At Museums and Auctions, Paintings, Posters and a Magician’s Treasures


“Joan Jonas”

Significant-scale artworks are portion of Dia’s DNA, and this clearly show of the museum’s Hudson Valley branch capabilities three significant installations in its collection by the groundbreaking video and general performance artist Joan Jonas, perhaps greatest identified for her 2015 present in the U.S. Pavilion at the Venice Biennale. Ms. Jonas has rethought the functions for the museum’s cavernous decreased stage, and two of the items, “Stage Sets” and “After Mirage (Cones/May well Home windows),” both of those from 1976, are recent acquisitions. Continuing Dia Beacon,


“Ruth Asawa: All is Possible”

Arranged by the respected curator Helen Molesworth, this demonstrate of extra than 100 will work is element of a continuing hard work to familiarize the community with the Japanese American sculptor Ruth Asawa (1926-2013). Her most effective-recognised is effective are looped- and tied-wire sculptures, and the show mixes individuals with the lesser-identified drawings and abstract work, in an energy to see the totality of her occupation. Nov. 4 to Dec. 18 David Zwirner Gallery,

The Ricky Jay Collection

The renowned magician, author and actor Ricky Jay died in 2018, leaving behind a trove of artifacts and memorabilia. Much more than 1,000 products distribute more than 700 loads will go on the block in this two-day sale. Unusual publications on magic and posters featuring Harry Houdini’s finest feats are in the mix. Some of the heaps are estimated at only a couple of hundred bucks — get there soon, in advance of they disappear. Oct. 27 and 28 Sotheby’s New York,

Impressionism From the Cox Collection

When he died past November, the oil and expenditure magnate Edwin L. Cox remaining behind some decision art collections. To start with to occur on the block at Christie’s are 25 Impressionist images by the likes of van Gogh and Gustave Caillebotte. The trove involves Paul Cézanne’s landscape “L’Estaque aux toits” (ca. 1883-85), with an estimate of $35 million to $55 million. Mr. Cox’s decorative arts and home furnishings will be bought in an on line sale Nov. 9 to 19. Nov. 11 Christie’s New York,

“Bronx Contacting: The Fifth Aim Biennial”

Almost 70 artists who recently participated in the Bronx Museum’s fellowship system, Artists in the Marketplace, are featured in this vast-ranging show — this is a collection of genuinely rising talents, as opposed to some other biennials. Trevor King’s “Never” (2021), an set up manufactured of burlap, paper and wooden, mixes with movies by Lawrence Mesich and Kris Gray, among the other functions. Nov. 10 to March 20 Bronx Museum of the Arts,