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Top Exhibitions Opening This Week in NY (Sept 23-27)

By Olivia Swider

September 25, 2013

WEDNESDAY

Balthus: “The Last Studies” at Gagosian Gallery
September 26 – December 21
Opening: September 25, 6-8PM
976 Madison Avenue
Balthus: The Last Studies presents for the very first time selections from an extensive but little-known body of preparatory photographic work by the painter, giving fresh insight into the working processes that he adopted late in life.

THURSDAY

Rory Solomon: “Echo/Location” at Lisa Cooley
Event: September 26, 6:30PM
107 Norfolk Street
This event is presented in conjunction with Cynthia Daignault’s solo exhibition currently on view at Lisa Cooley through October 20th. “Echo/Location” is a creative essay comprised of memoir, observations, philosophy and critique that considers how new media potentially affect the ways we locate ourselves in time.

Sean Scully: “Change and Horizontals” at the Drawing Center
September 27 – November 3
Opening: September 26, 6-8PM
35 Wooster Street
This intensely focused survey comprises Sean Scully’s acrylic, ink, graphite, and masking-tape drawings from 1974-75—presented together for the first time in over 30 years—as well as two large-scale paintings from the same period and one of the artist’s personal notebooks.

Alexis Rockman: “Drawings from Life of Pi” at the Drawing Center
September 27 – November 3
Opening: September 26, 6-8PM
35 Wooster Street
Alexis Rockman’s watercolor drawings were the first stage in the development of the fantastical, imaginary world of Life of Pi, a 2012 feature film directed by Ang Lee. Lee sought out Rockman’s vision as an artist with a specific commitment to hand drawing to bring a human scale to the project, a sense of the material and the fortuitous that would come, for example, from the random bloom of watercolor pigment on paper.

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