Who’s on Third?, by Llyn Foulkes, 1971–73. Part of the artist’s retrospective, Llyn Foulkes, at the New Museum. Opens today, on the Lower East Side. This is a bangin’ show, people. Go see it. And listen to my NPR profile of Foulkes while you’re at it. Or, better yet, if you want to see the artist in person, he is giving a talk on Thursday at 7:30pm. (Courtesy John Jones Collection and the New Museum.)
L.A.: at the Hammer Museum. Opens Saturday, in Westwood. Richard Artschwager!
NYC: , at El Museo del Barrio. Opens today, in East Harlem. Bienal 2013: This is Where We Jump
NYC: , at the Museum of Modern Art. Opens Saturday. Le Corbusier: An Atlas of Modern Landscapes
NYC: , at the Society of Illustrators. Through August 17, on the Upper East Side. Maurice Sendak: A Celebration of the Artist and His Work
NYC: Pancho Westendarp, Victoria Burge and Tom Kotik, , at Robert Henry Ceontemporary. Opens Thursday, in Bushwick. Time Times Three
NYC: Lorna Mills, , at Transfer Gallery. Opens Friday at 7pm, in Bushwick. The Axis of Something
Pittsburgh: Genesis Breyer P-Orridge, , at the Warhol Museum. Opens Saturday. S/HE IS HER/E
Northampton, Mass.: , at the Smith College Museum of Art. Opens Friday. Summer of Love: Psychedelic Posters from SCMA
Berlin: Clemens Behr, , at Gestalten. Opens Thursday at 6pm. Splitter
First AIDS Memorial Service, 13 June 1983, by Lee Snider. Part of the exhibit AIDS in New York: The First Five Years, at the New-York Historical Society. Opens Friday, on the Upper West Side. (Image courtesy of the artist and the NYHS.)
NYC: , at Cavin Morris Gallery. Through June 29, in Chelsea. Restless II — Mix
NYC: Bruce Davidson, , 1961-65. Opens today, in Midtown. Time of Change: Civil Rights Photographs
NYC: , at Medialia Gallery. Opens this Saturday at 3pm, in Chelsea. In My Hair: A Group Show
Miami: , at the Spear Building. Opening reception this Saturday at 7pm, in the Design District. DIRT Yuta Suelo Udongo Tè
Santa Fe: Marco Brambiglia, , at SITE Santa Fe’s SITElab 1. Opens Saturday. Megaplex
L.A.: , at Blum & Poe. Opens today, in Culver City. Julian Hoeber
L.A.: Florian Morlat, , at Cherry and Martin. Opens today, in Culver City. Sticks and Stones, Part 2
L.A.: , at Control Room. Opens Saturday, in downtown. The Privilege Show
S.F.: , at Mark Wolfe Contemporary Art. Through June 28. Selfless
A still from Priapus Agonistes, by Mary Reid Kelly, at Susanne Vielmetter Projects in Culver City. Opens Saturday at 6pm. (Image courtesy of the artist and Susanne Vielmetter.)
Williams, Mass.: Jason Middlebrook and Joseph Montgomery at MASS MoCA. Through April 7, 2014.
NYC: , at Bitforms. Opens Thursday at 6pm. Plus: A curator-led tour with A.E. Benenson will take place on Thursday, June 27 at 5pm. Vanishing Point
NYC: , at the Metropolitan Museum. Through September 2. The Civil War and American Art
NYC: , at Storefront Bushwick. Opens Thursday, in Bushwick. Patrick Berran and Jack Henry
NYC: , at the Bronx Museum. This Friday at 6:30pm. (RSVP required.) A Puerto Rican History Celebration in honor of the Young Lords
NYC: The Met’s European Paintings galleries have re-opened. Have at it, people!
Chicago: The Rapid Pulse Performance Art Festival, in various locations. Kicks off Friday with a talk by Wafaa Bilal, at the Defribillator Performance Art Gallery, and runs through June 10. (Tickets required for the vernissage with Bilal.)
L.A.: Joyce Pensato, , at the Santa Monica Museum of Art. Opens Friday at 7pm, in Santa Monica. I Killed Kenny
L.A.: Zero Down: A Performance Art Group Show and Open Studios, at 1019 West. This Saturday from 5-9pm, in Inglewood.
