Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York
Doug Wheeler: PSAD Synthetic Desert III, 1971
Whitney Museum, New York
Felix Gonzalez-Torres: Specific Objects Without Specific Form
FOAM Museum, Amsterdam & The National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
William Eggleston: Los Alamos and Portraits
The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
Kerry James Marshall: Mastry
Independent Brussels
Marcel Dzama curates The Mask Makers

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York

Doug Wheeler: PSAD Synthetic Desert III, 1971

March 24 - July 5

PSAD Synthetic Desert III belongs to a yet-to-be-realized series of installations conceived by Doug Wheeler during the late 1960s and 1970s. The Guggenheim installation marks the first time one of these works has been completed and shown.

The work subtly manipulates the effects of light, space, and sound, creating an environment which explores our awareness of the optical and acoustical properties of space in the natural world. Inspired in part by Wheeler's own experience of the Arizona desert, the work forms a "semi-anechoic chamber" that suppresses all but the lowest levels of ambient sound, recalling landscapes where near-complete silence affects the visual sensation of distance.

Read more: The New York Times in conversation with Doug Wheeler and the show's organizers, Jeffrey Weiss, senior curator at the Guggenheim, and Francesca Esmay, conservator of the Panza Collection.

Whitney Museum, New York

Felix Gonzalez-Torres: Specific Objects Without Specific Form

Monday, March 27, 7 PM

A special talk and book event to celebrate the release of Felix Gonzalez-Torres: Specific Objects Without Specific Form will be held at the Whitney Museum of American Art shop in New York on March 27 at 7 PM.

Felix Gonzalez-Torres: Specific Objects Without Specific Form documents the groundbreaking retrospective curated by Elena Filipovic with the artists Danh Vo, Carol Bove, and Tino Sehgal that traveled to Wiels Contemporary Art Centre in Brussels, Fondation Beyeler in Basel, and MMK Museum für Moderne Kunst in Frankfurt in 2010 and 2011.

FOAM Museum, Amsterdam & The National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

William Eggleston: Los Alamos and Portraits

March 17 - June 7 (FOAM) and March 17 - June 18 (National Gallery of Victoria)

Two solo exhibitions by American artist William Eggleston open in The Netherlands and Australia this month.

FOAM Museum in Amsterdam presents Los Alamos, an exhibition of 75 photographs from the portfolio Eggleston compiled on trips through the American South between 1966 and 1974.

William Eggleston: Portraits at the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne follows its critically-acclaimed debut at the National Portrait Gallery in London.

The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles

Kerry James Marshall: Mastry

March 12 – July 3

Mastry is the largest museum survey of Kerry James Marshall's work to date. Now on view at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, the exhibition follows universally critically acclaimed presentations at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago and The Met Breuer in New York in 2016.

Recently profiled in the LA Times and T Magazine, Marshall has devoted his career to redressing the imbalance of race in the canon of art history.

Independent Brussels

Marcel Dzama curates The Mask Makers

April 19 - 23

Marcel Dzama curates The Mask Makers, a special exhibition for the gallery's second year participating in Independent Brussels. A self-contained environment created by Dzama will feature new and historical works selected from the gallery's roster of artists and beyond that relate to the theme of the mask, a prevalent motif in his own practice.

Exhibitions at David Zwirner

Alice Neel, Uptown

New York

John McCracken

New York
Al Taylor Early Paintings
New York
Christopher Williams Open Letter: The Family Drama Refunctioned? (From the Point of View of Production)
London
Al Taylor

Featured Work

Al Taylor

Featured Work

David Zwirner is pleased to participate in SP-Arte for the fifth consecutive year. Begun in 2005, the fair takes place annually in the historic Oscar Niemeyer Bienal Pavilion in São Paulo.

The gallery's 2017 presentation includes Josef Albers, Francis Alÿs, Carol Bove, Raoul De Keyser, Dan Flavin, Suzan Frecon, Donald Judd, Yayoi Kusama, Oscar Murillo, Fred Sandback, Richard Serra, Al Taylor, Wolfgang Tillmans, and Lisa Yuskavage.

Pictured: Al Taylor, Untitled, c. 1982 - 1983

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