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Top NYC Exhibitions Opening This Week (April 11 – 14)

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THURSDAY

3 & 6 at Leo Koenig Inc.
April 11 – May 18
Opening: April 11, 6-8PM
545 West 23rd Street
An exhibition of works by Anoka Faruqee, On Kawara, Luisa Lambri, Olivier Mosset, and Helmo Zobernig.

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Santiago Sierra: “Veterans” at Team Gallery
April 12 – May 12
Opening: April 11, 6-8PM
47 Wooster Street
This show consists of nine photographs, all taken from performances using local war veterans staged in various museums and galleries over the past two years.

Charles Fréger: “Wilder Mann” at The Gallery at Hermès and Yossi Milo Gallery
April 11 – June 8
Opening: April 11, 7-9PM  and 6-8PM
691 Madison Ave. and 245 Tenth Ave.
Photographer Charles Fréger shows his Wilder Mann series of portraits for the first time in the U.S. at two gallery spaces. Beginning in 2010, Fréger has photographed people in elaborate costumes acting out pagan rituals. This series over the years morphed into an anthropological study about universal traditions around life, death, fertility, and the seasons.

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FRIDAY

Chantal Akerman: “Maniac Shadows” at the Kitchen
April 12 – May 11
Opening: April 12, 6-8PM
512 West 19th Street
Playing on entwined relationships of presence and absence, the legendary Belgian filmmaker’s latest installation features video shot at her residences in different countries.

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Richard Serra: “Early Work” at David Zwirner
April 12 – June 15
Opening: No reception.
537 West 20th Street
Dating from 1966 to 1971, the works on view, drawn from museum and private collections, represent the beginning of the artist’s innovative, process-oriented experiments with nontraditional materials, such as vulcanized rubber, neon, and lead, in addition to key early examples of his work in steel.  Also featured will be a program of the artist’s films from this period.

Amanda Ross-Ho: “Gone Tomorrow” at Mitchell-Innes & Nash
April 12 – May 18
Opening: April 12, 6-8PM
534 West 26th Street
“Gone Tomorrow” presents an evolution of specific terms within Ross-Ho’s personal language. Translations of textiles, jewelry, and found images that have featured prominently in her work now loop back in transmuted forms. “Gone Tomorrow” continues to scramble and hybridize the genetic code that forms her work.

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SUNDAY

B. Wurtz and Triple Canopy: “History Works” at Bureau
April 14 – April 25
Opening: April 14, 6-8PM
127 Henry Street
The series, titled History Works, consists of three new sculptures which were developed from what Wurtz calls a “family of objects” collected or created by him over the decades—a rubber-band ball, a wooden skyscraper made as a child, a cat toy, a found brain coral on a handmade plinth.

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