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Spring in New York has never looked better. Major exhibits on view extend from the East Village to Harlem. The Studio Museum examines 20 years of drawings from the prolific Trenton Doyle Hancock. Trudy Benson makes a debut at Lisa Cooley. Her exhibit titled, “Shapes of Things,” reveals her great capacity to innovate with basic forms and color. Shara Hughes returns to American Contemporary with a colorful suite of new paintings.
In London’s Lisson Gallery, Lee Ufan, one of the founding members of Mono-Ha, engages with meditative paintings and installations. In L.A., Matthew Marks presents sculptures from Anne Truitt‘s first solo show in 1963. These rarely seen pieces are a snapshot of the early work of the late artist. Visitors will see an artist with a keen sense of direction from the very beginning. The granddaddy of formalism, Matisse, makes another European tour. This time, Amsterdam’s Stedelijk museum is the site of the largest exhibition of the artist ever seen before in the Netherlands.
“Lee Ufan” at Lisson Gallery, London
March 25 – May 9, 2015
“Shara Hughes: Far Out” at American Contemporary, New York
March 26 – April 26, 2015
“Trenton Doyle Hancock: Skin and Bones, 20 Years of Drawing” at the Studio Museum in Harlem, New York
Mar 26, 2015 – Jun 28, 2015
“The Oasis of Matisse” at Thee Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
March 27 – August 16, 2015
“Trudy Benson: Shapes of Things” at Lisa Cooley, New York
April 4 – May 3, 2015
“Anne Truitt: 62-63” at Matthew Marks, Los Angeles, California
April 18 – June 27, 2015