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Top Exhibitions Opening This Week in New York (March 16-22)

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“Dissolving Margins” at Paula Cooper Gallery
March 17 – April 18
534 West 21st Street
“Dissolving Margins” is a group exhibition featuring works from Jonathan Borofsky, Sam Durant, Matias Faldbakken, Liz Glynn, Douglas Huebler, Christian Marclay, Justin Matherly, Claes Oldenburg & Coosjie van Bruggen, Walid Raad, Rudolf Stingel, and Kelley Walker.


Folkert de Jong: “The Holy Land” at James Cohan Gallery
March 19–April 25
Opening: March 19, 6-8pm
533 West 26th Street
Folkert de Jong is internationally recognized for figurative sculptures―executed in the inorganic industrial materials of Styrofoam and polyurethane―that mine issues of empire, trauma, and myth. In 2012, De Jong made his first works in cast bronze, bringing experimentation and edge to the medium, as well as engaging in the history of the monument and public art.

Nicole Miller: “The Borrowers” at Koenig & Clinton
March 19–April 25
Opening: March 19, 6-8pm
459 West 19th Street
“The Borrowers” is the gallery’s first exhibition of video works by Los Angeles-based artist Nicole Miller. “The Borrowers” features three recent single-channel videos played in tandem: David, Ndinda, and Anthony. Their subjects as their namesakes, the works spotlight unique individuals, set against an ambiguous backdrop, whose performances employ representation, appropriation, and theater as tools for reconstituting that which has been lost.

Julia Fish: “Threshold” at David Nolan
March 19–April 25
Opening: March 19
527 West 29th Street
For Chicago-based Julia Fish this will be her first exhibition with the gallery. On view will be five new paintings (relating to her in-progress series “Threshold”) as well as two earlier paintings and related drawings.

Eric Fertman at Susan Inglett Gallery
March 19–April 25
Opening: March 19, 6-8pm
522 West 24th Street
Following his second solo museum exhibition at The Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, A Comic Turn, Eric Fertman presents his fourth show with the gallery. The artist continues to produce witty and edgy sculpture with big attitude.

Joseph Beuys: “Multiples from the collection of Reinhard Schlegel” at Mitchell-Innes & Nash
March 13–April 18
Opening: March 19, 6-8pm
534 West 26th Street
Mitchell-Innes & Nash will show a large-scale exhibition of Joseph Beuys multiples from the collection of Reinhard Schlegel. Consisting over 500 works spanning from the early 1960s to his death in 1986, this exhibition is the most significant collection of Beuys multiples to be shown in New York to date.

Richard Butler: “naturalhistory” at Freight + Volume
March 19–April 11
Opening: March 19, 6-9pm
530 West 24th Street
For his third solo at Freight + Volume, Richard Butler continues his quest for the true portrait — the portrayal of emotion and soul — behind the façade. Using a motif of confessional screens, veils, masks and shrouds, he creates a labyrinth of psychological layers in which the viewer is invited to transverse and transgress, and through this transgression gain access to an understanding of the subject as well as the self.


Owen Kydd: “Out-Of-Place Artifacts” at Nicelle Beauchene Gallery
March 20 – April 19
Opening: March 20, 6-8pm
327 Broome Street
Nicelle Beauchene Gallery presents a second solo exhibition by Los Angeles based Owen Kydd. Kydd has recently had solo exhibitions at LACMA, Scotiabank Contact Photography Festival, Brookfield Place, Document, and Monte Clark Gallery.

Laura Lancaster: “A Stranger’s Dream” at Sargent’s Daughters
March 20–April 19
Opening: March 20, 6-8pm
179 East Broadway
Sargent’s Daughters presents the first New York solo exhibition of English painter Laura Lancaster. Laura Lancaster lives and works in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, UK.

Mariko Mori: “Cyclicscape” at Sean Kelly
March 20–May 2
Opening: March 20, 6-8pm
475 Tenth Avenue
“Cyclicscape” will present ten new sculptures exploring Mori’s interest in Möbius forms and the endless universe of new physics theory.  Variously called “ekpyrotic” or “cyclic” cosmology, this theory posits that the universe did not begin from one singular “Big Bang” but that our cosmos is filled with continuously repeating cycles of evolution, including possible parallel universe and an ever-expanding formation of new galaxies and planets.


Janine Antoni: “From the Vow Made” at Luhring Augustine
March 21–April 25
Opening: March 21, 6-8pm
531 West 24th Street
“From the Vow Mćade” is a solo exhibition by Janine Antoni including a collection of seven sculptural works and a video collaboration with choreographer, Stephen Petronio.


“Debris” at James Fuentes
March 22–April 26
Opening: March 22, 6-8pm
55 Delancey Street
“Debris” is an exhibition featuring work by Darja Bajagić, David Wojnarowicz, Haim Steinbach, Lizzi Bougatsos, Nevine Mahmoud, and Renaud Jerez. The materials of the artist, borrowed from the everyday, are capsules of the culture and individual’s spirit.  They act as archives for the creators and portraits of their landscape. Displayed, manipulated or copied, the spectacle of the object is prevented from evanescence.




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