Our picks for what to do this week in the art world.

March 21st

Show: Dining by Design

It’s the last day to visit The 19th annual Dining by Design event. Held by DIFFA in an effort to support their cause, the event opened on the 19th on Pier 92 in conjunction with the Architectural Digest Home Design Show on Pier 24. The event showcases designers, manufacturers and creative individuals who bring their vision and passion to the table by way of dining installations. The show will also feature a silent auction including select items from the dining installations, as well as luxury goods, and travel experiences. Of course, all proceeds from the auction and show will go to DIFFA in their effect to fight AIDS. If you are feeling adventurous, you might even still be able to snag a ticket to their Gala event Monday night.

March 22nd

Talk: Studio Job MAD HOUSE

Photo//Museum of Art and Design

Studio Job MAD HOUSE opens on March 22nd  will be the first American solo museum exhibition of the work of collaborators Job Smeets and Nynke Tynagel, who established Studio Job, in Antwerp in the early 2000’s. While you may want to explore the exhibit during the day, the main event is in the evening when Smeets and Tynagel will hold a talk discussing their work.

Museum of Arts and Design, 2 Columbus Circle New York, NY 10019. 7pm- 9pm

March 23rd

Opening: Andrew Thiele, Used and Abused at One Art Space

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Photo// Andew Thiele

One Art Space in Tribeca will be debuting the first solo show of Andrew Thiele entitled  “Used & Abused.” The show will focus on the vast changes the city of New York has faced over the past decade and will be debuting up to 20 new painting by the well-known artist. This means that if you are a fan of Thiele’s work, you should prepare to be surprised for he has made it quite clear that he will be reaching into new mediums and pushing his boundaries.

One Art Space, 23 Warren St, New York NY 10007, Opening Reception 7-10pm.

March 24th

Opening: Batman v. Superman at Taglialatella Gallery

Mr. Brainwash, Batman, 2016, Mixed media on paper

Whether you are a fan of the upcoming movie or not, this show is worth a visit. Taglialatella Galleries has brought together a collection of pop-art masters including Peter Mars, Mr. Brainwash, and Andy Warhol, to bring you this exciting new comic book inspired show. The concept for the show is perhaps a bit off the beaten path for your average gallery-goer, but you have to commend the galleries apt timing and list of top-notch artists.

Taglialatella Galleries, 231 Tenth Avenue, New York, New York 10011. Opening Reception 6-8pm

All Week Long

Exhibit: Unfinished at the Met Breuer 

Photo// The Met Breuer

If you didn’t get a chance to check out any of the Met Breuer’s opening weekend events, now is the time to see the building and exhibit for yourself! The Met Breuer, which is situated in the old Whitney Museum, has opened its first exhibit to a resounding applause. Unfinished explores the meaning of the word “finished” when it comes to art and features the work of numerous artists both well know, and more obscure.

The Met Breuer, 945 Madison Avenue New York, NY 10021. The Museum is open Tuesday and Wednesday: 10 am–5:30 pm, Thursday and Friday: 10 am–9 pm, Saturday and Sunday: 10 am–5:30 pm.