Past Exhibitions

Abrons Book Club


Books are nominated by members who attend the meetings. Past selections include Ben Davis' 9.5 Thesis on Art and Class and David Joselit's After Art. The next book club will discuss Claire Bishop's ARTIFICIAL HELLS: Participatory Art and the Politics of Spectatorship.

Nonlinear Lineage: Now and Then


Now and Then is reading series featuring performance texts (and texts about performance) from the past in conversation with current writings.



Visual artists-in-residence Tamar Ettun, Meredith James, Lee Maida, Park McArthur, Lee Vanderpool, and AIRspace curators-in-residence Jess Wilcox and Wendy Vogel open their studios to the public for an afternoon to discuss current projects and works in progress.

Armory Week BrunchLES


In conjunction with Armory Week LES Gallery Stroll and the Art Show at the Park Avenue Armory, organized by the Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA) to benefit Henry Street Settlement, Abrons is throwing a Sunday brunch, curated by AUNTS, on March 9.

This Exhibition Has Everything To Go Wrong

02/07/14 - 03/09/14

A group show with Manon Harrois, Maria Lynch and Avelino Sala. Curated by Marina Noronha and organized by Residency Unlimited

Sean Micka Condition Report: Deregulation

02/07/14 - 03/16/14

Sean Micka’s practice interrogates problems regarding the ideology of nature as an endless economic resource, and the reorganization of public and private spaces under neoliberal capitalism.

American Realness Festival 2014

01/09/14 - 01/19/14

A festival presenting dance, theater, and performance artists who employ experimental tactics in their works


12/06/13 - 12/31/13

The artists in this exhibition embrace the irreversibility of pushing themselves through the most narrow of passage ways. The choices they make would seem to offer no tangible guarantees of success or reward. Including works by Amanda Alfieri, Brent Birnbaum, Alberto Borea, Abigail Deville, George Ferrandi, Nate Hill, Irvin Morazan, William Powhida, and Letha Wilson.

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