Tuesday, May 26
There are no openings scheduled for this date.
Songs for Presidents
1673 Gates Avenue, basement / +19171112222 / songsforpresidents.com
Sat 12pm to 6pm, Sun 12pm to 6pm
Julian Pozzi Forever 21
May 16 - Jun 20, 2015
Julian Pozzi’s paintings and sculptures are based in part on a found crumpled job application for retail giant Forever 21.
Topaz Arts, Inc.
55-03 39th Avenue / +17185050440 / topazarts.org
Sat 3pm to 6pm
Todd Bradford Richmond Mind Field: Oil and Oranges
May 15 - Aug 15, 2015
Solo exhibition featuring large-scale paintings, at once lush with color against the materials of exposed linen, oil, aluminum & tar.
22-25 Jackson Avenue at 46th Avenue / +17187842084 / momaps1.org
Thu - Mon 12pm to 6pm
Samara Golden The Flat Side of the Knife
Oct 26, 2014 - Sep 1, 2015
The Noguchi Museum
32-37 Vernon Boulevard / +17182047088 / noguchi.org
Wed - Fri 10am to 5pm, Sat - Sun 11am to 6pm
Noguchi as Photographer: The Jantar Mantars of Northern India
Jan 8 - May 31, 2015
New York City Building, Flushing Meadows / +17185929700 / queensmuseum.org
Wed - Sun 12pm to 6pm
Behind the Curtain: Collecting the New York Fairs
Jul 27, 2014 - Oct 18, 2015
Over fourteen months, the exhibition will reveal little known artifacts & souvenirs drawn from national & regional private collections.
44-19 Purves Street / +17183611750 / sculpture-center.org
Thu - Mon 11am to 6pm
Magali Reus Spring for a Ground
May 3 - Jul 5, 2015
Magali Reus will present a new body of work in her first solo museum exhibition in the United States.
Erika Verzutti Swan with Stage
May 3 - Aug 3, 2015
Erika Verzutti will present a new body of sculptures and images in her first solo exhibition in New York City.
Michael E. Smith -
May 3 - Aug 3, 2015
SculptureCenter is pleased to announce Michael E. Smith's first major solo museum exhibition in the United States.
Socrates Sculpture Park
32-01 Vernon Boulevard / +17189561819 / socratessculpturepark.org
10am to 6pm daily
Tamara Johnson Backyard Pool
Jul 1, 2014 - Jul 31, 2015
Backyard Pool playfully transforms Long Island City's “The Lot” into a place for unrequited pleasure.