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GILBERT & GEORGEThe World of Gilbert & George (still frame)198116mm color film transferred to video dimensions variable© GILBERT & GEORGECourtesy the artists and Lehmann Maupin, New York and Hong Kong

Top Exhibitions Opening This Week in New York (June 30 – July 6)

TUESDAY

Gilbert & George: “Films and Video Sculpture 1970-1981” at Lehmann Maupin
July 1 – August 8
201 Chrystie Street
Celebrating the influence of the Gilbert and George on contemporary art, this exhibition features a selection of films and video sculptures by the duo. Included in the exhibition are films such as “The World of Gilbert and George” (1981), a feature-length film, and “In the Bush” (1972), which is part of a series of black and white sculptures on video tape.

GILBERT & GEORGE
The World of Gilbert & George (still frame)
1981
16mm color film transferred to video dimensions variable
© GILBERT & GEORGE
Courtesy the artists and Lehmann Maupin, New York and Hong Kong

WEDNESDAY

“A Machinery For Living” at Petzel Gallery
July 2 – August 8
Opening: July 2, 6-8pm
456 West 18th Street
Petzel Gallery presents “A Machinery For Living,” a group exhibition organized by Walead Beshty.  This exhibition will feature thirty-two participating artists including Claire Fontaine, Jay DeFeo, Dan Flavin, Liz Glynn, Rachel Harrison, Sharon Lockhart, Raymond Pettibon, Kelley Walker and Franz West.

Hito Steyerl at Andrew Kreps Gallery
July 2 – August 15
Opening: July 2, 6-8pm
537 West 22nd Street
In “How Not to Be Seen: A Fucking Didactic Educational Installation,” Berlin-based artist Hito Steyerl explores means by which one can stay hidden from digital surveillance, in this “age of total over-visibility.” Other works include “Strike” and a series of architectural inventions.

Laura Aldridge and Lee Maida at Andrew Kreps Gallery
July 2 – August 15
Opening: July 2, 6-8pm
535 West 22nd Street
In this two-person exhibition, Andrew Kreps Gallery features three-dimensional works by Aldridge and Maida. Their works explore textile, texture, and color through vibrant fabrics and different forms of sculpture, referencing the creative process as well as the history of art.

“Displayed” at Anton Kern Gallery
July 2 – August 22
Opening: July 2, 6-8pm
532 West 20th Street
A group exhibition curated by Matthew Higgs including works from Moyra Davey, Roe Ethridge, Rachel Harrison, Carissa Rodriguez, Jonas Wood and B. Wurtz.

THURSDAY

“Abnormcore” at Room East
July 3 – August 2
41 Orchard Street
Carl Andre, Darja Bajagic, Chris Domenick, Joe Graham-Felsen, David Lynch, Sebastian Lloyd Rees and Lisa Williamson.

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