This page lists art exhibitions on view in New York. The list is organised according to the end date of the exhibitions, with those about to close listed first. Modeconnect also lists New York fashion exhibitions and art and fashion exhibitions on show for free in New York. If you have missed “Charles James – Beyond Fashion”, “Exposed: A History of Lingerie” or “Jeff Koons: A Retrospective”, you may be interested in reading our reviews.

This page was last updated on the 28-1-2015.


 

By Proxy

at the James Cohan Gallery

“By Proxy is an exhibition in which technology, other artisans, context, chance and culture have a role in the making of the work. The exhibition takes an interest in the primacy of an idea, the possibilities of that idea as it moves through its making, and the resulting object. It pays tribute to the purity of good ideas and the inherent peculiarity and magic of every collaboration, with the proof in the pudding.“ – Quoted from the James Cohan Gallery’s website.

On show at the James Cohan Gallery, 533 West 26th Street , New York NY 10001, until January 31, 2015, Tue – Sat, 10 – 6pm. Standard entry fee: Free. Check details on the James Cohan Gallerys website.

 


 

Outside The Lines: Modernist Drawings

at the National Arts Club

“This intimate yet forceful exhibition presents an eclectic group of artists who have abandoned (or intensified) pen and pencil to create powerful expressions through line. Included are works by Keith Haring, Paul Manes, Will Barnet, Ilya Kabakov, Joan Thorne and Andy Warhol.“ – Quoted from the National Arts Club’s website.

On show at the National Arts Club, 15 Gramercy Park South, New York, NY 10003, until January 31, 2015, Mon – Fri, 10 am – 5 pm. Standard entry fee: Free. Check details on the National Arts Clubs website.

 


 

Francisco de Goya y Lucientes: Los Caprichos

at the National Arts Club

“Goya’s Los Caprichos are major masterworks from the Age of Enlightenment. Published in 1799, the album of eighty prints in etching and aquatint is Goya’s critical testament to the wave of ignorance, superstition and common prejudice that enveloped Spanish society of his time. Goya’s original visions of monsters, specters and elegance gone mad are bizarre and disturbing yet often humorous and compelling.“ – Quoted from the National Arts Club’s website.

On show at the National Arts Club, 15 Gramercy Park South, New York, NY 10003, until January 31, 2015, Mon – Fri, 10 am – 5 pm. Standard entry fee: Free. Check details on the National Arts Clubs website.

 



 

From The Permanent Collection: Focus on Walter Elmer Schofield

at the National Arts Club

“Walter Elmer Schofield (1867-1944) was one of the foremost members of the Pennsylvania School of landscape painting in the early twentieth century. He was also among the many Americans associated with the St. Ives art colony on England’s Cornish seacoast, where he depicted harbors, coastlines and rural villages. The National Arts Club is fortunate to hold an impressive and important work from Schofield’s years in Cornwall, Ebb Tide (1912).“ – Quoted from the National Arts Club’s website.

On show at the National Arts Club, 15 Gramercy Park South, New York, NY 10003, until January 31, 2015, Mon – Fri, 10 am – 5 pm. Standard entry fee: Free. Check details on the National Arts Clubs website.

 


 

CHRIS OFILI: NIGHT AND DAY

at the New Museum

“Occupying the Museum’s three main galleries, “Chris Ofili: Night and Day” will span the artist’s influential career, encompassing his paintings, drawings, and sculptures. Over the past two decades, Ofili has become identified with vibrant, meticulously executed, elaborate artworks that meld figuration, abstraction, and decoration. In his extremely diverse oeuvre, Ofili has taken imagery and inspiration from such disparate, history-spanning sources as the Bible, hip-hop music, Zimbabwean cave paintings, Blaxploitation films, and William Blake’s poems.“ – Quoted from the New Museum’s website.

On show at the New Museum, 235 Bowery , New York, NY 10002 , until February 1, 2015, Wed – Sun 11am – 6pm, Thu till 9pm. Standard entry fee: $16.00. Check details on the New Museums website.

 


 

From the Margins: Lee Krasner and Norman Lewis, 1945 – 1952

at the Jewish Museum

“Through select paintings by both artists, this exhibition offers a revealing parallel view of two key Abstract Expressionists. Lee Krasner and Norman Lewis, a woman and an African American, each experimented with approaches that joined abstraction and cultural specificity. Their work similarly brims with gesture, image, and incident, yet was often overlooked by critics in their time.“ – Quoted from the Jewish Museum’s website.

On show at the Jewish Museum, 1109 5th Ave at 92nd St, New York, NY 10128, until February 1, 2015, Sat–Tue, 11am–5:45pm, Thu 11am–8pm, Fri 11am–4pm. Standard entry fee: $15.00. Check details on the Jewish Museums website.

 


 

Bartholomeus Spranger: Splendor and Eroticism in Imperial Prague

at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

“The first major exhibition devoted to Bartholomeus Spranger (1546–1611), a fascinating artist who served a cardinal, a pope, and two Holy Roman Emperors, this exhibition will examine Spranger’s remarkable career through a selection of his rare paintings, drawings, and etchings, most of which will be on loan from international museums and private collections.“ – Quoted from the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s website.

On show at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10028, until February 1, 2015, Sun – Thur 10:00 am – 5:30 pm , Fri & Sat 10:00 am – 9:00 pm. Standard entry fee: Suggested General admission $25.00. Check details on the Metropolitan Museum of Arts website.

