4 Must See Art Exhibition

Got plans this week? Well, you do now! 

How about some summer art? 

Who said summers were only for body suffering, Rocky Road ice cream and farmer tans? Below is information, along with links, to current and upcoming NY art exhibitions that are a must see! 

Sam McKinniss Ellie Sattler 2017 

Gladstone Gallery 

Fall is Cancelled

A group exhibition featuring Georg Baselitz, Maurizio Cattelan, Jim Hodges, Mike Kelley, Robert Mapplethorpe, Calvin Marcus, Philippe Parreno, Ed Ruscha and Wolfgang Tilmans.  

The exhibit combines the works of international artists with depictions of the natural world. 

June 22 - July 28 2017
64, 130 E 64th St, New York (212)753-2200. 




                                                                               
Peter Joseph (Could not find name)
Lisson Gallery 

Peter Joseph 

Abstract painter Peter Joseph shows for the first time at Lisson Gallery. His new body of work depicts a simplistic yet interesting approach to symmetrical shapes. The new pastel color palette in these abstract paintings are light, fun and free.

June 23 - August 11 2017
504 West 24th Street, New York 



MetFridays

New York's Night Out is expanding this summer at The Met Fifth Avenue, The Met Cloisters and The Met Breuer. Kick off the weekend on Friday nights in great company with iconic exhibitions and various programs while all three museums expand their hours. 

Have a date you wish to impress? This is it!
For more information click here.  



Emma Amos Preparing for a Face Lift, 1981
Brooklyn Museum of Art 

Elizabeth A. Sackler 
Center For Feminist Art 

We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965-85.

Works of black women artists that examine the political, social and cultural priorities during the emergence of the second-wave feminism. It is the first exhibition to highlight the experiences of women of color.

Experience art through the eyes of these expressive and exquisite women.

April 21-Semptemer 17, 2017


There you have it!

Take a break from the sun, check in to one of these gallery/museums and get lost in some great art.

Happy viewing! 





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