‘Rutas de Nuestros Caminos. Routes of Our Paths’ to Open at Ki Smith Gallery

 

 

 

Jorge Luis Rodríguez, Circulo Concurro Esquinas (Circle with Four Corners) 1978/2022 in the exhibition ‘Just Above Midtown’ at MoMA in 2022. Image courtesy of the artist and Ki Smith Gallery

Ki Smith Gallery will open its doors to Rutas de Nuestros Caminos. Routes of Our Paths, a group exhibition highlighting some of the most exciting Puerto Rican contemporary artists in NYC! The gallery will be exhibiting a wide range of talent that includes legends like Jorge Luis Rodríguez and Marcos Dimas as well as undiscovered talents like Elsie Deliz and new stars in the community such as James Reyes. CAfED and Grandma Collective take us on a journey that shows Puerto Rican artists’ prolific and continuing impact in New York City. The gallery will be showcasing a collection of works including pieces made in the 70’s that were originally shown at the famed Just Above Midtown Gallery and have been exhibited at MoMA, as well as pieces finished this year in a studio in the Bronx. Rutas de Nuestros Caminos (Routes of Our Paths) gives a view into both the past and the future while celebrating the present.

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‘Susan Chen: Plan B’ at Rachel Uffner Gallery

 

 

 

Susan Chen: The Paintings Are Not Going to Paint Themselves, 2023. Image courtesy of the artist and Rachel Uffner Gallery

Rachel Uffner Gallery is pleased to present Plan B, Susan Chen’s second solo exhibition at the gallery. Notably, the show forges an impressive new artistic direction for Chen, whose multimedia presentation includes a collection of ceramics alongside her signature large-scale, impasto-heavy portraits.

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Remarkable Women of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire, a Panel Discussion, at Museum at Eldridge Street set for March 3rd

 

 

 

Adrienne Ottenberg exhibition of 28 Remarkable Women and One Scoundrel at the Eldridge Street Museum. Photo credit: Roberta Fineberg.

The Museum at Eldridge Street is proud to feature its current exhibition On the Lower East Side: Twenty-Eight Remarkable Women…and One Scoundrel, showcasing the work of artist Adrienne Ottenberg. Portraits printed on silk or cotton include a tableau of street maps depicting the Lower East Side places where these women worked and lived.

Adrienne Ottenberg exhibition of 28 Remarkable Women and One Scoundrel at the Eldridge Street Museum. Photo credit: Roberta Fineberg.

In conjunction with Ottenberg’s show, and Women’s History Month, the Museum is hosting a panel discussion moderated by Remember the Triangle Fire Coalition Vice President Rose Imperato, with historians and Coalition members Andi Sosin and Kevin Baker. Adrienne Ottenberg will join these esteemed speakers, and together we will mark 113 years since the March 1911 Fire.

Remarkable Women of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire, a panel discussion, will take place on Sunday, March 3rd at 3pm. To Register Click Here

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DUO, A Group Exhibition Curated by Raul Barquet to Open at Harman Projects

 

 

 

Zebu, Untitled (Plant), 2021. Image courtesy of the Artist and Harman Projects

It’s a long-held belief that artists work in solitude, but the truth is art is rarely, if ever created in a vacuum. Focusing on artists who choose to create their work in tandem, DUO at Harman Projects features a global array of artist duos, emphasizing how collaboration shapes contemporary art practices. Encompassing a number of relationships, from partners to twins, and stylistic influences, from Spanish street art to German design, the artist pairs in DUO complicate the widespread idea of lone artistic genius.

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‘Red Envelope Show’ curated by Grumpy Bert to Open at Harman Projects on February 10th

 

 

 

Symbolizing good luck and prosperity, the exchange of red envelopes is a beloved Lunar New Year tradition present in even the oldest stories about this celebration. To ring in the year of the dragon, Harman Projects is excited to host the 9th annual Red Envelope Show curated by Grumpy Bert. In the spirit of sharing this New Year’s practice widely, the exhibition features works from over 100 artists from around the world who work in a variety of mediums spanning ink, marker, pencil, gouache, acrylic, and even rocks. From hair-rising dragons to “chonky” dragons to Dragon Ball, each artist uses the red paper envelope to share something inventive and certainly fortunate. 

Red Envelope Show opens February 10th at 54 Ludlow street with a reception 6-8 pm, many of the artists will be in attendance. A Lion Dance will take place outside the gallery at 6:30 pm. 

