On Thursday, November 17th,
the following galleries remain open from 4 pm -8 pm
to allow visitors to engage with the vibrant art community in the Lower East Side.
No appointment or tickets needed.
56 Henry Street, New York, NY 10002
Laurie Simmons: Color Pictures / Deep Photos
November 4 - January 15, 2022
There is humor in Simmons’s images—their miniaturized elements throwing into relief the constructed, larger-than-life nature of the work of feminine seduction—but there is also tenderness, and real power. Surpassing the ephemeral world of the internet, these women offer a vision that is vivid, deeply alive, ecstatically full, thanks to Simmons’s act of layered revisiting. Her dolls are real women, generously suspended before us, as if in an act of magic.
Al Freeman: Floors
October 27 - December 4, 2022
Each of the four vinyl sculptures that hang in the room resembles an assortment of iconic objects on a surface viewed from above: A dark woodgrain floor with lotto tickets torn and scratched; a luminous Scandinavian job populated by Alka-Seltzer packages; black and white tiles offset a chewable Pepto Bismol packet; a cement pavement cluttered with pennies and receipts. Just the usual sights, unremarkable things enlarged, purposefully out of scale with the intricately made backgrounds.
103 Allen Street, New York, NY 10002
November 17 - December 17, 2022
Robert Martin: Flamboyant Beckoning
Cindy Rucker Gallery
143B Orchard Street, New York, NY 10002
October 27 - December 11, 2022
Nathaniel Donnett: and/ or/ existence
Nathaniel Donnett’s work discusses existential migration/ N. Masani Landfair creates work that sparks a dialogue about how the misuse of the environment effects health issues, poverty, and climate change.
N. Masani Landfair: and/ or/ existence
The African American aesthetic is testament to both the persistence and regenerative strength of tradition. The evolution of its sonic and visual output is guided by both academically trained artists and other aesthetically astute artists whose creative visions were honed through family and community experiences.
Cristin Tierney Gallery
219 Bowery, Floor 2, New York, NY 10002
November 3 - December 17, 2022
Elise Ferguson, Mark Sengbusch, and Jennifer Marman and Daniel Borins: Themes and Variations
This exhibition highlights work by artists influenced by the history and strategies of design. Their practices exhibit a devotion to research and technology, complemented by an economy of form and command of materials. In Themes and Variations, the artists’ experimental approaches have been channeled into a spirited body of abstract paintings and sculptures marked by repetitive forms and suggestive palettes.
Derek Eller Gallery
300 Broome Street, New York, NY 10002
November 17 - December 23, 2022
Michael Berryhill: El Paso
245 Broome Street, New York, NY 10002
November 3 - December 4, 2022
Fran O'Neill, Anthony Rebholz, Bruce Gagnier
Recent large scale abstract paintings by O'Neill, imaginative floral paintings by Rebholz, life-sized figurative bronzes by Gagnier
19 Monroe Street, New York, NY 10002
November 11 - December 11, 2022
Zachary Fabri / Benin Ford / Fabienne Lasserre / Jonathan Miralda and Andrés Villalobos / Richard Roth / Carolina Saquel / Maria Walker: Magic Lantern
Calvin Burton 9:31 AM (3 hours ago) to me Connecting to the world through the senses of sight and touch, and their conflation in the haptic. Works by Zachary Fabri, Benin Ford, Fabienne Lasserre, Jonathan Miralda & Andrés Villalobos, Richard Roth, Carolina Saquel, Maria Walker.
2 East Broadway, #22, New York, NY 10038
October 28 - December 18, 2022
Rafal Bujnowski: Lamp Black Love Story
“Lamp Black Love Story,” Rafal Bujnowski’s second solo exhibition at the gallery, analyzes the effects of light on surfaces and how this fusion generates meaning. Minimalist figurations seem to move in and out of abstraction in mysterious scenes replete with desire. A primary visual theme of the exhibition is lamp black, the traditional carbon paint with blue and brown undertones that seems to contain a world of colors within it. Bujnowski embraces the possibilities of monochrome tonality and the positive/negative binary as sites of struggle and desire, while always considering the role of the artist within this nexus of relationships.
169 Bowery, New York, NY 10002
November, 2 - December 17, 2022
Ghalia Benali, Hana Yilma Godine, Dindga McCannon, Ambrose Rhapsody Murray, Wura-Natasha Ogunji, Anastasiia Podervianska, Sahana Ramakrishnan, Alisa Sikelianos-Carter, Nafis M. White: Fabula Rasa
Fridman Gallery is honored to present Fabula Rasa, a group exhibition of nine artists from across generations and around the world who create new myths by taking traditional fables as points of departure. The exhibition is a collection of stories, a platform for experiencing the rituals depicted by the artists, an opportunity for the gallery space itself to become ceremonial grounds.
