Upcoming exhibitions
Leak X What is Revealed
Alberte Bernier, Jannie Wolff, Kara Jhalak Miller

Leak X What is Revealed is a collaboration between the NYC-based artist Alberte Bernier's solo exhibition Leak and the performance installation What is Revealed by Janine Wolff and Kara Jhalak Miller.
Jun 4 —
Jun 12, 2022
1155 Avenue of the Americas
Manhattan
Opening Reception
Jun 9th
6:00pm-9:00pm
Beautiful Barriers: Street Art Beyond Walls
SRF x CocoRedoux

Beautiful Barriers: Street Art Beyond Walls, is the newest exhibition from the artist collective Soho Renaissance Factory. The exhibition features original murals painted by SRF in Soho during the 2020 shutdowns. The artists, who met while painting individually, joined forces to beautify and help heal the city by creating Street Museums on the plywood barriers covering storefronts in Soho.
Jun 2 —
Jun 28, 2022
7 E 14th St.
Manhattan
Opening Reception
Jun 3rd
6:00pm-9:00pm
Dress for Today and Tomorrow
aricoco (Ari Tabei)

Dress for Today and Tomorrow is a solo exhibition by aricoco (Ari Tabei). Experimenting with various methods of merging everyday items with upcycled/cannibalized/repurposed materials, aricoco pieces together her past and present.
Jun 18 —
Jul 3, 2022
340 E 64th St.
Manhattan
Opening Reception
Jun 18th
4:00pm-6:00pm
Dancing With Colors
Cecilia André

There are few things more abstract than light, yet so dramatically objective. It creates every color on the prism as a fraction of itself. It makes the world visible. Cecilia André has spent years chasing light to create art, which has led her to develop an apparently oxymoronic vision, at once so prosaic and yet exceptional: colored shadows. By overlapping simple translucid materials against a light source, she found a way to harvest color.
Jun 10 —
Jul 14, 2022
266 W 37th St.
Manhattan
Opening Reception
Jun 10th
6:00pm-9:00pm
LEGGO MY EGO
E.G.O. (Earth Girls Only)

Leggo My Ego is a group gallery show put on by Earth Girls Only (EGO). EGO is the name that Earth Girls Aja Woodward and Renee Coppola use when they have to melt their minds together for events, shows, and collaborative works of art. Forever in love with the strange, they love to curate a show that oozes weird, enchanting, and whimsical energy.
Jun 25 —
Jul 17, 2022
60 Main St., Matawan
New Jersey
Opening Night
Jun 25th
6:00pm-9:00pm
Fascinated By Color
Helen Iranyi

Fascinated by Color is a solo exhibition by NYC-based artist Helen Iranyi. The fundamental feature in Iranyi's work is color. She expresses light and form by overlapping and twirling layers of paint. The show displays 22 of her acrylic paintings that explore the elements in 20 of her accompanying mixed-media prints.
Jun 18 —
Jul 17, 2022
320 W 23rd St.
Manhattan

La Genèse
Art Meso

This artistic expression of passages from the book of Genesis is full of majestic, euphoric, and exhilarating experiences of the Arts. Enter into an Enchantment of beauty, art, imagination, creativity, and fashion. An Illuminating exhibit immersed in art and fashion from designers and artists from Spain, Atlanta, Trinidad, New York, Singapore, and many more in a museum-style setting.
Jul 16 —
Aug 7, 2022
1155 Avenue of the Americas
Manhattan
Opening Night
Jul 16th
6:00pm-11:00pm
Lush
Anthony Padilla

NYC-based artist Anthony Padilla presents a solo show "Lush," focusing on the dense luscious jungles found in Central and Southern Americas. Anthony’s artwork is “to highlight the abstract and surreal qualities of our natural world by using the elements found in nature, specifically the jungle, as a means to do so."
Jun 21 —
Nov 1, 2022
1155 Avenue of the Americas - Lobby
Manhattan
Opening Reception
Jul 8th
6:00pm-8:00pm
Voluptueuse
Kathleen Marie Ryan

Voluptueuse is a solo exhibition by NYC-based artist Kathleen Marie Ryan. The show features her new large-scale acrylic paintings that explore the immaterial realm. Transforming multiple canvases in tandem, translucent pigments are brushed, sponged, and manipulated to convey ethereal planes and energetic movements.
Jun 16 —
Nov 3, 2022
151 W 42nd St. - Lobby
Manhattan
Opening Reception
Jul 7th
6:15pm-8:00pm
Current exhibitions
You've Got Mail
Frankie Lane

