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Art Program: Current Exhibitions

Through our Art Program, The Yard works directly with local curators and galleries to support artists in each city and show rotating seasonal exhibitions at each location. All works in the rotating collection are for sale. Sales are handled directly through the galleries and curators. If you have any questions please contact artprogram@theyard.com for more information.

See our current art exhibitions across New York, Philadelphia, Boston, and Washington, D.C. below, and read about the artists on our blog.

New York

The Yard: Gowanus

Porter Advisory presents Delineated, an exhibition featuring works by Tegan Brozyna Roberts.

Delineated will be on view through May 8, 2020, at The Yard: Gowanus, Floor 1-3 (157 13th Street, Brooklyn, NY). There will be an art opening reception on February 21st from 6:30-8:30 pm. Please send a note to events@theyard.com to attend.

Artwork by Tegan Brozyna Roberts

Artwork by Tegan Brozyna Roberts, Delineated III

The Yard: Williamsburg Bridge

The Yard presents Luxe, Calme et Volupté, an exhibition featuring artists Erin Loree, Hedwig BrouckaertKelsey Shwetz, Lauren Gidwitz, and Vanessa Albury, curated courtesy of Audra Lambert of ANTE.Mag.

Luxe, Calme et Volupté will be on view at The Yard: Williamsburg Bridge (195 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY) through March 14, 2020, with an opening reception on January 28th from 6-8 pm. To RSVP, send us a note at events@theyard.com.

 

 

Artworks by Erin Loree

Artwork by Erin Loree

Artwork by Hedwig Brouckaert

Artwork by Hedwig Brouckaert

Artwork by Vanessa Albury

Artwork  by Vanessa Albury

Artwork by Lauren Gidwitz

Artwork by Lauren Gidwitz

Shampoo Ginger Artwork by Kelsey Shwetz

Shampoo Ginger by Kelsey Shwetz

The Yard: Williamsburg

Kirstin Lamb presents New Order/ Grids and Friends, an exhibition featuring works by Jeanne Arthur, Kate Bae, Nina Belucci, Lauren Bessen, Laura Braciale, Dennis Congden, Candice Smith Corby, Tim Doud, Mark Joshua Epstein, Tara Lisa Foley, Carly Glovinski, Sae A Lee, Andrew Mowbray, Kathleen Kennedy Poe, Mel Prest, Rebecca Roberts, and Coral Woodbury.

The exhibition is currently on view at The Yard: Williamsburg, Floor 2 (33 Nassau Ave, Brooklyn, NY) through March 13, 2020. There will be an art opening reception on December 12th from 5:30-8pm. To attend, send us a note at events@theyard.com.

 

Artwork by Andrew Mowbray

Artwork by Andrew Mowbray

Artwork by Dennis Congdon

Artwork by Dennis Congdon

Artwork by Rebecca Roberts
Artwork by Rebecca Roberts

Artwork by Lauren Bessen
Artwork by Lauren Bessen
Artwork By Tim Doud

Artwork By Tim Doud

The Yard: City Hall Park

Eileen Jeng Lynch, Founder of Neumeraki, presents SPLICEby Liz Atz and Gelah Penn.

SPLICE will be on view November 22, 2019 – March 14, 2020, at The Yard: City Hall Park, Floors 5-6 (116 Nassau Street, New York, NY).

Radio Skinned by Liz Atz

Liz Atz, Radio Skinned

Sluice #1 by Penn Gelah

Gelah Penn, Sluice #1

The Yard: Lower East Side

IFAC Arts in collaboration with The Yard: Lower East Side presents the first retrospective solo show of the Graffiti Painter JoDo. Raised in one of the biggest cities in the world, the artist moved to New York and took an interest in Graffiti culture while walking through the streets of the city.

JoDo Was Here will be on view through March 22, 2020, at The Yard: Lower East Side, Floors 2-3 (85 Delancey Street, New York, NY), with a closing reception on March 18, 2020, from 5:30 – 7:30 pm. To attend, please send us a note at events@theyard.com.