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Ki Smith Gallery Presents ‘Poetry & Pose: Screen Tests by Andy Warhol’

 

 

 

Andy Warhol, Lou Reed (ST2661), 1966, 16mm film, black-and-white, silent, 4.4 minutes at 16 frames per second, © The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA, a museum of Carnegie Institute. All rights reserved. Film still courtesy The Andy Warhol Museum.

Poetry and Pose: Screen Tests by Andy Warhol is an exhibition of forty-one Screen Tests shot between 1964 and 1966,,showcasing sixteen beautiful individuals including Binghamton Birdie, Lucinda Childs, Roderick Clayton, John Giorno, Beverly Grant, Kenneth King, Donyale Luna, and Edie Sedgwick. The exhibition will be at Ki Smith Gallery from February 24th to March 31st, 2024, and is curated by Greg Pierce, Director of Film & Video at The Andy Warhol Museum.

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Kathia St. Hilaire: Mounting Spirits, Resisting Empire at Perrotin New York

 

 

 

Kathia St. Hilaire, mamita yuan, 2023. Oil-based relief on canvas collage with skin-lightening cream, steel, aluminum, bank notes, price tags, banana stickers, silkscreen, and tires. 71 x 66 inch. Photographer: Guillaume Ziccarelli. Courtesy of the artist and Perrotin.

Perrotin is pleased to present Mounting Spirits, Resisting Empire, the gallery’s first exhibition by Haitian-American artist Kathia St. Hilaire. In her new body of textile works, the artist will explore the history of the Banana Wars in Central America and the Caribbean in the early 1900s. Employing an innovative reduction relief printmaking process, and incorporating nontraditional materials, she creates ornate tapestries that seek to preserve Haitian history and Vodun religion.

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Museum at Eldridge Street Presents ‘Adrienne Ottenberg, On the Lower East Side: 28 Remarkable Women…and One Scoundrel’

 

 

 

Adrienne Ottenberg exhibition of 28 Remarkable Women and One Scoundrel at the Eldridge Street Museum. Photo credit: © Roberta Fineberg

The Museum at Eldridge Street is proud to present a new exhibition, On the Lower East Side: 28 Remarkable Women…and One Scoundrel. The exhibition features 29 different women who lived or worked on the Lower East Side of New York at the turn of the twentieth century. Their mixed media portraits by artist Adrienne Ottenberg incorporate maps of the Lower East Side neighborhood and are printed on silk or cotton banners that will be hung throughout the Museum’s gallery and historic sanctuary. Stories about the women highlight the work, life, and impact they made culturally, on social justice movements, and more. The exhibition will be on view December 3, 2023 through May 5, 2024.

Panel Discussion during Women’s History Month to take place on March 3rd.

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‘Travis Louie: Unusual Circumstances’ at Harman Projects

 

 

 

Travis Louis, Thought Fish, Framed. Image courtesy of Harlman Projects

Harman Projects is pleased to present Unusual Circumstances, a solo exhibition by Brooklyn-based artist Travis Louie. This will be the artist’s first solo presentation with the gallery, opening October 7th with Reception from 6-8pm.

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‘Mellány Sánchez: Objects of Permanence’ to Open at Abrons Arts Center Underground Theater during New York Fashion Week

 

 

 

Center for Puerto Rican Studies Library & Archives, Hunter College, CUNY

Objects of Permanence, a special installation curated by Mellány Sánchez and presented during New York Fashion Week, seeks to spotlight the rich histories of the Puerto Rican and other migrant community labor forces in New York City’s garment industry.

This show spotlights the Lower East Side as a pioneering capital of the garment industry in the mid-20th century. Objects in the form of artifacts, both real and imagined, work to preserve and tell the story of LES residents of the past and present, whose labor was integral to the development of New York City as a fashion capital. Simultaneously, it will unite these voices of the past to the direct descendants and beneficiaries of their legacy—today’s fashion designers.

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A Collage of Customs, Iconic Jewish Woodcuts by Mark Podwal on View at The Museum at Eldridge Street

 

 

 

Image courtesy of the artist and Museum at Eldridge Street

The Museum at Eldridge Street is proud to present A Collage of Customs, Iconic Jewish Woodcuts Revised for the TwentyFirst Century, an exhibition featuring the work of acclaimed artist and writer Mark Podwal. The exhibition will open on Thursday, May 11 and run through November 19, 2023.

