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Trigger Warning: Upcoming Art Exhibit Explores Gender and Sexuality

The New Museum of New York expects controversy around its upcoming exhibition “Trigger: Gender and a Tool and a Weapon.” That’s part of the point–for the show to set jaws wagging for its run and then some. With more than … Continue reading

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Irving Penn Exhibit Coming to the Met

Irving Penn’s bold, deliberate photos helped define the look of Vogue Magazine and, it could be said, of fashion photography itself. “Insufferably elegant” is how it was described by Roberta Smith in the New York Times. He photographed everything, from … Continue reading

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Last Chance to See the Ray Hamilton Exhibit

Currently at the Kerry Schuss Gallery is a very special exhibition. Many retrospectives cover decades, but this one is only six years long. It is a sensitive, sweet coverage of the artist’s recovery from a serious stroke in 1990, and … Continue reading

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Todd Webb’s ‘A City Seen’ Coming to Museum of the City of New York

Todd Webb (1905–2000) arrived in New York in 1946, armed with a camera and the training of a Navy photographer. By then, he’d already worked with other photography greats like Ansel Adams and Harry Callahan. But Webb ultimately made a … Continue reading

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