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560 Broadway, New York City


January 20–February 17            

Marilyn Minter

February 3–March 3                  

Pete Omlor

February 24–March 24              

Will Insley

March 8–April 28                      

Mies van der Rohe: Vintage Photographs & Drawings

March 31–April 28                   

Betty Woodman

May 5–June 9                           

Thomas Nozkowski: Paintings    

May 5–July 27                           

Architecture from Erik Gunnar Asplund to Zaha Hadid, including Erik Gunnar Asplund, Ricardo Bofill, Douglas Darden, Peter Eisenman, Richard Buckminster Fuller, Michael Graves, Zaha Hadid, Arata Isozaki, Rem Koolhaas/OMA, Mark Mack, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Charles Moore, Massimo Scolari, Barbara Stauffacher Solomon, Bernard Tschumi, James Wines/SITE, Frank Lloyd Wright

June 14–July 27                         

Alan Sonfist

September 15–November 3       

Erik Gunnar Asplund: Architectural Projects 1912-1940

20th Century Architecture

September 22–October 27        

Judy Pfaff: Equinox

November 3–December 1          

Scott Burton: The Early Works

Sculptural and Functional

November 8–January 5              

New Projects, including Erik Gunnar Asplund, John Eberson, Peter Eisenman, John Hejduk, Coop Himmelb(l)au, Rem Koolhaas/OMA, Also Rossi, SITE, Bernard Tschumi


Selected Drawings by Gallery Architects, including Erik Gunnar Asplund, John Eberson, Peter Eisenman, John Hejduk, Arata Isozaki, Rem Koolhaas, Aldo Rossi, Louis Sullivan, Bernard Tschumi, Mies van der Rohe, James Wines/SITE, Frank Lloyd Wright

December 6–January 12                        

Dana Duff


Max Protetch Gallery Warehouse / 214 Lafayette Street, New York City


October 13–November 10         

Sol LeWitt: Large Scale Concrete Block Sculpture


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January 19–February 16            

Siah Armajani: Elements

February 23–March 23              

David Reed: Recent Paintings

March 30–April 27                    

Judith Shea: Monument Statuary

May 4–June 1                           

William T. Wiley: New World Odor

June 25–September 28              

Green, including Siah Armajani, Erik Gunnar Asplund, Roberto Burle Marx, Roger Ferri, Michael Graves, Isamu Noguchi, Frederic Schwartz, SITE, Alan Sonfist, Barbara Stauffacher Solomon, Peter Walker, James Wines/SITE, Elyn Zimmerman, Elia Zenghelis

September 7–October 5            

James O. Clark: Sculpture

October 5–November 9             

Richard DeVore: Pottery

October 10–November 9           

Thomas Nozkowski: Paintings

November 14–December 14      

Betty Woodman: Ceramics

November–December 14         

Four Painters: Will Insley, David Reed, Andrew Spence, William T. Wiley

December 19–January 25          

Stubborn Painting: Now and Then, including Forrest Bess, Paul Feeley, Philip Guston, Mary Heilmann, Jonathan Lasker, Elizabeth Murray, Thomas Nozkowski, Philip Taaffe, Richard Tuttle; curated by Ruth Kaufmann and Mike Metz



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January 29–March 7                  

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe: Drawings

Andrew Spence: Paintings

March 7–April 4                       

Will Insley: Wall Fragments and Drawings, 1966–1992

March 12–April 11                    

Mary Carlson: Recent Work

April 11–May 9                         

Marilyn Minter

May 9–June 6                           

Glenn Ligon: Paintings

May 9–June 6                           

Judy Pfaff: A New Work and Related Drawings

June 16–September 16              

Group Show, including Erik Gunnar Asplund, Michael Graves, John Hejduk, Rem Koolhaas/OMA, Frank Lloyd Wright, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Aldo Rossi, SITE, Louis Sullivan, Frank Lloyd Wright

