Closing soon

INSIDE by Adrien Broom
Sep 06, 2018 -- Nov 14, 2018
Adrien Broom is an image-maker and visual storyteller. As a photographer, fine artist and set designer, Adrien infuses a sense of magic and wonder into the images she creates. Broom uses the medium of photography to enact her artistic vision however she approaches it from a cinematic point of view, finding a location, sourcing material and building an environment for her actor to inhabit. Her artistic practice resembles the working methodology of Gregory Crewdson to a degree, but from a more sculptural and surreal direction. Her imagery has echoes of Tim Walker’s photography, with the fantastical compositions she creates. Whether she is building elaborate sets or relying on the beauty of the natural world, Broom creates images that are familiar, otherworldly and fantastical with a touch of foreboding. Stop by our Exhibition Opening! When: Thursday, September 6 Time: 6:00-8:00pm Come to our Artist Talk! When: Thursday, November 8 Time: 6:00-8:00pm Born in New Haven, Connecticut, Broom spent her childhood in Lyme, before moving to Boston in 1998 where she attended Northeastern University, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Computer Animation in 2002. Adrien continued her exploration of the fine arts at the SACI College of Art and Design in Florence in 2003, followed by studies of Fine and Decorative Art History at Christie’s, London lasting until 2006. Although she has taken some art classes at Rhode Island School of art and design, Broom prides her self on being a self-taught photographer. She now resides and works in Brooklyn, New York. Adrien’s work has been exhibited internationally and has been covered in publications such as the New York Times, Huffington Post and Smithsonian Magazine, among others. Join us for the Opening and Artist Talk or visit the gallery throughout the Fall to see this exhibition!
SACI New York Gallery | 454 W 19th St | 212-248-7225
website
Sophia Vari: Forms and Colors Continued / Color and Scale
Oct 09, 2018 -- Nov 17, 2018
Ranging from monumental sculpture to canvases, geometric collages and wearable jewelry, Sophia Vari's work retains a signature strong yet sensitive, recognizable hand. This exhibition gathers work in multiple mediums, and includes new sculptures and collages highlighting powerful explorations into color and scale. Opening Reception: Tue, Oct 9, 6-8pm.
Nohra Haime Gallery | 500 W 21st St | 212-888-3550
website
Seulki Ki : Theater Near Me
Oct 18, 2018 -- Nov 17, 2018
Seulki Ki : reinterpreting time and space through the medium of theater. Seulki Ki has placed emphasis on visualizing the invisible and making them into concrete objects. While Ki mainly works with photography, she has adopted installation and performance for an exploration into the relationship of contrasting concepts such as the internal and the external, the parts and the whole, and familiarity and anxiety--that have been the driving force of her work. Opening Reception: Thu, Oct 18, 6-8pm.
Doosan Gallery New York | 533 W 25th St | 212-242-6343
website
Kiyomi Baird - Celebrations
Oct 27, 2018 -- Nov 21, 2018
The Walter Wickiser Gallery is proud to present a solo exhibition of paintings by Kiyomi Baird entitled “Celebrations” from October 27th to November 21st, 2018. The opening reception will be held Thursday, November 1st, 6pm - 8pm.
Walter Wickiser Gallery | 210 11th Ave, Suite 303 | 212-941-1817
website
Lianjie Zheng - The Color Between Black and White
Oct 27, 2018 -- Nov 21, 2018
The Walter Wickiser Gallery is proud to present a solo exhibition of paintings by Lianjie Zheng entitled “The Color Between Black and White” from October 27th to November 21st, 2018. The opening reception will be held Thursday, November 1st, 6pm - 8pm.
Walter Wickiser Gallery | 210 11th Ave, Suite 303 | 212-941-1817
website
Kelly Wang - The Recluse Studio Series and Other Works
Oct 27, 2018 -- Nov 21, 2018
The Walter Wickiser Gallery is proud to present a solo exhibition of paintings by Kelly Wang entitled “The Recluse Studio Series and Other Works” from October 27th to November 21st, 2018. The opening reception will be held Thursday, November 1st, 6pm - 8pm.
Walter Wickiser Gallery | 210 11th Ave, Suite 303 | 212-941-1817
website
Left to Devices
Oct 20, 2018 -- Nov 21, 2018
Left to Devices is an exhibition of videos, prints, interactive installations and drawings by students, faculty and alumni from the MFA Computer Arts Department. ?Curators: Lotte Marie Allen and Tiger Mackie. Students: Yixin Cheng, Sakshi Jain, Kangim Lim, Alice Tsai. Faculty: John Benton, Anney Bonney, Terry Dame. Alumni: Ninaad Kulkarni, in collaboration with Anagh Banerjee, Min Liu, Joy Tien. Reception: Thu, Oct 25 6-8pm.
School of Visual Arts - SVA Flatiron Gallery | 133/141 W 21st Street | 212-592-2145
website
Jeffrey Gibson : I Am a Rainbow Too
Oct 18, 2018 -- Nov 21, 2018
Jeffrey Gibson continues his exploration of geometric abstraction in bright colors and strong patterning, but integrating text - common in his beaded panels, textiles, garments, and popular series of punching bags - onto the painted canvas for the first time using a typography developed by the artist. Opening Reception: Thu, Oct 18, 6-8pm.
Sikkema Jenkins & Co. | 530 W 22nd St | 212-929-2262
website
Beatrice Scaccia: Is There an Outside?
Oct 18, 2018 -- Nov 21, 2018
OPENING RECEPTION: October 18, 2018 Beatrice Scaccia grew up in Castelmassimo-Veroli, a small town in central Italy. The artist’s process begins with letting go of rational thought only images, never concepts, are to be trusted. Solid appearances then become malleable shapes, emerging in monochrome dimensions where color seeps back in cautiously and eloquently. This exhibition presents examples from four distinct series that embody Scaccia’s visual poetics as it navigates between large- and small-scale mixed media works, animation, and immersive installation. It also highlights the artist’s penchant for crafting silent narratives through variations on a theme, as well as her connection to theater and intertextuality. More info: riccomaresca.com
Ricco/Maresca Gallery | 529 West 20th Street, 3rd Floor |
website
Yang Soon-yeal : Rhapsody in Red
Nov 01, 2018 -- Nov 21, 2018
Yang Soon-yeal presents painting, sculpture, and media installation. The fundamental core of her show is a sculpture of a standing female figure. Curator: Soojung Hyun. Opening Reception: Thu, Nov 8, 2-4 pm, 6-8pm.
Elga Wimmer PCC | 526 W 26th St, #310 | 212-206-0006
website
Jeffrey Spencer Hargrave: Art History X
Oct 06, 2018 -- Nov 23, 2018
Art History X highlights Jeffrey Spencer Hargrave's reimagining of classical art history in the context of today's fraught racial divides. Opening Reception: Sat, Oct 6, 6-8pm.
Ethan Cohen New York | 251 W 19th St | 212-625-1250
website
Mario Busoni “Sculpture and Drawings”
Nov 06, 2018 -- Nov 24, 2018

Noho M55 Gallery | 530 W 25th St, 4th Fl | 212-367-7063
website
Susan Post: Landscapes
Oct 30, 2018 -- Nov 24, 2018
The Painting Center presents a group of distinct abstracted, observed and imagined landscapes by Susan Post, her third exhibition at the gallery. These paintings are about disinhibition, attentiveness, and expression, and are meant to be an authentic record of her experience in the studio, as uninfluenced as possible by external considerations. One of the more interesting things about painting is the interplay between spontaneity and control. But just as navigating life itself is not a matter of merely deciding between clear options, painting also is about much more than a series of dichotomies, and never stops developing. In this exhibition, Post resists a common practice of presenting a monoculture of work, choosing instead to embrace autonomy and permutation. A native New Yorker relocated to the Boston area, Post is a graduate of Princeton University and earned her MFA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design at the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, Massachusetts. Post also enjoys collaborative projects
Painting Center | 547 W 27th St, Suite 500 | 212-343-1060
website
Monique Johannet: Intimations
Oct 30, 2018 -- Nov 24, 2018
The Painting Center presents Intimations, a selection of work by Monique Johannet in the Project Room. This work imagines an intimate connection between painting and written language, vibrant yet fraught with tensions. When stated verbally, formal relationships, like those of color or scale, double their meanings and echo dynamics that occur beyond the rectangle. Handwriting, penmanship, typography, little bells - whatever they are made of, letters exist to form words. But they consist of line, shape, color, and texture, so letters can converse fluently within paintings frame of reference. In cursive, beautiful and increasingly lonely, issues of communication and obsolescence entwine, perhaps forming a metaphor for the present moment as it slips away into what will become a troubled past. Monique Johannet lives in Massachusetts and is represented by Carroll and Sons in Boston, MA. For more information, visit: carrollandsons.net.
Painting Center | 547 W 27th St, Suite 500 | 212-343-1060
website
Greta Jaklitsch : Through Great Lens
Oct 30, 2018 -- Nov 24, 2018
Photographic memories by Greta Jaklitsch. Opening Reception: Sat, Nov 3, 3-6pm.
Pleiades Gallery | 530 W 25th St, #405 | 646-230-0056
website
Jean Bundy : Slightly Contextual, Always Quirky
Oct 30, 2018 -- Nov 24, 2018
Jean Bundy : Slightly Contextual, Always Quirky. Opening Reception: Sat, Nov 3, 3-6pm.
Pleiades Gallery | 530 W 25th St, #405 | 646-230-0056
website
Flavia Bacarella, Katharine Butler : Other Creatures: Prints And Watercolors
Oct 30, 2018 -- Nov 24, 2018
Flavia Bacarella's work features woodcut prints of animals and birds. Katharine Cosenza Butler shows a wide range of prints and watercolors of rural and animal life. Opening Reception: Thu, Nov 1, 5-8pm.
Prince Street Gallery | 530 W 25th St, 4th Fl | 646-230-0246
website
Conversations With Strangers
Nov 01, 2018 -- Nov 24, 2018
New work by Nicholas Rispoli inspired by a residency in Saudi Arabia and other Middle Eastern nations.
Paul Calendrillo New York Gallery | 547 W 27th St, Suite 600 | 908-875-0149
website
Srividya Kannan Ramachandran : A.I. Generated Art
Oct 30, 2018 -- Nov 24, 2018
Srividya Kannan Ramachandran : A.I. Generated Art is a collection of images that were generated from an A.I.'s consciousness. Opening Reception: Thu, Nov 1, 6-8. Closing Reception: Sat, Nov 24, 4-6pm.
Viridian Artists | 548 W 28th St | 212-414-4040
website
Didier William: Stages, Curtains, and Shadows, Act 2
Oct 11, 2018 -- Nov 24, 2018
Anna Zorina Gallery is pleased to announce Didier William in Curtains, Stages, and Shadows, a dual exhibition presented in conjunction with James Fuentes.
Anna Zorina Gallery | 533 West 23 Street | 212-243-2100
website
Sarah Anne Johnson : The Cave
Nov 08, 2018 -- Nov 24, 2018
Sarah Anne Johnson will create an installation depicting an ominous cave in which she will enact a performance based on her 2009 House on Fire series in conjunction with the exhibition Everything is Connected: Art and Conspiracy, 1969-2016 at the Met Breuer. Opening Reception and Performance: Thu, Nov 8, 6-8pm.
Julie Saul Gallery | 535 W 22nd St | 212-627-2410
website
Michele Pred : Vote Feminist
Oct 18, 2018 -- Nov 24, 2018
The title of Michele Pred's show is simple and clear. Vote Feminist is a call to resist the hateful, fear-based, misogynistic policies of the current American government. It is a call to vote in November to elect officials who will represent the true majority in this country while protecting and empowering the disenfranchised.
Nancy Hoffman Gallery | 520 W 27th St | 212-966-6676
website
Mark Beard: Bruce Sargeant - 1898-1938: The Lost Murals
Oct 04, 2018 -- Nov 24, 2018
Mark Beard: Bruce Sargeant - 1898-1938: The Lost Murals. Opening Reception: Thu, Oct 4, 6-8p.m.
ClampArt | 247 W 29th St | 646-230-0020
website
Gina Sawin : Flight Patterns
Oct 30, 2018 -- Nov 24, 2018
Flocks of birds are the subject of Gina Sawin's current work, in which she explores the formal aspects of painterly representation and her concerns with ecological harmonies, now threatened by climate change. Opening Reception: Nov 1, 5-7pm.
Blue Mountain Gallery | 530 W 25th St, 4th Fl | 646-486-4730
website
Younghee Choi Martin : Recent Paintings
Oct 30, 2018 -- Nov 24, 2018
Narrative paintings by Younghee Choi Martin, who revisits Aeschylus's Oresteia trilogy in a series of fiercely reworked compositions. Artist's Reception: Thu, Nov 1, 6-8pm.
Bowery Gallery | 530 W 25th St, 4th Fl | 646-230-6655
website
The Doll Show
Oct 30, 2018 -- Nov 24, 2018
These artists use a variety of materials, techniques, and styles to create images and sculptures that they call dolls. They delve into the myriad aspects, uses, and attributes of dolls. Artists: Roslyn Rose, Kailyn Meeks, Jo-Ann Brody, Jody MacDonald, Gwen Charles, Heidi Kumao, Charlann Meluso, Karmimadeebora McMillan, Ella Hilsenrath, Liz Hamilton Quay, Erin Rice, Aliza Augustine, Piper Smith, Fulvia Zambon, Halona Hilbertz, Janet Cooper, Susan Kaplow, Lily Zane, Hagar Fletcher, Carmella Gullo, Juliet Martin, Gailene St. Amand, Janis Pinkston, Patricia Dahlman, Pam Cooper, Alexandra Wilde Langley. Curator: Liz Ndoye, France Garrido. Opening Reception: Thu, Nov 1, 6-8pm.
