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Updated: Apr 23, 2019

Hey New York, we are offering you a selection of exhibitions that will be held soon in our wonderful city.

1. You can not ignore the big exhibition at the Whitney Museum of American Art with the most important representative of pop-art Andy Warhol — “From A to B and Back Again”, which will be up until March 31, 2019.

2. On the other side of the East River at The Brooklyn Museum from February 8, 2019 to May 12, 2019 we look forward to a wonderful exhibition called Frida Kahlo: Appearances Can Be Deceiving, which includes artifacts such as photographs, diaries, drawings, books, orthopedic corsets, hospital gowns, and half-used nail varnishes, among other things.

3. Back to Manhattan and note in your calendar that The Solomon R.Guggenheim Museum will be showing the first major solo exhibition of the Hilma af Klint's work in the United States with “Paintings for the Future” on view until April 23rd, 2019.

4. 303 Gallery at 555 W 21 St.from 11 Jan to 23 Feb 2019

will host an exhibition of Rodney Graham, whose multimedia works  incorporate diverse historical, philosophic, literary, and cinematic allusions.

5. At the same day right after 303 Gallery you can visit the David Zwirner gallery on 20th St., with a major exhibition of Charles White: Monumental Practice, who was an American artist known for his chronicling of African-american related subjects in paintings and murals. The exhibition will be there until February 16th, 2019.

6. The Wallach Art Gallery at Columbia University and the Musée d’Orsay partner to present an exhibition entitled Posing Modernity: The Black Model from Manet and Matisse to Today in New York and Le Modèle noir, de Géricault à Matisse in Paris. The exhibition will be on view at the Wallach from October 24, 2018 to February 10th, 2019, and will then be expanded at the Musée d'Orsay from March 26 to July 14, 2019, if you are planning to visit Paris. This exhibition explores the changing modes of representation of the black figure as central to the development of modern art.

7. And finally, join us on Thursday, January 24, 6–8 pm at Gagosian for the opening of German painter, printmaker, and sculptor Georg Baselitz: Devotion. Baselitz was a pioneer of Neo-Expressionism who rejected abstraction in favor of a recognizable subject matter, deliberately employing a raw style of rendering and heightened color palette in order to convey direct emotion (exhibition will be on view until March 16th, 2019).

Thank you! Hope to see you there!

Orchard Galerie Team

By Irina Chistikina


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