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Artists Among Us, the Whitney’s first-ever podcast with host Carrie Mae Weems, debuts MAY 14

Debuting on May 14, the five-episode podcast responds to and expands upon David Hammons’s Day’s End On May 14, 2021, the Whitney Museum of American Art will launch its first-ever podcast Artists Among Us. Consisting of five episodes, Artists Among Us is hosted by influential artist and photographer Carrie Mae Weems and features both expected and unexpected voices. Created by

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Hugo Boss Prize Exhibition Featuring New and Recent Work by Deana Lawson Opens at Guggenheim Museum on May 7

Exhibition: The Hugo Boss Prize 2020: Deana Lawson, CentropyVenue: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 1071 Fifth Avenue, New YorkLocation: Tower Level 7Dates: May 7–October 11, 2021 From May 7–October 11, 2021, an exhibition of new and recent works by artist Deana Lawson, winner of the Hugo Boss Prize 2020, will be on view at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. Lawson’s presentation will include large-scale photographs

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Guggenheim Presents Christian Nyampeta: Sometimes It Was Beautiful

Exhibition:Christian Nyampeta: Sometimes It Was BeautifulVenue: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 1071 Fifth Avenue, New YorkLocation: RotundaDates: April 30–June 21, 2021 From April 30 through June 21, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum presents the exhibition Christian Nyampeta: Sometimes It Was Beautiful. Inspired by Senegalese writer and film director Ousmane Sembène’s idea of cinema as a collective learning environment, artist, filmmaker, and writer Christian Nyampeta transforms

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MoMA PS1 to Present the First Major Exhibition of New York-Based Artist, Writer, and Activist Gregg Bordowitz Opening May 13

MoMA PS1 will present Gregg Bordowitz: I Wanna Be Well, the first comprehensive overview of the New York artist’s prodigious and influential career. Born in Brooklyn and raised primarily in Queens, Gregg Bordowitz (American, b. 1964) has been living with HIV for more than half of his adult life, and transformed his art practice in the mid-1980s in response to

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Pre-Code Fox Rarities from the MoMA Archive

May 06, 2021 – May 20, 2021 – The Museum of Modern Art Founded in 1915 by the self-educated entrepreneur William Fox, the Fox Film Corporation became home to the most dazzling lineup of directorial talent in the studio era. As silent film transitioned into sound, Fox’s roster of directors included Frank Borzage, Allan Dwan, John Ford, Howard Hawks, William

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New Commission by Andrea Miller to Animate Lincoln Center Campus as Part of Restart Stages

You Are Here, a Sculpture, Sound, and Performance Installation, To Feature Audio Portraits of Dozens of Artists and Civiliansin Continually Shifting Sound Garden thatTransforms into Live Performance Experience A Project of the Arnhold Dance Innovation Fund July 14-31, 2021 Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts today announced the world premiere of You Are Here, a public sculpture, sound, and live performance

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Whitney Museum announces the completion of David Hammons’s Day’s End, a monumental public sculpture permanently installed in Hudson River Park

The Whitney Museum announced the completion of David Hammons’s permanent public sculpture Day’s End (2021), one of the largest public art projects completed in the United States this year. Located in Hudson River Park along the southern edge of Gansevoort Peninsula, directly across from the Museum, Day’s End was developed in collaboration with the artist and Hudson River Park Trust.

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The Brooklyn Museum Presents The Slipstream: Reflection, Resilience, and Resistance in the Art of Our Time

Opening May 14, the exhibition contemplates the tumultuous year 2020 and its lasting impact on our future, with new contemporary acquisitions from the collection, including artists Mel Chin, Arthur Jafa, Tschabalala Self, Simone Leigh, and others. A major new commission for the Museum’s façade, Nick Cave’s Truth Be Told, will be presented in conjunction with the exhibition. The Slipstream: Reflection,

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MoMA announces Fotoclubismo: Brazilian Modernist Photography, 1946–1964, highlighting a previously understudied chapter of Photographic History

The Museum of Modern Art announces Fotoclubismo: Brazilian Modernist Photography, 1946–1964, the first museum exhibition of Brazilian modernist photography outside of Brazil. On view May 8 – September 26, 2021, the exhibition will focus on the unforgettable creative achievements of São Paulo’s Foto-Cine Clube Bandeirante, a group of amateur photographers widely heralded in Brazil, but essentially unknown to European and

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Museum of Arts and Design Invites Visitors into Miniature World Created by Collector Joanna Fisher

The Fisher Dollhouse: A Venetian Palazzo in MiniatureMay 8—September 26, 2021 Inspired by Venice’s glamorous Gritti Palace, The Fisher Dollhouse: A Venetian Palazzo in Miniature will make its public debut at the Museum of Arts and Design (MAD) on May 8. With a fifteenth-century classical exterior and ten rooms filled with an eclectic range of historical and contemporary craft, art, and design

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