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‘Summer Group Show’ Opens at Harman Projects

 

 

 

Ken Flewellyn, Duck Rock. Image courtesy of the artist and Harman Projects.

Harman Projects is pleased to present our Summer Group Show, a group exhibition featuring 60+ artists from around the world working in a 16 x 20 in format. Exhibition opens Saturday, July 8th.

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Experience ‘Below Constructions’ an Exhibition at Ki Smith Gallery

 

 

 

 

Artist Capucine Bourcart. Image courtesy of the artist.

Affected by the rawness of the walk down an unfinished staircase featuring the original plaster walls, exposed and weathered concrete floors, Below Constructions is a presentation of works by five artists who allow surfaces to act as their medium– exploring the “here and now” of art making materials. When completion doesn’t involve a conventional finishing or framing of the art object, but rather an affirmation of the reality of the object itself, the studio’s tool box becomes evident, and a glimpse of the worktable made visible.

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Harman Projects Presents ‘KEFE: Fresh Eyes’ on June 3rd

 

 

 

Kelly Turnstall, check Your Head, 2023. 24 x 36 inches. Image courtesy Harman Projects.

Harman Projects is pleased to present Fresh Eyes, a two-person exhibition by artist duo KEFE, aka Kelly Tunstall and Ferris Plock. This will be the artists’ first solo exhibition with Harman Projects.

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Get Ready for the 22nd Annual Egg Rolls, Egg Creams & Empanadas Street Festival on June 18th

 

 

 

Courtesy Egg Rolls, Egg Creams, and Empanadas Street Festival, 2023.

We are saving the date for the 22nd Annual Egg Rolls, Egg Creams, and Empanadas Street Festival to be held on Sunday, June 18th from Noon to 4:00pm on Eldridge Street between Division and Canal Streets. The free event is a delicious celebration of all things Jewish, Chinese, and Puerto Rican.

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Celebrating Pride Month, The Loisaida Center Presents ‘June is for Drag’ on the Lower East Side!

 

 

 

Ernesto Linnemann. “Homo-Venus”, Composite photograph, 2020

This June, in solidarity with their LGBTQI+ community members, Acacia Network and its affiliate Loisaida Inc. will present a month-long arts series celebrating Pride Month.

Curated by queer artist Gabriel G Torres, the Loisaida is Proud series kicks off on Thursday, June 8th at 6 PM with an opening reception for the exhibition “We are all born naked, the rest is drag,” showcasing more than 15 years of never-before exhibited work by lens-based artist Ernesto Linnemann. The exhibition will run through Friday, June 23rd.

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Sean Fader ‘Sugar Daddy: Dear Danielle’ to Open at Denny Gallery in May

 

 

 

Sean Fader, Sugar Zaddy, 2023, Archival inkjet print, 40 x 30 in/102 x 76 cm

This exhibition, Sugar Daddy: Dear Danielle, opening May 19 and running through June 24 at Denny Gallery, New York, is a culmination of the artist’s years of research into the life and interwoven stories of the wealthy socialite Alma de Bretteville Spreckels, her husband the sugar magnate Adolph Spreckels and their relationship which formed around the Spreckels Mansion now owned by prolific romance novelist Danielle Steel. Opening May 19th.

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‘Two Grains of Wheat’ to Open at 601Artspace

 

 

 

Artist Jorge Luis Rodriguez, ‘Labyrinth II, welded steel, model (proposed structure). Image courtesy of the artist.

601Artspace is delighted to present Two Grains of Wheat,an exhibition that explores how contemporary artists engage with spirituality and religious symbolism in their work, especially in times of political upheaval.  The exhibition encompasses performative gestures, devotional objects, monuments, ruins, and text-based works that use religious references to promote ideals of justice. The artworks expand our understanding of faith, spirituality, and religion–related but distinct concepts that inform both collective and individual identity.

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Harman Projects presents Scott Listfield: AM Gold

 

 

 

Scott Listfield, Digital Underground for AM Gold at Harman Projects. Image courtesy of the artist and gallery.

Harman Projects is pleased to present AM Gold, a solo exhibition by Los Angeles-based artist Scott Listfield. This will be the artist’s first solo presentation with the gallery.

Known for his acrylic paintings featuring an anonymous and solitary astronaut navigating their way through familiar yet foreign landscapes, the artist invites the viewer to place themselves within his narratives. While the vast majority of Listfield’s work historically looks towards dystopian futures, the paintings in his newest exhibition look simultaneously backwards and inwards. 

