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April  2023


On Thursday, April 20th,
the following galleries remain open from 4 pm -8 pm
to allow visitors to engage with the vibrant art community in the Lower East Side.

No appointment or tickets needed.


ATM Gallery NYC
54E Henry St New York, NY 10002
April 7 – April 30, 2023

Noritoshi Mitsuuchi : Listen II

ATM Gallery NYC is pleased to present Listen II, a solo exhibition of new paintings by Noritoshi Mitsuuchi, on view at 54E Henry Street in NYC through April 30, 2023.   Resembling children’s drawings, or, perhaps more accurately, an adult’s interpretation of a child’s imagination, Mitsuuchi taps into memories of unfettered creativity and in doing so celebrates youthful ideas of fantasy, many of which are lost along the path to adulthood. Sourcing inspiration from popular culture and ancient art forms, Mitsuuchi evokes characters from Japanese folklore and European fairy tales, as seen via his depiction of knights, princesses, dragons, and cats, whom he employs as avatars of his own experiences and emotions. 


Derek Eller Gallery
300 Broome Street, New York, NY 10002
March 23 - April 22, 2023


Zachary Leener | Areum Yang : Clock, go inside a stone | Project Room: Areum Yang - Liminal Sojourns


Ed. Varie

95 Avenue B, New York, NY 10009

ONE NIGHT ONLY - April 20, 2023 | 6 - 9 PM

Various artists : Half Baked: Pot Shop & Potluck

Half Baked is the 9th edition of Ed. Varie's annual Pot Shop. This year we'll host a Potluck of Various Artists and Munchies for One Night Only. 


Hashimoto Contemporary

54 Ludlow Street, New York, NY 10002

April 15th - May 6th, 2023

David Heo : Mythos

For Mythos, Heo showcases his idiosyncratic use of mixed mediums, recurring symbols, and personal themes. Borrowing familiar figures from 1990s popular culture,   the artist displaces these icons from their context. By doing so, he re-conceives their influence within a series of long-lasting, classical South Korean vessels and other accompanying works. 


:iidrr Gallery

162 Allen Street, New York, 10002
April 14th- April 25th | Until 6pm

Chun Wang Xiaoyan Lin Jiaoyang Li  Soren Stockman Yuming Chen Ard Su Diyang Zhou Phoelix Francine Zhou Wenhe Zhao : Creating Beyond Words: Generative AI  as an Artist Tool

Discover a cutting-edge exhibition showcasing the latest works generated by text-based generative AI tools. Led by new media artist Tong Wu, the workshop explores the history and capabilities of the Stable Diffusion model, a focus on the what-about and how-to. Witness the potential of AI in content creation and its ability to revolutionize the workflows of poets, writers, and artists. As AI emerges as a socially-engaged creative agent, the exhibition also addresses ethical considerations and challenges associated with its use. Don't miss this opportunity to explore the intersection of art and technology.


Krause Gallery 

149 Orchard St

April 1-April 25th | Until 7pm

Joe Suzuki and Steve Casino : Happy Accidents 

Both artists create artistic working toys that resonate with people of all ages 



175 Rivington Street, New York,  NY 10002

April 6  — April 29, 2023

Henry Biber, Philip Gerstein, Edward M. Giordano Jr., Anki King, Sarah Peterson and Francesca Schwartz. : TOTEM and TABOO

An exhibition in various media, with painting, sculpture, digital and process art, that both conceptually and visually relates to humankind’s continuous societal rituals, and the quest to worship what we don’t understand and fear — and to devour what we desire and love.   The artists in this exhibition by way of different media, and with different concepts, refer to our deeply ingrained social primitivism that keeps humanity both in check as well as at the brink of extinction. While we seek to obey, still, the laws of bygone social structures/arrangements that divert the gaze from the freedoms of desire and make us subject to dominion — we struggle with a passed on order and long for what we dream of. Exhibition and Walk Thru and RECEPTION: THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 6-8 PM.


M 2 3

24 Henry Street

31 March - 30 April 2023


Joe Bartram, Julia Taszycka : FICCIONES

In the dream of the man that dreamed, the dreamed one awoke. -  Jorge Luis Borges


Massey Klein Gallery

124 Forsyth Street, New York, NY 10002

April 7 - May 20, 2023

Martine Johanna: How to Eliminate Stress and Anxiety through Good Housekeeping


McKenzie Fine Art

55 Orchard Street, New York, NY  10002

March 31 - May 7, 2023

Deborah Zlotsky:  Today is Yesterday and Tomorrow

Deborah Zlotsky’s lively oil paintings are composed of vivid, curving geometries combined with stripes, some broad, others narrow, arranged horizontally or vertically.Sharp, saturated colors alternate with softer, muted sections, while flat passages can become unexpectedly dimensional, volumetric and weighty, with playful blips and bulges.  Colorful forms may angle suddenly to create depth, only to flatten again; drips, smears, and stains imply the passage of time. Careful looking reveals trompe l’oeil elements, such as string and stitched thread that encircle and bind the compositional parts.



13 Monroe Street, New York, NY

April 7 - May 20, 2023

Jerry Blackman : Cosmic Omelet

Peninsula is pleased to present "Cosmic Omelet," Jerry Blackman’s second solo exhibition with the gallery and his first at their Chinatown location at 13 Monroe Street.




127 Eldridge St. New York, NY 10002

April 20 - May 21, 2023

Sally Paul : Banana Walk

Shelter is proud to announce Sally Paul’s solo exhibition “Banana Walk”. Made from acrylic, acrylic peels and painting medium on wood panel, the work evokes toothsome textiles with a focus on texture, finish, color interactions, simple geometric compositions and framing devices. Paint is poured and squeezed rather than dabbed and brushed. Wavering pressure, errant air bubbles, and subtle movements of the body are all captured and encapsulated in the paint, creating clues pointing the viewer to the artist’s hand and process.



steven harvey fine art projects

208 Forsyth Street 

April 6 -  May 13, 2023

Bill Rice : Bill Rice: Around the Corner

LES original, Bill Rice was a painter, actor and flaneur in the early 80s. His paintings are a memoritas for urban gay life  in NYC in the AIDS era. 



Susan Eley Fine Art
190 Orchard Street, New York, NY, 10002
March, 20 - May, 9, 2023


Kate Snow & Joe Sultan : No Straight Lines

Susan Eley Fine Art is delighted to announce the opening of the exhibition No Straight Lines, a two-person exhibition featuring paintings on paper by Kate Snow, and sculptures in wood by Joe Sultan. Neither artist sketches or makes precise plans before creating. Instead, they let the process guide them.


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