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Opens 10/21 Anna K.E. and Florian Meisenberg
Spare figurative painting plays a central role in the work of both artists featured in this show, both of whom frequently employ materials other than paint and canvas. More »
Opens 10/21 Carolee Schneemann: Further Evidence - Exhibits A
Encompassing five decades and two galleries, this double feature lays out performance-art pioneer Schneemann’s ideas on bodies and the forces that capture, contort, and control them. More »
Closes 10/22 Matthew Barney: Facility of Decline at Gladstone Gallery
Everyone&rsquo;s favorite occasional portrayer of mythical man-goats will have seminal '90s works like Blind Perineum on display. More »
Closes 10/22 Oscar Murillo: Through Patches of Corn, Wheat and Mud at David Zwirner
The Colombian wunderkind shows drawings, paintings, sculpture, and film. More »
Closes 10/22 Rashid Johnson: Fly Away
Johnson brings a beautiful brutality to materials; a hatchet man&rsquo;s sense of cutting to the core of what he&rsquo;s after. More »
Closes 10/23 Hayal Pozanti: Fuzzy Logic
This Turkish-born painter crafts large, enigmatic canvases with statistical titles that nod to their dense geometries. More »
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