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  • poster for Leilah Weinraub “Shakedown”

    Leilah Weinraub “Shakedown”

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    • at Gavin Brown's Enterprise
    • in the Harlem, Bronx area
    • Ends tomorrow

    SHAKEDOWN tells the story of Los Angeles’ black lesbian strip club scene and its genesis crafted by Weinraub over a fifteen-year period that began in 2002. Owned and operated by women, underground and...More »

  • poster for Paul Sietsema Exhibition

    Paul Sietsema Exhibition

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    • at Matthew Marks Gallery 523 W 24th St.
    • in the Chelsea 24th area
    • Ends in 4 days

    Matthew Marks presents Paul Sietsema, the next exhibition in his gallery at 523 West 24th Street. The exhibition features new paintings, drawings, and a 16mm film. For one group of paintings, Sietsema...More »

  • poster for Martine Syms “Big Surprise”

    Martine Syms “Big Surprise”

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    • at Bridget Donahue
    • in the Lower East Side area
    • Ends in 5 days

    Big Surprise is the second solo exhibition at Bridget Donahue by writer, filmmaker, and publisher Martine Syms, concurrent to her solo exhibition at Sadie Coles HQ, London, Grand Calme. The culmination...More »

  • poster for “THE UN-HEROIC ACT:
Representations of Rape in 
Contemporary Women’s Art in the U.S.” Exhibition

    “THE UN-HEROIC ACT:
Representations of Rape in 
Contemporary Women’s Art in the U.S.” Exhibition

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    • at John Jay College
    • in the Midtown area
    • Ends in 10 days

    Curated by Monika Fabijanska The Anya and Andrew Shiva Gallery at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY presents a groundbreaking exhibition The Un-Heroic Act: Representations of Rape in Contemporary...More »

  • poster for Nino Cais​ “Don’t turn off the light”

    Nino Cais​ “Don’t turn off the light”

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    • at Fridman Gallery
    • in the Soho area
    • Ends in 11 days

    Fridman Gallery presents Don’t turn off the light, the Brazilian artist Nino Cais’ second exhibition with the gallery. The exhibition presents the artist’s take on male and female forms through installation,...More »

  • poster for Marianna Simnett “Blood In My Milk

    Marianna Simnett “Blood In My Milk

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    • at The New Museum of Contemporary Art
    • in the Lower East Side area
    • Ends in 75 days

    “Blood In My Milk” is the title of a new film, sound, and light installation by Marianna Simnett (b. 1986, Kingston-upon-Thames, United Kingdom) and the artist’s first institutional solo exhibition in...More »

  • poster for “Harry Potter: A History Of Magic Explores Folklore And Magic” Exhibition

    “Harry Potter: A History Of Magic Explores Folklore And Magic” Exhibition

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    • at The New-York Historical Society
    • in the Upper East Side area
    • Ends in 96 days

    British Library’s Most Successful Exhibition Marks the 20th Anniversary of J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone Publication in the U.S. by Scholastic Excitingly, the exhibition will...More »

  • poster for Constantin Brancusi Exhibition

    Constantin Brancusi Exhibition

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    • at The Museum of Modern Art
    • in the Midtown area
    • Ends in 118 days

    Floor Two, Paul J. Sachs Galleries The Museum of Modern Art charts Constantin Brancusi’s achievements and innovations in sculpture through the focused presentation Constantin Brancusi Sculpture, on...More »

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Permanent events

  • poster for "Action: Sex and the Moving Image" Exhibition

    "Action: Sex and the Moving Image" Exhibition

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    • at The Museum of Sex
    • in the Flatiron, Gramercy area

    We live in a visual culture. Everywhere we look we are bombarded with images often to the point of sensory overload. Images shape our desires, the way we think and the manner in which we connect and interact...More »

  • poster for "Chinatown Film Project: How Do You See Chinatown?" Exhibition

    "Chinatown Film Project: How Do You See Chinatown?" Exhibition

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    • at The Museum of Chinese in America
    • in the Lower Manhattan area

    The Chinatown Film Project (CFP), MOCA's inaugural film exhibition features ten original short films by ten of New York's most exciting filmmakers. The Guy with the Cigarette directed by Miguel Arteta;...More »

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