Upcoming exhibitions
Various Vignettes
Variety Pack Collective

Join Variety Pack Collective for their New York City debut, presenting both digital and live performances. Various Vignettes showcases daily routines of being both an artist and individual, and events that occur when these intertwine.
Aug 25 —
Aug 26, 2022
137 W 42nd St. - Anita's Way
Manhattan

Liberi Fatali - The Guardians
Farhana Akhter

Liberi Fatali - The Guardians presents the body of work inspired by the environment as an embodiment or reflection of ourselves.
Aug 20 —
Sep 22, 2022
1155 Avenue of the Americas
Manhattan
Opening Reception
Aug 20th
6:00pm-9:00pm
David and Katie Get Re-Married
Project Y Theatre

An unhinged musical comedy written and performed by David Carl and Katie Hartman.
Sep 9 —
Oct 1, 2022
320 W 23rd St.
Manhattan

Current exhibitions
Plungers
Matt Jackson

Plungers is a new group exhibition curated by Matt Jackson featuring 12 diverse artists inspired by and embedded with surfing culture in America. With equal parts grit and breeze, the exhibition features paintings, sculpture, and photographic works that embrace the individualism and free-spirited lifestyle of wave riding today.
Aug 4 —
Aug 20, 2022
320 W 23rd St.
Manhattan
Opening Reception
Aug 4th
6:00pm-9:00pm
Pop-up Store
CTBT Studio

CTBT Studio is a sustainable unisex streetwear brand that creates colorful, clean, and cool streetwear for young adults.
Jul 10 —
Aug 22, 2022
7 E 14th St.
Manhattan
Opening Reception
Jul 10th
6:00pm-9:00pm
Caribbean Summer
Delvin Lugo

Caribbean Summer is a solo exhibition of works by Delvin Lugo exploring and celebrating the LGBTQ+ community of Santo Domingo. After having left the Dominican Republic at the age of 12, Lugo was drawn to learn and explore how current queer existence is lived in the capital city.
Jul 2 —
Aug 27, 2022
High Line Nine
Manhattan
Opening Reception
Jul 21st
6:00pm-8:00pm
Book Related
Sheryl Oppenheim

Book Related is an exhibition of marbled papers and collages by Sheryl Oppenheim. As part of the exhibition, a section of the space will feature a rotating mini-exhibition of independent publishers.
Jul 5 —
Aug 28, 2022
High Line Nine
Manhattan
Opening Reception
Jul 21st
6:00pm-8:00pm
No Body
Saki Sato, ChaNorth Solo Show Awardee

No Body by Saki Sato is a survey of the artist’s recent work, from ceramic sculpture to digital video, connected by the concept of alternate or absent human forms.
Aug 11 —
Aug 28, 2022
1 Brooklyn Bridge Park
Brooklyn
Opening Reception
Aug 11th
5:00pm-9:00pm
Old Talks with New Icons
Philip A. Robinson Jr.

Designers and fabricators pull their inspiration from multiple cultures, demographics, environments, and elements. But depending on where you grew up, your culture, your religion, you may have not been introduced to a certain type of cloth, material or attire. These sculptures will allow the viewer to envision/re-invent themselves. They will serve as a conduit to the past as well as the future.
Jul 5 —
Aug 28, 2022
High Line Nine
Manhattan
Opening Reception
Jul 21st
6:00pm-8:00pm
Identities in Thread
Sebastien Courty

Textile has long been an essential component of the human experience since the beginning of civilization. Fascinated by the diversity of craftsmanship and versatility textiles offer, Sebastien Courty’s art is in principle a decorative art approach. The play of texture, material and colour permits him to reinvent his craft through traditional and ancient techniques such as hand weaving or thread-drawing.
Jul 4 —
Aug 28, 2022
High Line Nine
Manhattan
Opening Reception
Jul 21st
6:00pm-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 —
Aug 31, 2022
220 Front Street
Manhattan

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 —
Aug 31, 2022
1795 Lexington Ave (1st Floor)
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 —
Aug 31, 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 —
Aug 31, 2022
1791 Lexington Ave
Manhattan
Opening Reception
Apr 23rd
1:00pm-5:00pm
Dancing for Rain
Malik Tricoche

Drawing upon a collective history of the use of dance and movement as a spiritual access point Dancing for Rain poetically juxtaposes Malik’s utilization of motion to achieve flow state while painting, not only dancing in front of the canvas but with the canvas, rotating each work 360 degrees and painting from every direction.
Aug 12 —
Sep 3, 2022
227 West 29th Street
Manhattan
Opening Reception
Aug 12th
6:00pm-9:00pm
Clothes: Minded and Repurposed
Isabel Varela

Sustainable multidisciplinary artist Isabel Varela will host her second solo art exhibition, Clothes: Minded and Repurposed, exposing audiences to the dangers of waste and excess in the fashion industry and how her personal experiences helped shape her current position as a passionate environmental activist.
Aug 11 —
Sep 23, 2022
1285 2nd Avenue
Manhattan
Opening Reception
Aug 11th
5:30pm-8:00pm
Art to Ware

Explore a carefully curated selection of one-of-a-kind garments and accessories created from upcycled materials, showcasing the latest designs from up-and-coming talents, hand selected by A2W founder and fashion influencer, Lesley Ware.
Jul 18 —
Sep 30, 2022
The Oculus
Manhattan
Opening Reception
Aug 11th
4:00pm-8:00pm
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

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
6:00pm-8:00pm
Past, Present, Future
Francine Hsu 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 in her heavily layered older paintings.
Jun 27 —
Nov 7, 2022
733 3rd Ave - Lobby
Manhattan
Opening Reception
Jul 15th
6:00pm-8:00pm
MESH
Tom McFarland

MESH is a solo show by Brooklyn-based artist Tom McFarland, featuring his string paintings and his mesh works.
Jun 24 —
Nov 10, 2022
675 Third Ave - Lobby
Manhattan
Opening Reception
Jul 14th
6:00pm-8:00pm
Interworlding
Blakelee Pieroni

Interworlding is a solo exhibition by NYC-based artist Blakelee Pieroni. The exhibition features a collection of works that were conceptualized and born during the Covid-19 pandemic. Blakelee uses large-scale canvases and immersive media to express a variety of reactions within this unprecedented time.
Jun 29 —
Nov 14, 2022
1133 Avenue of the Americas - Lobby
Manhattan
Opening Reception
Jul 22nd
6:00pm-8:00pm
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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