The Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Foundation
March 24, 2018

Save the date - March 24, 2018, for the launch of The Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Foundation and the​ir​ inaugural exhibition "Milton Resnick Paintings 1937-1987." Simultaneous exhibitions of Resnick's work will be presented at Miguel Abreu Gallery​ ​and​ ​Cheim & Read​ (February 22 - March 31).

Sean Scully at the Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow
November 3, 2017

The Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow, will present Facing East, a solo exhibition featuring an expansive range of Sean Scully’s paintings and works on paper from 1967 to 2015, curated by Olga Sviblova, on view through December 10. The show will travel to the State Russian Museum – Marble Palace in St. Petersburg, Russia on February 15–April 9.

Jack Pierson: The Hungry Years
November 1, 2017

The Hungry Years collects the early photographs of Jack Pierson, taken throughout the 1980s—photographs that have increasingly captured the attention of the art world since they were first editioned in 1990. This forthcoming book, being published by Damiani, will be available in November, 2017. Text by Eileen Myles. Foreword by Stephen Shore.

Ghada Amer at Smithsonian National Museum of African Art
October 27, 2017

On October 27, 2017, the Smithsonian National Museum of African Art celebrates the dynamic, diverse arts of Africa at the second annual African Art Awards Dinner. This event honors the best in African art and arts philanthropy. This year's honorees are Ghada Amer, Mary Sibande and Alice Walton.

Louise Fishman at the Metropolitan Arts Centre, Belfast
October 20, 2017 – January 14, 2018

Shonky: The Aesthetics of Awkwardness is curated by John Walter​ and organized by Hayward Touring​.​​ The e​xhibition explores the nature of visual awkwardness through the work of artists and architects​. ​Shonky is a slang term meaning corrupt or bent, shoddy or unreliable, standing here for a particular type of visual aesthetic that is hand-made, deliberately clumsy and lo-fi, against the slick production values of much contemporary art.​ The exhibition proposes a more celebratory definition of ‘shonkiness’ and showing how it can be used for critical purposes in the visual arts to explore issues including gender, identity, beauty and the body. ​ It opens at the MAC in Belfast before embarking on a national tour to Dundee Contemporary Arts (DCA) and Bury Art Museum and Sculpture Centre.

Tal R at the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen
October 14 – January 21

The exhibition title Academy of Tal R should be understood as a mildly humorous provocation, since Tal R’s artwork always appears free, wild, searching, vital and simply unacademic. Through an overview of his work from the past twenty years and a series of new works, the exhibition shows that Tal R from the outset has been a storyteller with a special eye for the overlooked, hidden and repressed spaces of modern life. In his art and thinking, Tal R is constantly interested in everything that goes against conformity. This exhibition originated at  the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Humlebæk, Denmark.

Joan Mitchell at Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec
OCTOBER 12, 2017 - JANUARY 7, 2018

Mitchell / Riopelle: Nothing in Moderation

Canadian painter Jean-Paul Riopelle (1923-2002) and American painter Joan Mitchell (1925-1992) are, like Auguste Rodin and Camille Claudel, Man Ray and Lee Miller, Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo, Jackson Pollock and Lee Krasner, part of the constellation of romantic and artistic mythologies that are as tumultuous as they are prosperous, between admiration and abhorrence, emulation and jealously, solitude and accomplishment.

For the first time, an exhibition is examining their respective artistic careers in terms of their relationship, from the time they met in 1955, to their separation in 1979. Some 60 major works stemming from their work and their love story, will be assembled.

McDermott & McGough at Dallas Contemporary
October 1 – December 17, 2017

This autumn, Dallas Contemporary presents I’ve Seen the Future and I’m Not
, a retrospective exhibition exploring the work of celebrated artist duo McDermott &
McGough. Opening October 1st and organized by Dallas Contemporary adjunct curator Alison
M. Gingeras, the exhibition in Dallas will run concurrently with McDermott & McGough’s public
art installation The Oscar Wilde Temple in New York City.

Louise Fishman at the Weatherspoon Museum
September 30 - December 22, 2017

Louise Fishman: A Retrospective ​is comprised of ​works created by the artist over almost fifty years. ​Originally o​rganized by the Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase College, SUNY and curated by Helaine Posner, Chief Curator​.​

Jenny Holzer at Blenheim Palace
September 28 – December 31, 2017

Scheduled to run from September 28 – December 31, 2017, the exhibition—simply titled “Jenny Holzer at Blenheim Palace,” and composed of site-specific works—will seek to address the Palace’s military and political history through Holzer’s own practice that takes on such themes as power, conflict, and activism.


