Josephine Meckseper has never been shy to critique and (re)-create contemporary perceptions of consumer culture. Catch her newest show at Andrea Rosen Gallery through January 18: http://bit.ly/18ighSS
Tom Sachs digs a hole to China. #tbt
We’re lusting for our summer beach days and Creative Time’s sand castle competition:
Marjorie Salvaterra isn’t afraid to take chances. In her series, “Her”, she turns the mirror on herself and her own tangled feelings of what it means, in a universal sense, to be a woman and a mother.
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Everything you need to know in culture this week: Gaultier at the Brooklyn Museum & Dior in Shanghai, Deitch and the 80s at The Hole, Fall Balls and the Ultimate Space Show.
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London-based artist Raqib Shaw stages a Chelsea takeover with Pace Gallery. Attend the opening reception of “Paradise Lost” tonight (6-8 PM; 508, 510, 534 West 25th Street): http://bit.ly/19HbsG4
Sargent’s Daughters, a new gallery in the Lower East Side, proves the pertinence of painting as a medium. Painting 101 opens tonight (179 East Broadway, 6-8 PM): http://bit.ly/1elTsEQ
KAWS debuts new sculptures and paintings at Mary Boone Gallery in NYC this weekend. More via Grey Area:
On the eve of the opening of PERFORMA, the editor of Modern Painters (ARTINFO), has taken up a personal cause: Send Marina Abramovic to retirement. Bold move!
Everything you need to know in culture this week: Chris Wool’s blockbuster show at the Guggenheim, new works by Richard Serra at Gagosian, Performa Biennial opening, Lake Bell’s hilarious new film, Daniel Craig in Betrayal on Broadway and our alternative Halloween plans.
Check out our recommendations from the worlds of art, film, and theater: http://bit.ly/17W51et
Japanese photographer Eikoh Hosoe utilizes the contours of the human body to create abstract, expressionistic black-and-white compositions. Read more: http://bit.ly/17W5T2G