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Harman Projects Presents “Louis ‘Masai’ Michel: The Message”

 

 

 

Louis Michel ‘Hammerheads Caught in Ghostnets’ Image courtesy of the artist and Harman Projects

Harman Projects is pleased to present The Message, a solo exhibition by United Kingdom-based artist Louis “Masai” Michel. This will be the artist’s first solo presentation with the gallery.

For the past three years, artist Louis “Masai” Michel has been living on the south-eastern coastline of Margate, England. His proximity to the coast has informed the environmentally conscious artist’s practice, resulting in a new body of work exploring our relationship with plastic items that often end up as trash in the sea.

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‘JR: Les Enfants d’Ouranos’ on View at Perrotin New York

 

 

 

JR, Les Enfants d’Oursons, Bois #2, 2022; Ink on wood, oak frame. 102.9 x 167.6 x 6.4 cm/40 1/2 x 66 x 2 1/2 inch. Image courtesy perrotin.com

Perrotin is pleased to introduce JR’s newest series, Les Enfants d’Ouranos. Building upon Déplacé-e-s which shares the stories of refugee children from around the world, this project explores the tensions between the visible and invisible. The title of the exhibition translates to The Children of Ouranos—referring to the primordial Greek god of the sky who fathered the Titans, the first gods—and associates JR’s subjects with holiness.

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‘Elena Damiani: One Earth, After Another’ at Revolver Galería

 

 

 

Installation view, Elena Damiani: One Earth, After Another

“One Earth, After Another,” an exhibition of work by Peruvian artist Elena Damiani, is on view at Revolver Galería from February 16, and extended to April 1, 2023. The exhibition, Damiani’s first in the gallery’s new space in New York, explores through sculpture and collage, principles linked to the geology of the earth and related scientific branches such as stratigraphy, mineralogy, paleontology, and sedimentology. In addition, Damiani is included in a Museum of Modern Art exhibition of contemporary Latin American artists, who have drawn on history as source material for new works, that opens on April 30, 2023.  “Zenith,” Damiani’s permanent, site-specific installation, can be seen in the David Rockefeller Atrium of the Americas Society headquarters on Park Avenue in New York.

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GR Gallery Presents David Olatoye | Victor Olaoye: Times Are Changing

 

 

 

David Olatyoe, ‘Global Citizen III’, acrylic, pastel and pen on canvas, 36 in. Courtesy GR Gallery

GR Gallery is pleased to present “Times Are Changing”, an extensive duo exhibition featuring the latest production of Nigerian artists David Olatoye Babatunde and Victor Olaoye, integrated in the same event for the first time. The show will reveal 18 acute artworks, executed with the artists signature techniques and expressly created for this occurrence, designed to guide the visitor into a rare cultural journey represented by noble characters, inspired by the artists’s personal involvements and akin by colorful and aesthetically sophisticated traditional ensemble. Opening on March 2nd.

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12 MFA Artists from SVA in ‘Echo Box: A Group Exhibition’ at LatchKey Gallery

 

 

 

Katinka Huang, Pickle it if you don’t know what to do with it, 2023; Charcoal, ink, acrylics and pastel on canvas, 48 x 48 in. Image courtesy of the artist.

LatchKey Gallery is proud to present ECHO BOX, a group exhibition of 12 emerging artists currently pursuing their MFA at the School of Visual Arts, New York. Over the course of this new year, artist, professor James O. Clark and founder, director of LKG, Amanda Uribe worked with the students to realize an exhibition while providing the business fundamentals for an artist navigating this art world. ECHO BOX will be on view at LatchKey Gallery, 173 Henry Street NYC from Friday, February 10 – February 26, 2023. An opening reception will take place on February 10 from 6-8pm.

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‘ChrisRWK: Promise Made. Promise Kept’ to Open at Harman Projects

 

 

 

ChrisRWK ‘True To The Blue’. Image courtesy of the artist and Harman Projects

Harman Projects is pleased to present Promise Made. Promise Kept, a solo exhibition by New York City-based artist ChrisRWK. This will be the artist’s first solo presentation with the gallery.

ChrisRWK creates layered mixed mediapaintings drawing inspiration from cartoons, comic books and his time as a graffiti writer. These paintings feature a selection of recurring cartoon-like characters that the artist has been developing over the last two decades. Centered in this cast of characters is the eponymous robot. The most iconic image in Chris’ work, the robot actually originated as a cube that began appearing in his work in the late 1990s and evolved into a television and then finally a robot around the turn of the century.

