Art In America

"The Lure of Paris"

at Loretta Howard,

525 W 26th St

Forget An American in Paris. In the 1950s, the streets of the French capital saw more political demonstrators than dancing U.S. expatriates. Yet the city's mix of established culture, an active avant-garde, racial and sexual tolerance, café society and humanist concerns attracted many American artists. Curator and critic Saul Ostrow presents work from 17 painters and sculptors, including Norman Bluhm, Shirley Jaffe, Jules Olitski and Jack Youngerman. 

More from the Lookout

Alice Neel

at David Zwirner,
through Apr. 18
537 West 20th Street

“Work Hard: Selections by Valentin Carron”

at Swiss Institute,
through May 24
18 Wooster Street

Closing

Alisa Baremboym

at 47 Canal,
through Apr. 4
291 Grand Street, second floor

Ann Agee

at P.P.O.W,
through Apr. 18
535 West 22nd Street, third floor

Tony Conrad, Senga Nengudi, Toshiko Takaezu

at Essex Street,
through Apr. 26
114 Eldridge Street

“Irreverent: A Celebration of Censorship”

at Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art,
through May 3
26 Wooster Street

Nick Mauss

at 303 Gallery,
through Apr. 11
507 West 24th Street

Ryan Trecartin and Lizzie Fitch

at Andrea Rosen Gallery,
through Apr. 25
525 West 24th Street

Closing

Glenn Goldberg

at Betty Cuningham,
through Apr. 4
15 Rivington Street

Closing

“The Left Front: Radical Art in the ‘Red Decade,’ 1929-1940”

at Grey Art Gallery, NYU ,
through Apr. 4
100 Washington Square East

Closing

Lynn Hershman Leeson

at Bridget Donahue,
through Apr. 5
99 Bowery, 2nd floor

New Museum Triennial

at New Museum,
through May 24
235 Bowery

Closing

The Forever Now: Contemporary Painting in an Atemporal World

at Museum of Modern Art,
through Apr. 5
11 W. 53rd St.

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