Ceres Gallery | 547 W 27th St | 212-947-6100
website
Nancy Kahlow-Curtis : Rumors of Fate
Oct 30, 2018 -- Nov 24, 2018
Nancy Kahlow-Curtis explores the feeling of ''It is meant to be'' in this painting retrospective. Opening Reception: Thu, Nov 1, 6-8pm.
Ceres Gallery | 547 W 27th St | 212-947-6100
website
Leslie Adler: More Commemorative Drilling
Oct 30, 2018 -- Nov 24, 2018
First Street Gallery in Chelsea is pleased to present MORE COMMEMORATIVE DRILLING, a solo exhibition by Leslie Adler. American mid-career artist Leslie Adler works in a studio across the Hudson in New Jersey, as well as in Southern Vermont. Her paintings are rendered primarily in inks and natural dyes. Leslie also presents ceramic sculpture and hand pulled prints. Leslie’s favorite work to date has been praised as “abstraction by action”. This exhibit is inspired by the relationship between the natural environment and human nature. Viewers will experience works of several mediums that were created through a multitude of unique processes, producing pieces that are indicative of Leslie’s style as an artist. Critics have described her work as mysterious and thought provoking. Leslie’s work has been featured in many states in the U.S. as well as in Paris. She has been in dozens of juried exhibitions and has won several awards for works on paper, painting, and collage as well as photography. For further information about Leslie Adler’s work, including dates and times for any open studio showings, please visit her website at www.leslieadlerfineart.com.
First Street Gallery | 526 W 26th St, Suite 209 | 646-336-8053
website
Yasue Maetake : Inherent
Nov 01, 2018 -- Nov 25, 2018
Yasue Maetake is known primarily for her sculpture and installations. Central to this exhibit, Inherent will be a series of her new bas-reliefs, which will cover the walls and ceilings of the gallery as compositional elements. Opening Reception: Thu, Nov 1, 6-9pm.
RESOBOX - Chelsea | 203 W 20th St | 212-242-6238
website
NEW COLOR IMAGES
Oct 25, 2018 -- Nov 25, 2018
Hixenbaugh Ancient Art is pleased to announce its latest gallery exhibition, “NEW COLOR IMAGES.” The exhibition presents a selection of large scale photographs by Joseph Coscia Jr.. This series of images, inspired by the forms, textures and colors found among the detritus of the ocean and fragments of objects, is exhibited amongst a curated selection of authentic ancient artworks. An opening reception with the artist Joseph Coscia Jr. will be held at Hixenbaugh Ancient Art on Thursday, October 25th from 6pm - 8pm.
Hixenbaugh Ancient Art | 537a West 23rd | 212-989-9743
website
Robert Olsen : Notebook Paintings
Oct 19, 2018 -- Nov 25, 2018
Robert Olsen : Notebook Paintings. Opening Reception: Fri, Oct 19, 6-8pm.
Planthouse | 55 W 28th St | 212-564-5502
website
Susan J. Barron : Depicting the Invisible
Nov 09, 2018 -- Nov 26, 2018
A portrait series of veterans suffering from PTSD. Susan J. Barron's beautiful and powerful 6x6ft mixed media depictions on canvas are achieved through photographic imagery, paint and text. Unflinchingly the veterans make direct eye contact with us. Incorporated into these photographic portraits are the veteran’s own stories in their own words. In these works, they give voice to their experience, their reality, their world. The elegance of the images confronts the brutality of the stories. Opening Reception: Fri, Nov 9.
HG Contemporary - New York | 527 W 23rd St | 212-366-4490
website
Xyza Cruz Bacani: We are like air / Sangyoon Yoon: These foolish things II
Sep 19, 2018 -- Nov 27, 2018
Christine Park Gallery is delighted to return for the fall season with a duo-solo presentation by Hong Kong and New York based photographer Xyza Cruz Bacani (b. 1987) and Korean based painter Sangyoon Yoon (b. 1978). Sungyoon Yoon’s paintings, executed with his right hand, are a psychological investigation into the structure of the mind, containing elements that represent or allude to the id, the ego and the superego. The watery lower level of Yoon’s paintings plays the role of the id. Below the placid, shimmering surface lie the depths of the unconscious mind, mirroring and yet separated from the conscious world above it. Next, a crowd rooted in the water but focusing on a higher authority that hovers above them are like the ego, they mediate between two separated entities. Finally, the critical moralising super-ego, which takes the form of a deer, a swan, or a person clearly differentiated from the rest, reigns over the somewhat chaotic scene below. Working as a domestic worker in Hong Kong for almost a decade, Xyza Cruz Bacani uses photography to raise awareness about under-reported stories, focusing on migrants and human rights issues. Whilst dealing with heavily weighted socio-political issues, Bacani’s works also reflect the isolation she felt whilst living in a foreign country, and also working as a domestic worker in this foreign setting. Echoing her 2015 exhibition After Work at Para-site Hong Kong - a group show that presented the historical stories of migrant domestic works in Hong Kong and the South East Asia vicinity, as well as a modern interpretation of migrant labour - Bacani’s act of taking photography is both a representation of the migrant worker and a representation of herself as an artist in a polarized modern society divided by class. Her work also engages with issues faced by young artists existing within the highly competitive art market. About the Artist Sangyoon Yoon (b.1978) is a Korean artist whose practice explores the relationship between the conscious and the unconscious though the topological space of right and left. Yoon’s most recent formal education has achieved a MA in Fine Art, from Chelsea College of Art Design in 2009, there he also completed a postgraduate diploma in Fine Art in 2004 and also graduated with a BA (Hons) in Fine Art from Chu-Gye University for the Arts, Seoul. Yoon’s recent solo exhibitions include Bring it on home to me, Artspace Hue, Paju (2016), Elysion, Yoonarte, Shanghai (2015), Mobius, Pyo Gallery, Seoul (2014) and Right & Left, Gallery Chosen, Seoul (2013). He is currently completing a residency at Hue Network Art Studio in Paju, South Korea. Xyza Cruz Bacani (b.1987) is a Filipina street and documentary photographer based in Hong Kong. Bacani left the Philippines to work overseas at a very young age to support her family. She started Photography to capture cityscapes in where she lives and to show them to her mother, who also works in another country. As a self-taught photographer, Bacani also uses photography to raise awareness about under reported stories about her fellow workers from her own country and its neighbors. Her work has been featured on New York Times Lens Blog, CNN and various international media publications not only for her excellence in photography but also for her inspirational story. Bacani has exhibited worldwide and won numerous international awards. She is one of the Magnum Foundation Human Rights Fellows 2015 and the recipient of a resolution passed by the Philippines House of Representatives in her honour, HR No.1969. Bacani is one of the BBC’s 100 Women of the World 2015, 30 Under 30 Women Photographers 2016, Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia 2016, Asia Society’s Asia 21 Young Leaders 2018 and a Fujifilm Ambassador.
Christine Park Gallery | 515 W 23rd Street | 212-206-1213
website
Living Up to the Ideal of Democracy: Special Preview of Homeless Childrens Art Exhibition
Jul 26, 2018 -- Nov 28, 2018
The Actors Theatre Workshop (ATW) presents Living Up to the Ideal of Democracy, a special exhibition featuring artwork by students of its renowned Builders of the New World (BNW) extracurricular program for homeless children ages eight through 12. A special preview and reception will take place at the theatre on July 26, 2018 from 5:00 - 9:00 PM. The exhibit will officially open on October 11, 2018. Over 50 drawings and associated stories capture unlimited imagination through the children’s interpretations of BNW’s yearly theme - the ideals of American democracy. The welcoming exhibition provides respite from contentious social and digital landscapes through dynamic and colorful imagery symbolizing hope and freedom in “a more perfect Union.” In these illustrations, bald eagles swoop from the sky to fight crimes, American flags break chains representing racism and smiling Statues of Liberty exhibit trademark regal bearing. RSVP at https://www.actorstheatreworkshop.com/art-exhibit-2018/ Founder and Artistic Director Thurman Scott conceives BNW’s signature curriculum using theatre principles, as the students explore not only the effects of politics in their daily lives, but their honest and open desire to create a better world for all. These pieces of artwork also serve a larger purpose in developing the children’s self-esteem in overcoming various challenges within their familial, educational and social environments to become successful leaders and achievers in their communities. Additionally, ATW will hold a two-session BNW program in July as a precursor to their signature BNW holiday classes. The highlight of the July program is an exclusive field trip to Nickelodeon, where the students will present their original artwork and stories, as well as learn about careers in the media industry. Interested volunteer mentors may apply at https://www.actorstheatreworkshop.com/bnw-spring-2018/.
Actors Theatre Workshop | 145 W. 28th Street, 3rd floor | 212-947-1386
website
Yuji Obata: Sakura, Grace of Nature
Nov 13, 2018 -- Nov 28, 2018
Yuji Obata ‘Sakura, Grace of Nature’ November 13 – 28, 2018 Opening Reception: Tuesday, November 13, 6-8PM Onishi Gallery, 521 W 26th Street, New York, NY 10001 Onishi Gallery is pleased to host, Yuji Obata: Sakura, Grace of Nature, a stunning exhibition of porcelain masterpieces by Japanese artist Yuji Obata. With this being his second solo exhibition in New York, Obata revisits the theme of sakura (cherry blossoms) as depicting grace and beauty and aspires to understand a deeper meaning of this concept, which he has featured on his porcelain works for more than 30 years. By liberating the Hakuji canvas from its previous limitations, the artist challenges himself to a new form of expression. The touch of Obata’s brush becomes more delicate and the blossoms become more alive than ever before. The distinctive pink color, called “Obata Pink” shines through and is a shade that hardly any other artist can successfully master when working at such a refined level of porcelain ware. Obata’s work balances bold and graceful beauty, intense color and pure white, and is not to be forgotten. Hailing from Arita, Saga Prefecture, Obata was born in 1961 and graduated from Aoyama Gakuin University in 1984, and Saga Prefectural Arita College of Ceramics in 1987. Obata has won prizes at the Japan Traditional Arts and Crafts Exhibition, Japan Ceramic Art Exhibition, as well as the Issui-kai Exhibition. Obata’s work in Arita-yaki porcelain carries with it over 400 years of history and tradition yet expresses a fresh originality that signals a future for this ancient art. Self-taught along each step of his creative process, from turning the potter’s wheel and kiln firing, to decorating the surfaces of his pieces with delicate drawings, Obata departs from common practice in the Arita-yaki industry to carve out a special place for himself in this traditional porcelain art world. For more information on the exhibition, please contact Dannie Pierce at 212-695-8035, or by email at dpierce@onishigallery.com. Or, please visit the gallery website at www.onishigallery.com. The exhibition is supported by YU Creation and epicJAPAN Corporation.
Onishi Gallery | 521 W 26th St | 212-695-8035
website
Chelo Sebastian : Sunlight in the Middle Distance
Nov 01, 2018 -- Nov 29, 2018
Chelo Sebastian : Sunlight in the Middle Distance. Opening Reception: Thu, Nov 8, 6-8pm.
Montserrat Contemporary Art | 547 W 27th St | 212-268-0026
website
Audrius Plioplys : Sybils: Formation of Thought
Nov 02, 2018 -- Nov 30, 2018
For 42 years, Audrius Plioplys has been both a professional artist and a neurologist-neuroscientist. His art work is neo-conceptual: a metaphorical investigation of thinking and consciousness. Opening Reception: Fri, Nov 2, 6-9pm.
SLA307 | 307 W 30th St | 917-584-0579
website
Nowhere Without No
Oct 18, 2018 -- Nov 30, 2018
The exhibition will be comprised of sculpture, drawings, photographs and books. Artists: Shahrzad Kamel, Fernanda Fragateiro, Charlotte Posenenske.
Josee Bienvenu Gallery | 529 W 20th St | 212-206-7990
website
Chloe Dewe Mathews : Caspian: The Elements
Oct 25, 2018 -- Nov 30, 2018
In 2010, the artist Chloe Dewe Mathews traveled overland from China to the U.K., where she currently lives and works. When she arrived on the shores of the Caspian Sea, she began documenting scenes that intrigued her: stonemasons with their faces covered, building elaborate mausoleums in Kazakhstan for the oil-rich middle class, or health tourists in Azerbaijan, bathing in crude oil for its therapeutic benefits. Opening Reception: Thu, Oct 25, 6:30-8pm.
Aperture Gallery | 547 W 27th St, 4th Floor | 212-505-5555
website
Jenny Snider
Oct 25, 2018 -- Dec 01, 2018
Jenny Snider : A Selection of Paintings, Drawings, and Sculpture from 1970 to the Present. Opening Reception: Thu, Oct 25, 6-8pm.
Edward Thorp Gallery | 531 W 26th St, 2nd Fl | 212-691-6565
website
Shaping
Oct 25, 2018 -- Dec 01, 2018
A group show curated by Suzanne Laura Kammin featuring Stephen Alexander, Jeff Conefry, Deb Covell, Russell Floersch, Suzanne Laura Kammin, and Cecilia Vissers.
