Share on the web
As the new year has just begun, collectors and art lovers alike are ready for a new season of gallery shows; ArtWeLove presents you with a selection of some of the most interesting exhibitions of Winter 2009:
Mary Heilmann at 303 Gallery, New York, from Jan 10 to Feb 21.
If you have not seen her retrospective show, "To be someone," at the New Museum of Contemporary Art, through Jan 26, go now. 303 Gallery presents two shows, one of recent paintings as well as related pieces at 547 W. 21st Street, and a curated group show at 525 W. 22nd.
Jane South at Spencer Brownstone, New York, Jan 20 to Feb 21.
In this fourth solo show by British-born artist Jane South, her characteristic architectural and industrial forms proliferate into ever more dense and engaging constructions.
Stephen Sprouse (1953-2004) was one of the most influential fashion designers of his time and a key figure in the dynamic mix of punk rock, wild style graffiti, and street influenced fashion that characterized the downtown New York community in the early 1980s. His work was very influential for fashion artists such as Marc Jacobs.
Rock on Mars, a retrospective exhibition of the work of Stephen Sprouse, will transform Deitch Projects’s 18 Wooster Street gallery into a realization of Sprouse’s rock and roll futuristic vision.
Piero Manzoni at Gagosian 24th Streetin New York, Jan 24 through Mar 21.
Conceptual artist Manzoni's shit is the most famous (and expensive) in the history of art. Gagosian offers a retrospective that goes beyond the Italian's feces.
Roje at Peres Projects in Los Angeles, Feb 14 through Mar 21.
Roje's oil paintings have a personality of their own, centered upon the relationship between figurative art and contemporary situations.