 


 

El Greco in New York

at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

“To commemorate the four-hundredth anniversary of the death of El Greco, the Metropolitan Museum and the Hispanic Society of America are pooling their collections of the work of this great painter to provide a panorama of his art unrivaled outside the Museo del Prado in Madrid. The Frick Collection will display its paintings contemporaneously.“ – Quoted from the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s website.

On show at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10028, until February 1, 2015, Sun – Thur 10:00 am – 5:30 pm , Fri & Sat 10:00 am – 9:00 pm. Standard entry fee: Suggested General admission $25.00. Check details on the Metropolitan Museum of Arts website.

 


 

El Greco at The Frick Collection

at the The Frick Collection

“Frick traveled to Spain twice and acquired three works by the artist between 1905 and 1913. Here they are displayed side by side for the first time in a presentation organized in concert with El Greco in New York (link is external) at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. – See more at: http://www.frick.org//exhibitions/el_greco_frick#sthash.toaehWGA.dpuf“ – Quoted from the The Frick Collection’s website.

On show at the The Frick Collection, 1 East 70th Street, New York, NY 10021, until February 1, 2015, Tue – Sat, 10:00 am – 6:00 pm, Sun 11:00 am – 5:00 pm. Standard entry fee: $20.00. Check details on the The Frick Collections website.

 


 

Masterpieces from the Scottish National Gallery

at the The Frick Collection

“The Frick presents ten masterpieces of painting from the Scottish National Gallery. The museum, one of the finest in the world, is distinguished for its holdings of works by the greatest masters of Western art and for its comprehensive collection of Scottish art. The exhibition features paintings from the fifteenth to the nineteenth centuries that invite illuminating comparisons to the Frick’s permanent collection. – See more at: http://www.frick.org//exhibitions/scottish#sthash.sdBUKQYm.dpuf“ – Quoted from the The Frick Collection’s website.

On show at the The Frick Collection, 1 East 70th Street, New York, NY 10021, until February 1, 2015, Tue – Sat, 10:00 am – 6:00 pm, Sun 11:00 am – 5:00 pm. Standard entry fee: $20.00. Check details on the The Frick Collections website.

 


 

What Would Mrs. Webb Do? A Founder’s Vision

at the Museum of Art and Design

“The Museum of Arts and Design celebrates the enduring legacy of its founder Aileen Osborn Webb with What Would Mrs. Webb Do? A Founder’s Vision, an exhibition highlighting Webb’s advocacy and dedication to skilled makers across America, and featuring objects drawn largely from the Museum’s permanent collection.“ – Quoted from the Museum of Art and Design ‘s website.

On show at the Museum of Art and Design , 2 Columbus Circle, New York, NY 10019, until February 8, 2015, Tues – Sund 10:00 am to 6:00 pm, till 9:00 pm Thurs & Fri. Standard entry fee: $16.00. Check details on the Museum of Art and Design s website.

 


 

The Works: Salon Style at the New-York Historical Society

at the New-York Historical Society

“By the nineteenth century Salon Style was used by private art clubs to squeeze as many works into a gallery as possible. This installation displays numerous gems from the New-York Historical Society’s permanent collection in nineteenth-century Salon Style, showcasing the depth and range of our holdings. “ – Quoted from the New-York Historical Society’s website.

On show at the New-York Historical Society, 170 Central Park West at Richard Gilder Way (77th Street), New York, NY 10024, until February 8, 2015, Tue-Sat, 10am-6pm, till 8pm Fri, Sun 11am-5pm. Standard entry fee: Admission $19.00. Check details on the New-York Historical Societys website.

 


 

Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs

at the MoMa

“In the late 1940s, Henri Matisse turned almost exclusively to cut paper as his primary medium, and scissors as his chief implement, introducing a radically new operation that came to be called a cut-out. Matisse would cut painted sheets into forms of varying shapes and sizes—from the vegetal to the abstract—which he then arranged into lively compositions, striking for their play with color and contrast, their exploitation of decorative strategies, and their economy of means. Initially, these compositions were of modest size but, over time, their scale grew along with Matisse’s ambitions for them, expanding into mural or room-size works. “ – Quoted from the MoMa’s website.

On show at the MoMa, 11 W 53rd Street, New York, NY 10019, until February 8, 2015, daily 10:30 am – 5:30 pm, till 8:00 pm on Fri. Standard entry fee: General Admission $25. Check details on the MoMas website.

 


 

Robert Larson – American Bloom 

at the Joshua Liner Gallery

“Robert Larson is a scavenger, a collector, a wanderer, an urban alchemist transforming the basest of materials—discarded trash—into works of tessellating mosaics, rich in color, tone, and pattern. For Larson, trash is a treasure he has been working with for almost twenty-five years, collecting and documenting his finds, all in various stages of weathering and decay. “ – Quoted from the Joshua Liner Gallery’s website.

On show at the Joshua Liner Gallery, 540 W 28th St, New York NY 10001, until February 14, 2015, Tue – Sat, 11am – 6pm. Standard entry fee: Free. Check details on the Joshua Liner Gallerys website.

 


 

Richard Pousette-Dart

at the Pace Gallery – 510 West 25th Street

“Richard Pousette-Dart (1916–1992) was a leading voice in the New York School and the youngest figure in the first generation of Abstract Expressionists. He is one of few artists to have had solo exhibitions organized by four of Manhattan’s premier art museums.“ – Quoted from the Pace Gallery – 510 West 25th Street’s website.

