Upcoming exhibitions
Romancing Sustainability: Figuring Change
ChaNorth Alumni

Romancing Sustainability: Figuring Change is a selected Group Show, featuring the diverse work of alumni of our ChaNorth residency program curated by Peter Fulop, and his assistant curator ChaNorth Residency Director Brigitta Varadi.
Oct 31 —
Nov 14, 2020
340 E 64th St.
Opening reception
Oct 31st
Let Me Count the Ways I Love You
Lily Rosen

The fascination of dreams and memory is featured at the forefront of Lily Rosen's most recent body of work, and its representation is on par with other elements outlined in the textile pieces: joyful, naive, and cheeky.  This earthly garden of Eden is full of humor, as the artist manages to show nude bodies with the same delicate casualness as any other living being or object depicted in the work.  Without exploitation or shame, the playful scenes invite the viewer to enjoy and to nurture one's interior world.  
Oct 26 —
Nov 16, 2020
266 W 37th St.

Current exhibitions
by The Art Students League of New York

In its first Exhibition Outreach show with Chashama, The Art Students League of New York presents: Fantasia.

Fantasia is an eclectic series of works by League students working across a range of media. This show’s mixture of forms, like its musical namesake, celebrates spontaneity and the gathering of distinct styles to create harmony. This year's global health emergency has greatly impacted artists but has not drained their inspiration nor halted their practices. As the city slowly starts to reawaken, we invite you into the imaginations of artists who have continued composing through the pandemic.
Sep 1 —
Oct 30, 2020
1 Brooklyn Bridge Park

Intersections: The Union Square Show
Equity Gallery

The works in this exhibition aim to forge new narratives, conversations and formalist connections. Hence the show is diverse and representative of a myriad of expressions with undeniable currents that connect the artists to each other and to a community of viewers.
Oct 10 —
Oct 31, 2020
7 E 14th St.
Priority Viewing
Oct 10th
There Is Too Much to Discuss
Lee Russell Holin

As a lifelong New Yorker and street artist for over a decade, Lee Holin has been able to witness first-hand the rapidly shifting landscape and expedited gentrification occurring in every usable corner of post-9/11 Manhattan and its surrounding boroughs. From SoHo to Brownsville, spaces once adorned with graffiti and urban art representing the voice of a neighborhood began to vanish, and along with them the inhabitants who could no longer afford to live there. 
Jan 23 —
Nov 1, 2020
1155 Avenue of the Americas - Lobby
Opening Reception
Jan 30th
New Paintings
David Bender

The complex interconnectedness of everything. It's a pretty grandiose statement, but it's really just another way of saying that we are all connected; made from the same stuff that formed our Sun, Earth and the rest of the universe. The group of paintings that will be exhibited are about his presence in the universe.
Jan 21 —
Nov 1, 2020
1133 Avenue of the Americas - Lobby
Opening Reception
Jan 23rd
Sonic Sunlight
Sasha vom Dorp

Vom Dorp brings you evidence of a minute history, in which no instance is petty and every instant too complex to perceive in its entirety. A moment is all time, an atom the universe. These photographs aim to capture the beauty and turmoil that occurs inside the most pedestrian events. Sunlight bounces on water, sound waves march toward oblivion.
Jan 16 —
Nov 1, 2020
675 Third Ave - Lobby

Natalia Wróbel

In her paintings, Natalia Wróbel creates portals into liminal realms beyond our physical world.  Wróbel references ancient architecture, elements from nature, musical harmony and dissonance, neural networks, and mindfulness philosophy to elicit imagined, meditative pseudo-landscapes.
Jan 9 —
Nov 1, 2020
151 W 42nd St. - Lobby
Opening Reception
Jan 16th
9 Months 2 Seasons
Myke Karlowski

Myke Karlowski’s work focuses on the passage of time and his own experiences with time-space synesthesia. The palette throughout the work translates moments and units of time into color. Routine layering and manipulation of the painting surface further exposes each piece to time through accumulation and erosion. Each painting is a journal of real and personal events and an artifact reflecting its own history of development.
Jan 14 —
Nov 1, 2020
733 3rd Ave - Lobby

Abby Cheney

Container is an exhibition of paintings and sculptures by Brooklyn-based artist Abby Cheney. Her works, made from recycled cardboard, paper pulp, and found materials, explore the power of common objects in our everyday lives and memories. Cheney draws inspiration from decorative trends and domestic spaces to create surfaces layered with pattern and texture. Through weaving paper and cardboard, she constructs precarious and humorous forms referencing materials found in the home. Container investigates how we use emotion to assign value to objects and spaces regardless of material worth.
Sep 30 —
Nov 2, 2020
320 W 23rd St.
Closing Reception
Oct 30th
Matthew Morrocco
presented by The Olympia Project

The Port Authority Bus Terminal, Chashama and The Olympia Project will present Orchid.Seasons, a selection of photographs by Matthew Morrocco at the Port Authority Bus Terminal’s “Project Find” space on 9th Avenue between 40th and 41st Streets in Hell’s Kitchen, New York City. The work will be viewable starting the evening of October 10.
Oct 11 —
Nov 2, 2020
Port Authority Project Find Space

VOYEUR: The Windows of Toulouse-Lautrec
Bated Breath Theatre Company

VOYEUR: THE WINDOWS OF TOULOUSE-LAUTREC invites you to peer through the windows of old Paris, where unexpected moments of art, beauty, and seduction await you during this pandemic-friendly theatrical walking tour. In this open-air, intimate theatrical experience, you and five other masked audience members will be guided through the dreams of iconic artist Toulouse-Lautrec as he recalls his final absinthe-laced years living and working in Montmartre.
Sep 30 —
Nov 7, 2020
21 Greenwich Ave

Black Live/Black Matters
curated by Laura James and featuring work by Moses Ros, Evan Bishop, and Alexis Mendoza

Black Lives/Black Matters is an installation that celebrates the worldwide BLM movement and acknowledges this unique moment in our nation’s history, where issues of racism are being brought out into the open. For the fourth presentation in this series, the three selected artists will use paper as their main medium to create a site-specific window installation.
Oct 5 —
Nov 30, 2020
1 Fordham Plaza

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