Photos by G. Various Artists.
Here’s a list of exhibits that are worth checking out if you are in the New York area between now and May 2015. This beats sitting on the couch and texting, according to G.
I Want To Cum In Your Heart by John Giorno
“Space Forgets You” by John Giorno at Elizabeth Dee Gallery (located at 545 West 20th Street) through May 9, 2015.
Paula Hayes – Gazing Globes
“Gazing Globes” by Paula Hayes. Through April 19, 2015 at Madison Square Park. (23rd Street and Park Ave).
“God Complex” by Joseph Grazi
“God Complex” by Joseph Grazi at Joseph Gross Gallery (located at 548 West 28th Street #232) through May 2, 2015.
Thomas Nozkowski 2015 at Pace Gallery
New work by Thomas Nozkowski at Pace Gallery (located at 510 West 25th Street) through April 25, 2015.
“Cacophonous” by Robert Irwin at Pace Gallery
“Cacophonous” by Robert Irwin at Pace Gallery (located at 534 West 25th Street) through May 9, 2015.
“Mise-En-Scene” by William Basso at Last Rites Gallery
“Mise-En-Scene” by William Basso at Last Rites Gallery (located at 325 West 38th Street) through May 16, 2015.
The Drawing Room – Hans De Op Beeck
“The Drawing Room” by Hans De Op Beeck at Marianne Boesky Gallery (located at 509 West 24th Street) through May 2, 2015.
Katsushika Hokusai – “Under The Wave off Kanagawa”
Katsushika Hokusai’s (circa 1830-32) iconic “Under The Wave off Kanagawa” at The Metropolitan Museum of Art located at 1000 5th Avenue (at 82nd Street). Ongoing.
Monir Farmanfarmaian at The Guggenheim Museum
“Infinite Possibility: Mirror Works and Drawings” by Monir Farmanfarmaian at The Guggenheim Museum (located at 1071 5th Avenue at 89th Street) through June 3, 2015.
Sascha Braunig at Foxy Production
Sascha Braunig at Foxy Production (located at 623 West 27th Street) through April 18, 2015.
Photos by G. Art by Imran Qureshi.
Imran Qureshi on the Roof of the Met
Every year, The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York has a different exhibit on the roof of the building. In previous years, Jeff Koons’ balloon dog was there as was a really cool installation by Roxy Paine. This year, the floor of the roof is a commission by Imran Qureshi. In theory, it is really cool. The roof of the met is quite large and the mural extends across most of it. In actuality, it looks like you’re stepping into a blood bath. I found myself wanting to get a mop and bucket and rinse off this gigantic stain.
Imran Qureshi on the Roof featuring my shadow.
The good thing is that it’s always a treat to head up to the roof of the Met because you get to see really amazing views of Manhattan and on a gorgeous day, it’s even better. But like the Punk exhibit, which is showing a few floors below, you should definitely not move heaven and earth to see either.
This commission runs through November 3, 2013 and can be seen permitting on the weather.
Photo by G. Art by Tomas Saraceno.
Cloud City by Tomas Saraceno on the roof of the Met in NYC. Now through November 4, 2012
New York! Don’t miss out on one of the highlights of the summer, visiting the Metropolitan Museum of Art and heading up to the roof. Not only do you get to see a gorgeous view of Central Park and the Manhattan skyline, but through November 4, 2012, you can see Tomas Saraceno’s “Cloud City.” You can obtain free tickets to climb inside the structure (don’t worry, there’s a staircase inside), but those go pretty quickly, so you might want to head there first. If you don’t go inside, don’t worry – you can still see a view such as that pictured above.
Cloud City will be on view through November 4, 2012 on the Roof of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Located at 1000 Fifth Avenue (at 82nd Street). New York, NY 10028 Phone (212)535-7710 for Hours and More Information.
You can see more pics (including the very first G spy pic in existence) on The Worley Gig.
Photo by G. Art by Alexander McQueen.
Savage Beauty by Alexander McQueen. Now showing at The Met in New York
If you haven’t seen the “Savage Beauty” exhibit by Alexander McQueen at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, you must! Due to high demand, the hours where the exhibit is on display have been extended.
Starting July 22, 2011, the Met will allow museum members in at 8:30 a.m., an hour before the show opens to the public. (Only the museum’s 81st Street entrance and 80th Street garage will be open for these viewings.) And from August 4th to the 7th the exhibition will remain open until 9:00 p.m.
Additional hours for the show will continue to be offered on Mondays, when the museum is generally closed to the public. Monday tickets, which cost $50, are available at the Met and on its website www.metmuseum.org.
The exhibit closes on August 7, 2011.
Photos by G. Art by Anthony Caro.
Anthony Caro on the roof of The Met
Abstract sculptures by British artist Anthony Caro can been seen on the roof of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York all summer… unless it rains.