Jillian Steinhauer

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ArtRx NYC

by Jillian Steinhauer on August 11, 2015

Sarah Meyohas,

This week, it’s your last chance to catch a number of shows before they close — plus an electronic music dance party, a festival celebrating the black soul of Brooklyn, and Ziggy Stardust–themed roller disco.

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On Monday, the Minneapolis Institute of Arts unveiled its rebranding.

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“The truth is I love you,” reads the sign as you enter Brooklyn’s MetroTech Commons — not a bad way to pique the interest of passersby, appealing to their vanities and insecurities.

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Events

ArtRx NYC

by Jillian Steinhauer on August 4, 2015

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This week, check out protest-song karaoke, an art show devoted to Wes Anderson, a brand new lighthouse museum, two chances to see dance outdoors (in two different boroughs), and more.

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STYKKISHÓLMUR, Iceland — It’s hard to miss Vatnasafn, or the Library of Water, if you know what you’re looking for.

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I am writing to you today with a simple request: take down the pictures of Bill Cosby in your current exhibition Conversations.

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Events

ArtRx NYC

by Jillian Steinhauer on July 28, 2015

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This week NYC offers lots of opportunities to travel without going very far.

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Post image for In the Bronx, a Pop-up Art Show Is a Lightning Rod for Fear of Gentrification

There weren’t many protesters — just seven — but they were loud.

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It was soon after meeting and befriending Oriana Leckert that I came to know her as the Person Who Knows What I Should Do in Brooklyn at All Times.

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We all know it costs a lot of money to sit on the board of a major art museum, so naturally the question becomes: where does that money come from?

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