Jeppe Hein, Breath from Pineal to Hara, 2019. Powder-coated aluminum, violet, blue, green, yellow, and red neon tubes, two-way mirror, powder-coated steel, and transformers, 130 x 130 x 13 cm. Photo: © Jeppe Hein, Courtesy 303 Gallery, New York

What To See in New York This September

Sculpture exhibitions opening in the city this month.


  • “Wendell Castle: A New Vocabulary,” Friedman Benda, September 5-October 12



  • “John Chamberlain: Baby Tycoons,” Hauser + Wirth, September 5-October 19

Josiah McElheny, Moon Mirror, 2019. Pressed colored prismatic glass, stainless steel, and hardware, 103 x 191.5 x 71 in. Photo: © Josiah McElheny 2019, Courtesy the artist and James Cohan, New York

  • “Richard Serra: Forged Rounds,” Gagosian, September 17-December 7

  • “Ethereal/Ephemeral: Keith Sonnier in the Sixties,” Castelli Gallery, September 20-November 23


  • Closing soon: “Phenomenal Nature: Mrinalini Mukherjee,” The Met Breuer, through September 29
Samuel Levi Jones, Giant, 2018. Repurposed football sled, 46 x 10 x 36 in. Photo: © Samuel Levi Jones, Courtesy Galerie Lelong & Co.


  • “Josiah McElheny: Observations at Night,” James Cohan, September 6-October 19



  • “Jeppe Hein: I AM WITH YOU,” 303 Gallery, September 12-October 19



Liz Glynn, To Sow (detail), 2016/2017. Eleven 3D-printed gypsum and nylon elements on powder-coated steel, 15 x 78 x 4 in. Photo: Steven Probert, © Liz Glynn, Courtesy Paula Cooper Gallery, New York
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