On show at the Pace Gallery – 510 West 25th Street, 510 West 25th Street, New York, NY, 10001, until February 14, 2015, Tue-Sat 10 am – 6 pm. Standard entry fee: Free. Check details on the Pace Gallery – 510 West 25th Streets website.

 


 

Sam Friedman – Happy Place 

at the Joshua Liner Gallery

“The chief ambition of Friedman’s paintings place emphasis on the study of line, form, vibrant color, texture, and the process of painting itself. The abundance of thick, undulating lines and overlapping layers of vibrant, opaque color create otherworldly landscapes that are both captivating and warming. “ – Quoted from the Joshua Liner Gallery’s website.

On show at the Joshua Liner Gallery, 540 W 28th St, New York NY 10001, until February 14, 2015, Tue – Sat, 11am – 6pm. Standard entry fee: Free. Check details on the Joshua Liner Gallerys website.

 


 

Josef Koudelka – Twelve Panoramas, 1987-2012

at the Pace Gallery – 508 West 25th Street

“Since 1986, Josef Koudelka has embraced and employed the expansive compositional format of the panorama. From his commissioned investigation of the French-English region impacted by the Channel Tunnel for La Mission Photographique Transmanche project, to his exploration of the political climate in Israel and Palestine, and his most recent documentation of the persistence of classicism along the Mediterranean rim, Koudelka has continuously used panoramic cameras to showcase terrains that have been significantly shaped, altered, and even devastated by the effects of industry, time, and territorial conflict.“ – Quoted from the Pace Gallery – 508 West 25th Street’s website.

On show at the Pace Gallery – 508 West 25th Street, 508 West 25th Street, New York, NY, 10001, until February 14, 2015, Tue-Sat 10 am – 6 pm. Standard entry fee: Free. Check details on the Pace Gallery – 508 West 25th Streets website.

 


 

Masterpieces & Curiosities: A Russian-American Quilt

at the Jewish Museum

“Russian folk dancers and a balalaika player mingle with strutting roosters; Admiral Dewey and a Russian peasant guard a pair of American flags; tennis racquets fan out, a hot-air balloon takes flight, and a circus acrobat performs a horse act while a rocking chair and a Star of David appear side by side. A veritable potpourri of Russian, American, and Jewish motifs, this colorful quilt – the subject of the third iteration of the Museum’s Masterpieces & Curiosities exhibition series – tells multiple stories.“ – Quoted from the Jewish Museum’s website.

On show at the Jewish Museum, 1109 5th Ave at 92nd St, New York, NY 10128, until February 15, 2015, Sat–Tue, 11am–5:45pm, Thu 11am–8pm, Fri 11am–4pm. Standard entry fee: $15.00. Check details on the Jewish Museums website.

 


 

GERARD & KELLY: P.O.L.E. (PEOPLE, OBJECTS, LANGUAGE, EXCHANGE)

at the New Museum

“Gerard & Kelly (Brennan Gerard and Ryan Kelly) work within an interdisciplinary framework to create project-based installations and performances that use choreography, writing, and a range of other mediums to address questions of sexuality, collective memory, and the formation of queer consciousness. This fall, over the course of a six-month residency organized as part of the New Museum’s R&D Season: CHOREOGRAPHY, they are developing a new project“ – Quoted from the New Museum’s website.

On show at the New Museum, 235 Bowery , New York, NY 10002 , until February 15, 2015, Wed – Sun 11am – 6pm, Thu till 9pm. Standard entry fee: Suggested General admission $10.00. Check details on the New Museums website.

 


 

JEFF CHIEN-HSING LIAO’S NEW YORK: ASSEMBLED REALITIES

at the Museum of the City of New York

“Jeff Chien-Hsing Liao’s New York: Assembled Realities features more than 40 works by this Taiwanese artist, who came to New York at 18 to study photography. Pushing the boundaries of traditional documentary photography, Liao (b. 1977) creates large-scale panoramas by combining multiple exposures of the same location taken over the course of several hours. “ – Quoted from the Museum of the City of New York’s website.

On show at the Museum of the City of New York, 1220 5th Avenue, Manhattan, New York, NY 10029, until February 15, 2015, daily from 10 am to 6 pm. Standard entry fee: Suggested General admission $10.00. Check details on the Museum of the City of New Yorks website.

 


 

Thomas Struth: Photographs

at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

“This exhibition celebrates the Museum’s unparalleled holdings of photographs by Thomas Struth (German, born 1954), one of the most important and influential photographers of the last half-century. Featuring recent and previously unseen works as well as two key loans from local collections, the installation showcases how Struth explores the traditions and actual conditions of our world on the cusp of this newly global millennium.“ – Quoted from the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s website.

On show at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10028, until February 16, 2015, Sun – Thur 10:00 am – 5:30 pm , Fri & Sat 10:00 am – 9:00 pm. Standard entry fee: Suggested General admission $25.00. Check details on the Metropolitan Museum of Arts website.

 


 

Cubism: The Leonard A. Lauder Collection

at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

“The Leonard A. Lauder Collection, unsurpassed in its holdings of Cubist art, is now a promised gift to the Museum. On the occasion of this exhibition, the Collection will be shown in public for the first time—eighty paintings, collages, drawings, and sculpture by the four preeminent Cubist artists: Georges Braque (French, 1882–1963), Juan Gris (Spanish, 1887–1927), Fernand Léger (French, 1881–1955), and Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881–1973).“ – Quoted from the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s website.

