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Whitehot Recommends: Exhibitions List - September 2021

Rosemary Mayer, Untitled (8.26.71), 1971, Colored pencil and colored marker on paper, 14 x 11 inches.

By WM, September 2021

Rosemary Mayer: Ways of Attaching

Swiss Institute

September 9, 2021 through January 9, 2022

Ways of Attaching is the first institutional survey exhibition of American artist Rosemary Mayer (1943-2014). 

Reuven Israel, Veil/Vale, 2021. Painted baltic birch and hardware, closed: 39.5 x 39.5 x 2.5 in.


Reuven Israel: W.A.L.L. (Wooden Arrangeable Linear Lamellations)
Shulamit Nazarian

September 18 through October 20, 2021

Shulamit Nazarian is pleased to present W.A.L.L. (Wooden Arrangeable Linear Lamellations), a solo exhibition of new sculptures by Israeli-born, Brooklyn-based artist Reuven Israel.



Alexis Soul-Gray: Love with No Place to Go

Delphian Gallery

September 9 through October 2, 2021

The overall winner of this year’s Open Call is the excellent Alexis Soul-Gray, whom we are happy to present in our Covent Garden space with her solo show Love with No Place to Go. 

John Miller: Price War

June Art Fair

September 20 through 26, 2021 

Meliksetian | Briggs is pleased to present an installation by John Miller entitled Price War for the June Art Fair September 20th through 26th, Hall 4.1 Messe Basel. 

Sojourner Truth Parsons, Green girl, 2021, acrylic on linen, 66 x 66 in.

Sojourner Truth Parsons

Foxy Production via June Art Fair

September 20 through 26, 2021

For June Art Fair 2021, Sojourner Truth Parsons presents four large paintings. Driven by a desire to translate the psychic, embodied and the affective into visual form, Parsons’ work takes root in the textures of everyday life.

Erik van Lieshout, Art Blasé (film-stills), 2020, HD video, color, sound with carpet and furniture, Video: 6 minutes, Installation: Dimensions variable, Edition of 3.

Erik van Lieshout: Art Blasé

Anton Kern Gallery via Art Basel Parcours

September 20 through 26, 2021 

Erik van Lieshout’s film Art Blasé, 2020, will be projected in a uniquely constructed booth—appointed with cutouts and carpet added by the artist—at the main entrance of Unternehmen Mitte coffee house.

M.C. Escher, Day and Night, February, 1938. Woodcut in black and grey, printed from two blocks.

M.C. Escher: Prints, Drawings, Drawings, Watercolors and Textiles

Bruce Silverstein Gallery

September 18 through November 20, 2021 

Escher’s math-inspired, mind-bending, and multidimensional “impossible constructions” bridge the boundaries between art and science. His artwork was a precursor to OpArt , and more broadly, an artistic phenomenon that has seeped into the consciousness of contemporary culture.

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Segue Reading Series

Artists Space

October 2 through November 20

Segue and Artists Space are pleased to announce that the upcoming fall Segue Reading Series will commence at Artists Space at 11 Cortlandt Alley as well as online, on Saturdays at 5pm.

Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Untitled (Death by Gun), 1990. Courtesy of the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art, New York.

American Epidemic: Guns in the United States

Museum of Contemporary Photography at Columbia College Chicago

September 10, 2021 through February 20, 2022

The Museum of Contemporary Photography at Columbia College Chicago (MoCP) presents American Epidemic: Guns in the United States, September 10, 2021–February 20, 2022. This exhibition brings together work by nine artists who examine gun culture in the US and the role guns play in structural violence, poverty, systemic racism, and an increasingly militarized police force. 

E’wao Kagoshima, Only the Brave Mythology, 2009.

スウィートホーム Sweet Home

CPM Baltimore and Rachel Uffner Gallery

September 25 through November 30, 2021

Takako Yamaguchi, Sofie and Muffin, 1995.

Takako Yamaguchi: Smoking Women

Egan and Rosen

September 18 through October 23, 2021

By evoking the gold leaf grounds of folding screens and the compositional logic of kimono designs - seamless alterations between abstract geometries and landscape scenes - Yamaguchi refused the postwar American reception of Japanese art as supremely minimal.

Installation view, Alison Elizabeth Taylor: Future Promise, James Cohan Gallery.

Alison Elizabeth Taylor: Future Promise

James Cohan Gallery

September 10 through October 23, 2021

In Future Promise, Taylor departs from the familiar scenes of her native Southwest to reflect moments of day-to-day life around her home and studio in Brooklyn during the COVID-19 pandemic. Collectively, the works in Future Promise comprise a love letter to the resilience of a neighborhood and a community, translated through Taylor’s empathetic and incisive eye.

Herman Kolgen: INSCAPE: Voyage to Hidden Landscape

Paradise Art Space

September 17 through February 6, 2022 

This solo exhibition will be the largest scale featuring his works that provide the experience of embarking on a remarkable journey following the "Little Things Big Routes" as he expresses his outlook on the constant change and adaptation of humans and nature in the post-pandemic era. WM 


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