Hyperallergic Fall 2023 New York Art Guide



Barkley L. Hendricks, “Misc. Tyrone (Tyrone Smith)” (1976), oil and magna on linen canvas, 72 × 50 inches (© Barkley L. Hendricks; courtesy the Property of Barkley L. Hendricks and Jack Shainman Gallery, New York)

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Apartamento 03, “Ouro Assortment pantsuit” (2023) (photograph by Gustavo Marx, courtesy Apartamento 03)

¡Moda Hoy! Latin American and Latinx Vogue Design Right now

For many years, Latin American designers have been a part of the style institution — names like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrera have turn out to be synonymous with luxurious and class. This present appears to be like at these canonical designers and the paths they’ve blazed, whereas giving ample area
to the fashion and inventiveness of trend’s youthful Latin American voices.

The Museum at FIT
227 West twenty seventh Avenue, Chelsea, Manhattan
By way of Nov. 12

Set up view of Alchemyverse: Messa in Luce (2023) (photograph by Shark Senesac, courtesy Worldwide Studio & Curatorial Program)

Alchemyverse: Messa in Luce

Bicheng Liang and Yixuan Shao, higher often known as the creative duo Alchemyverse, have showcased the visible end result of their analysis in Chile’s Atacama Desert, thought-about the driest and sunniest area on the planet. The anchor of the duo’s exhibition is an set up of fragmented ceramics sourced from wild clay harvested and pit-fired throughout their onsite go to. The ceramics are supplemented with area recordings of the dried-out Rio San Pedro and deserted Mina Victoria, fostering a multisensory connection between geological time and the anthropological expertise.

Worldwide Studio & Curatorial Program
1040 Metropolitan Avenue, East Williamsburg, Brooklyn
By way of Nov. 17

Phyllida Barlow, “PRANK: hoax; 2022/23” (2022–23), corten metal, fiberglass, lacquer (© Phyllida Barlow; photograph by Nicholas Knight, courtesy Public Artwork Fund)

Phyllida Barlow: PRANK

The late Phyllida Barlow’s 60-year profession is well known on this presentation of one in every of her playful sequence of sculptures constructed for Metropolis Corridor Park. PRANK consists of seven metal and fiberglass sculptures of acquainted objects that may very well be present in Barlow’s studio, both in supersized codecs or warped in irregular methods to inject a comical incongruity into their banal existence.

Metropolis Corridor Park (Public Artwork Fund)
Broadway and Chambers Avenue, Monetary District, Manhattan
By way of Nov. 26

Esteban Cabeza de Baca, “8 Fold Method” (2023), acrylic on canvas, 72 × 72 inches (photograph by Charles Benton, courtesy the artist and Garth Greenan Gallery)

Mild from Water: Heidi Howard & Esteban Cabeza de Baca, with Liz Phillips

The collaborative and particular person portraits and landscapes of Heidi Howard and Esteban Cabeza de Baca on this Wave Hill exhibition counsel various views of people’ relationship to nature and encourage collectivity inside a world ecosystem. Howard and Cabeza de Baca’s works are joined by a sound-responsive sculpture created by Liz Phillips.

Glyndor Gallery at Wave Hill
675 West 249th Avenue, Riverdale, The Bronx
By way of Nov. 26

Cecily Brown, “Untitled (Sled)” (c. 2006), watercolor on paper, 14 1/4 × 10 1/4 inches (© Cecily Brown)

Cecily Brown: Demise and the Maid

Cecily Brown is understood for revisiting and reinventing Western artwork historical past, from well-trodden Classical themes like shipwrecks to the canon of Summary Expressionism. The 50 works on this exhibition discover the inspiration she has drawn from historic genres like Dutch vanitas work, luxurious nonetheless lifes that served as visible reminders of the inevitability of dying.

The Metropolitan Museum of Artwork
1000 Fifth Avenue, Higher East Facet, Manhattan
By way of Dec. 3

We didn’t ask permission, we simply did it…

This present reexamines the present-day legacies of choose exhibitions that happened in Puerto Rico between 2000 and 2016, together with M&M Proyectos’s PR invitationals; Pablo León de la Barra’s The Gran Tropical Bienals; and Cave-In, initiated by Mike Egan. The three experimental initiatives helped encourage a self-sufficient arts neighborhood in San Juan throughout a interval rife with political pressure and financial hardship on the island. Anchored in archival analysis, the present options works by Puerto Rican and worldwide artists who use nontraditional supplies, and contains a number of public occasions with artists and curators.

Mishkin Gallery at Baruch Faculty
135 East twenty second Avenue Gramercy Park, Manhattan
By way of Dec. 8

Sheila Pepe: My Neighbor’s Backyard

For Sheila Pepe’s first outside exhibition, the artist, together with a area people of makers, cycled via greater than 15,000 yards of crochetable supplies to assemble web-like constructions that span the Madison Sq. Park Conservancy. Imbued with a colourful optimism, Pepe’s crocheted canopies are rooted within the feminist act of girls departing the confines of domesticity and unleashing their potential within the higher open air. The artist will host quite a lot of public applications related to the exhibition, together with collaborative crochet classes and tutorials.

Madison Sq. Park
twenty third Avenue between Madison and Fifth Avenues, Flatiron, Manhattan
By way of Dec. 10

Nate Dorr, “Watchers of Gulfport” (2021), {photograph} (courtesy the artist)

Weak Landscapes

Specializing in the inclined shorelines of Staten Island, this interdisciplinary exhibition explores the environmental challenges confronted by this oft-overlooked New York borough. Delving into the previous to make sense of the current, Weak Landscapes investigates themes of rebuilding, reimagining, resiliency, and environmental advocacy via up to date artworks, collected objects, and archival supplies.

Staten Island Museum at Comfortable Harbor Cultural Heart & Botanical Backyard
1000 Richmond Terrace, Constructing A, Randall Manor, Staten Island
By way of Dec. 30

Michael McWeeney, “Household” (2022) (courtesy the artist)

Staten Island Mode: Id, Reminiscence, Vogue

This archival exhibition of Staten Island trend historical past explores the hyperlinks between native gown, reminiscence, and id. Led by trend historical past students Jenna Rossi-Camus and Alexis Romano, who each grew up within the borough, Staten Island Mode is the results of a analysis mission chronicling the “self-fashioning” of a seaside neighborhood’s previous and current residents. The present options installations of clothes and pictures throughout 4 rooms, at the side of a number of public occasions.