Mexico City: , at the Museo Universitaro Arte Contemporáneo at UNAM. Through July 28. Asco: Elite de lo oscuro
Marseille: , at the Musée de Art Contemporain (MAC). Through October 20. Le Pont
Bridget’s Bardot, 2009, a Ganzfeld space by James Turrell. Part of the artist’s solo exhibition James Turrell: A Retrospective, at the L.A. County Museum of Art. Opens Sunday. (Copyright James Turrell. Photo by Florian Holzherr.)
L.A.: A. Quincy Jones, Building for Better Living , at the Hammer Museum. Opens Thursday, in Westwood.
Sheboygan, Wisc.: Uncommon Ground , at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center . Through August 18.
Miami: Modern Meals: Remaking American Foods From Farm to Kitchen , at the Wolfsonian Museum. Through September 29, in Miami Beach.
NYC: Edward Hopper, Hopper Drawing , at the Whitney Museum. Opens Thursday.
NYC: Takuma Nakahira, Circulation: Date, Place, Events , at Yossi Milo Gallery. Opens Thursday at 6pm, in Chelsea.
NYC: Jogging: Soon , an exhibition at Still House. Opens Friday at 6pm, in Red Hook.
NYC: Lee Arnold, Rick Caruso, Christina Kelly and Michael Krondle, Natural Selection , at Trestle Gallery. Opens Friday, in Gowanus.
Milan: Mike Kelley: Eternity is a Long Time , at HangarBicocca. Opens today.
A petroglyph of the Gemini Capsule, by Kevin Sudeith. Part of the artist’s solo exhibit, Modern Petroglyphs, at 308@156 Project Artspace. Opens Thursday at 7pm, in the Flatiron District. (Image courtesy of the artist. Plus: see my WNYC profile of Sudeith from last year.)
NYC: Lorna Williams, , at Dodge Gallery. Opens Saturday, on the Lower East Side. Appositions: Still/Birth/Shit
NYC: Maria E. Piñeres, , at DCKT Contemporary. Opens Wednesday, on the Lower East Side. Playland
NYC: , at Eyebeam. Opens Thursday in Chelsea. video_dumbo
NYC: , at MediaNoche. Opens Friday at 6pm, in East Harlem. B&W — Two Photographers: Maximo Colon and Elisa Perea
NYC: Ralph Fasanella, , at Andrew Edlin Gallery. Through June 22, in Chelsea. A More Perfect Union
NYC: , at Callicoon Fine Arts. Opens Sunday at 6pm. To The Friends Who Saved My Life: Moyra Davey, Hervé Guibert, Heinz Peter-Knes, Jason Simon, Danh Vo, Francesca Woodman, Rona Yefman
NYC: , at The Cloisters Museum & Gardens. Opens today. Search for the Unicorn: An exhibition in honor of the Cloisters 75th Anniversary
NYC: , and Land Marks: An exhibition of earthworks artists , on the roof, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Through November 3. Imran Qureshi
Chicago: , and Theaster Gates: 13th Ballad , at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago. Opens Thursday. Think First, Shoot Later: Photography from the MCA Collection
New Orleans: Pat Steir, , at Newcomb Art Gallery. Through June 16. Endless Line and Self Portrait
S.F.: Andy Vogt, , at Eli Ridgway Gallery. Through June 22nd. Submerged on the Surface
L.A.: Mark Verabioff, , a performance, at Night Gallery. This Saturday from 9pm-12am, in downtown L.A. Breakdown
L.A.: Antonia Wright, Be, Marisol Rendón, So Dragons do Exists?, and Hugo Crosthwaite, Studies for CARPAS, at Luis de Jesus Gallery. Opens Saturday at 6pm in Culver City.
L.A.: , with Einer and Jamex de la Torre, Harry Gamboa Jr., Shizu Saldamando and John Valadez, at Koplin del Rio Gallery. Opens Saturday at 6pm, in Culver City. Artifex
L.A.: , at ForYourArt. Opens Saturday at 4pm in Mid-Wilshire. John Baldessari: Crowds
L.A.: Channa Horwitz, , at François Ghebaly Gallery. Through June 8, in Culver City. Orange Grid
Saw Over Want, 1980-82, by Carolee Schneeman. Part of the artist’s solo exhibition Flange 6rpm, at PPOW Gallery. Opens Thursday, in Chelsea. (Image courtesy of the artist and PPOW.)
