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Don’t Go to the Brooklyn Museum This Weekend!

Here’s your PSA: the Brooklyn Museum will be closed this weekend because of an air-conditioning outage. As temperatures soar over 90 in New York City this weekend, the outage is an important reminder of the powerful effect hot weather can … Continue reading

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Don’t Miss Out on Kehinde Wiley at the Brooklyn Museum

Kehinde Wiley is a prolific contemporary artist whose works push the boundaries of portraiture. According to his bio, “Los Angeles native and New York based visual artist, Kehinde Wiley has firmly situated himself within art history’s portrait painting tradition. As … Continue reading

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Killer Heels at the Brooklyn Museum

The Brooklyn Museum always hosts an incredible range of exhibitions that feature the works of local and international artists from various artistic movements and eras. One of the museum’s most fascination current exhibits features an art form that many people … Continue reading

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Coming Swoon: New Art at the Brooklyn Museum

The Brooklyn Museum is a place where you can always count on finding something incredibly inspiring to explore. This winter, escaping to local museums to take my mind off of the chill outdoors has been fun (and somewhat necessary), and … Continue reading

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Pay What You Wish at NYC’s Premier Museums

There is no denying that New York is an expensive city, especially for those who love take advantage of all of its artistic offerings. How can you experience all of the museums, performances, and gallery openings while still being kind … Continue reading

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More Theatrical Offerings Across the Bridge in Brooklyn

Lately, it may seem like all I’ve been writing about are the fantastic theater happenings taking place all around New York City. It’s probably because there have been so many – the International Fringe Festival wrapped up at the end … Continue reading

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The Bruce High Quality Foundation at the Brooklyn Museum

  The Brooklyn Museum is known for playing host to some truly spectacular exhibits and installations, and isn’t afraid to showcase bold works from obscure artists. This summer, the museum welcomes The Bruce High Quality Foundation, in an installation featuring … Continue reading

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Accord Bleu (Sponge Relief) to be Auctioned

French artist Yves Klein was one of the first relief-sponge artists, first reaching the public’s eye in the late 1950s. In one of the pieces, Accord Bleu (Sponge Relief), Klein used a teal blue color that he would later claim … Continue reading

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NYCHA’s GO Project – bringing artistic communities together

Today’s post is about a cool new project called GO. The GO project hopes to bring together residents from the city’s housing developments and the artists who work in studios and galleries in Brooklyn. Despite the many art programs sponsored … Continue reading

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Brooklyn Museum Go: Deadline Friday – Register NOW

If you’re a Brooklyn artist and you  haven’t heard about GO: a community-curated open studio project facilitated by the Brooklyn Museum, you should absolutely register right now. GO offers artists a chance to have their work featured in a Brooklyn … Continue reading

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