Newhouse Heart for Modern Artwork at Comfortable Harbor Cultural Heart & Botanical Backyard
1000 Richmond Terrace, Constructing C, Randall Manor, Staten Island
By way of Dec. 31

Unrecorded artist, “A Lady Divided into Two, Representing Life and Demise” (1790–1820), oil portray, 16 5/16 × 14 inches (courtesy the Rubin Museum of Artwork)

Demise Is Not the Finish

From thangka work to illuminated manuscripts, this exhibition options 58 objects representing Tibetan Buddhist and Christian traditions that span 1,200 years. As its title suggests, the present explores ideas of dying and the potential for an afterlife, pondering what the curators counsel is the common human situation of impermanence and tendency to embrace life.

Rubin Museum of Artwork
150 West seventeenth Avenue, Chelsea, Manhattan
By way of Jan. 14, 2024

Adriaen Isenbrant, “Man Weighing Gold” (c. 1515–20), oil on wooden, 20 × 12 inches with added strips of 13/4 inches at left and proper (courtesy the Metropolitan Museum of Artwork)

Wealthy Man, Poor Man: Artwork, Class, and Commerce in a Late Medieval City

As confirmed by Hollywood’s enduring fascination with Robin Hood, modern-day perceptions of Medieval Europe typically hinge on two socioeconomic teams: peasants and grasping royals. This exhibition shines a light-weight on the lesser-known demographic of the late-Medieval center class, delving right into a set of sculptures commissioned by a Sixteenth-century service provider in Exeter, England, named Henry Hamlyn. Contextualized inside 50 artworks, the present explores why Hamlyn chosen the imagery he did, in the end questioning how his creative selections conveyed each his place on the financial ladder and his private style.

The Met Cloisters
99 Margaret Corbin Drive, Fort George, Manhattan
By way of Feb. 4, 2024

David Antonio Cruz, “Puerto Rican Pieta” (2006), oil on canvas, 70 × 70 inches (© David Antonio Cruz; courtesy the artist)

One thing Lovely: Reframing La Colección

El Museo del Barrio’s year-long rotating exhibition will function roughly 500 works from its everlasting assortment, together with current acquisitions and new commissions. The present’s first section consists of eight sections encompassing Amerindian, African, and European affect on American and Caribbean visible tradition via spirituality, migration and tradition retention, gender exploration, and underrepresented histories. The exhibition spotlights seven artists: Jorge Soto Sánchez, Alejandro Diaz, Papo Colo, Antonio Lopez, Myrna Báez, Maria Gaspar, and Glendalys Medina.

El Museo del Barrio
1230 Fifth Avenue, East Harlem, Manhattan
By way of March 10, 2024

Nicholas Galanin, “In each language there’s Land / En cada lengua hay una Tierra” (2023), Corten metal (photograph by Nicholas Knight, courtesy the artist and Peter Blum Gallery)

Nicholas Galanin: In each language there’s Land / En cada lengua hay una Tierra

At 30 ft tall and constructed from the identical metal tubing used for the United States-Mexico border wall, Nicholas Galanin’s set up spells out the phrase “LAND” with a tilted “A” as a nod to Robert Indiana’s “LOVE” sculptures from the Nineteen Sixties. Galanin, a Tlingit and Unangax multidisciplinary artist from Sitka, Alaska, riffs off the manufactured reproducibility of Pop Artwork, infusing it with Indigenous resistance.

Brooklyn Bridge Park (Public Artwork Fund)
Brooklyn Bridge Park, Dumbo, Brooklyn
By way of March 10, 2024

Nina Chanel Abney, “San Juan Heal” (2022), latex ink and vinyl mounted on glass (photograph by Nicholas Knight, courtesy Lincoln Heart for the Performing Arts, The Studio Museum in Harlem, and Public Artwork Fund)

Nina Chanel Abney: San Juan Heal and Jacolby Satterwhite: An Eclectic Dance to the Music of Time

On this set up, artist Nina Chanel Abney remembers the Black and Brown communities which have been displaced from Manhattan’s San Juan Hill to make room for the event of Lincoln Heart for the Performing Arts. A constellation of vivid prints protecting the middle’s home windows celebrates notable residents of the neighborhood, together with jazz legends James P. Johnson and Thelonious Monk. Additionally, don’t miss artist Jacolby Satterwhite’s multimedia set up contained in the constructing, which pays tribute to generations of gamers within the New York Philharmonic.

Lincoln Heart (Public Artwork Fund)
10 Lincoln Heart Plaza, Higher West Facet, Manhattan
By way of March 31, 2024

Gabriel Chaile, “The wind blows the place it needs” (2023) (photograph by Timothy Schenck, courtesy the Excessive Line)

Gabriel Chaile: The wind blows the place it needs

Gabriel Chaile is understood for his large-scale sculptures, installations, and drawings knowledgeable by his experiences rising up with Spanish, Afro-Arab, and Indigenous Candelaria heritage in Argentina. “The Wind Blows The place it Needs,” an adobe public sculpture he conceived for the Excessive Line’s twenty fourth Avenue part, is the results of many inspirations — most notably Chaile’s observations of pre-Columbian ceramics in northwest Argentina.

Excessive Line
Excessive Line at twenty fourth Avenue, Chelsea, Manhattan
By way of April 2024

Opening in September

Playscape Performs

Described as the primary improv theater in a New York Metropolis playground, the ShowBox Theater is presenting a various lineup of music, dance, and puppetry performances on the weekends. Audiences can attend performances by Adelka Polak, Brad Shur, Chinese language Theatre Works, and Loco7 in September. The October programming will function performers together with Invoice Gordh, Puppetsburg, Artistic Stage Collective, Parallel Exit, and 3AM Theatre.

