until Sep 18 2016
This first retrospective on the artist emphasises the themes Lockett explored over the course of his decade-long artistic career. Working within the artistic traditions of found materials, he addressed subjects of racial, economic, and political unrest, including the unfulfilled promises of the civil rights movement and environmental degradation. Largely unrecognised in his lifetime, Lockett fits squarely into evolving histories of American art in the late twentieth century.
AMERICAN FOLK ART MUSEUM
2 Lincoln Square, New York, NY 10023
until Aug 27
The Good Luck Gallery will be presenting the show Disparate Minds, a website dedicated to documenting progressive art studios. Daniel Green, William Scott, Joe Zaldivar and Roger Swike will be on display, each of whom incorporates text into their work in a singular manner.
THE GOOD LUCK GALLERY
945 Chung King Road, Los Angeles Chinatown, CA 90012
Jul 30 – Aug 13
Artists create a one foot square canvas forming a larger piece in One Bare Foot Square. The mosaic canvas will project a spectrum, weaving together each individual’s life journey; reflecting on their experience, hopes, thoughts & imagination through their diverse practice, from doodles, painting, stencil to mixed-media.
until August 19 2016
Cavin-Morris Gallery will present the first in a series of bi-annual exhibitions spotlighting some of the artists represented by the gallery. Each artist will be exhibited on his or her own wall or separate section of floor space. Artists include Jon Serl, Gregory Van Maanen, J.B. Murray, Joseph Lambert, Melanie Ferguson, Rafa Perez, Tony Pedemonte and Tim Rowan.
210 Eleventh Avenue, Suite 201 (between West 24th and 25th streets), New York, NY 10001