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Top Exhibitions Opening This Week in New York (February 23–March 1)

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“The Friends Seminary Auction” at David Zwirner
February 24 – 27
Opening: February 26, 6–8pm
Live Auction: Thursday, March 5
519 West 19th Street
David Zwirner exhibits the artworks donated on behalf of the annual Friends Seminary Auction. Over 70 artists are featured in the auction including Julia Chiang, Suzan Frecon, Marc Hundley, Chris Ofili, Raymond Pettibon, Thomas Ruff, Jordan Wolfson, Stanley Whitney, Rachel Feinstein, and Jacqueline Humphries.

Alex Da Corte: “Die Hexe” at Luxembourg & Dayan
February 26 – April 11
Opening: February 26, 6–8pm
64 East 77th Street
Da Corte has created a site–specific installation that consumes the gallery’s East 77th Street townhouse, turning it into an implausible cross between a dollhouse and a haunted house. Here visitors will take a journey through familiar imagery and obscure biographical references that mingle, repeat, trade places, and morph into new provocations that invite reflections on memory, impulse, the stability of knowledge, and what constitutes value in a work of art.


Jean Prouvé and John Chamberlain at Gagosian Gallery
February 27 – April 4
Opening: March 3, 6–8pm
555 West 24th Street
Gagosian New York, in collaboration with Galerie Patrick Seguin, Paris, is pleased to present works by American artist John Chamberlain and French architect and designer Jean Prouvé, two twentieth century innovators who harnessed the strength and suppleness of metal to new potential in their respective fields.

Michael Snow: “A Group Show” at Jack Shainman Gallery
February 27 – April 4
Opening: February 27, 6–8pm
524 West 24th Street
Michael Snow’s extensive and multidisciplinary oeuvre includes painting, sculpture, video, film, sound, photography, holography, drawing, writing, and music. His work explore the nature of perception, consciousness, language, and temporality.


Nick Mauss at 303 Gallery
February 28 – April 11
Opening: February 28, 6–8pm
507 West 24th Street
For this exhibition, Mauss creates a mirrored garden in the gallery, in which his singular relationship to the line of drawing moves across and through space and mediums. Mauss’ work takes the mode of drawing, found at the interstices of various media, processes, and histories, and dilates, twists, folds, intensifies, and loosens those gaps to produce a different mode of making art.


“Future Seasons Past” at Lehmann Maupin
February 28 – April 12
536 West 22nd Street & 201 Chrystie Street
Lehmann Maupin presents “Future Seasons Past,” a reflective celebration of its history and a look forward to its future. Curated by Manuel E. Gonzales, this group exhibition highlights work by artist that the gallery has exhibited and those that have helped shaped the gallery program throughout its nearly 20–year history, including: Kader Attia, Hernan Bas, Ashley Bickerton, Tracey Emin, Teresita Fernández, Anya Gallaccio, Gilbert & George, Shirazeh Houshiary, Klara Kristalova, Lee Bul, Liu Wei, Tony Oursler, Robin Rhode, Tim Rollins and K.O.S., Jennifer Steinkamp, Do Ho Suh, Juergen Teller, Mickalene Thomas, Adriana Varejão, Nari Ward, and Erwin Wurm.




Nancy Haynes: “anomalies and non sequiturs” at Regina Rex
March 1 – April 5
Opening: March 1, 6–8pm
221 Madison Street
Pulling from a number of different bodies of work and times, anomalies and non sequiturs presents a selection of paintings, drawings, collage and sculpture—forming an open–ended constellation revealing the common thread that underlies all of Haynes’ work. 

Bianca Beck and Josh Brand at Rachel Uffner
March 1 – April 12
Opening: March 1, 6–8pm
170 Suffolk Street
An exhibition of work by Bianca Beck and Josh Brand will occupy the first floor of the gallery, while a solo presentation by Bianca Beck will be on view in the upstairs space. Beck will exhibit gouache drawings, oil paintings on wood panel, small “page paintings” on thin sheets of wood, carved reliefs, and painted sculpture in varying scales. Brand will exhibit photographs, collages, and video.





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