NoHoManhattan March Fine Art

Here’s the NoHoManhattan March Fine Art

With artists from Brooklyn to India, contemporary to historical, in mediums from canvas and paper to resin NoHoManhattan March Fine Art furthers its edgy tradition.

Aicon Gallery
35 Great Jones St.
Arunkumar H.G., In-Site
the first major U.S. solo exhibition by Delhi-based artist Arunkumar H.G. Arunkumar’s work explores the tacit relationship between burgeoning consumerist culture and the systematic degradation of natural resources.

Hyperreal, a group exhibition featuring the work of Jaishri Abichandani, Saks Afridi, Marcy Chevali, Mariam Ghani, Nitin Mukul, Aakash Nihalani, M. Pravat and Salman Toor. The exhibition looks at the various means through which artists explore realms either beyond or outside of reality, while not abandoning representation for the purely abstract or conceptual.

March 1 through 31, 2018

Eva Presenhuber
39 Great Jones Street

For geometric playground (flamboyant edit), Gerwald Rockenschaub designed a new wall installation in the main showroom space. Four wall works complement one another, a counterpoint comment on each other and thus form a rhythmic whole. The wall works consist of painted surfaces and objects made of acrylic glass. 

March 10 through April 29, 2018

Gallerie Zurcher
33 Bleecker St.
03.16.2018 – 04.27.2018 – New York
Group Show:  Matt Bollinger, Kazuko Miyamoto, Cordy Ryman and Merrill Wagner


March 16 through April 27, 2018




LaMama Galleria
47 Great Jones St.

Gallery Hours: Thursday to Sunday 1 to 7PM, or by appointment

Claudia Doring-Baez’s recent paintings depart from the French director Alain Renais’s 1961 film Last Year at Marienbad, with its enigmatic screenplay by Alain Robbe-Grillet.  Doring-Bae’s engagement with this icon of nouvelle vague cinema follows her series inspired by Cindy Sherman’s film stills and Marcel Proust’s In Search of Lost Time.

Paired with this exhibit is multi-media artist Sophie Iremonger who presents six works on paper and an installation of sculptural pieces.  The former are highlights from a series thematically concerned with “unstoppable desire.”

March 15 through April 14, 2018

The Hole Gallery
312 Bowery
Joe Reihsen, Structural Color

Joe Reihsen has exhibited widely in LA and Europe and pretty much pioneered a new way of painting in the abstract; creating brushstrokes on plastic that are peeled up and adhered to a painted surface. In this new show, “Structural Color”, Reihsen has again invented a new way to make an abstract painting, again making something with just paint that is mind-bogglingly not digital in any way.


March 8th – April 8th, 2018


NoHoManhattan February Fine Art_Grey-Art-GalleryGrey Art Gallery
100 Washington Square East
The Beautiful Brain: The Drawings of Santiago Ramón y Cajal is the first U.S. museum exhibition to present the extraordinary drawings of Santiago Ramón y Cajal (Spain, 1852–1934), the father of modern neuroscience. Cajal’s astonishing depictions of the brain—which combine cutting-edge scientific knowledge with consummate draftsmanship—offer much greater clarity than photographs, so much so that they are still in wide use today.
Baya: Woman of Algiers is the first North American exhibition of works by the self-taught Algerian artist Baya Mahieddine (1931–1998).  Baya’s colorful depictions of women, rhythmic patterns, and bright palette drew the attention of Henri Matisse and Pablo Picasso, with whom she later collaborated in the renowned Madoura pottery studio in Vallauris.
Through March 31, 2018


NoHoManhattan February Fine Art_NewMuseum-MangenheimerThe New Museum
235 Bowery
Sara Magenheimer:  Noon
Working across a range of media including video, sound, performance, sculpture, collage, and installation, New York–based artist Sara Magenheimer (b. 1981, Philadelphia, PA) disrupts, manipulates, and defamiliarizes language with bold combinations of image and text.
Through April 15, 2018






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