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‘Human Structures’ by Jonathan Borofsky is on Display at Plaza33

Plaza33, the broad triangle outside Penn Station, has hosted a parade of large installations by notable artists. Keith Haring and Roy Lichtenstein are notable recents. Now, yet another big, bold, simple sculpture has risen on the low plinth at the … Continue reading

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Kolonihavehus is a Night-Light for a Giant’s Home

Tom Fruin’s sculputre Kolonihavehus is a night-light for a giant’s home. Currently on show in the Brooklyn Bridge Park, the shed-sized steel and plexiglass house is a feast of color, glowing brilliantly at night from lights both inside and out, … Continue reading

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Isa Genzken: Retrospective at MoMA

Isa Genzken, arguably one of the most influential contemporary female artists of the last few decades, is currently being featured at the Museum of Modern Art in the exhibition, Isa Genzken: Retrospective. Genzken, a German artist based in Berlin, works … Continue reading

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MoMA PS1 Welcomes “Mike Kelley” In Its Largest Exhibition Since “Rooms”

It seems as though there has never been a better time to explore New York City’s most innovative contemporary arts museums. We recently discussed Chris Burden’s massive take-over of the New Museum, and now, MoMA PS1 welcomes a substantial exhibition … Continue reading

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Chris Burden Occupies the New Museum in “Extreme Measures”

Big things are happening at the New Museum, New York City’s only art institution dedicated to exclusively showcasing contemporary works from around the world. Starting yesterday, and running through January 12th, 2014, performance and sculpture artist Chris Burden is taking … Continue reading

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Public art by BroLab

I’m loving the work that BroLab is doing around the city! I first heard about this artist collective through the Bronx River Arts Center when they participated in the “Shifting Communities” exhibition series with their “Thrust of Sorrows” catapult, a … Continue reading

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Bronx River Art Center brings “For Closure” to West Farms Square

West Farms Square is the temporary home of a new public art sculpture that expresses the impact America’s housing crisis is having on ordinary people. Gabriela Salazar’s For Closure stands 26 feet tall and is on view for seven months … Continue reading

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