Wexner Center for the Art’s Cinema Revival: A Festival of Film Restoration is online this year, and features a screening of Ja’Tovia Gary’s An Ecstatic Experience. Gary will also be in conversation with Black Film Center/Archive Director Dr. Terri Francis, and both events begin on February 25, 2021.View Source
Opening February 16th, Moody Center for the Arts’ upcoming exhibition Artists and the Rothko Chapel: 50 Years of Inspiration includes a restaging of the 1975 show Marden, Novros, Rothko: Painting in the Age of Actuality, which features immersive installations of paintings by David Novros.View Source
Works by Bernd and Hilla Becher, Sol LeWitt, Claes Oldenburg, and Robert Wilson are in the group exhibition “Multiples, Inc. 1965-1992” at Marian Goodman Gallery through February 27, 2021.View Source
The Editors of Art Agenda highlighted Veronica Ryan’s forthcoming exhibition at Spike Island in their roundup of “The year that wasn’t.” Initially scheduled to open in 2020, the show, titled “Along a Spectrum,” was postponed to May 29, 2021.View Source
The current issue of Millennium Film Journal includes a review of Bruce Conner’s film LOOKING FOR MUSHROOMS, Ja’Tovia Gary’s film The Giverny Document (Single Channel), and Christian Marclay’s video work 48 War Movies.View Source
Walid Raad’s one-person exhibition at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam won the 2020 AICA Award from the association of Dutch art critics. The prize is presented yearly, and is awarded alternately to an exhibition, a publication or an arts organization.View Source
Paula Cooper Gallery celebrates the launch of a new seasonal gallery in Palm Beach, Florida from December 2020 to May 2021.View Source
PALM BEACH, FL—Paula Cooper Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of a new seasonal gallery in Palm Beach, Florida from December 2020 to May 2021. The temporary gallery will be located at 243A Worth Avenue—the historic commercial street in the heart of Palm Beach and home to many of the town’s most dynamic and celebrated businesses.
“The opportunity came to us rather serendipitously through Jane Holzer, who has a residence there and is a partner in Le Bilboquet, a new French restaurant opening nearby on Worth Avenue,” says Steve Henry, Senior Director of the gallery. “With the cancellation of art fairs and constraints on travel, the pandemic has propelled us to adapt—to find new ways to share our artists’ work. There has always been a passionate and discerning art community in Palm Beach and, of course, in neighboring Miami. With so many people planning extended stays there this year, it made a lot of sense for us to open a temporary space. Our location on Worth Avenue is particularly exciting—we will be nestled between historic businesses, restaurants, and lively pedestrians vias. We look forward to welcoming the sunshine while engaging with collectors, colleagues and friends with whom we have a long history as well as those new to us.”
In celebration of the vibrant life of Palm Beach and the surrounding area, the inaugural exhibition will present drawings and sculpture by Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen with a focus on their images of food, sport, music, and other symbols of pleasure. Subsequent exhibitions will present exemplary works of painting, sculpture, photography, and mixed-media by artists including Cecily Brown, Sol LeWitt, Eric N. Mack, Paul Pfeiffer, and Dan Walsh, among others.