Upcoming exhibitions
Laurie Rosenwald + Anders Wenngren

This art is a vote for beauty, for intelligence, for the sublime power of pure color. Aren’t we lucky to be able to see? Perhaps the most radical thing we can be in these dark times is cheerful.
Feb 22 —
Mar 18, 2019
21 Greenwich Ave
Private View (Reception)
Feb 22nd
Transform: Moving Past Fear Towards Beauty
Ellen Hanauer

Ellen Hanauer’s exhibition of projected images and neon sculpture depicts the emotional balance of fear and desire for joy. The human condition of loss leaves scars behind — scars that produce fear of returning to the darkness. Through this exhibition, Hanauer teeters between fear and the universal desire for joyfulness, discovery and creative potential.
Mar 3 —
Mar 27, 2019
New Jersey
Opening Reception and Artist Talk
Mar 3rd
Double Negative
Darling Green

Double Negative consists entirely of works made with words and words made with works. It is an exhibition about miscommunication, logical fallacies and the failure of language to structurally disclose precision/ambiguity and it brings together a diverse group of artists, writers and performers who are working around these themes.
Mar 5 —
Mar 31, 2019
320 West 23rd St
Mar 5th
A Girl Mad as Birds (Has Come to Share My Room)
Cheryl Parry

This exhibit is the second part of an ongoing work-in-progress that explores the commonly held belief in 19th century psychiatry that women were predisposed to madness.
Apr 5 —
Apr 28, 2019
266 W 37th Street

Current exhibitions
Pest in the Garden
Jennie Thwing

Pest in the Garden is an installation featuring a cut-paper animated garden and wall mural. In the animation, a garden grows as insect-humans emerge from flowers. The animation hints at man’s love for nature and resulting parasitic tendencies. It is also a metaphor for the relationship between parents and their children.
Feb 2 —
Feb 22, 2019
One Brooklyn Bridge Park
Opening Reception
Feb 9th
Karen Bernard

Wearing a vintage style bathing suit and sunglasses, ground breaking multi-disciplinary artist Karen Bernard creates a heightened performance from mundane activities and images as she grapples with memory, loss, acceptance and mortality.
Feb 7 —
Feb 23, 2019
320 West 23rd St
Feb 14th
Visual Meditations
Sabrina Puppin

Sabrina Puppin’s work is an abstract visual interpretation of reality in which she attempts to understand and appreciate abstraction as a phenomenon perception and inclusion in reality, where each and every perception by anyone is a valid attempt to understand the truth. Perception based on abstract interpretation is an intrinsic part of reality, not a false image imposed upon it.
Jan 26 —
Feb 23, 2019
485 Madison Ave
Opening Reception
Jan 26th
Bowery Days
Justin Wood

Inspired by the history of 222 Bowery, Wood is creating new projection-mapped installation based on Mark Rothko's Seagram Paintings as well as a new iteration of March Towards Extinction, a video-mapped installation built out of wreckage from Hurricane Irma.
Feb 12 —
Feb 23, 2019
222 Bowery
Artist's Reception
Feb 16th
Valentine’s Day Headquarters
Flowers, Plants, Art & More!

A cozy pop up of flowers and fine art.
Feb 10 —
Feb 25, 2019
7 East 14th St

Shifting Coastlines
Karen Fitzgerald

The piece on display, Pearl, was produced as a suite of 6 sixty-inch-diameter paintings for a collaboration with composer Charlie Griffin called Shifting Coastlines. The title of the suite as a whole suggests to the viewer that they can perceive the edges of the shell as moving and shifting—certainly this is a pertinent idea as our coastlines literally shift and change with climate change.
Nov 13 —
Feb 28, 2019

Marcia Haufrecht

The subway experience is filled with a myriad variety of people, color, and shapes that calls out to be explored. In her travels in the subways, Marcia Haufrecht has photographed some of what she sees, and then re-lives the experience as she puts oil paint to canvas. Haufrecht hopes that these paintings will re-awaken in the viewer an experience of their own.
Feb 18 —
Mar 18, 2019
266 W 37th Street
Opening Reception
Feb 22nd
beautiful furniture reimagined from old wood and metal
mebl | Transforming Furniture

This showcase is presented by mebl | Transforming Furniture, a new social enterprise, with a previous exhibit held at Chashama's 470 Vanderbilt. mebl’s passion is beautiful high-quality furniture, handcrafted from old used wood and metal. They promote talented furniture-makers and encourage more sustainable practices across the industry. Their aim is to bust through narrow perceptions of “reclaimed wood furniture,” expand this marketplace, and make you and the artisans really happy.
May 17 —
Mar 18, 2019
7 East 14th St

Jason A. Cina

As a painter Jason works unwittingly opposite against a crisp photographic viewpoint resulting in reactionary arrays of color and reliance on rudimentary forms; elemental materials weathered and decayed outlined with an artificial vibrancy.
Jan 23 —
Apr 30, 2019
Lobby - 733 3rd Ave

Organic Fantasia
Elizabeth Knowles

Utilizing a variety of media, Elizabeth Knowles’ work reveals both static and dynamic patterns in nature recurring on different scales of perception. This exploration of natural patterns connects landscapes and life forms, physiology and physics, death and detritus, growth and form.
Jan 24 —
Apr 30, 2019
Lobby - 675 Third Avenue

Sun Through Rainfall
Madeleine Schachter

Madeleine Schachter’s art traverses a journey to lightness, comprised of subtle palettes imbued with glints of gilded tones. Each piece implies movement, infused with buoyancy and sensation that defies pragmatism and precision, and uses tilt and tinge to evoke a sense of hope.
Jan 30 —
May 1, 2019
Lobby - 1155 Avenue of the Americas
Mar 21st
Mother Earth Aqua
Anthony Horth

Renowned international fashion photographer, Anthony Horth explores beauty beyond the material as he captures the world’s landscapes with his photo series, Mother Earth AQUA.
Jan 16 —
May 6, 2019
Lobby - 1133 Avenue of the Americas
Mar 14th
Crafty Collusion
Christina Massey

In a world that wants quick sound bites, these works are complicated. They are simultaneously painting and sculpture, craft and fine art and they even appear both soft and sharp at the same time.
Jan 16 —
May 28, 2019
Lobby - 151 West 42nd Street
Jan 24th
Diamond District Windows
Alícia Degener, Ann Tarantino, Jisook Kim, and the Lower Eastside Girls Club

The windows of a vacant Diamond District storefront, transformed with site-specific works.
Dec 21 —
Jun 16, 2019
Diamond District Windows

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