Tagged: steve turner contemporary

Calendar. 05.07.14.

A detail from A Land Reform 5, by Camilo Restrepo, at Steve Turner Contemporary in Los Angeles
A detail from A Land Reform 5, by Camilo Restrepo. Part of the artist’s solo exhibit, El Sueño de la Razón Produce Monstruos, at Steve Turner Contemporary. Through May 31, in Mid-Wilshire. Do not miss this show!! (Photo by C-M.)

  • Anchorage: Gyre, The Plastic Ocean, at the Anchorage Museum. Through September 6.
  • L.A.: Rina Banerjee: Disgust, at L.A. Louver. Opens Thursday, in Venice.
  • L.A.: de LaB is organizing an architect’s home tour on the East Side of L.A. for this Saturday, starting at noon. Tickets and RSVP required.
  • Charlotte, N.C.: Aurora Robson, Stayin’ Alive, at the McColl Center for Visual Art. Opens Friday at 6pm. The exhibition is free, but RSVP is preferred for the opening. There will be an artist talk at 6:30pm.
  • Philadelphia: Michelle Handelman, Beware the Lily Law, at the Eastern State Penitentiary. Ongoing.
  • NYC: Kara Walker, A Subtlety, at the Domino Sugar Factory. Opens this Sunday at noon, in Williamsburg.
  • NYC: Charles James: Beyond Fashion, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Opens Thursday, on the Upper East Side.
  • NYC: Lygia Clark: The Abandonment of Art 1948-1988, at the Museum of Modern Art. Opens Saturday, in Midtown.
  • NYC: The Shaped Canvas, Revisited: Works from 1961-2014, at Luxembourg & Dayan. Opens next Tuesday, on the Upper East Side.
  • NYC: Sophie Calle, Rachel, Monique, at the Episcopal Church of the Heavenly Rest. Opens Friday, on the Upper East Side.
  • NYC: Lynda Barry: Everything Part 1, at Adam Baumgold Gallery. Opens next Tuesday, May 13, at 6pm.
  • NYC: Mika Rottenberg, Bowls Balls Souls Holes, at Andrea Rosen Gallery. Opens today, in Chelsea.
  • NYC: Hiroshi Sugimoto, Still Life, at Pace. Opens Thursday at 6pm, in Chelsea.
  • NYC: Hot House, a group show collaboration between Julia Kennedy, KnowMoreGames and Night Gallery. Opens Thursday at 1pm, in Harlem.
  • NYC: Matt Town, SOAP, at Microscope Gallery. Opens Saturday at 6pm, in Bushwick.
  • NYC: The Outsider Art Fair, at Center 548. Opens Thursday, in Chelsea.
  • Beacon, N.Y.: Carl Andre: Sculpture as Place, 1958-2010, at Dia: Beacon. Through March 2, 2015. And whether you go or not, read this piece on Andre by Mira Schor.
  • Online: The Women of Xochiquetzal. Remarkable photographs by Bénédicte Desrus of a home for sex workers in Mexico City.

Art Fairs: Super quick update.

Volta is meh. But if you’re there, head straight for Steve Turner Contemporary’s booth which has this piece by Deborah Grant. It is pretty dang epic, charting the all-kinds-of-tragic life of painter William H. Johnson in a series of illustrations that creep out from the center. Click on the image to supersize. Click here to see a detail. (Photo by C-M.)