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Upcoming Events: November 12 – 17

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Upcoming Events: November 12 – 17

We hope everyone is keeping warm as the weather begins to change!
Warm up and check out these exhibits.

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– Janet Cardiff: The Forty Part Motet

– Willem de Kooning, “Ten Paintings, 1983-1985”

– American Legends from Calder to O’Keeffee

Courtesy of: www.metmuseum.org

Courtesy of: www.metmuseum.org

Janet Cardiff: The Forty Part Motet

This sound installation by Jane Cardiff will be her first presentation of contemporary art.  Her masterwork will consist of forty feet high speakers positioned on stands and an oval configuration. Many famous compositions will be playing throughout the installation. Views are encouraged to walk around the exhibition to hear the individual compositions playing, to get the full experience.

Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art

Address: Fort Tryon Park, 99 Margaret Corbin Dr
Washington Heights
New York

Date/Hour: Now- December 3, 2013;
Mar–Oct: Tue–Sun 9:30am–5:15pm. Nov–Feb: Tue–Sun 9:30am–4:45pm

Admission: Suggested donation $25, seniors $17, students $12, children under 12 free

Phone: 212-923-3700

metmuseum.org

 

 

 

Courtesy of: www.gagosian.com

Courtesy of: www.gagosian.com

Willem de Kooning, “Ten Paintings, 1983-1985”

Willem de Kooning has recently put on display of ten magnificent paintings. This exhibition highlights a three-year period in the last decade of Kooning’s career. Curated by John Elderfield. Each piece shows Kooning’s most interesting and rare works of art for the public eye. This is the first exhibition drawn entirely from the holdings of Koonings’ s foundation.

Location: Gagosian Gallery

Address: 980 Madison Ave 
Upper East Side 
New York

Date/Hour: Now- December 21;
Tue–Sat 10am–6pm

Admission: N/A

Phone: 212-744-2313

gagosian.com

 

 

 

Courtesy of: www.whitney.org

Courtesy of: www.whitney.org

American Legends from Calder to O’Keeffee

The Whitney will be holdings artwork form the first half of the twelfth century leading artists. This exhibition provides a survey of each artists work across a range of ascetics.

Location: Whitney Museum of American Art

Address: 945 Madison Ave
Upper East Side
New York
10021

Date/Hour: Now- January 5, 2014;
Wed, Thu, Sat, Sun 11am–6pm; Fri 1–9pm

Admission: $20; seniors, adults 19–25 and students $16; 18 and under free

Phone: 212-570-3600

whitney.org

 

 

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