The Battery Conservancy
ShowBox Theater, throughout from 17 State Avenue, Monetary District, Manhattan
Sept. 3–Oct. 29, each Sunday at 10:30am and 1:30pm

Olga de Amaral, “Estelas” (1996–2018) (courtesy Lisson Gallery)

El Dorado: Myths of Gold

The legend of El Dorado looms giant in our collective creativeness. The South American metropolis with streets of gold and unfathomable riches has made frequent appearances on the silver display screen, and a easy Google search returns pages of eating places and companies bearing the fictional metropolis’s identify. Now, in collaboration with the Fundación PROA in Buenos Aires and Museo Amparo in Puebla, Mexico, the Americas Society is providing a creative tackle the unshakeable fable. An exhibition of historic and up to date works will converse to — and problem — the legend of El Dorado and discover its position as a forceful narrative in regards to the Americas.

Americas Society
680 Park Avenue, Higher East Facet, Manhattan
Sept. 6–Might 18, 2024

Elizabeth Olds, “Miner Joe” (1942), screenprint, 18 3/4 × 12 3/4 inches (courtesy the Metropolitan Museum of Artwork)

Artwork for the Hundreds of thousands: American Tradition and Politics within the Nineteen Thirties

This exhibition investigates the visible tradition and modes of political and social messaging amidst the Nice Despair via varied media, together with trend. The works manifest the uphill battle towards stability and a longtime cultural id throughout an period of divisive politics and crippling nation-wide money owed.

The Metropolitan Museum of Artwork
1000 Fifth Avenue, Higher East Facet, Manhattan
Sept. 7–Dec. 10

Set up view of Michael Richards: Are You Down? (2000) (courtesy the Museum of Modern Artwork, North Miami and The Michael Richards Property)

Michael Richards: Are You Down?

That is the primary museum retrospective celebrating the work of the late Michael Richards, an artist who died within the September 11 assaults whereas working in his top-floor artwork studio within the North Tower of the World Commerce Heart. The present spotlights the artist’s sustained curiosity in flight and aviation throughout histories and historical mythologies via sculpture, drawing, and set up work created between 1990 to 2001.

Bronx Museum of the Arts
1040 Grand Concourse, Concourse Village, The Bronx
Sept. 8–Jan. 7, 2024

Katy Schimert, “Butterfly (sequence: purple carpet)” (2020), watercolor on paper, 14 1/2 × 18 1/2 inches (photograph by Sarah Trigg, courtesy the Nationwide Academy of Design, New York)

Drawing as Follow

Although typically relegated to second place, drawing is the spine of visible artwork. This exhibition brings drawing to the fore, celebrating it as each a thread that connects disparate artwork types and a big artwork type in its personal proper. Specializing in the historical past of the Nationwide Academy from its beginnings as a drawing membership, the present brings collectively representational, summary, and architectural drawings that emphasize each approach and invention.

Nationwide Academy of Design
519 West twenty sixth Avenue, Second Ground Chelsea, Manhattan
Sept. 14–Dec. 16

José Clemente Orozco, “Research for the Mural Man on Hearth” (1937–39), charcoal on paper, 24 3/5 × 19 inches (courtesy the Hispanic Society Museum & Library; Reward of Salma and Michael Wornick Assortment)

Anatomy of a Fresco: Drawings of José Clemente Orozco from the Wornick Assortment

Offering a close-up have a look at José Clemente Orozco’s creative course of, this exhibition takes viewers from preparatory sketches and preliminary cartoons to digital reproductions of large-scale murals that outlined the early-Twentieth-century Mexican Muralism motion. The present contextualizes muralism within the scope of post-Revolutionary Mexico and considers how social and political points impacted the artwork type.

Hispanic Society Museum & Library
613 West a hundred and fifty fifth Avenue, Washington Heights, Manhattan
Sept. 15–Nov. 19

Mickalene Thomas, “Din Avec la Foremost Dans le Miroir” (2008), acrylic, rhinestones, and enamel on wooden panels, 120 × 96 inches (courtesy the Pennsylvania Academy of the Advantageous Arts)

Taking Area: Modern Ladies Artists and the Politics of Scale

How do girls artists think about area and scale of their work? That’s the query requested on this exhibition together with Kara Walker, Mequitta Ahuja, Jennifer Bartlett, Eiko Fan, Elizabeth Murray, and others.

Montclair Artwork Museum
3 South Mountain Avenue, Montclair, New Jersey
Sept. 15–Jan. 7, 2024

Ruth Asawa, “Untitled (BMC.59, Meander — Straight Traces)” (c. 1948), ink on paper, 7 7/8 × 13 1/2 inches (© 2023 Ruth Asawa Lanier, Inc./Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York)

Ruth Asawa By way of Line

Ruth Asawa is greatest recognized for her intricately woven sculptures constructed of concentric mesh types, whose webs and networks recall patterns of the natural world. The Japanese-American artist, educator, and activist’s past love, nonetheless, was drawing, a apply she continued to develop all through her lifetime. This present options over 100 works on paper together with sketches, watercolors, collages, prints, sketchbooks, and extra courting from the Forties to her late interval, testifying to her experimentation with strategies and mediums as diverse as stamps and calligraphy. The items on show, a lot of them not often exhibited, hint Asawa’s obsession with line, rhythm, and type to the straightforward pleasure of mark-making.

Whitney Museum of American Artwork
99 Gansevoort Avenue, Meatpacking District, Manhattan
Sept. 16–Jan. 15, 2024

Lee Chesney, “Specter’s Vacation” (1954), intaglio, 16 1/8 × 21 5/8 inches (© Lee Chesney)

A Mannequin Workshop: Margaret Lowengrund and the Contemporaries

In 1951, artist Margaret Lowengrund turned the primary girl to open a printmaking workshop in the USA when she created The Contemporaries, a New York Metropolis artistic area that additionally functioned as a gallery. Her group became the Pratt Graphic Artwork Heart when she died in 1957, however all through the earlier decade, Lowengrund developed an enormous community of artists and contributed closely to the resurgence of printmaking within the US. This present pays homage to Lowengrund’s personal creative work and her main affect on the medium she liked.

Print Heart New York
535 West twenty fourth Avenue, Chelsea, Manhattan
Sept. 21–Dec. 23

Barkley L. Hendricks, “Blood (Donald Formey)” (1975), oil and acrylic on canvas, 72 × 501/2 inches (© Barkley L. Hendricks; courtesy the Property of Barkley L. Hendricks and Jack Shainman Gallery, New York)

Barkley L. Hendricks: Portraits on the Frick

From the late Nineteen Sixties on, Barkley L. Hendricks established himself as a preeminent portrait painter. His works have been astonishing not just for the way in which they middle Black folks and id, but additionally for his integration of Previous Grasp compositions and strategies. With deep dedication to the creative course of, he makes a political assertion in regards to the whitewashing of artwork historical past and broader American tradition.