You’ve Got Mail celebrates the thousands of years of complex mail delivery systems from messenger pigeons to the modern-day USPS and the creative spirit of those people receiving mail.
May 7 —
May 28, 2022
266 W 37th St.
Manhattan
Opening Reception
May 7th
6:00pm-8:00pm
Welcome Home
The Love Show

The Love Show will transform a former cookie shop in the Port Authority Bus Terminal into a three-month-long pop-up theater and live arts event venue. As one of the city’s main entry points, and one that is located in the heart of The Theater District, the transportation hub is the ideal location for an experience that will immediately immerse travelers in the arts culture of New York. The space will be alive with The Love Show\'s original dance and theater performances, the company will also be hosting other performance artists in the community, with artisanal pop-ups, and shows ranging from comedy to magic, puppetry and live music.
Oct 23 —
May 31, 2022
Welcome Home
Manhattan
Opening Event
Oct 26th
1:00pm-7:00pm
Counter Weight
Futurists Collective

Counter Weight is a multidisciplinary group show featuring the works of the Futurist Collective. The Futurists Collective is comprised of artists Ivan Cofield (painting), Tommy Vo (mixed media), and Johnny Tang (photography). Counter Weight explores issues of mental health, identity, and being seen as the Other in New York City during these unprecedented times.
May 14 —
Jun 4, 2022
1 Brooklyn Bridge Park
Brooklyn
Opening Reception
May 14th
6:00pm-9:00pm
INFLUENCE
Debbie Dickinson Gallery

Curator turned Gallerist Dickinson showcases artworks by working and emerging Painters, Sculptors, Art Photographers and Mixed Media Artists in a group exhibition to demonstrate how art reflects and responds during times of dramatic social influences. View the artists points of view and their minds availability to realize the unforeseen current events during these times.
May 7 —
Jun 9, 2022
320 W 23rd St.
Manhattan
Grand Opening
May 7th
5:00pm-8:00pm
With One Foot Here & The Other There
Curated by Patricia Encarnación

The Dominican diaspora is recognized for its strong culture, tight costume, and connection to its native land. This community predominately inhabits Upper Manhattan, recently renamed Little Dominican because of their cultural presence in the area. But despite this solid attempt to import their customs, the island community constantly questions the validity of Dominican-ness in the diaspora. The exhibition With One Foot Here & Another There explores the Dominican Caribbean identity and its diaspora.
May 15 —
Jun 9, 2022
340 E 64th St.
Manhattan
Opening
May 15th
6:30pm-9:00pm
Decoys
Amanda Marrè Brown

Decoys is a solo exhibition of work by Amanda Marrè Brown, whose large-scale oil paintings combine transparent layers of color with subtle and precise gradients to create phenomenological depictions of architectural space.
Jan 27 —
Jun 9, 2022
151 W 42nd St. - Lobby
Manhattan
Opening Reception
Mar 4th
6:15pm-8:00pm
Other-Worldly/Strange Beauty
Laura Powell & Justin DeMattico

Other-Wordly/ Strange Beauty is a thesis exhibition by Savannah College of Art and Design M.F.A. candidates Justin DeMattico and Laura Powell.
May 11 —
Jun 9, 2022
60 Main St., Matawan
New Jersey
Opening Reception
May 13th
6:00pm-9:00pm
In Residency at Residency Unlimited
Residency Unlimited

Residency Unlimited exhibition is a group show with current Residency Unlimited residents. Featuring works of video, sculpture, photography drawing, and painting by six international artists.
May 25 —
Jun 11, 2022
1285 2nd Avenue
Manhattan
Opening Reception
May 25th
5:00pm-8:00pm
Into the Arcana
Michelle Sakhai

Into the Arcana is a culmination of artist Michelle Sakhai's year-long project, which presents the artist’s interpretation of select Major Arcana Tarot cards. She understands Major Arcana Tarot cards as representations of the life lessons, karmic influences, and the big archetypal themes that are influencing people's life and soul’s journey to enlightenment, and introduces the cards as a means to find the most important questions in life.
Jan 26 —
Jun 12, 2022
1133 Avenue of the Americas - Lobby
Manhattan
Opening Reception
Apr 14th
6:15pm-8:00pm
Past, Present, Future
Francine Davis

Past, Present, Future is a solo exhibition of recent work by Francine Hsu Davis whose large-scale oil paintings emerged during the pandemic. In her recent work, Francine captures the rawness of the reality during lockdown and quarantine by peeling back the layers unlike her heavily layered older paintings.
Feb 2 —
Jun 15, 2022
1155 Avenue of the Americas - Lobby
Manhattan
Opening Reception
Mar 17th
6:15pm-8:00pm
Dice-dalas
Nicolas Sanin

