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NYC Art Galleries To See Fall 2017

 

 

 

NYC Art Galleries To See Fall 2017

 

 

Visit These NYC Galleries This Fall

 

 

New York City - A city that never sleeps is bound to come up with wild and creative works of art. Check out these galleries to see the what’s inspiring people this week. 

 

Frank Lloyd Wright Unpacking The Archive (MoMA)

 

 

Through October 1

 

This gallery consists of 450 works from one of the world’s greatest and innovative architects, Frank Lloyd Wright. Take a look into the mind of the father of American mid-century modern design.

 

 

Mystical Symbolism: The Salon de la Rose+Croix in Paris (Guggenheim)

 

 

Through October 4, 2017

 

From 1892 to 1897 Paris held annual exhibitions focused on symbolism with Greek, early Italian Renaissance, and female stereotype themes. Check out its revival in the Guggenheim before October 4th.

 

Calder: Hypermobility (Whitney)

 

Through Oct 23, 2017

 

Focusing on the exploration of movement and sound in the form of installations, and sculptures, Hypermobility is a homage to Calder and his invention: the mobile sculpture.

 

 

Melissa Calderón (El Museo del Barrio)

 

Through December 10, 2017

 

Self-taught in multimedia, Melissa Calderón’s exhibition explores landscapes and materials while commenting on social and political environments.

 

 

Mette Ingvartsen: 7 Pleasures (Skirball Center for the Performing Arts)

 

 

Through September 29 - 30

 

Watch a dozen performers reenact a ‘choreographed orgy’ challenging sexual stereotypes, self, and the public body. In a long sensual performance, bodies express pleasure, self-awareness, public-awareness, and lose borders.

 

 

Trigger: Gender as a Tool and a Weapon (New Museum of Contemporary Art)

 

 Through January 21

 

Trigger is an exploratory and representative expression of work for gender and sexuality. With over 40 artists working in a variety of mediums and genres to critique, build on, and explore common themes.




 

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