The Frick Assortment
945 Madison Avenue, Higher East Facet, Manhattan
Sept. 21–Jan. 7, 2024

Christian Walker, from The Theater Undertaking sequence, (c. 1983–84), gelatin silver print, 11 × 14 inches (courtesy the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Artwork)

Christian Walker: The Profane and the Poignant

Twenty years after his dying, the late artist and curator Christian Walker is lastly being honored together with his first museum present. Walker, a homosexual Black man who labored in Atlanta and Boston, probed queerness and race in his experimental pictures, inspecting the AIDS epidemic, drug use, and interracial relationships whereas changing into a fixture in creative and activist communities throughout his two cities. This present contextualizes Walker inside these circles whereas providing an in depth have a look at his artwork, writing, and curatorial contributions.

Leslie-Lohman Museum of Artwork
26 Wooster Avenue, Soho, Manhattan
Sept. 22–Jan. 7, 2024

Robert Walter Weir, “Sagoyewatha, or ‘Pink Jacket’ (c. 1758–1830),” (1828), oil on canvas (courtesy the New-York Historic Society)

Acts of Religion: Faith and the American West

This exhibition takes an in depth have a look at the position of faith in Nineteenth-century US enlargement. Though White pilgrims, preachers, and locations of worship dotted the nation, the exhibition extends past White Christianity to discover the various array of spiritualities, together with these of Indigenous peoples, African-American migrants, and Chinese language immigrant staff, woven into the nation’s religious material.

New-York Historic Society
170 Central Park West, Higher West Facet, Manhattan
Sept. 22–Feb. 25, 2024

Devin T. Mays, “Image, Weight” (2023), analysis picture (courtesy the artist)

In Follow: Devin T. Mays

Empty cigarette packs, cement blocks, trash baggage, and a deflated basketball have all made appearances in Devin T. Mays’s preparations of discarded objects. The artist is the main focus of one in every of 4 solo exhibitions at Lengthy Island Metropolis’s SculptureCenter this fall.

44–19 Purves Avenue, Lengthy Island Metropolis, Queens
Sept. 23–Dec. 11

Shary Boyle, “Judy,” element (2021), iron, foam, textiles, electronics, motor, wax, human hair, oil paint, silicone, stoneware, 77 × 36 × 28 inches (photograph by John Jones, courtesy the artist and Patel Brown Gallery)

Shary Boyle: Exterior the Palace of Me

A multisensory presentation of recent work by the Canadian visible artist and performer Shary Boyle, this present options drawings, ceramic and coin-operated sculptures, life-sized automatonic mechanisms, two-way mirrors, and an interactive rating that remodel the institutional museum area into one in every of collective efficiency.

Museum of Arts and Design
2 Columbus Circle, Higher West Facet, Manhattan
Sept. 23, 2023–Feb. 25, 2024

Édouard Manet, “Plum Brandy” (c. 1877), oil on canvas, 29 × 193/4 inches (courtesy the Nationwide Gallery of Artwork, Washington)


The Met reinvestigates the connection between two of a very powerful Nineteenth-century artists: Edouard Manet and Edgar Degas, who could also be greatest described as “frenemies.” The exhibition affords a brand new perspective on these artists, contextualizing their work aspect by aspect together with their intersecting social {and professional} backgrounds.

The Metropolitan Museum of Artwork
1000 Fifth Avenue, Higher East Facet, Manhattan
Sept. 24–Jan. 7, 2024

Sculptor Isamu Noguchi with “Research for Luminous Plastic Sculpture” (1943) (© The Isamu Noguchi Basis and Backyard Museum / Artists Rights Society)

A Wonderful Bewilderment: Marie Menken’s ‘Visible Variations on Noguchi’

On the Queens establishment, Marie Menken’s groundbreaking movie is projected in a second-floor gallery full of associated works by Noguchi, illuminating the artists’ particular person contributions and their collective drive.

Noguchi Museum
9-01 thirty third Street, Astoria, Queens
Sept. 27–Feb. 4, 2024

Simone Michelin, “Mikamaka Spin” (2022), digital coloration video with sound, period: 2:09 minutes (courtesy the artist)


Curated by Berta Sichel and Patricia Capa, this present options 11 worldwide artists who discover ecological, Indigenous, and religious narratives of the Amazon.

Pratt Manhattan Gallery
144 West 14th Avenue, West Village, Manhattan
Sept. 28–Dec. 9

We Tried to Warn You! Environmental Disaster Posters, 1970–2020

Any exhibition that calls its artworks “failures” should have one thing to say. We Tried to Warn You begins with this sentiment. The gathering of posters on environmental points courting from 1970 to 2020 failed not “of their graphic intent of speaking a message, however somewhat that they didn’t
efficiently modify habits,” in accordance with Poster Home. Removed from artifacts frozen in time, although, the posters are proof of the numerous a long time we’ve needed to tackle these points and function a report of the debates and deadlocks which have made the local weather disaster ever extra imminent.

Poster Home
119 West twenty third Avenue, Chelsea, Manhattan
Sept. 28–Feb. 25, 2024

Artwork Deco: Commercializing the Avant-Garde

A curated assortment chronicling Artwork Deco’s evolution from avant-garde commercialism to World Struggle II nationalism, this exhibition options greater than 50 posters by grasp graphic designers that exemplify the rise and decline of the European artwork and design motion. Starting with the 1925 Paris Exhibition and ending with wartime nationalistic graphics, this present examines quite a lot of Modernist ephemera and the political and financial forces that influenced the pivotal Twentieth-century fashion.

Poster Home
119 West twenty third Avenue, Chelsea, Manhattan
Sept. 28–Feb. 25, 2024

Muriel Hasbun, “Je me souviens (Portrait 1945)” (1986), chromogenic print (© Muriel Hasbun)

Muriel Hasbun: Tracing Terruño

All through her profession, Muriel Hasbun has checked out id in all of its intricacies. The artist, whose paternal aspect is Salvadoran and Palestinian Christian and maternal aspect is Polish and French Jewish, has grappled with exile herself, when the Salvadoran Civil Struggle compelled her to depart her dwelling. Multimedia works from 1988 to the current — together with the sequence Santos y sombras / Saints and Shadows (1990–97), wherein archival household pictures and new pictures are merged into hybrids that meditate on reminiscence — create a visible panorama wherein the previous is rarely static.

