nyc art scene

a carefully curated calendar & cumulative catalog of new york city's most interesting art exhibitions and events. hand picked by Arthur Seen & Team

Opens Tonight, July 11, 6-8p: “People Who Work Here” curated by Rawson ProjectsDavid Zwirner Gallery, 525 W29th St., NYCthe show bridges the emerging and established gallery scenes, two sides of the art world that are commonly thought of as isolated from one another. In turn, it plays on notions of inside and outside, art and work, center and periphery, while at the same time testifying to the interconnectedness of the New York art world and the relationships that exist between new and established artists and galleries in Brooklyn and Manhattan.Participating artists present work across a broad spectrum of media, including painting, drawing, sculpture, and installation. They include Cy Amundson, Justin Davis Anderson, Ben Berlow, Josh Brown, Aidan Sofia Earle, Joel Fennell, Brent Harada, Sam Martineau, Chris Medina, Dave Miko, Clive Murphy, Liz Nielsen, David Ording, Justin Phillipson, Ramon Silva, and Aengus Woods with John Holten. - Aug 10

Opens Tonight, July 11, 6-8p:

People Who Work Here
 curated by Rawson Projects

David Zwirner Gallery, 525 W29th St., NYC

the show bridges the emerging and established gallery scenes, two sides of the art world that are commonly thought of as isolated from one another. In turn, it plays on notions of inside and outside, art and work, center and periphery, while at the same time testifying to the interconnectedness of the New York art world and the relationships that exist between new and established artists and galleries in Brooklyn and Manhattan.

Participating artists present work across a broad spectrum of media, including painting, drawing, sculpture, and installation. They include Cy Amundson, Justin Davis Anderson, Ben Berlow, Josh Brown, Aidan Sofia Earle, Joel Fennell, Brent Harada, Sam Martineau, Chris Medina, Dave Miko, Clive Murphy, Liz Nielsen, David Ording, Justin Phillipson, Ramon Silva, and Aengus Woods with John Holten. - Aug 10

Opens Tonight, Jan 7, 6-8p:”Connected” Ben Berlow, Mel Bernstine, Léonie Guyer, Bobbie Oliver, Sherman Sam with a selection of anonymous Tantra paintingsFeature Inc., 131 Allen St., NYC (bt Delancey & Rivington)Tantra Paintings on found paper are made anonymously in India (especially in Rajasthan) by practitioners of Tantrism to represent and embody fundamental aspects of Tantra, a vast and complex spiritual and philosophical practice."Connected" is an exhibtion of works on paper by five artists whose work has been influenced by the these anonymous Tantra paintings.

Opens Tonight, Jan 7, 6-8p:

Connected
 Ben Berlow, Mel Bernstine, Léonie Guyer, Bobbie Oliver, Sherman Sam
 with a selection of anonymous Tantra paintings

Feature Inc., 131 Allen St., NYC (bt Delancey & Rivington)

Tantra Paintings on found paper are made anonymously in India (especially in Rajasthan) by practitioners of Tantrism to represent and embody fundamental aspects of Tantra, a vast and complex spiritual and philosophical practice.

"Connected" is an exhibtion of works on paper by five artists whose work has been influenced by the these anonymous Tantra paintings.