(check with each gallery for time)
No appointment or tickets needed.
15 Monroe Street, New York, NY 10002
November 3 - 26, 2023
"Wish Fulfillment Chart" : Kati Kirsch
Each of the nine paintings in Wish Fulfillment Chart foregrounds Kirsch’s palimpsestic process, which involves a healthy blend of research and free association. “I work beginning with a place of chaos or impenetrable abstraction,” Kirsch tells me, pointing to the corner of one of her canvases. I tell her that I often work in a similar fashion, cornering myself with a form or limitation so as to let the magic in. For her, sculpture feels too boundless; for me, fiction feels the same.
15 Rivington Street, New York, NY 10002
November 16 - January 27, 2024
"External Drive" : Greg Drasler
Opening reception from Greg Drasler, 'External Drive' will take place from 6-8 pm.
145 Elizabeth Street, New York, New York 10012
Through Jan 6, 2024
"Fae" : TM Davy
143B Orchard Street, New York, NY 10002
November 4 - December 16, 2023
"Fragile Objects" : Soonyeo Loo, Jaye Kim
95 Avenue B, Ground Floor, New York, NY 10009
November 9 - December 3, 2023
"Non-Zero Chance" : Ted McGrath
Ted McGrath is an artist and musician living and working in Brooklyn, NY. His work draws from an ever-expanding personal lexicon of symbols and imagery, executed loosely and gesturally, often pushing the forms towards abstraction. Recent works have included a turn towards a kind of realism and portraiture, further heightening the sense tension and vibration in his canvases. McGrath has previously exhibited with Ed. Varie, with a comprehensive solo exhibition of works on paper and monograph titled 1000 & 1 Deadly Wipeouts, 2018 and Group Sex, 2021.
245 Broome Street, New York, NY 10002
November 9 - December 2, 2023
"Process & Delight: The New P&D" : DAVID AMBROSE, CHRIS ARABADJIS, AMY CHENG, CHARLES CLARY, JAYNIE CRIMMINS, PATRICIA FABRICANT, SEREN MOREY, SUI PARK, MARCY ROSENBLAT, THEDA SANDIFORD , DEE SHAPIRO, ARLENE SLAVIN ,ORIANE STENDER , KIT WARREN, CAROLINE WAYNE
The artists in Process and Delight: The New P&D might be seen as descendents of the Pattern and Decoration (P & D) movement of the 1970’s. The original artists of the P & D movement were pushing the boundaries of what was acceptable as an art vocabulary during that time. Their unapologetic embrace of a purely aesthetic beauty often combined with materials and techniques historically associated with “womens work” stood in sharp contrast to the rigors of minimalism. The artists of Process and Delight: The New P&D are building on that history while investigating their own definitions of beauty using repetition and obsessive attention to detail to illuminate their process driven works.
54 Ludlow Street, New York, NY 10002
November 11 - December 9, 2023
"Muse" : Erik Jones
Hashimoto Contemporary is pleased to present Muse, a solo exhibition by Florida-based artist Erik Jones. The exhibition will be Jones' fifth solo presentation at Hashimoto Contemporary.
102 Eldridge Street, New York, NY 10002
November 1 - December 31, 2023
"Scandinavian Modern Design: The Best Stuff." : William Watting, Werner West, J & J Kohn, Paavo Tynell
Collectible Scandinavian Design: Danish Woodwork, Finnish Lighting, & Swedish Carpets.
175 Rivington Street, New York, NY 10002
November 9 — December 2, 2023
"TRANSPARENCY" : SARAH PETERSON
A solo exhibition by SARAH PETERSON with work that continues to depict human anatomy on a microscopic level as it manifests on a macroscopic scale. With this series, by transitioning from more traditional mediums, Peterson introduces a new medium, ink on clear plexi-glass, defined by subject-matter and concept. Her choice of medium allows an immersive experience, as if peering through a microscope — while the fluidity of the ink on the translucent plexi-glass surface mimics a close-up of a medical specimen. Exhibition WALK THRU and RECEPTION: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 6-8 PM
5 E Broadway #402, New York, NY 10038
November 4 – December 31, 2023
"Poets, Gamblers, Fools" : Jon Rafman & Parker Ito
Jon Rafman & Parker Ito, organized by Grant Tyler
124 Forsyth Street, New York, NY, 10002
October 28 - December 9, 2023
"The Dither // A Walk on Moss" : Stuart Snoddy // Marjorie Norman Shwarz
The Dither presents a new collection of imaginative portraits. Brimming with joy, delight, and a palpable sense of action, this newest group of fantastical characters reflect Snoddy’s interest in perceptible aliveness. Marjorie Norman Schwarz’s paintings depict abstract environments that are a unique blend of atmospheric surfaces and nuanced dynamism, compelling the viewer to engage.
55 Orchard Street, New York, NY 10002
October 13 - November 19, 2023
"Pete Schulte: Chamber Music" : Pete Schulte
Pete Schulte’s drawings are notable for their subtle and nuanced touch, sophisticated and refined surfaces, and for possessing a mysterious quality of softly glowing light enhanced by an understated use of color. The simplicity of the precisely defined shapes and spaces he creates, ranging from geometric and architectural to those evoking natural forms, appear to be at one with their paper substrate.
291 Grand Street, 4th Floor, New York, NY 10002
October 24 - December 16, 2023
"Devotions" : Sarah Peters
13 Monroe Street, New York, NY 10002
October 28 - December 10, 2023
"yrearnings" : Cheryl Donegan
Peninsula is pleased to present "yrearnings," a solo exhibition by painter Cheryl Donegan.
190 Orchard Street, New York, NY 10002
November 9 - January 6, 2024
"But We've Come So Far" : Sasha Hallock & Liz Rundorff Smith
Susan Eley Fine Art is pleased to present a two person exhibition of paintings by Sasha Hallock and Liz Rundorff Smith. "But We’ve Come So Far" will be on view November 9th-January 6th at the Lower East Side Gallery, with an opening reception November 16th from 6-8pm. Both abstract painters, Hallock and Rundorff Smith grapple with deeply personal themes, often considering the abstract forms at the heart of their paintings to be repositories for memories and daily struggles or joys.
47 Orchard St, New York, NY 10002
September 9 - December 23, 2023
"An Inventory of Tools for Coping" : Elsa Mora