On show at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10028, until February 16, 2015, Sun – Thur 10:00 am – 5:30 pm , Fri & Sat 10:00 am – 9:00 pm. Standard entry fee: Suggested General admission $25.00. Check details on the Metropolitan Museum of Arts website.

 


 

On Second Thought

at the Sotheby’s S|2 New York 

“S|2 presents On Second Thought, an exhibition featuring three painters whose works oscillate between the juncture of abstraction and representation, positing an investigation into the ways representation exists within the abstract and vice versa. Through the work of artists Stephen Felton, Marco Palmieri and Chris Succo,“ – Quoted from the Sotheby’s S|2 New York ‘s website.

On show at the Sotheby’s S|2 New York , 1334 York Avenue, New York 10021, until February 18, 2015, Mon – Sat, 10am – 5pm. Standard entry fee: Free. Check details on the Sotheby’s S|2 New York s website.

 


 

Paul Thek – Ponza and Roma

at the Alexander and Bonin

“Paul Thek: Ponza and Roma is the first exhibition to examine the paintings and drawings Thek made in Italy during the 1970s. Following three sensational exhibitions of his wax meat pieces and the lost legendary installation The Tomb at New York’s Stable and Pace Galleries in the 1960s, Thek spent a significant part of the 1970s in Europe. While there he created a series of large scale collaborative installations constructed from transitory materials such as sand, newspaper and trees.“ – Quoted from the Alexander and Bonin’s website.

On show at the Alexander and Bonin, 132 Tenth Avenue, New York, NY 10011, until February 21, 2015, Tue – Fri, 10am – 6pm. Standard entry fee: Free. Check details on the Alexander and Bonins website.

 


 

Annie Leibovitz: Pilgrimage

at the New-York Historical Society

“Annie Leibovitz: Pilgrimage charts a new direction for one of America’s best-known living photographers. Unlike her staged and carefully lit portraits made on assignment for magazines and advertising clients, the photographs in this exhibition were taken simply because Leibovitz was moved by the subject. “ – Quoted from the New-York Historical Society’s website.

On show at the New-York Historical Society, 170 Central Park West at Richard Gilder Way (77th Street), New York, NY 10024, until February 22, 2015, Tue-Sat, 10am-6pm, till 8pm Fri, Sun 11am-5pm. Standard entry fee: Admission $19.00. Check details on the New-York Historical Societys website.

 


 

Sturtevant: Double Trouble

at the MoMa

“Sturtevant (American, 1924–2014) began “repeating” the works of her contemporaries in 1964, using some of the most iconic artworks of her generation as a source and catalyst for the exploration of originality, authorship, and the interior structures of art and image culture.“ – Quoted from the MoMa’s website.

On show at the MoMa, 11 W 53rd Street, New York, NY 10019, until February 22, 2015, daily 10:30 am – 5:30 pm, till 8:00 pm on Fri. Standard entry fee: with main entry $25.00. Check details on the MoMas website.

 


 

KATSU – Remember the Future

at the The Hole

“KATSU has participated in thematic group exhibitions in the gallery the past year that have focused on new ways to use technology in painting; however, this January, he stretches out to fill the entire main space with conceptual works in new media. In Remember the Future, KATSU exhibits many diverse pieces—including the Drone paintings he pioneered—that all look at how humans interact with the tools they have created.“ – Quoted from the The Hole’s website.

On show at the The Hole, 312 Bowery, New York, NY 10012, until February 22, 2015, Tue – Sat, 12 – 7pm.. Standard entry fee: Free. Check details on the The Holes website.

 


 

Patrick Jacobs at Pierogi

at the Pierogi Gallery

“Patrick Jacobs’ third one-person exhibition at Pierogi, taking its title – “Come Closer to Me” – from Whitman’s Leaves of Grass, and featuring sculpture, printmaking, and a room-sized installation. Jacobs investigates space, scale, and perception of reality, while working across media. Drawing inspiration from nature, historical landscape painting, popular home and garden culture, and the supernatural, he sets up contexts with inherent internal contradictions.“ – Quoted from the Pierogi Gallery’s website.

On show at the Pierogi Gallery, 177 North 9th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11211, until February 22, 2015, Tue – Sun, 11am – 6pm. Standard entry fee: Free. Check details on the Pierogi Gallerys website.

 


 

Louise Nevelson – Collage and Assemblage

at the Pace Gallery – 534 West 25th Street

“One of the most significant American artists of the twentieth century, Nevelson began producing collages in the mid-1950s. Inspired by her longstanding interest in Cubism and a correspondence with Jean Arp, these works signify an important turn in her approach to art, prompting her remark “the way I think is collage.”“ – Quoted from the Pace Gallery – 534 West 25th Street’s website.

On show at the Pace Gallery – 534 West 25th Street, 534 West 25th Street, New York, NY, 10001, until February 28, 2015, Tue-Sat 10 am – 6 pm. Standard entry fee: Free. Check details on the Pace Gallery – 534 West 25th Streets website.

 


 

MEMORY PRINTS: THE STORY WORLD OF PHILLIP CHEN

at the MOCA

“Memory Prints is a solo exhibition by Phillip Chen, a visual artist from the Midwest. In fifteen relief etchings centering around his family, Chen reckons with significant moments in Chinese American history.“ – Quoted from the MOCA’s website.

