Installation view of “Tomorrows: Urban fictions for possible futures,” 2017, showing work by Zenovia Toloudi.

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Christian Marclay plays Alexander Calder’s Small Sphere and Heavy Sphere at the Whitney.


Is a ball going to hit the Dos Equis can? If so, when? Would it be the red one or the white one? Will the trash can scraped with a bow ever stop sounding? Can that tone—shimmering, sustained, somehow cosmically inclined—really be coming from just an empty metal cylinder?

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Clark Filio, Frodo, 2017.


For “Betrayal and Vengeance,” Clark Filio’s debut New York exhibition at Kimberly-Klark in Ridgewood, Queens, the artist is presenting six narrative-dense figurative oil paintings whose process and feel are in part informed by his 2009 experience studying with the legendary fantasy artist Rick Berry, who is renowned for, among other achievements, his work on Magic: The Gathering cards and the cover of William Gibson’s classic 1984 novel Neuromancer.

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Benny Andrews, Did the Bear Sit Under a Tree?, 1969, oil on canvas with painted fabric collage and zipper.

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Nicole Eisenman’s Skulptur Projekte Münster works.



Vandals have run away with the head of a sculpture Nicole Eisenman produced for Skulptur Projekte Münster.

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Installation view of “Subjektiv,” 2017, Malmö Konsthall, Malmö, Sweden.


Pictures at an Exhibition presents images of one notable show every weekday.

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Carol Rama, Annunciazione (Annunciation), 1985, mixed media on framed canvas, 12 ⅝ X 18 ⅞ inches.

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In advance of its opening in July 2018, Front International: Cleveland Triennial for Contemporary Art has named the 55 artists participating in its first edition.

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