Nail salon landscape. (Photo by C-M.)
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: Restless II — Mix, at Cavin Morris Gallery. Through June 29, in Chelsea.
- NYC: Bruce Davidson, Time of Change: Civil Rights Photographs, 1961-65. Opens today, in Midtown.
- NYC: In My Hair: A Group Show, at Medialia Gallery. Opens this Saturday at 3pm, in Chelsea.
- Miami: DIRT Yuta Suelo Udongo Tè, at the Spear Building. Opening reception this Saturday at 7pm, in the Design District.
- Santa Fe: Marco Brambiglia, Megaplex, at SITE Santa Fe’s SITElab 1. Opens Saturday.
- L.A.: Julian Hoeber, at Blum & Poe. Opens today, in Culver City.
- L.A.: Florian Morlat, Sticks and Stones, Part 2, at Cherry and Martin. Opens today, in Culver City.
- L.A.: The Privilege Show, at Control Room. Opens Saturday, in downtown.
- S.F.: Selfless, at Mark Wolfe Contemporary Art. Through June 28.
You’ve got until June 9 to see Cuban sculptor Alexandre Arrechea’s No Limits on Park Avenue in Manhattan. More deets here.
…where I’m discussing one of my favorite topics: whether photography should be allowed in museums. And yes, that’s me above, shooting through Teresita Fernandez’s 2005 sculpture Fire at SFMOMA.
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: Matthew Barney: Subliming the Vessel, at the Morgan Library. Opens Friday, in Midtown.
- NYC: New Harmony: Abstraction between the Wars, 1919-1939, at the Guggenheim Museum. Opens Friday.
- NYC: Jack Goldstein x 10,000, at the Jewish Museum. Opens Friday, on the Upper East Side.
- NYC: Dennis Hopper: The Lost Album, and Cecily Brown, at Gagosian Gallery on Madison Avenue. Through June 22, on the Upper East Side.
- NYC: Ugo Rondinone, at Gladstone Gallery on 21st Street. Opens Saturday, in Chelsea.
- NYC: Bruce Conner, at Paula Cooper Gallery. Through June 22, in Chelsea.
- NYC: Los Carpinteros, Irreversible, at Sean Kelly Gallery. Opens Saturday, in Chelsea.
- NYC: Extravagant Features, curated by Clarissa Dalrymple, at C24. Through June 22, in Chelsea.
- NYC: Martin Parr: Life’s a Beach, at the Aperture Foundation Gallery. Through July 3, in Chelsea.
- NYC: Scenes from the South 1936-2012, at Howard Greenberg Gallery. Opens Thursday, in Midtown.
- NYC: Matthew Jensen: Local Expeditions, at Third Streaming. Through August 15, in SoHo.
- NYC: Richard Tuttle: The Reinhart Projects, at Pocket Utopia. Opens Saturday, on the Lower East Side.
- L.A.: Florian Morlat, Sticks and Stones, at Cherry and Martin. Through June 1, in Culver City.
Man in a Traditional Minobashi Raincoat, Niigata Prefecture, 1956, by Hiroshi Hamaya. Part of the exhibit Japan’s Modern Divide: The Photographs of Hiroshi Hamaya and Kansuke Yamamoto, at the Getty Museum. Through August 25, in West L.A. (Courtesy of the Getty.)
- L.A.: Trisha Brown: Floor of the Forest, at the Hammer Museum. Starts Saturday, in Westwood. These sculptural dance performances look like they’re gonna be all kinds of crazy-pants. Be sure to check the website for dates and times.
- L.A.: Fritz Haeg, Domestic Integrities, at Human Resources. Through April 4, in Chinatown.
- L.A.: In Case We Don’t Die, at the Torrance Art Museum. Opens Saturday, in Torrance.
- L.A.: A screening of La Dérive by Paula Delsol, at Public Fiction. This Friday at 7pm, in Highland Park.
- Minneapolis: Mo/Re Re/Al: Art in the Age of Truthiness, at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts. Through June 9.
- Raleigh, N.C.: The Experience of Time in Contemporary Art, at the North Carolina Museum of Art. Through August 11.
- NYC: David Hartt: Stray Light, at the Studio Museum. Opens Thursday, in Harlem.
- NYC: Daido Moriyama: Now and Now, at Steven Kasher Gallery. Opens Thursday at 6pm.
- NYC: Benny Andrews: There Must Be a Heaven, at Michael Rosenfeld Galelry. Through May 18, in Chelsea.
- NYC: F.A.T. Gold: Five Years of Free Art & Technology, at Eyebeam. Opens Monday at 7pm, in Chelsea.
- NYC: Thomas Ruff, photograms and ma.r.s., at David Zwirner. Opens Thursday, on 19th Street in Chelsea.
- NYC: Wayne Gonzales, at Paul Cooper Gallery. Opens Saturday, in Chelsea.
