The Friedrich Petzel Gallery represents some of the brightest young stars on the international scene, so you can count on some intriguing shows. Sculptor Keith Edmier, photographer Dana Hoey, painter and filmmaker Sarah Morris, and installation artists Jorge Pardo and Philippe Parreno all show here.
|Venue name:||Petzel Gallery||Contact:|
456 W 18th Street
|Cross street:||Between Ninth Ave and Tenth Ave|
|Opening hours:||Tue–Sat 10am–6pm|
|Transport:||Subway: C, E to 23rd St|
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Walead Beshty, “Open Source”
Though the artist’s touch has long been dethroned as the be-all and end-all of artistic success, practices that eschew tactility for a conceptual approach can often feel too cool for their own good. Such is not the case with Los Angeles artist Walead...Contemporary art Until Saturday June 17 2017
Located on the outskirts of the city's furthest avenues, Petzel is a gallery that is definitely trying to start a conversation. The highly political art on display makes a statement, and their latest installation We Need to Talk, couldn't have been more relevant given the political climate in NYC and the rest of the country. The diversity of artists showcased displayed the curators distinctive eye and strong ability to tell a story through art. If you're gallery hopping in Chelsea, it's a must-visit.