On show at the MOCA, 215 Centre Street, New York, NY 10013, until March 1, 2015, Tue–Sun, 11am – 6pm, Thu till 9pm. Standard entry fee: $10.00. Check details on the MOCAs website.

 


 

WAVES OF IDENTITY: 35 YEARS OF ARCHIVING

at the MOCA

“Waves of Identity transforms the Bloomberg Special Exhibitions gallery into an archive environment encouraging open exploration of MOCA’s rich collection of Chinese American history. This exhibition will present over 200 objects and stories, organized in eight sections through a series of provocative questions such as Where Does Chinatown End? How Do You Become American? and What Does It Mean To Be Chinese?“ – Quoted from the MOCA’s website.

On show at the MOCA, 215 Centre Street, New York, NY 10013, until March 1, 2015, Tue–Sun, 11am – 6pm, Thu till 9pm. Standard entry fee: $10.00. Check details on the MOCAs website.

 

Madame Cézanne

at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

“This exhibition of paintings, drawings, and watercolors by Paul Cézanne (French, 1839–1906) traces his lifelong attachment to Hortense Fiquet (French, 1850–1922), his wife, the mother of his only son, and his most painted model. Featuring twenty-four of the artist’s twenty-nine known portraits of Hortense, […] the exhibition explores the profound impact she had on Cézanne’s portrait practice.“ – Quoted from the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s website.

On show at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10028, until March 15, 2015, Sun – Thur 10:00 am – 5:30 pm , Fri & Sat 10:00 am – 9:00 pm. Standard entry fee: Suggested General admission $25.00. Check details on the Metropolitan Museum of Arts website.

 


 

Paper Chase – Two Decades of Collecting Drawings and Prints

at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

“This exhibition of works of art on paper pays tribute to the esteemed connoisseur and brilliant curator George R. Goldner, Drue Heinz Chairman of the Department of Drawings and Prints since 1993, who will be stepping down in early 2015. “ – Quoted from the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s website.

On show at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10028, until March 16, 2015, Sun – Thur 10:00 am – 5:30 pm , Fri & Sat 10:00 am – 9:00 pm. Standard entry fee: Suggested General admission $25.00. Check details on the Metropolitan Museum of Arts website.

 


 

The Paris of Toulouse-Lautrec: Prints and Posters

at the MoMa

“A preeminent artist of Belle Époque Paris, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (1864–1901) brought the language of the late-19th-century avant-garde to a broad public through his famous posters, prints, and illustrations for journals and magazines. A cultural nexus, he connected artists, performers, authors, intellectuals, and society figures of his day, creating a bridge between the brothels and society salons of the moment.“ – Quoted from the MoMa’s website.

On show at the MoMa, 11 W 53rd Street, New York, NY 10019, until March 22, 2015, daily 10:30 am – 5:30 pm, till 8:00 pm on Fri. Standard entry fee: General Admission $25. Check details on the MoMas website.

 


 

Helena Rubinstein: Beauty Is Power

at the Jewish Museum

“This is the first exhibition to explore the ideas, innovations, and influence of the legendary cosmetics entrepreneur Helena Rubinstein (1872 – 1965). Madame (as she was universally known) helped break down the status quo of taste by blurring boundaries between commerce, art, fashion, beauty, and design.“ – Quoted from the Jewish Museum’s website.

On show at the Jewish Museum, 1109 5th Ave at 92nd St, New York, NY 10128, until March 22, 2015, Sat–Tue, 11am–5:45pm, Thu 11am–8pm, Fri 11am–4pm. Standard entry fee: $15.00. Check details on the Jewish Museums website.

 


 

LETTERS TO AFAR

at the Museum of the City of New York

“Letters to Afar is an immersive video art installation based on home movies made by New York City’s Jewish immigrants who traveled back to visit Poland during the 1920s and 30s. The films document poignant family reunions and everyday life in small towns in the years before the Second World War, capturing a culture on the brink. The installation was created by Hungarian artist Péter Forgács.“ – Quoted from the Museum of the City of New York’s website.

On show at the Museum of the City of New York, 1220 5th Avenue, Manhattan, New York, NY 10029, until March 22, 2015, daily from 10 am to 6 pm. Standard entry fee: Suggested General admission $10.00. Check details on the Museum of the City of New Yorks website.

 


 

Tomi Ungerer: All in One

at the Drawing Center

“Tomi Ungerer is best known as the award winning author and illustrator of such beloved 1960s children’s classics as The Three Robbers (1961) and Moon Man (1966). But the virtuoso draftsman—who was born in Alsace, France, in 1931, and who currently resides in a remote part of Ireland near Cork—is much more than this.“ – Quoted from the Drawing Center’s website.

On show at the Drawing Center, 35 Wooster Street, SoHo, New York, 10013, until March 22, 2015, Wed-Sun 12-6pm, till 8pm Thur. Standard entry fee: $5.00. Check details on the Drawing Centers website.

 


 

The Art of the Chinese Album

at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

“This exhibition showcases the album, one of the most intimate of Chinese painting formats. The special structure of the album, in which each turn of the page is an opportunity to remake the world anew, presents unique possibilities and challenges for artists. For Dai Benxiao (1621–1693), the album was a chance to plumb the depths of a single style, like a jazz improviser testing the limits of a single musical mode. “ – Quoted from the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s website.

