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“Fabergé from the Matilda Geddings Gray Foundation Collection”, at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Nov 22, 2011 - Nov 27, 2016

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 ar... (Read More)

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Joiri Minaya “Redecode”, at El Museo del Barrio, Jan 20, 2016 - Jan 20, 2017

Redecode: a tropical theme is a great way to create a fresh, peaceful, relaxing atmosphere is derived from two wallpapers designed in the 1940’s for sumptuous redecorations in luxurious hotels in the United States. Recalling scientific illustrations, the original patterns belong to a style popularized at midcentury. Names such as “Brazilliance,” designed for the Greenbrier Hotel in West Virginia by Dorothy Draper, and “Martinique Banana Leaf,” de... (Read More)

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“Unfinished: Thoughts Left Visible” Exhibition, at The Met Breuer, Mar 18 - Sep 4, 2016

Exhibition Location: The Met Breuer, 3rd and 4th floors Unfinished: Thoughts Left Visible examines a subject that is critical to artistic practice: the question of when a work of art is finished. Opening March 18, 2016, this landmark exhibition inaugurates The Met Breuer, ushering in a new phase for The Met’s expanded engagement with modern and contemporary art, presented in Marcel Breuer’s iconic building on Madison Avenue. With over 190 work... (Read More)

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Rachel Harrison “Perth Amboy”, at The Museum of Modern Art, Mar 19 - Sep 5, 2016

Dunn Gallery, second floor Named after a town in New Jersey where an apparition of the Virgin Mary was said to have appeared on the window of a two-story house, Rachel Harrison’s room-sized work Perth Amboy exemplifies a cross-disciplinary approach to making art. The work comprises 21 photographs, individual sculptural assemblages, and an open-ended labyrinth made from cardboard. It takes as its subject the basic acts of looking and seeing, ... (Read More)

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“Human Interest: Portraits from the Whitney’s Collection” Exhibition, at The Whitney Museum of American Art, Apr 27, 2016 - Feb 12, 2017

Human Interest: Portraits from the Whitney’s Collection offers new perspectives on one of art’s oldest genres. Drawn entirely from the Museum’s holdings, the more than two hundred works in the exhibition show changing approaches to portraiture from the early 1900s until today. Bringing iconic works together with lesser-known examples and recent acquisitions in a range of mediums, the exhibition unfolds in eleven thematic sections on the sixth and... (Read More)

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Harry Bertoia “Atmosphere for Enjoyment”, at Museum of Arts & Design, May 3 - Sep 25, 2016

Harry Bertoia’s (b. Italy 1915, d. United States 1978) career spanned just over thirty-five years. Known to many as the designer of the ”Diamond” chair still in production today by Knoll, Bertoia was also a prolific maker of prints, jewelry, and sculpture—both intimate and monumental—that grapple with properties of light, volume, and sound. He created much of his work from metal wire and rods; toward the middle of his career, he discovered that w... (Read More)

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Roberto Burle Marx “Brazilian Modernist”, at The Jewish Museum, May 6 - Sep 18, 2016

From Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro to Biscayne Boulevard in Miami Beach, throughout Brazil and around the world, the innovative and prolific work of Roberto Burle Marx (1909-1994) has made him one of the most prominent landscape architects of the twentieth century. From May 6 through September 18, 2016, the Jewish Museum will present the first New York City exhibition to focus on Burle Marx in more than two decades, and the first exhibition... (Read More)

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“Dive In” Exhibition, at Elisa Contemporary Art, May 26 - Sep 22, 2016

The Summer exhibit, Dive In features the Swimmers and Waterscapes of Hawaii artist, Carol Bennett, Marfa artist, Martha Hughes, Minimalist, Jeffrey Palladini and Hyperrealist, Matt Story. Dive In plunges into the Summer Season with the underwater swimmers, poolside figures and water and beach-related art of our featured artists. Each of our artists has a different relationship and significance for focusing on water and underwater movement.... (Read More)

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Tim Cantor “Sweet Favour & Fiend”, at AFA, Jun 16 - Aug 31, 2016

Sweet Favour & Fiend will feature 5 original paintings, concept drawings, writings, and 15 new limited edition prints on canvas by Tim Cantor. The collective works showcase Cantor’s mastery of color and detail and expose that which Cantor both fears and reveres. Inspired by his waking dreams, the Artist blurs the line between dark and light, leaving the viewer to his or her own impression. Tim Cantor is a California native, born in 1969. H... (Read More)

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