Fall Arts Preview 2022: Gallery Shows You Won’t Want to Miss

Don’t get overwhelmed by the art world. We make it easy to navigate fall gallery shows with these curated exhibition choices.

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New York City is a place with so many art galleries, which all have shows that only run for so long—it can be hard to keep track. Amidst all the rotating exhibitions, we selected a few that we feel are worth checking out as the months grow cooler.

Citing Black Geographies

  • Richard Gray Gallery | November 17 - December 23

An exhibition hitting both Chicago and New York City, “Citing Black Geographies” is a group show exploring “black space” in its variations. The artists include Amiri Baraka (LeRoi Jones), Dawoud Bey, McArthur Binion, the Black Arts Movement School Modality, Nick Cave, Coco Fusco, Theaster Gates, Rashid Johnson, Tony Lewis, the Staples Jr. Singers, Tavares Strachan, Jan Tichy, Jina Valentine, Carrie Mae Weems and Amanda Williams. Running from November 17 through December 23, 2022, this show is jam packed with talent. 

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Carrie Mae Weems Untitled, 2022 Archival pigment print 30 x 30 inches Edition of 3, with 1AP Courtesy of the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery, New York Courtesy of the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery, New York

Sahara Longe's "In the Garden"

  • Deli Gallery | September 8 - October 1

Deli Gallery at 36 White Street is currently running a solo show of British artist Sahara Longe. “In the Garden'' is a collection of fantastic portraits that will draw in audiences but also leave them wondering, as the subjects blur with their environments. Longe’s show opened September 8 and will run through October 1, making it the perfect option for a fall date. 

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Installation view of Sahara Longe's exhibition. Courtesy Deli Gallery

Tiffany Chung's “Archaeology for Future Remembrance”

  • Davidson Gallery | September 8 - October 22

I’m really taken with this exhibition at Davidson Gallery, “Archaeology for Future Remembrance” by artist Tiffany Chung, who has a simultaneous concurrent exhibition at Davidson. It opened September 8 but will run through October 22. In the selected exhibition, the prolific artist explores the treatment of Vietnamese people within the context of a government influenced by a colonial past. It also includes a fascinating variety of objects, catering to those who enjoy textured exhibitions. 

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Tiffany Chung's ĐỒN CÁ TRÊ C.1698 IN LE BRUN'S 1795 URBAN PLANNING MAP OF SAIGON, 2013 43 1/4 x 27 1/2 in. Courtesy of artist

Jorge Tacla's "Stagings/Escenarios"

  • Cristin Tierney | September 9 - October 22

The Chilean-American artist Jorge Tacla has a solo exhibition at Cristin Tierney curated by Christian Viveros-Fauné featuring oil, cold wax and marble powder paintings of mass change. It is clear Jorge Tacla is an artist of our time.  The exhibition runs September 9 through October 22.

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Identidad Oculta 163, 2022. oil and marble powder on canvas Courtesy of gallery

Na Mira's "Tetraphobia"

  • Company | September 8 - October 15

The multi-talented, Los Angeles-based artist Na Mira has a show at Company running from September 8 through October 15 titled “Tetraphobia.” Na Mira is no stranger to New York City, with previous exhibitions at the Whitney Museum of American Art, The Kitchen, and even an expected book of writings through the Brooklyn-based Wendy’s Subway. It’s worth keeping an eye on this artist.

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Na Mira installation at Company Gallery. etaylor

Natalie Wadlington's "Front Yards, Back Yards"

  • albertz benda | September 9 - October 8

Good old albertz benda rarely disappoints and their Natalie Wadlington exhibition is no exception. Running from September 9 through October 8, Wadlington’s gorgeous, giant women with pets take up the gallery space and fill it with color. Of course, you do run the risk of wanting to go home to your pet, and a pet-themed exhibition begs the question: are dogs allowed? 

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Natalie Wadlington: Front Yards, Back Yards. September 9 - October 8th, 2022. albertz benda, New York. © 2022 Thomas Müller

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