Join us for the return of
LES Second Sundays!!
(check with each gallery for time)
No appointment or tickets needed.
55 Delancey Street, New York, NY 10002
September 6th - September 12th 2023
Pardon Me : RETNA
Pardon Me, shares its name with the centerpiece of the show, a larger than life triptych work on paper, lending itself as a space for meditation between two sides of an artist in struggle. Two key works are presented in this exhibition in order to emphasize a sense of duality, instigate confrontation, and allow room for dialogue.
313 Bowery, New York City, NY 10003
September 6 – October 5, 2023
16B Orchard Street, New York City, NY 10002
September 1 - September 10, 2023
The Nong Rak : CHERRY W. RAIN-PHUANGFUEANG & HOME PHUANGFUEANG
19 Monroe Street, New York, NY 10002
September 8 - October 1, 2023
The Daily Mirror : STEPHEN LAUB
34 E Broadway, New York, NY 10002
September 8 - October 15, 2023
News from nowhere : STEVE GREENE
FROSCH&CO is pleased to present News From Nowhere, Steve Greene’s fourth solo exhibition with the gallery. The show features the artist’s most recent series of works and marks his return to painting.
Joanna Frank Design Shop
102 Eldridge St New York, NY 10002
Ongoing thru October
Scandinavian Design : PAAVO TYNELL, LISA JOHANSSON-PAPE, ULLA HANSEN, TINA LANGHOFF
The best of Scandinavian Design
299 Grand St, New York, NY 10002
September 10 - October 29, 2023
This is Onuzulike's first one-person exhibition with the gallery. A ceramics artist, renowned poet, and a leading figure in the contemporary ceramic art scene in Africa, Onuzulike will present works from four series: Palm Kernel Shell Beads, Yam, Honeycomb, and Chainmail. The works directly address challenges that are not only historical and contemporary to Africa but also the world over with regard to colonialism, migration, and global warming.
MICHAEL BROWN 2023
MARC STRAUS is pleased to present the artist’s
fourth solo exhibition with the gallery
124 Forsyth Street, New York, NY 10002
September 8th - October 21st 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.
55 Orchard Street, New York, NY 10002
September 8 - October 8, 2023
Flight : CHRIS GALLAGHER
In these new paintings, Chris Gallagher retains the vibrant bands of color he has employed in his paintings for decades, but here they are interspersed with structure, shadow and illusionistic depth. The resulting images appear to contain slices of flowing energy, with the addition of mysterious spaces of unknown scale. The paintings in Flight were inspired by airline travel undertaken as the pandemic eased; Gallagher took photos from his plane seat during flights, capturing oblique fragments of the aircraft window along with unfamiliar stratospheric light flowing over the cabin surfaces. In each work, Gallagher has melded color, velocity and space into paintings that feel both tightly contained and spatially expansive.
41 Orchard St. New York, NY 10002
August 12th - October 7th, 2023
The Less We Say About It The Better : MICHELLE LAXALT AND JIHA MOON
An exhibition of ceramic works made in collaboration by Michelle Laxalt and Jiha Moon. Created in the joyful spirit of exchange in Moon's studio in Atlanta, Georgia, the work embraces curiosity, intuition, trust, and delights in what can be uncovered through play and chance.
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.
THOMAS NICKLES PROJECT
47 Orchard Street, NY NY 1000
September 9 – November 19, 2023
An Inventory of Tools for Coping : ELSA MORA
Encapsulating Elsa Mora’s efforts to process and understand her experience, An Inventory of Tools for Coping revolves around the universal themes of crisis, recovery and healing.