Kathryn Markel Fine Arts | 529 W 20th St, Suite 6W | 212-366-5368
website
Still Life
Oct 25, 2018 -- Dec 01, 2018
The minimalist lines in Daniel Brices paintings weave elegantly and awkwardly in and out of the geometric spaces that hes created by subtracting paint more than adding it. Vaguely white surfaces have been burnished with Brillo pads, sandpaper, whatever comes to hand, and are rich with incidence and history. Organic, soft lines start and disappear. They wander between old walls, around an ancient architectural space as the solidity of the line disappears into dreamy pentimenti. Brices paintings are subtle and intricate and are the result of a painstaking attention to detail. Although the paintings seem monochromatic, he uses color sparingly. Often a small band of rich color anchors a floating world. . Where the dark lines converge, as they sometimes do, they become blurred or they end abruptly as they hit the wall of a rectangular plane or the outer edge of the work itself. In any case, the lines need the viewer to complete them or connect them, to see beyond what is there to what is not there.
Kathryn Markel Fine Arts | 529 W 20th St, Suite 6W | 212-366-5368
website
Andrew Schoultz: Full Circle
Oct 25, 2018 -- Dec 01, 2018
Joshua Liner Gallery is pleased to present Andrew Schoultz’s second solo exhibition with the gallery, Full Circle. The exhibition features new paintings and works on paper from the Los Angeles-based contemporary artist. Full Circle opens on October 25 and will remain on view through December 1, 2018.
Joshua Liner Gallery | 540 W 28th St | 212-244-7415
website
Kim Cogan : Parallel Transformations
Nov 08, 2018 -- Dec 01, 2018
Kim Cogan's oil paintings capture the spirit of contemporary urban life in all its beauty and dis-repair. Opening Reception: Thu, Nov 8, 6-8 pm.
Gallery Henoch | 555 W 25th St | 917-305-0003
website
Matt Moulthrop, Philip Moulthrop
Oct 26, 2018 -- Dec 01, 2018
Matt Moulthrop, Philip Moulthrop: Exquisite turned wood forms
Heller Gallery | 303 10th Ave | 212-414-4014
website
James Phillips : Radical Abstraction: 1970 to the Present
Oct 18, 2018 -- Dec 01, 2018
James Phillips : paintings and works on papers dating from the 1970s to the present.
Kravets Wehby Gallery | 521 W 21st St | 212-352-2238
website
The Masters: Art Students League Teachers and Their Students
Oct 18, 2018 -- Dec 01, 2018
The Masters will be seventy-five artworks by fifty major artists, from 1900 to the present, who studied, taught, or studied and taught at the Art Students League. Opening: Sun, Oct 28.
511 Gallery - 511 Projects | 252 7th Ave, Suite 12J | 212-255-2885
website
ITOMARISM : Kaleidoscope
Oct 18, 2018 -- Dec 01, 2018
Mari Ito (Japan/Spain) first solo show in the United States. Japanese artist Mari Ito (Tokyo, 1980), who has been living in Barcelona since 2006, studied traditional Japanese painting at Joshibi University of Art and Design in Tokyo. In conceptual terms, her oeuvre is based on animism, which finds its expression in long standing Japanese techniques. Ito invites us to reflect on the origins of desire, on our most irrational and personal impulses. The Id or das Es (as Sigmund Freud would say) split off from the ego and the superego is the psychic —therefore the purest and most primitive— expression of our drives and aspirations. Itos delicately formed creations come to life as they unfold into themselves, permanently striving to make their way towards awareness in their on-going search for the root of desire, whatever its nature. Completely opposed forces that actually complement and react to one another are interpreted by Ito in the same way, for they have the same value and form a duality that exists in natural harmony. Tokyos Zeit-Foto Salon gallery represents Ito in Japan, alongside other artists such as Nobuyoshi Araki, Yuki Onodera and Daido Moriyama, while in Spain she has been working with Tatiana Kourochkina Galeria dArt since 2012.
JanKossen Contemporary | 529 W 20th St, 7th Fl, 7W | 631-903-5564
website
James Yakimicki: Knitty Griddy
Oct 25, 2018 -- Dec 06, 2018
CUE Art Foundation is pleased to present a solo exhibition by James Yakimicki, curated by Gregory Amenoff. Titled Knitty Griddy, the exhibition of 8 large-scale oil paintings and several drawings presents both a natural and drone-like vision of the world, mediated through nature, civilization, and technological apparatuses. Opening reception: Thursday, October 25, 6-8pm.
CUE Art Foundation | 137 W 25th St | 212-206-3583
website
Amsterdam Whitney Gallery's NOVEMBER 2018 Exhibition
Nov 07, 2018 -- Dec 06, 2018
AMSTERDAM WHITNEY GALLERY, 531 West 25th Street, Ground Floor-Chelsea, New York City, is proud to showcase in its “Moulin Rouge-Thanksgiving NOVEMBER 7-DECEMBER 6, 2018 exhibition internationally and nationally recognized Contemporary Master Artists whose works overflow with bountiful creativity, illuminating the abstract, figurative and natural realms. In the spirit of the Chelsea Thanksgiving Art Season, and highlighted at the glamorous November 10th Thanksgiving Moulin Rouge Champagne Reception, this dazzling group exhibition will offer a cornucopia of contemporary talent that reflects divergent realities and subliminal dreams. Evocative and dynamic, this Autumnal Thanksgiving exhibition exudes an alluring glow with stunning luminous creative energy which challenges the boundaries of artistic creativity. Riveting and provocative, the artwork in this Thanksgiving exhibit transport the viewer to wondrous interpretative realms and are a testament to the talent of AMSTERDAM WHITNEY GALLERYs artists. NOVEMBER 7-DECEMBER 6, 2018 Exhibit THANKSGIVING-MOULIN ROUGE Soiree SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2018 3:00-5:00 pm CORNUCOPIC COUNTERPOINTS NEIL KERMAN GUNILLA KLEMENDZ LORI MOLE APOTHEOSIS of the ILLUMINATA AASE BIRKHAUG PATRICK DENNIS PAUL KENTZ FULCRUM of the FANTASTIC ANAT ARON CORA CRONEMEYER MATT GABEL OPTYX of the AESTHETICA MADELEINE SCHACHTER MICHAEL SCHAFFER DREA VERNAZZA JEONG-AH ZHANG
Amsterdam Whitney | 531 West 25th Street Ground Floor | 212-255-9050
website
Rachel Perry : Halos
Oct 25, 2018 -- Dec 08, 2018
Rachel Perry's Halos are selected from an on-going series of 445 unique abstract drawings.
Yancey Richardson Gallery | 525 W 22nd St | 646-230-9610
website
Sandi Haber Fifield : Lineations 2
Oct 25, 2018 -- Dec 08, 2018
Sandi Haber Fifield combines torn and layered photographs, graphite, wax pastel and vellum to shift our understanding of photography away from the fact-based or documentary, towards a material-based, intuitive process which challenges our expectations of the expressive potential of the medium.
Yancey Richardson Gallery | 525 W 22nd St | 646-230-9610
website
Ryan Wallace: Unlanding
Oct 25, 2018 -- Dec 08, 2018
Susan Inglett Gallery is pleased to present, Unlanding, Ryan Wallace’s third solo exhibition with the gallery, 25 October 2018 through 5 December 2018. A reception for the artist will be held Thursday evening 25 October from 6 to 8 PM. Unlanding. Such a curiously immaterial word for a materially dense work. In his new multimedia paintings, Ryan Wallace takes license to untether from former processes and follow a path set out primarily by intuition and experience. Historically each body of work has given rise to the next, with materials and compositions dictated by the previous generation. Elliptical templates used to generate structural components originated from shapes of light cast by reflective media within earlier installations. Those shapes and materials have generated second, and third iterations of pictorial ingredients leading to these spatially expansive new paintings. Material qualities now give way to the ethereal. While decidedly abstract, one never loses the sense that these visually deft pictures arrived from observation. Experimenting with diverse saturations and tones, the artist hints at palpable atmospheres by blurring cut lines and hard-edged shapes. Surface excavations add texture and complexity to built planes of salvaged paint, canvas, linen, rubber, masonite, and assorted trace elements. Reflected light now glows from within, captured between fissures of aluminum embedded in Wallace’s painterly strata. A shift in sightline unleashes a wealth of new details altering the experience of the work. Shapes appear to repeat, rotate, invert, evolve and flit from one canvas to the next in a collaborative effort. Material becomes immaterial and we become unlanded. Ryan Wallace was born in 1977 in New York City, and lives and works in Brooklyn and East Hampton, New York. He received his BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design. Recent solo exhibitions include 56 Henry, New York Cooper Cole, Toronto and Romer Young Gallery, San Francisco. Recent two-person shows have been with Rosy Keyser at the Institute of Contemporary Art at MECA, Portland and with John Riepenhoff at the Elaine DeKooning House, East Hampton. Work has recently been exhibited at BAM, Brooklyn Marjorie Barrick Museum, Las Vegas Anat Egbi, Los Angeles Albada Jelgersma, Amsterdam Christian Larsen, Stockholm Jerome Pauchant Gallery, Paris Rachel Uffner Gallery, NYC University of the Arts, Philadelphia and V1 Gallery, Copenhagen. Wallace’s works can be found in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego RISD Museum, Providence and the Watermill Center, Watermill among others. This exhibition will be on view at the gallery located at 522 West 24 Street Tuesday to Saturday 10 AM to 6 PM. The gallery will be closed for the Thanksgiving holiday 22 November reopening 24 November. For additional information please contact Susan Inglett Gallery at 212/647-9111, fax 212/647-9333 or info@inglettgallery.com Join the conversation with Susan Inglett Gallery and Ryan Wallace on Instagram (@SusanInglettGallery), Facebook (Susan Inglett Gallery) andTwitter (@inglettgallery), and via the hashtags #SusanInglettGallery and #RyanWallace.
Susan Inglett Gallery | 522 W 24th St | 212-647-9111
website
Ivens Machado
Nov 03, 2018 -- Dec 08, 2018
Ivens Machado's sculptures are at the core of the exhibition, dating from 1990 through 2007. Often brutalist in appearance, they incorporate raw construction materials such as steel, cement, rocks, wood, and wire, referencing architectural constructions and techniques while suggesting bodily forms through rounded edges and protrusions.
Andrew Kreps Gallery | 535/537 W 22nd St | 212-741-8849
website
Kyle Meyer : Interwoven
Nov 01, 2018 -- Dec 08, 2018
Interwoven is an exhibition of artworks woven from photographic prints and Kyle Meyer. Artist's Reception: Thu, Nov 1, 6-8pm.
Yossi Milo Gallery | 245 10th Ave | 212-414-0370
website
Hai Zhang : The eye is not satisfied with seeing
Nov 01, 2018 -- Dec 08, 2018
The romantic picture of America is often at odds with the jarring reality of living within its complex workings. Hai Zhang's collages are reflective of this complexity. Opening Reception: Thu, Nov 1, 6-8pm.
Miyako Yoshinaga | 547 W 27th St, 2nd Fl | 212-268-7132
website
Osi Audu : Dialogues with African Art
Oct 25, 2018 -- Dec 08, 2018
Osi Audu : Dialogues with African Art. My work is inspired by the abstract geometric possibilities I see in African art and culture, thus it is a formal and conceptual dialogue between the historic and the contemporary.
Skoto Gallery | 529 W 20th St, 5th Fl | 212-352-8058
website
Virginia Jaramillo : Foundations
Oct 18, 2018 -- Dec 08, 2018
In Foundations, Virginia Jaramillo breaks away from the smooth and pristine surfaces of her 1970s Japanese lacquerware-inspired curvilinear paintings by utilizing diverse brushstroke techniques to build rich, varied textural surfaces which distinguish fractured and fragmented forms. Opening Reception: Thu, Oct 18, 6-8pm.
Hales New York | 547 W 20th St | 646-590-0776
website
The Preservation of Fire: On Lines and Materials
Oct 19, 2018 -- Dec 08, 2018
This exhibition highlights a group of four acclaimed Chinese and Korean artists whose use of expressive lines and unique materials create a convergence of the traditional and the contemporary. Artists: Qin Feng, Ann Niu, Wang Tiande, Chun Kwang Young. Opening Reception: Fri, Oct 19, 6-8pm.
Crossing Collective | 559 W 23rd St | 212-359-4333
website
Nick Moss: Rigorous Perception
Nov 07, 2018 -- Dec 10, 2018
Nick Moss: Rigorous Perception
Leila Heller Gallery | 507 W 27th St | 212-249-7695
website
Gagarin: A Journal of Artists' Writings
Oct 26, 2018 -- Dec 10, 2018
Gagarin: A Journal of Artists' Writings is an exhibition exploring the artists’ periodical published and edited by Wilfried Huet. Fri, Oct 26, 6-8pm.
Printed Matter Inc. | 231 11th Ave | 212-925-0325
website
Neil Goldberg : Vote In The Midterm Elections
Oct 25, 2018 -- Dec 15, 2018
Video, photography, and performance. Opening Reception: Thu, Oct 25, 6-8pm. Neil Goldberg will be present, as will members of The Creative Resistance, who will sign up volunteers to canvas for the midterms.
Cristin Tierney Gallery | 540 W 28th St | 212-594-0550
website
Susan Philipsz: A Single Voice
Oct 25, 2018 -- Dec 15, 2018
Susan Philipsz explores the psychological and sculptural potential of sound.
Tanya Bonakdar Gallery | 521 W 21st St | 212-414-4144
website
Jane Rosen : Knight to Rook
Oct 18, 2018 -- Dec 15, 2018
A lifetime of studying our symbiotic relationship with nature has allowed Jane Rosen to produce this stunning new body of work. Optimistic and transporting, these postmodern, posted sentinels, blown glass birds and other animals, capture our attention as they gaze back at and beyond us from recycled limestone perches.
