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TRINA MERRY’S “OBJECTIFIED” PERFORMANCE + EXHIBITION OPENED AT THE UNTITLED SPACE ON TRIBECA ART NIGHT

Celebrated body paint artist Trina Merry presented her powerful exhibit and live performance "Objectified"  on November 14th at The Untitled Space. The exhibition (on view through November 16th) and performance was curated by gallery director Indira Cesarine and the opening coincided with Tribeca Art + Culture Night. Throughout the night, models covered head-to-toe in body…

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THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART ANNOUNCES COSTUME INSTITUTE EXHIBIT + MET GALA THEME FOR 2020

About Time: Fashion and Duration On view: May 7th - September 7th, 2020 The Metropolitan Museum of Art 1000 5th Ave. New York, NY The Metropolitan Museum of Art announced the theme for their Costume Institute exhibition coming in 2020, called About Time: Fashion and Duration. A century and a half of fashion history will…

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2019 BRIC GALA HONORS RECIPIENTS OF COLENE BROWN ART PRIZE

BRIC Gala Thursday, November 7th, 2019 Knockdown Center, 52-19 Flushing Ave Queens, NYC On Thursday, November 7th, BRIC hosted its annual gala to honor the Colene Brown Artist Prize recipients, including Manuel Acevedo, Nicole Awai, Xenobia Bailey, Nona Faustine, Alicia Grullón, Baseera Khan, Heidi Lau, Christopher Myers, Judith Simonian, and Kennedy Yanko. BRIC is Brooklyn's…

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IFPDA FINE ART PRINT FAIR 2019

IFPDA Fine Art Print Fair October 23-27, 2019 River Pavillion - Javlts Center 11 Avenue at 35th St October 23rd marked the beginning of the IFPDA Fine Art Print Fair, a 5-day long festival devoted to the rich history of printmaking. This is the 28th year of the festival celebrating 500 years of the art…

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BILLIE EILISH AND THE END OF GENRE

The aesthetic of Billie Eilish is glittering darkness. She mixes lyrics about hopelessness with bright synthesizers and radio-friendly hooks. Her rumination on the macabre has led some critics to declare that she is part of the second iteration of the goth subculture first popularized in the 1980s, but the label doesn’t quite fit. Surprisingly, she…

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INDEPENDENT CURATORS INTERNATIONAL BENEFIT AND GALA 2019

On October 21, 2019, Independent Curators International (ICI) celebrated forty-four years of curatorial excellence and innovation with its annual Benefit & Auction, honoring Patrizia Sandretto Re Rebaudengo. Both the silent and live auctions were successful, bringing in $500,000, which will go towards ICI’s ongoing programs in contemporary art around the globe. ICI partnered with Artsy…

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CAROLINE WAYNE GRAPPLES WITH SEXUAL TRAUMA IN NEW EXHIBIT “GROWN CYCLONE”

Caroline Wayne: Grown Cyclone On view: November 15th- December 22nd, 2019 A.I.R Gallery, NYC 155 Plymouth St, Brooklyn, NY 11201 Brooklyn based artist and essayist Caroline Wayne brings a fresh approach to healing from abuse in an immersive solo exhibit, "Grown Cyclone." The collection is on view at A.I.R Gallery beginning November 15th through the…

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NEW HIGH LINE INSTALLATION BRINGS AWARENESS TO PRISON REFORM

Hank Willis Thomas and Dr. Baz Dreisinger: The Writing on the Wall On view: October 31 – November 10 The High Line NYC A new art installation is coming to the High Line at the end of October, highlighting international justice reform. Titled The Writing on The Wall, the exhibit will display essays, poems, letters,…

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THE MOMA REVEALS FRESH MUSEUM EXPERIENCE WITH REOPENING

New York's Museum of Modern Art reopened on October 20th after being closed for nearly four months. The $400 million put into the renovation went towards more extensive galleries, live performance spaces, more dining options, and a fresh new store. The extra 40,000 square feet of space means more room for the three million visitors…

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JUDY CHICAGO’S LATEST EXHIBIT AT SALON 94 TACKLES ANIMAL EXTINCTION

The incredibly talented feminist artist Judy Chicago is sharing exciting work with NYC in the weeks to come. On October 18th, her exhibit Judy Chicago: Picturing Extinction; Studies for The End will be at Salon 94 Freemans, with an opening reception from 6-8 pm. The collection will be on view until November 2nd. The Freeman…

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EXHIBIT ON THE LEGENDARY STUDIO 54 TO HIT THE BROOKLYN MUSEUM NEXT SPRING

Mark your calendars! The Brooklyn Museum has an exciting exhibit coming up in March 2020 that is certain to draw a crowd as huge as the legendary night club on display. The subject is the iconic Studio 54, which opened in 1977 and quickly became a staple of New York City nightlife. People from all…

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THE ART WARRIORS OF THE SECOND WAVE OF FEMINISM

Ahhh... nothing like the second wave of feminism to fire up the engines of the feminist art movement. The feminist art movement kicked off full throttle during the second wave of feminism (1960s - 1980s), sparked by the civil and gay rights movements and anti-war demonstrations. Feminist artists during this era had a mission —…

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BOUNDARY-BREAKING FEMALE ARTISTS THROUGHOUT HISTORY

In art history, women are usually showcased as muses rather than artists, often overlooked and underrated throughout history. The following women (in no particular order) are world-renowned artists who were (and still are) pioneers in the art world. They broke boundaries and paved the way for today's female artists, incrementing the reform of gender imbalance…

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LESLIE-LOHMAN MUSEUM: 50 YEARS OF LGBTQ ART

Pride month has come and gone, but that doesn’t mean that celebrating the LGBTQ+ community is to be stopped and forgotten until next year. A special museum located right in the heart of SoHo celebrates LGBTQ people every day of the year, and displays the colorful impact they have had and continue to have in…

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WHAT TO EXPECT FROM THE NEW MoMA

From June 16 to October 20, the well known and beloved Museum of Modern Art will be temporarily closed for extensive renovation and reorganization of its galleries. Not only will this $450 million project accommodate more artwork, it will open up new transformative gallery areas and an interactive space called The Studio, where live performances…

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“SPF 32” GROUP EXHIBIT TO OPEN IN BROOKLYN’S OLDEST BREWERY

SPF 32 A group Show Opening Reception: June 15th // 6-9PM On view: June 15 - July 6, 2019 William Ulmer Brewery 81 Beaver Street, Brooklyn, New York Curator Madeleine Mermall brings her latest group exhibition to Brooklyn’s oldest brewery. On view from June 15th through July 6th, SPF 32 features thirty-two emerging and mid-career…

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BRITISH MUSEUM OPENS LARGEST MANGA EXHIBITION OUTSIDE JAPAN

"The Citi exhibition 'Mangaマンガ'" On view: May 23 - August 26, 2019 The British Museum Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3DG This May the British Museum is housing the largest collection of manga artwork outside of Japan in "The Citi exhibition 'Manga マンガ'". The collection is expected to include original manga art dating back to…

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THE UNTITLED SPACE TO PRESENT “EVE’S TEMPTATION” PERFORMANCE AT SPRING/BREAK ART SHOW

SPRING/BREAK ART SHOW "EVE'S TEMPTATION" SPECIAL PERFORMANCE March 10th, 2019 EDEN EXHIBITION - Room W13 866 UNITED NATIONS PLAZA Entrance on 48th Street   "One could say the “Garden of Eden” is not only the questionable birthplace of humanity and original sin, but also the first “fake news” known to mankind. Is it fact or…

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