On show at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10028, until March 29, 2015, Sun – Thur 10:00 am – 5:30 pm , Fri & Sat 10:00 am – 9:00 pm. Standard entry fee: Suggested General admission $25.00. Check details on the Metropolitan Museum of Arts website.

 


 

The Art of the Chinese Album

at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

“This exhibition showcases the album, one of the most intimate of Chinese painting formats. The special structure of the album, in which each turn of the page is an opportunity to remake the world anew, presents unique possibilities and challenges for artists. “ – Quoted from the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s website.

On show at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10028, until March 29, 2015, Sun – Thur 10:00 am – 5:30 pm , Fri & Sat 10:00 am – 9:00 pm. Standard entry fee: Suggested General admission $25.00. Check details on the Metropolitan Museum of Arts website.

 


 

Judith Scott—Bound and Unbound

at the Brooklyn Museum

“Judith Scott’s work is celebrated for its astonishing visual complexity. In a career spanning just seventeen years, Scott developed a unique and idiosyncratic method to produce a body of work of remarkable originality. Often working for weeks or months on individual pieces, she used yarn, thread, fabric, and other fibers to envelop found objects into fastidiously woven, wrapped, and bundled structures.“ – Quoted from the Brooklyn Museum’s website.

On show at the Brooklyn Museum, 200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, New York 11238-6052, until March 29, 2015, 11 am – 6 pm Weds Frids, Saturds, Sunds, 11 am – 10 pm Thursds. Standard entry fee: Check. Check details on the Brooklyn Museums website.

 


 

Painting with Threads – Chinese Tapestry and Embroidery, 12th–19th Century

at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

“The thinness and strength of silk make it the ideal material for weaving or embroidering elegant, painting-like images characterized by fluid outlines, rich colors, and even the addition of calligraphic inscriptions and seals.“ – Quoted from the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s website.

On show at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10028, until March 29, 2015, Sun – Thur 10:00 am – 5:30 pm , Fri & Sat 10:00 am – 9:00 pm. Standard entry fee: Suggested General admission $25.00. Check details on the Metropolitan Museum of Arts website.

 


 

The Forever Now: Contemporary Painting in an Atemporal World

at the MoMa

“The Forever Now presents the work of 17 artists whose paintings reflect a singular approach that characterizes our cultural moment at the beginning of this new millennium: they refuse to allow us to define, or even meter our time by them. This phenomenon in culture was first identified by the science fiction writer William Gibson, who used the term “atemporality” to describe a cultural product of our moment that paradoxically doesn’t represent, through style, through content, or through medium, the time from which it comes.“ – Quoted from the MoMa’s website.

On show at the MoMa, 11 W 53rd Street, New York, NY 10019, until April 5, 2015, daily 10:30 am – 5:30 pm, till 8:00 pm on Fri. Standard entry fee: with main entry $25.00. Check details on the MoMas website.

 


 

Enlightenment and Beauty: Sculptures by Houdon and Clodion

at the The Frick Collection

“Jean-Antoine Houdon (1741–1828) and Claude Michel, called Clodion (1738–1814), were two of the foremost sculptors in France during the late eighteenth century, and the Frick houses an important group of their works. “ – Quoted from the The Frick Collection’s website.

On show at the The Frick Collection, 1 East 70th Street, New York, NY 10021, until April 5, 2015, Tue – Sat, 10:00 am – 6:00 pm, Sun 11:00 am – 5:00 pm. Standard entry fee: with main entry $20.00. Check details on the The Frick Collections website.

 


 

Jean Dubuffet: Soul of the Underground

at the MoMa

“From the time Dubuffet committed himself to art-making in the early 1940s, he was a relentless innovator. Jean Dubuffet: Soul of the Underground illuminates Dubuffet’s radical experimentation with form and material by focusing on the artist’s work at a key span of his career, from the 1940s to the mid-1960s.“ – Quoted from the MoMa’s website.

On show at the MoMa, 11 W 53rd Street, New York, NY 10019, until April 5, 2015, daily 10:30 am – 5:30 pm, till 8:00 pm on Fri. Standard entry fee: with main entry $25.00. Check details on the MoMas website.

 


 

The Forever Now: Contemporary Painting in an Atemporal World

at the MoMa

“The Forever Now presents the work of 17 artists whose paintings reflect a singular approach that characterizes our cultural moment at the beginning of this new millennium: they refuse to allow us to define, or even meter our time by them. “ – Quoted from the MoMa’s website.

On show at the MoMa, 11 W 53rd Street, New York, NY 10019, until April 5, 2015, daily 10:30 am – 5:30 pm, till 8:00 pm on Fri. Standard entry fee: with main entry $25.00. Check details on the MoMas website.

 


 

New Territories: Laboratories for Design, Craft and Art in Latin America

at the Museum of Art and Design

“New Territories explores the collaborations between small manufacturing operations and craftspersons, artists, and designers, and demonstrates how the resulting work addresses not only the issues of commodification and production, but also of urbanization, displacement and sustainability.“ – Quoted from the Museum of Art and Design ‘s website.

On show at the Museum of Art and Design , 2 Columbus Circle, New York, NY 10019, until April 6, 2015, Tues – Sund 10:00 am to 6:00 pm, till 9:00 pm Thurs & Fri. Standard entry fee: General Admission$16.00. Check details on the Museum of Art and Design s website.

