Now live Bailey Scieszka’s charismatic alter-ego, Old Put the Clown presents Old-Put’s Acquire-it Network (OAN). View and shop now
Upcoming Kristen Wentrek + Andrew Zebulon, and Sean-Kierre Lyons + Alake Shilling
Project Larrie is proud to announce “The Clouds and Flowers are always taking notes” by Sean-Kierre Lyons on view starting May 27, 2020. This campaign has only one purpose: to spread love and joy. See available works
Exhibition Liz Hopkins: Gristle is on view through June 7, 2020. See their work
Event Schmatta Shrink is open @ Larrie through the weekend of February 15, 2020.
Exhibition Your Ability to Touch is Limitless is an immersive exhibition of Alicia Mersy’s photographs, sculptures and interactive video works. The exhibition is on view December 15, 2019 – February 7, 2020. See their work
Exhibition Larrie is pleased to present 1:21, the first solo exhibition by Brooklyn-based photographer Daniel Arnold, curated by Emily Rosser, opening on October 13, 2019. See their work
Event Cafe Forgot @ Larrie through the end of August 2019
Performance Sean-Kierre Lyons is performing Boot Strings on July 27, 2019, an interactive performance in conjunction with the closing of Mmhhmm.
Exhibition Larrie is pleased to present Mmhhmm, the first solo exhibition with New York-based artist Sean-Kierre Lyons, opening on June 21, 2019. See their work
Exhibition Larrie is pleased to present Cleave-To, the gallery’s first exhibition with New York-based artist Vanessa Thill, opening May 2, 2019. See their work
Exhibition Larrie is pleased to present Talk of the Town, a solo exhibition by artist Ashley Teamer opening on March 9, 2019. The reception will open in conjunction with the New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) New York Gallery Open initiative. See their work
Exhibition Larrie is pleased to present The Truth Remains that No One Wants to Know, a solo show by Bailey Scieszka opening January 6, 2019. See their work
Exhibition Larrie is pleased to present Absent Without Leave, a solo exhibition by New York artist Camilla Deterre, opening on September 23, 2018 The exhibition is on view July 19 – August 26, 2018. See their work
Exhibition By Design brings together the work of three artists, Ilana Harris-Babou, Sophie Hirsch, and Sam Stewart, who call attention to the ways in which aesthetic preference, contemporary design, and taste are inextricable from histories of oppression and methods of control. See their work
Event Lou Dallas @ Larrie on June 26 - July 15, 2018
Exhibition Larrie is delighted to present A Crowded Room, a solo exhibition by Serban Ionescu, on view May 4 – June 17, 2018. A Crowded Room features an immersive installation created specifically for the gallery space. See their work
Exhibition A prick not a puncture. A horizon not a line. Thea Gregorius’ debut show at Larrie embeds itself in the quiet power of the mark. Each of her compositions on paper acts as mirror, as skin, absorbing the articulate force of the artist’s needle and the viewer’s eye. Horizon Relief opens on March 25, 2018. See their work
Exhibition Larrie is delighted to present a solo exhibition with Ilana Harris-Babou, Reparation Hardware, on view February 4 – May 11, 2018. See their work
Exhibition Marissa Bluestone: Action Paintings is on view November 17 – December 29, 2017. See their work
Performance Odwalla1221, Eartheater, Marcelline benefitting Swipe it Forward Campaign & The Morris Home. November 8, 2017.
Exhibition Larrie presents Well Adjusted, Hayley Martell’s first solo exhibition with the gallery. The show consists of new works by the artist: sculptures incorporating weaving, clay, and plexiglass, as well as video, graphite drawings, and one interactive piece. The exhibition opens October 8, 2017.See their work
Exhibition Larrie invites you to Doctor’s Hours, a new installation and exhibition of glass works and drawings by Doreen Garner opening on May 21 – June 18, 2017. See their work
Exhibition Larrie is pleased to present Crazy? Did you say crazy? I was crazy once., a solo exhibition of new work by Brooklyn-based artist Sara Rabin running July 30 – September 10, 2017. See their work
Residency From April 25 – May 3, 2017, Curtis Talwst Santiago was the first resident at Larrie. While at the space, Curtis revisited his Red Face drawings and presented them on the last day. See their work
Exhibition Larrie invites you to Thank God For Abortion, a symposium, prayer campaign and shop centered around reproductive justice by artist and advocate Viva Ruiz. Thank God For Abortion will run May 11–18, 2017.
Reading Sarah Schulman from Conflict is Not Abuse on March 5, 2017
Exhibition Larrie is proud to present Dynamic Opposition, a solo exhibition of new work by artist Sophie Hirsch opening on January 29, 2017. The exhibition will be held in both the front and back rooms. This will be the first exhibition held in the space. See their work