Here Are 13 of Our Favorite Gallery Shows From Coast to Coast That You Can Visit Virtually

Gallery hop at any time of day with these virtual shows from Los Angeles to New York.

Allison Schulnik, Desert Pincushion #3 (2019). Courtesy of P.P.O.W.

Art galleries provide necessary spaces for creative discovery and connection—experiences we all may be seeking in our current existences. Luckily, many galleries across the country can still be visited virtually, and at your work-from-home leisure through Artnet Galleries

If you’re in need of an art break, here are 13 of our favorite exhibitions, from New York to California, that you can gallery hop through your laptop. 

Tanya Bonakdar

Installation view “Kelly Akashi: Mood Organ,” 2020. Courtesy of Tanya Bonakdar Gallery.

  1. Kelly Akashi: Mood Organ” at Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York
    Price: Free
    Time: All day, every day
Installation view of "Mark Webber: We Shall be a City Upon a Hill." Courtesy of Anita Rogers. Photo by Jon-Paul Rodriguez

Installation view of “Mark Webber: We Shall be a City Upon a Hill.” Courtesy of Anita Rogers. Photo by Jon-Paul Rodriguez.

2. “Mark Webber: We Shall Be City Upon a Hill” at Anita Rogers Gallery, Brooklyn

Price: Free
Time: All day, every day

Installation view "William N. Copley: The New York Years," 2020. Courtesy of Kasmin.

Installation view “William N. Copley: The New York Years,” 2020. Courtesy of Kasmin.

3. “William N. Copley: The New York Years” at Kasmin, New York 

Price: Free
Time: All day, every day

Leah Durner, Billiard Green 2 (2011). Courtey of Loretta Howard Gallery

Leah Durner, Billiard Green 2 (2011). Courtesy of Loretta Howard Gallery

4. “Leah Durner: Paintings on Italian Colored Paper” at Loretta Howard Gallery, New York 

Price: Free
Time: All day, every day

Installation view “Al Taylor: A / Low / Ha The Hawaiian Work, ” 2020. Courtesy of David Zwirner.

Installation view “Al Taylor: A / Low / Ha The Hawaiian Work, ” 2020. Courtesy of David Zwirner.

5. “Al Taylor: A / Low / Ha The Hawaiian Work”  at David Zwirner, New York
Price: Free
Time: All day, every day

Mohau Modisakeng, Untitled 28 (2018). Courtesy of Jenkins Johnson.

Mohau Modisakeng, Untitled 28 (2018). Courtesy of Jenkins Johnson.

6. “Mohau Modisakeng: A Promised Land” at Jenkins Johnson Gallery, Brooklyn

Price: Free
Time: All day, every day

Studio of Britton Tolliver, Climbing the Wall (2018). Courtesy of Luis De Jesus Los Angeles.

Studio of Britton Tolliver, Climbing the Wall (2018). Courtesy of Luis De Jesus Los Angeles.

7. “Britton Tolliver: Bend to Play” at Luis de Jesus Los Angeles

Price: Free
Time: All day, every day

Jane Bustin, Eggman (2020). Courtesy of Jane Lombard Gallery.

Jane Bustin, Eggman (2020). Courtesy of Jane Lombard Gallery.

8. “Jane Bustin: The Colour of Words” at Jane Lombard Gallery, New York

Price: Free
Time: All day, every day

Sam Francis, Untitled (1965). Courtesy of David Benrimon Fine Art, LLC.

Sam Francis, Untitled (1965). Courtesy of David Benrimon Fine Art, LLC.

9. “Sam Francis” at David Benrimon Fine Art, New York

Price: Free
Time: All day, every day

Hans Hofmann, Untitled (circa 1942). Courtesy of Bookstein Projects

Hans Hofmann, Untitled (circa 1942). Courtesy of Bookstein Projects.

10. “Hans Hoffman: On Paper”  at Bookstein Projects, New York

Price: Free
Time: All day, every day

Allison Schulnik, Green Gin with White Moth (2019). Courtesy of P.P.O.W

Allison Schulnik, Green Gin with White Moth (2019). Courtesy of P.P.O.W.

11. “Allison Schunik: Hatch”  at P.P.O.W., New York

Price: Free
Time: All day, every day

Richard Fleischner, Untitled Construction (2016). Courtesy of Helwaser Gallery

Richard Fleischner, Untitled Construction (2016). Courtesy of Helwaser Gallery.

12. “Richard Fleischner: Witness Mark”  at Helwaser Gallery, New York

Price: Free
Time: All day, every day

Bryce Speed, Stars Fell (2019). Courtesy of Venvi Art Gallery

Bryce Speed, Stars Fell (2019). Courtesy of Venvi Art Gallery.

13. “Bryce Speed: The Floating Worldat Venvi Art Gallery, Tallahassee 

Price: Free
Time: All day, every day


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