In this body of work, on view through May 4th, McDonough leaves behind his main stomping grounds, the streets of New York City, and sets out on the road, traveling throughout the United States during the summer months of the 1970s and early 80s.

As DeMaio’s inaugural solo exhibition at Sacred Gallery, I Walk The Line features over 20 monochromatic paintings and drawings, marking a departure from his former vibrant pop culture-filled canvases. By restricting his color choice to black, white and silver, DeMaio focuses on the strength of his line and detail in the worlds he creates. Using sources from anatomical drawings in Grey’s Anatomy to studies of ice cream cones, DeMaio fills these realistic figures with playful, swirling and surreal objects from skulls to clowns and crosses.

The Drawing Center presents Giosetta Fioroni:L’Argento, the artist’s first solo exhibition in North America. Featuring over seventy drawings, thirty paintings, ten illustrated books, three films, and related ephemera, Giosetta Fioroni: L’Argento will not only expand our understanding of post-World War II Italian art but also enable a crucial reinvestigation of the Pop aesthetic more generally. The presentation will extend through all three of The Drawing Center’s exhibition spaces, and is curated by Claire Gilman, Curator. Opening reception Thursday, April 4th.

William Blake said that poetry and art are ʻways to converse with paradiseʼ. In Lannie Hartʼs exhibition showing through April 19th, she attempts to connect one paradise with the other. Harts surreal painting “Emilyʼs Garden” relates to not only the series of garden poems by Emily Dickinson but to the soul of Dickinson as she vomits flowers.

New Wave Finland co-curator Timothy Persons leads Helsinki School artists Anni Leppälä and Saana Wang in a conversation on their photographic processes, the Helsinki School, and new currents in international contemporary photography on April 2nd. 

This April, Soho Photo is totally dedicated to Street Photography 2013, a special exhibition that features work by eleven acclaimed guest street photographers and twenty four house photographers. In all, nearly seventy images spanning the past fifty years are being exhibited and represent a wide range of approaches to the genre that has produced some of the most iconic images in photography.

At this fun and innovative four-day contemporary art show opening on April 4th, you can snag exciting new original works from recent MFA grads, up-and-coming artists and even a few household names. More than 80 galleries are set to have items on display, with thousands of original paintings, prints, sculptures and photographs for sale all under one roof, ranging from $100 to $10,000 (more than half are priced under $5,000). 

Luigi Ghirri’s work perfectly straddles the line between postcard and surrealist photography. The 25 vimtage color photographs, on exhibitionthrough April 20th, are gorgeous visions of Italian landscapes: proto-Instagram, they are almost unrealistically scenic. Yet they are also deceptively wry, needing further inspection to catch the deadpan humor. 

Michael Katz is a celebrated writer, doctor, and visual artist based in New York City. Form Is Emptiness, his first exhibit for the Tibet House US opening on March 14th, is an impressive display of his abstract expressionist work. Working with acrylic and mixed media, Katz skillfully combines fragments into cohesive and dynamic images full of color and depth. Each piece is reflective of the energy and layers of the Buddhist journey, communicating a sense of possibility, freedom, and spontaneity

Fountain Art Fair is proud to announce the official exhibitor list for its 8th annual New York exhibition this March 8th – 10th. The prestigious, geographically diverse lineup showcases a selection of over 50 exhibitors from cities across the world, from New York to Japan, with work ranging from modern to the avant garde.

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