Adel Abdessemed "Politics Of Drawing" @ Cahiers d'Art in Paris

Cahiers d'Art presents the exhibition, entitled Politics Of Drawing, of new works by Adel Abdessemed in their gallery space at 14, rue du Dragon, Paris 6th, which will be open until January 28, 2017. The exhibition will show three new editions by Adel Abdessemed published by Cahiers d'Art as well as one original drawing. photographs by Mazzy-Mae Green

Tom Wesselmann "A Different Kind of Woman" @ Almine Rech Gallery In Paris

In October 2016, Almine Rech Gallery will host an exhibition of historical artworks by Tom Wesselmann, inspired by the artist’s 1970 exhibition at Sidney Janis Gallery in New York. Wesselmann’s ‘Bedroom Tit Box’, a key performative work from the Janis exhibition, will be restaged in Paris for the first time. The work will be installed alongside seminal examples of Wesselmann’s post-collage works, making the exhibition at Almine Rech the most significant presentation of the artist’s work in Paris since his 1995 retrospective at the Fondation Cartier, and groundbreaking 1967 exhibition at Ileana Sonnabend Gallery. Tom Wesselmann "A Different Kind of Woman"  will be on view until December 21, 2016 at Almine Rech Gallery in Paris. photographs by Mazzy-Mae Green

Daphne Guinness Performs "Evening In Space" @ The Natural History Museum In London During Frieze Week

Daphne Guinness performs wearing a catsuit by Deborah Milner with LED lighting by Moritz Waldemeyer and Blue Topaz stones by Ostro Minerals during her performance at the Natural History Museum in London. photographs by Moritz Waldemeyer

Matthew Barney "Facility of Decline" @ Gladstone Gallery in New York

Gladstone Gallery presents Facility of DECLINE, an exhibition of early works from Matthew Barney’s 1991 New York debut at the gallery’s former SoHo location. Marking a continued collaboration between the artist and gallery, key sculptures, videos, and drawings from the series will be reunited for the first time in twenty-five years. Facility of DECLINE will be on view until October 22, 2016 at Gladstone Gallery in New York. Photographs by Adam Lehrer

Marc Horowitz "The Hall. Studio" Vernissage @ Mannerheim Gallery In Paris

The Hall.The Studio is a testament to the vibrant haphazardness of mundane reality, uniting Marc Horowitz’s background in cinematic and interactive projects with the lingering presence of classical art. Marc Horowitz "The Hall. Studio" will be open until November 26, 2016 @ Mannerheim Gallery in Paris. photographs by Mazzy-Mae Green

Karma Group Exhibition "Olympia" @ Galerie Patrick Seguin in Paris

In collaboration with the New York-based gallery Karma, Galerie Patrick Seguin presents Olympia in its Parisian space until November 26th, 2016. This exhibition is the latest in a series of annual shows at Galerie Patrick Seguin entitled Carte Blanche, for which international galleries are invited to organize exhibitions. The exhibition features works from 53 artists. photographs by Mazzy-Mae Green

Jong Oh and Jinsu Han "The Apotheosis of the Fish Market" Pop Up Exhibition and Performance @ Marc Straus Gallery in New York

Marc Straus presents a pop-up exhibition at its annex on 284 Grand Street: a 19th-century building that once housed a bustling fish market. Curated by Director Ken Tan, the exhibition features more than ten new site-specific installations by Korean artists Jong Oh and Jinsu Han. In the October 1976 issue of Artforum, the cover story by Nancy Foote, titled “The Apotheosis of the Crummy Space”, featured the Rooms show in what was then the recently opened P.S.1. Foote appreciated how the site “can be ‘amended’ subtly by small additions that comment on its nature and adapt their posture to its own; it can serve as a medium, directly or indirectly, also as subject,” and noted a “disaster area ambience.” Ever since the 1970’s, the unpolished, dilapidated quality of abandoned spaces have been favored by avant-garde artists who not only worked within but on the space itself: its floors, walls, ceilings and architectural features. 284 Grand Street was home to a Chinese family-operated seafood market, offering everything from baby shrimps to exotic sea urchins, but about two years ago the fishmongers vacated. In “The Apotheosis of the Fish Market”, a nod to Foote’s eponymous review, the site is finally exalted to the zenith of its existence before it makes way for a new building that will be constructed the following Spring. In reaction to its spatial configurations, Jinsu Han and Jong Oh have transformed two floors of the building into a gritty, sensory experience with their respective site-responsive installations. On view until December 1, 2016 at a Marc Straus  pop up space, 284 Grand Street. photographs by Adam Leher