David Zwirner opens the gallery’s first exhibition with Bridget Riley in New York. On view across 525 and 533 West 19th Street, this is the artist’s first show in the city since 2007, and the only New York presentation since Bridget Riley: Reconnaissance at the Dia Center for the Arts in 2000 to feature new and older works. The exhibition marks 50 years since Riley’s participation in The Responsive Eye at The Museum of Modern Art, the highly influential group show which led to instant, international recognition for the young British painter.
Bridget Riley, David Zwirner, New York
Gender & Identity: Samoa’s Narratives
Shigeyuki Kihara: Living Photographs explores themes of Pacific culture, identity, colonialism, stereotypes and gender roles.
Cig Harvey: Gardening At Night, Robert Klein Gallery
British-born Cig Harvey, now a resident of Maine and a full-time artist, uses photography to reveal the complexities underlying everyday life and our relationships with family and friends.