- NYC: Direct Address: An Inaugural Group Exhibition, at Joshua Liner. Through April 21st.
- NYC: Hooray for Gay: Pre-Stonewall Images From The Harry H. Weintraub Collection, at Boo-Hooray. Opens Saturday at 6pm.
- NYC: Dona Bailey, the creator of Atari’s Centipede, is giving a talk at the NYU-Poly Game Innovation Lab. Next Wednesday, April 3, at 7pm.
NASA, Echo I test inflation, Weeksville, NC, April 1960, by an unknown photographer. Part of Exhibition Space, organized by Greg Allen, at Apexart. Opens today at 6pm, in Tribeca. (Image courtesy of Allen.)
- L.A.: Vernon Fisher: The Long Road to Nowhere, at Mark Moore Gallery. Opens Saturday at 6pm, in Culver City.
- L.A.: Made in Space, at Night Gallery. Through April 15, in downtown.
- Los Angeles: California Scene Paintings from 1930 to 1960, at the Pasadena Museum of California Art. Through July 28, in Pasadena.
- NYC: David Diao, TMI, at Postmasters — the last show in their Chelsea space! Opens Saturday at 6pm, in Chelsea.
- NYC: B. Wurtz, at Metro Pictures. Opens Thursday at 6pm, in Chelsea.
- NYC: Julie Schenkelberg, Hearsay, at Asya Geisberg Gallery. Through April 20, in Chelsea.
- NYC: Susanna Heller, Phantom Pain, at Magnan Metz. Through April 20th, in Chelsea.
- NYC: Peter Alexander, New Resin Works, at Nyehaus. Through April 20, in Chelsea.
- NYC: LaToya Ruby Frazier, A Haunted Capital, at the Brooklyn Museum. Opens Friday.
- NYC: Chris Verene, The New Family Chapters, as well as photographs by Tom Sullens, at Valentine. Opens Friday at 6pm, in Ridgewood.
- NYC: Sarah Walker, Planet X, and Nadja Bournonville, A Conversion Act, at Pierogi. Opens Friday at 7pm.
- NYC: After the Museum: The Home Front 2013 and Against the Grain: Wood in Contemporary Art, Craft & Design, at the Museum of Arts & Design. Through June 9 and September 15, respectively, at Columbus Circle.
- Düsseldorf: Wolfgang Tillmans, at the Kunst Sammlung Nordrhein Westfalen. Through July 7.
- Online: Ciarán Walsh, They Echo in the Sublime Stillness of Infinity, at Light & Wire. Through April 14.
Ybor City, Florida (Mother with Brown Paper Bag), 1983, by Mitch Epstein. Part of the exhibit Everyday America: Photographs from the Berman Collection, at Steven Kasher Gallery. Opens Thursday, in Chelsea.
- L.A.: In the Good Name of the Company: An Exhibition of Artist Prints and Street Posters Produced by Colby Poster Printing Company, at ForYourArt. This Saturday at 6pm, in Mid-Wilshire.
- L.A.: Ends and Exits: Contemporary Art From the Collections of LACMA and the Broad Foundation, at LACMA. Opens Saturday, in Mid-Wilshire.
- L.A.: Catherine Opie, at Regen Projects. Opens Saturday at 6pm, in Hollywood.
- L.A.: Richard Prince, Cowboys, at Gagosian Gallery. Opens Thursday at 6pm, in Beverly Hills.
- L.A.: Art Shay: A Retrospective, at DRKRM. Opens Saturday at 7pm, in Chinatown.
- L.A.: Alejandro Cartagena, Car Poolers, at Kopeikin Gallery. Opens Saturday at 6pm, in Culvery City.
- L.A.: Susumu Koshimizu, at Blum & Poe. Opens Saturday at 6pm in Culver City.
- Chicago: Kara Walker: Rise Up Ye Mighty Race, at the Art Institute of Chicago. Opens Thursday.
- NYC: Painterly Pasted Pictures, collages by de Kooning, Frankenthaler, Kline, Schwitters and others, at Freedman Art. Opens Thursday, on the Upper East Side.
- NYC: Rebel Newsprint: The Underground Press, at Interference Archive. Opens Thursday at 7pm, in Gowanus.
- NYC: 101 Tragedies of Enrique Metinides, at Aperture Gallery and Bookstore. Opens today at 6pm, in Chelsea.
- NYC: Darkclouds, at Tender Trap. Opens tonight, in Williamsburg.
- NYC: Allyson Vieira, Cortège, at Laurel Gitlen Gallery. Opens Friday, on the Lower East Side.
- NYC: In Conversation: Acts of Resistance and Inclusion in African-American Art, a discussion panel, at the Brooklyn Museum. This Thursday, at 7pm.
- London: Light Show, at the Hawyard Gallery. Through April 28.