Sears-Peyton Gallery | 210 11th Ave, Suite 802 | 212-966-7469
website
Lorraine O'Grady : Cutting Out CONYT
Oct 25, 2018 -- Dec 15, 2018
Featuring a selection of prints from Cutting Out CONYT, in Lorraine O'Grady's words, the show reveals her ongoing commitment to establishing the diptych as a ceaseless conversation of difference.
Alexander Gray Associates | 510 W 26th St | 212-399-2636
website
Diane Arbus : Untitled
Nov 02, 2018 -- Dec 15, 2018
The sixty-six images were made at residences for people with developmental disabilities, places Arbus repeatedly returned to for picnics, for dances, and at Halloween between 1969 and 1971. Opening Reception: Fri, Nov 2, 6-8pm.
David Zwirner - West 20th Street | 537 W 20th St | 212-517-8677
website
Scrapbook Love Story: Memory and the Vernacular Photo Album
Sep 06, 2018 -- Dec 15, 2018
Scrapbook Love Story: Memory and the Vernacular Photo Album, an exhibition of albums and scrapbooks from the 1890s to the early 1970s. Opening Reception: Thu, Sep 6, 6-8pm.
Walther Collection Project Space | 526 W 26th St, Suite 718 | 212-352-0683
website
Christine Gedeon : Syria...as my mother speaks
Oct 25, 2018 -- Dec 15, 2018
The show consists of three bodies of work that draw from Christine Gedeon's memories and her family’s experiences in Syria. Opening Reception: Thu, Oct 25, 6-8pm.
Jane Lombard Gallery | 518 W 19th St | 212-967-8040
website
William Steiger : Ghosts In The Machine
Oct 18, 2018 -- Dec 15, 2018
William Steiger : Ghosts In The Machine features intricately detailed works that continue to explore themes of urbanization, modernity and our structural world. Opening Reception: Thu, Oct 18, 6-8pm.
Margaret Thatcher Projects | 539 W 23rd St | 212-675-0222
website
Richard Prince : High Times
Nov 01, 2018 -- Dec 15, 2018
Mining images from mass media, advertising and entertainment since the late 1970s, Richard Prince has redefined the concepts of authorship, ownership, and aura. Opening Reception: Thu, Nov 1, 6-8pm.
Gagosian Gallery - West 21st Steet | 522 W 21st St | 212-741-1717
website
Under the Night Sky
Oct 25, 2018 -- Dec 15, 2018
Under the Night Sky explores the numerous ways in which the frontier of the night sky influences the human psyche and continues to hold artists in its grip. Artists: Georg Baselitz, Billy Al Bengston, Ralph Albert Blakelock, Peter Doig, Piero Dorazio, Nan Goldin, Philip Guston, Tom Hammick, Kathleen Jacobs, Bo Joseph, Alex Katz, Friedrich Kunath, Yayoi Kusama, Christopher Le Brun, Lee Mullican, Alfonso Ossorio, Rob Reynolds, Brie Ruais, Mario Schifano, Cindy Sherman, Ena Swansea, Mark Tobey, Christopher Wool. Curator: Michael Black.
Albertz Benda | 515 W 26th St | 212-244-2579
website
Under the Night Sky
Oct 25, 2018 -- Dec 15, 2018
Under the Night Sky explores the numerous ways in which the frontier of the night sky influences the human psyche and continues to hold artists in its grip. Artists: Wendell Castle, Byung Hoon Choi, Andile Dyalvane, Misha Kahn, Faye Toogood, Yoichi Ohira, Anders Ruhwald, Chris Schanck, Ettore Sottsass, David Wiseman, Thaddeus Wolfe. Curator: Michael Black.
Friedman Benda | 515 W 26th St | 212-239-8700
website
Nina Chanel Abney
Oct 25, 2018 -- Dec 15, 2018
Nina Chanel Abney's life-size monoprints boldly give voice to the artist's social consciousness. Opening Reception: Thu, Oct 25, 6­-8pm.
Pace Prints - West 26th Street | 521 W 26th St | 212-629-6100
website
Lisa Yuskavage : Babie Brood: Small Paintings 1985–2018
Nov 08, 2018 -- Dec 15, 2018
Lisa Yuskavage : Babie Brood: Small Paintings 1985–2018
David Zwirner - West 19th Street | 519, 525, 533 W 19th St | 212-727-2070
website
Hot Farce
Nov 01, 2018 -- Dec 15, 2018
A show about bad faith meta-figuration and sexual satire. Artists: Natalie Frank, Paul Gagner, Rebecca Morgan, Daniel Morowitz, Gahee Park, Anastasia Tarasenko, Patricia Renee Thomas. Curator: Kristen Racaniello. Opening Reception: Thu, Nov 1, 6-8pm.
Field Projects | 526 W 26th St, #807 | 323-633-5764
website
Michael Krebber
Oct 26, 2018 -- Dec 15, 2018
Michael Krebber
Greene Naftali | 508 W 26th St | 212-463-7770
website
Swingers
Oct 26, 2018 -- Dec 15, 2018
Artists: Chantal Akerman, Marie Angeletti, Lutz Bacher, Barbara Kruger, Josephine Pryde, Heji Shin, Akram Zaatari
Greene Naftali | 508 W 26th St | 212-463-7770
website
Yvonne Quirmbach : Anonymous Design
Oct 26, 2018 -- Dec 15, 2018
Yvonne Quirmbach : Comprising of an assortment of exhibition catalogues, artist monographs, ephemera, and artist books, Anonymous Design collects close to three hundred of her books, forming a near complete archive of her work.
Greene Naftali | 508 W 26th St | 212-463-7770
website
Jibade-Khalil Huffman : Tempo
Oct 31, 2018 -- Dec 15, 2018
In Jibade-Khalil Huffman's new video and sound installation, a narrative unfolds across surfaces and screens, revealing and obscuring objects in the gallery space over the course of an hour. By dramatizing our relationship to culture, Huffman examines our affinities for black music, and our expectations for its potential as a tool of resistance. Opening Reception: Wed, Oct 31, 6–8pm.
The Kitchen NYC | 512 W 19th St | 212-255-5793
website
John Baeder Road Well Taken: The Disappearing Landscape
Nov 01, 2018 -- Dec 15, 2018
John Baeder Road Well Taken: The Disappearing Landscape
Bernarducci Gallery | 525 W 25th St | 212-593-3757
website
Pete Souza : Throw Shade, Then Vote
Oct 11, 2018 -- Dec 18, 2018
Throw Shade, Then Vote is an exhibition of work by Pete Souza, former Chief Official White House Photographer. The exhibition features 13 photographs with texts that are portraits in Presidential contrasts. Opening Reception and Book signing: Thu, Oct 11, 6-8pm.
Steven Kasher Gallery | 515 W 26th St | 212-966-3978
website
Prima Materia: Nikki Schiro Solo Exhibition
Oct 04, 2018 -- Dec 18, 2018
OZANEAUX ArtSpace is pleased to host Prima Materia, an imaginative body of sculptures and paintings by Nikki Schiro. Since her earliest memories, Nikki Schiro has been preoccupied with interpersonal relationships and the multiple facets of the human condition. The art she has made for the past 20 years has always been, on some level, a visual diary of her explorations of these subjects. In reaction to the disturbing realities of present social and political paradigms, Schiro has been reconsidering her entire approach to art and subject matter. From this examination, an imaginative body of sculptures and paintings was born. The new work (re)introduces ancient mystical and alchemical principles that Schiro believes can and do serve humanity today. The character in the paintings, drawings and sculptures is called La Matta. She is on a mystical journey, learning to let go of a manufactured version of reality and perceive true form and spiritual self. Nikki Schiro is a native New York artist. Her studies in art include an M.F.A. (2006) and B.F.A. (2002) from Hunter College, NY, as well as the Saturday Outreach Program (1997) at Cooper Union College for the Advancement of Fine Art. Schiro has exhibited extensively in galleries, museums, non-profit and alternative spaces, home and abroad. This is Schiro’s second time exhibiting at OZANEAUX ArtSpace. For more information, please visit www.nikkischiro.com VISITOR NOTE: October 5 2018-February 2, 2019 *Because one of the installations has to be set up prior to each visit, as it takes over an active conference room otherwise used by the office that houses the gallery, we ask that you notify the gallery when you are planning to visit: ozaneauxartspace@gmail.com* OZANEAUX ArtSpace 515 W 20th Street, #4E New York, New York, 10011 A portion of all sales will be donated to the realization of the Rosicrucian Alchemy Museum in San Jose.
OZANEAUX ArtSpace | 515 W 20th St, 4E | 212-647-7777
website
Edge of Visibility
Oct 04, 2018 -- Dec 19, 2018
Edge of Visibility focuses on low-visibility strategies in printmaking. The exhibition features laborious microengravings and subtle watermarks to evanescent images printed with UV-reactive inks. Artists: Fiona Banner, Barbara Bloom, Jacques Callot, Megan Foster, Levi David van Gelder, Samuel Levi Jones, William Kentridge, Matthew Kenyon & Douglas Easterly, Glenn Ligon, Christian Marclay, Boris Margo, Kerry James Marshall, Chris Ofili, Philippe Parreno, William Pratt, Johann Michael Puchler, Walid Raad, Ad Reinhardt, Art Spiegelman & Francoise Mouly, Timorous Beasties - Alistair McAuley & Paul Simmons, Susan York. Curator: Susan Tallman. Opening Reception: Thu, Oct 4, 6-8pm, press & members preview: 5-6pm.
International Print Center New York | 508 W 26th St, 5th Fl | 212-989-5090
website
Elise Ansel: Time Present
Nov 01, 2018 -- Dec 20, 2018
Opening Reception: Thursday, November 1, 2018 - 6-8pm
Danese/Corey | 511 W 22nd St | 212-223-2227
website
Stanley Whitney : In the Color
Nov 03, 2018 -- Dec 21, 2018
Color inspires and informs the work of Stanley Whitney, whose paintings explore the many possibilities created by the tessellation and juxtaposition of irregular rectangles in varying shades of strength and subtlety. Opening Reception: Nov 3, 6-8pm.
Lisson Gallery - 10th Avenue | 138 10th Ave | 212-505-6431
website
Federico Herrero : Open Alphabet
Oct 25, 2018 -- Dec 21, 2018
Federico Herrero investigates the ways in which color shapes our lived environment, understanding painting as an extension of landscape. Opening Reception with the artist: Thu, Oct 25, 6-8pm.
James Cohan - Chelsea | 533 W 26th St | 212-714-9500
website
Nina Beier : Baby
Oct 26, 2018 -- Dec 21, 2018
Nina Beier's work unfolds the histories enmeshed with serially produced objects and materials.
Metro Pictures | 519 W 24th St | 212-206-7100
website
Robert Whitman : 61
Oct 25, 2018 -- Dec 21, 2018
Robert Whitman : works on paper, early films, sculptures, laser projections, and mixed-media and video installations. Opening Reception: Thu, Oct 25, 6-8pm.
Pace Gallery - West 25th Street | 510 W 25th St | 212-255-4044
website
Lauren Clay : Windows and Walls
Oct 25, 2018 -- Dec 21, 2018
Originating as white, tubular, and textured twists on the angular rigidity and slickness of Minimalism, Lauren Clay's sculptures adopt pronounced references to space, architecture, and the body, and add high color and detailed curlicues. Opening Reception: Thu, Oct 25, 6-8pm.
Asya Geisberg Gallery | 537 W 23rd St | 212-675-7525
website
Sopheap Pich : Expanses
Nov 01, 2018 -- Dec 21, 2018
Sopheap Pich : Expanses features floor-standing sculptures and works on paper that embody a sense of lightness and expansiveness, which contrasts with their monumentality of form. Opening Reception: Thu, Nov 1, 6-8pm. The artist will be in attendance.
Tyler Rollins Fine Art | 529 W 20th St, 10W | 212-229-9100
website
Drawing Space: 1970-1983
Nov 01, 2018 -- Dec 21, 2018
Featuring the work of Hanne Darboven, Barry Le Va, Dorothea Rockburne, Fred Sandback, Alan Saret, and Keith Sonnier, the exhibition takes a fresh look at a group of artists who are variously associated with the Minimalist, Postminimalist, and Process art movements. Opening Reception: Thu, Nov 1, 6-8pm.
David Nolan Gallery | 527 W 29th St | 212-925-6190
website
Stanley Whitney : In the Color
Nov 03, 2018 -- Dec 21, 2018
Color inspires and informs the work of Stanley Whitney, whose paintings explore the many possibilities created by the tessellation and juxtaposition of irregular rectangles in varying shades of strength and subtlety. Opening Reception: Nov 3, 6-8pm.
Lisson Gallery - West 24th Street | 504 W 24th St | 212-505-6431
website
Ronald Bladen : Heroic Figures
Oct 25, 2018 -- Dec 21, 2018
Ronald Bladen : Heroic Figures
Loretta Howard Gallery | 521 W 26th St, 1st Fl | 212-695-0164
website
Barbara Kruger : 1978
Nov 01, 2018 -- Dec 21, 2018
Made in the year 1978, these works are early examples of Barbara Kruger's use of image and text. Forty years later, they elucidate the roots of her engagement with pictures, words, the episodic, and the everyday.
