Peter Saul ‘Fake News’ Opening at Mary Boone Gallery in Chelsea



Peter Saul, Quack-Quack, Trump. Image via  September 9 to October 28, 2017

The exhibition, Fake News, by artist Peter Saul will open at The Mary Boone Gallery on September 9th.  Who better to tackle todays political climate in images than the ‘Father of Pop-Art’, Peter Saul.  In this exhibition, Saul explorers everything from global warming and a return to the Alamo to our present day Donald-Duck.


Peter Saul, Donald Trump in florida, 2017. Image via

Peter Saul: Fake News at The Mary Boone Gallery from September 9 to October 28, 2017, located at 541 West 24th Street.  Mary Boone Gallery on Fifth Avenue will open its doors to the exhibit Will Cotton on September 7th.

Also of interest this September in Chelsea, walk over to Hauser & Wirth for the new exhibit, Arte Povera – and then to the exhibit, Borinquen Gallo: Like a Jungle Orchid for a Lovestruck Bee at Burning in Water Gallery  Hop on the High Line, and walk down to Gansevoort Street to Allouche Gallery’s new exhibit, Paul Insect: Reflective Minds.  An Incomplete History of Protest is currently on view at The Witney.  Finally, stop by The Standard Hotel and check out their outdoor installation, Stand-Up & Ring Your Rep (yes, its a phone booth).

Save the Date for Drew Gal: East of the Sun, opening on September 21st at Emmanuel Fremin Gallery at 547 West 27th Street.