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AO Preview – Miami: Art Basel Miami Beach and Miami Art Week, November 29th – December 3rd, 2022

Nairy Baghramian, Coude à Coude (2019), via Marian Goodman With the conclusion of another year, the art world has once again turned its attention to the bustling Miami cityscape for another year of of the Art Basel fair franchise on the tip of the Florida peninsula.  Bringing together the global art community for a week of fairs, exhibitions […]... | Read More

AO Preview – Miami: Art Basel Miami Beach and Miami Art Week, November 29th – December 3rd, 2022

Nairy Baghramian, Coude à Coude (2019), via Marian Goodman With the conclusion of another year, the art world has once again turned its attention to the bustling Miami cityscape for another year of of the Art Basel fair franchise on the tip of the Florida peninsula.  Bringing together the global art community for a week of fairs, exhibitions […]... | Read More

New York – Betty Woodman: “Conversations on the Shore, Works from the 1990’s” at David Kordansky Through December 17th, 2022

Betty Woodman, Athens (1991), via David Kordansky On this month at David Kordansky Gallery’s New York exhibition space, Betty Woodman: Conversations on the Shore, Works from the 1990s, strings together a body of works that underscore the artist’s significant contributions and reinventions of ceramic art during the last decade of the 20th Century. The show, which marks the... | Read More

New York – Anselm Kiefer: “EXODUS” at Gagosian Through December 23rd, 2022

Anselm Kiefer, des Malers Atelier (The Painter’s Studio) (2021), via Gagosian Marking a new entry in an enduringly challenging and iconic body of work, Anselm Kiefer has opening a show of works at Gagosian in New York, continuing his work in monumental canvases that blend commanding landscapes and structures with a wide range of other materials including terra-cotta, […]... | Read More

New York – Jonathan Monk: “These Paintings Should” at Casey Kaplan Through January 7th, 2023

Jonathan Monk, This Painting (Schnabel) (2022), via Casey Kaplan Continuing a particular and often challenging brand of conceptualism in the act of painting, artist Jonathan Monk opens a new show at Casey Kaplan this month, brought forth under the title These Paintings Should.  Exhibiting a striking brand of wistful thinking, the exhibition is comprised of a collection of twelve... | Read More

New York – Jonathan Monk: “These Paintings Should” at Casey Kaplan Through January 7th, 2023

Jonathan Monk, This Painting (Schnabel) (2022), via Casey Kaplan Continuing a particular and often challenging brand of conceptualism in the act of painting, artist Jonathan Monk opens a new show at Casey Kaplan this month, brought forth under the title These Paintings Should.  Exhibiting a striking brand of wistful thinking, the exhibition is comprised of a collection of twelve... | Read More

New York – Sonia Gomes: “O mais profundo é a pele (Skin is the deepest part)” at Pace Through December 17th, 2022

Sonia Gomes, Coroa de reis (2022), via Pace On view this month in New York, and marking the first-ever solo show by the artist in the city, Pace Gallery opens a show of works by Sonia Gomes. Gomes, who is known for her use of textiles and everyday materials in her complex assemblages, brings physicality […]... | Read More

New York – Tunji Adeniyi-Jones: “Emergent Properties” at Nicelle Beauchene Gallery Through November 23rd, 2022

Tunji Adeniyi- Jones, Triple Dive Orange (2022), all images via Nicelle Beauchene On view this month in New York, painter Tunji Adeniyi-Jones presents his third exhibition with Nicelle Beauchene Gallery, a show titled Emergent Properties that continues and expands on the artist’s long-standing interest in printmaking—particularly lithography and monotype work—as a formal and... | Read More

New York – Issy Wood: “Time Sensitive” at Michael Werner Through November 19th, 2022

Issy Wood, My Consequences (2022), via Michael Werner Painter Issy Wood mines a complex visual lexicon throughout her work, walking a fine line between pop observations and meticulous studies of form and space that make her canvases instantly compelling and intricate in their gathered meanings and constructions. The artist’s work continues in this vein this month […]... | Read More

New York – Firelei Báez: “Americananana” at James Cohan Through December 21st, 2022

Firelai Baez, Fruta Fina, Fruta Estrańa (Lee Monument) (2022), via James Cohan For painter Firelei Báez, abstraction takes it cues form alchemy; gesture and material commingling in the artist’s hands in order to realize new spaces, new forms, and new ways to see the world. Incorporating this concept into senses of the body and of the world, her works tug at the notions of... | Read More
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