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(check with each gallery for time)

No appointment or tickets needed.

Alchemy Gallery
55 Delancey Street New York NY 10002

September 15th - October 21st

Until 7pm

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!


Cindy Rucker Gallery
143B Orchard Street, New York, NY 10002

September 14 - October 21, 2023

Noon til 8 pm

Given til Sundown : Adam Hayes

Contemporary ideas about masculinity are often reliant on ideas about femininity, which means that it is constantly being challenged, redefined, or maligned. 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. 


D. D. D. D. 
179 Canal street 

Sept 8 - Oct 15 2023 

11am - 6pm

dirty snow  : Tess Wei

Wei's works occupy a unique place in the contemporary field, where they defy the screen, a powerful channel and merchandiser of images. By existing within a field of deep blacks, the works consciously evade capture and miniaturization.


Ed. Varie
95 Avenue B, Ground Floor, New York, NY 10009

September 8-24, 2023


Depicting Resurgence : Dini Dixon

Ed. Varie is pleased to present Depicting Resurgence, a solo exhibition from New York and California based artist, Dini Dixon. Depicting Resurgence is a body of new artifacts created in collaboration with Dixon’s summer residency at Artshack, Brooklyn. 


Essex Flowers
19 Monroe St. New York, NY 10002
September 8 - October 1, 2023



In this survey of recent sculpture, Stephen Laub presents wooden wall sculptures as memorials to paper documents with outsized historical effects. In the rear gallery, his works based on traditional men’s hats are tropes for masculine identity, social status and categorization.  


James Cohan

291 Grand Street New York, NY 10002

September 21 - November 4, 2023

5:30-7:30 PM

Sing to Me of Many Turns : Christopher Myers

James Cohan is pleased to present Sing to Me of Many Turns, an exhibition of new work by Christopher Myers, on view at the gallery’s 291 Grand Street location from September 21 through November 4, 2023. This is Myers’ second solo exhibition with James Cohan. The gallery will host an opening reception with the artist on Thursday, September 21 from 5:30-7:30 PM. 



102 Eldridge St, New York, NY 10002

September 1 - October 1


Danish Ceramics - Today & Yesterday : Tina Langhoff, Ulla Hansen, Nils Kahler

Vintage & contemporary ceramics. Also on view: vintage rugs by Marjatta Metsovaara, Kirsti Ilvessalo & Märta Måås-Fjetterström; lighting by Lisa Johansson-Pape, Gunnel Nyman & Paavo Tynell.




Museum at Eldridge Street
12 Eldridge Street New York, NY 10002

May 11 through November 19, 2023


A Collage of Customs, Iconic Jewish Woodcuts Revised for the Twenty-First Century : Mark Podwal

A Collage of Customs features Podwal’s inventive interpretations of woodcuts from the 16th-century Sefer Minhagim (Book of Customs). The works combine lighthearted, imaginative whimsy with insightful commentary on Jewish customs and history. Through his art and accompanying text, Podwal offers a nuanced and thought-provoking exploration of Jewish culture. 


128 Rivington Street, New York, NY, 10002

September 1 - October 15, 2023

11 am - 8 pm

"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, New York, 10002

September 9 — October 22, 2023

12 - 8 PM

Brush the Heat : Georgia Elrod

Peninsula is pleased to present Brush the Heat, a solo show of new works by Georgia Elrod. 


Susan Eley Fine Art

190 Orchard St, New York, NY 10002

September 7 - November 4, 2023

6-8 pm

"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.


Tibor de Nagy
11 Rivington Street
September 8 to October 14, 2023


Shari Mendelson - Chasing the Deer:

The exhibition is comprised of 12 sculptures made using the artist’s unique process of repurposing ordinary plastic beverage bottles. Working in this way for the past decade and a half, Mendelson has devised and perfected a way of creating distinct forms out of mass-produced plastic. The process allows the look of the plastic to be transformed and appear like ancient glass, stone, or ceramic, while never quite completely obscuring the original contemporary, ubiquitous material.


Van Der Plas Gallery

156 Orchard Street, New York, NY 10002


"Shalom Tomas Neuman X3"

September 14th - October 1st

Shalom Neuman combines all the senses with the smell of burning books, the look of glass blown light and the sounds of poetry in this three part exhibition.

"Ed Higgins III DooDa Paintings 1972-1994"

September 17th - October 1st 

 A brief history of mail art and the creation of the DooDa world is on display with the paintings of a most signiture aesthetic in Ed Higgins III.


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