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With the fall art season in full swing, we turn our lens to the galleries of Los Angeles.
From the art neighborhoods of the Lower East Side to Chelsea, women artists have kicked off New York’s fall cultural season with some of the best exhibitions in the city.
Rounding up six New York solo shows that highlight reality rendered raw, we take you around the town for a look at some of the best paintings and sculpture being made today.
Summer is traditionally a time for thematic group exhibitions, which provide galleries the opportunity to introduce new artists to their collectors, and three Los Angeles dealers are currently presenting some notable shows.
In this round-up of five standout solo shows, we discover three young female figurative painters—Grace Weaver, Rute Merk, and Sojourner Truth Parsons—that every art lover should have on their radar and two seasoned abstractionists—KATSU and Warren Isensee—working in solely original styles.
With galleries slowly reopening across the Americas, especially in cities where the curve has been flattened, we took a look at the solo shows on view and found a number of exhibitions dealing with concepts of art-making in fresh and exciting ways.
Scoping out the budding gallery scene, we round-up three must-see shows currently on view in the Hamptons’ freshest spaces.

As art exhibitions have begun to reopen amidst the continuing coronavirus pandemic, we’ve discovered that a number of American galleries are highlighting abstraction, even though figuration is what’s generally trending today. 

Whether it’s a stylistic shift or merely a coincidence, we’ll have to wait and see in order to further evaluate, but what we can uncover now is that regardless of gender or age, abstraction still holds a fascination with artists and continues to convey a pictorial language that takes viewers beyond their day to day existence.

Having to wait a bit longer for New York, Chicago, and LA dealers to reopen, we turned our sights on European galleries mounting recently opened exhibitions of American artists.
Nothing can compare to actually seeing art in person, but online exhibitions that are chock-full of content is undoubtedly the next best thing.