3 Must-See Chelsea Gallery Shows at Gagosian, Mary Boone, Andrew Edlin


Jean Prouve structure with Chamberlain sculptures at Gagosian 24th Street

Three amazing shows – up for another week or so.  And thank you Dan Hallman for pushing us west to see the fantastic Prouve show at Gagosian! I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, Gagosian is REALLY dialing up his game.  Each show better than the last.

Here are my 3 recommendations:

Gagosian 555 West 24th
Til thru April 4th

Absolutely love the Prouve installations (Chamberlain I can do without) but Jean Prouve’s two prefabricated houses and key architectural models are fantastic.


architectural model at Gagosian show

Ericka Beckman
Mary Boone 524 West 24th
Til April 25th

Super-8 film and sculptural props. Very experiential!


This film was created in 1983 but this is the first time the film along with the sculptural props are shown as a complete installation.

Victor Moscoso
Andrew Edlin Gallery, 134 10th Avenue @ 19th
Til April 25th


GREAT GREAT show. Victor Moscoso is one of the pre-eminent graphic artists of the 20th century, and widely renowned for his 1960s psychedelic posters and comics. This is the first exhibition of the full range of his drawings, including original renderings for his cover of Zap Comix #4 (1969), the Hocus Pocus story and posters for The Doors and The Who. In 1968, Robert Crumb invited him to join Zap Comix. Moscoso’s abstract and lyrical comics debuted in issue 2 and he has remained a driving force of the Zap collective through to its final iteration, a 2014 “Complete Zap Comix” box set that sold out immediately upon its release.

More images below:


Prouve and Chamberlain at Gagosian 24th Street


Prouve | Chamberlain


Prouve architectural model at Gagosian


Victor Moscoso



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