Past Exhibitions

Sunday Salon: Storytelling in the Anthropocene

February 19, 2017

Abrons Arts Center presents Dillon Cohen and Katie Holten’s Sunday Salon with guests Sarah Resnick and Wendy Tronrud on Sunday, February 19th, 3 – 5 PM

Storytelling in the Anthropocene

Conversation, coffee, and cake in Studio 201, Abrons Arts Center

Abrons Faculty Exhibition 2017

January 21 through January 28, 2017

For the season launch, Abrons Arts Center is presenting a compelling selection of artist faculty works including sculpture, painting, photography, collage, and digital media installations.

Franklin Evans: American Realness

January 2 through January 22, 2017

Franklin Evans creates painting installations with the artist’s studio as his subject. Evans collaborated with Trajal Harrell on the scenic design for Twenty Looks or Paris is Burning at the Judson Church (S).

On The Inside: A Group Show Of LGBTQ Artists Who Are Currently Incarcerated

November 5 through December 28, 2016

In a nation that incarcerates more people than any other country in the world, LGBTQ prisoners face a greater risk of physical and sexual victimization. They are more likely to experience assault and abuse by corrections  officers as well as other prisoners, and less likely to have support from family and friends on the outside due to their sexuality or gender identity.

This exhibit is the culmination of a multi-year project conceived of by Tatiana von Fürstenberg in collaboration with Black and Pink.

ON THE INSIDE PANEL:  Moving to Action In Support of LGBTQ Prisoners
Monday November 14th| 6 – 9 PM | RSVP Now

Jack Smith Rushes

September 28, 2016

On Wednesday September 28 at 7:00 PM, Abrons Arts Center will host a FREE screening of rarely seen films and filmed-performances by queer artist Jack Smith. Curated by Joshua Lubin-Levy and organized in partnership with Dirty Looks.

Reexamine the space

September 25 through October 23, 2016

Kim Brandt
Walter Dundervill & Iki Nakagawa
Moriah Evans
Dean Moss
Cori Olinghouse
Julie Tolentino

Ryan Foerster: Underwrought An De Re

September 16 through October 23, 2016

Forester’s recent work in photography and sculptural assemblage using found air ducts and experimental body casting speaks to the increasing anxiety about what to do with commercial waste and how something as simple as breathing clean air is fraught with contradictions.