Mary Boone Gallery - Fifth Avenue | 745 5th Ave | 212-752-2929
website
Al Loving : Space, Time, Light
Oct 25, 2018 -- Dec 21, 2018
Al Loving : Space, Time, Light
Garth Greenan Gallery | 545 W 20th St | 212-929-1351
website
Sadamasa Motonaga : 1962-1972
Nov 01, 2018 -- Dec 21, 2018
Sadamasa Motonaga : 1962-1972
Fergus McCaffrey | 514 W 26th St | 212-988-2200
website
Keith Haring : Apocalypse
Nov 01, 2018 -- Dec 21, 2018
Apocalypse is an exhibition of limited edition prints highlighting the collaborations between Keith Haring, William Burroughs and Brion Gysin. Opening Reception: Thu, Nov 1, 6­-8pm.
Pace Prints - West 26th Street | 521 W 26th St | 212-629-6100
website
Zaria Forman: Overview
Oct 25, 2018 -- Dec 21, 2018
Opening Reception with the artist Thursday, October 25th, 6-8 pm Winston Wachter Fine Art, New York is excited to announce Overview, an exhibition of new large-scale pastel drawings by Zaria Forman. Her latest work is an aerial exploration of some of the most rapidly changing places on our planet. Over the past two years Zaria has travelled with NASA’s science missions to track shifting ice, producing a collection that faithfully captures the range of ephemeral landscapes she observed while flying just hundreds of feet over Antarctica and the Arctic. While her previous drawings are often recognizable as icebergs and glaciers, Zaria’s proximity to NASA scientists inspired work that is highly precise in its technical execution and yet visually more abstract. With an eye toward communicating the alarming rate that our polar regions are melting, Zaria portrays the vulnerability of thinning ice and heat-absorbing inkiness of the seas with profound detail and inherent drama. Each piece is rich in nuance, imbuing this series with great variation and thematic cohesion. In the sharpness of these birds-eye views drawn in her characteristic large-scale format, Zaria has created deeply intimate portraits of the environments we stand to lose. Like orbiting astronauts who are overcome by Earth’s fragility and moved to protect it, viewers are invited to witness a perspective on our planet that is connected to both the exacting beauty of science and the terrifying urgency of climate change. Zaria Forman documents climate change with pastel drawings. She travels to remote regions of the world to collect images and inspiration for her work, which is exhibited worldwide. She has flown with NASA on several Operation IceBridge missions over Antarctica, Greenland, and Arctic Canada. She was featured on CBS Sunday Morning, CNN, and PBS. She delivered a TEDTalk, and spoke at Amazon, Google, and NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, exhibited in Banksy’s Dismaland, and was the artist-in-residence aboard the National Geographic Explorer in Antarctica. Her works have appeared in publications such as The New York Times, National Geographic, The Wall Street Journal, and the Smithsonian Magazine. Forman currently works and resides in Brooklyn, NY.
Winston Wachter Fine Art | 530 W 25th St, Ground Fl | 212-255-2718
website
Helen Levitt : Five Decades
Nov 10, 2018 -- Dec 22, 2018
Helen Levitt : Five Decades features vintage images and pictures from Mexico City and New York.
Laurence Miller Gallery | 521 W 26th Street | 212-397-3930
website
Ilya Bolotowsky : Paintings from 1935-1980
Nov 01, 2018 -- Dec 22, 2018
Ilya Bolotowsky : Paintings from 1935-1980
Washburn Gallery | 177 10th Ave, New York, NY | 212-397-6780
website
Works from the Collection of John Ashbery : In Association with Eric Brown Art Group
Nov 01, 2018 -- Dec 22, 2018
Bringing together paintings, drawings, and collages by artists such as Alex Katz, Jane Freilicher, Helen Frankenthaler, Fairfield Porter, Joe Brainard, and Larry Rivers, the presentation reflects the deep-rooted artistic and personal associations amongst a group of artists and poets who, between them, defined New York's downtown scene for almost two decades from the 1950s onwards.
Paul Kasmin Gallery - 297 Tenth Avenue | 297 10th Ave | 212-563-4474
website
Nick Cave : If a Tree Falls
Nov 01, 2018 -- Dec 22, 2018
Nick Cave : If a Tree Falls explores a crucial underlying component of personal and collective states - the state of the American nation. Opening Reception: Thu, Nov 1, 6-8pm.
Jack Shainman Gallery - West 24th Street | 524 W 24th St | 212-337-3372
website
Harriet Korman : Permeable/Resistant
Nov 01, 2018 -- Dec 22, 2018
Harriet Korman : Permeable/Resistant: Recent Drawings and Paintings. Opening Reception: Thu, Nov 1, 6-8:30pm.
Thomas Erben Gallery | 526 W 26th St, Fl 4 | 212-645-8701
website
Saul Steinberg, Philip Guston : Eyes Wide Open
Nov 02, 2018 -- Dec 22, 2018
Drawings, prints, and objects by Saul Steinberg and Philip Guston
Senior & Shopmaker Gallery | 210 11th Ave, 8th Fl | 212-213-6767
website
Phyllida Barlow: tilt
Nov 14, 2018 -- Dec 22, 2018
This exhibition shows the incredible scope of Phyllida Barlow's use of scale and form. At once menacing and playful, imposing and delicate, Barlow's process-oriented constructions break down and reconfigure encounters between object and viewer and conventional notions of sculpture.
Hauser & Wirth New York, 22nd Street | 548 W 22nd St | 212-790-3900
website
Nicky Broekhuysen - The Channeling
Nov 01, 2018 -- Dec 22, 2018
All of Nicky Broekhuysen’s work is binary, both literally and figuratively. The artist paints using only stamps of the numbers 1 and 0, and the work is always intended as having more than one meaning, or comprising more than just the sum total of the marks on the paper. Binary code is a language designed for information exchange – we use it daily for virtually every task imaginable it surrounds us in Bluetooth and Wi-Fi signals – and yet it is essentially illegible to humans. Broekhuysen uses that contradiction as part of her work. By further abstracting the binary code and applying the numbers at random, she creates an image which, even if abstract, imparts information to and elicits a response from the viewer. She is thereby both using and deconstructing the language, subverting its initial message while maintaining its initial intent. With this bravura exhibition, Broekhuysen has created a series of work that spans art history, connecting people across time, combining the conceptual with the traditional, and the theoretical with the spiritual. The work is created in the same method as her previous series – each painting is made up of thousands of marks, hand-stamped one by one to create a larger image. However, for The Channeling, Broekhuysen’s inspiration comes from a personal family history that includes equal parts art historical reference and mysticism, and more than a little bit of skepticism and blind faith. Broekhuysen’s grandmother, Marge Hugo, claimed to be able to connect with or “channel” the Impressionist painter Claude Monet through an exercise known as automatic writing. As Marge honed this meditative practice, voices spoke through her and claimed to be spirits – for lack of a better word – of long-dead Impressionist painters. They communicated through her in writing and painting, eventually reaching out to try to speak with Marge granddaughter, Broekhuysen, and to help her in her own life. The Impressionists were, in their naissance, iconoclasts, eschewing traditional approaches to paintings and adding subjective interpretations of light and color into every work. From Monet’s earliest Impressionist paintings to later Post-Impressionist and Pointillist styles, the group of painters who channeled through Marge were interested in the light and color and motion – depicting everyday life as well as the first inklings of the Industrial Revolution. They were visionaries or contemporary art, espousing reality over realness, and intimation over imitation. Regardless of one’s own satisfaction or belief in the tale, it is a further use of Broekhuysen’s binary system. To find the imagery for this work, the artist took smartphone photos of details of Monet works, edited the color palette in Photoshop, and then reinterpreted the image onto paper. Interpretation of data is what language is – it is always subject to personal experience and opinion. Likewise, the factuality or scientific veracity of the story of channeling one of the most famous painters in the world is less important than how it is translated into Broekhuysen’s art.
Maxwell Davidson Gallery | 521 W 26th St | 212-759-7555
website
Pedro S. de Movellan
Nov 01, 2018 -- Dec 22, 2018

Maxwell Davidson Gallery | 521 W 26th St | 212-759-7555
website
Ansel Adams
Oct 25, 2018 -- Dec 22, 2018
Through refined detail and an unparalleled way of capturing the country's remaining fragments of untouched wilderness, Adams remains one of the leading and enduring influences in American art today. Opening Reception: Thu, Oct 25, 6-8pm.
Robert Mann Gallery | 525 W 26th St, 2nd Fl | 212-989-7600
website
Paulette Tavormina : A Concert of Birds
Oct 25, 2018 -- Dec 22, 2018
Paulette Tavormina: A Concert of Birds presents new work by the artist that continues on her Flowers, Fish, Birds & Fantasies series. Opening Reception: Thu, Oct 25, 6-8pm.
Robert Mann Gallery | 525 W 26th St, 2nd Fl | 212-989-7600
website
MUTATIONS IN BLUE, WHITE AND RED
Nov 08, 2018 -- Dec 22, 2018
Lehmann Maupin is pleased to announce an exhibition of recent paintings, drawings, and sculpture by Mandy El-Sayegh that marks the London-based artist’s first solo exhibition in the U.S. The exhibition brings together examples from different series of works by El-Sayegh, which together form an artistic practice rooted in assemblage and the political, social, and economic complexities of human culture. El-Sayegh’s process often begins with periods of focused research of carefully selected written material, scientific and biological diagrams, and found pop cultural imagery. Adapting elements of psychoanalysis to a formal aesthetic that merges minimalism, pop, and figuration, she occupies a quasi-paranoiac worldview as an experimental yet creative response to societal alienation.
Lehmann Maupin - Chelsea | 536 W 22nd St | 212-255-2923
website
Michael Mazur: Late Work, Rain and Flowers
Oct 25, 2018 -- Dec 22, 2018
RYAN LEE is pleased to announce an exhibition of paintings and drawings by Michael Mazur (1935–2009). Known for his virtuosic facility with painting, drawing and printmaking, Mazur remains celebrated for his relentless drive to create and reinvent. Late Work, Rain and Flowers presents a selection of paintings and previously unexhibited drawings that were made in the final years of Mazur’s life. Throughout a career that spanned more than half a century, Mazur explored a range of styles, techniques and subject matter. He often worked in series and in various media at once, experimenting with stencils, airbrushing and printing on silk. Content impelled him, whether he was responding to social injustice or absorbing aesthetic traditions of the Far East. As Mazur explained to Robert Brown in an a 1993 interview for the Smithsonian’s Archives of American Art, “…content drove my engine, but the form always interested me, in terms of its relationship to the content… form-making, the facture of making paintings or drawings or prints, that has interested me and had its influence on me throughout all the work.” This mutually constitutive relationship between form and content in Mazur’s oeuvre is particularly evident in the stylistic divergence between these two late bodies of work. While each treats an elemental form of nature, the fragility of the flower drawings presents a stark contrast to the power and dynamism of the pounding rain in the oil paintings. In the Rain paintings the viewer is subsumed, both caught in torrential downpour and somehow under water. The simultaneous horizontality and verticality in Bay Rain III (2009) suggests visual access from above as well as head-on while also presenting a Rorschach-like reflection of itself. Combined with rocks and ripples rendered in turquoise, cerulean and lavender, the resulting image evokes creation and disintegration. By contrast, Mazur’s floral drawings are delicate and minimal. Despite limited mobility during a period of recovery in the last year of his life, he produced over 100 ink drawings of plants and flowers—many of which had been given to him by his wife or observed in his own garden. Executed in black ink, these intimately scaled images seem to hover, emerging and receding from the negative space. Taken together these last works by Mazur illustrate the dueling potentialities of nature and art. As Mazur explained when the Rain paintings were first exhibited in 2009, shortly before his death, “all good and great paintings provide a whiff of mortality and, ultimately, are a celebration of the life force they are both the tunnel and the light at its end... Light and dark, color and its absence, form and anti-form all contribute to this.” Michael Mazur (1935 New York, NY – 2009 Boston, MA) is an internationally recognized artist known for his fluidity between paintings, drawings and prints as well as between abstract and representational imagery. Born and raised in New York City, Mazur moved to Massachusetts in 1953 and received his BA from Amherst College. He received his BFA and MFA from Yale University in 1959 and 1961, respectively, and he was later heralded by The Boston Globe as one of the greatest painters and printmakers that New England produced in the second half of the 20th century. Mazur first exhibited in 1960 and quickly earned acclaim, receiving a Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation grant, John Simon Guggenheim Foundation award and an American Academy of Arts and Letters fellowship in just two years. Mazur was invited to represent the United States in the 1975 Venice Biennale, but he declined to participate in protest of the Vientam War. Over the next 50 years, he was the subject of more than 80 solo exhibitions and included in numerous group shows. In 2000, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston held a retrospective which traveled to Stanford University Art Museum, the Jane Vorhees Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University and the Minneapolis Institute of Art. Mazur’s work is held in several prominent collections, including the British Museum, London Cincinnati Art Museum Cleveland Museum of Art de Cordova Museum, Lincoln Los Angeles County Museum of Art Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Art Institute of Chicago McNay Art Museum, San Antonio Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York Museum of Modern Art, New York Philadelphia Museum of Art Whitney Museum of American Art, New York Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven and Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University, New Brunswick. For press inquiries, please contact Bridget Casey at bridget@ryanleegallery.com or 212-397-0742.
Ryan Lee | 515 W 26th St | 212-397-0742
website
Daniel Lefcourt : Terraform
Nov 01, 2018 -- Dec 22, 2018
Daniel Lefcourt has created a set of paintings each depicting an abstract landscape seen from an aerial perspective. Opening Reception: Thu, Nov 1, 6-8pm.
