Art In America

“Hooray for Hollywood!”

at Pavel Zoubok and Mixed Greens,
531 W. 26th St.

 

Two galleries, one atop the other, have combined forces to present this 50-artist tribute to legendary New York dealer and collector Holly Solomon (1934-2002). For over 30 years, the onetime "Pop princess" (Warhol, Lichtenstein, Rauschenberg and many others made portraits of her) exercised an eclectic taste that ranged from the Pattern and Decoration movement to Joseph Kosuth, from Gordon Matta-Clark to Mary Heilmann, from Douglas Huebler to Nam June Paik.

 

More from the Lookout

Closing

Ian Pedigo

at Klaus Von Nichtssagend Gallery,
through Apr. 20
54 Ludlow St.

Radamés “Juni” Figueroa

at SculptureCenter,
through May 12
44-19 Purves St., Long Island City, Queens

Closing

Jules Olitski

at Paul Kasmin Gallery,
through Apr. 19
293 Tenth Ave.

“Simple Life Is Interesting!”

at Klein Sun Gallery,
through May 3
525 West 22nd St.

Closing

Ben Gocker

at PPOW,
through Apr. 19
535 W. 23rd St.

Julião Sarmento

at Sean Kelly,
through May 3
475 Tenth Ave.

Christoph Schlingensief

at MoMA PS1,
through Aug. 31
22-25 Jackson Ave., Queens

Closing

George Nakashima

at Untitled,
through Apr. 20
30 Orchard St.

Sam Pulitzer

at Artists Space,
through May 18
38 Greene St.

Closing

Strauss Bourque-LaFrance, Caitlin Keogh, Pam Lins, Sean Raspet

at Rachel Uffner,
through Apr. 20
170 Suffolk St.

Closing

Rudolf Stingel

at Gagosian,
through Apr. 19
522 W 21st St.

Martin Kippenberger

at Skarstedt Gallery,
through Apr. 26
20 E 79th St.

Closing

“Ileana Sonnabend: Ambassador for the New”

at Museum of Modern Art,
through Apr. 21
11 West 53rd St.

Heidi Bucher

at Swiss Institute,
through May 11
18 Wooster St.

William Kentridge: The Refusal of Time

at Metropolitan Museum of Art,
through May 11
1000 Fifth Avenue

Michelangelo Pistoletto

at Luhring Augustine Bushwick,
through May 3
25 Knickerbocker Ave., Brooklyn

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