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“Making Music Modern: Design for Ear and Eye” Exhibition, at The Museum of Modern Art, Nov 15, 2014 - Nov 15, 2015

Music and design­—art forms that share aesthetics of rhythm, tonality, harmony, interaction, and improvisation—have long had a close affinity, perhaps never more so than during the 20th century. Radical design and technological innovations, from the LP to the iPod and from the transistor radio to the Stratocaster, have profoundly altered our sense of how music can be performed, heard, distributed, and visualized. Avant-garde designers—among them ... (Read More)

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“Uncanny Valley Archives” Exhibition, at The Museum of the Moving Image, May 13 - Sep 13, 2015

Artist and animator Scott Gelber uses stock 3-D models, rich digital textures, and artifacts of contemporary computing to construct elaborate tableaux that are both familiar and inexplicable. For Uncanny Valley Archives, Gelber continues his exploration of the Uncanny Valley, the theory that when artificial beings such as dolls, animated characters, or robots look or behave too much like human beings, they repulse viewers. In these works, Uncanny... (Read More)

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“Editing Area 5: A Re-installation and Progressive De-installation of Noguchi’s Bronze Gallery” Exhibition, at The Noguchi Museum, Jun 3 - Sep 20, 2015

When the Museum first opened, Area 5 was a gallery featuring 1960s-era bronzes. This summer it will be installed as close as possible to its original state—before the elevator went in, when the space was longer. The exhibition will open with nine objects installed. Regularly throughout the summer, one or two pieces will be removed, with the aim being to leave the gallery looking, at every stage, like it had always been installed in its current st... (Read More)

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Leonor Antunes “I Stand Like A Mirror Before You”, at The New Museum of Contemporary Art, Jun 24 - Sep 6, 2015

Lobby Gallery Portuguese artist Leonor Antunes (b. 1972) creates sculptures that reflect the environment that surrounds them and make reference to the work of lesser-known figures from the history of twentieth-century architecture and design. Her interest in craft and handwork shines through in her use of wood, bamboo, leather, brass, rope, and string; these materials often find sculptural form as vertical or horizontal demarcations in spac... (Read More)

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Sarah Charlesworth “Doubleworld”, at The New Museum of Contemporary Art, Jun 24 - Sep 20, 2015

Second Floor Over the course of a forty-year career, artist Sarah Charlesworth (1947–2013) investigated pivotal questions about the role of images in our culture. Her influential body of work deconstructed the conventions of photography and gave emphasis to the medium’s importance in mediating our perception of the world. Charlesworth’s practice bridged the incisiveness of 1970s Conceptual art and the illuminating image-play of the later-iden... (Read More)

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“Sargent: Portraits of Artists and Friends” Exhibition, at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Jun 30 - Oct 4, 2015

Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Exhibition Hall, Gallery 999 Throughout his career, the celebrated American painter John Singer Sargent (1856–1925) created portraits of artists, writers, actors, and musicians, many of whom were his close friends. Because these works were rarely commissioned, he was free to create images that were more radical than those he made for paying clients. He often posed these sitters informally—in the act of painting, singi... (Read More)

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Vladimir Montufar “Trajectories”, at Friedman & Vallois Gallery, Jul 9 - Sep 26, 2015

Friedman & Vallois presents the exhibition “Trajectories” by French and Guatemalan-Salvadoran artist Vladimir Montufar. The exhibition highlights works produced entirely in 2014: sculptures, paintings and works on paper. As the title suggests, the artist depicts the trajectories of humankind. The sculpture “History IV” refers to that of the human being who goes forth without knowing where he is going, with the intent to leave behind hi... (Read More)

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“Midsummer Night’s Dream” Exhibition, at Elga Wimmer PCC, Aug 4 - Sep 15, 2015

“When Paintings Dream of Veronese Green” was the title of a show from the 90’s in our former Broadway space, and it would apply again nicely to this exhibition. These paintings transport the viewer to a different place. Be they the “Turner like” ephemeral landscapes of Antonio Murado, Lydia Dona’s new swirls of movement and explosive color, the intricate figurative abstractions of Haeri You, telling you a very personal story, or Les Rogers’ subl... (Read More)

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