Dice-dalas features eight paintings by Colombian artist Nicolas Sanin. According to the artist, the paintings included in Dice-dalas are a series of parallel universes of colors created by an algorithmic game of chance. Nicolas intends to challenge people's bias when they choose colors for aesthetic purposes through the way in which he makes paintings.
Jan 20 —
Jun 23, 2022
675 Third Ave - Lobby
Manhattan
Opening Reception
Mar 10th
6:15pm-8:00pm
Coast/Coast
Todd B. Richmond

COAST/COAST is a solo exhibition of paintings by Todd B. Richmond, surveying recent work created in New York and in Los Angeles. From citrus farms in Southern California to the Queensboro Bridge in New York City, these large-scale works inhabit their inspirations.
Jan 19 —
Jun 27, 2022
733 3rd Ave - Lobby
Manhattan
Opening Reception
Mar 3rd
6:15pm-8:00pm
something blue
Ella Goodine-Richardson

Ella Goodine-Richardson captures the shapes and forms of the East River at her store something blue. With a knack for working outside of the conventions of craft or discipline, Ella sews custom slips and chemisettes evoking a mixture of natural motifs and historical trends of times passed. The striking vintage silks and buttons amplify the artist’s Dionysian compositions.  
Dec 2 —
Jun 30, 2022
220 Front Street
Manhattan

Art to Ware
The Creative Cookie

Art To Ware is a pop-up that brings unique fashion finds and live clothing upcycle demonstrations to the shopping mall of the world’s busiest ground transportation terminal, The Port Authority of New York. The new retail and showcase space will feature original and one-of-a-kind fashion and accessories from independent artist brands including Ooh Baby, Bunny Shop, Googly Eye Cru, Elements by Land, Project Runway alum Epperson and upcoming designers.
Oct 15 —
Jun 30, 2022
Art to Ware
Manhattan

Urban Threads
Harlem Needle Arts

Urban Threads (UT) is a curated fiber and needle arts boutique and creative space exhibiting and selling works representing wearable art, quilt art and accessories, indie yarn, traditional African textiles i.e. adire and batik, bead art, industry publications, posters, Haitian veves and textile designs. The work of invited artists include but not limited to: Alex Reynoso, Michael Cummings, Sylvia Hernandez, Oluwaseyi Awoyomi, and Jasminea Burity.
Mar 19 —
Jun 30, 2022
1791 Lexington Ave
Manhattan
Opening Reception
Apr 23rd
1:00pm-5:00pm
Sustainable Fashion Community Center
NYC Fair Trade Coalition

Swap, Pop, & Drop-In. The NYC Fair Trade Coalition Sustainable Fashion Community Center(SFCC) in East Harlem hosts clothing swaps, in-person/virtual workshops, and member-led sales events. Stopping by the SFCC gives you a chance to clean out your closet and pick up new to you threads.
May 8 —
Jun 30, 2022
1795 Lexington Ave (1st Floor)
Manhattan

Green Space
Jae Hi Ahn

Green Space is a solo show by NYC-based artist Jae Hi Ahn. Jae Hi proposes Green Space as an attractive alternative to nature in New York City, where the pandemic has severely limited public life and access to green space more than ever. To create Green Space, she repurposes daily materials such as produce bags and plastic cups by cutting, wiring, pinning, and assembling them. Influenced by the memories of the artist from the past, Green Space displays unrealistic and fantastic imagery.
Feb 9 —
Aug 8, 2022
200 Water St. - Lobby
Manhattan

Zodiac Extended
Deming King Harriman

Zodiac Extended is the body of work based on the original Zodiac Series, a collection of digital collage portraits representing characters of the zodiac horoscope created by NYC-based artist Deming King Harriman. The original Zodiac Series was featured at the Port Authority Bus Terminal with Chashama from 2020 to 2022.
Apr 25 —
Sep 30, 2022
Port Authority Project Find Space
Manhattan

Ooh Baby By Anika
Gallery & Store

Ooh Baby by Anika will be complete with colorful murals, paintings, hand painted clothing, and accessories created solely by Anika. Each piece in the store will be a one of one item using mediums such as spray paint, acrylic, airbrush, and a sewing machine! During this year long exhibition you will find Anika sewing or painting right on the spot during store hours.
Mar 19 —
Mar 11, 2023
21 Greenwich Ave
Manhattan
Opening Reception
Mar 19th
12:00pm-9:00pm
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