Antony Hegarty is to stage a solo art show from the end of the month at the Sikkema Jenkins gallery in New York.
Hegarty, known for his ventures into other artistic mediums, will host an exhibition called The Cut, based around themes surrounding his 2012 album Cut the World.
The work, a press release from the musician says, was inspired by Hegarty’s poem of the same name and attempts to “address universal artistic or social ideas and poetically suggests the healing potential of art”.
It’ll run from 31 May – 12 July, with more information available here :
A legend among New York art dealers, Paula Cooper has used her gallery to promote the avant-garde for nearly half a century, spanning from the conceptual and Minimalist art of the 1960s to the cutting-edge new media work of the present moment. Today we are proud to showcase art by some of Paula Cooper's most celebrated artists, including Sophie Calle, Sam Durant, and Joel Shapiro.
Ellsworth Kelly–who turns 90 in May–as well as a “Pataphysical Bus Tour” with Kenneth Goldsmith, who ends his residency at the museum on a double-decker bus tour of New York. Thru September 8, 2013
At Moma The Museum Of Modern Art of New York
- Scenes from the South 1936 - 2012
@ Howard Greenberg Gallery
Liars Will Play the Temple of Dendur at METROPOLITAN Museum of New York
New York City’s hottest rock club, the Temple of Dendur at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, will provide the backdrop for a concert by the punk-ish, dance-y, experimental-esque band Liars.The concert takes place May 18 as part of the museum’s “PUNK: Chaos to Couture” exhibition.
Versus / Versace
The repositioned Versus Versace brand will launch on May 15th. The brand will be digitally focused and non-seasonal. In addition to a core collection, Versus will feature capsule collections with young designers. A video of Donatella Versace talking about the brand will be released on the Versus YouTube page. [versusversace.com]
Marisa Merz at Gladstone Gallery New York
Thru May 18, 2013
NADA NEW YORK May 10 - 12, 2013
The second edition of NADA NYC will take place May 10-12 on Pier 36 at Basketball City located at 299 South Street on the East River.
NADA’s non profit model has always been a flexible and adaptable one, which continues to respond to the needs of its exhibitors and the art world at large by creatively reinventing the experience and presentation of art in a fair enviornment. NADA NYC is dedicated to showcasing new art, and to celebrating the rising talents from around the globe.
Frieze Art Fair New York
The second edition of Frieze New York will take place from 10th till 13th of May in Randall’s Island. Designed by SO – IL architects, Frieze New York is held in a unique structure with a breathtaking view on the East River. Over 180 of the world’s leading contemporary art galleries will show their beauties but not only. The program includes special curated sections as Frieze Projects, Frieze Sounds, Frieze Talks, the Sculpture Park, Stand Prize and a new addition to the fair, the Frieze New York Education space. Frieze have also curated its “recreational” side by providing restaurants corners by Frankies Spuntino, Sant Ambroeus, The Fat Radish, Roberta’s, Mission Chinese, Blue Bottle Coffee and Court Street Grocers. As it’s London’s sister, Frieze never disappoint its visitors. So pay a visit to the Island in the Island this weekend, and have fun with art, have brunch, buy yourself some art. (Via The Harlow)
Sound Spill Exhibition Preview
CURATED BY THOM O’NIONS AND RICHARD SIDES
8 – 26 MAY 2013
Cory Arcangel, André Avelãs, John Baldessari, Trisha Baga, Michael Bell-Smith, Ben Cain, Peter Coffin, David Raymond Conroy, Melissa Dubbin and Aaron S. Davidson, Peter Fischli and David Weiss, Lesley Flanigan, James Hoff, Stephen Sharp and Roc Jiménez de Cisneros, Lucky Dragons, Oliver Payne, Amalia Pica, Seth Price, Hannah Sawtell, Lorenzo Senni, Ben Vida, Raphaël Zarka
Dennis Hopper :The Lost Album
At Gagosian Gallery Thru June 22, 2013
MAY 3 - JUNE 8, 2013
At GAGOSIAN GALLERY
522 West 21st Street
New York, NY 10011
T. 212.741.1717 F. 212.741.0006
Hours: Tue-Sat 10-6