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For the past week, we've been running around the streets of Chelsea, the Lower East Side, and Randall's Island, consuming every semblance of a brushstroke we could get a glimpse of. New York Art Week is one of the busiest weeks for anyone remotely involved in culture, and this year was no different. Between all the running around, we were able to stop and reflect upon some of the amazing artwork we saw. From some of the most famous living artists in the world to the brightest talents of tomorrow, we rounded up our favorite pieces from New York Art Week. Click through to see our pictures!
This week's NYC art scene can take you from the villages in Thailand to the streets of Paris, with all kinds of quirky-cool stops along the way. Indulge a love of foreign cultures with Tally Beck Contemporary's Golden Grain In Context: A Brief History of Thai Contemporary Art, explore feminine identity and sexuality with Debby Hymowitz's Sexual Evolution book launch and opening at Ramis Barquet Gallery, take in new paintings by Joshua Marsh at the Jeff Bailey Gallery, and more. Check out our round up of openings and shows that you need to see now.
This week, Flux Factory faces off with its own version of Iron Chef. Federico Solmi previews his animated video "Chinese Democracy and the Last Day on Earth." Anthony McCall and James White open at Sean Kelly Gallery. Beat Nite takes over Bushwick. And Dan Flavin and Donald Judd open at David Zwirner. All this and more, on this week's art round up. More»
This week features a flurry of festivities from the NYC Winter Jazzfest to openings at Sean Kelly, Envoy Enterprises, David Zwirner, and the Bowery Hotel Basement Annex. If those don't peak your interest, head to the Chelsea art district Thursday evening, and take your pick of the winter shows. All this and more, on this week's art round up.
Sunday, May 26
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.