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Arthena, a crowdfunding platform that allows people to invest in art, is highlighting three of the New York art exhibitions coming up in September, and they’re all collections you won’t want to miss. All exhibitions are as exciting as they are unique, so be sure to set aside some time to visit them while you can.

  1. Jan Kossen Art Gallery. This gallery chooses abstract and conceptual art for its galleries, from both emerging and established artists around the world. This exhibition will run from September 10th through October 10th, and the website has announced a special solo performance from German artist Dieter Balzer, scheduled for September 10th, 6-8 P.M.
  2. Causey Contemporary Gallery. Elise Freda, conceptual artist whose work features bold colors and soft brushstrokes, will be showing her work at the gallery September 9th—October 11th. “Freda’s work uses encaustic and explories theories and painting techniques from both Eastern and Western culture. Her brushstrokes suggest techniques of calligraphy and the use of encaustic reveals her decisive process in the developments of her pieces,” writes The Huffington Post.
  3. Art 3. This gallery will show works from French-Mexican artist Alexis de Chaunac between September 16th and October 25th. His colorful art sometimes takes over entire pages of printed books. His work “draws from religion, mythology, art history, politics, literature, and his own trilingualism and multiculturalism to produce exuberant, mixed-media drawings,” according to the artist’s Artsy.

There will be many more exhibition showings in September and throughout the fall—this is New York, after all, where art lives and breathes. Though the summer exhibitions may be drawing to a close, you may still have time to see them before they retire, too—check out Tatiana Trouvé’s “Desire Lines” in Central Park, the Billion Oyster Pavilion on Governors Island, or Hank Thomas Willis’ “The Truth Is I See You” on Myrtle Street.