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May 16,


(check with each gallery for time)

No appointment or tickets needed.

Blade Study

17 Pike Street, New York, NY 10002

April 18 - May 26, 2024

"Escalator to the Overlook" : Ryan Decker

In his first exhibition with the gallery, Ryan Decker is taking a hike. A walk on a winding trail wherein he deploys the materials of camping and the outdoors to transmute experiences from an adolescence spent experimenting in the Blue Ridge Mountains of the Appalachian Highlands. Escalator to the Overlook marks a change in the artist's practice, wherein Decker has moved from furniture design to fine arts, creating sculptural work on the border of figuration that translates the mechanisms of post-war machinery into an REI-infused fever dream..


Cindy Rucker Gallery

143B Orchard Street, New York, NY 10002

May 16 - June 22, 2024

Opening Reception: May 16, 6-8pm

"How Does the World End (for others)? Score for New York" : Beate Geissler & Oliver Sann

“By the year 2022, overpopulation, pollution, and apparent climate catastrophe have caused severe worldwide shortages of food, water, and housing.” -Soylent Green


Essex Flowers

19 Monroe Street, New York, NY 10002

April 20 - May 19, 2024

"The Earth Wants You Back" : Linnea Vedder

Linnea Vedder creates paintings as haptic experiences, fabricated from pieced cotton, linen, and wool, dyed and layered with acrylic and oil paint, these paintings begin with intricate lattice and pineapple motifs, derived from the study of quilt-making. Connection emerges as the theme of this exhibition— to earth and sky, to children and ancestors, and to the portals that usher us into communion– the dirt on your hands, as well as the water that washes it off. “The Earth wants you back” is both a call to connection and a reminder, like ashes to ashes, that we all eventually return to where we came from.


GR Gallery

255 Bowery, New York, NY 10002

May 3 - June 1, 2024

"Transfiguration" : Atreyu Moniaga, Dalya Moumina, Karen Shiozawa, Mayuka Yamamoto

GR gallery is pleased to announce "Transfiguration," a group exhibition of new and recent works by Atreyu Moniaga, Dalya Moumina, Karen Shiozawa and Mayuka Yamamoto, presenting five artworks each at the gallery’s location on Bowery.

The artists will be present.


Harman Projects

54 Ludlow St, New York, NY 10002

May 4 - May 25, 2024

"Birds on Cages" : Sandra Chevrier

Is true freedom attainable? It’s a lofty question, but one artist Sandra Chevrier hasn’t shied away from in her years of artmaking. Her solo exhibition Birds on Cages at Harman Projects NYC is the newest presentation of paintings and mixed-media works in her Cages series, a growing body of work that highlights how grand societal expectations of women actually limit their actions and desires. Merging hyperreal portraits of women with the pop-aesthetic of comic book superheroes, Chevrier’s paintings offer a fresh perspective on liberation and the powers women have to destroy their cages; to sing for freedom.


Krause Gallery

149 Orchard St, New York, NY 10002

May 16th - June 16th 2024

Opening Reception: Thursday, May 16 

"Imposters" : Dave Pollot

Krause Gallery presents Dave Pollot's first solo show at the gallery with his new series "Imposters."



175 Rivington Street, New York, NY 10002

May 2 - 25, 2024

Opening Reception: Thursday, May 16 

PANTA RHEI - Everything Flows (Heraclitus) Cosmit Impermanence

Gretl Bauer, Leslie Ford, Edward M. Giordano Jr., VIctoria Lowe, Tammi Meehan and Gerald Wolfe


Inspired by the Greek pre-socratic Philosopher Heraclitus (500 BC), and his idea of constant change - all things are in flux - this exhibition in various media addresses the concept of a world that Heraclitus describes as "always becoming but never being".  Panta Rhei = everything flows, the Greek term for the realization of a concundrum - that in Heraclitus' words, "No man ever steps in the same river twice", with the joined connotation/meaning that both neither the river nor the man/human will be the same a second time.  The artists in this exhibition with painting, process art, sculpture, and woroks on paper, and with their own individual practives, comment visually and conceptually on the notion of flow and movement while also emoting, abstractly, existential observations about form, humanity and personhood.  Curatorial Walk Thru and RECEPTION, Thursday May 16 | 6-8 PM






Steven Harvey

208 Forsyth Street, New York, NY 10002

April 20 - May 25, 2024

"Autofiction" : Susan Lichtman

Steven Harvey Fine Art Projects presents Autofiction, an exhibition of paintings by Susan Lichtman. Some of the pieces were included at Lichtman’s recent show at the Rose Art Museum, in an exhibition celebrating her forty-two year career at Brandeis University. Autofiction is a genre of literature that combines autobiography and invention. Lichtman paints scenes of her household and family, however her works serve a novelistic function instead of a documentary one, creating what she thinks of as fictions, which attempt “mystery and specificity at the same time.” Working from memory to depict her own home “somehow allows for a more resolved image.” These scenes are the emotional result of prolonged meditation; portraits of continuity and change over time rather than immediate snapshots.


Susan Eley Fine Art

190 Orchard Street, New York, NY 10002

April 11 - May 25, 2024

"Femme" : Angela A'Court, Charles Buckley, Deirdre O'Connell, Deborah Freedman, Miriam Hitchcock, Ruth Shively, Jan Testori-Markman and Ulla Scheinemann

Throughout the history of art the feminine form has served a multitude of purposes as muse, model, object of lust and a representation of societal standards or morals. Presented for public consumption, women’s bodies were displayed as commodities within and for the male gaze. In Femme, SEFA reexamines these notions and explores contemporary depictions of women at our New York City Gallery.


Thomas Nickles Project

47 Orchard Street: Between Grand & Hester New York, NY 10002

March 30 – May 25, 2024

"Inward Light" : Carlos Estévez

The conceptual underpinnings and formal qualities of "Inward Light" reflect Estévez’s interest in depictions of spiritual guidance —Art can be a beacon, for those who want to follow it.


Westwood Gallery NYC

262 Bowery, New York, NY 10012

May 16 - June 29, 2024

Opening Reception: May 16, 6-8pm

"Loft Law: Photographs by Joshua Charow" : Joshua Charow, Carmen Cicero, Loretta Dunkelman, Betsy Kaufman, Kimiko Fujimura, Joseph Marioni, Carolyn Oberst, Marsha Pels, Gilda Pervin, Steve Silver, Mike Sullivan, Jeff Way

WESTWOOD GALLERY NYC presents "Loft Law: Photographs by Joshua Charow," the first exhibition for New York-based documentary photographer and filmmaker Joshua Charow (b. 1998), curated by James Cavello. This is Charow’s premiere exhibition of his photographs and short documentary films on New York artists covered by Article 7-C of the Multiple Dwelling Law, also known as the Loft Law. Hidden behind this legislation were thousands of artists who changed the trajectory of New York’s cultural landscape. The exhibition includes forty photographs by Charow and eighteen works of art by eleven of the artists featured in the photographs.




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