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- Williamsburg Every 2:nd Friday aids and encourages the public presentation of local and international art in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Every second Friday of the month, Williamsburg galleries and alternative art spaces stay open late and offer special nighttime events including cutting-edge exhibitions, performances and conceptual soirees.
- Fred Torres Collaborations is an artist management and project space founded in 2005 that collaborates with artists, galleries and museums in producing and promoting exhibitions in New York and around the world. Riot of Life, a collection of Detroit-based artist George Rahme’s large-scale collage landscapes is on display until October 8, 2011.
- Dia:Beacon which houses the Dia Art Foundation’s collection of art from the 1960′s to the present, has an exciting line-up of shows this fall. In celebration of the non-profit Electronic Arts Intermix‘s (EAI) 40 anniversary, Dia:Beacon presents Circia 1971, a selection of video and film works by key figures in early video art from the EAI archive. The exhibition is on view until September 4, 2012. Dia: Beacon’s retrospective of minimalist artist Blinky Palermo also runs until October 31, 2011.
- FIAF: Crossing the Line Festival, produced by French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF) with leading New York cultural institutions, presents diverse and dynamic new work from significant artists who are revolutionizing artistic practices on both sides of the Atlantic. The Festival takes you from Central Park and Museum Mile to an historic Gilded Age-era mansion, as well as to some of the city’s most notable arts venues. Crossing the Line 2011 is curated around three principle themes: Fiction & Non-Fiction; Lecture/Performance series; and Endurance/Resistance/Inspiration. This year’s festival runs from September 17 to October 16, 2011.
- NYU Steinhardt‘s undergraduate and graduate art programs foster imaginative art-making, intellectual exchange and career preparation. Their program for studio artists offers courses in painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, digital media, video, performance, printmaking, craft media, installation, and design. Their professional program also prepares students for rewarding visual arts careers as teaching artists and art educators, art therapists, administrators, curators, art advocates and consultants.
- Fountain Art Fair is an exhibition of avant-garde artwork in New York during Armory week, Miami during Art Basel Miami Beach and Los Angeles during Pacific Standard Time weekend. Founded in 2006 as an attempt to leverage support for smaller independent galleries to gain access to larger collectors and critics, Fountain has held five exhibitions in Miami, one in Chicago, and six in New York and represents over 20 international avant-garde galleries and projects. Fountain officially lands in L.A. from September 30 – October 2.
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