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Hasted Kraeutler Gallery to Exhibit New Paintings by Marc Dennis This Fall
Beginning November 8 and running through January 4, Hasted Kraeutler presents An Artist, a Curator and a Rabbi Walk Into a Bar, an exhibition of new paintings by Marc Dennis. (read the story...)

...From Hopper to O’Keeffe - Some Surprises
Two MoMA curators mix the well-known and the rarely displayed in a show of the museum’s holdings of American art from the first half of the 20th century (read the story...)

Nick Brandt: Across the Ravaged Land at Hasted Kraeutler Gallery Through Nov. 2
Across the Ravaged Land is the third and final volume in Nick Brandt’s trilogy documenting the disappearing natural world and animals of Africa (read the story...)

Going to the Dogs (and Cats!): The Humane Society Benefit Auction
On Thursday, June 13, 2013, the Marianne Boesky Gallery will host the Humane Society of New York's fourth Benefit Photography Auction (read the story...)

The Art of the Civil War: A Fresh Perspective
At the Metropolitan Museum of Art, there is a sense that this exhibit provides ‘some new understandings of the work...It’s very open-minded.’ (read the story...)

The Forbidden City's Private Paradise
Built as a retirement enclave for an Emperor, the Qianlong Garden has been closed since 1924. Now, a new show at the Met features murals, paintings, and thrones, among the 90 treasures from the compound. (read the story...)

Looking Back at Dickens
On the 200th anniversary of the author's birth, the Morgan Library and Museum shares its rich collection of original manuscripts, letters, illustrations, and memorabilia. (read the story...)

Eavesdropping on Schiaparelli and Prada: Impossible Conversations
At the Metropolitan Museum’s Costume Institute, the galleries are rife with simulated tête-à-têtes between these two fashion icons. (read the story...)

Planning for a Different American Dream
At MoMA, the innovative work of five architectural firms envisions five new models for housing in the post-foreclosure era. (read the story...)

Picasso in Black and White… and Shades of Grey
‘I think he was more interested in the line and the structure of his painting,’ says the Guggenheim exhibit curator — ‘much more than in the color.’ (read the story...)

Hasted Kraeutler Presents Paolo Ventura: The Infinite City, 5/2-6/22
From May 2 through June 22, 2013, Hasted Kraeutleris presenting The Infinite City, an exhibition by Paolo Ventura composed of sets of unique hand-painted photographs. (read the story...)

Erwin Olaf: Berlin at Hasted Kraeutler
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German Expressionism: Boldly Breaking With the Past at Neue Galerie New York
At the Neue Galerie, the work of a movement founded by four Dresden students and other artists who shook off traditional bonds. Through 4/22. (read the story...)

Hasted Kraeutler Gallery Presents Michael Benson: Planetfall, Jan. 14-Mar. 9
Michael Benson creates intensely detailed views of the solar system, by curating and composing images he finds by mining the vast archives of raw image data from robotic spaceflight. (read the story...)

Museums: Regarding Warhol
With 45 works by the Pop-art star and 100 by many others, this exhibit at the Met explores the new paths he opened for artists of the next half-century. (read the story...)

At Hasted Kraeutler, Fine Photography on the Gold Coast
The Chelsea gallery specializes in photography but also exhibits paintings, sculptures, and artworks of all media. (read the story...)

Hammer Galleries: Picasso on Park Avenue
Since moving to a stunning new Park Avenue space (between 57th and 58th Streets), the gallery has held several major exhibitions of Impressionist and Modern Masters. (read the story...)

Alexander McQueen: Breaking All the Fashion Rules
'That's what I'm here for,' said Alexander McQueen. 'To demolish the rules but to keep the tradition.' In this brilliant exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum's Costume Institute, the late designer's irreverent genius lives on. (read the story...)

How the Whitney Was Born
With her purchase of four paintings from the group known as "The Eight," heiress and sculptor Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney paved the way for the founding of the museum. A new show features works she acquired between 1908 and 1933. (read the story...)




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