in category 3D: Sculpture (rss)

List sorted by

Current events

  • poster for David Hammons “Basketball and Kool-Aid”

    David Hammons “Basketball and Kool-Aid”

    Bookmark this event[1] 
    Recommend this event[1]
    • at Nahmad Contemporary
    • in the Upper East Side area
    • Ends in 2 days

    Nahmad Contemporary presents David Hammons: Basketball and Kool-Aid, an exhibition dedicated to two radical series of works that the seminal American artist created between 1995 and 2012. This is the first...More »

  • poster for Jong Oh Exhibition

    Jong Oh Exhibition

    Bookmark this event[0] 
    Recommend this event[0]
    • at Marc Straus
    • in the Lower East Side area
    • Ends in 2 days

    The Korean artist Jong Oh (b. 1981) creates minimal sculptures that respond to the given spatial situation. We are proud to present Jong Oh’s fifth solo exhibition at the gallery. With the use of simple...More »

  • poster for Wangechi Mutu Exhibition

    Wangechi Mutu Exhibition

    Bookmark this event[0] 
    Recommend this event[0]
    • at Gladstone Gallery (Chelsea 24th Street)
    • in the Chelsea 24th area
    • Ends in 2 days

    Gladstone Gallery presents an exhibition of new sculptures by Wangechi Mutu, and the East Coast premiere of two bronze works: Crocodylus and MamaRay. Drawing upon her sculptural practice, a core aspect...More »

  • poster for February James “When the Chickens Come Home To Roost”

    February James “When the Chickens Come Home To Roost”

    Bookmark this event[0] 
    Recommend this event[0]
    • at Tilton Gallery
    • in the Upper East Side area
    • Ends in 3 days

    Tilton Gallery presents “When the Chickens Come Home To Roost,” the first solo exhibition of paintings, watercolors and sculpture by February James in New York. February James makes evocative portraits...More »

  • poster for Lynda Benglis “An Alphabet of Forms”

    Lynda Benglis “An Alphabet of Forms”

    Bookmark this event[0] 
    Recommend this event[0]
    • at The Pace Gallery (510 W 25th St)
    • in the Chelsea 25th area
    • Ends in 3 days

    “Knots are everywhere. They are about weaving and life. You have to knot before you move on to the next stitch.” – Lynda Benglis Pace Gallery presents Lynda Benglis: An Alphabet of Forms, an exhibition...More »

  • poster for “Color Shape Form Body” Exhibition

    “Color Shape Form Body” Exhibition

    Bookmark this event[0] 
    Recommend this event[0]
    • at Marinaro
    • in the Lower Manhattan area
    • Ends in 3 days

    The exhibition is an exploration of shape, color, form and body. It vacillates between space and absence, representation and abstraction, and the physical and the implied. Each artist uses blocks...More »

  • poster for “Asia Society Triennial: We Do Not Dream Alone” Exhibition

    “Asia Society Triennial: We Do Not Dream Alone” Exhibition

    Bookmark this event[0] 
    Recommend this event[0]
    • at Asia Society and Museum
    • in the Upper East Side area
    • Ends in 4 days

    This first edition of the Asia Society Triennial, titled We Do Not Dream Alone, is composed of a multi-venue exhibition, interdisciplinary panels, forums, and performances taking place at Asia Society...More »

  • poster for “Then and Now: American Social Realism” Exhibition

    “Then and Now: American Social Realism” Exhibition

    Bookmark this event[0] 
    Recommend this event[0]
    • at Forum Gallery
    • in the Midtown area
    • Ends in 9 days

    Forum Gallery presents a group exhibition of American social realism featuring paintings, drawings, and sculpture dating from the first half of the Twentieth Century to today. Artists working in the years...More »

  • poster for “A Throw Of The Dice Will Never Abolish Chance” Exhibition

    “A Throw Of The Dice Will Never Abolish Chance” Exhibition

    Bookmark this event[0] 
    Recommend this event[0]
    • at SVA Flatiron Gallery
    • in the Chelsea 21st area
    • Ends in 14 days

    A THROW OF THE DICE WILL NEVER ABOLISH CHANCE is an exhibition of multidisciplinary work created within the last year by artists from the Residency Alumni Network at SVA. Curated by Andrea Champlin. Taking...More »

  • poster for Carl D’Alvia “Sometimes Sculpture Deserves a Break”

    Carl D’Alvia “Sometimes Sculpture Deserves a Break”

