Weekly Roundup

Gabriel Orozco

Gabriel Orozco, Details of the working "Table (Desert Samples)", 2010. Courtesy of the artist and PKM Trinity Gallery.

In this week’s roundup: Gabriel Orozco is on view in Seoul, Cindy Sherman imagines the social, several artists are honored for their contributions, and more.

  • Gabriel Orozco: Selected Works which is on view at PKM Trinity Gallery (Seoul), showcases 50 works by Gabriel Orozco.  This includes sculptures, paintings, photos, drawings and installations.  The exhibition runs through November 30.
  • Mel Chin will give a lecture on November 14th in Museum Het Domein Sittard (The Netherlands).  Chin was the winner of the biennial Fritschy Culture award, which is given to artists who give shape to cultural diversity and make world citizenship the subject of their art.  Chin’s Disputed Territories is on view at the museum through December 12.
  • Cindy Sherman imagines the social through her photography as part of Embarrassment of Riches: Picturing Global Wealth at the Harrison Photography Gallery 365.  This exhibition explores how photographers picture and examine the new evolving political economy.  The show is on view until January 2, 2011.

  • Hiroshi Sugimoto is showing new photography in The Day After at Pace Gallery.  The first and third galleries will feature Sugimoto’s 2009 Lightning Fields series and two diptychs which are considered his largest photographs.  This exhibition closes December 24.
  • Kara Walker was interviewed for the Huffington Post about being an honoree at the Brooklyn Museum’s Women in the Arts luncheon which benefits the artistic and cultural programs of the museum and its Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art.
  • Raymond Pettibon’s Repeater Pencil is a 14-minute video installation is composed of the work of Raymond Pettibon.  The work includes several drawings and watercolors—animated and set to audio narration.  This exhibition is on view at the Bowdoin College Museum of Art through January 2, 2011.