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Free Upcoming Events
John Baldessari: Installation Works: 1987–1989
This exhibition is dedicated to an important period for John Baldessari during the late 1980s. Many of the pieces were pervious installations of a collection of Balessari. The dwarf and rhinoceros installation shows figures of different ways each piece is uniquely presented. The artwork is devoted to the cultural memory of Spain.
Location: Marian Goodman Gallery
Address: 24 W 57th St New York
Date/Hour: Now til Auf 23rd; Mon–Sat 10am–6pm
Reinventing Abstraction is an exhibition that shows a group of unique painters expressing individualism and an eccentric approach to abstractions during the 1980s. Most of the artists’ work was to explore gestures, imprecation and cultural allusions. Most of the pieces are very colorful and abstract. It is a great exhibit curated by poets and artistic critics.
Location: Cheim & Read
Address: 547 W 25th St New York
There is plenty of sight seeing throughout the High Line. Artist Carol Bove has taken over the space with her work of art. Along the High Line you will see seven abstract spiral sculptures. Many colors and sizes, each sculpture has its own style and esthetic appeal. Advance reservations are required.
Location: The High Line
Address: Washington St at Gansevoort St Meatpacking District New York
Date/Hour: Now- Sept 28; Daily 7am–11pm
This two-person exhibition features the work of John Chamberlain and Sam Francis. Chamberlain’s sculptures are from a range throughout his career. Forms of steel, foam, cord and many other industrial items are used to create these colorful sculptures. As for Francis’s art work, many clusters of blue cell-like forms floating against white backgrounds center most of the exhibition. These burst with color throughout the Van Doren Waxter right up the museum.
Location: Van Doren Waxter
Address: 23 E. 73rd St., New York, NY 10021
Date/Hour: Now- September 27; Monday – Friday, 10 AM to 5 PM