“Geometrics: Waves, Roads, etc.,” Mary Heilmann’s upcoming show at 303 Gallery, will feature paintings on both canvas and
handmade paper, glazed ceramics, and
furniture sculptures. Opening is Thursday, November 5, 2015. Read more.
Goodbye line: Brice Marden returns to the monochrome in a series of paintings inspired by Chinese steles � monumental stone slabs carved with religious inscriptions dating back to AD 800 (image above). His show opens Friday, November 6, at Matthew Marks. Read more.
Briget Riley’s first show at Zwirner opens on Thursday, November 5 and features work from the past 35 years. She hasn’t had a show in New York since 2007. Read more.
Loie Hollowell’s first solo exhibition opens at 106 Green on Saturday, November 7, 2015. Read more.
Last chance: Michael Krebber is at Greene Naftali through November 7. Here’s the statement for the show:
So, Greene Naftali.
Yes. New York City.
Yes. The Beauty and the Beast.
Yes. Safe trip.
Thanks. You Too.
For more exhibition and opening information, check out the listings at ArtCritical and ArtForum’s ArtGuide.
Michael Krebber update
Everybody hearts painting, 4eva
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