Past Exhibitions

Interspace: Macon Reed, Chris Watts, & Alessandra Gomez

December 12, 2017

Join Abrons AIRspace residents Macon Reed and Chris Watts for a moderated conversation with Alessandra Gomez, a performance curator and arts administrator who supports artist residencies and public programming at Lower Manhattan Cultural Council.

7 – 8 PM | FREE

Vitamin C: NYC Crit Club

November 30 through December 3, 2017

Opening Reception | Wednesday, November 29, 6-8pm

Vitamin C is a group exhibition curated from work by members of the NYC Crit Club at Abrons Arts Center. The C stands both for crit and for community.

Perfect City: You’re Next presents Haruka Sakaguchi

October 14 through November 17, 2017

An extension of Aaron Landsman’s Perfect City project, Haruka Sakaguchi presents an ongoing portrait series of New York natives who have been affected by gentrification.

Reception on Thursday, October 26, 6-9 PM  

Let me tell you something you already know.

October 14 through November 17, 2017

Sofía Córdova
Harry Dodge and Stanya Kahn
Ilana Harris-Babou
Xandra Ibarra

Organized by Christian Camacho-Light and Alexis Wilkinson, AIRspace Curatorial Residents

Using humor to seduce and disarm, the five video works in Let me tell you something you already know. poke at conventions of success and failure.

Reception | October 19, 2017


September 1 through November 21, 2017

Nadia Ayari, Ben Browne, Mira Dayal, Cindy Ji Hye Kim, Ellie Krakow, Emily Kohl Mattingley, Russell Perkins, Amanda Turner Pohan, & Edwin Smalling  

NOW ON VIEW: ROUND 8: A Porous Line
November 14th – 21st, 2017
Reception on Saturday, November 18th, 7-9 PM

Conceived as a series of overlapping, two-person exhibitions, Volley is an experiment that foregrounds conversation and collaboration as essential aspects of artistic production.

Institution Building: Abrons Arts Center 1975 – 2017

August 10, 2017

On August 10, architects Lo-Yi Chan, and Timothy Hartung of Ennead Architects will join Alan Ruiz (Abrons Artist-in-Residence) for a conversation surrounding the building’s original and new design on the eve of its renovation. Through a dialogue about the history and future of the building, this conversation will consider the many ways in which a renovation signals a change — not only aesthetic, but political.

6:30-7:30 PM | Underground Theater | FREE