His Mark features a collection of new and recent video installations, including never-before-shown self-portrait work and 3D video.
Mohawk Artist Shelley Niro’s First Major Retrospective Opens at the National Museum of the American Indian
Shelley Niro: 500 Year Itch confronts the challenges of being Indigenous and female in the United States and Canada. On view in NYC.
Flowers on a River: The Art of Chinese Flower-and-Bird Painting, 1368–1911
Over 100 masterworks by 59 artists spanning the Ming and Qing dynasties are on view at China Institute Gallery in New York.
Our Place: to the moon and back on a rocketship from Rome
Tom Osgood’s final sculptures accompany design objects by his daughter Ravenna that celebrate domestic joys. On view at form & concept in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
The Bennett Prize’s Rising Voices 3 Showcases Women Figurative Realist Painters
Creating an art prize and traveling exhibition featuring women artists is not for the faint of heart.
The International Ceramic Art Fair Returns to the Gardiner Museum
Canada’s renowned center for clay hosts a celebration of some of the most compelling recent ceramic art. On view in Toronto from June 8 to 18.
Wrightwood 659 Documents 1980s Black Gay Chicago in Patric McCoy: Take My Picture
The exhibition captures underrepresented stories of Black gay men from all walks of life during this pivotal decade. Now on view in Chicago.
SCAD Alumni Artists at Photo London Explore Womanhood and Femininity
Photographs by Mona Bozorgi and Emma Creighton Hopson are on view at the UK photo fair from May 10 to 14.
The NYU Abu Dhabi Art Gallery Confronts Contemporary Landscapes in the only constant
Featuring Tarek Al-Ghoussein, Patty Chang, Gil Heitor Cortesão, Sharon Lockhart, Taus Makhacheva, Haroon Mirza, Clifford Ross, Thomas Struth, and Vivek Vilasini.
The Museum of Craft and Design Presents Fight and Flight: Crafting a Bay Area Life
Bay Area art is what Bay Area artists make. The San Francisco exhibition features 23 local artists who call this untenable place a creative home.
Bowery Gallery Presents Adrianne Lobel: Reflections on a Pond
The artist’s latest series of graphic and geometric paintings is inspired by the landscape and its reflection on her pond in upstate New York.
Breaking the Rules: Paul Wonner and Theophilus Brown Opens at the Crocker Art Museum
The most comprehensive exhibition of this California couple ever mounted is on view in Sacramento.