NOVEMBER 2022

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.

(more galleries to come)


 

56 Henry

56 Henry Street, New York, NY 10002

November 9, 2022 – January 15, 2023

 

Laurie Simmons
Color Pictures/Deep Photos 2007/2022

105 Henry Street, New York, NY 10002

October 27 – December 4, 2022

Al Freeman: Floors

website: 56henry.nyc

 

 

 

 

Cindy Rucker Gallery

143B Orchard Street, New York, NY 10002

October 27 - December 11, 2022

Nathaniel Donnett | 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.

 

website: www.cindyruckergallery.com

 

 

Cristin Tierney Gallery

219 Bowery, Floor 2, New York, NY 10002

November 3 - December 17, 2022

Themes and Variations

Elise Ferguson, Mark Sengbusch, and Jennifer Marman and Daniel Borins

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.

 

website: cristintierney.com

 

 

Cuchifritos Gallery + Project Space

88 Essex Street, No. 21 (inside Essex Market), NYC 10002

September 9 - November 19, 2022

Rebecca Adorno, Javier Bosques with Elba Meléndez, Danny Rivera-Cruz, and Chaveli Sifre: KIOSK

Conjuring Cuchifritos Gallery’s material history and placement inside of a public food market, KIOSK draws on familiar as well as abstract associations of the marketplace, re-veiling it as a place of mystery and wonder. The works in KIOSK tend to blur the lines between mental and material environments employing ordinary objects as poetic devices. Tracing parallels between La Placita in Santurce, Puerto Rico and Essex Market in Manhattan, the artists playfully explore notions of memory, indulgence, and joy.

 

website: www.artistsallianceinc.org

 

 

Essex Flowers

19 Monroe Street, New York, NY 10002

October 7 - November 6, 2022

Laura Bernstein: Hell Mouth

Hell Mouth is an installation comprising textiles, puppets, watercolor paintings and a three-channel stop-motion video, by Laura Bernstein. Bernstein’s show draws on medieval theater traditions as an analogy for our current moment of upheaval.

 

website: https://essexflowers.us/HOME

 

 

Fridman Gallery

169 Bowery, New York, NY 10002

September 7 – October 23, 2022

Nate Lewis: Tuning the Current

Lewis has extended his signature paper-carving techniques to explore connections among the visual languages of dance movement, anatomy, medical diagnostics and weather-pattern data. Tuning the Current includes several new bodies of work: a series of life-size sculpted prints of figures in motion; abstract handmade paper “quilts” related in texture and patterns to the figurative works; and a multi-channel audio-visual installation representing a significant new step in Lewis’s ongoing relationship with mixed media.

 

website: www.fridmangallery.com

 

 

FROSCH&CO

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.

website: https://froschandco.com/

 

 

Hashimoto Contemporary

54 Ludlow Street, New York, NY 10002

November 12 - December 3, 2022

 

website: www.hashimotocontemporary.com

 

 

Hyacinth Gallery

179 Canal Street #4B, New York, NY 10013

September 9 - October 23, 2022

Claire Lachow: Survival Mode

website: https://hyacinthgallery.com/

 

 

Krause Gallery

149 Orchard Street, New York, NY 10002

October 13 - November 1, 2022

ROA: ROA

Internationally acclaimed artist ROA in his first solo show in NYC in over 10 years and his 1st solo show this year.

 

website: KrauseGallery.com

 

 

LATITUDE Gallery New York

64A Bayard Street, New York 10013

October 12 - November 11, 2022

Take to Heart.

 

website: https://latitudegallerynyc.com/

 

 

Lichtundfire

175 Rivington Street, New York, NY 10002

October 8 - October 29, 2022

Sandra Gottlieb, Sarah Peterson, Francesca Schwartz and Jon Tobiasz: OUT OF BOUNDS

An exhibition with work in various media, featuring photo-based work while also including work that, either with materials, or subject-matter, or size, surprises in an unexpected, predominantly abstract or abstracted way. The artists in this exhibition go with their work beyond the mold of the expected with their genre, medium or technique, and beyond the individual categories ascribed to their process/es. Every single one of the tight group of artists exceeds the boundaries and limitations of a particular medium with his or her own individual practice — a uniting factor that brings them together, both conceptually as visually. Concept and Curation by Robert Curcio (curcioprojects) and Priska Juschka (Lichtundfire) with Exhibition Walk Thru and Reception: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20 | 6-8 PM.

website: https://www.lichtundfire.com

 

 

Lubov

5 East Broadway, #402, New York, NY 10038

September 17 - October 30, 2022

Kevin Tobin: Doom Boogie Woogie

New paintings by Kevin Tobin.

