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Published: Wednesday 06 September, 2017

Hairy Who artists Jim Falconer, Art Green, Gladys Nilsson, Suellen Rocca, and Karl Wirsum will be at Matthew Marks for a panel discussion. The reason to celebrate? The gallery is releasing Nike HypervenomX Proximo II DF TF - Laser Orange/Black/Volt The Hairy Who Publications 1966 1969, a $50, limited edition bookfeaturing the Chicago collective's first "comic books" to be published in full color. The occasion also marks a turning point in the group ofself publishing. THURSDAY, JULY 9 Opening: Science at Marianne Boesky Gallery This summer group show focuses on artists whose work is in dialogue with science. Based on its press release, which promises grotesque, [and] beautiful work, the show has a horror thriller vibe. Featuring everything from classical painting to digital imaging, Science looks at the sublime, the uncanny, discovery, and experimentation in art today. Opening: Nobuyoshi Araki at Anton Kern Gallery "EROS DIARY" is the name of this show, which features 77 new black and white photographs. These photos are distinct from the rest of the photographer's oeuvre in that personal introspection is the dominant theme instead of the usual mix of eroticism and death. A press release states, "These photographs highlight an unusual softness and somber introspection as Araki internalizes recent personal traumatic events including the loss of his beloved cat, Chiro, his fight with prostate cancer, and later, the loss of vision in his right eye." Touchingly, each photograph is also time stamped as a tribute to the anniversary of Araki's marriage to his late wife Yoko.

Opening: FAILE at the Brooklyn Museum of Art FAILE is the name of Nike HypervenomX Proximo II Brooklyn based artist duo consisting of Patrick McNeil and Patrick Miller. Formed in 1999, FAILE synthesizes consumer culture with religious traditions, American folk quilts with comic books, and, on a grander scale, pop culture with both fine and street art. This overview will include The FAILE BST Deluxx Fluxx Arcade, an interactive, graffiti decorated environment created together with Brooklyn artist Bst that includes video games, pinball machines, and foosball tables, as well as Temple, a life size installation depicting the ruins of a temple devoted to consumerism.