Ablaze With Artwork: Thriving Galleries in Decrease Manhattan

Ablaze With Art: Thriving Galleries in Lower Manhattan

Strolling round TriBeCa galleries not too long ago felt unusually, blessedly, heartbreakingly near regular. Some bars and eating places — just like the upscale diner in Cortlandt Alley — remained closed, however Decrease Manhattan is ablaze with artwork. Simply throughout the road from that vacant diner, at Andrew Kreps Gallery, I visited Kim Dingle’s overhead views of restaurant tables, which she made within the 2000s whereas working a restaurant in Los Angeles, and over at Canada I thrilled to Joan Snyder’s delicate however explosively colourful abstractions. (Notice that each exhibits shut Oct. 17.)

Luhring Augustine has opened a department on White Avenue with a killer present of watercolors and located object sculptures by the Brazilian artist Lucia Nogueira (via Oct. 31), and a brand new mission known as Broadway has opened with a present by the Indigenous video artist and photographer Sky Hopinka. Ortuzar Tasks is internet hosting a retrospective of Lynda Benglis’s sculptural works (via Dec. 3) in live performance with uptown’s Cheim & Learn gallery.

Vikky Alexander has incisive photograph collages and eerie glass sculptures at Downs & Ross (via Oct. 25); Peter Freeman’s rotating group present (via Dec. 19) of 20th-century masters from Agnes Martin to Walker Evans is especially sturdy; and also you’ll wish to catch Steve Mumford’s charming graphic journalism at Postmasters (via Oct. 31). Beneath are six extra exhibitions in or close to TriBeCa — from Varick Avenue to the Bowery, kind of — which have stayed with me.

Via Oct. 24. Alexander and Bonin, 47 Walker Avenue, Manhattan; 212-367-7474, alexanderandbonin.com.

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