45 art exhibitions to see in New York (and beyond) this fall

Artist based in Paris Xinyi Cheng presents its first show in the United States. It opens in November at Matthew Marks. Gay men are often a theme in her brightly colored and provocative paintings – she revises gendered thinking.

“Golden Darkness”, Nari Ward latest project, is curated by Massimiliano Gioni (husband of Cecilia Alemani and creative director of the New Museum) for the Trussardi Foundation at the Centro Balneare Romano in Milan (from September 12 to October 16). His next major exhibition at the New Museum is The doors of the theater “The young lords and their traces” (November 10 to February 5, 2023).

You can see the last ever photographs of Andy Warhol and Michael Jackson, a rare portrait of Alexander McQueen – in a ball gown – and much more in by David LaChapelle “Persuade” at Fotografiska New York. (September 9 to January 9.)

“Guston/Morandi/Scully” at the Mnuchin Gallery, curated by Sukanya Rajaratnam (45 East 78th Street, from September 8 to October 15).

by Mary Heilman “Dream” at 303 Gallery—she red break, one of his most notable paintings, shares the space here with ceramics and a slice of his brightly colored furniture. (555 West 21st Street, from September 17 to October 29.)

“Sheree Hovsepian: Bend Over” at Rachel Uffner (170 Suffolk Street, from September 16 to November 5).

Issy Wood’s “Time Sensitive,” his new paintings of diverted images, are both imagined and real. (Michael Werner, 4 East 77th Street, September 9 through November 12.)

“Bámigbóyè: a master sculptor of the Yorùbá tradition” at the Yale University Art Gallery (September 9 to January 8, 2023).

A selection of portraits of Njedeka Akunyili Crosby from his ongoing series of Nigerian children called The pretty; it is organized by Hilton Als at the Yale Center for British Art (September 22 to January 22, 2023).

To Diana New York, the new cooperative gallery making its debut this month in a room with plenty of art gallery history at 127 Henry Street, three international galleries are teaming up and opening with a group of artists from their stables – Amba Sayal-Bennett, Philip Mueller, Matthew Kirk, Jimmy Wright, Rachel Martin and Tyler Bright Hilton. (from September 7 to October 16.)

William E. Bennett