 

website: www.lubov.nyc

 

 

M23

24 Henry Street, New York, NY 10002

September 7 - November 6, 2022

Anne Wu, Elizabeth Orr, Martine Flor: Anywhere or Not At All

In its most basic form, the concept of the contemporary is simply that of the coming together – hence the unity in disjunction, or better, the living disjunctive unity – of multiple times. More specifically, it refers to the coming together of the times of human lives within the time of the living. Contemporaries are those who inhabit (or inhabited) the same time.

 

website: https://www.m23.co

 

 

Marc Straus

299 Grand Street. New York, NY 10002

October 20 – December 18, 2022

Omar Rodriguez-Graham

website: www.marcstraus.com

 

 

Maxwell Graham + Essex St.

55 Hester Street, New York, NY 10002

September 8 - October 15, 2022

Ghislaine Leung: Balances

This negotiation of mixed identity and the navigation of contingency is pivotal to my work. A work is contingent on its context, this vulnerability is my work's resilience. It is a negotiation of what it means to have dependencies and be dependent. It is a negotiation of what it means to value the labour of maintenance. It is a negotiation of what it means to hold out and resist binarized identities. You know all of this. Setting up boundaries in order to negotiate is vital to the works’ integrity, its identity and my practice as an artist.

 

website: maxwellgraham.biz

 

 

McKenzie Fine Art

55 Orchard Street, New York, NY 10002

September 9 - October 23, 2022

Paul Corio: These Foolish Things

Paul Corio’s abstract paintings have long used highly disciplined sequences of carefully mixed colors within a varied framework of geometric motifs and patterns. In Corio’s work, color is paramount, whether ordered systematically in terms of value, hue, and saturation, or applied randomly and intuitively.

 

website: www.mckenziefineart.com

 

 

Mizuma & Kips

324 Grand Street, New York, NY 10002

October 12 - October 30, 2022

Group ExhibitionFraming the Stretcher

12 Artist group show curated by Gwenael Kerlidou.

Mostly Paintings & Installation.

 

website: www.mizumakips.com

 

 

New Collectors

191 Henry Street, New York, NY 10002

October 14 - October 23, 2022

Yuli Aloni Primor, Taylor S. Bernstein, Jingyao Huang, Rosie K. Kim, Nianxin Li, Silvia Muleo, Pei Ou, Tom Hecht, Camila Varon, Lu Xia, Sora Xu, Kaiqing Yu: Material Mixtape

Material Mixtape is a group exhibition featuring work by 12 MFA candidates at the School of Visual Arts. The show is a snapshot of their current practice before they prepare for their thesis exhibition. The work ranges from site specific installations to intimate paintings and sculpture.

 

website: www.newcollectorsgallery.com

 

 

New York Artists Equity Association Inc.

245 Broome Street, New York, NY, 10002

October 6 - October 30, 2022

Alessandro Levato, Andrea Geller, Blair Thornley, Carla Lobmier, Carol Fabricatore, Carrie Hawks, Dina Weiss, Elizabeth Haidle, Farwah Rizvi, Hema Bharadwaj, Jill Shoffiett, John Patterson, Kelley Simons, Laura M Cleary Williams, Leah Reid, Maryanne Pollock, Melanie Vote, Nora Rodriguez, Phyllis Beinart, Rachel Walker, Riccardo Vecchio, Shiri Mordechay, Stephanie Rauschenbusch, Stephanie Tager, Sunny Chapman, Susan Strande, Warren Linn, Yi-An Pan, Yuko Takei: Personal Geographies

“Personal Geographies showcases artists working in the intractable media of watercolor to explore the intersection between place and memory. This is a juried exhibition featuring works done completely or mostly in watercolor. The theme Personal Geographies is about exploring memories through objects, landscapes, and atmosphere which carries the weight and implications of personal histories and places.”