September 19–October 17        

Scott Burton: The Concrete Work

Byron Kim: Recent Paintings

October 24–November 28         

David Reed: Recent Paintings

October 24–December 12         

Aldo Rossi: Drawings and Prints

December–January 9                 

A New American Flag, including Vito Acconci, Carl Andre, Siah Armajani, Ken Buhler, Mary Carlson, Mel Chin, James O. Clark, Dana Duff, Jimmie Durham, Mary Hambleton, Mitchell Kane, Robin Kahn, Mitchell Kane, Deborah Kass, Joseph Kosuth, Andrew Krasnow, Sol LeWitt, Roy Lichtenstein, Glenn Ligon, Donald Lipski, Chris Martin, Fabian Marcaccio, Heather Nicol, Cady Noland, Thomas Nozkowski, Pike Powers, Richard Prince, Joyce Robbins, Mira Schor, Andres Serrano, Judith Shea, Haim Steinbach, Andrew Spence, William Wegman, Lawrence Weiner, Sue Williams


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January 19–February 27            

Betty Woodman: Balustrades and Other Vases[NL1] [IH2]


January 9–February 27              

Works on Paper, including Dana Duff, Byron Kim, Glenn Ligon, Thomas Nozkowski, Judy Pfaff, David Reed, Andrew Spence

February 18–March 20              

Judith Shea: All about Adam, and Eve


March 25–April 24                    

Thomas Nozkowski: Recent Paintings & Works on Paper

April 29–July 30                        

Siah Armajani: Streets

June–July 30                             

Outdoor Sculpture Displayed Indoors, including Siah Armajani, Scott Burton, James O. Clark, Tony Cragg, Sol LeWitt, Judy Pfaff, Judith Shea, Betty Woodman

September 11–October 16        

Richard DeVore

September 11–October 16        

Andrew Spence

October 23–November 20         

Glenn Ligon: Recent Work

December 4–January 8              

Gallery Artists: Early Work

December 4–January 15            

Gallery Architects: Early Work, including Erik Gunnar Asplund, Richard Buckminster Fuller, Michael Graves, Zaha Hadid, Arata Isozaki, Rem Koolhaas, Frank Lloyd Wright, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Aldo Rossi, Paul Rudolph, SITE, Frank Lloyd Wright


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January 15–February 12            

William T. Wiley: Recent Work

January 22–February 19            

Oliver Herring: A Flower for Ethyl Eichenberger: An Ongoing Project

February 19–March 19              

Erik Gunnar Asplund

February 26–March 26              

Great Houses of the 20th Century, including Erik Gunnar Asplund, Michael Graves, Zaha Hadid, Coop Himmelb(l)au, Louis Kahn, Frank Lloyd Wright, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Aldo Rossi, SITE, Venturi Scott Brown, Frank Lloyd Wright

March 24–April 16                    

Byron Kim

April 2–April 30                         

Bernard Tschumi

April 23–May 21                       

Betty Woodman

April 30–June 4                         

Rochelle Feinstein

June 10–July 9                          

Drama: Fariba Hajamadi, Oliver Herring, Glenn Ligon, Marilyn Minter, Max Mohr, David Reed, Jeanne Silverthorne; curated by Xavier LaBoulbenne

June 10–July 9                          

Claudia Matzko

September 10–October 8          

Judith Shea: Selected Works, 1979–1994

Stories: Jean Luc Blanc, Oliver Herring, Byron Kim, Douglas Kolk, Glenn Ligon, Max Mohr, Joyce Pensato

October 12–November 26         

Siah Armajani: Recent Work

October 15–November 26         

Richard DeVore: New Work – In Situ

November 22–December          

Oliver Herring: Empty Pages

December 1–January 7              

New Paintings, including Rochelle Feinstein, Glenn Ligon, Thomas Nozkowski, Joyce Pensato, David Reed, Andrew Spence


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January 8–February 4                

Marilyn Minter

January 8–February 4                

Max Mohr

February 18–March 25            

David Reed: New Paintings & a Painting in Scottie’s Bedroom

March 25–April 22                    

Michael Verjux: IN/OUT Lighting Works [in collaboration with the Guggenheim Museum SoHo and The New Museum]

