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August  2023

105 Madison St New York, New York 10002

On Thursday, August 17th,
the following galleries remain open late (check with each gallery)
to allow visitors to engage with the vibrant art community in the Lower East Side.

No appointment or tickets needed.


July 21st - August 16th, 2023

I don't mind, if you forgive me;

Shawn Powers, Motherseth, and Robert Roest.

Join us for the closing reception of bridddge inaugural exhibition featuring Robert Roest, Shawn powers, motherseth.
















Flush Gallery

16B Orchard Street, New York, NY 10002

August 1st - August 20th, 2023

Holding Rainbows;

Yen Yen Chou

For her second solo show at Chinatown Soup, Yen Yen explores the multiverse of life forms that exist within our natural world, depicting microcosms of meaning and revelation hidden inside the smallest things. Savor candied colors, immerse in the bittersweet urge to taste texture, and enjoy this visual symphony.



July 18 - August 20, 2023

Lake Weed;

Scout Curtin

Ed. Varie is pleased to present Lake Weed, a solo exhibition with Scout Curtin. Lake Weed is a survey of Curtin's work, 2019-present, exhibited for the first time collectively. Curtin is a NY based painter with a BA from the NYU Gallatin School of Individualized Study. Lake Weed will be Curtin's third exhibition with Ed. Varie, and her first solo exhibition.

95 Avenue B, Ground Floor, New York, NY 10009

95 Avenue B, New York, NY 10009

July 18th - August 20th, 2023

Mimicry as Enchantments: Artistic Echoes and Reflections;

Moss Loke O’Connor, Sara Zielinski, Christian Wechgelaer, Mengyu Han, Lisa Hennig-Olsen, Jared LeClaire, Hanna Washburn, Emile Kees, Jiyu An, Nelli Bissot

Mimicry as Enchantments: Artistic Echoes and Reflections beckons you to step into a realm where the boundaries of reality and imitation are blurred, inviting us to question, explore, and contemplate the profound impact of the age of information and how it changes our perception of ourselves and reality.

42 Allen street, New York, NY 10002



September 5th - October 7th, 2023

Beyond the Mauve Zone;

MaryKate Maher

Maher uses collage techniques, rooted in photographic prints of empty space, to create physical manifestations of the void. Collaging prints of color gradients on both paper and metal, she creates works which evoke geological sites verging on psychic landscapes. Her sculptures combine UV prints, resins and plasters to create references to reliquary busts and totems, figure-esque forms that erase elements of the body while building up the structures that support them.

102 Eldridge NY, NY 10002

Ongoing through September, 2023

Danish Ceramics: Yesterday and Today

Nils Kahler, Tina Langhoff, Ulla Hansen

Vintage and contemporary ceramics made in Denmark. Also on view: vintage Scandinavian furniture, textiles and lighting.

170 Forsyth St, New York, NY 10002


August 12th - September 3rd, 2023


Faustine Badrichani, Edgard Barbosa, Caitlin Carney, Yvette Cohen, Brandon Clarke, Jen Dwyer, Michael Ezzell, Bryan Fernandez, Anne von Freyburg, George Goodnow, Brittany Holloway-Brown, Alison Kruvant, Jared leClaire, Tara Lewis, Lydia Nobles, Yuval Pudik, Dena Sturm, Patricio Tejedo, CHiNGLiSH WANG, Cyle Warner, Alida Wilkinson, Ted Wray, Peter Zelle

Join us for the grand opening of Liquidity, a special group show chosen by our esteemed panel of judges Akeem K. Duncan, Marina Press Granger, & Maryana Kaliner and compiled by incredible guest curator Natasha Roberts. While widely ranging across mediums, the 23 featured artists collectively and cohesively illuminate the interplay between tangible and intangible elements, inviting viewers to contemplate the liquidity both inherent in emotional experiences and present in our physical surroundings, and the fluidity that governs our lives and relationships. Liquidity will be on view until September 2023.

149 Orchard St, New York, NY 10002


August 12th - September 1st, 2023

14th Annual Emerging to Established summer group show - Part 1; 

Dave Pollot, Michael Mapes, Hama Woods, Chris RWK, Penny, Bustart, Yok x Sheryo, Ryan Monahan, Brett Kern, Andre Veloux, Adam Greener, Sergio Farfan, Roy's People, Andrew Scott, Pool&Marianela, Plastic Jesus, Billy Ludwig, Mikael Takacs, Clarence Ruth, Sahara Novotna, Nils Westergard, Wizard Skull, Matt Belval, Mateo Bories

 A snapshot of the contemporary art world from emerging to established artists from around the globe.

92 Orchard Street, New York, NY 10002


August 2nd - August 26, 2023

HekTad & Friends; 


Graffiti show showing some of the biggest names in Graffiti.

12 Eldridge St, New York, NY 10002


May 11th - September 19th, 2023

A Collage of Customs;

Mark Podwal

A Collage of Customs features Podwal's inventive interpretations of woodcuts from the 16th-century Sefer Minhagim (Book of Customs).

190 Orchard St, New York, NY 10002


July 7th - September 2nd, 2023


Andrew Hildenbrand and Carlos Puyol

Susan Eley Fine Art is proud to exhibit recent paintings by Andrew Hildenbrand and Carlos Puyol. Polyrhythm will be on view July 7th-September 2nd at the Lower East Side Gallery, with an opening reception July 13th. Making his debut at SEFA, Hildenbran's textural abstractions hum with life alongside Puyol's energetic and fluid canvases.

156 Orchard Street, New York, NY 10002


August 4th - August 27th, 2023

Strange Brew;

E. F. Higgins III, Ron Burman, Konstantin Bokov, Kevin Wendall (FA-Q), Juan Carlos Pinto, Clown Soldier, Sonni

Strange Brew's artists's works collectively span over forty years and bring together an amalgamation of style and ways of seeing that create a mosaic of life and vision from the depths of New York City in the 1980s through the 90s to where the twenty first century begins to bring new evolutions of structure and form passed along the creative tapestry from one artist to the next. Found objects transformed into windows of New York City share the air with faces painted from the stretch of what defines a portrait in this showing that reaches back to touch The Rivington School of the Lower East Side and many other ways of beauty that have wound their way through the years to find where they now come together with elements of Pop, minimalism, collage and figure.

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