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Calendar. 03.05.13.

Maria Lassnig Sciencia 1998 at MoMA PS1
Sciencia, 1998, by Maria Lassnig. On view as part of the artist’s solo exhibition at MoMA PS1, which coincides with a show of work by Christoph Schlingensief. Opens Sunday, in Long Island City. (Image courtesy of MoMA PS1.)

  • NYC: 2014 Whitney Biennial, at the Whitney Museum of American Art. Opens Friday, on the Upper East Side.
  • NYC: The Whitney Houston Biennial, at 20 Jay Street. This Sunday at 8pm, in Dumbo.
  • NYC: Gaugin: Metamorphoses, at the Museum of Modern Art. Opens Saturday, in Midtown.
  • NYC: Mira Schendel, at Hauser & Wirth. Through April 26, on the Upper East Side.
  • NYC: AFTERSHOCK: The Impact of Radical Art (Minors Not Permitted), at Edelman Arts. Through May 12.
  • NYC: Mingei: Are You Here?, at Pace Gallery. Opens Friday, in Chelsea.
  • NYC: Beatrice Caracciolo, Cinabrese, at Paula Cooper Gallery. Opens Saturday, in Chelsea.
  • NYC: Jorge Pardo, Inert, at Petzel. Through April 5, in Chelsea.
  • NYC: Aki Sasamoto: Sunny in the Furnace, at The Kitchen. Daily from Thursday through Sunday at 8pm, in Chelsea. Tickets $15.
  • NYC: Beth Krebs, Beat the Band, at Station Independent Projects. Opens today at 6pm, on the Lower East Side.
  • Peekskill, N.Y.: Carla Gannis, The Non-Facial Recognition Project, at the WCC Center for Digital Arts. Through April 5.
  • Northampton, Mass.: Maya Lin, the 11th Annual Miller Lecture in Art and Art History, at the Smith College Museum of Art. Next Tuesday at 7:30pm at Wright Hall.
  • L.A.: Andrea Fraser performs May I Help You?, at the Hammer Museum. This Saturday from 3-5pm, in Westwood.
  • L.A.: Taryn Simon, Birds of the West Indies, at Gagosian Gallery. Through April 12, in Beverly Hills.
  • L.A.: Finishing School in collaboration with artists Nadia Afghani and Matt Fisher, We Will Show You Fear in a Handful of Dust, at Occidental College. Starts Friday, in Eagle Rock.
  • Marseilles: ASCO & Friends: Exiled Portraits, at Friche Belle de Mai. Opens Saturday.
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Calendar. 02.28.14.

Gas Giant, by Jacob Hashimoto.
An installation view of Jacob Hashimoto’s Gas Giant, at the MOCA Pacific Design Center. Opens Saturday, in West Hollywood. (Image nabbed from Nancy Lee’s Instagram.)

  • L.A.: Robert Mapplethorpe, As Above, So Below, at OHWOW. Opens today at 7pm, in West Hollywood.
  • L.A.: Walead Bashty, Selected Bodies of Work, at Regen Projects. Through April 5, in Hollywood.
  • L.A.: Nicola Tyson, at Susanne Vielmetter Projects. Opens Saturday, in Culver City.
  • L.A.: Yoshitimo Nara, at Blum & Poe. Opens Saturday, in Culver City.
  • L.A.: Ray Eames, In the Spotlight, at the Alyce de Roulet Williamson Gallery. Opens today at the Art Center College of Design, in Pasadena.
  • Marfa: Teresa Hubbard and Alexander Birchler, Sound Speed Marker, at Ballroom Marfa. Opens today at 6pm.
  • NYC: Let’s Get Digital: Spectrum Presents a Conversation on Digital Art, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Today at 6:30pm, on the Upper East Side.
  • NYC: Radiant Light: Stained Glass from Canterbury Cathedal, at the Cloisters. Through May 18, in Fort Tryon Park.
  • NYC: Germaine Richier, at Dominique Lévy, in collaboration with Galerie Perrotin. Through April 12, on the Upper East Side.
  • NYC: Jorge Pardo, Inert, at Petzel Gallery. Opens Saturday at 6pm, in Chelsea.
  • NYC: Erwin Wurm, Synthesa, at Lehmann Maupin. Through April 19, in Chelsea.
  • NYC: Kiki Smith: Wonder, at Pace Gallery. Opens today, in Chelsea.
  • NYC: Sebastian Masuda, Colorful Rebellion — Seventh Nightmare, at Kianga Ellis Projects. through March 29, in Chelsea.
  • NYC: Rashaad Newsome, Five, at the Drawing Center. Next Thursday, March 6, in SoHo. RSVP required.
  • NYC: Abbott and Marville: The City in Transition, at Howard Greenberg Gallery. Opens April 11, in SoHo.
  • NYC: Ward Shelley and Alex Schweder, In Orbit, at the Boiler. Opens today at 7pm, in Williamsburg.
  • Tokyo: The Marvelous Real: Contemporary Spanish and Latin American Art from the MUSAC Collection, at the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo. Through May 11.
  • Beirut: Animism, at Ashkal Alwan. Through April 4.
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Calendar. 02.19.14.

