Shows to See-- September 2013

Welcome to Kind Aesthetic's monthly (-ish) post about exhibitions and art to see around NYC and throughout our travels. If anything really interests us we tend to Tweet about it or post photos on our Tumblr. Get in touch and let us know if you have any recommendations. 

September is the lively re-awakening of the art world after the big summer museum shows and quiet galleries.  There is more to see than we can list here, but this is our first run at this month:

Opening September 6: Our neighbors at the Ground Floor Gallery in Park Slope are kicking off the fall season with a show by Sandra Mack Valencia

Opening September 7: We are excited to see the new Glass House exhibition space at Invisible Dog. Drop in at Recession Art while you are there and pick up an affordable and fantastic piece of art work for yourself. 

Opening September 7: Cue Art Foundation presents Carmen Papalia: Long Time No See. The work "takes the form of participatory public projects, explores the topic of access as it relates to public space, the Art institution, and visual culture -- as the artist's own access is defined by a visual impairment."   

Opening September 11: Alexander Gray Associates presents new paintings by Jack Whitten.

Opening September 13th:  Valentine Gallery in Ridgewood, Queens presents New Work by Charlotte Becket and Emmy Mikelson


Work by Emmy Mikelson courtesy of  Valentine Gallery

Work by Emmy Mikelson courtesy of Valentine Gallery

Through September 22: The Bruce Quality High Foundation's retrospective "Ode to Joy 2001-2013"  at the Brooklyn Museum. 

Through October 5: Open Source Gallery in Brooklyn is showing We Know Not Exactly Where or How  that converts the gallery "into a living public park and its exterior into an outdoor stage for all kinds of events." 

Through October 22: The International Center for Photography Triennial is on view, called "A Different Kind of Order" and "focuses on artworks created in our current moment of widespread economic, social, and political instability."

And some Chelsea exhibitions that we're looking forward to this month are: Sonya Blesofsky: Renovation at Mixed Greens, Charline von Heyl at Petzel GalleryMichael Raedecker: Tour at Andrea RosenPieter Hugo: Kin at Yossi Milo Gallery, and Olivo Barbieri at Yancey Richardson.

Happy viewing!

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