A Cat's Meow @ Shrine and Sargent's Daughters In New York

Independent curator Brooke Wise presents A Cat’s Meow, a group exhibition featuring work by Anja Salonen, Misha Kahn, Sam Crow, Thomas Barger and Ana Kraš. The exhibition explores the dichotomy of the interior versus the exterior, the domestic versus the wild, the archetype versus the atypical.

A Cat’s Meow will be on view until March 17, 2019 at Shrine and Sargent’s Daughters, 179 E Broadway, New York. images courtesy of Brooke Wise

Six Dark and Dangerous Gallery Exhibitions On View Now In New York

1. See Delta blues musician, gravedigger and artist James ‘Son Ford’ Thomas's incredibly crude, but morbidly beautiful sculptures that are often made with real teeth and hair, on view at 80WSE Gallery 2. Female pop artist Marjorie Strider begs you to come hither and see some of her early masterpieces on view now at Broadway 1602 3. Deborah Kass reimagines Andy Warhol's 13 Most Wanted Men at Sargent's Daughters 4. Viewer DISCRETION...children of BATAILLE, curated by Kathleen Cullen, presents a group show of artists as disparate as Hans Bellmer, Max Snow and Picasso for an exhibition that explores erotica and the "permutations of our own desires."  5. Seth Price presents almost 80 works of art, with mediums such as airbrush and polymer paint, at Petzel Gallery 6. Los Angeles based photographer Torbjørn Rødland gets religious and erotic with his tongue-in-cheek, groin tingling work on view at Algus Greenspon. 

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1. Lisa Yuskavage gets dark and seductive at her amazing exhibition on view now at David Zwirner gallery 2. Rosson Crow's Hysteria: Spatial Conversations with Florine Stettheimer is on view at Sargent's Daughter's 3. Elgreen and Dragset Past Tomorrow is on view at Galerie Perrotin 4. Jeppe Hein All We Need Is Inside on view at 303 Gallery 5. Eikoh Hosoe's dark photographs are on view at Howard Greenberg Gallery 6. Nina Leen Lenslady is on view at Daniel Cooney 7. David Shrigley at Anton Kern Gallery 8. Mike Kelley: Pansy Metal/Clovered Hoof at Carolina Nitsch 9. John Giorno Space Forgets You at Elizabeth Dee 10. Peter Saul last chance to see From Pop To Punk at Venus Over Manhattan.