Fine Art Shippers Recommend

At Fine Art Shippers, we are not just expert art movers operating in NYC – we are also connoisseurs of art. After all, living in the art capital of the world and working with some of the best museums, galleries, and artists, it is simply impossible not to love art in all its manifestations. However, since New York’s art scene is ever-changing, sometimes it is quite difficult to catch all the significant events. That is why we have prepared the following list of the most interesting art shows you need to visit in July.

Richard Gerstl Retrospective

“Richard Gerstl” is the first comprehensive US retrospective devoted to the work of Richard Gerstl, a famous Austrian draughtsman and painter known for his expressive portraits. The exhibition includes 55 paintings and works on paper, all created in the recognizable style of this European Expressionist.

Where: Neue Galerie New York, Upper East Side

When: Until September 25, 2017

“New York Golem” by Gelatin

“New York Golem” is Gelatin’s third solo show presented by the Greene Naftali Gallery. This time, the Austrian artist collective known for creating truly sensational art events introduces 40 ceramic sculptures “molded by Gelatin’s genitals.” A lasting impression is guaranteed!

Where: Greene Naftali, Chelsea

When: Until August 4, 2017

Meschac Gaba Installation

This art installation is Meschac Gaba’s second solo exhibition with the Tanya Bonakdar Gallery. Inspired by the artist’s experience living between Benin and the Netherlands, it displays his vision of relationships between the West and the developing world. Besides, this installation gives a unique chance to express yourself through drawings.

Where: Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, Chelsea

When: Until July 28, 2017

“Caida libre (Free fall)” by Miguel Calderon

“Caida libre (Free fall)” is a sculptural installation and a film by a famous Mexican artist and writer Miguel Calderon. The exhibition is centered on falconry as an ancient sport that has become a symbol of the interdependence among humans and animals.

Where: Luhring Augustine Bushwick, Williamsburg

When: Until July 28, 2017

“Boston to Brooklyn” by Daniel Heidkamp

The new exhibition of Daniel Heidkamp’s works, which is currently held at the Half Gallery, represents the artist’s latest oil paintings. Moreover, it is a part of a larger exhibition that is now also on view at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Where: Half Gallery, Upper East Side

When: Until July 13, 2017

These are the most interesting art shows you don’t want to miss in July. Meanwhile, we remind you that if you need any help with fine art shipping in NYC, do not hesitate to contact Fine Art Shippers. We are always at your disposal!