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“JEWELRY: THE BODY TRANSFORMED” EXPLORES THE REASON BEHIND HUMAN ADORNMENTS

November 12, 2018–February 24, 2019  The Met Fifth Avenue Floor 2 1000 5th Ave, New York, NY What is jewelry? Why do we wear it? What meanings does it convey? Jewelry: The Body Transformed traverses time and space to explore how jewelry acts upon and activates the body it adorns. Opening November 12 at The Metropolitan Museum…

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ARTWALK 2018 RAISES FUNDS FOR THE HOMELESS WITH ARTWORK BY KEITH HARING, JENNY HOLZER AND MORE

Wednesday, November 28, 2018 Spring Studios, 50 Varick St, NYC 6:30 PM Silent Auction | 8:00 PM Live Auction ARTWALK NY brings together hundreds of artists, art-lovers and other compassionate New Yorkers to celebrate the role of “artist-as-activist” and raise awareness about the issues of homelessness, poverty, and social justice. Sponsored by MaxMara, the event will have art and philanthropic…

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FEMALE ARTISTS AT DAVID ZWIRNER: DIANE ARBUS AND LISA YUSKAVAGE

Diane Arbus "Untitled" November 2—December 15, 2018 537 West 20th St, NYC David Zwirner presents Diane Arbus "Untitled", a series of sixty-six images by the famous 20th-century photographer opening on November 2nd.  Inaugurating their collaboration as co-representatives of The Estate of Diane Arbus, David Zwirner and Fraenkel Gallery will show these images together for the…

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ART ON A POSTCARD: PROMINENT ARTISTS UNITE FOR HEPATITIS C FUNDRAISER

Auction: runs from October 30th - November 15th on Paddle8 Exhibition: November 13th-23rd @  We Work's Devonshire Square venue Private viewing: November 13th from 6:00-9:00 pm Auction event: November 16th  Art on a Postcard presents a unique chance to own a mini masterpiece by artists who would normally be well out of most people's reach. Famous artists have perfectly created small scale…

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MCNY PRESENTS “REBEL WOMEN: DEFYING VICTORIANISM”

Museum of the City of New York 1220 5th Ave & 103rd  Through January 6, 2019 The Museum of the City of New York presents a new feminist exhibition elaborating on the progressive women of the Victorian era. "Rebel Women: Defying Victorianism" focuses on the compelling and often untold stories of the city’s independent, unconventional,…

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ANDY WARHOL “FROM A TO B AND BACK AGAIN” AT THE WHITNEY

Andy Warhol—From A to B and Back Again Nov 12, 2018–Mar 31, 2019 Whitney Museum 99 Gansevoort Street Few American artists are as ever-present and instantly recognizable as Andy Warhol (1928–1987). Through his carefully cultivated persona and willingness to experiment with non-traditional art-making techniques, Warhol understood the growing power of images in contemporary life and helped…

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DOES GENDER BIAS REMAIN IN THE ART WORLD?

Professor Renee Adams, a finance professor at Oxford, and her colleagues, Roman Kraussl, Marco Navone, and Patrick Verwijmeren, set out to answer the long asked question of why women artists are often times less famous than their counterparts.  In December 2017 they published a study which explored gender discrepancies between men and women in the art world. There…

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10 MUST SEE ART EXHIBITS + EVENTS THIS FALL

Exhibit: Liz Nielsen, "HotSpots" Where: Danziger Gallery When: Oct 5 - Dec 27 Liz Nielsen’s HotSpots presents a new group of works that continue her place in ‘cameraless’ photography. Nielson projects her forms on chromogenic paper to create bright and luminous abstractions and because the paper is negative rather than positive, it creates a reversed effect…

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PARIS INTERNATIONALE: THE ART FAIR ELEVATING EMERGING ARTISTS

October 17—21, 2018 16 Rue Alfred de Vigny 75008 Paris Paris Internationale art fair is shifting the lens towards young galleries. The fourth edition, which is sponsored by Gucci. started on October 17th. The fair aims to erase the market discrepancies that come with currency and seniority in the art world. “This is where we want to…

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LOWER EAST SIDE ART WEEK CELEBRATES FEMALE ARTISTS

On October 17th, in the bustling and windy streets of the Lower East Side in Manhattan, about 20 galleries officially kicked off the start of the first inaugural Lower East Side Art Week. In the hopes of boosting gallery attendance and creating more programming, such as artist talks, tours, performances, and panel discussions, Lesley Heller and Bart…

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MICHELE PRED’S CALL TO “VOTE FEMINIST”

Michelle Pred Vote Feminist Nancy Hoffman Gallery, NY October 18 - November 24th, 2018 An upcoming exhibition by Michele Pred at the Nancy Hoffman Gallery in New York, NY titled Vote Feminist is a call to resist, to vote and to empower. Pred's politically charged artwork, "My Body My Business" was featured in The Untitled Space's "One…

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THE E/AB FAIR WELCOMES ITS 20TH EDITION

Editions/Artist's Book Fair OCTOBER 25 – 28, 2018 269 11th Avenue New York, NY Celebrating the impressive work of an international network of publishers, the Editions/Artist's Book Fair will start its festivities on October 25th. Located in The Tunnel at the heart of Chelsea during the New York Print Week, E/AB Fair is a hub for cutting-edge contemporary work by notable and…

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PAT MCGRATH X THE MET: MAKEUP INSPIRED BY JEWELRY IN ART

Pat McGrath started off her career in the 90s and is now the most influential makeup artist in the world. Having worked with the industry's biggest names such as McQueen and Galliano, she has carved her signature all over major fashion editorials and shows; and now she's bringing her craft into the art world. McGrath…

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FRIEZE 2018 FOCUSES ON WOMEN IN ART

Women remain underrepresented in the art world, whether that be in gallery space or museums. However, at Frieze London and Frieze Masters 2018, there was an active effort made to counter these effects as women were seen in positions of authority and within every level of the programming. In its 16th year, Frieze featured over…

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FIAC FESTIVAL RETURNS TO PARIS FOR ITS 45TH EDITION

FIAC October 18-21 Paris, France The 45th edition of FIAC will be held in Paris from October 18- 21, 2018 and will host 195 galleries in the nave and exhibition rooms of the Grand Palais. The 2018 selection – including many of the most influential specialists worldwide in the fields of modern art, contemporary art…

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THE HOLE PRESENTS “PINECONE” AND “MATERIAL MEMORY”

The Hole October 11 - November 11, 2018 312 Bowey, NYC The Hole NYC is set to present two new solo exhibitions opening on Thursday, October 11, 2018. The two artists on board are Misaki Kawai and Jonathan Chapline, both equally stimulating--in polar ways. Misaki Kawai brings us an exhibition all the way from her…

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THE UNTITLED SPACE PRESENTS THE LOSTS WARHOLS BY KAREN BYSTEDT

A series of Andy Warhol photos taken in the early 80's by artist and photographer Karen Bystedt pay homage to the inventor of pop art and emphasize a community spirit of international artists who have been brought together through the unique series, known as "The Lost Warhols".  The Untitled Space gallery has announced an online exhibition of…

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