Take a Limo to One of These Must-See NYC Art Shows This Fall

Visit the Luhring Augustine in a NYC limo this fall to see pieces like this by Pipilotti Rist.

Fall is coming, which means a new batch of must-see NYC art shows will be moving into the galleries. Get some friends together, grab a few bottles of wine and plan a fun, sophisticated night out on the town in NYC in a luxurious limo. Have the chauffeur take you to two or three of these shows suggested, by Time Out New York, and experience the beautiful artistic creations in style.

Gerhard Richter, “Lines Which Do Not Exist” at the Drawing Center will be opening on September 11, 2010 until November 18. Although the artist, Richter is known for his paintings, he’s also explored other art forms including drawing. This will be the first time in the U.S. that 50 of his works on paper are being gathered together in survey form. Enjoy the abstract compositions in graphite, watercolor and india ink as well as the interesting arrangements and displays.

“50 Years at Pace” at the Pace Gallery will open on September 17, 2010 until October 23. Enjoy modern and contemporary art that explores the Pace Gallery’s 50 years in business. Everything from late Picasso to Willem de Kooning and Jean Duffet will be on display at Pace’s four locations. The exhibition also offers a guided audio tour of the Pace Gallery for free.

Pipilotti Rist, “Heroes of Birth” at Luhring Augustine will open September 11, 2010 until October 23. Rist is a video artist but her work is definitely not limited to a movie screen. She’s transformed the floor into a work of art with her in-floor projection Selbstlos im Lavabad as well as turned Museum of Modern Art’s Marron Atrium into a brightly colored wonderland. Her latest exhibition includes video as well as other elements such as Rist-designed wallpaper and a chandelier made from a metal skeleton.

Think you can fit more than three art shows in one night? Or maybe you just want to see what other hot shows are opening soon. Before you rent your limo, check out this guide at NewYork.TimeOut.com in depth and decide for yourself which NYC shows sound the best.

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