Must-See Art Guide: New York

This week's guide features Bill Hayes, Miya Ando, Anri Sala, and more.

Bill Hayes, Star Tattoos (2015). Courtesy of Steven Kasher Gallery.

Are you ready for Armory week? Ready or not, here it is: You’ve got NADA, you’ve got VOLTA, you’ve got SCOPE, and last but certainly not least, you’ve got the Armory Show. That’s a lot! If you want help navigating it all, we’ve got you covered with our comprehensive go-to guide of the fairs.

But art was not meant to live in art fairs alone. So pull on your snow and/or rain boots, and get traipsing out to New York’s local galleries to find out what else is going on out there.

Get in the city spirit by heading to Steven Kasher Gallery in Chelsea to see the work of photographer Bill Hayes. In his latest exhibition titled “How New York Breaks Your Heart,” the artist has captured a broad swath of the city’s residents in strikingly intimate portraits. Then, you might want to check out nearby Cristin Tierney Gallery for “Hard Edge,” a group exhibition exploring the legacy of hard-edge abstraction and how it functions in the current critical discourse—the show is full of bold and interesting painters that I’m interested in getting know better. We also suggest making at stop at Paul Kasmin Gallery for the debut solo presentation of artist Robert Polidori, who documents religious frescoes in Florence through dynamically cropped large-scale photographs.

Hopefully the latest Nor’easter hasn’t damped your art-seeing ambitions too much. Find artnet’s full list of picks below, and happy Armory Week 2018!

Exhibition:Bill Hayes: How New York Breaks Your Heart
When:
 February 15–March 17
Where:
Steven Kasher Gallery, 515 W. 26th Street Floor 2, New York, NY

Frank Thiel, Gabriela León Greenup, La Habana, Cerro, Latinoamericano (Carraguao) (2016). Courtesy of Sean Kelly Gallery.

Exhibition:FRANK THIEL 15 [QUINCE]
When:
February 10–March 17, 2018
Where:
Sean Kelly Gallery, 475 10th Avenue, New York, NY

Emily Nelligan, View Between the Islands (1982). Courtesy of Alexandre Gallery.

Exhibition:Emily Nelligan: Cranberry Island Drawings
When:
February 10–March 24, 2018
Where:
Alexandre Gallery, 724 5th Avenue, 4th Floor, New York, NY

Marina Pinksky, Pine Tree Flag 1 (2017). Courtesy of 303 Gallery.

Exhibition:MARINA PINSKY
When:
February 22–March 31, 2018
Where:
303 Gallery, 555 W. 21st Street, New York, NY

Murray Fredericks, Mirror 16 (2017). Courtesy of Robert Mann Gallery.

Exhibition:Vanity
When:
February 1–April 7, 2018
Where:
Robert Mann Gallery, 525 W. 26th Street, New York, NY

Elise Fetguson, Racer (2018). Courtesy of Cristin Tierney Gallery.

Exhibition:Hard Edges
When:
March 2–April 7, 2018
Where:
Cristin Tierney Gallery, 540 W. 28th Street, New York, NY

Platz, Threshold I (2016). Courtesy of Praxis.

Exhibition:Platz: Saturn
When:
March 1–April 14, 2018
Where:
Praxis, 501 W. 20th Street, New York, NY

Miya Ando, November Cloud 5 (2016). Courtesy of Sundaram Tagore Gallery.

­Exhibition:Miya Ando
When:
March 2–April 14, 2018
Where:
Sundaram Tagore Gallery, 547 W. 27th Street, New York, NY

Anri Sala, If and Only If (2018). Courtesy of Marian Goodman Gallery.

Exhibition:Anri Sala
When:
March 2–April 14, 2018
Where:
Marian Goodman Gallery, 24 W. 57th Street, New York, NY

Suki Seokyeong Kang, Black Under Colored Moon (2015). Courtesy of Tina Kim Gallery.

Exhibition:Suki Seokyeong Kang: Jeong
When:
February 28–April 7, 2018
Where:
Tina Kim Gallery, 525 West 21st Street, New York, NY

Marjan Teeuwen, Archive 6 (2012). Courtesy of Bruce Silverstein.

Exhibition:Marjan Teeuwen: Destroyed House
When:
February 8–April 14, 2018
Where:
Bruce Silverstein, 529 W. 20th Street, New York, NY

Robert Polidori, Crucifixion with the Virgin and Sts Cosmas, John the Evangelist and Peter Martyr by Fra Angelico (2010). Courtesy of Paul Kasmin Gallery.

Exhibition:ROBERT POLIDORI
When:
March 8–April 14, 2018
Where:
Paul Kasmin Gallery, 297 10th Avenue, New York, NY

 


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