Here are some Art Galleries
Commerical galleries are an important part of the art world: They provide resources to support artists and promote their works to the public and museums. Galleries also have museum quality exhibitions and at times are easier to visit --go in and out at a shorter amount of time than a large museum. I enjoy following exhibitions galleries present, learn more about artists they represent, and find out what gets done and what gets sold.
If you are on a trip and you want to visit a gallery, here are the suggestions.
Irfan Önürmen's D Series No.11, 2016
Irfan Önürmen "Pendulum" at C24 Gallery, New York
JR's Unframed - Ellis Island
Gallerie Perrotin's pop-up at the Melin Building in the Miami Design District. December 2–7, 2015.
Die Marquise von O, 1999
Frank Stella exhibition at bernard jacobson gallery in London, September 17-November 21, 2015
Victoria Miro, London, presenting Kara Walker's Go to Hell or Atlanta, Whichever Comes First (October 1 - November 7, 2015), as someone who has lived in Atlanta was especially fascinating.
Use the Wind to Rescue Speech
Marian Goodman Gallery's major exhibition in London of new works by William Kentridge includes studies of sparrows -which Mao insisted that all peasants should kill- displayed under a banner parodying the Maoist slogan, Use the Wind to Rescue Speech
More Sweetly Play the Dance
William Kentridge's eight-channel processionally danse macabre at Marian Goodman Gallery, London is a must-see! September 11 - October 24, 2015