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Doris Salcedo art

Coming Soon to the Guggenheim: Doris Salcedo

Beginning Friday, June 26th, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York City will play host to Doris Salcedo’s major collection of 122 works, in a massive exhibit titled Plegaria Muda. With a name that means, approximately, “silent or silenced prayer,” a somber atmosphere among her art pieces is perhaps to be expected. Her exhibit, previously […]

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George Ferrandi

Body Language and the Art of George Ferrandi

Artist George Ferrandi focuses on sculpture, performance, and theater in works like “ok don’t look at the stranger…” (exploring wait staff body language) and “it felt like i knew you…” (looking at how strangers interact on the subway). Based in Brooklyn, Ferrandi uses a variety of mediums to look at the specifics of human interaction […]

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Brooklyn Museum

Summertime Offerings at the Brooklyn Museum

Summer is always the perfect time to really slow down, enjoy the longer days, and make time to experience all that NYC has to offer. There are plenty of outdoor cultural happenings taking place this season; from the Highline to Socrates Sculpture Park, there is no shortage of artsy outdoor attractions. And if you need […]

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Swoon Presents ‘Submerged Motherlands’ at the Brooklyn Museum

The Brooklyn Museum is hosting some tremendous exhibitions over the next couple of months, including works from Ai Weiwei, early feminist pieces from Judy Chicago, an exhibition featuring art and civil rights in the 1960s, and much more. One of the Brooklyn Museum’s current exhibitions that we are most excited about features remarkable works from […]

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