NYC: , at the Morgan Library. Opens Friday, in Midtown. Matthew Barney: Subliming the Vessel
NYC: , at the Guggenheim Museum. Opens Friday. New Harmony: Abstraction between the Wars, 1919-1939
NYC: , at the Jewish Museum. Opens Friday, on the Upper East Side. Jack Goldstein x 10,000
NYC: , and Dennis Hopper: The Lost Album , at Gagosian Gallery on Madison Avenue. Through June 22, on the Upper East Side. Cecily Brown
NYC: , at Gladstone Gallery on 21st Street. Opens Saturday, in Chelsea. Ugo Rondinone
NYC: , at Paula Cooper Gallery. Through June 22, in Chelsea. Bruce Conner
NYC: Los Carpinteros, , at Sean Kelly Gallery. Opens Saturday, in Chelsea. Irreversible
NYC: , curated by Clarissa Dalrymple, at C24. Through June 22, in Chelsea. Extravagant Features
NYC: , at the Aperture Foundation Gallery. Through July 3, in Chelsea. Martin Parr: Life’s a Beach
NYC: , at Howard Greenberg Gallery. Opens Thursday, in Midtown. Scenes from the South 1936-2012
NYC: , at Third Streaming. Through August 15, in SoHo. Matthew Jensen: Local Expeditions
NYC: , at Pocket Utopia. Opens Saturday, on the Lower East Side. Richard Tuttle: The Reinhart Projects
L.A.: Florian Morlat, , at Cherry and Martin. Through June 1, in Culver City. Sticks and Stones
A painting by Zak Smith. From the artist’s solo exhibit, Maximum Everything Always, at Fredericks & Freiser in New York. Opens Thursday, in Chelsea. (Image courtesy of the artist and Fredericks & Freiser.)
NYC: , at the Whitney Museum. Through September 1st. (This show is totally bangin’. GO SEE IT.) I, YOU, WE
NYC: , at Gagosian Gallery on 21st Street. Through June 8, in Chelsea. Anselm Kiefer: The Morgenthau Project
NYC: , a group show with Debra Bermingham, Michael Cline, Siobhan McBride, and Dushko Petrovich, at DC Moore Gallery. Opens Thursday, in Chelsea. Nearby
NYC: James Esber, , at Pierogi. Through May 26, in Williamsburg. Fourteen Drawings and One Painting Perpetually Shown
NYC: Kim Dorland, , at Mike Weiss Gallery. Opens Thursday, in Chelsea. Ghosts of You and Me
NYC: Garrett Pruter, , at Charles Bank Gallery. Through May 26, on the Lower East Side. Interiors
NYC: Sofia Maldonado, , at Magnan Metz. Through June 1, in Chelsea. Into Gray
NYC: , part of the Ideas City Festival, at Old School. This Friday from 11am-5pm, in SoHo. The Vibrant Future of the Creative Economy: Real World Value and Arts Thinking
St. Louis: , at the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis. Through Sunday. Bad at Sports
Portland, Ore.: at Ampersand Gallery. Through May 26. Tools Folds Flight
L.A.: William Powhida, , at Charlie James Gallery. Through June 8, in Chinatown. Bill by Bill
Pasadena: , at the Norton Simon Museum. Through January 6. Beyond Brancusi: The Space of Sculpture
Only the best art video…ever. (Via Hyperallergic.)
L.A.: , with DJ Toy Selectah and Josh Kun, at the Santa Monica Museum of Art. This Thursday at 7pm, in Santa Monica. Crossfader: Listening like a Sonidero
L.A.: , a 24-hour performance installation with Dawn Kasper, held at ForYourArt, during the 24-hour screening of Christian Marclay’s The Clock, at LACMA (righ across the street.) This Saturday starting at noon, in Mid-Wilshire. Donuts and Clocks
L.A.: William Powhida, , at Charlie James Gallery. Opens this Saturday at 7pm, in Chinatown. Bill by Bill
L.A.: , at Night Gallery. Opens this Saturday at 7pm, in downtown. David Korty
Chicago: , by the Young Jean Lee Theater Company, at MCA Chicago. Opens Thursday. Buy tickets in advance. Untitled Feminist Show
NYC: Sarah Halpern, , at Microscope. Opens Saturday at 6pm, in Bushwick. Paper Plexus
NYC: , at the Studio Museum in Harlem. This Sunday from 1-6pm. Artists-in-Residence Open Studios
Water Mill, N.Y.: , at the Parrish Museum (in partnership with the Grey Art Gallery at NYU). Opens Sunday, in the Hamptons. Alice Aycock Drawings: Some Stories are Worth Repeating
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