Panel Discussion, by Dan McCleary. Part of the artist’s solo exhibit at Craig Krull Gallery in Los Angeles — through April 2. (Image courtesy of Krull.)
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- NYC: After the Gold Rush, Contemporary Photographs from the Collection, at the Met, opens today.
- NYC: Mike Stickrod and Pat Palermo, There’s a Place for Us, at Soloway in Brooklyn, opens Saturday at noon.
- NYC: Tim Rollins and K.O.S. at Lehmann Maupin, in Chelsea, opens Thursday at 6pm.
- NYC: Romare Bearden: Collage, at Michael Rosenfeld Gallery, opens Saturday.
- NYC: Dr. Lakra, at the Drawing Center, through April 24.
- NYC: Thornton Dial at Andrew Edlin Gallery, through April 30.
- NYC: The Days of This Society Are Numbers, at the Abrons Arts Center, through April 16.
- Annandale-on-Hudson: CLAP, featuring works from the collection at the Hessel Museum of Art at Bard College (in addition to a new piece by Tony Oursler), opens this Sunday at 1pm. A “language activation” event led by Carolee Schneeman will take place at 3pm.
- Minneapolis: The Spectacular of Vernacular, at the Walker Art Center, through May 8.
- L.A.: Chris Doyle, Waste_Generation, at Sam Lee Gallery, through April 9.
- L.A.: William Leavitt: Theater Objects, at the Museum of Contemporary Art, through July 3.
- San Diego: Streetwise: Masters of ‘60s Photography at the Museum of Photographic Arts, through May 15.
- Paris: Van Dongen: Fauve, Anarchiste et Mondain, at the Musée d’Art Moderne, opens Friday.