Sister Cool, 1974, by Dennis Morris. Part of the exhibit Becoming: Photographs from the Wedge Collection, exploring the depiction of African-Americans in photography, at the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University. Opens today. (Image courtesy of the Nasher.)
Pour des dents d’un blanc éclatant et saines, 2005, by Jeroen Diepenmaat. Part of the exhibit The Record: Contemporary Art and Vinyl, at the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University, opens Thursday. (Image courtesy of the Nasher.)
- NYC: A closing party for Tunneling, a group show, at Famous Accountants in Bushwick, this Saturday at 6pm.
- NYC: A Fraction of the Whole, street artist Elbow Toe discusses his art at the New York Public Library, mid-Manhattan branch, Wednesday at 6:30pm on the 6th floor.
- NYC: ACM, Mansaray, Rigo 23 and Stas Volyazlovsky, at Andrew Edlin Gallery, through Friday.
- Oakland: Mary V. Marsh: Everyone Needs a Story, at Mercury 20 Gallery, opens Thursday. Opening reception on Friday at 6pm; artists talk on Saturday at 2pm.
- L.A.: Mathias Merkel Hess, Anneta Kapon, Assemblage (Group Projects), Devils Tower LA, at Las Cienegas Projects, opens Saturday.
- Seattle: Erik Eley, Look Out, at Platform Gallery, opens Thursday.