Upcoming exhibitions
Dusty Wright Plays Make Music New York
Dusty Wright

Dusty Wright is singer-songwriter based in New York City. His brand of Americana music includes touches of psychedelic and indie rock. His influences include everyone from Ryan Adams to Warren Zevon. He’s currently working on his 7th album entitled Gliding Towards Oblivion.
Jun 21 —
Jun 21, 2018
Anita's Way - 137 W 42nd Street
Manhattan
Performance
Jun 21st
6:00pm-7:00pm
Singer - Songwriter - Superhero at Make Music New York
Roquois

Singer, Songwriter and Superhero Roquois will be performing live at Anita's Way in Times Square, NYC as a part of Make Music New York. Roquois plans to bring a melodic pop vibe from DC to NYC. Her eclectic sound has been featured in shows such as Orange is the New Black, The Fosters, Switched at Birth and Odd Mom Out.
Jun 21 —
Jun 21, 2018
Anita's Way - 137 W 42nd Street
Manhattan
Performance
Jun 21st
11:00am-12:00pm
The O'Duo plays Make Music New York!
O'Duo

O'Duo is a father-son acoustic duo playing rock and bluegrass tunes with a focus on improvisation.
Jun 21 —
Jun 21, 2018
Anita's Way - 137 W 42nd Street
Manhattan
Performance
Jun 21st
1:15pm-2:00pm
Jeff Baker Sounds at Make Music New York
Jeff Baker Sounds

Jeff Baker Sounds is an independent solo artist from Chicago, Illinois. His recordings are a unique blend of acoustic singer-songwriter melodies and electronic elements that are sampled and created within Pro Tools.
Jun 21 —
Jun 21, 2018
Anita's Way - 137 W 42nd Street
Manhattan
Performance
Jun 21st
4:45pm-5:45pm
Jonny Kt plays Make Music New York!
Jonny Kt

Jonny Kt performs a blend of original acoustic soul influenced by the powerful & honest melodic depth of pure vocal emotion.
Jun 21 —
Jun 21, 2018
Anita's Way - 137 W 42nd Street
Manhattan
Performance
Jun 21st
2:15pm-3:15pm
Surreal City
Ella Varvio

Ella Varvio is an artist-designer working with illustration, ceramics and glass. Varvio’s glass art explores different variations of Graal technique: engraving, prints and air bubbles trapped inside layers of glass. The technique creates a sense of depth and a peek into another world. Varvio aspires to create surreal scenes that do not reveal everything in one look. Her art takes inspiration from folklore, myths, literature and comic art.
Jun 20 —
Jun 24, 2018
266 W 37th Street
Manhattan
Opening Reception
Jun 20th
6:00pm-8:00pm
90 Minutes
Sarah Rose

The research for 90 Minutes begins with a question about habit. Why do certain movement pathways, spatial choices, and timing structures recur for me? Do I need to override them?
Jun 26 —
Jun 28, 2018
Urban Garden Room at One Bryant Park
Performance
Jun 26th
8:15pm-9:45pm
Nomad Sanctuary
Julio Austria

In Nomad Sanctuary, Julio Austria showcases his unique viewpoint on migration, particularly topics such as diaspora and displacement in the context of urban living, using the vehicles of conceptual art and traditional paintings.
Jul 4 —
Jul 22, 2018
One Brooklyn Bridge Park
Brooklyn
Opening Reception
Jul 8th
3:00pm-7:00pm
SAFETY FIRST: Sacrifices made in the name of security in the early 21st century
Asha Ganpat

Asha Ganpat turns a mirror toward the state of privacy today. During the four week project, Ganpat presents a live streaming feed, 24/7, of the activity in the gallery.
Jul 7 —
Aug 5, 2018
Matawan
New Jersey
Opening Reception
Jul 7th
5:00pm-9:00pm
Current exhibitions
Where Are You REALLY From?
James Chan

Where Are You Really From? is an ongoing research/art project where artist James Chan attempts to learn more about his family history, starting with his dad's side.