 


 

Chinese American: Exclusion/Inclusion

at the New-York Historical Society

“Chinese American: Exclusion/Inclusion explores the centuries-long history of trade and immigration between China and the United States—a history that involved New York from its very beginnings—and will raise the question “What does it mean to be an American?” “ – Quoted from the New-York Historical Society’s website.

On show at the New-York Historical Society, 170 Central Park West at Richard Gilder Way (77th Street), New York, NY 10024, until April 19, 2015, Tue-Sat, 10am-6pm, till 8pm Fri, Sun 11am-5pm. Standard entry fee: Admission $19.00. Check details on the New-York Historical Societys website.

 


 

Thomas Hart Benton’s America Today Mural Rediscovered

at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

“This exhibition celebrates the gift of Thomas Hart Benton’s epic mural America Today from AXA Equitable Life Insurance Company to The Metropolitan Museum of Art in December 2012. Benton (1889–1975) painted this mural for New York’s New School for Social Research to adorn the school’s boardroom in its International Style modernist building on West 12th Street. Showing a sweeping panorama of American life throughout the 1920s, America Today ranks among Benton’s most renowned works and is one of the most remarkable accomplishments in American art of the period.“ – Quoted from the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s website.

On show at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10028, until April 19, 2015, Sun – Thur 10:00 am – 5:30 pm , Fri & Sat 10:00 am – 9:00 pm. Standard entry fee: Suggested General admission $25.00. Check details on the Metropolitan Museum of Arts website.

 


 

Modern Photographs from the Thomas Walther Collection, 1909-1949

at the MoMa

“Modern Photographs from the Thomas Walther Collection, 1909–1949 explores photography between the First and Second World Wars, when creative possibilities were never richer or more varied, and when photographers approached figuration, abstraction, and architecture with unmatched imaginative fervor.“ – Quoted from the MoMa’s website.

On show at the MoMa, 11 W 53rd Street, New York, NY 10019, until April 19, 2015, daily 10:30 am – 5:30 pm, till 8:00 pm on Fri. Standard entry fee: with main entry $25.00. Check details on the MoMas website.

 


 

Freedom Journey 1965: Photographs of the Selma to Montgomery March by Stephen Somerstein

at the New-York Historical Society

“This exhibit features the stunning and historic photographs of Stephen Somerstein, documenting the Selma-to-Montgomery Civil Rights March in January 1965. Somerstein was a student in City College of New York’s night school and Picture Editor of his student newspaper when he traveled to Alabama to document the March. “ – Quoted from the New-York Historical Society’s website.

On show at the New-York Historical Society, 170 Central Park West at Richard Gilder Way (77th Street), New York, NY 10024, until April 19, 2015, Tue-Sat, 10am-6pm, till 8pm Fri, Sun 11am-5pm. Standard entry fee: Admission $19.00. Check details on the New-York Historical Societys website.

 


 

Beautiful Users

at the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institution

“When designers are creating products or spaces or technologies, they ask how people—users—will eventually engage with their designs. Depending on the user’s unique traits (including their size, abilities, occupation, age, and culture, among other things), designers can adapt their creations to fit users’ needs and behavior.“ – Quoted from the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institution’s website.

On show at the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institution, 2 East 91st Street, New York, NY 10128-0669, until April 26, 2015, daily 10am-6pm, Sat till 9pm. Standard entry fee: $18.00, pay as yu wish on Sat.. Check details on the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institutions website.

 


 

Cut to Swipe

at the MoMa

“Cut to Swipe traces key works, produced since the early 1980s, which have pioneered innovative ways of rearticulating the moving image and appropriated cultural forms within the gallery. If the cut signifies collage and montage, foundational artistic strategies of the 20th century, the swipe suggests a 21st-century condition in which images have moved off the screen, dispersed at the flick of a finger into almost every corner of daily life.“ – Quoted from the MoMa’s website.

On show at the MoMa, 11 W 53rd Street, New York, NY 10019, until May 25, 2015, daily 10:30 am – 5:30 pm, till 8:00 pm on Fri. Standard entry fee: with main entry $25.00. Check details on the MoMas website.

 


 

Tools: Extending our Reach

at the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institution

“Selected from Cooper Hewitt and nine other Smithsonian collections, the 175 objects in Tools span diverse cultures, places, and time periods. The 1.85 million years of tool use and design represented in the exhibition provide an opportunity to consider tools as classic examples of design, and reveal the fundamental role they play in shaping our lives.“ – Quoted from the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institution’s website.

On show at the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institution, 2 East 91st Street, New York, NY 10128-0669, until May 25, 2015, daily 10am-6pm, Sat till 9pm. Standard entry fee: $18.00, pay as yu wish on Sat.. Check details on the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institutions website.

 


 

Secret Invitation by Daniel Buckingham

at the Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute

“Daniel Buckingham’s visual language is inspired by his solo journey along the ancient Silk Road where, by bicycle, he explored 60 countries over an 8-year span. The Silk Road, which is a 4,000-mile long network of trade routes that connected China to Europe, the Middle East and North Africa, has been referred to as the first information highway. “ – Quoted from the Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute’s website.

On show at the Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute, 310 Genesee Street, Utica, New York 13502, until May 31, 2015, Tue – Sat, 10am – 5pm, Fri till 8pm, Sun, 1pm – 5pm. Standard entry fee: Free. Check details on the Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institutes website.

