Isolated Mass/Circumflex, 1968 by Michael Heizer, a six-ton displacement of desert surface in Nevada. Part of the exhibit, Robert & Ethel Scull: Portrait of a Collection, at Acquavella Galleries in NYC, opening today. Read Fred Kaplan’s story on the Sculls in the NYT. (Image courtesy of Acquavella.)
- In L.A.: Finishing Touches: Conserving Wall Paintings and Other Architectural Surfaces with Rosa Lowinger, Frank Matera, Stephen Rickerby and Jeanne Marie Teutonico, Architectural Touches, at the Getty Center, this Wednesday at 7pm. Reservation required.
- In NYC: Moving Toward Utopia: What Kind of City Lies Ahead?, at Barnard College, this Wednesday at 6:30pm.
- In NYC: Mikael Kennedy, Shoot the Moon, Peter Hay Halper Fine Art, at the Chelsea Hotel, opens this Wednesday at 6pm.
- In NYC: Alexandre Arrechea, Elasticity, at Magnan Metz, opens Thursday. Artist reception on April 22 at 6pm.
- In NYC: A benefit for Carriage Trade, at 62 Walker in Tribeca, this Saturday at 6pm.
- In NYC: Hanna Liden, As Black as Your Hat, at Half Gallery on the Lower East Side, opens Friday.
- In NYC: Reuben Cox, Bagatelles, at Blackston Gallery on the Lower East Side, opens Sunday at 6pm. (Dear Blackston: Websites that automatically re-size my browser window make me want to commit random acts of violence on small mammals. Just sayin’.)
- In NYC: JMR: Of Clouds and Something Else, at the Mighty Tanaka Studio in Dumbo, opens this Friday at 6pm.
- In Northampton, Mass.: A Room of Their Own: The Bloomsbury Artists in American Collections at the Smith College Museum of Art, through April 3.