Art In America

“Lonely Girl”

at Martos,
540 W. 29th St.

 

"Lonely Girl," a group show of seven net-savvy female artists under 30, takes its name from Lonelygirl15, a vlog-turned-fictional narrative from the early days of YouTube. The show ends this weekend, so this is your last chance to see how artists who work primarily on the Internet materialize their projects in a gallery space. The closing reception on Friday features performances from artists Hannah Choi and Labanna Babalon, as well as something called Grill Jazz Massagers.

 

More from the Lookout

Florine Stettheimer

at the Jewish Museum,
through Sept. 24
1109 5th Avenue

“Body, Self, Society: Chinese Performance Photography of the 1990s”

at the Walther Collection Project Space,
through Aug. 19
526 West 26th Street, Suite 718

Closing

Roni Horn

at Hauser & Wirth,
through Jul. 29
548 West 22nd Street

Henri Cartier-Bresson

at the Rubin Museum of Art,
through Sept. 4
150 West 17th Street

“Self-Interned, 1942: Noguchi in Poston War Relocation Center”

at the Isamu Noguchi Museum,
through Jan. 7
9-01 33rd Road, Long Island City

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