By  on September 4, 2007

The collections at New York's Bryant Park aren't the only shows in town: While models are stalking the runways, the art galleries will be busy hosting a slew of openings following their summer breaks. Uptown, gallerist Marian Goodman looks back on her 30 years in the business with a two-part exhibition, while SoHo's Team Gallery fetes rising artist Gardar Eide Einarsson. Here's a selection of exhibits to name-drop at the after parties.

Sept. 10 to Oct. 13
Marian Goodman Gallery
24 West 57th Street
Goodman celebrates her 30th anniversary, with pieces by Gerhard Richter, William Kentridge, Thomas Struth, Sol LeWitt and Maurizio Cattelan.

Huma Bhabha
Sept. 12 to Oct. 26
Salon 94 Freemans
1 Freeman Alley
This Poughkeepsie, N.Y.-based Pakistani artist combines found objects into creepy, anthropomorphic creations.

Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba
Sept. 6 to Oct. 20
Lehmann Maupin Gallery
540 West 26th Street
Well-known for his films, the Vietnam-based artist examines globalization in Southeast Asia with a new production and mirrored sculptural installations.

Raymond Pettibon
Sept. 11 to Oct. 20
David Zwirner
519 West 19th Street
A new show of works on paper from the sometime rock 'n' roller.

Emilio Perez
Sept. 6 to Oct. 13
Galerie Lelong
528 West 26th Street
Perez's mind-bending, colorful paintings take viewers on a psychedelic trip.

Adam Helms
Sept. 8 to Oct. 6
Marianne Boesky Gallery
509 West 24th Street
Buffaloes and guerrilla warriors take over the Chelsea space in Helms' first solo New York show.

Gardar Eide Einarsson
Sept. 6 to Oct. 13
Team Gallery
83 Grand Street<
The young Norwegian references Judge Dredd comics and street signs in his politically charged, black-and-white works.

Matt Keegan
Sept. 6 to 29
D'Amelio Terras
525 West 22nd Street
Keegan incorporates the words "You," "Me," "I" and "We" in his large photo-collages and prints.

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