#NoHoManhattan Fine Art – December 2017

#NoHoManhattan Fine Art is constantly renewed and dependably diverse

#NoHoManhattan Fine Art_Emma-AmosWe’ll start with  #NoHoManhattan artist Emma Amos who is featured at the Ryan Lee Gallery through Dec. 16th, 515 West 26th Street, Manhattan; 212-397-0742, ryanleegallery.com.
The New York Times has a nice review.
…Emma Amos, the only female member of Spiral, a collective founded by African-American artists in 1963. (Ms. Amos’s work is also included in the recent benchmark exhibitions “Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power” at the Tate Modern in London and “We Wanted A Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965-85” at the Brooklyn Museum.) “Black Bodies,” her current show at Ryan Lee, offers a sampling of four decades of her work.


Another #NoHoManhattan artist, Annie Shaver-Crandell was on view at the Salmagundi Club Annual Members’  show. October 30th – November 30th. And, prior to that her work was included in an exhibit at Borough President Gale Brewer’s Maggi Peyton Gallery, titled Better With Age,
October 10-November 1

After a first career as a medievalist and professor of art history at The City College of New York, Annie Shaver-Crandell became an artist specializing in plein air landscape.


Here’s all the #NoHoManhattan Fine Art to be found here in December:

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Aicon Gallery
35 Great Jones St.
Interwoven Dialogues:  Contemporary Art from Africa and South Asia
November 30, 2017 – January 6, 2018
This is an ambitious group show that pushes the boundaries of conventional media in art, with a set of artists from South Asia and Africa. The exhibition is anchored around two concepts – (1) an exploration of the tactile quality of fabric and other related material and how it affects image-making and, (2) the design elements that infuse African and South Asian art which are in turn informed by a broad-ranging, innovative pattern-making traditions.#NoHoManhattan Fine Art_Presenhuber
Eva Presenhuber
39 Great Jones Street
Torbjorn Rodland, Through Dec. 22, 2017
Also featured in The New York Times Shiny or sickly, glossy or gross, the photographs of the Norwegian photographer Torbjorn Rodland sit somewhere between art and fashion, and can appear to be slicked with Vaseline.
Gallerie Zurcher
33 Bleecker St.
Matt Bolinger, Between the Days
Through December 21st.
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LaMama Galleria
47 Great Jones St.

Gallery Hours: Thursday to Sunday 1 to 7PM, or by appointment
PIPORNOT’s Superorganism
January 12, 2018 – February 3, 2018
Installation work, photos, paintings and video created by aricoco (Ari Tabei) Interactive Performance by aricoco and Julia Benedict
Opening Night: January 12 | 6pm – 8pm
Live Performance: January 27 | 3pm – 5pm


The Hole Gallery
312 Bowery
Johnny Abrahams
Through December 31st
The New Museum
235 Bowery
Kahlil Joseph
Through January 1, 2018