34 E Broadway, New York, NY 10002
October 20 - November 27, 2022
Yanik Wagner: Unmapping
In Unmapping, Wagner explores how we navigate our presence in space and time. The artist distills mundane places and events through memory, reflecting on both the absurdity and connectedness of phenomenal experience. His paintings capture the peculiar state of being-in-the-world and collapse a sense of physical location, temporality, and movement.
Gallery Arte Azulejo
154 Orchard Street, New York, NY 10002
November 9 - November 30, 2022
Veronica Miranda Martinez: Back to the Origins
Verónica Miranda Martinez is an abstract artist from Madrid, Spain. Through Abstract Art, mixing distinct textures, techniques, and bright colors in her creations, Verónica explores themes surrounding creation.
255 Bowery, New York, NY, 10002
November 3 - December 3, 2022
Naritaka Satoh: REVEAL
GR gallery is pleased to present “Reveal”, Naritaka Satoh first solo exhibition in the U.S. and with the gallery. Spreading around the whole gallery space, the show will present fourteen artworks executed with the artist signature technique combining acrylic and pencil on wood panel. Appositely conceived for the event, this new body of works expands Satoh’s visual vocabulary with enhanced subjects, colors and expressions and deepen his discourse on the introspection and duality of the human psyche and the complexity of the hidden symbolism. His highly unique style juxtaposes hyper realistic, perfectly balanced and controlled, black and white details, with howling and instinctive, abstract-expressionist like, thick acrylic brushstrokes.
Hannah Traore Gallery
150 Orchard Street, New York, NY 10002
November 17 - February 4, 2023
Anya Paintsil: Proof of Their Victories
Through striking usage of rug-hooking, embroidery, and tapestry-making, Paintsil weaves together investigations into identity, culture, and legend.
54 Ludlow Street, New York, NY 10002
November 12 - December 3, 2022
Genevieve Cohn: Tracing Shadows
Hashimoto Contemporary is pleased to present Tracing Shadows, a solo exhibition by Boston-based artist Genevieve Cohn. The exhibition will be Cohn's inaugural solo presentation at Hashimoto Contemporary.
179 Canal Street #4B, New York, NY 10013
November 4 - December 18, 2022
Genevieve Goffman: Before it All Went Wrong
Genevieve Goffman uses a range of 3D modeling and printing practices to represent a totalizing vision of human achievement, failure, and ambition in the context of artistic and political world-building.
264 Canal Street, Suite 5E, New York, NY 10002
September 29 - November 18, 2022
Pedro Wirz: sadnest
On September 29, we inaugurate Kai Matsumiya’s new gallery space at 264 Canal Street with a solo exhibition by Swiss-Brazilian artist Pedro Wirz. Following Wirz’s presentation at the Kunsthalle Basel in 2021-22, sadnest continues the artist’s investigations into the interlinked realms of the organic, synthetic, and technological as they relate to radically altered and rapidly changing perceptions of the environment.
149 Orchard Street, New York, NY 10002
November 17th - December 31st
Mikael Takacs and Bustart: Stills // Motions
Stills of on screen icons and Motions of iconic charcaters; Mikael Takacs and Bustart create works to fondly rrevisit the past and affectionately progress to whats to come..
LATITUDE Gallery New York
64A Bayard Street, New York, NY 10013
November 12 - December 18, 2022
Kyong Kim & Tiantian Luo: Verify in Field
175 Rivington Street, New York, NY 10002
November 3 - November 26, 2022
INTERSTELLAR - Between Stars
Barbara Bachner, Gretl Bauer, Henry Biber, Leslie Ford, Philip Gerstein, Augustus Goertz, Victoria Lowe and Bobbie Moline-Kramer
This exhibition, with work in various media, digital art, painting, process art and works on paper, brings together a group of accomplished mid-career artists by way of a curatorial concept that connects their work as it alludes to an outer space, cosmic and otherwise ethereal experience invoked by color, composition, material and medium. INTERSTELLAR presents an eclectic group of artists that encompasses minimalist and process work as well as abstract expressionism and abstract surrealism — while marking the gallery's 7-Year-Anniversary on 175 Rivington Street. Curated by the gallery's director Priska Juschka with a Reception THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17 6-8 PM.
5 East Broadway, #402, New York, NY 10038
November 12 - January 8, 2023
Covey Gong & Eli Ping
New sculpture and installation work by Covey Gong and Eli Ping
299 Grand Street. New York, NY 10002
Through December 18, 2022
Katrina Andry: Into the Water and Out of the Fire
MARC STRAUS is pleased to present Katrina Andry: Into the Water and Out of the Fire, an exhibition of works spanning from 2017 to the present. This will be Andry’s first one-person exhibition with the gallery.
MARC STRAUS is pleased to present an exhibition of recent works by Mexico City based artist Omar Rodriguez-Graham. This will be Rodriguez-Graham's third one-person exhibition with the gallery. Omar Rodriguez-Graham's paintings are the results of his ongoing exploration in the terrains of color, texture, and time.
