Current exhibitions
VIGIL: Prayers of Healing for the Living and the Dead
Cilla Vee

Over the month of July, interdisciplinary artist Cilla Vee will conduct a thirty-day series of performative prayer meditations in response to the recent global traumas of pandemic and violence.
VIGIL: Prayers of Healing for the Living and the Dead will take form in installation, dance and movement, sound and music, writing, drawing, painting, and sometimes in quiet stillness and contemplation.
Jul 1 —
Jul 31, 2020
1 Brooklyn Bridge Park

Curated by Young Jeon

AHL Foundation is proud to showcase its first virtual exhibition, Homecoming, jointly presented with Chashama. Curated by Young Jeon, an AHL foundation curatorial fellow, this group exhibition presents the work of eight female Korean artists from New York and Seoul: Liz Ahn, Sanga Han, Annette Hur, Jisook Kim, Joeun Kim Aatchim, Sarah Lee, Jean Oh, and Kigin Yang.

This virtual exhibition will be shown from July 1 to July 31, 2020, viewable here.
Jul 1 —
Jul 31, 2020
An online Space for Artists

Beauty five New York City
by Sir Shadow

Over the month of July and August, Sir Shadow will transform Chasham's space into an immersive open studio. Sir Shadow’s plan is to bring joy to the world and the young through his own personal greatness as he sets an example for others to give and touch the hearts and souls of others. By filling the gallery walls with 25 years of artwork, Sir Shadow will be bringing beauty to our recovering New York City.
Jul 7 —
Sep 7, 2020
21 Greenwich Ave

by Sarah Nagle

“Devotion” is a durational visual performance in three movements. Designed for ChaShaMa’s Space to Present storefront gallery at 266 West 37th Street, “Devotion” is a public art project made possible by ChaShaMa’s Enlivening NYC Grant and The New York State Council on the Arts.
Jul 7 —
Sep 7, 2020
266 W 37th St.

By Vanessa Long Dance Company

Roominating is a window installation and contemporary dance performance series that explores our collective experience through the current pandemic. The exhibition presents rotating contemporary dance performances aimed to provoke feelings, stimulate the senses, and activate the mind. The dancers will interact with passers-by creating multiple immersive installations focusing on work tackling social, environmental, and political issues we face in everyday life. 
Jul 1 —
Sep 7, 2020
320 W 23rd St.

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