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Top Exhibitions Opening This Week in New York (November 10–16)

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Roy Lichtenstein: “The Popular Image” at Mitchell-Innes & Nash
November 10–December 19
1018 Madison Avenue
Mitchell-Innes & Nash presents an exhibition of works by Roy Lichtenstein focusing on the artist’s exploration of popular imagery and mass production. This will be the gallery’s sixth solo exhibition of Lichtenstein’s work and will include 60 works ranging in media from the early 1950s until 1997, the last year of the artist’s life.

Thomas Houseago: “Moun Room” at Hauser & Wirth
November 10, 2014–January 17, 2015
511 West 18th Street
This immersive installation is a departure for the artist, best known for his monumental, figurative sculptures. Creating a labyrinth of tunnels, passageways, and circular openings, he makes the viewer his primary figure, creating an unfamiliar landscape for him or her to roam through.

TUESDAY

Marianne Vitale: “Nine Worthies” at Zach Feuer
November 11–December 20
548 West 22nd Street
Following Vitale’s trajectory of repurposing materials from America’s industrial infrastructure, for this presentation she mines once-functionary unites from railroad track yards and transfers them to a new positioning, a new context.

THURSDAY

Nicolas Roggy: “Thick Pink, Stuffed Light” at Martos Gallery
November 13–December 20
Opening: November 13, 6-8pm
540 West 29th Street
Martos Gallery presents a new series of paintings by Paris-based artist Nicolas Roggy. This is the artist first solo show in the United States.

Martin Schoeller: “Portraits” at Hasted Kraeutler
November 13–January 3
537 West 24th Street
Hasted Kraeutler is pleased to announce a major retrospective of Martin Schoeller’s photographs, organized to coincide with the release of “Portraits (teNeues, 2014), a monumental monograph spanning 15 years of his illustrious career.

Sean Landers: “North American Mammals” at Petzel Gallery
November 13–December 20
Opening: November 13, 6-8pm
456 West 18th Street
Sean Lander’s newest body of work depicts a layered story of mortality, artistic legacy, and the posterity of art. Since the 1990s Landers has produced a diverse body of paintings, sculptures, drawings, and videos that, regardless of form or style, bares the artist to the world.

FRIDAY

Alexander Tovborg: “Eternal Feminine” at Nicelle Beauchene Gallery
November 14–December 21
Opening: November 14, 6-8pm
327 Broome Street
This is the first exhibition in the US.. by Danish artist Alexander Tovborg. The artist lives and works in Copenhagen Denmark. His work has been exhibited internationally at State of Concept, Athens; Irish Museum of Contemporary art, Dublin; Hospitalhof, Stuttgrat; and most recently at the Overgaden Institute of Contemporary Art, Copenhagen.

Serge Alain Nitegeka: “Morphings In Black” at Marianne Boesky Gallery
November 14–December 20
Opening: November 14, 6-8pm
20 Clinton Street
Serge Alain Nitegaka repurposes modernist preoccupations with line and the picture plane, utilizing these formal concepts as a foundation from which to address larger social issues such as the forced migration of peoples and the political and cultural borders that define us.

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