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, Nov 8th, 6-10p: “Parvus Minimus” Travis S. LittleDacia Gallery, 53 Stanton St., NYCTravis’ figurative works in this exhibition explore a specific moment in time for the subject – from quiet to celebratory, and from introspective to expressive. - thru Dec 7

Opens Tonight, Nov 8th, 6-10p:

Parvus Minimus
 Travis S. Little

Dacia Gallery, 53 Stanton St., NYC

Travis’ figurative works in this exhibition explore a specific moment in time for the subject – from quiet to celebratory, and from introspective to expressive. - thru Dec 7

Opens Tomorrow, June 7, 6-10p: “Virtù” Natalie TylerDacia Gallery, 53 Stanton St., NYCthe most comprehensive exhibition to date of sculptor Natalie Tyler’s work. Virtu is defined as having an appreciation of the curio and fine art. Finding inspiration from nature’s transformations, she explores the beauty in things that are otherwise forgotten. These objects become poetic symbols to describe deeper senses of being. Birth, growth, death and regeneration are threads that run throughout her work. Using bronze and glass she archives natural forms, creating an environment of discovery and closer inspection for the viewer. - thru June 29

Opens Tomorrow, June 7, 6-10p:

Virtù
 Natalie Tyler

Dacia Gallery, 53 Stanton St., NYC

the most comprehensive exhibition to date of sculptor Natalie Tyler’s work. Virtu is defined as having an appreciation of the curio and fine art. Finding inspiration from nature’s transformations, she explores the beauty in things that are otherwise forgotten. These objects become poetic symbols to describe deeper senses of being. Birth, growth, death and regeneration are threads that run throughout her work. Using bronze and glass she archives natural forms, creating an environment of discovery and closer inspection for the viewer. - thru June 29