(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
Alchemy Gallery is excited to present Lisa Larsson, What I Eat In A Day. This body of hyper-real, still life oil paintings manifest a form of escapism that invites a blissful experience and a passion for a life of quiet luxury.
119 Hester St, New York, NY 10002
October 16 - 20
SHAPES OF OPENNESS: Peter Leone
Cindy Rucker Gallery
143B Orchard Street, New York, NY 10002
September 14 - October 21, 2023
"Given til Sundown" : Adam Hayes
In Adam Hayes’s latest body of work, he layers images of early photography from the Old West with forms of professional wrestlers in struggle. Spaghetti western absurdist tropes highlighting toxic masculinity as the apex of manhood alongside a show of brute strength. But Hayes is not presenting these images as a critic but rather an examination of the guttural response, the fight, and the animal in man.
Derek Eller Gallery
300 Broome Street, New York, NY 10002
October 13 - November 11, 2023
"THE DEAD SUPREME NEW YORK" : Scott Covert
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.
245 Broome Street New York, NY 10002
October 12 - November 4, 2023
"We have Ecstatic Nature" : Shiri Mordechai & Matt Rota
"Project Room - Fay Ku: Eye Teeth"
"Courtyard - Mark LaRiviere: Personage"
19 Monroe Street, New York, NY 10002
October 7 - November 5, 2023
"Half and Half is a Vampire Laugh" : Jonathan Ehrenberg
Jonathan Ehrenberg mixes digital and analog media to mimic the disjointed sensory inputs that form our mental models of reality. In his new exhibition, he enlists AI to work through his experience of a changing self in a changing world.
34 E Broadway, New York, NY 10002
September 8 - October 22, 2023
"News From Nowhere" : Steve Greene
Please join us for the closing reception of Steve Greene's solo exhibition News From Nowhere. The show features the artist’s most recent series of works and marks his return to painting.
54 Ludlow St, New York, NY 10002
October 14 - November 4, 2023
"Killing The Negative Pt. 4" : Joel Daniel Phillips
Hashimoto Contemporary is pleased to present Killing The Negative Pt. 4, a solo exhibition by Tulsa-based artist Joel Daniel Phillips. The exhibition will be Phillips’ sixth solo presentation at Hashimoto Contemporary, and features a continuation of his ongoing series of Killed Negatives comprised of drawings and paintings made in response to censored government photographs from the Great Depression.
102 Eldridge Street, New York, NY 10002
October 1 - 31, 2023
"GET LIT: FINE FINNISH LAMPS" : Lisa Johansson-Pape, Paavo Tynell, Gunnel Nyman
The best lamps from post-war Finland, set amongst my vintage collection of Scandinavian furniture and contemporary accessories.
149 Orchard Street, New York, NY 10002
October 5 - November 2, 2023
“A Decade on Cardboard" : Kunstrasen
Krause Gallery is thrilled to have Kunstrasen's solo show "A Decade on Cardboard" at the gallery. The title is true to its name. Kunstrasen has created his "Greatest Hits" on cardboard, custom framed. The cardboard presents an alternative substrate that creates an urban vibe indicative of his street art style.
175 Rivington Street, New York, 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.
An exhibition conceived and curated by Robert Curcio (curcioprojects), and 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. It includes work in various media by 57 artists, Curcio worked with or developed a special relationship with throughout this time. 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. IN CONVERSATION – ROBERT CURCIO & PRISKA JUSCHKA: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 6 – 8 PM.
Massey Klein Gallery
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.
McKenzie Fine Art
55 Orchard Street, New York, NY 10002
October 13 - November 19, 2023
"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.In this exhibition, small-scale drawings, none over 13 inches square, are made with graphite pencils, pigment, ink, and colored pencils; they invite slow and careful consideration. Like chamber music, the atmosphere is intimate, with discrete, distinctly defined elements coalescing harmoniously.
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.
127 Eldridge Street, New York, NY 10002
October 19 - December 3, 2023
"Tryst" : Jaqueline Cedar
190 Orchard Street, New York, NY 10002
September 7 - November 4, 2023
"Deli Flowers My Husband Bought Me" & "My Apple Tree on Tilly Road" : Rachel Burgess & Deborah Freedman
Susan Eley Fine Art is pleased to present recent monotypes by Rachel Burgess in "Deli Flowers My Husband Bought Me" and by Deborah Freedman in "My Apple Tree on Tilly Road." Debuting a new series of still life monotypes, Rachel Burgess shares a glimpse into a simple gesture that punctuates the artist's life. Deborah Freedman presents two series of landscape prints and a painting that continue the artist’s impetus to address the challenges facing our world through her language of distorted, otherworldly interpretations of familiar scenery.
47 Orchard St, New York, NY 10002
Through September 23rd, 2023
AN INVENTORY OF TOOLS FOR COPING : ELSA MORA
For her first solo exhibition with New York’s Thomas Nickles Project, Elsa Mora has crafted a new body of work from an expansive array of media—including glazed ceramics, paper collage, and paintings on wood. The show, “An Inventory of Tools for Coping,” is a continuation of Mora’s ongoing exploration of human experience and emotion, transforming them into corporeal works that are both playful and poignant. On view through November 19, 2023, the works and objects shown in collections illustrate engagements with formal dichotomies such as abstraction and representation, dys/functionality, and organic versus mechanical shapes. Interrogating psychology and feelings, the show highlights Mora’s ability to synthesize levity and humor with trauma and suffering, resulting in a body of work that is accessible and relatable.
156 Orchard Street, New York, NY 10002
October 19 - November 12, 2023
"Words, Objects, Notions" : Al Diaz
Having created art as Samo with Jean-Michelle Basquiat, Al Diaz has grown and evolved over the years as an artist to create a show in three parts that brings together many of his new ways of looking at and interacting with the world. His invented alphabet from local NYC signage and icons generates musings of social commentary, humor and politics that brings it to mobile type shapes described as "sacred geometry". He goes further in develping his view with collage that brings forth his particular and enlightening images and understandings finally roundig out what is on display with a panels of a comic, Mr. Pants, that translates the unordinary life into scenes of color and design.
9 Avenue B, New York, NY 10009
October 4 - November 11, 2023
"La Trenza-The Braid" : Colette Lumiere / Gesiye, Cecilia Jurado Chueca, Yohanna M Roa / Jelena Tomasevic
A Collective Feminist Curatorial la trenza – the braid is a project with a feminist perspective, which aims to show that curatorship is a process in which the relationship between artists and curators develops in a personal and political sphere. That is, curatorship as a practice that involves the body and a series of negotiations that constitute a layout or a network that articulates the artists' production in a discourse that goes beyond the individual and thus allows the articulation of the different devices that are activated during an exhibition: Work, museography, curatorship, space, and socio-historical context.