On April 3, Gagosian Gallery will present an Urs Fischer exhibition in two parts, one uptown in a new space at 821 Park Avenue at 75th Street and the other downtown in a temporary space at 104 Delancey Street. The exhibition is related to and will feature works from Fischer's 2013 "YES" exhibition, made on-site at Geffen Contemporary with 1,500 contributors. 

The works selected for the exhibition include sculptures of "a one-legged boy in an armchair, a big foot, a fireplace, some columns, a bust of Napoleon, a Louis XIV chair, a mermaid (conceived as a functional fountain), a depiction of sleep, a man copulating with a pig, a man and woman embracing, a hat on rocks, a man in a boat, a faceless cat, a pile, a Pièta, a lion in chains, and so on," a truly eclectic mix described as a "chaotic little non-family of things."

For more information, check out the exhibition page over at Gagosian's website.