Fall Preview: Don't Miss in New York PART THREE of THREE
The fall exhibition season begins in earnest this week and there are a number of great shows not to be missed ranging from established masters like Cy Twombly, showing recent sculptures at Gagosian uptown to emerging artists on the cutting edge. If you can’t see everything, here is a good sampling of programming excellence that is sure to please and provoke, presented starting downtown and working our way to the upper east side followed by a sample of great shows opening soon in San Francisco and Chicago.
Andrea Rosen Gallery. Ever since we visited his glass fabrication factory in Red Hook, we’ve been totally mesmerized by Josiah McElheny’s work and the intellectual framework within which it is conceived. His “Proposals for A Chromatic Modernism” promises excitement and intrigue. September 12th – October 17th. Andrea Rosen Gallery. 525 West 24th Street. (212) 627-6000.
Pace Wildenstein. The opticality of James Turrell has always fascinated and so we look forward to a new installation of large scale holograms at Pace Wildenstein. Opening September 10th through October 17th. 534 West 25th Street. (212) 929-7000.
Sean Kelly. Having been exposed to Julião Sarmento’s work at Documenta and several Biennales, we’re excited to see his upcoming show at Sean Kelly gallery. Featuring new works on paper and paintings as well as a 1976 film, the show will provide context for a career that now extends over 30 years. Sean’s upcoming program is also worthwhile noting: next up is Wolfgang Laib followed by new films from Anthony McColl. Opening September 17 through October 24th. 526 West 29th Street. (212) 239-1181.
Marian Goodman. Marian Goodman’s program reflects a long-term commitment to her artists. Jeff Wall’s new series of photographs will open September 22nd and run through October 30th. 24 West 57th Street. (212) 977-7160.
Gagosian. At Gagosian’s Madison Avenue outpost, don’t miss Cy Twombly’s installation of new bronze sculptures. September 15th through October 31th. 980 Madison Avenue. (212) 744-2313.
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