On view through July 1st, 2016 is the second solo exhibition of Rachel Uffner Gallery artist Joanne Greenbaum.

Greenbaum’s first show inaugurated the gallery’s newly expanded space in Manhattan. This second exhibition spans both floors of the gallery with a focus on paintings in the downstairs gallery and on sculpture upstairs.

Anchoring the ground floor is Greenbaum’s largest painting to date alongside several paintings of varying sizes. Using a wide range of materials, Greenbaum infuses her paintings with elements of drawing. 

Examining both form and narrative, Greenbaum perpetually changes, adds, or negates her own actions, simultaneously celebrating and questioning the act of painting.

Via WNYC By Deborah Solomon 

Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, who was born in Hungary and died in Chicago, in 1946, was a multi-media artist before the term existed.

The London-based Rokeby Gallery, Art Basel and BMW have announced that artist Abigail Reynolds has been awarded the 2016 BMW Art Journey prize during Art Basel Hong Kong '16.

The international expert jury–Richard Armstrong, Claire Hsu, Matthias Mühling, Bose Krishnamachari, Pauline J.

The cutting-edge Brussels-based gallery Rodolphe Janssen has announced a solo exhibition entitled  "We traveled so far" by the Berlin-based artist Uwe Henneken with a Preview Opening scheduled for Thursday, May 26th, 2016 at 6PM and on view through July 17th.

Henneken (b.

Via NPR By Susan Stamberg

Los Angeles is a city of extremes: There are neighborhoods so luxurious only millionaires can afford them and neighborhoods so poor that residents work several jobs to pay the rent. 

Now, a young L.A. painter is bringing these neighborhoods together on his canvases.

Ramiro Gomez paints modernist houses in Beverly Hills, perfectly appointed kitchens and exclusive shops on Melrose Avenue. 

His pictures have nothing, and everything, to do with his background.

The prestigious London-based gallery Marlborough Fine Art has announced that Spanish-born, NY-Madrid based artist Manolo Valdés will be having his first solo show in a decade with a Preview Opening scheduled for June 9th at 6PM and will be on view through July 16th, 2016. 

Manolo Valdés (Born 1942, Valencia, Spain) is one of few artists today who has successfully mastered the disciplines of drawing, painting, sculpture and printmaking.

On view through May 29th, 2016 is the solo show of new work by artist Dave McDermott at the gallery's Red Hook, Brooklyn location.

In his new work, Dave McDermott continues his ongoing allegorical examination of the complexities of human nature and the societies we build to house them, the isolation inherent in those structures, and how we represent those ideas through art itself.

Via Louisiana Channel

What motivates a Danish artists' group to make a movie where one of the most famous American fast food restaurants is inexplicably flooded in their “post-apocalyptic movie” entitled ‘Why We Flooded McDonald’s’?

Superflex’ starting point was to focus on the idea of the mass-production of food, and they felt that the most heavily branded fast food restaurant was McDonald’s.

WUM NEWS NEW YORK–Opening tomorrow, Friday, May 20th, 2016 and on view through July 1st, is the exhibition entitled "Circa 70" by Cheim & Read artist Sean Scully whose little seen but surprisingly relevant body of work will be displayed in a unique setting, at a raw industrial space in Ridgewood, Queens.

From June 4th to August 6th, 2016, the prestigious Chicago-based gallery Kavi Gupta will be presenting a collective summer show [Curated by Katherine Harvath] entitled "Gist & Gesture" featuring artists Roger Brown, Catherine Sullivan/Katarzyna Wińska and Teatr Opera Buffa, Edie Fake, Barbara Kasten, Aay Preston-Myint, and Nicholas Sullivan whose works are centered around performativity in visual arts including painting, objects, photographs and other projects that utilize dramatic techniques.