3 Must See Art Shows In NYC This Week
1. Jason Loebs Cold Flow Creep, Essex Street
(May 4 - June 29)
Heat: an intensely felt physical phenomena yet almost impossible to artistically articulate. But Loebs manages to convey this elusive sensation in his new series at Essex Street gallery, which focuses on the experience and significance of heat.
(Via Essex Street)
2. Sterling Ruby Sunrise Sunset, Hauser & Wirth
(May 9 - July 25)
Ruby’s work has already made a name for the young artist in its ability to transverse boundaries of influence. Through an incredible variety of media, Ruby infuses the presence of sub-cultural phenomena to compose highly complicated, layered works. His new solo exhibition at Hauser & Wirth includes a major amount of the artist’s works, providing sincere insight into his career and creative process.
(Via Hauser & Wirth)
3. Camille Henrot The Restless Earth, newmuseum
(May 7 - June 29)
After her first US showing at our Salon with her last year, the French artist returns to the States for her museum debut. The exhibition showcases Henrot’s work, much of which is highly anthropological in its attempt to collect remnants of human behavior and culture.
(Via The New Museum)
Also keep an eye out for Cory Arcangel’s pop up store at the Holiday Inn Soho, where he will be selling his Arcangel Surfware: everything you need to work from your bed.