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Chris Austin: In a Silent Way to Open at Harman Projects

 

 

 

Chris Austin, Summer Nights and Carousel Lights, 2022, gouache on wood. Image courtesy of the gallery.

Harman Projects will open its doors to A Silent Way, a solo exhibition by Toronto-based artist Chris Austin. This will be the artist’s first solo presentation with the gallery.

Chris Austin paints surreal landscapes where marine life exists hovering above ground. These formerly sea dwelling animals, no longer relegated to the ocean, float freely through a new and unknown world filled with man-made infrastructure. Whether cautiously exploring on their own, or interacting peacefully with a mysterious raincoat clad child, the creatures appear to move silently and without resistance through their surroundings.

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‘Naritaka Satoh: Reveal’ to Open at GR gallery in November

 

 

 

Naritaka Satoh courtesy GR gallery

GR gallery will open its doors to “Reveal”,  Naritaka Satoh first solo exhibition in the U.S. and with the gallery. Spreading around the whole gallery space, the show will present fourteen artworks executed with the artist signature technique combining acrylic and pencil on wood panel. Appositely conceived for the event, this new body of works expands Satoh’s visual vocabulary with enhanced subjects, colors and expressions and deepen his discourse on the introspection and duality of the human psyche and the complexity of the hidden symbolism.  His highly unique style juxtaposes hyper realistic, perfectly balanced and controlled, black and white details, with howling and instinctive, abstract-expressionist like, thick acrylic brushstrokes.

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The Whimsical World of ‘Miss Van: Evanescent Splendor’ Opens at Harman Projects

 

 

 

Miss Van, Jardin Secret. Image courtesy Harman Project

Harman Projects opened its doors to Evanescent Splendor, a solo exhibition by Barcelona-based artist Miss Van. The exhibition will be Van’s debut solo exhibition with Harman Projects.

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‘Paula Wilson: Imago’ to Open at Denny Dimin Gallery in September, 2022

 

 

 

Paula Wilson, Up My Sleeve, 2021; Acrylic, woodblock print, relief print, monotype, screen print, collograph print, digital print, on muslin and canvas 35 x 58.5 in/89 x 149 cm

Denny Dimin Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of new work by multimedia artist Paula Wilson: Imago, opening September 9 – October 29, 2022. With the scope of her wide ranging practice incorporating themes of identity, image making and the natural world, Paula Wilson is an artist who has become sought after for institutional exhibitions and inclusion in important public and private collections. Alongside her exhibition at Denny Dimin Gallery, she is exhibiting within a group exhibition Plein Air at MOCA Tucson and has an upcoming solo exhibition Toward the Sky’s Back Door at The Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery at Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs in 2023. She has also recently had an acquisition placed at Colby College Museum of Art.

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‘Jeremy Fish: Drawing Conclusions’ at Harman Projects ~ July 30th

 

 

 

Jeremy Fish, Owl Stars, Sakura Ink on Bristol Board. Image courtesy of the Gallery.

Harman Projects will open its doors to Jeremy Fish: Drawing Conclusions, a solo exhibition of over 50 black and white drawings.

“This is my favorite medium, and this will be my first show made up entirely of these stark high contrast drawings. I began the work in December 2021, and the themes range from the subjects of love, betrayal, Zodiac signs, hands and feet, hearts and skulls, dead rappers, and my beloved cat Mrs. Brown,” the artist elaborates.

The artist will be in attendance and signing copies of his new book Forever Ever After at an Opening Reception on Saturday, July 30th from 6-8pm at Harman Projects, 210 Rivington Street, NYC.

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Steve Marcus: Top Dog of Kosher Pop Art opens at Museum at Eldridge Street in May, 2022

 

 

 

Steve Marcus, Little Nathan’s Dream. Image courtesy of the Museum and the Gallery.

In a new exhibition at the Museum at Eldridge Street, New York City artist Steve Marcus takes viewers on a journey into the cartoon world of kosher folk art through a series of new artworks inspired by one of the many great Jewish contributions to American culture: the hot dog. Linking his quirky sense of humor with a passion for his own roots and culture, Marcus’s hand-drawn works on paper answer to a higher authority. Let’s be frank: Marcus has once again created art that viewers of all ages can relish. Steve Marcus: Top Dog of Kosher Pop Art opens at the Museum at Eldridge Street on Thursday, May 12 and runs through November 6, 2022.

