• 5 Exhibitions for a Perfect Gallery Hopping Day
5 Exhibitions for a Perfect Gallery Hopping Day

The sun has been taking longer breaks and the breeze has been picking up the slack to let us know that fall has finally arrived. We couldn’t think of a better way to take advantage of the weather other than gallery hopping. And of course, a day full of artsy adventure calls for a chic jacket like Poke down New York black. The short flared sleeves make a statement while giving freedom in movement. Warm but still light, it’s the perfect transitioning outerwear piece to style right now. So what are you waiting for! Here are top five galleries to check out.

David Zwirner Gallery
This contemporary gallery, located in both NYC and London, is the place to be for the finest modern art enthusiasts. Featuring artist Isa Genzken from September 22nd to October 31st, the gallery will host her first solo exhibition with 2 and 3-D work. She will showcase her notable work using mannequins. Think surrealism and imagination.

Skarstedt Gallery
Justin Aidan’s “Forth Worth” is a must-see. This Texas native’s engagement of foam-padded panels with irregular geometric shapes will pleasantly surprise. His play between form and color is something to look out for.
September 22 2015 - October 24 2015

Marian Goodman Gallery
Featuring primarily European artists with rotating exhibits since 1977, this gallery is currently presenting Adrian Villar Rojas’s “Two Suns.” With air-dried clay and sculptures in the theme of mortality and futurism, his work screams “paradox.”
Present - October 10 2015

Laurel Gitlen Gallery
Of course, there is always that one intelligent artist who revolves around gender critique: Emily Mae Smith. Her oil painting strike humour and thought with drawings of a baseball-bat Medusa, mirrors, brooms and other seemingly whimsical items that have a deeper meaning on a closer look.
Present - October 25th

Marianne Boesky Gallery
If you’re searching for something that will strike a nerve, look no further than “Barnaby Furnas: First Morning.” Using the color scarlet, he splatters paint across the canvas as though it were blood. Combining rational and irrational, Furnas keeps true to his style with faceted brushstrokes even with nature scenes.
Present - October 10 2015

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