Closing this coming Saturday April 26th, 2014 at the two gallery spaces located in uptown and Chelsea, New York City belonging to Marianne Boesky is the solo exhibition entitled "Saturnine Swing"by Stuttgart-born, Berlin-based artist Matthias Bitzer (Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste, Karlsruhe, Germany, '04). 

In his first solo exhibition in New York since the artist joined the gallery last year, Bitzer, 38, is presenting his newest multidisciplinary works comprised of multi-part installations, drawings, paintings and sculptures.

This week at the Brussels Expo (Heysel) located on the Place de Belgique the London-based gallery Pilar Corrias will be participating in this year edition of Art Brussels at the Prime sector of the fair.

This marks the gallery's fifth art fair participation in a tight 2014 schedule that includes Art Los Angeles Contemporary, Art Rotterdam, The NY Armory Show, Art Dubai, Frieze NY, Art Basel Hong Kong and Art Basel, Basel.

The prestigious New York City and Brussels-based Gladstone Gallery will be participating in the Prime sector (Booth 1B-16) of this year's edition of Art Brussels from April 25- 27 presenting works by Ricci Albenda, Richard Aldrich, Allora & Calzadilla, Matthew Barney, Claudia Comte, Roe Ethridge, Cyprien Gaillard, Keith Haring, Cameron Jamie, Anish Kapoor, Wangechi Mutu, Jean-Luc Mylayne, Elizabeth Peyton, Lari Pittman, Ugo Rondinone, and Gedi Sibony.

Self-described as a photographer guided by pleasure Patrick Van Roy, 41, was born in Ixelles, Belgium and for the most part of his career which began in 2001, he has been working on photography shooting subjects in what he calls "involuntary scenes."

For Van Roy, photography has a characteristic of being reductive in itself, presenting a subject or life's moments in a minimalistic form with the possibility of alteration.

This coming  Wednesday, April 23, 2014 from 7 to 9PM, the Perez Art Museum Miami, PAMM will have an opening reception presented by J.P. Morgan exclusively for Museum Members with live music, wine and hors d'ouvres to inaugurate the exhibition "Caribbean: Crossroads of the World,"  a project originally organized by El Museo del Barrio in conjunction with the Queens Museum and The Studio Museum in Harlem, and presented at the three institutions in 2012.

From the 17th century Greek word kinēsis meaning movement and motion, tonight Saturday, April 19th, 2014 from 5 to 6Pm, in Malibu, California the MLY Gallery in conjunction with the Los Angeles Art Association is inaugurating the collective exhibition entitled  "Perceptual Nature" showcasing the Connecticut-born artist Michael B. Wood's newest series "Kinesolo" (On view through May 11th).

Next week, during FrostArt Wednesday After Hours from 6 to 9PM, the Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum at FIU will inaugurate a solo video exhibition entitled "Sustenazo (Lament II)" by Polish-born, New York-based artist Monika Weiss (Academy of Fine Arts, Warsaw).

On view April 23- August 3, Sustenazo (Lament II) is one of three videos originally shown as part of Monika Weiss: Sustenazo, an exhibition organized in 2010 at the Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle, in Warsaw, Poland.

For the second time in a row Art Brussels and the Beursschouwburg are inviting a Turner Prize winner to showcase their work. 

Tonight, the London-based video artist Elizabeth Price will be presenting three short films: Woolworths Choir of 1979 (2011, 18 min); The Tent (2012, 12 min) and At the House of Mr. X (2007, 20 min).

This May, Art Basel is launching a sector dedicated to films "by and about artists" at its show in Hong Kong. 

From May 15 to May 17, 49 works by 41 artists, represented by 30 galleries, will be screened at the agnès b. CINEMA at the Hong Kong Arts Centre. 

Curated by Beijing and Zurich based curator, multi-media artist and producer Li Zhenhua, highlights of the program include works by international artists such as Takashi Ishida, Dinh Q.

On Friday, April 18th at 6:30PM, art lovers will have the opportunity to see in person a preview display of 23 cutting-edge works of art available for purchase for this year's edition of Spring Fling Art Auction  (On view through April 24th) at Locust Projects in the Design District.

The stunning works of art are in the price range of $700, from an archival marker on paper by Simon Vega to a Judith Eisler oil on canvas piece for $20,000.