Incongruent Sum, produced by Mathematics Collective, is on view at 111 Leroy Street.
Rene Ricard’s first solo painting show in New York in over 20 years, “Sonnets from the Portuguese,” is on view at the former Heidi Cho gallery in Chelsea.
Scotto Mycklebust, an artist known for exploring a variety of media, has a new series called the Super Size Paintings Part 2.
Ilit Azoulay’s show at Andrea Meislin Gallery “focuses on the creation of a completely staged visual environment.”
Kim Dorland’s show at Mike Weiss looks pretty amazing. It opens June 23 and runs through the summer.
Diana Shpungin’s show at Stephan Stoyanov has been receiving a fair amount of press. The work is strong, and “examines the notion of bereavement, identity, love, regret, resentment and finality” in a somber yet playful manner.
Indeterminate Activity, at Nicelle Beauchene Gallery, is a group show of artists whose work fluctuates between object and materiality.
ART BLOG ART BLOG presents Entanglement, a group show that “addresses the intrinsic and cosmic likeness of things made by any individual.”
Juanli Carrion’s show at Y Gallery opens June 22.
There is still exciting work to be seen during the summer months in NYC. Case in point, Hilary Harnischfeger’s recent show at Rachel Uffner Gallery.