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Leo Park | Xu Yang ~ Two Solo Exhibitions at GR Gallery

 

 

 

Artist Leo Park

GR gallery is pleased to present “The Speed of Ice Cream” and “For The sake of Be who you Are” two concurrent solo exhibitions featuring Leo Park and Xu Yang. Both of these shows are the artists’ first solo exhibitions with GR and in New York.

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‘The Automat’ To Open at The Film Forum

 

 

 

 

(2021) Iconic, elegant, and populist all at once: the Automat (aka Horn & Hardart) revolutionized American dining a century ago, long before there was fast food or hipster coffee shops. An eclectic mix of New Yorkers inserted nickels into slots, and slices of lemon meringue pie, mac & cheese, baked beans, and creamed spinach magically appeared from a grid of gleaming chrome windows.

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Ambrose Rhapsody Murray: Within Listening Distance of the Sea… Opening at Fridman Gallery

 

 

 

Ambrose Rhapsody Murray, Within Listening Distance of the Sea, 2021, vintage kantha quilt, digital print on satin, vintage slip dress, sequins and various textiles, 108h x 75w in

Fridman Gallery is honored to announce Within Listening Distance of the Sea…, the first solo exhibition in New York by Ambrose Rhapsody Murray, presenting a new series of sewn textiles, and a short film made in collaboration with Logan Lynette and Heather Lee. The exhibition is accompanied by a digital catalog with an essay by the art historian, curator and author Kilolo Luckett.

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Art on Paper New York ~ September 9-12

 

 

 

Images courtesy of Art on Paper

Art on Paper returns to downtown Manhattan’s Pier 36 this September with 75 galleries featuring top modern and contemporary paper-based art. Continuing the Fair’s historical alignment with New York City’s Arts week and The Armory Show, Art on Paper will take place from Thursday, September 9th through Sunday, September 12th. Tickets are on sale now.

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Izumi Kato, a Solo Exhibition at Galerie Perrotin New York

 

 

 

Exhibition View of Izumi Kato at Perrotin New York, 2021. ©Izumi Kato. Courtesy of the artist and Perrotin

Galerie Perrotin New York opened its doors to a new body of work by Izumi Kato. After a 5 year hiatus, Kato returns to New York with an ambitious exhibition of new mixed-media sculptures, installation, and paintings. Enfolding across two floors of the historic Beckenstein building, the exhibition culminates in a tableaux of connected fabric and soft vinyl sculptures, suspended from the gallery’s three-story stairwell.

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Lindsay Burke: A Shift in the House at Marinaro Gallery

 

 

 

Lindsay Burke: Late Night Brillance, 2021; Acrylic and dry media on canvas; 22.5 x 21.25 inches. Image courtesy of the gallery

Marinaro Gallery will open its doors to the second solo exhibition with the gallery by Lindsay Burke with her exhibition, A Shift in the House. In her new body of work, Burke presents a series of paintings in which the house is more than just a functional structure; it is, in Burke’s universe, a surrogate for the mind and body, offering a way to visualize the drama of living in the world itself.

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Yinka Shonibare CBE: Earth Kids at James Cohan Gallery in December, 2020

 

 

 

YINKA SHONIBARE, CBE, Fire Kid (Girl), 2020

James Cohan is pleased to present Earth Kids, an exhibition of new sculptures by Yinka Shonibare CBE, on view from December 4 through January 23 at the gallery’s Lower East Side location at 291 Grand Street. This is the artist’s seventh solo exhibition at James Cohan. To book an appointment to view the exhibition, please click here.

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Raúl Ayala & Groundswell on the Bowery Wall NYC

 

 

 

Groundswell working on the Bowery Wall, September 17, 2020

The Bowery Art Wall, curated by Goldman Global Arts, is collaborating with Groundswell and Raúl Ayala for the Fall, 2020 mural. For this community mural, Ayala will be working with ten Groundswell youth artists.

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CITYarts Begins Mural Restoration in Chinatown’s St. James Triangle Park

 

 

 

CITYarts restoration of ‘Flowering Vine & Us’ mural in Chinatown’s St. James Triangle Park. Image credit: Shirt Paamony Eshel.

