#RyRocklen ‘My Metropolitan’ on view at @FeuerMeslerMeslerFeuer through February 13. These dual-sided sculptures all have flat images of antiques from the @MetMuseum collection on the front side and modern elements molded in clay on the back side only visible through the mirrors, referencing contemporary culture as well as the art historical. Here is 'River King Sonwosret III, Egypt, 1857, B.C.' (2015).
#BriceMarden with "Eastern Moss" (2012-15) oil on canvas in the exhibition opening at #MatthewMarksGallery, LA, Saturday 3 - 5 pm. This will be his first show of new paintings in LA in more than 30 years.
Charles Ray's "The New Beetle," 2006, part of the group exhibition "Cecily Brown, Jeff Koons, Charles Ray," opening TONIGHT, 6-8PM, at the @flagartfoundation, on view through May 14, 2016 #BrownKoonsRay #CharlesRay #CecilyBrown @dellyrose #JeffKoons @jeffkoons
In 1968, Sol LeWitt extricated his work from the confines of the frame and transferred it directly to the wall. His 1982 “Wall Drawing #370: Ten Geometric Figures (including right triangle, cross, X, diamond) with three-inch parallel bands of lines in two directions” will be on view through January 1, 2017 in gallery 399. #metmuseum #SolLeWitt
The “Egyptian Chair” was designed by Danish furniture designer Poul Hundevad in the 1950s and is presented by Modernity, Stockholm, a new gallery joining #MasterpieceFair in 2016. Making our wish list, this stunning pair of folding chairs is made out of oak and natural leather. Image courtesy of @modernitystockholm
One of Lucian #Freud's most tender paintings: 'Pregnant Girl' (1960-1) a portrait of his teenage lover, Bernadine Coverley while pregnant with Bella Freud. Will be offered at auction for the very first time on 10 February in London. #SothebysContemporary
On view through June 15, “Chinese Textiles: Ten Centuries of Masterpieces from the Met Collection” explores the cultural importance of silk in China. The exhibition showcases the most important and unusual textiles from the Museum's collection. Velvet Textile for a Dragon Robe, 17th century. China. #metmuseum #ChineseTextiles
Francis Upritchard, Strangle, 2015, bronze, 9 3/4 x 18 1/2 x 5 1/2”. January 14 – February 20 at Anton Kern @antonkerngallery