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, Wed, Jan 29, 6-8p:

Interior Dialogue
 Karen Heagle, Lonnie Holley, Sarah Kurz, Matvey Levenstein

Sargent’s Daughters Gallery, 179 East Broadway, NYC

“Unlike a grand landscape, which transports us with an expansive view of the world, the works drawing on interior spaces open the conversation to the places man has built, both in the physical and spiritual realms. Interior Dialogue opens the conversation between four artists whose works address the world immediately surrounding us, and take inspiration from the inside out.”

pictured:
Karen Heagle, Hearts the Cat with Yams, 2013
Karen Heagle, Rabbit, Copperpot, Lava Lamp, 2011

Opens Tonight, July 11, 6-9p: “Shake The Dust Off”
Thomas Beale, Karen Heagle, Erik Jeor, Michael Kagan, Jason McLean, Brian Montuori, Jennifer Catron & Paul Outlaw, Jennifer Riley, Jeremy WillisAllegra LaViola Gallery, 179 East Broadway, NYCSpecial musical performance by Erik Jeor at 7PM,  

Opens Tonight, July 11, 6-9p:

Shake The Dust Off


Thomas Beale, Karen Heagle, Erik Jeor, Michael Kagan, Jason McLean, Brian Montuori, Jennifer Catron & Paul Outlaw, Jennifer Riley, Jeremy Willis

Allegra LaViola Gallery, 179 East Broadway, NYC

Special musical performance by Erik Jeor at 7PM,
 

Continues through October 29th:
  Karen Heagle "Let Nature Take Its Course and Hope It Passes" 
I-20 Gallery - 557 W23rd St, NYCa new series of acrylic and mixed-media paintings on paper.
"In these works Heagle references Dutch and Flemish genre and still life painting, as well as the work of the French painter Jean-Baptise-Siméon Chardin. Mimicking the tradition of vanitas still lifes, Heagle incorporates fish, game and kitchen ephemera in her own work to allude to ideas of vanity and mortality with subtle suggestions of the erotic.” Tuesday – Saturday: 10a – 6p

Continues through October 29th:

  Karen Heagle
"Let Nature Take Its Course and Hope It Passes"

I-20 Gallery - 557 W23rd St, NYC
a new series of acrylic and mixed-media paintings on paper.

"In these works Heagle references Dutch and Flemish genre and still life painting, as well as the work of the French painter Jean-Baptise-Siméon Chardin. Mimicking the tradition of vanitas still lifes, Heagle incorporates fish, game and kitchen ephemera in her own work to allude to ideas of vanity and mortality with subtle suggestions of the erotic.” Tuesday – Saturday: 10a – 6p