to Oct 23


Alchemy by Michel Leroy
OPENING RECEPTION, Wednesday, Oct. 2nd, 6 - 8 PM
The exhibition runs Oct. 2nd - 23rd

PANEL DISCUSSION, Thursday, Oct. 10th from 6 - 8 PM (panel discussion starts at 7 pm sharp)

In conjunction with the exhibit a live panel discussion focusing on body-positive issues in contemporary art will take place on October 10th from 7-8 pm at the Gallery Max. The artist has invited four panelists to speak on their experiences and expertise.

Moderated by Suzee Skwiot, Managing Editor, Host & Producer, Adorama Podcast

-Michel Leroy: Photographer and creator of the Alchemy Series
-Sherri Littlefield: Gallery curator and photography consultant
-Dalijah Franklin: Athlete and founder/CEO of Black Girls Pole
-Phillip Evans: Athlete, instructor and manager Body & Pole

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Max Fujishima's "Wish You Aere Here"
to May 29

Max Fujishima's "Wish You Aere Here"

Please join us for celeblating

Gallery Max Soho552 Broadway, Suite 401, bet Prince & Spring St. 4th Floor, buzz #9

Opening Recetpion: Wednesday, May 8th,  6 - 8 PM 
The exhibition runs May 8th - 29th  11am-6pm, Tue-Sat, Sat appointment only, Sun, Mon closed

MAX FUJISHIMA    Fujishima doesn’t think he is a photographer; he simply creates  “paintings” using a camera. “I am capturing wind, not subject,” he says. “And clouds, rain, water on the river, and whatever the wind moves. Maybe I’m shooting gravity.” This is why he thinks his work differs from the art form called photography.

"A BRIEF BREATH"   Size: 40"x 30" Place: Guilin, China,  Year: 2018

Size: 40"x 30"
Place: Guilin, China,
Year: 2018

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to Apr 26

Up Coming Exhibition- Opening Night April 3rd, at 6-8 pm

Gallery Max Soho Proud to announce AHMET YESIL: VOICES and TRACES solo exhibition

Yesil has been actively working as an artist since 1982. He has been opened 105 solo exhibitions, participated in 297 mixed and contest exhibitions, and received 24 awards. Even though he follows closely the art movements in the world and in Turkey, he clings to his own reality, developing his art as his brush portrays his longing, passions, excitement, emotions, ideas, pain and joy on the canvas. What needs to be emphasized is that he created an idiosyncratic visual language, which can only be defined as “Ahmet Yesil’s style”. Like many artists, his early period stands out with landscape paintings. During this period, the artist mostly produced paintings that could be defined as impressionistic. His second period can be defined as the figure period, during which he approached women and children in a social and societal context.

His third period (1990-1997) was the era when he really began to flourish as an artist. The image of rope began to attain an important place in his paintings and became an essential part of his compositions during this period. In his fourth period as an artist, ropes and strings started taking up all the surface and content on the canvas. His recent works are detached from any thematic narrative; fully minimalistic works created by plastic and artistic power become semiotic and open pieces. The perfect harmony of rhythm, balance, lyricism, lighting, shadow and bright colors in Yesil’s paintings enable on viewers from various cultures to immediately interact with the image. That’s why his pieces have been included in many personal and public collections in many countries, such as Turkey, Germany, USA, Canada, Netherlands and UK. Ahmet Yesil “Voices and Traces” will be display on April 3rd -26th, 2019 at the Gallery Max Soho.

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6:00 PM18:00

Up Coming Exhibition- Opening Night MARCH 8th, at 6-8 PM

"Moving Through Stellar Space"                 

Exhibition runs through March 8- 28th  



Katinka Mann is a sculptor living and continuously working in New York since the 1940s. The metal reliefs are an exten-sion of her previous body of work in photo-based reliefs.
She says "Using dimensional drawings and dimensional photographs, I reshape line, space, texture, and color. New work has always been inspired by my previous body of work. The inspiration for these metal works has its roots in photographs taken in my studio in 1982. This working process propels me to a different level of clarity that I find very exciting".

Her work has been written about by numerous art writers and critics from Arts Magazine, Newsday and The NewYork Times. She is represented in many public and private collections including the Westlicht Museum, Vienna, Austria, The Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY, Heckscher Museum of Art, Huntington, NY, Islip Art Museum, Islip, NY, Hillwood Art Museum, Greenvale, NY, Polaroid Int’l Corp., Cambridge, Ma., Russ Togs Corporation, NY, etc.


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to Feb 27

UP COMING EXHIBITION- Opening Night Event Feb. 6th, Starts at 6 pm -8 pm


We are proud to announce GREGOIRE DEVIN 

Parisian artist, brilliantly evokes mental, urban ideas through his paintings, sculptures and painted ceramics. While using street art as a base, Grégoire Devin integrates concepts and styles that draw from the early facets of childhood art, his travels, his interactions with street culture and graffiti. Devin is a prolific artist showing his works around the world, in places like NYC, Miami, Tokyo and Beijing in China. Gregoire Devin received Best Global Artist Award at Dubai in November 2018.

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