This Week in the Art World: February 20th – February 26th
February 21, 2017 by
Event: The Jewish Museum’s Annual Purim Ball 2017 / Ticketed
Cocktails and dinner will be served at the Purim ball and will be honoring Deborah Kass. Hosted by the Jewish Museum Young Patrons, the after-party gathers young professionals and culturally engaged New Yorkers. The evening will feature an open bar, music by DJ Cameron Smalls & Tully, delicious passed hors d’oeuvres and dessert, and an interactive photo booth.
The Jewish Museum 1109 5th Ave at 92nd St New York, NY 10128
Opening: Harvey Quaytman “Hone”
Harvey Quaytman: Hone, an exhibition of paintings from this crucial figure of late-era American abstraction. A fully illustrated catalog will accompany this exhibition with an essay by Steven Henry Madoff.
Van Doren Waxter 23 East 73rd Street New York, NY 10021
Opening: “30 Under 30” Juried by Vernita Nemec
Viridian Artists is pleased to present for the first time, an exhibition of artists who are all under 30 years of age. With a reception to meet the artists, Thursday, February 23, 6-8PM. In a world changing culturally and politically more rapidly than ever, these artworks perhaps offer a clue to future ways artists look at their lives and times through art making.
Viridian Artists INC, 548 West 28th Street 6th Floor, Suite 632 New York City, New York 10001
Opening: Andreas Kocks “PLACES”
Winston Wachter Fine Art, New York, is pleased to announce PLACES, its fourth solo exhibition with German artist Andreas Kocks. In PLACES, Kocks expresses motion and spontaneity through meticulously cut and crafted paper sculptures.
Winston Wachter Fine Art 530 West 25th Street New York, NY 10011
In his first solo exhibition in the United States, Leonhard Hurzlmeier continues his painterly examination of women and women’s portraits. Under the title All New Women, he presents a selection of paintings dealing with women’s different social roles, and thus expands his thematic repertoire, which up to now has mostly been devoted to the everyday.
Rachel Uffner Gallery 170 Suffolk Street New York, NY 10002
In celebration of Women’s History Month, FemiNest advocates and explores new spaces and places for women in the home, society, culture and politics. Through a variety of mediums, each artist investigates the concept of a nest – both figuratively and abstractly. Themes include gender-specific production and consumption, physical and emotional protection, spirituality, social behaviors inside and out of the domestic landscape, and the void in which cultural palimpsests continue to rewrite history.
Equity Gallery 245 Broome Street, New York, NY 10002
Top Image // “Black Beach Beauty” by Leonhard Hurzlmeier