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(All photos by Paul D'Agostino.) As many other recent year-end roundups of all sorts have similarly stated, the year 2016 will be recollected for quite some time for a great many reasons, and perhaps primarily thanks to its all-too-well-played role as temporal host to so many things that profoundly sucked. A number of beloved celebrities passed away well before what would've seemed 'their time,' which made many people sad, because for some reason so many of...
Prepare for the recently dormant yet typically quite lively art gallery circuits in our fine town to get jolted back into activity this week with hundreds of openings scattered around the boroughs. There are about 20 shows opening in the Lower East Side alone this Wednesday, for instance, and another 50 in Chelsea on Thursday. Yes, 50. Just in Chelsea. Just this Thursday. And that's a low-balled estimate. So is the 20. Friday, then, will feature...
Here’s a selection of current and forthcoming exhibitions worth adding to your summer calendars. A few of them will even allow you to take in some sun. A couple might give you reason to take tissues with you. For now, though, just take notes. Metropolitan Museum of Art Cornelia Parker: Transitional Object One thing you should look forward to every year as spring transitions to summer is news of what the Met will soon be exhibiting on its...
Here are seven NYC exhibitions for you to look forward to in the coming weeks and months. Material and thematic overlaps factor into them aplenty. Check back with Brooklyn Magazine soon for "Spring Museum Preview: Part 2." For now, mark your calendars accordingly. MoMA Marcel Broodthaers: A Retrospective Belgian artist Marcel Broodthaers was a witty, formidably prolific creative agent of many sorts whose primary means of expression was always poetic even after his output of poetry properly-so-called...