Artwork by Graffiti Artist JoDo

Artwork by JoDo

The Yard: Flatiron South

Quiet Lunch presents That Warm Fuzzy Feeling…, a solo exhibition by Greg Brown.

That Warm Fuzzy Feeling… will be on view through March 5, 2020, at The Yard: Flatiron South, Floors 2-5 (234 Fifth Ave at 27th Street, New York, NY).

Two Pink Moons artwork by Greg Brown

Greg Brown, Two Pink Moons

The Yard: Flatiron North

See Mee presents Commentary on Reality with artworks from Kamile LukosiuteBogdan LucaAshley CunninghamNolan HaanParker CalvertMaya SimmonsDarrin Hartman, and Alex Nero.

The show will be on view at The Yard: Flatiron North, Floors 3-6 (246 Fifth Avenue at 28th Street, New York, NY) with an art opening reception on January 15th from 6:00-8:00pm. To attend, simply send us a note at events@theyard.com.

Artwork by Maya Simmons titled Hidden Dimensions #2

Maya Simmons, Hidden Dimensions #2

The Yard: Herald Square

ABSTRKT presents Slant by Martyna Szczęsna, organized by Sarah Han.

A slant is a slope, angle, or particular perspective — an inescapable bias inherent in each unique schema. These biases are constantly interacting whether in command or in chaos, and the chaos is where Szczęsna finds nuanced paintings in raw, unhindered output.
In Slant, Szczęsna presents a small-scale survey of works made over the past four years, wherein public spaces have been recontextualized as boundless canvases of layered and hasty scrawlings left behind by covert bodies, collaborating on streets, construction/demolition sites, public parks et al. Using a number of depictive strategies; photographs, sculptures, and installations to probe the nature of heterotopic spaces, Szczęsna has sought to depict the way collective desires and ideologies are writ large. In doing so she questions the foundational principles and mythologies of this country.

Slant is one of our upcoming exhibitions in The Yard’s Art Program, at The Yard: Herald Square, Floor 2 (106 W. 32nd Street, New York, NY).

Dates to be announced shortly. Please check back for more information!

Artwork by Martyna Szczęsna

V, 2016, by Martyna Szczęsna

The Yard: Bryant Park

The Yard’s Art Program is thrilled to share a solo exhibition by artist Ellen Grossman.

Topography of Impulse will be on view at The Yard: Bryant Park, 3rd Floor, through May 28, 2020. Please join us for an opening reception on Wednesday, March 5th from 5:30 – 8 pm. To attend, send us a note to events@theyard.com.

Artwork by Ellen Grossman

GlowER, 2016 by Ellen Grossman

The Yard: Lincoln Square

Alpha’a presents Aliens of New York & Geometric Abstraction. These two shows in one exhibition feature works by Leeroy New, Mary Gaspar, Jorge Riveros, and Benedito Silva.

The exhibition is on view at The Yard: Lincoln Square, Floors 4-5 (157 Columbus Ave, New York, NY) through May 6, 2020, with an art opening reception on February 18, 2020, from 5:30- 7:30 pm. To attend, please send us a note to events@theyard.com.

Artwork by Leeroy New

DSC0213 by Leeroy New

Artwork by Mary Gaspar

Infinite 1 by Mary Gaspar

Artwork by Jorge Riveros

Tejidos #5 by Jorge Riveros

Artwork by Benedito Silva

Artwork by Benedito Silva

The Yard: Columbus Circle

SARAHCROWN is pleased to announce All Art Works, a new exhibition in partnership with the online art platform AllArtWorks.net to showcase a large and rare selection of paintings by talented artists from the Midwest alongside NYC-based artists. The exhibition will feature over 40 paintings selected by All Art Works’ curator & founder, Tyler Loftis, and SARAHCROWN founder Sarah Corona.

