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  • poster for Amanda Williams “Candyladyblack”

    Amanda Williams “Candyladyblack”

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    • at Gagosian Gallery Park & 75
    • in the Upper East Side area
    • Ends in 7 days

    Color is everything to me. You can’t just say “black.” Which one? —Amanda Williams Gagosian presents CANDYLADYBLACK, an exhibition of new paintings by Amanda Williams from the series What Black Is...More »

  • poster for “At Six and Seven” Exhibition

    “At Six and Seven” Exhibition

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    • at ULTERIOR
    • in the Soho area
    • Ends in 8 days

    Ulterior Gallery presents At Six and Seven, a group exhibition of works by fifteen artists. Artists included are: Maryam Amiryani, Robert Beck/ Robert Buck, Keren Benbenisty, George Bolster, Camel Collective,...More »

  • poster for Nicole Eisenman Exhibition

    Nicole Eisenman Exhibition

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    • at Hauser & Wirth (548 W 22nd St.)
    • in the Chelsea 22nd area
    • Ends in 28 days

    Nicole Eisenman’s first major solo exhibition with Hauser & Wirth New York will open on 28 April, spanning two floors of the gallery’s building on West 22nd Street in Chelsea. Providing a window into...More »

  • poster for Sabine Hornig “This Is No Time”

    Sabine Hornig “This Is No Time”

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    • at Tanya Bonakdar Gallery
    • in the Chelsea 21st area
    • Ends in 28 days

    Tanya Bonakdar Gallery presents This Is No Time, Sabine Hornig’s fifth solo exhibition at the gallery in New York. Sabine Hornig’s sculptures, photographs and installations explore concepts of space,...More »

  • poster for “Fruiting Bodies” Exhibition

    “Fruiting Bodies” Exhibition

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    • at Tanya Bonakdar Gallery
    • in the Chelsea 21st area
    • Ends in 28 days

    Tanya Bonakdar Gallery presents Fruiting Bodies, a group exhibition curated by Sam Rauch. You are what you eat is an aphorism so often repeated, the power of its proposition hides in plain sight. Nevertheless,...More »

  • poster for “To Name a Place: Contemporary Landscape” Exhibition

    “To Name a Place: Contemporary Landscape” Exhibition

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    • at Alexander Gray Associates
    • in the Chelsea 26th area
    • Ends in 36 days

    Alexander Gray Associates presents To Name a Place: Contemporary Landscape, a group exhibition organized by independent New York-based curator Anna Stothart. Through its title, which references the poetic...More »

  • poster for “Whitney Biennial 2022: Quiet as It’s Kept”

    “Whitney Biennial 2022: Quiet as It’s Kept”

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    • at The Whitney Museum of American Art
    • in the Villages area
    • Ends in 66 days

    The Whitney Biennial has surveyed the landscape of American art, reflecting and shaping the cultural conversation, since 1932. The eightieth edition of the landmark exhibition is co-curated by David Breslin...More »

  • poster for Doreen Lynette Garner “Revolted”

    Doreen Lynette Garner “Revolted”

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    • at The New Museum of Contemporary Art
    • in the Lower East Side area
    • Ends in 107 days

    Lobby Gallery Doreen Lynette Garner’s practice exposes the histories and enduring effects of racial violence in the United States through the frameworks of medicine and pathology by examining past and...More »

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Permanent events

  • poster for "Assyrian Reliefs" Exhibition

    "Assyrian Reliefs" Exhibition

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    • at Brooklyn Museum
    • in the DUMBO, other Brooklyn area

    These twelve massive carved alabaster panels, on view together for the first time, dominate the walls of the Brooklyn Museum's Hagop Kevorkian Gallery of Ancient Middle Eastern Art. Originally brightly...More »

  • poster for "Connecting Cultures: A World in Brooklyn"

    "Connecting Cultures: A World in Brooklyn"

