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After August Sander, (detail)
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Top NYC Exhibitions opening this week (February 13 – 16)

By Olivia Swider

February 12, 2013


“Tectonic Drift” at Brian Morris Gallery
February 13 – March 16, 2013
Opening: February 13, 6-9PM
163 Christie Street
Artists exhibited will include Amanda Church, Brian Cypher, Stacy Fisher, Gary Petersen, and Russell Tyler.

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Anthony McCall: “Face to Face” at Sean Kelly
February 15 March 23, 2013
Opening: February 15, 6-8PM
475 Tenth Avenue
Sean Kelly announces “Face to Face,” featuring new and historic work by Anthony McCall for the artist’s first exhibition at the gallery’s new Hudson Yards location.

Open Gallery

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Wade Guyton and Stephen Prina at Petzel
February 15, 2013 (one night only)
Opening: February 15, 6-8PM
456 West 18th Street
This exhibition will mark the fourth collaboration between Stephen Prina and Wade Guyton.

Dan Flavin and Donald Judd at David Zwirner
February 15 March 16, 2013
Opening: February 15, 6-8PM
537 West 20th Street
Coinciding with the gallery’s 20-year anniversary, David Zwirner is pleased to inaugurate a new five-storied exhibition and project space at 537 West 20th Street with a presentation of works by Dan Flavin and Donald Judd.

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Michael Riedel: “PowerPoint” at David Zwirner
February 16 March 23, 2013
Opening: February 16, 6-8PM
533 West 19th Street
For his fourth solo show at David Zwirner, Riedel will present all new silk-screened “Powerpoint” paintings.

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After August Sander, (detail)

Sherrie Levine & August Sander at Paula Cooper Gallery
February 16 March 16, 2013
Opening: February 16, 6-8PM
534 West 21st Street
The German photographer August Sander (1876-1964) is remembered most notably for his monumental documentary project “People of the 20th Century,” a series of more than 600 individual portraits shot between 1910 and the early 1950s. An important part of Levine’s artistic practice since the 1970s has taken the form of photographic works based on other artist’s photographs. Through this barely perceptible and yet immeasurable difference, this transfer of authorship across genders, continents, and personal histories, the portraits’ expressive powers resonate anew.

Philip Von Zweck in Conversation with Zachary Cahill: “Artist as Double Agent” at Invisible Exports
Opening: February 16, 2013, 2PM
14A Orchard Street
On the occasion of the exhibition, How I wrote “Elastic Man” a brief talk followed by a Q & A, with artist Philip Von Zweck and Zachary Cahill on the status of the artist as a double-agent maneuvering with, by, and in institutional frameworks.

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Amanda ChurchAnthony McCallAugust SanderBrian CypherBrian Morris GalleryDan FlavinDavid ZwirnerDonald JuddGary PetersenInvisible ExportsMichael RiedelPaula Cooper GalleryPetzelPhilip Von ZweckRussell TylerSean KellySherrie LevineStacy FisherStephen PrinaWade GuytonZachary Cahill


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