    Bookmark this event[0] 
    Recommend this event[0]
    • at Hesse Flatow
    • in the Chelsea 26th area
    • Ends in 17 days

    HESSE FLATOW presents a solo exhibition of new works by sculptor Carl D’Alvia, which will include the debut of his newest series of large-scale, brightly-colored aluminum sculptures which he refers to...More »

  • poster for Peter Wächtler “Ever-Ready Reveries”

    Peter Wächtler “Ever-Ready Reveries”

    Bookmark this event[0] 
    Recommend this event[0]
    • at Reena Spaulings Fine Art
    • in the Lower Manhattan area
    • Ends in 25 days
  • poster for Lynne Mayocole “Forecast:  Cloudy Days”

    Lynne Mayocole “Forecast: Cloudy Days”

    Bookmark this event[0] 
    Recommend this event[0]
    • at Ceres Gallery
    • in the Chelsea 27th area
    • Ends in 26 days

    Ceres Gallery presents Lynne Mayocole Remember the Gone The tragedy of our current time took over, lurking in every corner of my studio, demanding expression, inevitably altering the original exhibition...More »

  • poster for David Smith “Follow My Path”

    David Smith “Follow My Path”

    Bookmark this event[0] 
    Recommend this event[0]
    • at Hauser & Wirth
    • in the Upper East Side area
    • Ends in 37 days

    In a 1952 lecture at the Detroit Institute of Arts, David Smith (1906 – 1965) described the inspiration behind one of his recent sculptures, saying ‘My wish is that you travel by perception the path which...More »

  • poster for Tetsumi Kudo “Metamorphosis”

    Tetsumi Kudo “Metamorphosis”

    Bookmark this event[2] 
    Recommend this event[0]
    • at Hauser & Wirth (548 W 22nd St.)
    • in the Chelsea 22nd area
    • Ends in 37 days

    In a wide-ranging practice spanning four decades, postwar Japanese artist Tetsumi Kudo (1935 – 1990) explored the effects of mass consumerism, the rise of technology, and ecological degradation on post-...More »

  • poster for Miguel Cárdenas “Beyond the Fence”

    Miguel Cárdenas “Beyond the Fence”

    Bookmark this event[0] 
    Recommend this event[0]
    • at Chapter NY
    • in the Lower East Side area
    • Ends in 38 days

    Chapter NY presents Beyond the Fence, Miguel Cárdenas’s first exhibition with the gallery. Cárdenas’s multimedia practice combines painting, drawing, sculpture, video animations and wall murals to...More »

  • poster for “NADA House 2021” Exhibition

    “NADA House 2021” Exhibition

    Bookmark this event[0] 
    Recommend this event[0]
    • at Governors Island
    • in the Lower Manhattan area
    • Ends in 39 days

    403–405 Colonels Row Governors Island The New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) presents the third edition of NADA House, returning to Governors Island with 66 galleries, non-profits, artist-run spaces,...More »

  • poster for “In Practice: You may go, but this will bring you back” Exhibition

    “In Practice: You may go, but this will bring you back” Exhibition

    Bookmark this event[0] 
    Recommend this event[0]
    • at SculptureCenter
    • in the Queens area
    • Ends in 40 days

    In Practice: You may go, but this will bring you back, the twenty-fifth iteration of SculptureCenter’s signature open call exhibition, features newly commissioned works by eleven artists: Carlos Agredano,...More »

  • poster for Richard Rezac “Pleat”

    Richard Rezac “Pleat”

    Bookmark this event[0] 
    Recommend this event[0]
    • at Luhring Augustine Tribeca
    • in the Lower Manhattan area
    • Ends in 44 days

    Luhring Augustine presents a selection of new and recent sculptures by Richard Rezac in our Tribeca location. This will be the artist’s second solo exhibition with the gallery; his first show in 2020 at...More »

  • poster for “Time-Slip” Exhibition

    “Time-Slip” Exhibition

    Bookmark this event[0] 
    Recommend this event[0]
    • at Petzel Gallery
    • in the Chelsea 14th - 19th area
    • Ends in 45 days

    Petzel presents Time-Slip, a group exhibition featuring works by Huma Bhabha, Joe Bradley, Jennifer Paige Cohen, Jason Fox, Daniel Hesidence, Rodney McMillian, Xie Nanxing, John Outterbridge, and Dana...More »

  • poster for KAWS “WHAT PARTY”

    KAWS “WHAT PARTY”