CITYarts, a not-for-profit that connects local youth with professional artists to collaborate on public art, recently began the restoration of their ‘Flowering Vine & Us’ in St. James Triangle Park, located in Chinatown. In keeping with social distancing measures, the painting is being done in small groups, masks required.

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The Currency of Meaning and Other Tales at The Wilmer Jennings Gallery at Kenkeleba House

 

 

 

Cynthia Hawkins, Plato’s Cave, 1989 Oil on canvas; 77 x 57 in. Image courtesy of the gallery

The Wilmer Jennings Gallery at Kenkeleba opened its doors to a beautiful collection entitled, The Currency of Meaning and Other Tales, an exhibition of abstract paintings created over more than sixty-years between 1953 and 2019.

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Yonah Schimmel Knish Bakery Turns 110 on March 29, 2020 ~ Mazel Tov!

 

 

 

Yonah Schimmel ~ original since 1910

How many NYC businesses do you know that have survived 110 years? On March 29, 2020, Yonah Schimmel Knish Bakery will celebrate their founding from a pushcart on Coney Island in 1890 to their current location on East Houston Street. In honor of this very special occasion, they will be selling Knishes for $1.10 to the first 110 sold that day.

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Exhibition, DREAMstate to Open at GR Gallery

 

 

 

Joseph Lee

GR Gallery will open its doors to “DREAMstate”, featuring artists Joseph Lee, Erik Mark Sandberg, Dennis Osadebe and Joshua Vides in a fresh, groundbreaking group exhibition. The show puts together 20 pieces, including paintings, works on papers and installations. The title is inspired by the unique creative energy that connects the four artists, able to forge, through different visions and techniques, an oneiric reality that misleads our visual realm, offering unique interpretations, in a surrealistic key, of different aspect of nowadays society and lifestyle.

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Spoke Art + The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Weekend Pop-Up Exhibition in NYC

 

 

 

Max Dalton, Guggenheim Museum, 2019. Image courtesy of the artist

Spoke Art and The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation are pleased to present Frank Lloyd Wright: Timeless, a traveling pop-up art exhibition featuring limited edition prints inspired by the architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright, a weekend pop-up exhibition.

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Bobby Hill: Stellar ~ a Four-Day Solo Exhibition Extended Through August 4th

 

 

 

Bobby Hillart. Image courtesy of the artist.

The New York-based artist Bobby Hill, known for his mixed media screen prints on paper, will present a new body of work in a four-day solo exhibition on the Lower East Side.

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Renderings of Re-deveoped Sunshine Theater ~ Lower East Side

 

 

 

Sunshine Theater closed its doors in January, 2018

With re-development ready to begin on the beloved Sunshine Movie Theater, we thought it a good time to  take a look at renderings of what will replace the 100-year-old building, and home to independent and foreign films. located at 141 East Houston Street, the Sunshine Theater closed its doors for the last time in January, 2018.

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Nari Ward: We the People at the New Museum

 

 

 

Nari Ward, We the People, 2011. Shoelaces, 96 x 324 in (243.8 × 594.4 cm). In collaboration with the Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia. Collection Speed Art Museum, Louisville, KY; Gift of the Speed Contemporary, 2016.1. © The Speed Art Museum, Louisville, KY

Nari Ward: We the People will open at the New Museum, featuring over thirty sculptures, paintings, videos, and large-scale installation, in a first museum survey in New York of his work.

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Quick! It’s the Most Illegal Art Show ~ Lower East Side

 

 

 

More than 50 of our favorite street artists will be wheatpasting the walls of this pop-up gallery from January 28th through February 3rd, celebrating the illegal street artists that “risk arrest and jail to have their work seen.”

Art Party, Thursday night, January 31st from 6-9pm, music by @djicflo from 9-11:30pm. and Film Screening on Saturday night, February 2nd.

The (Most) Illegal Art (Show) ~ Wheatpaste Edition will take place at 198 Allen Street, curated by SacSix.  Follow SacSix on Instagram

Walk over to Bowery Wall & check out #TatsCru

~ JR ~ Horizontal ~ a Solo Exhibition at Perrotin NYC

 

 

 

JR
JR ~ Perrotin NYC on Orchid Street

The renowned French artist JR, who has captured the faces of immigrants so vividly throughout the world, couldn’t be having a solo exhibition in NYC at a better time ~ with hundreds of immigrant children, taken from their parents at our borders, arriving in East Harlem this month.  This week, Perrotin NYC presents the exhibition ~ JR.

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