Art World Insider
With so many shows to see at galleries around New York City, our co-founder selected five stand-out September shows. Featuring a diverse array of artists and mediums, these shows are not to be missed this month as the summer fades.
In a city with so much on offer, here are 5 exhibits to see in New York City this fall. The selected shows offer an impressive variety and span different artistic mediums, time periods, and geographies. From the origins of Fauvism to contemporary conceptualism, these shows provide a comprehensive and diverse opportunity to broaden your horizons.
For the 70th Anniversary of Fire Island Pines, John Dempsey and Ben Tousley document decades in gay paradise in a limited release booklet. Using the book as a guide, writer Matthew Herskowitz traces the enclave's history with artists.
Two of the season’s most concise and provocative explorations of Asian American community take place in nontraditional spaces. In this essay, Zach Ngin visits “Home-o-Stasis,” an exhibition inconspicuously installed in the hallway of a mini-mall in Flushing and "Just Between Us", which draws from the archive of the painter Arlan Huang. Together, both exhibitions beautifully stage art’s dissolution into daily routines of living, working, and communing.
In celebration of pride, Testudo's co-founders have selected five art books to recommend from McNally Jackson, the beloved independent bookseller and New York institution. These wide-ranging volumes resonate with Testudo’s founding story as a platform that introduces the unique works of diverse emerging studio artists to a new generation of budding collectors.
Christiana Ine-Kimba Boyle is Senior Director of Sales and Global Head of Online at Pace Gallery. Christiana and Helena talked about her curatorial practice and its influence on her other professional roles, where she sees online viewing rooms fitting post-pandemic, as well as her tempered optimism about the future of NFTs.