    Bookmark this event[0] 
    Recommend this event[0]
    • at Brooklyn Museum
    • in the DUMBO, other Brooklyn area
    • Ends in 74 days

    Morris A. and Meyer Schapiro Wing and Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Gallery, 5th Floor #KAWSBKM For twenty-five years, Brooklyn-based artist KAWS (Brian Donnelly, American, born 1974) has bridged the...More »

  • poster for “Noguchi’s Memorials to the Atomic Dead” Exhibition

    “Noguchi’s Memorials to the Atomic Dead” Exhibition

    Bookmark this event[0] 
    Recommend this event[0]
    • at The Noguchi Museum
    • in the Queens area
    • Ends in 74 days

    Noguchi’s Memorials to the Atomic Dead is occasioned by the return of Isamu Noguchi’s unrealized model for a cenotaph memorial, originally proposed in 1952 for Hiroshima Peace Park and re-envisioned in...More »

  • poster for “Wiener Werkstätte Fashion And Accessories” Exhibition

    “Wiener Werkstätte Fashion And Accessories” Exhibition

    Bookmark this event[0] 
    Recommend this event[0]
    • at Neue Galerie
    • in the Upper East Side area
    • Ends in 74 days

    The Wiener Werkstätte (Vienna Workshops), an artist and craftsmen collective, was launched in 1903. At its outset, the firm focused on metalwork, including jewelry. The group was initially comprised of...More »

  • poster for Niki de Saint Phalle Exhibition

    Niki de Saint Phalle Exhibition

    Bookmark this event[0] 
    Recommend this event[0]
    • at MOMA PS1
    • in the Queens area
    • Ends in 75 days

    MoMA PS1 presents the first New York museum exhibition of the work of visionary feminist artist Niki de Saint Phalle (American and French, 1930‒2002). Niki de Saint Phalle: Structures for Life will feature...More »

  • poster for “Knotted, Torn, Scattered: Sculpture after Abstract Expressionism” Exhibition

    “Knotted, Torn, Scattered: Sculpture after Abstract Expressionism” Exhibition

    Bookmark this event[1] 
    Recommend this event[0]
    • at Guggenheim Museum
    • in the Upper East Side area
    • Ends in 88 days

    Location: Robert Mapplethorpe Gallery/Tower 4 As part of the October 3 public reopening, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum presents Knotted, Torn, Scattered: Sculpture after Abstract Expressionism, an...More »

  • poster for Yayoi Kusama “Cosmic Nature”

    Yayoi Kusama “Cosmic Nature”

    Bookmark this event[2] 
    Recommend this event[2]
    • at The New York Botanical Garden
    • in the Harlem, Bronx area
    • Ends in 130 days

    Contemporary Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama is one of the most popular artists in the world, drawing millions to experience her immersive installations. Exclusively at NYBG, Kusama reveals her lifelong...More »

  • poster for Lucy Raven Exhibition

    Lucy Raven Exhibition

    Bookmark this event[3] 
    Recommend this event[1]
    • at Dia:Chelsea
    • in the Chelsea 22nd area
    • Ends in 213 days

    Dia Chelsea reopens with an exhibition of newly commissioned works by Lucy Raven. Following a three-year engagement with Dia, Raven presents two kinetic light sculptures occupying the entirety of the former...More »

  • poster for “Noguchi: Useless Architecture” Exhibition

    “Noguchi: Useless Architecture” Exhibition

    Bookmark this event[0] 
    Recommend this event[0]
    • at The Noguchi Museum
    • in the Queens area
    • Ends in 319 days

    Noguchi: Useless Architecture is an exhibition of around fifty works mostly drawn from the Noguchi Museum’s collection and occupying its second floor galleries. In 1949 and again in 1960, Isamu Noguchi...More »

Top

Permanent events

  • poster for "Assyrian Reliefs" Exhibition

    "Assyrian Reliefs" Exhibition

    Bookmark this event[0] 
    Recommend this event[2]
    • at Brooklyn Museum
    • in the DUMBO, other Brooklyn area

    These twelve massive carved alabaster panels, on view together for the first time, dominate the walls of the Brooklyn Museum's Hagop Kevorkian Gallery of Ancient Middle Eastern Art. Originally brightly...More »

  • poster for "Connecting Cultures: A World in Brooklyn"

    "Connecting Cultures: A World in Brooklyn"

    Bookmark this event[0] 
    Recommend this event[1]
    • at Brooklyn Museum
    • in the DUMBO, other Brooklyn area