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    • at Brooklyn Museum
    • in the DUMBO, other Brooklyn area

    An innovative installation, featuring some of the most important objects in the Brooklyn Museum collection, has been developed to create new ways of looking at art and exploring the Museum by making connections...More »

  • poster for "Early Gothic Hall" Exhibition

    "Early Gothic Hall" Exhibition

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    • at The Cloisters
    • in the Harlem, Bronx area

    The Early Gothic Hall at The Cloisters reopened in the Spring of 2006 after a five-year renovation. Completely refurbished 13th-century limestone windows and two dozen panels of newly conserved and reinstalled...More »

  • poster for "Egypt Reborn: Art for Eternity" Exhibition

    "Egypt Reborn: Art for Eternity" Exhibition

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    • at Brooklyn Museum
    • in the DUMBO, other Brooklyn area

    In April, 2003, the Brooklyn Museum completed the reinstallation of its world-famous Egyptian collection, a process that took ten years. Three new galleries joined the four existing ones that had been...More »

  • "Gallery Selections"

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    • at Bernard Goldberg Fine Arts, LLC
    • in the Upper East Side area

    Bernard Goldberg Fine Arts is pleased to present a selection of its finest and newest acquisitions. The current installation of works in the gallery highlights the modernist landscapes of John Marin and...More »

  • poster for "Infinity of Nations" Exhibition

    "Infinity of Nations" Exhibition

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    • at The National Museum of the American Indian (George Gustav Heye Center)
    • in the Lower Manhattan area

    The National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) houses one of the world’s great cultural resources, with collections representing the Native peoples of the Americas from their earliest history to the...More »

  • poster for "Rachel Beach and Nicole Stager" Exhibiton

    "Rachel Beach and Nicole Stager" Exhibiton

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    • at 92YTribeca Art
    • in the Soho area

    92YTribeca presents the works of Rachel Beach and Nicole Stager – both formerly shown at Like the Spice gallery in Brooklyn – in an opening reception for this semi-permanent exhibit. Brooklyn-dwelling,...More »

  • poster for "Steinberg Family Sculpture Garden" Exhibition

    "Steinberg Family Sculpture Garden" Exhibition

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    • at Brooklyn Museum
    • in the DUMBO, other Brooklyn area

    Dedicated in 1966, the Steinberg Family Sculpture Garden at the Brooklyn Museum is a preeminent collection of terracotta, stone, and metal architectural elements salvaged from now-demolished structures...More »

  • poster for "The Campin Room" Exhibition

    "The Campin Room" Exhibition

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    • at The Cloisters
    • in the Harlem, Bronx area

    The Campin Room at The Cloisters, the branch of the Metropolitan Museum devoted to the art and architecture of medieval Europe, recently reopened to the public following an extensive renovation. The gallery...More »

  • poster for "The Mummy Chamber" Exhibition

    "The Mummy Chamber" Exhibition

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    • at Brooklyn Museum
    • in the DUMBO, other Brooklyn area

    This installation of more than 170 objects from the Brooklyn Museum’s world-famous holdings of ancient Egyptian material explores the complex rituals related to the practice of mummification and the Egyptian...More »

  • poster for Rodin "The Cantor Gift to the Brooklyn Museum"

    Rodin "The Cantor Gift to the Brooklyn Museum"

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    • at Brooklyn Museum
    • in the DUMBO, other Brooklyn area

    Due to installations in the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Gallery, twelve bronze sculptures by Auguste Rodin have been installed in the Rubin Entrance Pavilion. This newly excerpted presentation of the Museum's...More »

  • poster for Walter De Maria "The Broken Kilometer"

    Walter De Maria "The Broken Kilometer"

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    • at The Broken Kilometer
    • in the Soho area

    The Broken Kilometer, 1979, located at 393 West Broadway in New York City, is composed of 500 highly polished, round, solid brass rods, each measuring two meters in length and five centimeters (two inches)...More »

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