Residency Unlimited seeks a New York City based artist for an 8 month residency in Brooklyn. The residency begins October 1 and the deadline to apply is September 9. More information may be found here.
It is a month away, but the Lisa Yuskavage show at David Zwiner should be fun.
Kiseok Kim’s show Plastics at Hionas Gallery opens September 9.
Ryan Trecartin’s, another young digital artist, show at MoMA PS1 consists of seven films that “are interconnected spatially via networked viewing rooms and materially by characters, semblances of plot, and formal, recurring motifs.”
Cory Arcangel, the art world’s current it-boy, has a show at the Whitney with work that has “been created by means of technological tools with an emphasis on the mixing and matching of both professional and amateur technologies, as well as the vernaculars these technologies encourage within culture at large.”
Stefanie Gutheil’s show at Mike Weiss opens September 8.
Cheim & Read celebrate their fifteenth anniversary with a group show of the women with whom they work.
Andra Ursuta’s show at Ramiken Crucible consists of a single sculpture that “depicts the aftermath of the artist’s attempt to catapult herself into space using a large medieval siege engine.”
Hilary Lloyd’s show at Artist Space consists of video diptychs of mundane subjects presented on flat-screen televisions mounted on steel poles.
Leo Villareal’s Volume at Gering & Lopez consists of a single piece made from “20,000 white LED nodes that are suspended in a three-dimensional matrix of mirror-finished stainless steel.” Experience it before August 19.