Please join us Tuesday March 28th for this month’s gallery crawl. It’s a random mix of shows this time.
We will meet at 11 a.m. at Apex Art, 291 Church St between Walker & White, to see “Neo Sincerity: The Difference Between the Comic and the Cosmic is a Single Letter,” curated by Amei Wallach. This multi-generational group show includes worky by William Anthony, Ida Applebroog, Hideaki Ariizumi, Atlas Group/Walid Raad, Tamy Ben-Tor, Paul Chan, Michael Combs, Thornton Dial, Matt Forderer, Regina Gilligan, David Hammons, Ilya & Emilia Kabakov, Melamid & William McClelland, Peter Land, Laura Nova, David Rees, Skart, Nancy Spero, Art Spiegelman, Marie Watt, Olav Westphalen, Paul Zaloom.
From there we will head north to the William Wegman show at Sperone Westwater, comprised of earlier work from the 70’s as well as many recent postcard paintings. Next we’ll see Tara Donovan’s installation at Pace Wildenstein, followed by Andrea Zittel at the New Museum. This exhibition, the first comprehensive solo exhibition of Zittel’s work in the United States, features the work she has created under the name A-Z Administrative Services. Her Living Units, Escape Vehicles and the complete line of A-Z Personal Uniforms will be on view at the New Museum, as will new work developed at A-Z West, the artist’s studio in California. Lastly, we’ll end up at Rachel Whiteread’s show of sculptures, drawings and collages at Luhring Augustine.
FYI, the admission to the New Museum is $6.Â We will probably walk from Sperone Westwater on 13th St to Pace on 22nd, and may stop for a bite in between.