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Fall 2002 Art Calendar

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SEPTEMBER


Winnogrand 1964  

"Exposed: The Victorian Nude"
The Brooklyn Museum's new show on Victorian England features 150 works.
• Brooklyn Museum of Art
September 6 to January 5.

Doug Aitken
Video artist Doug Aitken explores how we filter the world around us.• 303 GallerySeptember 14 to October 26.

"Richard Avedon: Portraits"
The Met is bringing together 180 of Avedon's photographs.
• Metropolitan Museum of ArtSeptember 26 to January 5.

"Winogrand: 1964"
Photographs from a 1964 road trip taken to gauge the country's mood.
• International Center of Photography
September 13 to December 1.

"Jo Baer: The Minimalist Years, 1960–1975
The artist's all-white paintings bordered by colored bars, and other early efforts.
• Dia Center for the Arts
September 12 to June 15.

"Between Word and Image: Modern Iranian Visual Culture
Paintings, posters, photographs, and other works from the sixties and seventies.
• Grey Art Gallery
September 18 to December 7

"Bill Viola: Going Forth by Day"
Projection-based installation exploring the cycles of birth, death, and rebirth.
• Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
September 21 to January 12

"The Thaw Collection: Master Drawings and Oil Sketches, Acquisitions Since 1994"
Works by Carpaccio, Degas, Morandi, and others.
• Morgan Library
September 27 to January 12

"How New York City Transformed Sex in America"
The city's sex life, told through letters, photographs, films, and newspapers from 1825 to the present.
• Museum of Sex
September 23 to July 3

"Portrait of the Art World: A Century of ARTnews Photographs"
A centenary celebration of America's oldest art journal.
• New-York Historical Society
September 27 to January 5

"Ferus"
Works from L.A.'s legendary Ferus Gallery -- by Larry Bell, Ed Ruscha, Andy Warhol, and others.
• Gagosian Gallery
September 12 to October 19

"Gloria"
A survey of works by famous and lesser-known feminist artists of the seventies.
• White Columns
September 13 to October 20

OCTOBER

Gary Simmons
Gary Simmons's chalk "erasure" works are steeped in issues of race and class, yet he relishes ambiguity.
• Studio Museum in Harlem

October 9 to January 5

"Cameos and Appearances"
Lorna Simpson returns to the Whitney with a show of her new photography and latest film, 31.
• Whitney Museum of American Art

October 11 through January 26

"From the Kilns of Denmark: Contemporary Danish Ceramics"
More than 100 pieces dating from the second half of the twentieth century.
• American Craft Museum
October 1 to January 5

"Urban Neighbors: Images of New York City Wildlife"
Prints and photographs of city critters from the Library's collection.
• New York Public Library
October 11 to February 1.

"Adolph Gottlieb: A Survey Exhibition"
Paintings spanning the Abstract Expressionist's career from 1934 to 1973.
• Jewish Museum
October 11 to March 2.

"Dagobert Peche and the Wiener Werkstätte"
Furniture, jewelry, fabrics, and wallpaper by the Viennese designer.
• Neue Galerie
October 11 to February 10

"Drawing Now: Eight Propositions"
Small- and large-scale drawings by 26 artists from Asia, Europe, and the Americas.
• MoMA QNS
October 17 to January 6

"Kazari: Decoration and Display in Japan, 15th–19th Centuries"
Showcasing the aesthetics of the Muromachi, Momoyama, and Edo periods.
• Japan Society
October 17 to December 31

"Théodore Chassériau: The Unknown Romantic"
• Metropolitan Museum of Art
October 22 to January 5The first United States retrospective of this disciple of Ingres.

"American Legacy, a Gift to New York" Eighty-six postwar artworks given or promised to the Whitney by members of its board of trustees.
• Whitney Museum of American Art
October 24 to January 26

"New Hotels for Global Nomads"
The hotel as a design laboratory and fantasy experience.
• Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institution
October 29 to March 2

"Masterpieces of European Painting From the Toledo Museum of Art"
Works by Paul Cézanne, Gustave Courbet, Camille Pissarro, and others.
• Frick Collection
October 29 to January 5

Robert Ryman
The material-conscious minimalist's latest canvases.
• PaceWildenstein
October 11 to November 9.


Walton Ford  

Walton Ford
New watercolors in the artist's exacting nineteenth-century- naturalist style.
• Paul Kasmin Gallery
October 17 to November 16

"Single Channels"
Iconic single-channel videos by Vito Acconci, Joan Jonas, Bruce Nauman, and others.
• P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center
November 10 to TBA

NOVEMBER

"Blithe Spirit: The Windsor Set"
Café-society couture from the years immediately preceding World War II.
• Metropolitan Museum of Art
November 1 to February 9

"New York Eats Out"
New York's dining-out culture from the nineteenth century to the early sixties.
• New York Public Library
November 8 to March 1

"Einstein"
Scientific manuscripts, letters, and other documents from the Albert Einstein Archives.
• American Museum of Natural History
November 15 to August 30

"Le Corbusier Before Le Corbusier"
The architect's early artistic endeavors.
• Bard Graduate Center for Studies in the Decorative Arts, Design, and Culture
November 22 to February 23

"The Quilts of Gee's Bend"
Seventy quilts made between the twenties and the nineties by the women of a rural Alabama town.
• Whitney Museum of American Art
November 21 to March 2


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