2015 Fall Arts Preview: Art

Ongoing through September 19

Sloth (The Seven Deadly Sins)
The Aldrich Contemporary Art
Museum, Ridgefield, CT

The Aldrich fully embraces the vice by encouraging visitors to relax in reclining armchairs and view work from the other exhibits on screens in the gallery. 

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Teresa Margolles, american juju for the Tapestry of Truth

Ongoing through October 11

Teresa Margolles: We Have a Common Thread

Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase

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The centerpiece of Margolles’ exhibit is american Juju for the Tapestry of Truth—a commentary on racial violence and tragedy, inspired by the death of Eric Garner.

 

Ongoing through October 11

Greed: Gold (The Seven Deadly Sins)

Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase

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The exhibit features works by 22 contemporary artists and explores the economic and emotional worth of the precious metal. 

 

Thorton Dial, The Reservoir, 1990, Oil on Canvas

Ongoing through October 11

Inside the Outside: Five Self-Taught Artists from the William Louis-Dreyfus Foundation 

Katonah Museum of Art, Katonah
The exhibit showcases highlights from the collection of William Louis-Dreyfus, featuring the work of five self-taught artists. 

 

Ongoing through October 18

Behind Doors and Through Windows: Reflections on Contemporary Domestic Life
Edward Hopper House, Nyack, NY
This group exhibition challenges the idyllic and sentimental visions of domestic life by portraying the everyday complexities of individual relationships. 

 

Ongoing through November 29

Theodore Nierenberg: Photographs from His World Travels
Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT
See a collection of lesser-known portraits from the travels of photographer (and founder of Dansk International Designs) Theodore Nierenberg

 

September 27–December 31

Peekskill Project 6
Peekskill hosts a citywide public art festival with installations and performances by more than 60 local artists at parks and in historical buildings throughout the city. 

 

Ongoing through November 29

Every Kind of a Painter: Thomas Prichard Rossiter (1818-1871)
Boscobel House and Gardens, Garrison, NY
Boscobel hosts a retrospective exhibit of Rossiter’s work including landscapes in the style of the Hudson River School, as well as other subjects like portraits, genre scenes, and history paintings. 

 

Ongoing through December 6 

Hermann Nitsch “Leviticus”
Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, Peekskill 
Artist Hermann Nitsch creates an exhibit based on the Old Testament featuring 12 terragraph prints with accompanying excerpts from Leviticus in both Hebrew and German. 

 

September 8–November 8

Then & Now: Ten Years of Residencies at The Center for Book Arts
Castle Gallery, New Rochelle
For the first time in 20 years, The College of New Rochelle’s Castle Gallery hosts an exhibit from New York’s The Center for Book Arts. 

 

September 10–October 25

Season X: Celebrating a Decade
OSilas Gallery at Concordia
College, Bronxville

Artists and collectors from every major exhibit since 2006 return to the gallery with newly created or collected work to show how their collections have evolved. 

 

September 18–October 31

The Print Show: Celebrating 45 Years of Printmaking with Pace Prints, New York

Westport Arts Center, Westport, CT
The Westport Arts Center hosts an exhibition focused on printmaking with works from 20 major contemporary artists.  

 

October 25–January 24, 2016

SupraEnviornmental
Katonah Museum of Art, Katonah
The exhibition, featuring works by contemporary artists, smudges the line between the museum’s man-made interior and the natural exterior environments. 

 

September 26–27

Armonk Outdoor Art Show
Community Park, Armonk
Now in its 54th year, the Armonk Outdoor Arts Show features more than 185 juried artists comprising a broad cross-section of artistic mediums, including painting, sculpture, photography, printmaking, crafts, and wearable art. 

 

September 26–January 3, 2016

Charles Harold Davis, Mystic Impressionist
Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT
This retrospective exhibition follows the evolution of American landscape painter Charles Harold Davis’ artistic style from the late 19th century into the early 20th century. 

 

September 30–February 28, 2016

Greenwich Choices: 50 Objects That Illustrate Our History
Greenwich Historical Society, Greenwich, CT
The exhibit features a curated selection of historic objects that reflect transformative moments in Greenwich’s 375-year history. 

 

October 11 – March 13, 2016

After 1965
Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase
A selection of works that represent a period of cultural change in the mid-1960s and early ’70s, with particular emphasis on that period’s continued influence today. 

 

October 17–January 17, 2016

Dancers Among Us:
Jordan Matter 
Hudson River Museum, Yonkers

The museum displays a collection of photographs by Jordan Matter, including images from his New York Times bestselling book Dancers Among Us, and new images set in Westchester. 

 

November 8–February 21, 2016

Liza Lou: Color Field and Solid Gray
Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase
Liza Lou’s most recent installation, Color Field, carpets nearly the entire floor of the Neuberger’s Theater Gallery with shimmering, colored glass beads.

 

Steve DiBenedetto, Metacopter, 2003

November 15–April 3, 2016

Painting in Four Takes
The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, CT
For the first time in more than 20 years, The Aldrich dedicates all of its galleries to painting for an exhibition of works by four artists: Steve DiBenedetto, Hayal Pozanti, Julia Rommel, and Ruth Root.

Our Wine & Food Festival returns June 4-9!

Our Wunderkinds event takes place on May 23!

Our Best of Business Ballot is open through May 15!

Our Healthcare Heroes Awards event takes place on May 9!

Our Westchester Home Builders Awards take place on April 4!

Our Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Forum is March 14!

Unveiled: A Boutique Bridal Brunch is February 25!

Our Best of Westchester Elimination Ballot is open through March 6!

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