Performa Obscura, by Athi-Patra Ruga, in collaboration with Mikhael Subotzky
Performa Obscura, by Athi-Patra Ruga, in collaboration with Mikhael Subotzky. Part of the exhibit Public Intimacy: Art and Other Ordinary Acts in South Africa, at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, in collaboration with SFMOMA, in San Francisco. Opens Friday. (Photo: Ruth Simbao, courtesy Athi-Patra Ruga.)

  • Oakland: Rick Prelinger, Lost Landscapes of Oakland, a screening, at the Oakland Museum of California. This Saturday at 3pm.
  • Claremont, Calif.: Andrea Bowers: #sweetjane, at the Pomona College of Art Museum, and the Pitzer College Galleries. Through April 13.
  • L.A.: Masood Kamandy, M.O.O.P. (Matter Out of Place), and Josh Reames, #PAINTING, at Luis de Jesus. Opens Saturday at 6pm, in Culver City.
  • L.A.: Raster Raster, at Aran Cravey. Opens Saturday at 6pm, in West Hollywood.
  • L.A.: In 2040…, at Jaus. Opens Friday at 6:30pm, in Santa Monica
  • Fort Worth: Art and Appetite: American Art, Culture, and Cuisine, at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art. Opens Saturday.
  • St. Louis: Dear Nemesis: Nicole Eisenman 1993-2013, at the Contemporary Art Museum. Through April 13.
  • New Orleans: Mel Chin: Rematch, at the New Orleans Museum of Art. Opens Friday.
  • NYC: Medium As Muse: Woodcuts and the Modern Book, at the Morgan Library & Museum. Opens Friday, in Midtown.
  • NYC: Italian Futurism, 1909-1944: Reconstructing the Universe, at the Guggenheim Museum. Opens Friday on the Upper East Side.
  • NYC: Lucas Samaras: Offerings From a Restless Soul, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Opens Monday, on the Upper East Side.
  • NYC: Kelley Walker, at Paula Cooper Gallery. Opens Saturday, in Chelsea.
  • NYC: Implicit Horizon, at Mixed Greens. Through March 15, in Chelsea.
  • NYC: Erwin Redl, In Motion, at Bitforms Gallery. Through March 15, in Chelsea.
  • NYC: Katie Bell, Light Weight, at Mixed Greens. Through March 15, in Chelsea.
  • NYC: Re-View: Onnasch Colleciton, at Hauser & Wirth. Through April 12, in Chelsea.
  • NYC: Jeff Baij, Yautja Moms, at Interstate. Opens Friday at 6pm, in Bushwick.
  • London: A Not So Still Life: Naked Portraits by Lucien Freud, at Luxembourg & Dayan. Through April 5.
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Calendar. 02.12.14.