Of her involvement with the project, Holzer said, “My first visit to Blenheim Palace left me with too many ideas, on the complex past and its relevance to this knife-edge present.”

Louise Fishman Panel Discussion
October 12, 2017

Please join us on Thursday, October 12 from 6-8 pm for a panel discussion about Louise Fishman's work. Participants include: Louise Fishman, Josephine Halvorson, Ulrike Müller, Helaine Posner (moderator) and Nancy Princenthal.

Louise Bourgeois at the Museum of Modern Art
September 24 –January 28, 2018

Louise Bourgeois: An Unfolding Portrait explores the prints, books, and creative process of the celebrated sculptor Louise Bourgeois (1911–2010). Bourgeois’s printed oeuvre, a little-known aspect of her work, is vast in scope and comprises some 1,200 printed compositions, created primarily in the last two decades of her life but also at the beginning of her career, in the 1940s. The Museum of Modern Art has a prized archive of this material, and the exhibition will highlight works from the collection along with rarely seen loans. A special installation will fill the Museum’s Marron Atrium.

Louise Bourgeois at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art
September 7 - February 20, 2018

Louise Bourgeois (1911–2010) was one of the most brilliant and influential 20th-century artists. During a career that spanned over seven decades, she produced a varied and complex body of work—always dramatic, painful and very personal, which combined sexuality and psychoanalysis and contributed to developing feminist theory. The exhibition titled, Louise Bourgeois: Twosome, presents the first comprehensive overview of her work in Israel, focusing on relationships and the rare monumental sculpture, Twosome (1991).

William Eggleston at the Ogden Museum
JUNE 10 – OCTOBER 26, 2017

Released in 1980, four years after Eggleston’s landmark exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art, Troubled Waters, is a glimpse into the photographer’s most prolific decade. The Troubled Waters portfolio features fifteen dye transfer color prints. This series portrays rural and roadside life in and around the Mississippi Delta, Memphis and points between.

McDermott & McGough: The Oscar Wilde Temple
September 11 – December 2, 2017

On September 11, 2017,David McDermott and Peter McGough will unveil The Oscar Wilde Temple, an ambitious public installation work two decades in the making, conceived as a welcoming secular space to honor one of the earliest and most courageous forebears in the centuries-long struggle for gay liberation and to celebrate the fight for equality. The refusal of famed Irish author, novelist, poet, and playwright Oscar Wilde (1864-1900) to hide his sexuality
even when faced with imprisonment and hard labor, has resonated with McDermott &
McGough since the outset of their collaborative practice in the midst of the bohemian East Village art scene of the 1980s. Wilde’s example as an enemy of homophobia remains a bellwether of modern activism and is the basis for McDermott & McGough’s installation, which combines painting, sculpture, and site specific elements in a functioning environment that recalls the beautiful and provocative sensuousness of the Aesthetic Movement Wilde championed.

On view through December 2nd and organized by independent curator Alison Gingeras, The
Oscar Wilde Temple will be housed inside The Church of the Village on West 13th Street in the
heart of the Greenwich Village Historic District in New York City.

The Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation
July 24, 2017

Lynda Benglis, Jenny Holzer and Sean Scully are pleased to support the 2017 Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation Gala Auction with the donation of​ ​artworks.


The Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation is dedicated to the long-term health and well-being of all Earth’s inhabitants and supports projects around the world that build climate resiliency, protect vulnerable wildlife, and restore balance to threatened ecosystems and communities. The proceeds from this auction will benefit the vital environmental work of the Foundation, founded in 1998 by Leonardo DiCaprio.

Barry McGee and Clare Rojas at the Watari Museum of Contemporary Art
June 2 - September 30, 2007

​T​his show, titled Barry McGee & Clare Rojas: Big Sky Little Moon, at the Watari-Um in Tokyo comes exactly a decade after McGee's first exhibition at the same museum and features work created together with his wife, Clare Rojas. ​

Lynda Benglis at Museo Internacional del Barroco in Puebla, Mexico

Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Foundation

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