Worldwide Heart of Images
79 Essex Avenue, Decrease East Facet, Manhattan
Sept. 29–Jan. 8, 2024

Tsedaye Makonnen, “Senait & Nahom. The Peacemaker & The Comforter” (2019), acrylic mirror, LED mild bulbs, wire mesh, MDF, lighting wiring (photograph by Daybreak Whitmore, courtesy Tsedaye Makonnen and Addis Advantageous Artwork)

SIGHTLINES on Peace, Energy & Status: Steel Arts in Africa

Steel works by up to date artists together with Otobong Nkanga, Radcliffe Bailey, and Lubaina Himid are offered right here alongside dozens of Nineteenth- and Twentieth-century objects starting from ceremonial swords to foreign money. Because the present traces the artwork historic significance of African metallic artwork, it concurrently delves into its sociopolitical implications. Sammy Baloji’s 2022 documentary “Of the Moon and Velvet,” which examines metallic extraction within the Democratic Republic of the Congo, is among the many highlights of the exhibition.

Bard Graduate Heart Gallery
18 West 86th Avenue, Higher West Facet, Manhattan
Sept. 29–Dec. 31

Idea picture for Maryam Turkey, “Deconstructed” (2023) (courtesy the artist)

The Socrates Annual 2023

Every year, the Socrates Sculpture Park provides fellowships to artists for public artwork initiatives; previous fellows have included Sable Elyse Smith, Torkwase Dyson, Leilah Babirye, and Sanford Biggers. With an emphasis on artistic experimentation and assist for artists, the juried competitors is a constant incubator for expertise. This 12 months’s Socrates Annual guarantees a number of public artworks by up-and-coming artists that when once more push the boundaries of the shape and don’t draw back from necessary problems with the day.

Socrates Sculpture Park
32-01 Vernon Boulevard, Lengthy Island Metropolis, Queens
Sept. 30–March 24, 2024

Opening in October

Oshima Tokusaburō and Katsuyama Shigetarō, “Portrait of Imperial Couple (Portrait of the Noble Visages of the Empire)” (1890), lithograph (courtesy the gathering)

Meiji Fashionable: Fifty Years of New Japan

To have a good time its fiftieth birthday, the Japanese Artwork Society of America appears to be like to an necessary period of social change and creativity in Japan’s historical past. The Meiji period (1868–1912) marked Japan’s transition from a feudal society to a contemporary industrial nation. With almost 80 artworks, Meiji Fashionable acknowledges this transition by inspecting conventional Japanese themes, reminiscent of nature, Buddhism, and legendary creatures, as they have been influenced by new supplies and strategies. The end result guarantees to be a outstanding portrait of a nation in a state of change.

Asia Society
725 Park Avenue, Higher East Facet, Manhattan
Oct. 3–Jan. 7, 2024

Henry Taylor, “i’m yours” (2015), acrylic on canvas, 73 1/8 × 74 1/4 inches (© Henry Taylor; {photograph} by Sam Kahn, courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth)

Henry Taylor: B Facet

The final couple of years have been busy for Henry Taylor. After a number of current exhibits, B-Facet is the LA-based artist’s first profession survey. Taylor’s colourful portraits of primarily Black buddies, household, celebrities, and strangers are charming of their informal intimacy. With greater than 150 works, the retrospective affords an perception into the event of Taylor’s fashion and themes, and it contains such necessary early works as his drawings of sufferers on the Camarillo State Psychological Hospital.

Whitney Museum of American Artwork
99 Gansevoort Avenue, Meatpacking District, Manhattan
Oct. 4–Jan. 28, 2024

Harry Smith, “Untitled” (c. 1951–54), watercolor and ink on paper, 9 × 6 inches (courtesy the Lionel Ziprin Archive, New York)

Fragments of a Religion Forgotten: The Artwork of Harry Smith

Although greatest recognized for his influential Anthology of American People Music, artist and music ethnologist Harry Smith produced a wealth of experimental artwork and movie in his life. Fragments of a Religion Forgotten is the primary solo museum exhibition to delve into Smith’s expansive apply and the esoteric histories and cosmologies that knowledgeable it. Work, drawings, movies, and ephemera provide perception into Smith’s working course of and hybrid takes on numerous aspects of American tradition.

Whitney Museum of American Artwork
99 Gansevoort Avenue, Meatpacking District, Manhattan
Oct. 4–Jan. 28, 2024

Set up view of Delcy Morelos: El lugar del alma (2022) at Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires (© Delcy Morelos; photograph by Ernesto Monsalve)

Delcy Morelos

Mud is a multifaceted substance: liquid, strong; water, earth. For Colombian artist Delcy Morelos, it’s a medium that yields limitless artistic potentialities. The artist, who appears to be like to Andean and Amazonian cosmologies for inspiration, will current two immersive installations accompanied by a bilingual catalogue. By way of sensory expertise that encompasses contact, odor, and sound, Morelos’s artwork reminds us that earth is an lively organism intertwined with the human physique, and when our ecology is threatened, so are we.

Dia Chelsea
537 West twenty second Avenue, Chelsea, Manhattan
Oct. 5–July 2024

Olalekan Jeyifous, “PFC – Seneca SunCraft Orchards” (2022) (courtesy the artist and Pioneer Works)

Local weather Futurism

Curated by ecologist and local weather coverage knowledgeable Ayana Elizabeth Johnson, this present considers concepts reminiscent of reforming industrial meals programs, remodeling human relationships with nature, reinventing custom, reinforcing diasporic connections, and prioritizing justice and love.

Pioneer Works
159 Pioneer Avenue, Pink Hook, Brooklyn
Oct. 6–Dec. 10

Artists’ Books as Prompts for Discourse

Are artists’ books merely demonstrations of an artist’s abilities, or can they encourage communication? With this exhibition, the Heart for E book Arts considers artists’ books much less as artworks to ponder than as conduits for trade, dialog, and doubtlessly change. Specializing in Bay Space publishing studio Sming Sming Books, the present appears to be like on the collaborative course of between artists and writer Vivian Sming, and the life that books lead after they enter the world.

