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“The World of Gilbert & George” and “ Gilbert & George: The Singing Sculpture” at Lehmann Maupin
Screening: July 15, 6:30pm
201 Chrystie Street
As part of the Gilbert & George exhibition currently on view, Lehmann Maupin now presents a special screening of “The World of Gilbert and George” and Gilbert & George: The Singing Sculpture.” There will be an introduction by Producer Philip Haas, who collaborates with the artists.
“Here and Elsewhere” at the New Museum
July 16 – September 28
Opening: July 15, 8-10pm
Uniting the work more than 45 artists and 15 countries, “Here and Elsewhere” is a powerful exploration of the role of the artist in the face of fraught historical events. Partly inspired by a 1976 film essay by Jean-Luc Goddard, the exhibition features a collection of videos, photograph, painting, drawing, and sculpture.
Keld Helmer- Petersen: “122 Color Photographs” at Yossi Milo Gallery
July 17 – August 29
Opening: July 17, 6-8pm
245 Tenth Avenue
Yossi Milo Gallery presents a solo exhibition of color photographs by Danish photographer Keld Helmer-Petersen. “122 Color Photographs” showcases images from the 1940’s, a period during which colored photography did not fit the definition of fine art. However, Helmer-Petersen pioneered the use of color, opening up new possibilities for future artists, such as William Eggleston.
Nancy Rubins: “Our Friend Fluid Metal” at Gagosian
July 17 – September 13
Opening: July 17, 6-8pm
522 West 21st Street
Rubins’ awe-inspiring sculptures are predicated on synthesis, radically articulated mass, and explosive ideas in three dimensions. Geological in scope and metastatic information, these rhizomatic sculptures brim with dark energy, pointing to the inexorable proliferation of man made refuse.
teamLab: “Ultra Subjective Space” at Pace Gallery
July 17 – August 15
Opening: July 16, 6-8pm
508 West 25th Street & 510 West 25th Street
Pace presents the first-ever exhibition in the United States of teamLab, an “Ultra-Technologists” group based in Japan. Six Digitally-based artworks will be on view.
Charles Gaines: “Gridwork 1974 – 1989” at Studio Museum Harlem
July 17 – October 26
144 West 125th Street
Following Gaines’s career from the 1970’s through the 1980’s, “Charles Gaines: Gridwork 1974–1989” examines the artist’s groundbreaking work. The exhibition features 75 works, which reveal Gaines’s involvement with the conceptualists.