Mitchell-Innes & Nash - West 26th Street | 534 W 26th St | 212-744-7400
website
Zarina
Oct 27, 2018 -- Dec 22, 2018
The work of Zarina is defined by her adherence to the personal and the essential. An early interest in architecture and mathematics is reflected in her use of geometry and her emphasis on structural purity. While her work tends towards minimalism, its starkness is tempered by its texture and materiality. Her art poignantly chronicles her life and recurring themes include home, displacement, borders, journey and memory. Opening Reception: Fri, Oct 26, 6-8pm.
Luhring Augustine | 531 W 24th St | 212-206-9100
website
Stuart Davis: Lines Thicken: Stuart Davis in Black and White
Sep 13, 2018 -- Dec 22, 2018
Lines Thicken: Stuart Davis in Black and White is an exhibition of black and white paintings and works on paper by Stuart Davis. Curator: Priscilla Vail Caldwell.
Paul Kasmin Gallery - 293 Tenth Avenue | 293 10th Ave | 212-563-4474
website
Brancusi & Duchamp: The Art of Dialogue
Sep 20, 2018 -- Dec 22, 2018
Brancusi & Duchamp: The Art of Dialogue, curated by art historian Paul B. Franklin, explores the aesthetic dialogue between Constantin Brancusi and Marcel Duchamp, two of the most inimitable and innovative artists of the twentieth century. Bringing together over eighty sculptures, objects, photographs, films, and drawings from an international array of public and private collections, as well as a selection of rare archival documents.
Paul Kasmin Gallery - 515 West 27th Street | 515 W 27th St | 212-563-4474
website
Ellsworth Kelly : Color Panels for a Large Wall
Nov 03, 2018 -- Dec 22, 2018
Ellsworth Kelly : Color Panels for a Large Wall. Opening Reception: Sat, Nov 3, 5-7pm.
Matthew Marks Gallery - 522 West 22nd Street | 522 W 22nd St | 212-243-0200
website
Ken Price : Sculpture
Nov 03, 2018 -- Dec 22, 2018
Ken Price : The exhibition features thirteen small-scale sculptures in fired and painted clay and one. Opening Reception: Sat, Nov 3, 5-7pm.
Matthew Marks Gallery - 523 West 24th Street | 523 W 24th St | 212-243-0200
website
Svenja Deininger : Crescendo
Oct 25, 2018 -- Dec 22, 2018
Paintings that capture Svenja Deininger's fluid manipulation of color and form, resulting in complex compositions that arise organically as she works the canvas.
Marianne Boesky Gallery | 507/509 W 24th St | 212-680-9889
website
Melissa Meyer, New Paintings
Nov 01, 2018 -- Dec 22, 2018

Lennon, Weinberg, Inc. | 514 West 25th Street | 212-941-0012
website
Helio Oiticica : Spatial Relief and Drawings, 1955-59
Nov 03, 2018 -- Dec 22, 2018
Helio Oiticica : Spatial Relief and Drawings, 1955-59 is an exhibition of the artist's early gouache drawings and an example of his signature Relevo Espacial - Spatial Relief. Opening Reception: Sat, Nov 3, 6-8pm.
Galerie Lelong, New York | 528 W 26th St | 212-315-0470
website
Nick Cave : If a Tree Falls
Nov 01, 2018 -- Dec 22, 2018
Nick Cave : If a Tree Falls explores a crucial underlying component of personal and collective states - the state of the American nation. Opening Reception: Thu, Nov 1, 6-8pm.
Jack Shainman Gallery - West 20th Street | 513 W 20th St | 212-645-1701
website
Mark Grotjahn : New Capri, Capri, Free Capri
Oct 30, 2018 -- Dec 22, 2018
Abstract paintings by Mark Grotjahn. Opening Reception: Tue, Oct 30, 6-8pm.
Gagosian Gallery - West 24th Steet | 555 W 24th St | 212-741-1111
website
Jocelyn Hobbie : New Paintings
Oct 25, 2018 -- Dec 22, 2018
choing styles as divergent as New Objectivity and Ukiyo-e, Jocelyn Hobbie hones a formal inventiveness in which neoclassical figures with pensive expressions are depicted amid bold patterning and floral settings. Opening Reception: Thu, Oct 25, 6-8pm.
Fredericks & Freiser | 536 W 24th St | 212-633-6555
website
Louise Bourgeois : Spiral
Nov 08, 2018 -- Dec 22, 2018
The show will explore the range of Louise Bourgeois' spiral motifs as expressed in sculpture, painting, and drawing. Opening Reception: Thu, Nov 8, 6-8pm.
Cheim & Read | 547 W 25th St | 212-242-7727
website
Faith Ringgold : The 70's
Oct 20, 2018 -- Dec 22, 2018
Faith Ringgold : soft sculpture, tankas, political posters and abstractions.
ACA Galleries | 529 W 20th St, 5th Fl | 212-206-8080
website
Geoffrey Farmer : Mudpuddlers, Corn Borers, Polymorphic Pollinators
Nov 01, 2018 -- Dec 22, 2018
Works on paper, highlighting an intimate and rigorous drawing practice which has long informed Geoffrey Farmer's diverse oeuvre. Opening Reception: Thu, Nov 1, 6-8pm.
Casey Kaplan | 121 W 27th St | 212-645-7335
website
Thornton Willis : Improvisational Structures
Oct 27, 2018 -- Dec 22, 2018
Thornton Willis : Improvisational Structures. Opening Reception: Sat, Oct 27, 3-6pm.
Elizabeth Harris Gallery | 529 W 20th St, #6E | 212-463-9666
website
Gimhongsok : Dwarf, Dust, Doubt
Oct 25, 2018 -- Dec 30, 2018
Gimhongsok : Dwarf, Dust, Doubt
Tina Kim Gallery | 525 W 21st St | 212-716-1100
website
CONCRETE JUNGLE: Featuring John “CRASH” Matos
Nov 08, 2018 -- Dec 31, 2018
JoAnne Artman Gallery, Presents:?CONCRETE JUNGLE: Featuring John “CRASH” Matos Fall/Winter 2018 Artist Reception: Thursday, November 8th, 2018 from 6pm-8pm Please RSVP: 949.510.5481 by November 1st, 2018 ?JoAnne Artman Gallery?511A West 22nd St. | New York, NY 10011?Contact:  JoAnne Artman?Telephone:  949-510-5481 | E-mail: joanneartman@aol.com ?Website: www.joanneartmangallery.com CRASH Iconic, sleek and smooth, the visual style of John “CRASH” Matos resounds with a singular, signature vibrancy. Throughout his almost four decade career, CRASH’s work has engaged with environments on a huge scale - ranging from his early murals on the sides of NYC subway trains in the 70’s, to more recent projects such as a large mural commission at Miami’s Hard Rock Football Stadium. JoAnne Artman Gallery is pleased to present the artist’s new body of work that continues this conversation around scope, scale, and environment, through a continued exploration of the spray paint medium. CRASH’s radiant, fluorescent palette cements his work firmly in the present as the artist works within a dialogue culled from classic pop culture, comic book and print references. A frequent collaborator, CRASH’s process is rooted within his identity as a Bronx-born graffiti artist, having come of age in the hip-hop fueled Bronx of the late 1970s. His distinct style made him an iconic part of the NYC visual landscape, while also pioneering a new age for graffiti in 1980 when he curated the pivotal “Graffiti Art Success for America” exhibition at Fashion MODA. In his new work he widens the scope in a gestural exploration of form and shape, with a continuously unfolding narrative that plays out over each surface, barely contained to the planes of the canvas. Whether on city streets or gallery walls, concrete or canvas, CRASH’s works are instantly recognizable. Continuously engaged in various projects and commissions his work is also part of numerous museum shows, with works in many permanent museum collections such as the Museum of Modern Art (New York), Brooklyn Museum (New York), Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art (Scottsdale), and Stedeljik Museum (Amsterdam). CRASH’s work will inspire, provoke, engage and mesmerize. With visual perceptions always changing, peek behind the stories told and youre sure to find the right artistic expression!
JoAnne Artman Gallery | 511 A West 22nd Street | 949-510-5481
website
Henry Schiowitz: Time Fragment/Homage to the Masters
Sep 28, 2018 -- Dec 31, 2018
Henry Schiowitz: Time Fragment/Homage to the Masters
Jim Kempner Fine Art | 501 W 23rd St | 212-206-6872
website
Signature Exhibition
Sep 13, 2018 -- Dec 31, 2018
The Signature Exhibition a unique and extended exhibition that will showcase works from all of our current artists. Opening Reception: Thu, Sep 13, 6-8pm.
Emmanuel Fremin Gallery | 547 W 27th St, #510 | 212-279-8555
website
Machines of Loving Grace
Oct 08, 2018 -- Jan 02, 2019
Machines of Loving Grace is an exhibition in video format featuring three artists who address contemporary and historical technologies, and humans’ eerie and shifting relationships with them. Artists: Nat Castaneda, Aura Satz, Erica Scourti.
High Line Art | 820 Washington St | 212-500-6035
website
Max Kellenberger, Alex Yudzon : Entropy
Nov 01, 2018 -- Jan 05, 2019
Max Kellenberger and Alex Yudzon conspire in more than a playful obedience to depicting potential disaster. Opening reception: Thu, Nov 1, 6-8p.m.
Rick Wester Fine Art | 526 West 26th St, Suite 417 | 212-255-5560
website
Delphine Hogarth Lafaye
Nov 01, 2018 -- Jan 05, 2019
Delphine Hogarth Lafaye's oeuvre of still lifes, portraits, and landscapes fluctuates provocatively between abstraction and figuration. Opening Reception: Thu, Nov 1, 6-8pm.
Nancy Margolis Gallery | 523 W 25th St | 212-242-3013
website
Seth Price : Hell Has Everything
Nov 08, 2018 -- Jan 05, 2019
Seth Price's new paintings employ printing, collage, paint, and photographic techniques. Some are based on photographs the artist took in New York's streets and subways while others feature ambiguous objects constructed with 3D modeling software. Opening Reception: Thu, Nov 8, 6-8pm.
Petzel Gallery - West 18th Street | 456 W 18th St | 212-680-9467
website
Richard Pettibone : Endless Variation
Oct 27, 2018 -- Jan 19, 2019
Richard Pettibone's small-scale replicas of iconic masterpieces by artists ranging from Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres to Marcel Duchamp, to modern masters such as Roy Lichtenstein, Frank Stella, and Andy Warhol, speak to themes of reproduction, originality, and authorship--ideas as relevant in today's art world as when Pettibone began exploring these ideas through painting and sculpture in the early 1960s.
FLAG Art Foundation | 545 W 25th St, 9th Fl | 212-206-0220
website
Kamrooz Aram : An Object, A Gesture, A Decor
Oct 27, 2018 -- Jan 19, 2019
Kamrooz Aram : The exhibition includes new paintings, sculptural works, and collages, highlighting the complex position of ornament and the decorative throughout the history of modern art.
FLAG Art Foundation | 545 W 25th St, 9th Fl | 212-206-0220
website
Nancy Holt
Sep 15, 2018 -- Feb 16, 2019
Nancy Holt's five-decade-long practice included work in art, architecture, and time-based media that involved singular mediations on interior and exterior environments.
Dia:Chelsea - Dia Art Foundation | 535 W 22nd St | 212-989-5566
website
Blinky Palermo: To the People of New York City
Sep 15, 2018 -- Feb 16, 2019
Blinky Palermo: To the People of New York City is a multipartite group of paintings whose palette is derived from the colors of the German flag and titled, posthumously, from a dedication that Palermo inscribed on the backs of the metal panels.
Dia:Chelsea - Dia Art Foundation | 535 W 22nd St | 212-989-5566
website
Phyllida Barlow: prop
May 01, 2018 -- Mar 01, 2019
Phyllida Barlow's immense sculptures--made from traditional building materials, such as lumber and plaster, as well as textiles, Styrofoam, and cardboard--reference her constant observations of everyday life. The work consists of two large concrete panels, with holes cut from their centers; set on stilts, the work appears like a character teetering among the planks at its base and emerging from the planting beds below.
High Line Art | 820 Washington St | 212-500-6035
website
Agora
Apr 19, 2018 -- Mar 31, 2019
Agora is a group exhibition that looks at the role of art in defining, creating, and using public space. Artists: Maria Thereza Alves, Andrea Bowers, Mariechen Danz, Pope.L, Duane Linklater, Naufus Ramirez-Figueroa, Marinella Senatore, Timur Si-Qin, Sable Elyse Smith.
High Line Art | 820 Washington St | 212-500-6035
website
Dorothy Iannone: I Lift My Lamp Beside the Golden Door
Mar 01, 2018 -- Mar 31, 2019
For the High Line, Iannone creates a new, large-scale mural installation at 22nd St. Dorothy Iannone's mural features three colorful Statues of Liberty. Between them runs the words, ''I Lift My Lamp Beside the Golden Door,'' which is the final line from Emma Lazarus's poem ''The New Colossus,'' the ode to the freedom promised by immigration to America engraved on a bronze plaque mounted inside the statue at Liberty Island.
High Line Art | 820 Washington St | 212-500-6035
website

Upcoming

Max Newumann
Nov 15, 2018 -- Jan 05, 2019
This special presentation will include a suite of new large-format and modestly-scaled oil paintings, fusing the artist's characteristically layered technique with inflections of both subtle and vibrant color.