Heart for E book Arts
28 West twenty seventh Avenue, Third Ground, Nomad, Manhattan
Oct. 6–Dec. 16

Regina Silveira, “Brazil Right now” (1977) (courtesy the artist)

Off-Register: Publishing Experiments by Ladies Artists in Latin America, 1960–1990

The historical past of conceptual artwork in Latin America has acquired some consideration in the USA lately, but girls artists nonetheless lag behind males in exhibitions. Even much less examined are the artists’ books that many of those girls produced. Curated by Mela Dávila, this exhibition brings artists together with Ana Mendieta, Lygia Pape, Beatriz González, and Liliana Porter and their books to the fore. The artists’ explorations of the e book format and the depth and breadth on show promise to be revelatory.

Heart for E book Arts
28 West twenty seventh Avenue, Third Ground, Nomad, Manhattan
Oct. 6–Dec. 16

Saloua Raouda Choucair, “Les peintres célèbres” (c. 1948–49), gouache on paper, 9 7/8 × 14 3/16 inches (courtesy the Saloua Raouda Choucair Basis)

Partisans of the Nude: An Arab Artwork Style within the Age of Contest, 1920–1960

In the USA and Europe, Southwest Asian and North African (SWANA) artwork histories are continuously oversimplified, if acknowledged in any respect. With this exhibition, curated by American College of Beirut professor Kirsten Scheid, the Wallach Artwork Gallery units itself other than the reductive readings of different exhibits by contemplating the nude in tandem with social modifications somewhat than as a easy expression of insurrection. The present focuses on the colonial period (1920–60), that includes artists from Algerian, Egyptian, Iraqi, Lebanese, Palestinian, and Syrian societies, and encompasses
themes of faith, masculinity, professionalization of artists, and makes an attempt to universalize European aesthetics.

Wallach Artwork Gallery at Columbia College, Lenfest Heart for the Arts
615 West 129th Avenue, Sixth Ground, Harlem, Manhattan
Oct. 6–Jan. 14, 2024

Judy Chicago, “Immolation” (1972), archival pigment print, 36 × 36 inches (© Judy Chicago/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York; courtesy the artist)

Judy Chicago: Herstory

This survey appears to be like on the artist’s expansive 60-year profession, spanning a number of mediums and pertaining to themes together with mortality, the setting, and, naturally, feminism. Artworks and archival supplies from artists and thinkers starting from Artemisia Gentileschi to Simone de Beauvoir are included to contextualize Chicago’s work.

New Museum
235 Bowery, Bowery, Manhattan
Oct. 12–Jan. 14, 2024

Hélio Oiticica and Neville D’Almeida, “Cosmococas Foto 32” (1973), C-print, ed. 4 of 12 (© Hélio Oiticica and Neville D’Almeida; courtesy Lisson Gallery)

Cosmic Shelter: Hélio Oiticica and Neville D’Almeida’s Personal Bloco-Experiências in Cosmococa–Programa in Progress

This exhibition will give attention to the Cosmococas — a sequence of pioneering, sensorial installations co-created by the Brazilian artist Hélio Oiticica and Brazilian filmmaker Neville D’Almeida within the early Seventies. Cosmic Shelter will debut two works by no means earlier than proven in the USA, some that includes Yoko Ono and Marilyn Monroe.

Hunter Faculty Artwork Galleries, Hunter West Constructing
132 East 68th Avenue, Higher East Facet, Manhattan
Oct. 12–March 30, 2024

Artwork in Odd Locations 2023: DRESS

Because the identify signifies, this can be a competition that options artwork outdoors the confines of galleries and
museums. This 12 months’s theme is “Gown,” with artists utilizing Manhattan’s 14th Avenue sidewalks as runways. How cool is that?

Numerous places alongside 14th Avenue, Manhattan
Oct. 13–15

Numerous Artists with Eric Andersen, Ay-O, George Brecht, John Chick, Robert Filliou, Albert M. Advantageous, Ken Friedman, Hello Pink Heart, Jack Coke’s Farmer’s Co-op, Joe Jones, Alison Knowles, Takehisa Kosugi, Shigeko Kubota, George Maciunas, Olivier Mosset, Serge Oldenbourg, Benjamin Patterson, James Riddle, Mieko Shiomi, Ben Vautier and Robert Watts, “Fluxkit” (c. 1969), digital picture (© The Museum of Fashionable Artwork/Licensed by SCALA / Artwork Useful resource, NY)

Out of Bounds: Japanese Ladies Artists in Fluxus

This present explores the pivotal position of Japanese girls within the revolutionary Fluxus artwork motion of the Nineteen Sixties, showcasing the works of Shigeko Kubota, Yoko Ono, Takako Saito, and Mieko Shiomi. Tracing the Tokyo-New York connection, the exhibition reveals how these artists introduced their views and creative experiments from Japan, reshaping Fluxus ideas and occasions.

Japan Society
333 East forty seventh Avenue, Turtle Bay, Manhattan
Oct. 13–Jan. 21, 2024

Gown designed by Clare Waight Keller (2016), chiffon (© Chloé Archive, Paris; photograph by Julien T. Hamon, courtesy the Jewish Museum, NY)

Temper of the second: Gaby Aghion and the home of Chloé

The identify of Gaby Aghion is synonymous with trend, prêt-à-porter, and her iconic French trend home, Chloé. This present pays tribute to her contribution to girls’s trend and her signature fashion of easy class.

The Jewish Museum
1109 Fifth Avenue, Higher East Facet, Manhattan
Oct. 13–Feb. 18, 2024

Stadium chair (earlier than 1973) (courtesy the Museum of the Metropolis of New York)

Folks, Place, and Affect: The Assortment at 100

The Museum of the Metropolis of New York is celebrating its one centesimal anniversary by highlighting how the various use of city area lends itself to creating the backdrop for among the most well-known, and likewise lesser-known, New York tales. The exhibition features a cinematic presentation from the museum’s movie archive over 16 screens in a particular gallery.

