Marking the acquisition of a major trove of works, this large exhibition at MoMA traces the ways in which European artists of the 1920s and ‘30s harnessed technological and societal changes to create new kinds of art.
In Gregory Edwards’ fourth show with 47 Canal, paintings inspired by sojourns around the city imagine the ways that hardware and software have rewired both cities and the ways we conceptualize and move through them.
Spread across both Jack Shainman’s gallery locations, “Gordon Parks: Half and the Whole” showcases a 30-year selection of work from the iconic photographer, who documented African American life in the second half of the 20th century.
Mira Schor returns to Lyles & King in an exhibition showcasing paintings made between 2017 and the end of 2020. Known for her overtly political work, a group of Schor’s more reflective paintings created during the pandemic is also on view.