Maybe it’s just that spring is in the air, or that an icy chill threatened to destroy the newly blossomed buds, but The Observer saw a lot of indoor grass last week. It was wonderful. We also attended some non-grassy openings, a magazine launch party and a photography show. Here are some photos from our week. And unless we note otherwise, all of these pictures were taken by the writers and editors at Gallerist. —R.J.
Ms. Cameron-Weir presented her second show at Ramiken on a rainy Sunday evening, a supremely minimal display of new sculptures.
Artist Kembra Pfahler strikes a pose with a woman 'dressed' as one of the girls of Karen Black (members of Ms. Pfahler's glam-punk band the Voluptuous Horror of Karen Black).
Water lilies. De rigueur for this recreation of a pond at Monet's gardens.
Artist Terence Koh and May Anderson join revelers for a stroll around the pond.
Rob Nadeau and EJ Hauser organized a large group show at the latter's Sunset Park studio this weekend, kicking this off with a blowout opening on Saturday evening. Among the hits: a choice Tamara Gonzales/Chris Martin painting and a cute little Stacy Fisher abstract sculpture sitting on a little shelf.
Including a portrait of painter Charlien von Heyl.
Gallerist Maxwell Graham recently moved his gallery, Essex Street, to Eldridge Street. On Sunday evening he opened the new, larger location, with screenings of work by the late filmmaker Owen Land.
The Skaters do a sound-check before their performance at Family Business, the tiny new contemporary art space of Maurizio Cattelan and Massimiliano Gioni.
Mr. Cattelan designed the cover of this month's issue of Vice, a photograph of three objects including a dildo, artfully hidden by a black sticker that says "dildo." Even the owner of the gallery, who recently had a retrospective at the Guggenheim, had to wait in line for booze.