Marnie Weber, The Birthday Pig, 2007, at Patrick Painter Gallery
The Birthday Pig, 2007, a collage on light jet print, by Marnie Weber. Part of the exhibition Larry Johnson and Marnie Weber at Patrick Painter Gallery. Through March 15, at Bergamot Station in Santa Monica. (Image courtesy of the artist and Patrick Painter.)

  • L.A.: Hammer Lectures: The Future of Institutional Critique, with Judith Barry, Dara Birnbaum, and Mary Kelly, at the Hammer Museum. Today at 7:30pm, in Westwood.
  • L.A.: Katie Herzog, Altered State Library, at Monte Vista Projects. Opens Saturday at 7pm, in Northeast L.A.
  • Aspen: Amy Sillman, One Lump or Two, at the Aspen Art Museum. Opens Friday.
  • Baton Rouge, La.: Rooted Communities: The Art of Nari Ward, at the Louisiana State University Museum of Art. Through April 10.
  • Cambridge: Jorge Otero-Pailos, Space-Time, at the Keller Gallery. Through February 23, at MIT’s Building 7.
  • Waltham, Mass.: Mika Rottenberg: Bowls Balls Souls Halls, Chris Burden: The Master Builder, and The Matter That Surrounds Us: Wols and Charline von Heyl, at the Rose Art Museum. Opens Thursday at 5pm.
  • Philadelphia: Ruffneck Constructivists, curated by Kara Walker, at the Institute of Contemporary Art. Opens today, at the University of Pennsylvania.
  • NYC: A Collective Invention: Photographs at Play, at the Morgan Museum and Library. Opens Friday, in Midtown.
  • NYC: Pawel Althamer: The Neighbors, at the New Museum of Contemporary Art. Opens today, on the Lower East Side.
  • NYC: Diana Al-Hadid: Regarding Medardo Rosso, at Marianne Boesky. Through March 19, on the Upper East Side.
  • NYC: Simon Evans, Edible Landscape, at James Cohan Gallery. Opens Thursday at 6pm, in Chelsea.
  • NYC: Julian Crouch, Mark Stewar, Ragna Freidank and Christophe Laudamiel, Armchair Parade, at Dillon Gallery. Opens Thursday, in Chelsea.
  • NYC: Henry Chalfant, at Steven Kasher Gallery. Through March 8, in Chelsea.
  • NYC: Edward Clark, Big Bang, at Tilton Gallery. Through February 22. (Via Weisslink.)
  • NYC: Karlheinz Weinberger, at Maccarone. Opens Saturday at 6pm, in the West Village.
  • NYC: Richard Hart and Tom Kotik, at Field Projects. Opens Thursday, on the Lower East Side.
  • NYC: Idiom II, at Pierogi. Opens Friday at 7pm, in Williamsburg.
  • NYC: Tip Top, at Greenpoint Terminal Gallery. Opens Saturday, in Greenpoint.
  • NYC: David Henderson, Patricia Satterlee and Jude Tallichet, at Valentine. Opens Friday at 6pm, in Ridgewood/Bushwick.
  • Savannah: Tim Rollins and K.O.S., Rivers, at the SCAD Museum of Art. Through June 8, at the Savannah College of Art and Design.
  • Montreal: Rick Prelinger, No More Road Trips?, a screening, at Concordia University. This Friday at 6pm, at the J.A. de Seve Cinema.
  • London: La Fine de Dio: Maurizio Cattelan and Lucio Fontana, at Gagosian Gallery. Through April 5, in London.
  • Bilbao: Ernesto Neto: The Body That Carries Me, at the Guggenheim Museum. Opens Friday.
  • Sittard: Brandon Ballengée, Seasons in Hell, at Museum Het Domein. Opens Sunday.
  • Doha: Mona Hatoum: Turbulence, at Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art. Through May 18.
  • Online: Guerilla Girls, Feminist Street Posters: 1985-91, at Gallery98.
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Calendar. 02.05.14.