 


 

Maira Kalman Selects

at the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institution

“For this exhibition, author, artist, and designer Maira Kalman will fill the former first-floor Drawing Room of the Carnegie Mansion, with 40 objects from Cooper Hewitt, the National Museum of American History, and her personal collection to suggest the journey of a life story, from birth through death.“ – Quoted from the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institution’s website.

On show at the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institution, 2 East 91st Street, New York, NY 10128-0669, until June 14, 2015, daily 10am-6pm, Sat till 9pm. Standard entry fee: $18.00, pay as yu wish on Sat.. Check details on the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institutions website.

 


 

Sacred Traditions of the Himalayas

at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

“This installation features elaborate mandalas, embroideredtangkas, devotional sculpture, and jewelry for the gods. A highlight of the display will be ritual costumes used by masked dancers who reenacted divine conflicts to ensure abundance and ward off malicious forces.“ – Quoted from the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s website.

On show at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10028, until June 14, 2015, Sun – Thur 10:00 am – 5:30 pm , Fri & Sat 10:00 am – 9:00 pm. Standard entry fee: Suggested General admission $25.00. Check details on the Metropolitan Museum of Arts website.

 


 

Wolfgang Tillmans – Book for Architects

at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

“Wolfgang Tillmans’s installation Book for Architects (2014) is on view at the Metropolitan Museum for the first time since its debut at the 2014 Venice Architecture Biennale. Over a period of ten years, Tillmans (German, born 1968) photographed buildings in thirty-seven countries on five continents to produce Book for Architects. The 450 photographs are presented in a site-specific, two-channel video installation projected onto perpendicular walls.“ – Quoted from the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s website.

On show at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10028, until July 5, 2015, Sun – Thur 10:00 am – 5:30 pm , Fri & Sat 10:00 am – 9:00 pm. Standard entry fee: Suggested General admission $25.00. Check details on the Metropolitan Museum of Arts website.

 


 

Sol LeWitt: Wall Drawing #370

at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

“Sol LeWitt (American, 1928–2007) executed drawings by hand throughout his life; in 1968 he extricated his work from the confines of the frame and transferred it directly to the wall. The wall compositions were designed for limited duration and maximum flexibility within a broad range of architectural settings. Initially executed by drafters, these works in their finished state were most often slated for destruction. “ – Quoted from the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s website.

On show at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10028, until September 7, 2015, Sun – Thur 10:00 am – 5:30 pm , Fri & Sat 10:00 am – 9:00 pm. Standard entry fee: Suggested General admission $25.00. Check details on the Metropolitan Museum of Arts website.

 


 

Coptic Art, Dikran Kelekian, and Milton Avery

at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

“A 1943 portrait by the renowned modern American painter Milton Avery (1885–1965) of his friend Dikran Kelekian—a noted collector of modern paintings, Coptic, and Islamic art, and an influential dealer in Middle Eastern art of all periods—is the centerpiece of this installation. It is shown alongside twenty textiles and decorative objects created in Egypt between 300 and 800 A.D. Many are from the collection of works from Egypt that Kelekian began to acquire in the late 1800s. In addition to textile fragments, the installation includes a statuette, a necklace, and a comb.“ – Quoted from the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s website.

On show at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10028, until September 7, 2015, Sun – Thur 10:00 am – 5:30 pm , Fri & Sat 10:00 am – 9:00 pm. Standard entry fee: Suggested General admission $25.00. Check details on the Metropolitan Museum of Arts website.

 



 

James Sheehan: Death of Malevich

at the Drawing Center

“The Drawing Center’s […] curators have invited artists to create long-term drawing-based installations in atypical locations around the facility. The first project is James Sheehan’s Death of Malevich (2013). Sheehan’s postage-stamp-size watercolor on board is inserted directly into one of the walls of the basement corridor, creating a keyhole effect that voyeuristically transports the viewer into another realm.“ – Quoted from the Drawing Center’s website.

On show at the Drawing Center, 35 Wooster Street, SoHo, New York, 10013, until October 31, 2015, Wed-Sun 12-6pm, till 8pm Thur. Standard entry fee: $5.00. Check details on the Drawing Centers website.

 


 

Important Sculpture on View in Museum

at the Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute

“The Museum of Art is proud to exhibit Sol Lewitt’s Wall Piece #2, Cube Structure Based on Nine Modules, 1976, courtesy of the Feibes and Schmitt Collection.“ – Quoted from the Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute’s website.

On show at the Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute, 310 Genesee Street, Utica, New York 13502, until December 31, 2015, Tue – Sat, 10am – 5pm, Fri till 8pm, Sun, 1pm – 5pm. Standard entry fee: Free. Check details on the Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institutes website.

 


 

Fabergé from the Matilda Geddings Gray Foundation Collection

at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

“Louisiana heiress and philanthropist Matilda Geddings Gray (1885–1971) acquired her first object by Fabergé in 1933. An artist herself, with a refined aesthetic sensibility, she was a sophisticated collector, while the name of the Russian artist-jeweler Peter Carl Fabergé (1846–1920) was almost unknown in the United States. Over the following years, Matilda Geddings Gray amassed one of the finest Fabergé collections in the world, and Fabergé’s art has become widely known and internationally sought after.“ – Quoted from the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s website.

On show at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10028, until November 27, 2016, Sun – Thur 10:00 am – 5:30 pm , Fri & Sat 10:00 am – 9:00 pm. Standard entry fee: Suggested General admission $25.00. Check details on the Metropolitan Museum of Arts website.


 


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