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Autumn Art Shows Worth Seeing in New York City

The Fall gallery season is already in full swing here in New York and -- if you can squeeze in some non-fashion events -- there are lots of great things to see. Our roundup of the best shows to see over the next few weeks in NYC, below.

ArshamXPharrell-1.jpegOn September 11th, Daniel Arsham and Pharrell Williams will unveil a collaboration at The Standard, East Village. Not sure what exactly they have collab-ed on -- or why -- but it looks sort of like a de-constructed keyboard. We'll see tomorrow.

Screen Shot 2013-09-10 at 3.09.28 PM.pngAlso on the 11th, from 3-7pm, there's a release party for a poster called "8lb. Pooch" over at the SuperPier on the Hudson River near 15th Street. Look for it in the pop-up branch of Brooklyn's The Newsstand. There's also several other pop-ups in the space including Opening Ceremony, DKNY and a number of food vendors. SuperPier is only open until the 12th, when the whole space will be re-vamped into a giant multipurpose venue that will include a spa by Andre Balazs.

Screen Shot 2013-09-10 at 3.13.41 PM.pngNew York-based artist David Ellis has a show of paintings and mixed-media works called Hudson River Alley opening on Thursday, September 12 from 6-8pm at the Joshua Liner Gallery (540 West 28th Street). It's up until October 19.

Screen Shot 2013-09-10 at 3.17.48 PM.pngOn September 17th, the first US branch of Gallerie Perrotin will open at 909 Madison Avenue with a show by the Italian artist Paola Pivi. The acclaimed contemporary art gallery started in Paris in the late '80s and also recently opened a branch in Hong Kong. The Pivi show will be up until October 26 and will be followed on November 2 by an exhibit of new works by New York artist KAWS.

10ARTS4-blog480.jpgAnother reworked space on 239 10th Avenue at 24th Street (it was once a gas station) will host "temporary public art" until it's torn down and becomes a new residential building. Paul Kasmin and Michael Shvo put together the first show called Sheep Station, with works by the late Francois-Xavier Lalanne. It opens on September 16 and runs until October 20. Look for the flock of sheep sculptures made of stone.

P-20120910-00211_News-1.jpgRed Bull is hosting "The Canvas Cooler Project" this fall with 20 New York-based artists who will transform Red Bull coolers into customized works of art. Before the pieces go on display in each venue, they will be on view Thursday, September 19, at 9pm, at The 1896 (215 Ingraham Street, Brooklyn). The artists include Cope2, Hanksy, Jerkface, Col Wallnuts, JMR and more.

There are also several shows that opened last week, but are worth checking out:

Leila Pazooki_This is Not Green_2009_hires-thumb-700x361-117032.jpgDon't miss the current group show at Leila Heller Gallery (568 West 25th Street) called Calligraffiti curated by Heller and Jeffrey Deitch.

The_Bar_on_2nd_Ave_copy.jpgNew York-based artist Tom Sanford has a show at Kravets/Wehby on 521 West 21st Street. It includes this amazing portrait of PAPER's Carlo McCormick called The Bar on 2nd Ave (2013), which is reason enough to go. It's on view until October 12.

pizza-hero-gallery.jpgMarlborough Gallery just opened a new space at 331 Broome Street on the Lower East Side and they've launched with a cool -- and yummy? -- exhibit called Pizza Time! centered around everyone's favorite food. The group show, up until October 6, includes works by Catherine Ahearn, John Baldessari, Nate Lowman, Spencer Sweeney and Jonah Freeman and Justin Lowe.

Screen Shot 2013-09-10 at 3.35.30 PM.pngJonathan LeVine Gallery (at 529 West 20th Street) has a great display of internet meme-ready new works by Blek Le Rat called Ignorance Is Bliss that will be up until October 5.

5_Andrew_Schoultz_NewWork_2013_web2.jpgNew works by Andrew Schoultz are now on view at Morgan Lehman at 535 West 22nd Street. Check it out before October 12.

DigEx_InstallView2_web.gifUntil October 19, the Suzanne Geiss Company (76 Grand Street) features an exhibition of works by Ben Wolf Noam, Greg Parma Smith and Korakrit Arunanondchai called Digital Expressionism.

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