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More shows to see in their final days.
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She’ll Probably Cut Up This Magazine Too
How Wangechi Mutu snipped and clipped her way from Nairobi to the walls of the Brooklyn Museum.
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Another day, another fall from grace for a public figure with a checkered past. How to watch your back—and your cell phone, your e-mail, your husband ...
Ivanka Trump, Bebe Neuwirth, and Amy Sacco were at the Cinema Society's Gentlemen Prefer Blondes screening. To see what they told New York, roll your cursor over the pictures.
Adriana Lima, Beyoncé Knowles, and Jamie Foxx were all at the Dreamgirls premiere this week. To find out why Foxx had to mind his p's and q's, roll your cursor over the pictures.
Go Hard, or Stay Home
Cablessness, tourists, and drunkards conspire against you on New Year’s Eve. To make it work, be decisive: Head for the eye of the storm, or take shelter at home.
Cartoony imagery gets at serious themes in these shows by Japanese artists—one a contemporary star, the other relatively new to the New York scene.
The artist himself (or, in one case, borrowing a friend) becomes the material.
Two shows reexamine critical moments in African-American history.
The Annotated Artwork: ‘The Donner Party’
Where Mormons meet feminists over a scary, scary meal.
A pair of old-world cultural embassies show work from back home.
Duchamp turns in on himself, as two artists create their own “ready-made” art.
Out of Many, One
Summer means group shows, and these are the week’s standouts.
A Perfect Day for Bananafish
Who says artists are inspired purely by the visual? These shows all draw on heavy-duty literature.
Video Made the Gallery Stars
Postmasters’ campy new group show, “Not Your Parents’ MTV: Music Videos from Hell,” opening June 28, pokes fun at a pop-culture obsession.
Two artists, one German, one American, reimagine historical motifs from home.
New twists on an old genre: Artists give portraiture a second look.
August heats up the galleries.