Art digest New York, May 1-8

Orchard Galerie happy to share with you three exhibitions which you can find very attractive in New York this week.


1. Hauser & Wirth, Sherman - utill July 29th.



Hauser & Wirth New York presents over one hundred works from Sherman’s most groundbreaking and influential early series – including the complete set of 70 Untitled Film Stills, Rear Screen Projections and Centerfolds – in her first major solo exhibition with the gallery. Visit before 29 of July.


2. MoMA PS1 Deana Lawson - until September 5th.



Deana Lawson this exhibition at MoMA PS1 presents the work of a singular voice in photography today. For more than 15 years, Lawson has been exploring and challenging conventional representations of Black life through photography, drawing on a wide spectrum of photographic languages, including the family album, studio portraiture, staged tableaux, documentary pictures, and appropriated images. Through September 5.


3. Perrotin, Daydream - until June 11th.



Perrotin presents Daydream, a solo exhibition by artist Josh Sperling where Sperling’s largest, marks a return to key motifs in the artist’s practice, developed over the course of the last decade and re-articulated by Sperling in this new body of work. Additionally, in Daydream, the Ithaca-based painter debuts a new series, continuing his investigation into the material possibilities of color and form. Until June 11.

Art-digest by Irina Chistikina