 

website: https://www.nyartistsequity.org/all-events/personal-geographies

 

 

Olympia

41 Orchard Street, New York, NY 10002

September 15 - October 22, 2022

Kathleen Goncharov: Above and Below

Olympia is pleased to present Above and Below, a first-time exhibition of works on panel by Kathleen Goncharov. For decades, Goncharov alternated between putting on major institutional exhibitions and working in relative solitude in her studio. Currently serving as senior curator at the Boca Raton Museum of Art, Goncharov has practiced as a curator for forty years. Yet through that time, she introspectively cultivated her own visual language.

 

website: www.olympiart.org

 

 

Signs and Symbols

249 East Houston Street, New York, New York

September 7 - October 29, 2022

Rachel Libeskind: Transparent Things

signs and symbols is pleased to present Transparent Things, Rachel Libeskind’s second solo exhibition with the gallery featuring a series of photo-assemblages from the artist’s most recent body of work: Windows. Each painting begins with a collage, assembled on the scanner bed, enlarged, inverted, entire fields of color and information expunged. Excerpts are printed on a selection of materials: latex, silicone, fiberglass netting, different type of PVC and ripstock — and then cut up, painted over, pasted, enlightened, liberated, destroyed and reborn as finished works stretched over “traditional” painting stretcher bars.

 

website: https://www.signsandsymbols.art/

 

 

Spencer Brownstone Gallery

170-A Suffolk Street, New York, NY 10002

September 9 - October 30, 2022

Sonya Blesofsky: Some Noble Parts

Spencer Brownstone Gallery is pleased to announce Some Noble Parts, Sonya Blesofsky’s second solo exhibition with the gallery. Her site-responsive practice explores urban change, dealing directly with the space and neighborhood on which the work is presented. The show features new architectural sculptures and wall work that exhibit traditional and modified mold making practices.

 

website: spencerbrownstonegallery.com

 

 

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.

 

website: Stevenspowers.com

 

 

Thomas Nickles Project

47 Orchard Street, New York, NY 10002

September 15 – November 6, 2022

Roger Toledo: Par | Ergon 

Toledo’s PAR|ERGON brings together two series which bookend the artist’s oeuvre, highlighting how his lifelong fascination with mathematics and color manifests as the structural underpinning for the analytical investigation of his heritage.

 

website: https://www.thomasnickles.com/

 

 

Van Der Plas Gallery

156 Orchard Street, New York, NY 10002

September 30 - October 23, 2022

LeCrue Eyebrows: Primitive Form

LeCrue Eyebrows uses his art as a form of communication — his own visual journal for the world to see. Although there is something seemingly methodical about his work, his creative process starts spontaneously and uses free-form instinctual techniques. This lack of premeditation gives his work a deeply personal originality in exploring thoughtful visceral concepts. He channels stimuli, both consciously and subconsciously absorbed, into strikingly simple yet remarkably nuanced stories on canvas.

 

Jason Mclean, Al Diaz, Clayton Patterson, Clown Soldier, Devon Marinac, Alejandro Caiazza, Susan Day, Kevin Wendall (FA-Q), Ron Burman, Fiona Smyth, Ross Bellamy: Royal Flush

Royal Flush: noun (in poker) a straight flush including ace, king, queen, jack, and ten all in the same suit. Royal flushes top all other hands, and are mathematically the rarest made hands that you can draw. Group exhibition Royal Flush will be displayed in the showroom.

 

website: https://www.vanderplasgallery.com/

 

 

Voltz Clarke Gallery

195 Chrystie Street, New York, NY 10002

September 23 - November 11, 2022

Field Kallop: Circles

In her new paintings, Kallop, whose practice explores universal and fundamental forms and patterns, trains her focus on circles. Discs and spheres are omnipresent in the natural world and we have focused our attention on them since the beginning of recorded history. We have an innate predilection for circular forms and we have always imbued them with meaning. Circles are integral to the studies of math and science and in various cultures they are associated with the divine. These elementary forms represent unity and harmony, but they are also dynamic and unstable. They are simple and complete, yet they signify eternity and infinity. It is these inherent dualities that most interest Kallop, and in these paintings she sets out to examine, synthesize and balance the opposing principles embodied by these familiar forms.

 

wesbite: www.voltzclarke.com