April 1–April 22                         

Fariba Hajamadi 

April 29–May 20                       

Joyce Pensato: The Dark Side of You Know Who

April 29–August                        

Scott Burton: Sculpture Not Previously Exhibited

June 3–July 10                          

Emmett Kim

July–August 31                          

Scott Burton

July 17–August 31                     

Glenn Ligon: Skin Tight

September 7–30                       

Cutting Up, including Siah Armajani, Scott Burton, Zaha Hadid, Donald Judd, Julian Opie, Andrew Spence [Part 1], Jake & Dinos Chapman, Gregory Green, Max Mohr, Takashi Murakami, Mike Sale [Part 2]

October 5–November 4             

Glenn Ligon: Photos & Notes

November 9–December 2          

Thomas Nozkowski: An Autobiography

November 9–December 2          

Richard Buckminster Fuller

December 16–January 13          

Joyce Pensato: Drawings


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January 27–February 17            

Alfred Jensen: Drawings and Paintings 1952–1979

January 27–February 17            

Oliver Herring: Selected Works

February 24–March 23              

Betty Woodman: Balustrade Vases and Bellagio Drawings

March 30–April 27                    

Gregory Green

May 3–June 1                           

Scott Burton: Chaise Longings; curated by Nancy Princenthal

May 3–June 1                           

Thomas Demand

August–September 28               

Extended Minimal, including Uta Barth, Thomas Demand, Rochelle Feinstein, Gregory Green, Peter Halley, James Hyde, Maya Lin, Hiroshi Sugimoto, David Reed

October 5–November 2             

Richard DeVore: New Work

October 5–November 2             

Louis I. Kahn

November 7–December 7          

Chakaia Booker

November 7–December 7          

Rochelle Feinstein: Men, Women, and Children


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January 9–February 8                

Thomas Nozkowski: L.A. Drawings

January 9–February 9                

Betty Woodman: A Winter Garden, Mostly Italian


[From February to April, the gallery was open by appointment only.]



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April 12–May 3                         

Tadao Ando and Richard Pare

May–June 14                            

Byron Kim: I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud

June 25–July 31                         

No Man

June 25–July 31                        

Drawings by Frank Lloyd Wright

September 6–27                       

Thomas Nozkowski: New Work

September 6–27                       

Max Mohr: Sculpture

October 4–November 1                         

Richard DeVore

October 4–November 1                         

Scott Burton

November 5–December 6          

Oliver Herring: New Work

December 13–January 29          

Photography and Video from China

Zhuang Hui, Wang Jinsong, Ma Liuming, Zhang Peili, Li Yongbin, Yang Zhenzhong


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January 3–January 28                

Glenn Ligon: Nothing Under the Sun

January 31–February 28             

Betty Woodman: Recent Work in Ceramic, Glass from Cirva, Marseille

March 3–28                              

Double Kitsch: Painters from China, including Hong Hao, Wang Jinsong, Fang Lijun, Ai Weiwei, Su Xinping, Cao Yong, Song Yongping

April 4–May 13                         

Siah Armajani: Park Furniture Sculpture & City Center Drawings

April 18                                     

Rainer Ganahl: IMPORTED. A Reading Seminar [Book Presentation]

May 16–July 3                           

David Reed: Las Vegas Piece Paintings and Video Installation

July 1–August 31                       

From Here to Eternity: Painting in 1998, including John Currin, Lisa Yuskavage, Robin Lowe; curated by Ruth Kaufmann


September 12–October 10        

Fang Lijun: Painting and Woodcuts

December 5–January 16                        

Zaha Hadid

October 17–November 25         

Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle: The Garden of Delights


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February 3–27                          

Zhang Huan: Works from 1994–1998

March 4–April 3                       

Zaha Hadid: Architectural Drawings and Paintings

April 10–May 8                         

Oliver Herring: New Video and Sculpture

May 13–June 19                        

Michelangelo Pistoletto: Does God Exist? Yes I Do!

September 11–October 16        

Aldo Rossi: A Remembrance

October 23–November 27         

David Reed: New Paintings


December 9–15                        

Futures to Come, including Hariri & Hariri, Greg Lynn, Krueck & Sexton

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