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by Hrag Vartanian on November 18, 2014

The Varrazano-Narrows Bridge, November 21, 1964

This week, feminism’s impact on art, Cézanne at the Met, the personal experience of surveillance, John Baldessari’s new show, a bridge’s 50th birthday, and more.

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by Hrag Vartanian on November 11, 2014

Duane Hanson,

This week, kinetic cinema, fuck paintings, drones, art inspired by Ebony and Jet, a queer birthday party, cemeteries in Kyrgyzstan, and more. In other words, just another week in NYC.

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by Hrag Vartanian on November 4, 2014

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This week, Hans Haacke is back on the scene and better than ever, we’re leading a discussion about alternative economies in the art world, there’s an artistic excavation in Queens, talk of riot, conspiracy, or rebellion in Brooklyn, and much more.

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by Hrag Vartanian on October 28, 2014

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Everyone is getting into the Critical Halloween mood with Storefront for Art and Architecture, while artists have the option to dispose of their artworks at MoMA PS1. And there’s one really big performance mashup scheduled at the Brooklyn Museum this Saturday.

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by Hrag Vartanian on October 21, 2014

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This week, a forgotten graffiti documentary, Bushwick bursting with international art, classic zombies, restoring color to ancient sculptures, and more.

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by Hrag Vartanian on October 14, 2014

Jeff Koons, “Play-Doh” (1994–2014)

This week, delve deep into Stanley Kubrick’s archives, see the Koons retrospective before it closes at the Whitney, explore the archeological destruction of ISIS, check out Ryoji Ikeda in Times Square, and more.

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by Hrag Vartanian on October 7, 2014

Egon Schiele, “Portrait of Eduard Kosmack, with Raised Left Hand” (1910)

This week, solo shows by artists Robert Gober, Egon Schiele, and Gregory Sholette should be on your radar, while curator Michelle Grabner is doing a breakfast chat, the NY Public Library is hosting a talk on museum ethics, and Edgar Allan Poe’s dark side is in the spotlight.

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by Hrag Vartanian on September 30, 2014

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This week, 265 artists take part in Greenpoint Open Studios, there’s an art world comedy being filmed in Williamsburg, Cy Twombly opens at the Morgan, Artists Space considers the intersection of art and books, and it’s your last chance to see the Latin American art show at the Guggenheim. And, of course, that’s not all.

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by Hrag Vartanian on September 23, 2014

This Saturday, alumni from the Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture will showcase new performances pieces at Socrates Sculpture Park

This week, don’t forget about Queens, discuss the intersection of art and science, LMCC open studios sound great, site-specific performance at the Socrates Sculpture Park, a discussion about Brutalism in Williamsburg, and, most importantly, the New York Art Book Fair opens!

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by Hrag Vartanian on September 16, 2014

Cover of East Village Eye, issue 22, June 1982

This week, New York continues to celebrate the fall season, and nothing is slowing down.

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