David Wojnarowicz, The Death of American Spirituality, 1987, at the Hammer Museum's
The Death of American Spirituality, 1987, by David Wojnarowicz. Part of the exhibition Take it or Leave It: Institution, Image, Idealogy, at the Hammer Museum. Opens Sunday, in Westwood. (Collection of John Carlin and Renee Dossick. Courtesy of the Hammer.)

  • L.A.: A Royal Passion: Queen Victoria and Photography, and Hiroshi Sugimoto: Past Tense, at the Getty Museum. Through June 8, in West L.A.
  • L.A.: Fútbol: The Beautiful Game, at the L.A. County Museum of Art. Through July 20, in Mid-City.
  • L.A.: Love is in the Air, at 2A Gallery. Opens Saturday, with an opening reception this Sunday at 7pm, in Downtown.
  • Hartford: Allison Schulnik, Matrix 168, at the Wadsworth Atheneum. Opens Thursday.
  • NYC: Doug Wheeler, at David Zwirner. Opens Thursday, at the 20th Street location, in Chelsea.
  • NYC: Julije Knifer, at Mitchell-Innes & Nash. Opens Thursday, in Chelsea.
  • NYC: Deborah Brown, Outer Limits, and Misrepresentation, a group exhibition, at Lesley Heller Workspace. Opens Thursday at 6pm, on the Lower East Side.
  • NYC: Intimate Science, at the Sheila C. Johnson Design Center at Parsons The New School for Design. Opens Thursday, in the Village.
  • NYC: Cassius Fouler, Painting is the Curse of the Drinking Class, at Pandemic Gallery. Opens Saturday at 7pm, near the Brooklyn Navy Yard.
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Calendar 01.29.14.

National Life Insurance Company Building. Project, 1924–25, by Frank Lloyd Wright. The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Archives
National Life Insurance Company Building, project, 1924–25, by Frank Lloyd Wright. Part of the exhibit Frank Lloyd Wright and the City: Density vs. Dispersal, at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, opening Saturday. (Image courtesy of MoMA and The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Archives.)

  • NYC: Carrie Mae Weems, The Museum Series, at the Studio Museum in Harlem. Opens Thursday, in Harlem.
  • NYC: Charles Marville: Photographer of Paris, at the Metropolitan Museum. Opens today, on the Upper East Side.
  • NYC: The Flowering of Edo Era Painting, at the Metropolitan Museum. Opens Saturday, on the Upper East Side.
  • NYC: Hassan Hajjaj: Kesh Angels, at Taymour Grahne. Through March 2, in Tribeca
  • NYC: Shirin Neshat: Our House is On Fire, at the Rauschenberg Foundation Project Space. Opens Thursday at 6pm, in Chelsea.
  • NYC: Indie Tech Talks #16: Eddo Stern, at the NYU Game Innovation Lab. This Thursday at 7pm, in downtown Brooklyn.
  • NYC: Resisting surveillance in practical and day-to-day situations, a panel with Adam Harvey, Geneviewe Hoffman, Becky Hurwitz, Ceren Erdem, at Apexart. This Saturday at 4pm, in downtown Manhattan.
  • Northampton, Mass: The Eye is a Door: Landscape Photographs by Anne Whiston Spirn, at the Smith College Museum of Art. Opens Friday.
  • L.A.: Fictions, with Josh Atlas, Srijon Chowdhury, Guan Rong and Alexandra Wiesenfeld, at Klowden Mann. Opens Saturday at 6pm, in Culver City.
  • L.A.: LA Art Book Fair 2014, at the Museum of Contemporary Art. Starts this Friday at 11am through Sunday.
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Calendar. 01.22.14.

William J. O'Brien, Untitled, 2011. Collection of Howard and Donna Stone. Image courtesy of the artist; Shane Campbell Gallery, Chicago; Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York.
Untitled, 2011, by William O’Brien. Part of the artist’s solo show, William J. O’Brien, at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, opening Saturday. (Image courtesy of the artist; Shane Campbell Gallery, Chicago; Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York.)

