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  • poster for “Tokyo Pop Underground” Exhibition

    “Tokyo Pop Underground” Exhibition

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    • at Deitch Projects (Wooster St.)
    • in the Soho area
    • Ends in 44 days

    Until the Meiji Restoration in 1868, the Japanese language did not have a word for fine art. The word bijutsu was constructed, combining Chinese characters bi, for beauty, and jutsu, for craft. This hybrid...More »

  • poster for Olga Titus “Simsalabim”

    Olga Titus “Simsalabim”

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    • at WHITE BOX
    • in the Upper East Side area
    • Ends in 9 days

    Curated by Lara Pan WHITEBOX HARLEM presents the first NYC solo exhibition of Swiss–Malaysian artist Olga Titus titled ¨SIMSALABIM,” curated by Lara Pan. This exhibition features the artist’s recent...More »

  • poster for Xandra Ibarra “Forever Sidepiece”

    Xandra Ibarra “Forever Sidepiece”

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    • at Knockdown Center
    • in the Queens area
    • Ends in 38 days

    This will be the first NYC solo exhibition of Oakland-based artist and performer Xandra Ibarra, who also works under the alias La Chica Boom. The exhibition is rooted in Ibarra’s performance practice,...More »

  • 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 Melanie Crean, Shaun Leonardo and Sable Elyse Smith “Mirror/Echo/Tilt”

    Melanie Crean, Shaun Leonardo and Sable Elyse Smith “Mirror/Echo/Tilt”

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    • at The New Museum of Contemporary Art
    • in the Lower East Side area
    • Ends in 17 days

    Mirror/Echo/Tilt is a performance and pedagogical project created by artists Melanie Crean, Shaun Leonardo, and Sable Elyse Smith to examine the language and gestures used to describe experiences of arrest...More »

  • poster for Marta Minujín “Menesunda Reloaded”

    Marta Minujín “Menesunda Reloaded”

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    • at The New Museum of Contemporary Art
    • in the Lower East Side area
    • Ends in 10 days

    Third Floor Over the past sixty years, the epoch-defining Argentinian artist Marta Minujín (b. 1943, Buenos Aires, Argentina) has developed happenings, performances, installations, and video works that...More »

  • poster for "Culture and Continuity: The Jewish Journey" Exhibition

    "Culture and Continuity: The Jewish Journey" Exhibition

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    • at The Jewish Museum
    • in the Upper East Side area

    At the heart of The Jewish Museum is its permanent exhibition, Culture and Continuity: The Jewish Journey, representing one of the world's great opportunities to explore Jewish culture and history through...More »

  • poster for Nam June Paik “Music is Not Sound”

    Nam June Paik “Music is Not Sound”

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    • at James Cohan (291 Grand St.)
    • in the Lower East Side area
    • Ends in 31 days

    James Cohan presents Music is Not Sound, an exhibition of important works by the late Nam June Paik. Commonly hailed as the father of video art, Nam June Paik saw the latent artistic potential in the...More »

  • poster for Christian Marclay Exhibition

    Christian Marclay Exhibition

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    • at Paula Cooper Gallery "524 W 26th St"
    • in the Chelsea 26th area
    • Ends in 30 days

    48 War Movies (2019) is a single-channel video that collapses conflicts from the Civil War to Iraq into a horrifying aggregate spectacle of war. Dramatizations are collaged into almost indistinguishable...More »

  • poster for Caitlin Berrigan “Imaginary Explosions”

    Caitlin Berrigan “Imaginary Explosions”

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    • at Art in General
    • in the DUMBO, other Brooklyn area
    • Ends in 56 days

    Art in General presents the first solo exhibition in NewYork by artist Caitlin Berrigan as part of its New Commissions Program, curated by Laurel Ptak. In our urgent era of climate crisis, her work investigates...More »

  • poster for Pierre Huyghe “The Host and the Cloud”

    Pierre Huyghe “The Host and the Cloud”

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    • at French Institute Alliance Française
    • in the Upper East Side area
    • Ends in 23 days

    FIAF Gallery A former ethnographic museum outside of Paris provides the setting for French artist Pierre Huyghe’s investigation into the nature of ritual. Centering on three separate days—the Day of...More »

  • poster for Amy O’Neill “The ZOO Revolution”

    Amy O’Neill “The ZOO Revolution”

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    • at Paula Cooper Gallery "521 W 21 St."
    • in the Chelsea 21st area
    • Ends in 23 days

    Amy O’Neill’s film The Zoo Revolution (2006-2019) combines original and found footage to examine the derelict remnants of twentieth-century Americana through a lens that is both personal and political....More »

  • poster for Cameron Granger “Before I Let Go”

    Cameron Granger “Before I Let Go”

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    • at Ortega y Gasset Projects @ The Old American Can Factory
    • in the DUMBO, other Brooklyn area
    • Ends in 24 days

    Before I Let Go includes new video, sculpture, and text based works from Cameron Granger, creating an immersive installation within the gallery. The show is dedicated to the wonderful gift of being seen...More »

  • poster for Naotaka Hiro “Subterranean & Wanderer”

    Naotaka Hiro “Subterranean & Wanderer”

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    • at Brennan & Griffin
    • in the Lower East Side area
    • Ends in 31 days

    Brennan & Griffin presents Subterranean & Wanderer, an exhibition of new works by Naotaka Hiro. For the past decade, Hiro has used his own body as a point of departure in sculpture, video,...More »

  • poster for KT Duffy “The Ways We Record the Universe Are Evidence of Our Own Primitive Nature”

    KT Duffy “The Ways We Record the Universe Are Evidence of Our Own Primitive Nature”

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    • at Ortega y Gasset Projects @ The Old American Can Factory
    • in the DUMBO, other Brooklyn area
    • Ends in 59 days

    Ortega y Gasset Projects presents The Ways We Record the Universe Are Evidence of Our Own Primitive Nature, the NYC debut of artist KT Duffy, the recipient of our 2019 Open Call in The Skirt. Presenting...More »

  • poster for Sherrill Roland “Inertia”  and Gaku Tsutaja “A Trip to the Moon”

    Sherrill Roland “Inertia” and Gaku Tsutaja “A Trip to the Moon”

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    • at Shirley Fiterman Art Center (BMCC)
    • in the Lower Manhattan area
    • Ends in 44 days

    Gaku Tsutaja: A Trip to the Moon (featured in the North Gallery) and Sherrill Roland: Inertia (displayed in the South Gallery) brings together two parallel exhibitions that showcase artists whose works...More »

  • poster for Minerva Cuevas “Disidencia”

    Minerva Cuevas “Disidencia”

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    • at Mishkin Gallery (Baruch College)
    • in the Flatiron, Gramercy area
    • Ends in 43 days

    Baruch College’s Mishkin Gallery presents Disidencia, a solo exhibition by artist Minerva Cuevas. For her first solo exhibition in New York, Cuevas presents a body of video work that makes concise...More »

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