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Exploring Exhibitions in NYC Galleries: September Edition

1014 -"Delirious Disruptions"

From September 9th to October 14th

Always/Never (2020), Courtesy of the 1014 Gallery.

1014's fall season kicks off with the debut of a solo exhibition by Annette Cords entitled, "Delirious Disruptions.” This show will highlight the artists’ recognizable Jacquard tapestries, works on paper, and even her digital prints. Cords is known for using a variety of different artistic mediums as she delves into the material culture of the city. Curated by Jill Conner, the exhibition's title is drawn from Rem Koolhaas' "Delirious New York, used to encapsulate the notion that the city is a mosaic of episodes in constant contestation, as articulated through the Grid.

Hauser & Wirth - "Swamp"

From September 7th to October 21st

Nicolas Party, Portrait with an Eagl, 2023, Soft pastel on linen, Courtesy of Hauser & Wirth

Nicholas Party has taken over the first floor of the well-known New York gallery for his first solo exhibition. His paintings adorn the site to allow the audience to have an immersive experience inside the artist's "swamp." Known for his unique take on representational art, Party showcases a collection of work alongside two site-specific murals that evoke powerful reactions to his subjects.

Marian Goodman -"Oh To Believe in Another World"

From 12 September - 21 October 2023

Installation view, William Kentridge, "Oh To Believe in Another World," Courtesy of Marian Goodman Gallery

Marian Goodman Gallery is excited to present a solo exhibition by William Kentridge which will premiere the artist's short film, Oh To Believe in Another World. This immersive projection was made in response to Shostakovich’s Symphony No.10 and will be showcased for the first time on US soil. The gallery will also exhibit a collection of works by Kentridge which includes sculptures, drawings, lithographs and mixed-media puppets.

Fort Gansevoort - "Looking Out, Looking In"

From September 20 to November 4th

Shuvinai Ashoona, Looking Out, Looking In, Fort Gansevoort New York, Courtesy of Fort Gansevoort

Fort Gansevoort is pleased to announce the showcase of the artist, Shuvinai Ashoona's, journey into the the sublime. Through recordings of the natural world around her, the artist captures the beauty and fears found in her environment supported by her own imagination. During this exhibition, the viewer is invited to take a glimpse into the artist's mind's eye and bear witness to a world created by Ashoona's personal perspective. This playful and honest exhibition explores the artist's own psychology and interactions with the world around her.


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