Fine Art Shippers Recommend: Art Shows to Visit Next Week

New York is home to hundreds of private art collections, galleries, museums, festivals, and art fairs, featuring numerous installations, sculptures, paintings, and other artworks by the most prominent international and local artists. Thereby, the necessity to ship fine art here is growing exponentially, with many art dealers and collectors buying and selling art and antiques every day. This is where art transportation services from Fine Art Shippers may come in handy. Besides, our team of fine art movers is not only true professionals in everything related to safe art transport but also dedicated art lovers, just like you. So if you still do not know how to spend the next week, let us give you some recommendations!

Maira Kalman

The Julie Saul Gallery has announced two great exhibitions of works by a renowned Israeli-born American artist, writer, illustrator, and designer Maira Kalman to be held in September. “The Elements of Style,” which includes 57 paintings, will be on view in the gallery’s main room, while the “Darling Dorset” will be exhibited at the Project Gallery.

Where: Julie Saul Gallery, Chelsea

When: September 5-16, 2017

“Crazy? Did you say crazy? I was crazy once” by Sara Rabin

This exhibition of unusual cartoon-inspired drawings and paintings offering a window into the female soul by the New York-based artist Sara Rabin is undoubtedly something you don’t want to miss next week.

Where: Larrie, Lower East Side

When: Until September 10, 2017

“A City Called Mirage” by Kiluanji Kia Henda 

“A City Called Mirage” is the first solo exhibition of photographs and video installation by the winner of the 2017 Frieze Artist Award Kiluanji Kia Henda who examines the life of modern cities and their questionable archetype.

Where: International Studio and Curatorial Program, Williamsburg

When: September 5 – October 6, 2017

“Sticky Fingers”

This exhibition of paintings, sculptures, and installation brings together eight international artists, including Louise Sartor, Elizabeth McIntosh, and Meriem Bennani, whose works examine modern life and its relationship to loneliness, isolation, alienation, and various other states.

Where: Arsenal Contemporary New York, Nolita

When: September 5-6, 2017

These are the most interesting art shows to visit next week. Stay with us to learn more about the ever-changing world of art in New York City! Moreover, don’t forget that you can always order any art courier services from Fine Art Shippers at a reasonable price!