Abdulnasser Gharem: Hospitable Thoughts
Abdulnasser Gharem (b. 1973) lives and works in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. In Hospitable Thoughts, his first solo gallery exhibition in New York, he engages with themes of control and authority, as well as a desire to preserve and respect the history upon which traditional art is built.
Maxwell Graham / Essex Street
55 Hester Street, New York, NY 10001
October 29 - December 16, 2022
McKenzie Fine Art
55 Orchard Street, New York, NY 10002
November 4 - December 18, 2022
Laura Sharp Wilson: From The Dining Room
Laura Sharp Wilson paints with acrylic on mulberry paper mounted on wood panels, creating vividly colored, precisely rendered works that draw on a visual language derived from the world of decorative arts. In this exhibition, botanical imagery predominates in compositions that are more ordered and simplified than in previous paintings. Patterns and motifs found in textiles, porcelain, and jewelry have long been a constant in Wilson’s surreal environments; forms are encircled, tethered, bound, or draped by cords, ribbons, ornamental beads, and thorny flowering vines.
Signs and Symbols
249 East Houston Street, New York, NY 10002
November 3 - December 20, 2022
Anabel Daou: Only If
Annabel Daou's second solo exhibition at the gallery, Only If, explores themes relating to nature, history, personal experience and collective belonging. Daou’s language-oriented work draws from the words that saturate ordinary life. The word “only,” here, registers the intractable desire to claim individual experience and to hold steadfast in the moment to one or another oscillating position taken in relation to others or to ourselves.
Steven S. Powers + Joshua Lowenfels
53 Stanton Street, New York, NY 10002
October 20 - November 20, 2022
Ryder Henry: Housing Works
Ryder Henry's paintings and sculptures explore an urban future through a lens of the past—views of a future that seemingly has already happened. Vintage cars and bikes line crushed-stone streets, a rocket shell has been converted into apartments, and turbines generate power. Nostalgia is ever present and there is a calm that belies the intensity of the environments.
Steven Harvey Fine Art Projects
208 Forsyth Street, New York, NY 10002
October 19 - December 10
Anne Harvey & Raymond Mason: In Paris
In Paris is a two person exhibition of American painter Anne Harvey (1916-1967) and her friend English sculptor Raymond Mason (1922- 2010). Both artists spent most of their working lives in Paris. They captured their adopted city with verve and obsession; from throngs of humanity in Mason's work to a complex web of empty interiors and individual figures in Harvey's.
Susan Eley Fine Art
190 Orchard Street, New York, NY 10002
November 3 - December 21, 2022
James Isherwood & Lisa Pressman: Downtown Debut
Downtown Debut is a reflection of the diversity of Susan Eley Fine Art’s dynamic artist roster. James Isherwood and Lisa Pressman represent SEFA’s embrace of figuration and abstraction; of painting and paper; of landscape and mark-making; of color and minimalism. Their solo presentations on the Lower East Side will be displayed on separate floors for viewers to appreciate the skill and uniqueness of each artist.
Thomas Nickles Project
47 Orchard Street, New York, NY 10002
November 17 - January 22, 2023
Adrian Fernandez: Sketch for a Monument
Two distinct bodies of work—mysterious virtually rendered photographic landscapes featuring elaborate decaying skeletal structures and rusted abstract sculptural volumes of welded corten steel—unite in Cuban-born artist Adrián Fernández architectural fictionalization of the ways in which ideology is perpetuated.
Van Der Plas Gallery
156 Orchard St, New York, NY 10002
November 11 - November 27, 2022
Club 51: Artworks from Al Diaz, LeCrue Eyebrows, Jason McLean, Shalom Neuman, & Devon Marinac
Group exhibition featuring artworks from Al Diaz, LeCrue Eyebrows, Jason McLean, Shalom Neuman, & Devon Marinac.
Voltz Clarke Gallery
195 Chrystie Street, New York, NY 10002
November 17 - January 6, 2023
Holland Cunningham: Details
Holland Cunningham is an American painter whose recent body of work reflects on her studies at the American Academy in Rome. Spending six weeks at the American Academy in Rome had a positive impact on Cunningham’s work and expanded her oeuvre, since there were already ties between her abstract work and some 18th century Italian frescoes and paintings. Cunningham continues to make work inspired by the paintings of Tiepolo and other late Italian artists, as well as frescoes in the very ancient churches and ruins of Herculaneum and Pompeii. The American Academy inspired Cunningham to explore making paintings inspired by such works of art in a more literal way—a slight move away from her current series, “Other People’s Memories.” However, both bodies of work follow the theme of memory and what remains. Whether it is an ancient fresco in an ash -covered palazzo in Pompeii, or a moment in time of a family snapshot, both reside in the past, but the memory remains, especially as the viewer projects their own histories or memories onto the work Cunningham creates.