What’s On This Week(end): New York, April 20-22, 2018
“If only we knew. Nothing’s new.,” is an exhibition of mixed-media by A.I.R. Fellowship Artist Dominique Duroseau. In her work the Haitian-American artist explores issues of race and blackness. Most recently, she was a panelist at Black Portraiture[s] at Harvard Univerisity and was featured in a special solo-project at Twitter’s HQ in New York. This is Duroseau’s first solo exhibition at a gallery in New York City.
Opening reception: Friday April 20th, 6pm-8pm
The exhibition runs through May 20th.
155 Plymouth, Brooklyn 11201.
Ward Lamb presents an exhibition of paintings and drawings based on the male figure. In recent years, Lamb’s love of botany and pattern has entered his visual preoccupations. This has given a new vision and life to his current works. Lamb obtained his MFA in painting from Brooklyn College in 1981. The Leslie-Lohman Museum is dedicated to exhibit and preserve LGBTQ art and foster the artists who create it.
Leslie-Lohman Project Space
Opening Reception: Friday April 20th, 6-8pm
Exhibition: April 21-22, 12-6pm
127-B Prince Street, New York, NY 10013
Sotheby’s April’s offering of decorative arts explores the art of design throughout the centuries. Spanning from the sixteenth to the twenty-first century, this sale brings together English, European, and American silver, ceramics, furniture, and tapestries, with an array of Pre- and Post-War Design objects and furniture. The sale includes distinguished French furniture and Chinese Export porcelain from the collection of the late Elizabeth Keck that adorned her Jacques Grange-designed Southern California home. This diverse selection of property illustrates the evolution of design and imagines a textured, eclectically decorated interior.
Sotheby’s New York
SESSION 1: 20 APR 2018 | 02:00 PM | LOTS 1001 – 1163
SESSION 2: 22 APR 2018 | 11:00 AM | LOTS 1171 – 1584
1334 York Avenue, New York, NY 10021