Bruce Silverstein | 529 W 20th St, Third Fl | 212-627-3930
website
Betty Tompkins : Will She Ever Shut Up?
Nov 15, 2018 -- Dec 22, 2018
Betty Tompkins is best known for her direct depiction of the female body, sexuality, and desire through paintings, drawings, photographs, and video works. Opening Reception: Thu, Nov 15, 6-8pm.
PPOW Gallery | 535 W 22nd St, New York, NY | 212-647-1044
website
Simon Roberts : Homeland
Nov 15, 2018 -- Jan 12, 2019
Works from Simon Roberts' extended photographic surveys of Russia and Britain produced over a period of 15 years. Opening Reception: Thu Nov 15, 6-8pm.
Flowers Gallery | 529 W 20th St, 3rd Fl | 212-439-1700
website
Susumu Notomi: Tales of Blue Pottery
Nov 15, 2018 -- Nov 28, 2018
Susumu Notomi ‘Tales of Blue Pottery’ Exhibition dates: November 15 – 28, 2018 Opening Reception: Thursday, November 15, 6-8PM Onishi Gallery, 521 W 26th Street, New York, NY 10001 Onishi Gallery is pleased to host, Susumu Notomi: Tales of Blue Pottery, an exhibition that showcases hagi-yaki, a traditional type of Japanese pottery. Notomi is from Yamaguchi Prefecture where this type of pottery originates and has been crafted for over 400 years. The trademark ao-hagi (blue hagi-yaki) of Notomi is characterized by its distinctively delicate and deep blue color, reminiscent of the sky, ocean, and outer space. In 1975, Notomi began studying pottery under his father, where he learned the intricacies of the ancient art of hagi-yaki. A characteristic of hagi-yaki are the delicate cracks seen throughout, that appear almost like that of lace within the pottery, which is caused by shrinking after firing due to the application of the glaze. This effect becomes more defined after years of age and use, and is referred to the ‘Seven Changes of Hagi’, which is sought after by artists of this craft. Notomi has always been fascinated by the beautiful blues that emerge from both the high temperate firing as well as the oxidation of the clays and invented ao-hagi through experimentation with these soils and glazes, mixing them together to achieve the ideal gradation of colors. The iron levels of the soil determines the gradient of the color and by altering the balance between the two, the artist brings about rich gradations from deep blue to indigo to pale blue, like that of the white waves of the sea. If there is an iron deficiency in the soil, it will then yield a lighter blue with the same glaze. Notomis style can be characterized not just by the soft white color of his pieces, but also by the flowing nature of the blue glaze. He is also known for his ability to apply a contemporary sensibility to this traditional type of ancient pottery. Around the same time as this exhibition, new works of Susumu Notomi will be on display at the Nippon Club (145 W 57th Street, 7th Floor) in ‘Blue in Nature: Ao-Hagi Pottery’ from November 8 – 14, 2018. Notomi has had numerous solo exhibitions throughout Japan such as in Maruzen in Ginza, Mitsukoshi Tokyo Headquarters, Isetan in Osaka, and others. In 2017, Notomi collaborated with the Japanese fashion designer Hiroko Koshino, presenting duo exhibitions entitled “HAJIMARI no AO” in 2016 and “THE BLUE – A second encounter” in 2017 both with KH Gallery. For more information on the exhibition, please contact Dannie Pierce at 212-695-8035, or by email at dpierce@onishigallery.com. Or, please visit the gallery website at www.onishigallery.com. Or, visit our website at www.onishigallery.com.
Onishi Gallery | 521 W 26th St | 212-695-8035
website
Norman Lewis: Looking East
Nov 16, 2018 -- Jan 26, 2019
Opening Reception: Thursday, November 15, 2018 This exhibition will be accompanied by a fully-illustrated catalogue with new scholarship by Andrianna Campbell and Tetsuya Oshima, Ph.D., Associate Professor at Graduate School of Integrated Arts and Sciences, Hiroshima University. Michael Rosenfeld Gallery is the exclusive representative of the Estate of Norman Lewis. Image: Norman Lewis (1909–1979), After Dawn, 1966, oil on canvas, 49 1/2 x 60 , signed.
Michael Rosenfeld Gallery | 100 Eleventh Ave | 212-247-0082
website
The Masters Series : Roz Chast
Nov 17, 2018 -- Dec 15, 2018
The Masters Series: Roz Chast will be a comprehensive retrospective of her celebrated career and include never-before-seen cartooning and illustration work, selections from her more than 20 books, a new hand-drawn mural, notebooks Chast kept in high school, embroideries, hooked rugs and hand-dyed pysanky, or Ukrainian-style Easter eggs. Reception: Thu, Nov 29 6-8pm.
School of Visual Arts - SVA Chelsea Gallery | 601 W 26th St, 15th Fl | 212-592-2145
website
Wang Gongyi: Winsor Blue
Nov 17, 2018 -- Jan 19, 2019
Chambers Fine Art is pleased to announce the opening on November 17, 2018 of Wang Gongyi: Winsor Blue. This will be the artist’s first solo exhibition in New York. Wang Gongyi was born in Tianjin, China in 1946. She received her master’s degree from the Department of Printmaking at the Zhejiang Academy of Fine Art in 1980, and stayed on to teach after graduation. In 1986, she made her first trip abroad when she was invited by the French Ministry of Culture to study art and art education, and 1992 she went to Aix-en-Provence and Lyon to learn the technique of lithography. After periods as artist-in-residence at the Museum of Oregon State University and the Pacific Northwest College of Art, she moved permanently to the US in 2001 and is now based in Portland. In the early 1980s, Wang Gongyi gained wide recognition in China after being awarded first prize in the second ‘National Youth Fine Art Exhibition’ for her powerful suite of seven woodcuts devoted to the Chinese feminist and revolutionary martyr Qiu Jin. She has described how in her careful planning and research for this project, she even spent several days living in Qiu Jin’s house. The invitation a few years later by the French Ministry of Culture made her one of the first female artists to study abroad in the 1980s. While the period she spent in France greatly broadened her horizons, it also made her realize how little she knew of Chinese culture. When French professors and artists questioned her about it, she was unable to respond. “On the way home via Hong Kong,” she recounted, “I bought several Chinese classics, Laozhi and Zuangzhi as well as the Book of Changes. Paradoxically, a trip in quest of new things turned out to be an urgent homecoming to my own culture and tradition.” This belated exposure to the wealth of Chinese culture that had been forced to lead an underground existence during the political upheavals of post-Revolutionary China resulted in a remarkable expansion of her means of expression during the next decade. The daily practice of meditation that became an important aspect of her life during the years between 1989 and 2003 was accompanied by a broadening of her means of expression that now included not only calligraphy and ink painting but also installations such as Listen, Look, Taste, Smell, But Do Not Ask (1993) and Rhythm (1994), that she has described as “a way to compare the aesthetical rhythm in the act of making an art work with the movement of mountains, waves, and other natural phenomena. They were similar in the cyclical and rhythmical movements, the endless repetition and variation.” With the abrupt cessation of her daily meditation practice in 2003, inspired by an enlightened master who, she has recounted, “swept away my last cobwebs,” Wang Gongyi broke free from many physical and mental restraints. With the ambition, anger and grief of her youthful years gradually melting away, she gained a new sense of freedom and worked in a wide variety of media and styles. The current exhibition is devoted to two aspects of her work, a survey of her practice as a print-maker between 1992 and 2002, the medium through which she first gained recognition, and a series of watercolors executed in multiple gradations of a distinctive shade of blue. In 2005, her first use of Winsor Blue watercolor was a revelation. Speaking of her love for the color in 2009, she noted that “I love the color blue. It delights me. The unique watercolor “Winsor Blue” manufactured by Winsor & Newton Co., is brilliantly alive on the Chinese Xuan paper – clean, transparent, and lovely. The subtle and delicate lines born out of the margins of two overlapping strokes are overwhelmingly beautiful. The color moves like melodious musical notations. It pulsates: diastolic and systolic, inhaling and exhaling. It reveals the evocative traces of mountains, the skies, the water, the air. It is unconditional love.” A recent work, Melisma (2018), painted on Chan-Yi (cicada wings) Xuan paper is light and delicate, with fine shining dots resembling flapping cicada’s wings in sunlight. Since the artist uses Xuan paper, it is crucial to control the use of water, and the colors have to be applied slowly and evenly. After drying, gelatin in the watercolor pigments “piles up” a thin line at the edge. Although this is taboo in the traditional style of Chinese painting known as Gongbi, Wang Gongyi utilizes the effect to create depth and movement in her Winsor Blue series. After one layer is dry, a second coat is added to produce another thin line. Layer upon layer, the color changes from deep blue at the bottom to light blue at the top, forming a rhythm of repetitions and gradations. The open and extended parallel lines of Melisma resemble distant mountains, waves, clouds, marks in sand, and soothing airflows. The white patterns on the surface that resemble birds, fish, sails, and musical notes were inspired by a lithograph of ancient musical scores that Wang Gongyi encountered in France. For more information, please contact the gallery at 212-414-1169 or cfa@chambersfineart.com.
Chambers Fine Art | 522 West 19th Street | 212-414-1169
website
Wang Gongyi: Winsor Blue
Nov 17, 2018 -- Jan 19, 2019
Chambers Fine Art is pleased to announce the opening on November 17, 2018 of Wang Gongyi: Winsor Blue. This will be the artist’s first solo exhibition in New York. Wang Gongyi was born in Tianjin, China in 1946. She received her master’s degree from the Department of Printmaking at the Zhejiang Academy of Fine Art in 1980, and stayed on to teach after graduation. In 1986, she made her first trip abroad when she was invited by the French Ministry of Culture to study art and art education, and 1992 she went to Aix-en-Provence and Lyon to learn the technique of lithography. After periods as artist-in-residence at the Museum of Oregon State University and the Pacific Northwest College of Art, she moved permanently to the US in 2001 and is now based in Portland. In the early 1980s, Wang Gongyi gained wide recognition in China after being awarded first prize in the second ‘National Youth Fine Art Exhibition’ for her powerful suite of seven woodcuts devoted to the Chinese feminist and revolutionary martyr Qiu Jin. She has described how in her careful planning and research for this project, she even spent several days living in Qiu Jin’s house. The invitation a few years later by the French Ministry of Culture made her one of the first female artists to study abroad in the 1980s. While the period she spent in France greatly broadened her horizons, it also made her realize how little she knew of Chinese culture. When French professors and artists questioned her about it, she was unable to respond. “On the way home via Hong Kong,” she recounted, “I bought several Chinese classics, Laozhi and Zuangzhi as well as the Book of Changes. Paradoxically, a trip in quest of new things turned out to be an urgent homecoming to my own culture and tradition.” This belated exposure to the wealth of Chinese culture that had been forced to lead an underground existence during the political upheavals of post-Revolutionary China resulted in a remarkable expansion of her means of expression during the next decade. The daily practice of meditation that became an important aspect of her life during the years between 1989 and 2003 was accompanied by a broadening of her means of expression that now included not only calligraphy and ink painting but also installations such as Listen, Look, Taste, Smell, But Do Not Ask (1993) and Rhythm (1994), that she has described as “a way to compare the aesthetical rhythm in the act of making an art work with the movement of mountains, waves, and other natural phenomena. They were similar in the cyclical and rhythmical movements, the endless repetition and variation.” With the abrupt cessation of her daily meditation practice in 2003, inspired by an enlightened master who, she has recounted, “swept away my last cobwebs,” Wang Gongyi broke free from many physical and mental restraints. With the ambition, anger and grief of her youthful years gradually melting away, she gained a new sense of freedom and worked in a wide variety of media and styles. The current exhibition is devoted to two aspects of her work, a survey of her practice as a print-maker between 1992 and 2002, the medium through which she first gained recognition, and a series of watercolors executed in multiple gradations of a distinctive shade of blue. In 2005, her first use of Winsor Blue watercolor was a revelation. Speaking of her love for the color in 2009, she noted that “I love the color blue. It delights me. The unique watercolor “Winsor Blue” manufactured by Winsor & Newton Co., is brilliantly alive on the Chinese Xuan paper – clean, transparent, and lovely. The subtle and delicate lines born out of the margins of two overlapping strokes are overwhelmingly beautiful. The color moves like melodious musical notations. It pulsates: diastolic and systolic, inhaling and exhaling. It reveals the evocative traces of mountains, the skies, the water, the air. It is unconditional love.” A recent work, Melisma (2018), painted on Chan-Yi (cicada wings) Xuan paper is light and delicate, with fine shining dots resembling flapping cicada’s wings in sunlight. Since the artist uses Xuan paper, it is crucial to control the use of water, and the colors have to be applied slowly and evenly. After drying, gelatin in the watercolor pigments “piles up” a thin line at the edge. Although this is taboo in the traditional style of Chinese painting known as Gongbi, Wang Gongyi utilizes the effect to create depth and movement in her Winsor Blue series. After one layer is dry, a second coat is added to produce another thin line. Layer upon layer, the color changes from deep blue at the bottom to light blue at the top, forming a rhythm of repetitions and gradations. The open and extended parallel lines of Melisma resemble distant mountains, waves, clouds, marks in sand, and soothing airflows. The white patterns on the surface that resemble birds, fish, sails, and musical notes were inspired by a lithograph of ancient musical scores that Wang Gongyi encountered in France. For more information, please contact the gallery at 212-414-1169 or cfa@chambersfineart.com.
