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MUSEUMS

 

NEW YORK

The Cooper-Hewitt Design Museum
Thom Browne Selects

Through October 23

Museum of Modern Art
Kai Althoff: and then leave me to the common swifts

September 18 through January 22, 2017
 

The New Museum
The Keeper

Through September 25
 

CHICAGO

MCA
Kerry James Marshall: Mastry
Through September 25

LOS ANGELES

Hammer Museum
Marwa Arsanios

September 24 through January 8, 2017
 

WASHINGTON DC

NMWA (National Museum of Women in the Arts)
No Man's Land

September 30 through January 8, 2017
 

DENMARK

Louisiana Museum
Daniel Richter: Lonely Old Slogan
Through October 1, 2017
 

LONDON

Parasol unit foundation for contemporary art
Rana Begum: The Space Between
June 30 through September 18
 

Rana Begum, No. 489 L fold, 2014, paint on mild steel, 57 1/2 x 47  x 19 inches (146  119 x 48 cm). Courtesy the artist and Jhaveri Contemporary. Photograph: Philip White

Rana Begum, No. 489 L fold, 2014, paint on mild steel, 57 1/2 x 47  x 19 inches (146  119 x 48 cm). Courtesy the artist and Jhaveri Contemporary. Photograph: Philip White

PARIS

Palais de Tokyo
Marguerite Hemeau, FOXP2

Through November 9
 

VENICE

Palazzo Grassi
Sigmar Polke
Through November 6

 

GALLERIES

 

CHICAGO


Monique Meloche
Kate Levant ...Which's Playing the Fans

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For Freedoms: Zöe Buckman, Paula Crown, Maria Gaspar, Rashid Johnson, Dread Scott, Nari Ward, Carrie Mae Williams

NEW YORK

Hauser Wirth
Rashid Johnson Fly Away

Through October 22

Cheim Read
Lynda Benglis: New Work

Through October 22

Luhring Augustine, Chelsea & Bushwik
Jeff Elrod, This Brutal World

Through October 22

Sikkema Jenkins
Leonardo Drew

Through October 8
 

LOS ANGELES

Blum & Poe
Henry Taylor

Through November 5

BERLIN

Sprueth Magers
Sterling Ruby, The Jungle

Through October 29
 

PARIS

Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac
James Rosenquist: Four Decades 1970-2010

Through January 7, 2017
 

PERFORMANCE

 

LOS ANGELES

Hammer Museum
In Real Life: 100 Days of Film and Performance

Through January 25, 2017


FILM

Now Playing

Captain Fantastic: A devoted father rearing his six children in the depths of the wilderness, and far from contemporary society, is forced to abandon his idyllic self-created world and journey closer to contemporary society provoking him to question his own ideals about parenting and everything he has taught them. Starring Viggo Mortenson and Frank Langella. Directed by Matt Ross.

La Notte (1961) at Film Forum NYC. A new restoration of Michelangelo Antonioni's profound and compassionate drama about a troubled marriage between a writer (Marcello Mastroianni) and his wife (Jeanne Moreau). A time capsule of Italian 1960s cinema with scenes of Milan, sports cars and flirty party girls. On view through September 22.