Monday, March 29, 2010

My Monday List for March 29

My Lists of odds and ends that I find interesting

Manhee Bak: Unrolling Time, from April 6 through 22nd at John Jay College of the City of New York. He is a really interesting artist. More information can be found on his website. The reception is on April 8th from 5-7.
Marina Abramovic, The Artist is Present at MoMA through May 31. Marian Abromavic is performance artist who is having a retrospective of her work. The New York Times has a good review of the show here. On the MoMA site you can experience the show here.
The Drawings of Bronzino at the Met, through April 18. Gomaar reviewed the show well, and this looks like a show that I should not miss before it ends in April.
Flemish Illumination in the Era of Catherine Cleves at the Morgan Library. Gomaar gave it a really good review. It is up now through May 2
The 2010 Whitney Biennial is up on until May 30th. This is always an event that is worth seeing. Holland Carter of the New York Times gave it a good review. You can read it here.
Ken Price: "New Sculpture" through April 10 at Matthew Marks Gallery in Chelsee
• Two exhibitions at Duke Riley: Those About to Dia Salute You and Daniel Bozhkov: Rebulik of Pertual Reconstitution and Rebuild through April the 25 at the Queens Museum of Art I don't know much about the artists but it does look very interesting.
• On Tuesday, March 30th and Saturday April 3rd, Kukuli Velarde will be at Barry Friedman working her mural for here show Patrimonio. She has a blog in which you can comment directly to her here. The shows up until April 17th.
Geometric Themes and Variations through April 10 at Gallery Onetwentyeight. Joanne Mattera is part of this group show. It is an intimate gallery and I like her work, so it is worth noting.

More information on what is showing can be found here.

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