Volume 31, No. 2, Jun 2008
Shows Not To Miss
Drawing on Film with films by Len Lye, Harry Smith, Norman McLaren, Pierre Hébert as veterans with contemporary artists Jennifer West, Amy Granat and many more at The Drawing Center, 35 Wooster St., SoHo through 24 July.
Earl Cunningham’s America at American Folk Art Museum, New York City through 7 September.
“Bill Wood’s Business” at International Center of Photography through 7 September.
Heavy Light: Recent Photography and Video from Japan at International Center of Photography through 7 September.
Warhol’s Jews at Jewish Museum, New York City through 3 August.
The Culture of Collage at Pavel Zoubok Gallery, 422 W. 23rd St., New York City through 8 August.
The Sound Idea Continues… including art recordings on CD with signed prints at June Kelly Gallery, 591 Broadway, New York with exhibition “Crossing the Line” in sound and print through 1 August. www.junekellygallery.com
Gary Panter at Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum in Ridgefield, Connecticut through 31 August. aldrichart.org
Framing a Century: Master Photographers, 1840-1940 through 1 September at Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City.
J.M. W. Turner at the Metropolitan Museum, New York City, through 21 September.
Louise Bourgeois retrospective at the Guggenheim Museum in New York City through 28 September.
Paul McCarthy: Central ?Symmetrical Rotation Movement: Three Installations, Two Films through 12 October at the Whitney Museum of American Art, NYC.
Styrofoam, curated by Judith Tanenbaum at the Rhode Island School of Design through 20 July with participants such as Shirley Tse, Heide Fasnacht, Richard Tuttle, Bruce Pearson and Steve Keister.
Philip Guston: Works on Paper at Morgan Library & Museum through 31 August.
Mapplethorpe: Polaroids at the Whitney through 7 September.
Frida Kahlo: Self-Portraits at San Francisco Museum of Moderna Art through 28 September.
Cy Twombly at the Tate Modern through 14 September.