5 Exhibits To See In NYC This September

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5 Exhibits To See In NYC This September
 5 Exhibits To See In NYC This September
Editorial Preview - CONVERSATIONS
"These five shows offer various media and viewpoints, gaining inspiration from the past and present,
while offering a range of appeal through each work."
Courtesy of BOSI Contemporary.
5 Exhibits To See In NYC This September
September kicks off the season in NYC, each gallery bringing its own unique and thought provoking pairing to the table.
Aggro Crag, a group exhibition gaining its name from the Nickelodeon gameshow “Guts,” starts the month off on view
Sept. 1 at BOSI Contemporary, 48 Orchard St. Featuring ten painters including Trudy Benson, Polly Shindler, Ian
Swanson, Joyce Pensato, Katherine Bradford, Devin Troy Strother, Jason Stopa, Amy Feldman, Russel Tyler, and Austin
Eddy, Aggro Crag offers the combined re-envisioning of a period burdened with complications. Joyce Pensato’s featured
work plays on Batman, Daffy Duck, and The Simpson’s to shed light on the darkness hiding behind pop
iconography. Opening Reception will be Wednesday, Sept 5.
ADDRESS
48 Orchard Street, New York, NY 10002
TELEPHONE
+ 1 212 9665686
E-MAIL
[email protected]
WEBSITE
www.bosicontemporary.com
Courtesy of SITE/109
Also opening Wednesday, Sept. 5, is Line Space Color Gesture, a four-artist exhibition featuring Jordi Alcaraz, Greg
Allen-Müller, Aleksandar Duravcevic, and Jason Gringler, curated by Galerie Stefan Röpke. The exhibit, featured at
SITE/109, 109 Norfolk St., brings attention to modern-day functions, while expanding on the traditions of painting and
drawing, and consequently, offering new definitions of both.
Courtesy of Tibor de Nagy
Chelsea openings begin on Thursday. Be sure to check out Pieces. Patricia Triebb's exhibit of paintings interpret the
graphic world. Her work will be on view at Tibor de Nagy Gallery, 724 Fifth Ave.
ADDRESS
48 Orchard Street, New York, NY 10002
TELEPHONE
+ 1 212 9665686
E-MAIL
[email protected]
WEBSITE
www.bosicontemporary.com
Courtesy of Lombard Freid Gallery
Also opening Thursday, Sept. 6, is Michael Rakowitz’s The Breakup, a manifold multimedia event at Lombard Freid
Gallery, 518 West 19 St. The exhibit features video, drawings, memorabilia, and a limited-edition gatefold vinyl LP, while
showcasing the 1969 disbanding of The Beatles as an example of a withering collaboration.
Courtesy of Vaudeville Park
Opening Saturday, Sept. 8, is Wraithworld, a collection of Michael Haffka’s paintings on view at Vaudeville Park, 26
Bushwick Ave., Brooklyn. Haffka’s featured work consists of human figures against stark backgrounds; the subjects
portrayed all struggling internally. Through Haffka’s spontaneous marks on canvas, the paintings become exhibitions of
his subject’s disposition.
These five shows offer various media and viewpoints, gaining inspiration from the past and present, while offering a range
of appeal through each work.
ADDRESS
48 Orchard Street, New York, NY 10002
TELEPHONE
+ 1 212 9665686
E-MAIL
[email protected]
WEBSITE
www.bosicontemporary.com

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