  • NYC: Carrie Mae Weems: Three Decades of Photography and Video, at the Guggenheim Museum. Opens Friday.
  • NYC: The Little Prince: A New York Story, at the Morgan Library & Museum. Opens Friday, in Midtown.
  • NYC: tranzit, Report on the Construction of a Spaceship Module, at the New Museum. Opens today, on the Lower East Side.
  • NYC: Antonio Canova, The Seven Last Works, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Opens today, on the Upper East Side.
  • NYC: Guy Ben Ner, Soundtrack, and Austin Lee, Ok Ok Ok Ok…, at Postmasters Gallery. Opens Saturday at 5:30pm, in Tribeca.
  • NYC: Ferran Adrià, Notes on Creativity, at the Drawing Center. Opens Saturday, in SoHo.
  • NYC: Sol LeWitt: Horizontal Progressions, at Pace. Opens Friday, on 25th Street, in Chelsea.
  • NYC: Girls Against God magazine hosts Wolf Moon Gathering, an afternoon performance, at MoMA PS1. This Sunday at 3pm, in Queens.
  • NYC: Wayne Herpich, New Vision Display, at Blackston Gallery. Opens Thursday at 6pm, on the Lower East Side.
  • Ithaca, N.Y.: Beyond Earth Art, at the Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell University. Opens Saturday.
  • Chicago: Wordless!, a performance featuring the work of Art Spiegelman and Phillip Johnston, at Logan Center Performance Hall, at the University of Chicago. This Saturday at 3pm.
  • Fort Worth: Focus: Fred Tomaselli, at The Modern. Through March 2.
  • L.A.: Tea and Morphine: Women in Paris, 1880 to 1914, at the Hammer Museum. Opens Sunday, in Westwood.
  • L.A.: Timothy Walker, at the Craft & Folk Art Museum. Opens Saturday, in Mid-Wilshire.
  • L.A.: Kaz Oshiro, Chasing Ghosts, at the Charles White Elementary School Gallery. Opens Friday, in Westlake/Macarthur Park
  • L.A.: Corporeal Impulse, at the Vincent Price Art Museum. Through April 12, in East L.A.
  • L.A.: Blinding Desire: Unfolding Artists, at Ben Maltz Gallery at Otis. Opens Saturday, in Westchester.
  • Santa Barbara: Alice Aycock Drawings: Some Stories are Worth Repeating, at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art. Opens Sunday.
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Calendar. 01.19.13.

1250 South Broadway, Pico Boulevard, 2013 by John Humble
1250 South Broadway, Pico Boulevard, 2013, by John Humble. Part of the artist’s solo show, Pico Boulevard, at Craig Krull Gallery. Through February 22, at Bergamot Station in Santa Monica.

  • NYC: Eyebeam Presents: 2014 Annual Showcase, at Eyebeam. Through February 1, in Chelsea.
  • NYC: Andisheh Avini, at Marianne Boesky Gallery. Through February 15, in Chelsea.
  • NYC: The Wayland Rudd Collection, a project organized by Yevgeniy Fiks, at Winkleman Gallery. Through February 15, in Chelsea.
  • NYC: Grounded, at Pace Gallery. Through February 22, on 25th Street in Chelsea.
  • NYC: Duke Riley, See You At the Finish Line, at Magnan Metz Gallery. Extended through January 25, in Chelsea.
  • NYC: Con/Text, at Lync Tham. Through February 16, on the Lower East Side.
  • NYC: Outside In, at Life on Mars. Through March 1, in Bushwick.
  • NYC: Piero della Francesca, Personal Encounters, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Through March 30, on the Upper East Side.
  • Fort Lauderdale: The Movement: Bob Adelman and Civil Rights Era Photography, at the Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale. Through May 17, in downtown.
  • Austin: Charles Long, at The Contemporary. Through April 20, at Laguna Gloria and the Jones Center.
  • Torrance, Calif.: Reverb: Music as Both Inspiration and Content in Contemporary Art, at the Torrance Art Museum. Through March 8.
  • Santa Ana, Calif.: Julianne Swartz and Ken Landauer, Miracle Report, at the Grand Central Art Center. Through May 11, in Downtown.
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