Art to See in New York and London

05 Apr 2017

by Kyung An and Jessica Cerasi

Contemporary art can be baffling. Our new book Who’s Afraid of Contemporary Art? offers insights into today’s art scene, cutting straight to the questions that matter.

Here are our top picks of what not to miss in London (from Jessica) and New York (from Kyung).

Phoebe Boswell at Tiwani Contemporary, London

Stine Deja at Annka Kultys Gallery, London

Drawing Room Biennial 2017

Ryoji Ikeda at Almine Rech, London

2017 Whitney Biennial, New York

Liz Glynn at the Doris C. Freedman Plaza, New York

The rehang of works by artists from the majority-Muslim nations whose citizens have been affected by Trump’s immigration ban, fifth floor permanent collection galleries at The Museum of Modern Art

Doug Wheeler at Guggenheim Museum, New York

Sara Cwynar at Foxy Production, New York

Kyung An is Assistant Curator at the Guggenheim Museum, New York. She holds a PhD from the Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London. Follow Kyung on Instagram.

Jessica Cerasi is a curator and writer, and formerly Exhibitions Manager at Carroll / Fletcher gallery. She was Assistant Curator of the 20th Biennale of Sydney in 2016 and previously Curatorial Assistant at the Hayward Gallery, London. Follow Jessica on Instagram.

Packed with behind-the-scenes knowledge and written in plain language, Who’s Afraid of Contemporary Art? is the perfect gallery companion both for those totally new to the scene as well as seasoned exhibition-goers looking to broaden their knowledge.

Who’s Afraid of Contemporary Art?
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About Art to See

Art to See is ArtRabbit’s new series of editor’s picks. We’ve invited leading artists, curators and writers to share with us exhibitions and art events that left an impression on them.

What London-based art practitioner would you like to hear from? You can email us your suggestions at support@artrabbit.com.