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7 New York Art Openings* to catch in January

7 New York Art Openings you should catch this month *actually it’s six with one show that’s already opened at the end of this list that sounded super interesting and is on into March – Enjoy

1 Felix Gonzalez-Torres: David Zwirner

An exhibition of works by Felix Gonzalez-Torres spanning DZ’s 519, 525, and 533 West 19th Street spaces in New York will feature four major installations—two of which have never been realized in the manner envisioned by Gonzalez-Torres before his untimely death in 1996. This will be the second solo exhibition of Gonzalez-Torres’s work at David Zwirner since the announcement that the gallery would join Andrea Rosen Gallery in co-representing the artist’s estate. Felix Gonzalez-Torres: Art Opening January 12th 6- 8PM through —February 25th, 2023, David Zwirner 519, 525 & 533 West 19th Street, New York MORE

2  Y.Z. Kami Night and Day : Gagosian

Y.Z. Kami Messenger
Y.Z. Kami Messenger IV, 2022 Oil on linen 90 x 54 inches 228.6 x 137.2 cm © Y.Z. Kami Photo: Rob McKeever Courtesy Gagosian

An exhibition of new paintings by Y.Z. Kami opening at Gagosian, this will be the artist’s first solo exhibition in New York since 2014. Art Opening January 17th 6–8pm through–February 25th, 2023, Gagosian, 555 West 24th Street, New York MORE

3 Phyllis Stephens: The Movement of Material: Almine Rech

An exhibition of tapestries by Phyllis Stephens. This is Stephens’ first solo exhibition with the gallery. Stephens has exhibited with the gallery in three group exhibitions, Painting Someone in Shanghai, Un Hiver à Paris, in Paris and the August Presentation in Aspen. Art Opening on Thursday January 12th, from 6 pm to 8 pm through — February 25th, 2023 Almine Rech New York MORE

4 Myrlande Constant: Drapo: Fort Gansevoort

Myrlande Constant, Tout Ko Feray se dlee, 2022, Beads, sequins, and tassels on fabric, 56.5 x 65 inches. ©Myrlande Constant. Courtesy of the artist and Fort Gansevoort.

Haitian artist Myrlande Constant exhibition “Drapo” is their first solo exhibition at the gallery Myrlande has attracted international attention for dazzling handbeaded and sequin-embroidered textile works in which heritage techniques are used to mingle contemporary and traditional themes. January 11, 2023 – March 11, 2023, Fort Gansevoort New York MORE

5 Hans Hartung REVENGE : Perrotin

Hans HartungT1975-H25, 1975
Hans Hartung T1975-H25, 1975 Acrylic on canvas Non encadré | Unframed : 102 x 130 cm | 40 3/16 x 51 3/16 inch Unique Courtesy Perrotin

An exhibition of paintings by Hans Hartung, pioneer of art informel. The show will take over all three
floors of Perrotin’s New York space with works from the 1970s, a seminal period for the artist marked by experimentation with tools, shapes and colors. Titled Revenge, the exhibition seeks to redress Hartung’s 1975 exhibition at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, which left the German-French painter woefully underappreciated in the United States. Opening on January 13, Revenge will recreate a section of the Met exhibition with paintings that were on view in 1975 Art Opening on Friday January 13th, 4 — 8pm through — February 18th, 2023, Perrotin 130 Orchard Street New York MORE

6 CY Twombly : Gagosian

Cy Twombly, Untitled
Cy Twombly, Untitled (Winter Picture), 2004 Acrylic on plywood panel, in artist’s frame, 98 ? × 69 ¾ × 2 ¾ inches (251 × 177 × 7 cm) © Cy Twombly Foundation

An exhibition of paintings, sculptures, and works on paper by Cy Twombly, organized in association with the Cy Twombly Foundation. Opening on January 20 across two floors of the gallery at 980 Madison Avenue, the exhibition gathers art produced in the final decade of Twombly’s life. Art Opening on Friday, January 20th, 6–8pm through –March 4th, 2023, Gagosian 980 Madison Avenue, New York MORE

7 Macho: Representing Masculinity : Another Space

Macho Representing Masculinity, Another Space Install shot

A group show that explores constructs of the masculine code. The exhibition is conceived as a sequel to ANOTHER SPACE’s 2018 presentation of The Second Sex, a selection of works from the Estrellita B. Brodsky Collection that examined radical and feminist art practices in Latin America. Macho Representing Masculinity Through – April 1st, 2023, Another Space MORE



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