03/15/2013 12:07 pm ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

10 Exhibitions You Should Know About

Rochelle Feinstein

at On Stellar Rays

Lower East Side - New York, NY, USA

Mar 17, 13 - Apr 28, 13

On Stellar Rays and Higher Pictures are pleased to present a joint exhibition of Rochelle Feinstein. The exhibition brings together two bodies of work from 2000-05 and 2012. Both actively deploy words, declarations and cliché expressions in service of making images. read more...


Reynold Reynolds

at Christopher Grimes Gallery

Santa Monica - Los Angeles, CA, USA

Mar 16, 13 - May 04, 13

Christopher Grimes Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of work by Reynold Reynolds. Working primarily with 16mm film and often employing stop motion or time-lapse photography, Reynolds has developed a distinct filmic language, creating contrived worlds full of powerful pictorial symbols.  In the south gallery Reynolds will present a series of recent video works, where impossibilities are made possible through his signature aesthetic - a lens that can fill one with reverence for the mundane. read more...


The Radical Camera: New York’s Photo League, 1936-1951

at Norton Museum of Art

West Palm Beach, FL, USA

Mar 14, 13 - Jun 16, 13

In 1936, a group of young, idealistic photographers, most of them Jewish, first-generation Americans, formed an organization in Manhattan called the Photo League. Their solidarity centered on a belief in the expressive power of the documentary photograph, and on a progressive alliance in the 1930s of socialist ideas and art. (The Photo League also helped validate photography as a fine art, presenting student work and guest exhibitions by established photographers. read more...


Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller: The Paradise Institute

at Museum of Contemporary Art, Cleveland

Cleveland, OH, USA

Mar 16, 13 - Jun 09, 13

In addition to their solo art practices, Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller have collaborated on a number of projects that investigate perception and immersive environments. The Paradise Institute is one of their most ambitious and complex works to date, exploring the psychological effects of cinema. read more...


James Turrell: Roden Crater and Autonomous Structures

at Pace London, Soho

London, UK

Mar 15, 13 - Apr 20, 13

Pace is honored to present an exhibition of work by James Turrell in anticipation of his unprecedented three-venue museum exhibition on view concurrently at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and Museum of Fine Arts, Houston this spring. read more...


George Bellows (1882-1925): Modern American Life

at Royal Academy of Arts

London, UK

Mar 16, 13 - Jun 09, 13

This exhibition will be the first retrospective of works by American realist painter George Bellows to be held in the UK. When Bellows died at age forty-two, he was considered one of the greatest artists in America. His fascination with New York’s gritty urban landscape, its technological marvels and the diversity of its inhabitants, made him both an artist of the modern city and an insightful observer of the dynamic and challenging decades of the early 20th century. read more...


David Maljkovic: Sources in the Air

at BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art

Gateshead, UK

Mar 15, 13 - Jun 30, 13

This large scale exhibition of David Maljkovic (Rijeka Croatia, 1973) will present an overview which spans from his early work up to the present day and includes the Scene for New Heritage trilogy. This epic series of films brought critical attention to the artist. read more...



at Jewish Museum Berlin

Berlin, Germany

Mar 15, 13 - Apr 26, 13

A Film Installation by Isabel Robson and Susanne Vincenz set to the Kafka Fragments op. 24, by György Kurtág Two women travel eastwards from Berlin, in their luggage a violin and the Kafka Fragments music by the Hungarian composer György Kurtág. In an abandoned roundhouse along the railway line, they discover a resonant cavity which becomes a turntable through time – for the East through which singer Caroline Melzer and violinist Nurit Stark travel dissolves away from specific places and drifts into the imaginary. The women become figures that at times seem to stem from real socialism, at others from the world of Franz Kafka. read more...


Lee Bul

at Lehmann Maupin, Hong Kong

Central - Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Mar 14, 13 - May 11, 13

Considered the leading Korean artist of her generation, Lee Bul has achieved international recognition for her formally inventive, intellectually provocative oeuvre. Characterized by an unwavering defiance of boundaries, Lee Bul’s work demonstrates a commitment to exploring a variety of challenging media while experimenting with form. Her work is influenced by and references utopian thought found in literature, art and architecture, which are formally applied in sculptural works that refer to society’s pursuit of perfection in all forms of life; physically and as a society. read more...


New Visions New Voices

at National Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea

Seoul, South Korea

Mar 12, 13 - Jun 23, 13

New Visions New Voices this year is showcasing its 17th edition. In the Korean art world, the exhibition was an effort that started in the 1980s to break away from the institutional inertia of the conservative National Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea, and tried to focus on young artists' experimental spirit, in order to represent the youthful mind. For the longest time now, it was the biannually organized exhibition that has historically reflected the museum's policy of focusing on a contemporary viewpoint on art, finding a future perspective of art, and testing its curatorial capability. read more...