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10 exhibitions to visit in New York during The Armory Show

The Armory Show opens on Thursday this week you can see our choice of booths to view here – but we have also chosen 10 exhibitions for you to see that also open this week to coincide with the fair

Avery Singer, China Chalet 2021 Acrylic on canvas stretched over wood panel 254.6 x 305.4 x 5.4 cm / 100 1/4 x 120 1/4 x 2 1/8 in Courtesy the artist, Hauser & Wirth, and Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler, Berlin © Avery Singer Photo: Lance Brewer

1 Avery Singer: Reality Ender Hauser & Wirth 9th September – 30th October
Groundbreaking American artist Avery Singer will present two new series of large-scale paintings in her first solo exhibition with Hauser & Wirth. More details: here

John Akomfrah: Five Murmurations Video grab

2 John Akomfrah: Five Murmurations Lisson Gallery 9th September – 16th October
Since March 2020, the London-based artist and filmmaker John Akomfrah has been working on the longest continuous-running project of his career. Living through one of the most turbulent, monumental periods in history, Akomfrah has turned his attention to the creation of a filmic archive of today, made in real-time, documenting how individuals and communities have been coping with the pandemic, the radical mobilization seen on the streets and the disruption of cycles of racism, and the increasingly urgent crisis of climate change. More details: here

Alice Neel, Spanish Party, 1939 (detail)

3 Alice Neel: The Early Years David Zwirner 9th September – 16rth October
An exhibition of paintings and works on paper by Alice Neel (1900–1984) from the first decades of the artist’s influential career. More details: here

Kon Trubkovich, The Antepenultimate End, 2019
Oil on canvas, 77 × 110 inches (195.6 × 279.4 cm)
© Kon Trubkovich. Photo: Rob McKeever

4 Kon Trubkovich The Antepenultimate End Gagosian September 9th – October 21st
The Antepenultimate End is an exhibition of new paintings by Kon Trubkovich.In paintings, works on paper, and videos, Trubkovich employs recollection as his primary source material. Through reference to antiquated technology, he investigates some of the ways in which personal and collective memories contradict one another, their gradual transformation complicating ideas of historical truth. More details: here

Rob Pruitt A Month of Desert Sunsets (December 2020) 2021 Acrylic on canvas in hand-painted artist frames, 31 parts
65 x 113 inches (165.1 x 287 cm) overall Signed label verso RPR 200

5 Rob Pruitt: These Are The Days Of Our Lives 303 Gallery September 10th – October 30th
An exhibition of new paintings by Rob Pruitt comprising five bodies of work, which collectively reflect upon the tumultuous, unforeseen changes of the past two years as they have unfolded across political and public realms, as well as the artist’s personal life. More details: here

Tanya Bonakdar Gallery is pleased to present Wong Ping’s first solo exhibition at the gallery, The Great Tantalizer
Tanya Bonakdar Gallery Wong Ping’s The Great Tantalizer

6 Wong Ping: The Great Tantalizer Tanya Bonakdar Gallery September 9th – October 23rd
For this exhibition, Wong Ping casts himself as the curator of a didactic exhibition recreating the laboratory of The Great Tantalizer, an enigmatic protagonist of Wong’s own creation. More details: here

7 Mathew Stone: A Portrait of The Artist In The Metaverse The Hole September 7th – October 10th
British artist Matthew Stone has recently expanded into NFTs and the metaverse. For this exhibition Stone presents works on linen and video in the gallery as well as related NFTs in the Metaverse. The centerpiece of the show is a large diptych where one panel is a heroic composition of figures on linen and the other panel is a giant LED screen “playing” the same figures and draped fabrics in fluid motion.  More details: here

Jeanne Liotta, “My Mind of Universes Erupting Continuously,” 2021, 80 looping handmade 35mm slide projection installation – Courtesy of the artist and Microscope

8 Jeanne Liotta: The World is a Picture of the World Microscope Gallery September 9th – October 16th
The second solo exhibition at the gallery by Jeanne Liotta, features a new body of work incorporating drawing, collage, photography and projection that are inspired by and often include among their materials 20th Century NASA 35mm slides of the universe that were frequently offered in planetarium and other similar gift shops. More details: here

Matt Paweski: TEEM Gordon Robichaux

9 Matt Paweski: TEEM Gordon Robichaux September 10th – October 31st
For his second exhibition at Gordon Robichaux, Matt Paweski presents a new body of site-specific work. Installed across both spaces are painted aluminum wall-mounted and tabletop sculptures, a series of framed cut-vinyl drawings, a functional light sculpture mounted to the ceiling, and wall murals that directly engage the architecture of the gallery. More details: here

Black Panthers at a Free Huey rally at Defermery Park, 1968, from, “The Lost Negatives,” photographs by Jeffrey Henson Scales.
copyright: Jeffrey Henson Scales

10 Jeffrey Henson Scales: In A Time of Panthers: The Lost Negatives Claire Oliver Gallery September 9th – October 29th
The exhibition features 20 photographs from the 1960s including Scales’ earliest forays as a photographer during the electrifying summer of 1967 when at age 13 with his paternal grandmother he toured the Midwest to see relatives. As a Black teenager, he saw the poverty and oppression of Northern Black communities and when he returned to Oakland, CA became immersed in photographing the milieu of the Black Panther movement in Northern California.  The images chart the emergence of his awakening as a documentary photographer as well as a Black man in a pivotal moment in the 20th century that echoes today’s Black Lives Matter movement.  More details: here



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