My Jeff Koons’ sexy pictures write-up, along with plenty of artsy New York goodness, is now up at Gallerina. (Image courtesy the artist and Luxembourg & Dayan.)
- L.A.: Make: Craft, at Ben Maltz Gallery at Otis, through Dec. 4. (Wish I was in L.A. for this. As part of the show, they’re exhibiting knitted super hero suits.)
- Joshua Tree: Specific presents the Portland design studio Von Tundra at High Desert Test Sites, this Sat. from 11am-5pm. (Some events may require RSVP and payment. Check the website.)
- Philadelphia: Yevgeniy Fiks: Communist Conspiracy in Art Threatens American Museums, at the Tyler School of Art, at Temple University, through Nov. 6.
- NYC: Books in Focus: Leo Castelli and His Circle, a conversation between Castelli biographer Cannie Cohen-Solal and historian Robert Pincus-Witten, at the Jewish Museum, this Thursday at 6:30 pm.
- NYC: The 7th Annual Conflux Festival, at various spots around the East Village, kicks off Friday. If you’re at MoMA this weekend, be sure to check out Sander Veenhof and Mark Skwarek’s augmented reality app inside the museum. It’s debuting this Saturday as part of Conflux.
- NYC: Ink Plots, the Tradition of the Graphic Novel at SVA, at the school’s Visual Arts Gallery, opens this evening at 5:30pm.
- NYC: Dieter Roth and Bjorn Roth, Work Tables, at Hauser & Wirth, through Oct. 30.
- Toronto: Know Hope, There is Nothing Dear (There is Too Much Dear), and Graham Robinson, Strange Things Done in the Midnight Sun, at Show & Tell Gallery, opens today at 7pm.