5 Gallery Shows to Look Forward to This Fall

5 Gallery Shows to Look Forward to This Fall

Anne Imhof, Avatar, 2022. Video, color, sound. Featuring Eliza Douglas. Directed by Jean-René Étienne and Lola Raban-Oliva. Courtesy of the artist, Sprüth Magers and Galerie Buchholz.

This year, there are more fairs than ever for galleries to attend in September and October. With that in mind, we rounded up the 5 must-see gallery shows this fall. 

  • Sam McKinniss, “Misery”
    Almine Rech, Turenne, France
    Through October 8th

    Sam McKinniss’s first outing in France comprises paintings reinterpreting famous press images, such as actor Kathy Bates accepting her Oscar for Misery, the Stephen King adaptation that the exhibition takes its name from


  • Anne Imhof, “Avatar II”
    Sprüth Magers, London
    Opens September 23rd

    Coinciding with her Stedelijk show, Golden Lion–winning German artist Anne Imhof will bring her moody performance art to Sprüth Magers, the first time any artist has been alloted all four floors of the gallery’s London outpost.


  • Mire Lee, “Carriers”
    Tina Kim Gallery, New York
    Opens September 15th

    Following her first Venice Biennale outing, Mire Lee’s series of gloopy, kinetic sculptures, “Carriers”—first shown at a much-Instagrammed exhibition at Schinkel Pavillon in Berlin—arrives in the U.S.


  • teamLab, “Massless Suns”
    Pace Gallery, Seoul
    Through October 29th

    New interactive digital works from the interdisciplinary art collective will take over the ground floor of the newly expanded Pace Seoul, as well as the outdoor sculpture garden.


  • Richard Serra, “Transmitter”
    Gagosian, Le Bourget, France
    Opens September 18th

    Coinciding with a three-day retrospective of his films at the Centre Pompidou, Gagosian will present a recent sculpture by Richard Serra, Transmitter (2020). Made of weatherproof steel, its vast dimensions promise to wow.


This article was written by Josie Thaddeus-Johns.