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March  2023


On Sunday, March 12th,
the following galleries remain open from 4 pm -7 pm
to allow visitors to engage with the vibrant art community in the Lower East Side.

No appointment or tickets needed.



105 Henry St, New York, New York, 10002

February 2 – March 12, 2023


Ohad Meromi : The Spirit of the Dance

How should a monument be? In his first solo show at 56 Henry, Ohad Meromi asks this question by presenting a gargantuan sculpture of a naked figure, rough-hewn but graceful, which towers over the space of the gallery. Loosely based on the 1932 William Zorach sculpture “Spirit of the Dance,” Meromi’s figure, made of orange Polyurethane foam and bearing both breasts and a penis, positions itself as a sculpture in the process of becoming. For Meromi, the monument, with its potential connotations of oppression, triumphalism, and force, is recreated here in the gentler form of a proposal: a model for a freer, better world. With its malleable materiality, imprinted by the artist’s hand, Meromi’s sculpture celebrates the ability to rethink the possibilities of the body in the context of art, and offers the exhibition space as a site that presents a hint of a utopian horizon.



88 Eldridge Street, New York, NY 10002
Feb 11 - April 2, 2023


Christophe Fellay and Marie-Noële Guex : Long ago in a soft light

Long ago in a soft light, by Marie-Noële Guex and Christophe Fellay, is an installation of interconnected sound and visual artworks created from “traces” recorded during a series of performances at 601Artspace in 2019. Through a collaborative generative process that deconstructs their work into granular entities, Guex and Fellay privilege structure and process over content to create meaning.


56 Eldridge Street, New York, NY 10002

March 3 – April 9, 2023

Jesse Benson, Léo Chesneau, Daniel du Bern, Jeremy Gilbert-Rolfe, Gerold Miller : The man in the three-piece suit

Sean Donovan’s practice is influenced by the refuse of industry, concentrating on the deleterious impacts of purported “progress" - the artist continues to examine the material language of decay and pernicious social praxis.


ATM Gallery NYC

54E Henry, NY NY 10002

February 25 – April 2, 2023

Tessa Perutz : Le Rêve AméricainBringing us to our current exhibition, full of fantastical effects and Nick’s Dream Fountain, a wishing well in which water spouts from objects such as fruits, busts of statues, jack-o-lanterns and glazed pastries, pooling into a black reflective lagoon below. On the surface, it presents a kooky-fun auspicious experience, a catchy jingle over the deeper criticism of American consumerism and instant success stories.



Chinatown Soup

16B Orchard Street, New York, NY 10002

March 2 - March 12, 2023

Jiwon Rhie : Error Range

Soup Studio resident Jiwon Rhie exhibits a series of mixed media sculptures that explore her relationship with location and identity.  


Dracula's Revenge
23 Pell St, Fl 2, New York, NY 10013

March 19, 2023 – April 23, 2023


Sidony O'Neal


Ed. Varie

184 East 7th Street, New York, NY 10009

February, 25th - March, 26th, 2023


Matías Alvial and Tin Nguyen : I Feel Everything at a Moment's Notice

Ed. Varie presents I Feel Everything at a Moment’s Notice, a two-person exhibition showcasing works produced by Matías Alvial and Tin Nguyen, curated by Nakai Falcón. Through an interwoven display of painting and photography, the exhibition meditates on the dynamic nature of emotional states embedded within brief moments to expand on themes of person/place relationships, sexuality, and identity.


M 2 3

24 Henry Street

January 13 - March 12, 2023

Sean Donovan : Praxis of Matter

Sean Donovan’s practice is influenced by the refuse of industry, concentrating on the deleterious impacts of purported “progress" - the artist continues to examine the material language of decay and pernicious social praxis.


Marc Straus  

299 Grand St, New York, NY 10002

March 12 - May 14, 2023

Marie Watt: Singing Everything

MARC STRAUS is proud to present Singing Everything, our second solo exhibition with interdisciplinary American artist Marie Watt. A member of the Seneca Nation, Watt also has German-Scott ancestry. Her layered and complex influences include Indigenous knowledge and Iroquois proto-feminism, the matriarchal structures of certain Native American nations, the rise of social activism throughout the 20th century, and the anti-war and anti-hate content of the 1960s and 1970s music scene. 




McKenzie Fine Art
55 Orchard Street, New York, NY  10002
February 22 - March 26, 2023

Austin Ballard, Ron Janowich, Jim Osman, Raymond Saá : Step by Step

The exhibition features four artists who use accretive processes in the creation of their work: Austin Ballard constructs his sculptures using woven rattan caning and colored epoxy clay. Ron Janowich's abstract drawings are made with silverpoint and powdered graphite on clay-coated paper, while Jim Osman assembles his sculptures from multiple wood elements that are polychromed. Raymond Saá's collages are made from cut-outs of gouache painted paper that are stacked and sewn together.



13 Monroe Street, New York, NY 10002

February 18 — April 1, 2023


johnny g mullen : Cracked in Cracks, With No Landscapes

Peninsula is pleased to present "Cracked in Cracks, With No Landscapes," a solo exhibition featuring works by painter johnny g mullen.


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