511 W. 25th St., 2nd fl.
Valerie McKenzie, the downtown-savvy former director of contemporary art at James Graham & Sons, is now on her own.
Opening: September 5 with a show of Chris Gallagher’s paintings of undulating, Fiestaware-colored stripes.
540 W. 26th St.
“You could describe it as an experiment in forced perspective,” says David Maupin of the gallery’s Rem Koolhaas design.
Opening: September 21 with frankly confessional British installationist Tracey Emin’s second solo show in New York.
505 W. 28th St.
James Graham & Sons is opening a Chelsea outpost, having joined forces with Jay Grimm, who’s now director of the gallery’s contemporary-art program.
Opening: September 26 with Tatyana Murray’s latest biomorpic polychrome sculptures.
533 W. 26th St.
Much bigger than their current quarters, this former body shop is designed to accommodate large works.
Opening: November 8 with a two-person show. Roxy Paine’s showing his mushrooms-on-panel pieces; Richard Long, a floor sculpture of stones.