Museum of the Metropolis of New York
1220 Fifth Avenue, Higher East Facet, Manhattan
Oct. 13–April 28, 2024

Unknown artist, “Moralized Bible” (1227–1234) (photograph by Graham S Haber, courtesy the Morgan Library & Museum)

Morgan’s Bibles: Splendor in Scripture

No matter your religious beliefs, the Bible is undeniably a behemoth of literature. Spanning cultures, eras, and main social and political upheaval, it was a captivating artifact to Pierpont Morgan, the American financier who based his namesake library and museum in Manhattan. Morgan’s curiosity within the Bible as a non secular and a creative expression resulted in an unprecedented assortment of historic objects and artworks. Splendor in Scripture delves into
the well-known connoisseur’s treasure trove, together with a cuneiform pill, illuminated manuscripts such because the Lindau Gospels, and drawings and prints by Rubens and Rembrandt.

The Morgan Library and Museum
225 Madison Avenue, Murray Hill, Manhattan
Oct. 20–Jan. 21, 2024

Shilpa Gupta, “The markings we’ve made on this land have elevated the gap a lot” (2019), interactive set up, engraving on concrete, 165 × 2 × 110 inches (photograph by Lou Whelan, courtesy the artist)

I didn’t let you know what I noticed, however solely what I dreamt

For Mumbai-based artist Shilpa Gupta, participation is crucial. Gupta’s artwork is constructed on a reciprocal dialogue, participating communities and viewers alike. On the core of her apply lies language — a instrument of energy, management, and occlusion of our feelings and experiences. By way of minimalist method, Gupta’s new present explores the absence of language, drawing our focus to the unstated.

315 Maujer Avenue, East Williamsburg, Brooklyn
Oct. 21–April 2, 2024

Sondra Perry, “Graft and Ash for a Three Monitor Workstation” (2016), video, bicycle workstation, 9 min. 5 sec (© Sondra Perry; photograph by Bobby Rogers)

Going Darkish: The Modern Determine on the Fringe of Visibility

Take into consideration the idea of “going darkish” as a instrument for exploring each social discontents and potentialities. With artists together with David Hammons, Kerry James Marshall, Lorna Simpson, and lots of others, this present challenges us to ponder the idea of the “semi-visible” determine, arguing for its significance for up to date artwork and conceptual considering.

Guggenheim Museum
1071 Fifth Avenue, Higher East Facet, Manhattan
Oct. 20–April 7, 2024

Emilie L. Gossiaux, “London, Midsummer 1” (2022), ballpoint pen and crayon on paper, 23 × 35 inches (picture courtesy the artist and Mom Gallery)

Emilie L. Gossiaux: Different-Worlding

Emilie L. Gossiaux’s artwork astutely captures profound themes utilizing a playful visible language. Her multidisciplinary work delves into points reminiscent of incapacity, ableism, the exploitative nature of the anthropocene, and the relationships between people and animals. By way of vibrant depictions of her life alongside her information canine, London, Gossiaux creates a story that embraces empowerment and pleasure.

Queens Museum
Grand Central Parkway and Van Wyck Expressway, Flushing Meadows–Corona Park, Queens
Oct. 22–March 10, 2024

Giambattista Tiepolo, “The Annunciation,” (c. 1755–60), pen and black ink and wash, over black chalk, 10 × 15.98 inches (photograph by Steven H. Crossot, courtesy the Morgan Library & Museum)

Spirit and Invention: Drawings by Giambattista and Domenico Tiepolo

As creative dynasties go, the Tiepolo household could not instantly spring to thoughts. With Spirit and Invention, the Morgan goals to vary that. The present focuses on the graphic work of this father-son duo to look at their artistic course of and aesthetic. Together with uncommon pen research for the elder Tiepolo’s monumental Würzburg Residenz fresco, the present contains sketches of day by day life, Biblical scenes, drawings of foreshortened determine research, and works from Domenico’s Punchinello sequence, offering fascinating perception into the Tiepolo workshop and the artists’ relationship.

The Morgan Library and Museum
225 Madison Avenue, Murray Hill, Manhattan
Oct. 27–Jan. 28, 2024

Barry McGee, “Untitled” (2006), from Drypoint on Acid, etching and aquatint with chine collé and collage, 7 13/16 × 6 3/8 inches (©Barry McGee; courtesy the Museum of Fashionable Artwork)

New Floor: Jacob Samuel and Modern Etching

Etching calls for dedication, endurance, and a excessive tolerance for soiled arms. Grasp printer and writer Jacob Samuel launched famend artists like Jannis Kounellis, Meredith Monk, and Marina Abramović to this 500-year-old methodology, reaffirming its enduring worth in up to date artwork. By way of collaborations with over 60 artists, Samuel’s revitalization of etchings on this present explores the realms of abstraction, figuration, and a wealthy range of visible kinds.

Museum of Fashionable Artwork
11 West 53rd Avenue, Midtown, Manhattan
Oct. 29–March 23, 2024

Opening in November

Performa Biennial 2023

This citywide efficiency artwork competition is celebrating its tenth version with a lineup that features Marcel Dzama, Julien Creuzet, Nikita Gale, Franz Erhard Walther, Haegue Yang, and others.

Numerous places throughout the town
Nov. 1–19

Katya Meykson, “Untitled” (2020) (courtesy apexart)

Fruits of Labor — Reframing Motherhood and Artmaking

Can the constraints of motherhood — the concerns, interrupted focus, labor of care, and restricted assets — turn out to be a driving drive and mode for paintings? Curator Bruna Shapira solutions with a particular “sure” by presenting the works of 4 girls artists who’ve explored the chances of artwork inside the realms of childbirth and parenting.

291 Church Avenue, Tribeca, Manhattan
Nov. 3–Dec. 23

Shelby Shadwell, “SPACE BLANKET 2” (2021), charcoal, pastel on polyester, 43 × 43 inches (photograph courtesy Shelby Shadwell)

Shelby Shadwell: HAECCEITY

In his newest exhibition, Shelby Shadwell directs his consideration to the lustrous texture of the foil thermal blanket. Also referred to as a photo voltaic blanket, this versatile
materials evokes a large number of pictures, from area exploration or emergency vacationer baggage to migrants in search of refuge on the US-Mexico border. Using charcoal and pastel, Shadwell skillfully crafts large-scale trompe l’oeil drawings, reflecting on the position of interpretation in the way in which we perceive the world.