The discoveries, family stories, musings, and difficulties encountered during the project are presented in the form of illustrations and paintings.
Jun 6 —
Jun 23, 2018
384 Broadway
Manhattan
Opening Reception
Jun 6th
6:00pm-9:00pm
How We Make It and Survive While Trying
Kenneth E. Parris III

Struggling for an extraordinary and peaceful life

Referencing concepts of self-determination, Protestant work ethic, and divine providence, Parris' series of mixed media paintings and watercolors challenges whether these beliefs contribute more to improving our lives or maintaining inequality.
Jun 7 —
Jun 24, 2018
One Brooklyn Bridge Park
Brooklyn
Opening Reception
Jun 7th
6:00pm-9:00pm
Enchanted Islands
Jill Slaymaker

Combining mostly nature-based, fragmented “puzzle piece” images (from sketchbooks, photos, imagination and the outdoors), Slaymaker creates relationships between disparate elements, always looking for connections. “I’m attempting to confirm the concept from Western physics and Eastern philosophy that all phenomena are interdependent and interconnected. Fritjof Capra's writings on chaos theory are especially fascinating to me. He explains that, thanks to advanced computer technology, the movement of clouds, fire, falling leaves and other forms of motion in nature previously thought to be somewhat random or 'chaotic,’ are actually measurable and have very similar mathematical patterns.”
May 2 —
Jun 26, 2018
Port Authority - 549 Ninth Ave
Manhattan
Viewable starting
May 2nd
10:00am-10:00am
Blue and White Impressions II
Hyobin Kwon

Drawing from historical documents, records and pictures of cultural relics, Kwon's paintings analyze the art and history of blue and white porcelain in China and Korea. Through comparisons of China and Korea’s blue and white porcelain, she distinguishes differences between the two countries’ aesthetic consciousnesses and artistic characteristics, and other relevant questions.
Jun 14 —
Jul 9, 2018
7 East 14th St
Manhattan
Opening Reception
Jun 14th
6:00pm-9:00pm
Little Known Factors
Beth Livensperger

Little Known Factors depicts situations in which figures are constricted or hemmed in by overbearing elements around them. Fences, gates, menacing vehicles, and oversized architecture restrict the agency of characters within the paintings. The tension between figures and these familiar yet subtly antagonistic environments suggests instability within our bedrock institutions.
May 17 —
Jul 17, 2018
7 East 14th St
Manhattan
Opening Reception
May 17th
6:00pm-9:00pm
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 diverges from a language of pragmatism and precision, and uses tilt and tinge to evoke a sense of hope. Suggestive abstraction endows the viewer with prospect and possibility, entrusting that implication will arouse contemplation to enable unique flights into self-reflection and sentiment. She works in mixed media, including pastels, watercolors, acrylics, metal leaf, and glass crystals, and she employs unusual materials, such as mascara.
May 17 —
Jul 17, 2018
7 East 14th St
Manhattan
Opening Reception
May 17th
6:00pm-9:00pm
Bridging The Gap NYC
Anthony Rodriguez

Bridging the Gap NYC is a performance-based outdoor cultural experience in NYC with a focus on healthy lifestyles.
May 30 —
Jul 25, 2018
Anita's Way - 137 W 42nd Street
Manhattan
Performance
May 30th
4:00pm-7:00pm
CHUS BURÉS—Visions of Design
Chus Burés

An exhibition and pop up store of artisan jewelry by Chus Burés.
Jun 1 —
Jul 28, 2018
485 Madison Ave
Manhattan

Light Leaves
Jannell Turner

Jannell Turner is interested in sublime encounters and the beauty of the botanical world. Her Light Leaves series provides an entry point into abstract painting and metaphysical thinking. By leveraging recent scientific understanding of plants—heliotropic bending and electromagnetic sensing—Turner is able to imagine how plants "see" in ways that humans cannot. The result is a shared experience of wonder towards life.
Apr 26 —
Jul 29, 2018
1133 Sixth Ave Lobby
Manhattan
Reception for the Artist
Apr 26th
6:00pm-8:00pm
Trouble Everyday
Heidi Johnson

Johnson’s paintings are about seeing oneself be devoured happily by everything happening at once, in real time, in cyber space, and in one’s interior emotional space. The work is a reaction to an urban life that is both surreal and removed.
May 30 —
Sep 5, 2018
733 3rd Ave Lobby

May 30th
8:00am-7:00pm
American Dream
Sabrina Puppin

Sabrina Puppin uses the visual languages of color, shape, and form to create compositions in which the world, as it is regularly seen and known, begins to dematerialize. Her work is characterized by her intuitive and loose paint handling, spontaneous expression and controlled process, which immerses the viewer in illusionist space.
Jun 14 —
Sep 18, 2018
675 Third Avenue Lobby

Jun 14th
8:00am-8:00am
Nostalgia
Pajtim Osmanaj

Inspired by his birthplace, Kosovo, Pajtim Osmanaj’s most recent work is a representation of the landscapes of his youth.
May 31 —
Oct 31, 2018
4 Times Square Lobby

May 31st
8:00am-7:00pm
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