(check with each gallery for time)
No appointment or tickets needed.
55 Delancey Street, New York, NY 10002
September 15 - October 21, 2023
What I Eat in a Day : Lisa Larsson
The exhibition is a feast for the eyes. Large scale canvases showcase a menu of incredibly detailed and rich oil paintings that feature plates of pasta on messy table clothes with half drunk glasses of wine, perfectly baked loaves of sourdough, and lust-worthy cheese platters, all washed down with a bloody mary, a tall glass of lemon water, and a bunch of perfect grapes!
16B Orchard Street, New York, NY, 10002
October 3 - October 15, 2023
Looking forward to it : Sophia Meng
Chinatown Soup is pleased to present looking forward to it, an exhibition by resident artist Sophia Meng, featuring works on paper and mixed-media ritual objects.
95 Avenue B, Ground Floor, New York, NY 10009
October 3 - November 5, 2023
Future. Forward. Freedom. : Helen Banach, Chris Berntsen, Sanford Biggers, Whitney Bradshaw, Cinthya Briones, Wildcat Ebony Brown, Scout Curtin, Camella Ehlke, Dillon Gardner, Coby Kennedy, Shireen Liane, Adelle Lin, Marka27, Helina Metaferia, Yvette Molina, Tim Okamura, José Parlá, Matt Pinner, Michele Pred, Lynore Routté, Stefan Ruiz, Hank Willis Thomas, and Leo Villareal.
Ed. Varie is pleased to present Future. Forward. Freedom. a Wide Awakes group exhibition and benefit led by co-curators Andrew Lockhart, Wildcat Ebony Brown, and Michele Pred. Future. Forward. Freedom. is an ode to the spirit of radically reimagined evolution and emancipation, aligned with the ethos of The Wide Awakes movement. Future. Forward. Freedom. features artists within The Wide Awakes community whose works resonate with our collective principles.
175 Rivington Street, NY NY 10002
October 5 – November 4, 2023
IN IT FOR THE LONG HAUL –
Curated by Robert Curcio (curcioprojects)
O’Delle Abney, Claudine Anrather, Chakaia Booker, Paul Brainard, William Carroll, Christopher Hart Chambers, Bill Claps, Gregory de la Haba, Zavier Ellis, Lin Evola, Jonathan Feldschuh, Karen Fitzgerald, Danielle Frankenthal, Chambliss Giobbi, Edward M. Giordano Jr., Augustus Goertz, William Graef, John Grande, Amy Hill, Mary Hrbacek, Sam Jackson, Neil Jenney, Simen Johan, KAORUKO, Bodo Korsig, Pamela Lawton, D. Dominick Lombardi, Karen Marston, Claire McConaughy, John Mendelsohn, Frodo Mikkelsen, Mike Miller, Bobbie Moline-Kramer, Loren Munk, James Austin Murray, Julie Oakes, Leah Oates, Catya Plate, Leemour Pelli, Sebastian Piras, Joyce Pommer, Richard Purdy, Walter Robinson, Steve Rockwell, Terry Rodgers, Lenora Rosenfield, Pierre St-Jacques, Gae Savannah, Gerald Slota, The Sonder Institute, Andre Stitt, Hideki Takahashi, TODT, Sandy Van Iderstine, Martin Weinstein, LeRone B. Wilson and Ben Woolfitt.
Conceived and curated by Robert Curcio (curcioprojects), the exhibtion is a survey of artists from Curcio’s over 30-year career that exemplifies the meaning of the title – being dedicated to doing something for a long period of time, especially when done with considerable effort or difficulty. This is not an exhibit of the newest, hottest, what’s only trending now, but of artists and their work that will pass the test of time. The artists Curcio curated into the exhibition reflect a life in art with a person’s relationship to an artist and their art.
October 8 - November 5, 2023
MARC STRAUS is pleased to present new works by Natasha Das (b.1984, Assam, India) in her first solo exhibition with the gallery. Born and raised in Assam, India and trained in classical representational oil painting in Italy, Das turned her attention to fiber-based materials in 2017. Her exploration of various textiles produced in India, their traditional roles, and social connotations signals a symbolic return to her roots.
MARC STRAUS is pleased to present Sidewalk Talismans, our inaugural Project Room exhibition (fourth floor), featuring new paintings by Sean Noonan.
Both artists will be present
124 Forsyth Street, New York, NY 10002
September 8 - October 21, 2023
A memory, eternal : Bethany Czarnecki
A memory, eternal presents a dynamic collection of new works from Bethany Czarnecki. Building upon her repertoire of transcendentally ambiguous, yet unmistakably female forms in saturated, polychromatic hues, Czarnecki’s newest paintings incorporate jewel tones and magnified bending shapes to create immersive sensory experiences. Employing color as a carrier of emotion, the artist’s paintings explore the evocative relationships between light and shadow while conjuring a unique sense of place.
191 Henry St, New York, NY 10002
September, 07 - October 22, 2023
A Pottery/Star : Ryan Rennie
The ambiguous title, Pottery/Star, hints at Rennie’s playful tendency to explore work with dual meanings. Without a deeper understanding of the themes and symbols throughout his work, one could take the title to be self-aggrandizing. With a closer look, his interest in space and constellations, their connection to spirituality, and the use of clay throughout many creation stories, allows for a more nuanced take on the title.
128 Rivington Street, New York, NY 10002
September 1 - October 15, 2023
"Last Days of Summer" New Paintings : Maxwell Stevens
ONETWENTYEIGHT is delighted to present MAXWELL STEVENS “Last Days of Summer” a powerful collection of new oil paintings. Taking on the grand tradition of gestural abstraction inspired by the North Atlantic coast and especially along Long Island, the artist superposes explosively energetic abstractions directly atop intimate beach scenes rendered with meticulous precision. Overpainted in jewel-like blues, aquas, and teal, they are a celebration of leisure, friendship, and family, as well as the mutually voyeuristic nature of public beaches where everyone is willfully exposed.
13 Monroe Street, New York, NY 10002
September 9 — October 22, 2023
Brush the Heat : Georgia Elrod
Peninsula is pleased to present "Brush the Heat", a solo show of new works by Georgia Elrod.
129 Eldridge Street, New York, NY 10002
September 14 - October 15, 2023
Dream Articulations : Kyp Malone
Multimedia artist Kyp Malone is largely known for his musical contributions which include scoring, production and bands like TV on the Radio, Rain Machine and Ice Balloons. In addition to this, Kyp has maintained a painting practice since childhood and described his recent works of watercolor on paper as “redecorating the architecture from cult indoctrinations,” having been brought up with the Jehovah Witness (for which he sometimes delivered public sermons). Kyp’s early life and cosmology was informed by the teachings of the church but as he grew into adulthood, his path led him away from the church and its teachings. New guides appeared in his life which broadened his view and his paintings reveal a deeply personal paracosm.