Kentler Worldwide Drawing Area
353 Van Brunt Avenue, Pink Hook, Brooklyn
Nov. 4–Dec. 17

Ling-lin Ku, “404 Bug” (2023), 3D modeling, SLA printing, 21/2 × 2 × 1 inches (courtesy the artist and CUE Artwork Basis)

Ling-lin Ku

Ling-lin Ku’s artwork is all about zooming in on small, on a regular basis objects and playfully rethinking them. Whether or not by shaving toasted bread or showcasing a set of band-aids, Ku challenges our notion of the acquainted, presenting easy issues as advanced and surreal entities in her personal creative playground.

Cue Artwork Basis
137 West twenty fifth Avenue, Chelsea, Manhattan
Nov. 9–Dec. 22

Stéphane Mandelbaum, “Composition (masks determine)” (c. 1981), ballpoint pen, coloured pencil, and graphite on paper, 10 5/8 × 14 9/16 inches (© Stéphane Mandelbaum Property)

Stéphane Mandelbaum

Stéphane Mandelbaum’s drawings, created with graphite, coloured pencils, and ballpoint pens, provide a charming glimpse into the artist’s introspective journey as he explored the somber realities of Twentieth-century Europe. Showcasing over 60 artworks, the primary US solo exhibition of Mandelbaum’s drawings delves into his Jewish background, Belgium’s colonial historical past, and the nightlife and underworld of Brussels.

Drawing Heart
35 Wooster Avenue, Soho, Manhattan
Nov. 9–Feb. 18, 2024

Unknown artist, element of headpiece from a register of collectors of a Bolognese lending society, Italy, Bologna (1394–95) (photograph by Janny Chiu, courtesy the Morgan Library & Museum)

Medieval Cash, Retailers, and Morality

This exhibition takes a have a look at the early historical past of capitalism, which undoubtedly altered the course of tradition, class, and morals. It options treasures from the top of the Center Ages to the early Renaissance, manuscripts, cash, and early purses which may change the way in which you concentrate on cash and moneymakers.

The Morgan Library and Museum
225 Madison Avenue, Murray Hill, Manhattan
Nov. 10–March 10, 2024

William Matthew Prior, “Nancy Lawson, Boston, Massachusetts,” (1843), oil on canvas, 301/8 × 25 inches (© Shelburne Museum)

Unnamed Figures: Black Presence and Absence within the Early American North

Black figures largely went unnamed and relegated to the background, if current in any respect, in White American artwork in New England and the Mid-Atlantic from the late seventeenth via early Nineteenth century. The present examines this historic erasure with dozens of works together with overmantel work, portraits, images, and needlework.

American People Artwork Museum
2 Lincoln Sq., Higher West Facet, Manhattan
Nov. 15–March 24, 2024

Leslie Martinez, “The Decorum of this Physique” (2023), acrylic, portray rags, studio garments, dried paint chips, charcoal, coarse sawdust, pumice on canvas, 60 × 75 × 8 inches (photograph by Paul Salveson, courtesy Commonwealth and Council)

Leslie Martinez

To attain textured paintings in a cosmic palette, Leslie Martinez dyes and pleats canvases utilizing remnants discovered of their studio. Embracing a no-waste method rooted in rasquachismo, a time period used within the Chicano artwork motion to explain a resourcefulness born out of necessity, Martinez’s works strike a fragile steadiness between themes of expertise, labor, and formal abstraction.

22-25 Jackson Avenue, Lengthy Island Metropolis, Queens
Nov. 16–April 2024

Squid Soup, “Feast of Mild” (courtesy Sony Music)


In response to the beloved fantasy of a magical forest, Brooklyn Botanic Backyard returns with the reimagined thought of its Lightscape present. This 12 months’s program guarantees extra artwork and monumental mild sculptures on a journey alongside a scenic one-mile outside path, accompanied by music and pop-up snack and eating areas.

Brooklyn Botanic Backyard
990 Washington Avenue, Prospect Heights, Brooklyn
Nov. 17–Jan. 1, 2024

Marta Minujín in her studio on rue Delambre in Paris, along with her first multicolored mattresses (1963) (© Marta Minujín; courtesy Henrique Faria, New York and Herlitzka & Co., Buenos Aires)

Marta Minujín: Arte! Arte! Arte!

Drawing from the artist’s archives in Buenos Aires, the Jewish Museum will current rarely-seen documentation and ephemeral works by Marta Minujín, a defining Latin American artist recognized for her feminist efficiency works.

The Jewish Museum
1109 Fifth Avenue, Higher East Facet, Manhattan
Nov. 17–March 31, 2024

Mark Morrisroe and Lynelle White, “Filth,” no. 5 (1975–76), photocopy with watercolor, saddle stitched, 81/2 × 51/2 inches (© The Property of Mark Morrisroe (EMM))

Copy Machine Manifestos: Artists Who Make Zines

Attributable to its accessibility, the zine (quick for “fanzine”) has been a medium of selection for artists and activists to middle counter-cultural concepts and organizations for the reason that Seventies. This exhibition celebrates the zine as an artwork type and is accompanied by a complete publication that options in-depth texts from the exhibition’s curators and artists.

Brooklyn Museum
200 Japanese Parkway, Prospect Heights, Brooklyn
Nov. 17–March 31, 2024

David Orrell, from the sequence, Taji (2021) (courtesy apexart)


With the assistance of scholars on the Pratt Institute, Nigerian curator Favour Ritaro presents work from an unimaginable group of Black and African-American artists to rethink the historic and up to date politics of Black hair. The present addresses the roots of the stigma related to Black hair, whereas additionally exploring methods wherein Black hair is usually a supply of private id, particularly for Black girls.

apexart, Pratt Institute, Steuben Gallery
200 Willoughby Avenue, Fort Greene, Brooklyn
Nov. 18–Dec. 18

Tapestry, Egypt (fifth century CE), linen and wool, 58 × 72 1/16 inches (© Trustees of the British Museum)

Africa & Byzantium

The Met will current never-before-exhibited works from North Africa, Egypt, Nubia, and Ethiopia to spotlight the lesser-known contributions of African kingdoms to the Byzantine and bigger Mediterranean world. This exhibition presents an necessary and sometimes ignored chapter of premodern historical past.

The Metropolitan Museum of Artwork
1000 Fifth Avenue, Higher East Facet, Manhattan
Nov. 19–March 3, 2024


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