Art Exhibitions for September

© Jammie Holmes, Gold Geneva 2022

What We Talking About, Jammie Homes

8 September 2022 - 8 October 2022

Marianne Boesky Gallery in New York presents What We Talking About, the debut New York solo exhibition of self-taught artist, Jammie Holmes. Drawing inspiration from personal memory, Holmes' serial work is littered with recurring motifs exploring intersocial relationships through self-portraiture. Holmes reimagines and adjusts perceptions around Black life and experiences in America. Holmes emphasises themes of status and power luxury and appropriation, and acceptance and exclusion. 

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© Nyugen E. Smith, Bundlehouse: FS Mini No.10 (Open water), 2022

Nyugen E. Smith: Bundlehouse: Just When You Thought It Was Safe

8 September 2022 - 8 October 2022

Sean Horton (Presents) announces Bundlehouse: Just When You Thought It Was Safe, a solo-exhibition by multi-disciplinary artist Nyugen Smith. His latest exhibition is a continuation of his prolific series beginning in 2005, featuring a collection of mixed-media pieces including paintings and sculptural works made out of bric-a-brac gathered during his travels in Western Africa. 

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© Mario Moore

Mario Moore, Enshrined: Prescence + Preservation 

In collaboration with California African American Museum, figurative painter Mario Moore presents his first solo exhibition in California. Bringing together works from his early career and pieces from his most recent series, The Work of Several Lifetimes (2019), Moore highlights the contribution of marginalised groups to the workforce. His work  celebrates both their labour and leisure, whilst encourage viewers to question who deserves to be immortalised in portraiture. 

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