Chambers Fine Art | 522 West 19th Street | 212-414-1169
website
Wang Gongyi: Winsor Blue
Nov 17, 2018 -- Jan 19, 2019
Chambers Fine Art is pleased to announce the opening on November 17, 2018 of Wang Gongyi: Winsor Blue. This will be the artist’s first solo exhibition in New York. Wang Gongyi was born in Tianjin, China in 1946. She received her master’s degree from the Department of Printmaking at the Zhejiang Academy of Fine Art in 1980, and stayed on to teach after graduation. In 1986, she made her first trip abroad when she was invited by the French Ministry of Culture to study art and art education, and 1992 she went to Aix-en-Provence and Lyon to learn the technique of lithography. After periods as artist-in-residence at the Museum of Oregon State University and the Pacific Northwest College of Art, she moved permanently to the US in 2001 and is now based in Portland. In the early 1980s, Wang Gongyi gained wide recognition in China after being awarded first prize in the second ‘National Youth Fine Art Exhibition’ for her powerful suite of seven woodcuts devoted to the Chinese feminist and revolutionary martyr Qiu Jin. She has described how in her careful planning and research for this project, she even spent several days living in Qiu Jin’s house. The invitation a few years later by the French Ministry of Culture made her one of the first female artists to study abroad in the 1980s. While the period she spent in France greatly broadened her horizons, it also made her realize how little she knew of Chinese culture. When French professors and artists questioned her about it, she was unable to respond. “On the way home via Hong Kong,” she recounted, “I bought several Chinese classics, Laozhi and Zuangzhi as well as the Book of Changes. Paradoxically, a trip in quest of new things turned out to be an urgent homecoming to my own culture and tradition.” This belated exposure to the wealth of Chinese culture that had been forced to lead an underground existence during the political upheavals of post-Revolutionary China resulted in a remarkable expansion of her means of expression during the next decade. The daily practice of meditation that became an important aspect of her life during the years between 1989 and 2003 was accompanied by a broadening of her means of expression that now included not only calligraphy and ink painting but also installations such as Listen, Look, Taste, Smell, But Do Not Ask (1993) and Rhythm (1994), that she has described as “a way to compare the aesthetical rhythm in the act of making an art work with the movement of mountains, waves, and other natural phenomena. They were similar in the cyclical and rhythmical movements, the endless repetition and variation.” With the abrupt cessation of her daily meditation practice in 2003, inspired by an enlightened master who, she has recounted, “swept away my last cobwebs,” Wang Gongyi broke free from many physical and mental restraints. With the ambition, anger and grief of her youthful years gradually melting away, she gained a new sense of freedom and worked in a wide variety of media and styles. The current exhibition is devoted to two aspects of her work, a survey of her practice as a print-maker between 1992 and 2002, the medium through which she first gained recognition, and a series of watercolors executed in multiple gradations of a distinctive shade of blue. In 2005, her first use of Winsor Blue watercolor was a revelation. Speaking of her love for the color in 2009, she noted that “I love the color blue. It delights me. The unique watercolor “Winsor Blue” manufactured by Winsor & Newton Co., is brilliantly alive on the Chinese Xuan paper – clean, transparent, and lovely. The subtle and delicate lines born out of the margins of two overlapping strokes are overwhelmingly beautiful. The color moves like melodious musical notations. It pulsates: diastolic and systolic, inhaling and exhaling. It reveals the evocative traces of mountains, the skies, the water, the air. It is unconditional love.” A recent work, Melisma (2018), painted on Chan-Yi (cicada wings) Xuan paper is light and delicate, with fine shining dots resembling flapping cicada’s wings in sunlight. Since the artist uses Xuan paper, it is crucial to control the use of water, and the colors have to be applied slowly and evenly. After drying, gelatin in the watercolor pigments “piles up” a thin line at the edge. Although this is taboo in the traditional style of Chinese painting known as Gongbi, Wang Gongyi utilizes the effect to create depth and movement in her Winsor Blue series. After one layer is dry, a second coat is added to produce another thin line. Layer upon layer, the color changes from deep blue at the bottom to light blue at the top, forming a rhythm of repetitions and gradations. The open and extended parallel lines of Melisma resemble distant mountains, waves, clouds, marks in sand, and soothing airflows. The white patterns on the surface that resemble birds, fish, sails, and musical notes were inspired by a lithograph of ancient musical scores that Wang Gongyi encountered in France. For more information, please contact the gallery at 212-414-1169 or cfa@chambersfineart.com.
Chambers Fine Art | 522 West 19th Street | 212-414-1169
website
Annual Affiliates Exhibition
Nov 27, 2018 -- Dec 15, 2018
The third in a series of yearly exhibitions featuring sculpture by Gilles Giuntini, ceramic sculpture by John Rohlfing and mixed media by Carolyn Sheehan
First Street Gallery | 526 W 26th St, Suite 209 | 646-336-8053
website
Irving Barrett “Montage-Collage-Hodgepodge”
Nov 27, 2018 -- Dec 15, 2018

Noho M55 Gallery | 530 W 25th St, 4th Fl | 212-367-7063
website
Back in Town by Jules Maidoff
Nov 29, 2018 -- Jan 31, 2019
Jules Maidoff is many things: A Bronx Native, an Ex-Pat, a Painter Draftsman and Printmaker, and most importantly the founder of SACI, a College of Art and Design based in Florence, Italy. Maidoffs work returns home, to the Chelsea neighborhood where he used to live as a student, to exhibit at a gallery dedicated to representing alumni and faculty of the school he founded in 1975. His work is an elaborate interplay of color and form, drawing on post-modern ideology but with apparent influences based in movements such as the abstract expressionism as well as formalism. Stop by our Exhibition Opening! When: Thursday, November 29 Time: 6:00 to 8:00pm
SACI New York Gallery | 454 W 19th St | 212-248-7225
website
Linda Mieko Allen : Supernatura
Nov 29, 2018 -- Jan 05, 2019
Linda Mieko Allen : Supernatura. Acrylic transfer and pigment on panel.
Nancy Hoffman Gallery | 520 W 27th St | 212-966-6676
website
EAST/WEST at Art Basel Miami Beach 2018
Dec 06, 2018 -- Dec 09, 2018
Image: Norman Lewis (1909-1979), Street Musicians, 1948, oil on canvas, 49 3/4 x 40, signed
Michael Rosenfeld Gallery | 100 Eleventh Ave | 212-247-0082
website
Sally Gall : Heavenly Creatures
Dec 06, 2018 -- Feb 09, 2019
Heavenly Creatures continues Sally Gall's lifetime investigation of the sensual properties of the natural world; light, air, wind, and sky. Abstracted by composition, context, and color, these anthropomorphic photographs suggest sea creatures, constellations and other planetary forces, blooming flowers, microscopic amoebas.
Julie Saul Gallery | 535 W 22nd St | 212-627-2410
website
Joan Snyder : Six Chants & One Altar
Dec 13, 2018 -- Jan 26, 2019
Joan Snyder : Six Chants & One Altar
Anders Wahlstedt Fine Art | 548 W 28th St, Suite 636 | 917-868-9010
website
“THE ART OF FASHION” Featuring JANE MAXWELL in the Main Gallery and PEDRO BONNIN in the Projects Space
Feb 14, 2019 -- Mar 31, 2019
JoAnne Artman Gallery, Presents: “THE ART OF FASHION” Featuring JANE MAXWELL in the Main Gallery and PEDRO BONNIN in the Projects Space Winter/Spring 2019 Artists Reception: Thursday, February 14th, 2019 from 6pm-8pm Please RSVP: 949.510.5481 by February 3rd, 2019 JoAnne Artman Gallery 511A West 22nd St. | New York, NY 10011 Contact:  JoAnne Artman Telephone:  949-510-5481 | E-mail: joanneartman@aol.com Website: www.joanneartmangallery.com THE ART OF FASHION In conjunction with New York Fashion Week, JoAnne Artman Gallery is proud to announce the opening of The Art of Fashion, featuring recent works by Jane Maxwell at the gallery’s New York location. Assorted works by artist Pedro Bonnin will also be on display in the gallery’s Projects Space. NYFW is a semi-annual, week-long, celebration of fashion and style where international fashion collections are shown to buyers, press, and the general public. Mixed Media artist Jane Maxwell and Photorealist painter Pedro Bonnin create work that emphasizes the movement of the human figure through space, including defining elements of fashion, style and design. Though Maxwell and Bonnin work in vastly different stylistic approaches and mediums, both artists find inspiration in the human form touching on universal themes of identity and perception through the lens of fashion. For Jane Maxwell, it is the suggestion of the figure and the space that it occupies which is the primary focus in many of her compositions. The ideas of personal agency, the feminine ideal, and body image are explored through Maxwell’s study of the body in motion. The silhouette is the primary mode of portrayal as the figures stride through undefined space, emphasizing line and movement. Maxwell utilizes found paper ephemera such as posters, prints, and other printed materials in her compositions, collaging on wood panels in an organic accumulation of color and texture. Remnants of particular phrases, letters, and dates are left intentionally whole, allowing for interpretation through juxtapositio n of image and text. In several instances, Maxwell utilizes the found printed matter in ways which imitate the hard-edged graphic look of branded apparel featuring logos or other signifying insignia, navigating the politics of identity, fast fashion, and advertising. Pedro Bonnin’s twisting figures appear suspended in animation as they are captured in the stillness of a vacuum, their features arrested in mid-action. The captured moment allows for uninterrupted, uninhibited study as the figures float, jump, and turn through the air in physical mimicry of the dynamic complexities of human relationships. Bonnin favors portraying real people, and his work explores a full range of both motion and emotion, playing on the reserved ideals of classical portraiture. Through a meticulous portrayal of clothing and accessories, Bonnin dissects the narratives of perception showing articles of status and fashion statements as markers of identity. Such details give a vivid sense of individuality and physical presence while the drama of each scene is emphasized by Bonnin’s use of a monotone background and a tight cropping of the picture plane. JANE MAXWELL (b. 1964) is a mixed media artist based in Boston, Massachusetts. Maxwell graduated with a BA in Literature from Middlebury College, studied mixed media at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston as well as at the deCordova Museum School in Lincoln, Massachusetts. PEDRO BONNIN (b. 1967, Cuernavaca, Mexico) lives and works in Cuernavaca, Mexico. Focusing on the figure, Bonnin takes inspiration from his study of Italian Masters in his handling of shadow and light, modeling of paint, and emphasis on individual character and personality.
JoAnne Artman Gallery | 511 A West 22nd Street | 949-510-5481
website
“BEGIN AGAIN” FEATURING BROOKE SHADEN
Jun 13, 2019 -- Aug 31, 2019
JoAnne Artman Gallery, Presents: “BEGIN AGAIN” FEATURING BROOKE SHADEN June 13-August 31, 2019 JoAnne Artman Gallery 511A West 22nd St. | New York, NY 10011 Contact:  JoAnne Artman Telephone:  949-510-5481 | E-mail: joanneartman@aol.com Website: www.joanneartmangallery.com BEGIN AGAIN Imaginative, versatile, and a master of concept, Brooke Shaden is a fine art photographer specializing in staged photography that combines allegorical symbolism with personal narrative. Utilizing props as well as commonplace objects, Shaden transforms the world around her into compelling, intricate dreamscapes that combine the strange with the familiar. JoAnne Artman Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of recent work by the artist at the gallery’s NYC location, focusing on a new body of work that explores notions of permanence, survival, as well as the classic theme of man versus nature. In her new series, Shaden portrays a dystopian future, emphasizing the improbable odds of humankind in the face of the vastness of nature. Yet despite some of the darker elements, the tone of Shaden’s new body of work maintains a sense of optimism and a playful lightness. Aptly titled, Begin Again depicts a rebirth of self. Alluding to a reimagined future, reevaluated preconceptions, and a reinvention of the artistic process, Shaden thoroughly explores the idea of renewal. Culminating in an expressive awakening, her photographs embody an alternate reality of surrealism and fantasy where the disturbing is made beautiful. Shaden’s definition of her medium is both candid and pragmatic. According to her, “fine art is simply defined as personal work, something you do for yourself.” This directness is evident in her approach, and enables her to fully immerse herself in her practice, creating stunningly surreal, compelling images rooted in personal investigation. Shaden’s surrealism is based in reality and filtered through personal experience. Tonally and thematically, the work is evocative of the drama, palette, and representations of the sublime in nature of late 18th century Romanticism. The impactful, alluringly disconcerting compositions are created through fundamental changes to everyday objects resulting in uncanny, extraordinary images and stories. Shaden shapes the world to her vision utilizing only natural, practical lighting, and builds the final image via a layering process. In past explorations, Shaden’s work has posed probing questions of our collective anxieties, dreams, and nightmares. The imagery is often allegorical as well as visceral, seductive, and instantly relatable. One of the main themes is the eternal struggle of survival, of human nature versus mother nature, of the fragility human life and endurance of the human spirit. Allusions to this classic theme abound throughout the work, evoking ancient stories, myths, and records on the subject of the human condition. In a famous quote from As You Like It by Shakespeare the state of the human condition is presented: “All the world’s a stage And all the men and women merely players.” In the same spirit, Shaden’s dreamscapes can be seen as fashioning of a new reality, a means of taking control of life’s uncertainties and anxieties. Brooke Shaden’s work will inspire, provoke, engage and mesmerize. With visual perceptions always changing, peek behind the stories told and youre sure to find the right artistic expression.
JoAnne Artman Gallery | 511 A West 22nd Street | 949-510-5481
website