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Top NYC Exhibitions opening this week

By Olivia Swider

January 23, 2013


Dieter Roth at Hauser & Wirth
January 23 – April 13, 2013
Opening: January 23, 6PM–8PM
511 West 18th Street
Sculptor, painter, printmaker, collagist, poet, diarist, graphic designer, publisher, filmmaker, and musician, German-born Swiss artist Dieter Roth (1930 – 1998) has been described as “a performance artist in all the mediums he touched.” Everything Roth made for this exhibition involved acting out a central concept of art and life as utterly indivisible – a single enterprise in which material stuff is subservient to the emotional and sensual experience for which it stands.

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Marco Brambilla CREATION (megaplex) at Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery
January 24 – february 23, 2013
Opening: January 24, 6PM-8PM
532 West 24th Street
Drawing from an array of pop cultural sources in order to re-contextualize century old histories, Marco Brambilla’s films continue to challenge the standards of both art and film. The third in a trilogy of 3D videos that started with Civilization (Megaplex) (2008) and Evolution (Megaplex) (2010), Creation (Megaplex) (2012) presents a spectacular cinematic composition that culls from a vast archive of iconic Hollywood films.

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Deborah Kass: “My Elvis +” at Paul Kasmin
January 24 – February 23, 2013
Opening: January 24, 6-8PM
515 West 27th Street
Gathered for the first time in the Deborah Kass’ career and presented to a new generation of viewers, the exhibition includes paintings from her historic series, “My Elvis” created in the early 1990’s.

Caro, Frankenthaler, Louis, Noland, Olitski, Stella: Curated by Hayden Dunbar and Stewart Waltzer at Paul Kasmin
January 24 – February 23, 2013
Opening: January 24, 6-8PM
293 Tenth Avenue
“Caro, Frankenthaler, Louis, Noland, Olitski, Stella” presents a selection of paintings and sculptures by master abstract artists whose work, deemed radical in the 1960s, carries a lasting influence on the art world to this day. The artists shown in this exhibition are part of a generation of painters and sculptors who veered away from the dominant subjective and gestural Abstract Expressionist movement of the 1950s.

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“Specific Collisions”, curated by Melissa Gordon at Marianne Boesky Gallery
January 25 – February 23, 2013
Opening: January 25, 6-8PM, with a reading by Will Holder at 7pm
118 East 64th Street
Taking its title from both Donald Judd’s Specific Objects and Mina Loy’s play, Collision, the exhibition considers artworks in their signifier roll: reordering a language of interaction between the containing architecture and the works as things, which are adjusted by the circumstance and moment of viewing. Artists include: Bas Jan Ader, Sue De Beer, René Daniëls, Jason Dodge, Marlene Dumas, Max Ernst, Chris Evans, Melissa Gordon, Edward Gorey, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Will Holder, Rita McBride, Edvard Munch, Willem Oorebeek, Lisa Oppenheim, Adrian Piper, Dexter Sinister, Mungo Thomson, Francesca Woodman

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Adrian PiperBas Jan AderBrian KerstetterCaroChris EvansDeborah KassDexter SinisterDieter RothDonald JuddEdvard MunchEdward GoreyFrancesca WoodmanFrankenthalerHauser & WirthHayden DunbarIan Hamilton FinlayJason DodgeLisa OppenheimLouisMarianne Boesky GalleryMarlene DumasMax ErnstMelissa GordonMina LoyMungo ThomsonNolandOlitskiPaul KasminRené DaniëlsRita McBrideStellaStewart WaltzerSue De BeerWill HolderWillem Oorebeek


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