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This week we check out Thomas Heatherwick's slick furniture and architectural designs at Haunch of Venison, On Kawara's career-long dedication to documenting today's date at David Zwirner, and a cheerfully engaging group show at Joe Sheftel's recently opened Lower East Side gallery.
Three years after opening its first New York gallery, in an Upper East Side townhouse that previously housed the firm's private American office, Hauser & Wirth is extending its domain southward. Scheduled to open this fall, their massive new Chelsea space, on 18th Street near the West Side Highway, will be the gallery's seventh venue (joining three in London, two in Zurich--where it opened in 1992 in a former brewery--and the townhouse uptown).
This week we check out Thomas Scheibitz's blocky, collage-inspired compositions at Tanya Bonakdar, wander among Ross Knight's elegantly spare sculptures at Team, and discover Japanese model/curator Mie through the eyes of 35 artists, in a group portrait show at Freight + Volume.
This week we check out the mostly boat- and airplane-themed images that emerged from Malcolm Morley's foray into printmaking at Sue Scott, Joyce Pensato's wonderfully messy studio-in-a-gallery at Friedrich Petzel, and Nick Mauss's installation of folded and cut-out printed aluminum sculptures at 303.
This week we check out a powerful show of Italian Renaissance portraits at the Met, read through the decades-old psychological evaluations that make up Janet Malcolm's collages at Lori Bookstein, and get a first look at Joel Sternfeld's never-before-exhibited color photos from the 1970s at Luhring Augustine.
This week we check out George McNeil's robust abstractions at Ameringer McEnerny Yohe, appealingly ramshackle tentlike sculptures by Yorgos Sapountzis at Simone Subal, and Mel Bochner's experiments with photography at Peter Freeman.
This week we check out abstract paintings by elder stateswoman Sonia Gechtoff at Nyehaus, Enrico Castellani's monochrome reliefs and installations at Haunch of Venison, and Klara Kristalova's fantastical glazed ceramics at Lehmann Maupin.
This week we check out Suzanne McClelland's word paintings and wacky video installation at Sue Scott, Jim Hodges's glam disco-ball-and-mirror-heavy exhibition at both Gladstone Gallery locations, and Nan Goldin's sensory-overload photos at Matthew Marks.
This week we check out Richard Mosse's color-warping photos of war-torn Congo at Jack Shainman, Tom LaDuke's layered paintings and materially surprising sculptures at CRG and Joe Sola's humorously gruesome video at Blackston.
This week we check out Sarah Braman's architectural sculptures made from a chopped-up camper at Mitchell Innes & Nash, Tommy Hartung's eerie stop-motion film at On Stellar Rays and Paul McCarthy's predictably creepy take on Snow White at Hauser & Wirth.