    An innovative installation, featuring some of the most important objects in the Brooklyn Museum collection, has been developed to create new ways of looking at art and exploring the Museum by making connections...More »

  • poster for "Early Gothic Hall" Exhibition

    "Early Gothic Hall" Exhibition

    Bookmark this event[0] 
    Recommend this event[0]
    • at The Cloisters
    • in the Harlem, Bronx area

    The Early Gothic Hall at The Cloisters reopened in the Spring of 2006 after a five-year renovation. Completely refurbished 13th-century limestone windows and two dozen panels of newly conserved and reinstalled...More »

  • poster for "Egypt Reborn: Art for Eternity" Exhibition

    "Egypt Reborn: Art for Eternity" Exhibition

    Bookmark this event[0] 
    Recommend this event[4]
    • at Brooklyn Museum
    • in the DUMBO, other Brooklyn area

    In April, 2003, the Brooklyn Museum completed the reinstallation of its world-famous Egyptian collection, a process that took ten years. Three new galleries joined the four existing ones that had been...More »

  • "Gallery Selections"

    Bookmark this event[0] 
    Recommend this event[0]
    • at Bernard Goldberg Fine Arts, LLC
    • in the Upper East Side area

    Bernard Goldberg Fine Arts is pleased to present a selection of its finest and newest acquisitions. The current installation of works in the gallery highlights the modernist landscapes of John Marin and...More »

  • poster for "Infinity of Nations" Exhibition

    "Infinity of Nations" Exhibition

    Bookmark this event[0] 
    Recommend this event[2]
    • at The National Museum of the American Indian (George Gustav Heye Center)
    • in the Lower Manhattan area

    The National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) houses one of the world’s great cultural resources, with collections representing the Native peoples of the Americas from their earliest history to the...More »

  • poster for "Rachel Beach and Nicole Stager" Exhibiton

    "Rachel Beach and Nicole Stager" Exhibiton

    Bookmark this event[0] 
    Recommend this event[0]
    • at 92YTribeca Art
    • in the Soho area

    92YTribeca presents the works of Rachel Beach and Nicole Stager – both formerly shown at Like the Spice gallery in Brooklyn – in an opening reception for this semi-permanent exhibit. Brooklyn-dwelling,...More »

  • poster for "Steinberg Family Sculpture Garden" Exhibition

    "Steinberg Family Sculpture Garden" Exhibition

    Bookmark this event[0] 
    Recommend this event[1]
    • at Brooklyn Museum
    • in the DUMBO, other Brooklyn area

    Dedicated in 1966, the Steinberg Family Sculpture Garden at the Brooklyn Museum is a preeminent collection of terracotta, stone, and metal architectural elements salvaged from now-demolished structures...More »

  • poster for "The Campin Room" Exhibition

    "The Campin Room" Exhibition

    Bookmark this event[0] 
    Recommend this event[2]
    • at The Cloisters
    • in the Harlem, Bronx area

    The Campin Room at The Cloisters, the branch of the Metropolitan Museum devoted to the art and architecture of medieval Europe, recently reopened to the public following an extensive renovation. The gallery...More »

  • poster for "The Mummy Chamber" Exhibition

    "The Mummy Chamber" Exhibition

    Bookmark this event[0] 
    Recommend this event[1]
    • at Brooklyn Museum
    • in the DUMBO, other Brooklyn area

    This installation of more than 170 objects from the Brooklyn Museum’s world-famous holdings of ancient Egyptian material explores the complex rituals related to the practice of mummification and the Egyptian...More »

  • poster for Rodin "The Cantor Gift to the Brooklyn Museum"

    Rodin "The Cantor Gift to the Brooklyn Museum"

    Bookmark this event[0] 
    Recommend this event[1]
    • at Brooklyn Museum
    • in the DUMBO, other Brooklyn area

    Due to installations in the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Gallery, twelve bronze sculptures by Auguste Rodin have been installed in the Rubin Entrance Pavilion. This newly excerpted presentation of the Museum's...More »

  • poster for Walter De Maria "The Broken Kilometer"

    Walter De Maria "The Broken Kilometer"

    Bookmark this event[0] 
    Recommend this event[7]
    • at The Broken Kilometer
    • in the Soho area

    The Broken Kilometer, 1979, located at 393 West Broadway in New York City, is composed of 500 highly polished, round, solid brass rods, each measuring two meters in length and five centimeters (two inches)...More »

Top

All content on this site is © their respective owner(s).
New York Art Beat (2008) - About - Contact - Privacy - Terms of Use