Selected works by: Aziza Abbasi, Maggie Bandstra, Sylvia Bandyke, Isabel Barber, Danielle Benson- Fennell, Carol Berger, David Besteman, Barbara Sartorius Bjelland, Sheryl Budnik, Jodie Dilno, Lisa Dionne, Anna Donahue, Yael Dresdner, Martin Dull, Agnes Fisher, Mariangela Fremura, Bruce Gordon, Todd Hix, Deborah Hoover, Jeremy Hutchins, Maia Ibar, Michael Jammal, Elisa Jensen, Kathleen Kalinowski, Clarissa Karling, Kelly Kirks, Tim Kurtz, Marie Lauer, Catherine Lepp, Lynette Lombard, Poppy Luca, Kristin Malin, Sri McCarthy, JP McDaniel, Craig Merchant,
Ofer MizraChi, Anne Rivers, Colleen Rockey, Sharon Sieben, Jordan Smith, Mary Ann Southworth, Holly Sturges, Mary Sundstrom, Dov Talpaz, Christine Towner, Margaret Tsirantonakis, Judith Tummino, Kristi Visser, Nancy Wall, Willie Williams, Megan Williamson, Becky Yazdan

All Art Works will run between February 27th and May 23rd, 2020 at The Yard: Columbus Circle, Floors 2, 11, and 12 (33 W. 60th Street, New York, NY) with an opening reception on February 27th, 2020 from 6-8 pm. To attend, please send us a note at events@theyard.com.

Artwork by Bruce Gordon

Garden of Circles by Bruce Gordon

Philadelphia

The Yard: Center City 

InLiquid Art + Design presents Going…Going…Gone by Sam Koren, Bhavisha Patel, Gillian Pokalo, Paul Rappoport, Marta Sanchez, and Arlene Solomon.

This exhibition will be on view through March 2020 at The Yard: Center City, Floors 2-5 (21 S. 11th Street, Philadelphia, PA) with a reception on February 19, 2020, from 5:30 – 7:30 pm. To attend, please send us a note at events@theyard.com.

 

The Big Bus Artwork by Arlene Solomon

The Big Bus by Arlene Solomon
Artwork courtesy of Arlene Solomon and InLiquid Art + Design

 

Artwork: Vertical Train Yard by Marta Sanchez

Vertical Train Yard by Marta Sanchez
Artwork courtesy of Marta Sanchez and InLiquid Art + Design

 

Artwork: Coming by Paul Rappoport

Coming by Paul Rappoport
Artwork courtesy of Paul Rappoport and InLiquid Art + Design

Washington, DC

The Yard: Eastern Market

The Yard presents Shape and Perspective, an art exhibition curated courtesy of Monochrome Collective featuring works from Gary Kret, Alexandra Arata, Reggie Black, Kate Warren, V. Smith, and  Jeanne Garant. Monochrome Collective is a Washington, DC-based art consulting firm that helps people start, build or focus their collection of fine art for residence or business.

This exhibition is currently on view at The Yard: Eastern Market, with an opening reception on Thursday, February 13 at 6 pm. 

Artwork Titled Still Life With Blue Dish

 Still Life With Blue Dish by Gary Kret

Boston

The Yard: Back Bay

AREA at The Yard presents In Manual Mode a group exhibition, featuring works by Andrew Fish, Michael Zacharie, Lior Neiger, Sarah Valente, Chomz, Chen Peng, Molly Kaderka, Chris Barnard, Timothy Kadish, Ola Aksan, John Ruggiero and Nathan Miner.

This exhibition is on view until April 14, 2020 at The Yard: Back Bay with an opening reception on February 5, 2020. To attend, please send us a note at events@theyard.com.

Artwork by Andrew Fish

Morning Coffee by Andrew Fish


Special thanks to our wonderful curators and contributing artists! We have great admiration for the time and care spent on each of our gallery exhibitions, and we truly appreciate the intrinsic power of art as an inspiring force.