Life is slowly getting back to normal and people tend to go back to their old hobbies to pass the time. If you are a genuine art lover, there is nothing like visiting a few cool art exhibitions on a summer afternoon to get your modern art mind inspired, so with that in mind, I Lobo You has gathered 8 Must-See Art Exhibitions At New York City’s Reopened Art Galleries! Kasmin, David Zwirner, Perrotin, and more art galleries are welcoming visitors back to their physical spaces to view art in person.
KASMIN ART GALLERY
Here is one of the first art exhibitions of this list – the increasingly blurred boundaries between photography and other media go on full display at Kasmin art gallery this summer, as seen through the work of six diverse New York-based photographers.
When: Through August 21, 2020
Where: 297 Tenth Avenue, Chelsea
When: July 15 through September 12 at 48 Walker St and September 13 at 291 Grand St.
Where: 48 Walker St and 291 Grand St
“The Secret History of Everything” brings together work by painters Katherine Bernhardt, Mauro Bonacina, Sayre Gomez, and Julia Wachtel, in the company of sculptors Daniel Arsham, Cosima von Bonin, and Nick Doyle.
When: Through August 14, 2020
Where: 130 Orchard Street
While best known for intimate and raw modern art portraits that challenge traditional notions of beauty and gender, the celebrated photographer Catherine Opie presents political collages and large-scale landscape photographs of the threatened Okefenokee swampland in a new art exhibition at Lehmann Maupin.
When: Through September 26, 2020
Where: W 24th Street
The rich languages of Surrealism, Symbolism, and Pop are explored through the lens of the current political, cultural, and social environment in this fantastical modern design exhibition at Petzel. Are you loving these art exhibitions?
When: July 15—August 14, 2020
Where: 456 W 18th Street
When: 537 West 20th Street, New York
Where: Through July 31, 2020
The eclectic “Noplace” brings together artists in utopian pursuit while creating a commentary on the state of contemporary design and society through the use of whimsical imagery. Were you aware of this pace showcasing art exhibitions?
When: July 13—August 14, 2020
Where: 535 West 22nd Street, 3rd Floor
While New York is known to be the city that never sleeps, it’s likely that this is the only contemporary art exhibition that can boast being open 24/7. Adding to its curiosity, it can never be entered from the public and is only viewable from the street.