Alex Katz: Flowers
(Richard Gray Gallery)
One of our greatest living painters masterfully blends abstraction and representation in these colorful yet subtle iris studies, a welcome burst of color in winter.
Through January 10
Co-curated by the gallery and Elijah Wheat Showroom, this group exhibition explores female representation, from the corporeal form to the power of sexuality.
Opens January 10
In Real Life
(Museum of Contemporary Photography)
Seven digital media artists explore the growing tension between humans and technology, with close attention paid to the dubious ethics behind AI and “seeing.”
Opens January 16
Modernisms: Iranian, Turkish and Indian Highlights from NYU’s Abby Grey Collection
This wide-ranging survey helps correct West-centric art historical records by focusing on the exciting innovations coming out of three nations in the 1960s and 1970s.
Opens January 21
Becoming the Breeze
(Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago)
Local artist Alex Chitty asks viewers to reconsider Alexander Calder’s iconic mobiles by playfully interjecting within his displays.
Through April 12