The Paula Cooper Gallery presents an exhibition of works by Hans Haacke. The show, on view from October 25 to November 22 at 521 West 21st Street in New York, will include installation, sculpture, and photography from various periods of Haacke’s fifty-year career.
Christopher Wool’s installation in the library at The Brant Foundation in Connecticut as part of the exhibition Deliverance. photograph by Laura Wilson
Part two of artist Daniel Arsham’s film Future Relic 02. See Arsham’s upcoming exhibit, entitled Welcome to the Future, on view during Art Basel Miami at Locust Projects. For the installation, Arsham transforms the gallery into an excavation site, digging trench in the gallery’s floor that holds thousands of calcified artifacts—a muted cacophony of 20th century media devices. Mounds of boom boxes, electric guitars, SLR cameras, Blackberries, game controllers, VHS tapes, Walkmans, film projectors, and portable televisions, rendered in crystal, volcanic ash, and other minerals fill the pit, collapsing linear narratives of past, present, and future.
For his first exhibition with Sprüth Magers, Andro Wekua will transform the London gallery by installing a wall constructed of rough breeze blocks, partially obscuring the view into the space through the large bay window. While from the exterior the blocks will be untreated and exposed, the interior side of the wall will have a smooth white surface as if to disguise it from within, allowing the wall to blend seamlessly into the interior space. Within the gallery, Wekua will suspend from the ceiling a life-sized sculpture of an androgynous adolescent. Andro Wekua’s Some Pheasants In Singularity will be on view at Sprüth Magers until November 15, 7A Grafton Street London
Artist Manfred Kielnhofer’s sculpture Guardian’s of Time is erected to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. photograph by Artist
Summer Bowie at Sushi Timein San Francisco. photograph by Oliver Maxwell Kupper
Asya Geisberg Gallery presents Mira Dancy and Sarah Peters in “BODYRITE”, an exhibition of paintings and sculpture. The duo’s seemingly opposite oeuvres – acid-hued graphic paintings and terracotta miniatures – award us with the possibilities of reimagining the female body as a series of poses, affects, or mere outlines. BODYRITE will be on view until November 26 at Asya Geisberg Gallery 537B West 23rd Street
Chinese photographer Ren Hang’s photographs on view now at Gallery Nicola Hugo, La rue de Médicis