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Five Art Galleries, Five Cities.

Art & Design

No matter what city you’re in, spring is near.  Shake those winter blues, it’s time to hit the galleries. We’ve put together lists of the Top 5 exhibitions happening in each of our cities during March.  It’s a mixed bag of the familiar with some new discoveries thrown in.

Why not make a day of it? Stop by the Concierge desk for a lunch recommendation.

1. Gagosian Gallery- Taryn Simon
2. Victoria Miro- John Kørner-Fallen Fruit From Frisland
3. White Cube- Kris Martin
3. Pace London- Keith Tyson- PANTA RHEI
4. Blain Southern- Mat Collishaw | This Is Not An Exit

Los Angeles
1. Elephant Art Space- Busi Babba
2. Human Resources- Fritz Haeg/ Sundown Schoolhouse: At Home in L.A.
3. Matthew Marks- Robert Gober Sculpture Drawings Studies
4. Prism- Mario Testino
5. Galleries on the Downtown Art Walk

1. SintzerRoy Dowell and Alexander Kroll
2. Rubell Family Collection- Alone Together
3. The Margulies Collection- The Collection
4. Bass Museum of Art- the endless renaissance
5. Diana Lowenstein Fine Arts- Santiago Villanueva

New York
1. Paul Kasmin Gallery- Will Ryman 
2. Hauser & Wirth Gallery- Dieter Roth. Björn Roth 
3. The Drawing Center- Alexandre Singh- The Pledge
4. 303 Gallery- Doug Aitken- 100 Years
5. David Zwirner- Suzan Freconpaper- paper

1. Birch Libralato- Shaan Syed
2. Corkin Gallery- Françoise Sullivan, Blind Scribbles
3. MKG127- Imaging Saturn (Oppositions 2011-2040) by Risa Horowitz 
4. Whippersnapper- Richard Müller
5. Mercer Union- Paul Sietsema