An especially fun Michelangelo Pistoletto mirror piece greeting visitors to Luhring Augustine's super-concentrated mini-survey in Bushwick, The Minus Objects 1965-1966 (through May 11).
Chiharu Shiota's incredible three-story installation “Trace of Memory" (2013) at the Mattress Factory.
Rebecca Morgan's brand new painting “Self-Portrait as a Dirty Girl” (2014) is in The Monstrous Self, the exhibition I curated at the SPRING/BREAK Art Show (through March 9).
David Antonio Cruz's drippy mixed media painting “forapieceofanapplepie” (2013) from his recent show at Momenta Art, alwaysagoodtime.
A partial installation view of The Monstrous Self—with works by Caroline Wells Chandler and Valery Estabrook—the exhibition I curated at the SPRING/BREAK Art Show (through March 9).
Fortunato Depero's wild painting “Flora e fauna magica” (“Magical Flora and Fauna”) from 1920, from the Center for Italian Modern Art's Depero presentation (through June 28). I recently wrote about the Center’s opening.
This untitled Philip Guston etching from 1969 was one of the many wonderful diminutive works in The Age of Small Things, a recent show at DODGEgallery.
Phyllida Barlow's amazing “TIP” (2013) greets visitors to the Carnegie Museum of Art and the 2013 Carnegie International (through March 16).
Another piece from Deborah Grant's “God's Voice in the Midnight Hours” (2013) series, featured in her recently-closed exhibition at the Drawing Center, Christ You Know it Ain’t Easy!!.
This, “Le Moulin de la Galette” (1886-87) at the Carnegie Museum of Art, is by far the least “van Gogh” painting by Vincent van Gogh I’ve ever seen. Clearly they compensated by putting it in an extreme frame.