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, Aug 16, 6-9p: “The Double Dirty Dozen”Freight + Volume Gallery, 530 W24th St., NYClarge group exhibition about the quest for freedom of expression – sexual, intellectual, spiritual, political - and ultimately salvation through making art. - thru Sept 22Artists: Michael Anderson, David Baskin, Chris Biddy, Ion Birch, Paul Brainard, Shiva Burgos, Richard Butler, Francesco Civetta aka DJ CASH, Andy Cross, Jules De Balincourt, Erik Den Breejen, Kent Dorn, Joel Dugan, Austin Eddy, Johnston Foster, Rebecca Goyette, Duncan Hannah, Daniel Heidkamp, David Humphrey, George Jenne / Damian Stamer, Aaron Johnson, Ezra Johnson, Misaki Kawai, Kevin Kay, David Kramer, Maria Kreyn, Hye Rim Lee, Travis Lindquist, Noah Lyon, Panni Malekzadeh, Andrea Mary Marshall, Taylor McKimens, Greg Miller, Jazz-minh Moore, Joe Heaps Nelson, Lance Rautzhan, Max Razdow, Tom Sanford, Bill Saylor, Kristen Schiele, Ryan Schneider, Andrew Smenos, Emet Sosna, Jennifer Sullivan, Ulrike Theusner, Russell Tyler, Eric White, Genevieve White, Kelli Williams and Nicole Wittenberg.

Opens Tonight, Aug 16, 6-9p:

The Double Dirty Dozen

Freight + Volume Gallery, 530 W24th St., NYC

large group exhibition about the quest for freedom of expression – sexual, intellectual, spiritual, political - and ultimately salvation through making art. - thru Sept 22

Artists: Michael Anderson, David Baskin, Chris Biddy, Ion Birch, Paul Brainard, Shiva Burgos, Richard Butler, Francesco Civetta aka DJ CASH, Andy Cross, Jules De Balincourt, Erik Den Breejen, Kent Dorn, Joel Dugan, Austin Eddy, Johnston Foster, Rebecca Goyette, Duncan Hannah, Daniel Heidkamp, David Humphrey, George Jenne / Damian Stamer, Aaron Johnson, Ezra Johnson, Misaki Kawai, Kevin Kay, David Kramer, Maria Kreyn, Hye Rim Lee, Travis Lindquist, Noah Lyon, Panni Malekzadeh, Andrea Mary Marshall, Taylor McKimens, Greg Miller, Jazz-minh Moore, Joe Heaps Nelson, Lance Rautzhan, Max Razdow, Tom Sanford, Bill Saylor, Kristen Schiele, Ryan Schneider, Andrew Smenos, Emet Sosna, Jennifer Sullivan, Ulrike Theusner, Russell Tyler, Eric White, Genevieve White, Kelli Williams and Nicole Wittenberg.

Just Opened: “Pothole”David Altmejd, Huma Bhabha, Joe Bradley, Jules de Balincourt, Jason Fox, Daniel Hesidence, Sarah Lucas, Julie Mehretu, Sterling Ruby, and Dana SchutzSalon 94 Bowery, 243 Bowery, NYCThe artists featured in Pothole have assumed a 21st century virtual form, crossing cities and borders. While many are friends and former classmates, others share an artistic dialogue through viewing one another’s work in exhibitions or following their moves online. Although their practices are diverse, they live in different cities and are not regularly in exhibitions together, their work nonetheless has certain commonalities including a strong emotive or expressionist sensibility as well as an attraction to untraditional, handmade and often “low” materials. Pothole celebrates these ten artists as colleagues and friends. - July 6

Just Opened:

Pothole

David Altmejd, Huma Bhabha, Joe Bradley, Jules de Balincourt, Jason Fox, Daniel Hesidence, Sarah Lucas, Julie Mehretu, Sterling Ruby, and Dana Schutz

Salon 94 Bowery, 243 Bowery, NYC

The artists featured in Pothole have assumed a 21st century virtual form, crossing cities and borders. While many are friends and former classmates, others share an artistic dialogue through viewing one another’s work in exhibitions or following their moves online. Although their practices are diverse, they live in different cities and are not regularly in exhibitions together, their work nonetheless has certain commonalities including a strong emotive or expressionist sensibility as well as an attraction to untraditional, handmade and often “low” materials. Pothole celebrates these ten artists as colleagues and friends. - July 6