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AN ARTIST REMEMBERS: HANUKKAH LAMPS SELECTED BY MAURICE SENDAK | Opens at The Jewish Museum on December 2

AN ARTIST REMEMBERS: HANUKKAH LAMPS SELECTED BY MAURICE SENDAK | Opens at The Jewish Museum on December 2

New York, NY – The Jewish Museum will present An Artist Remembers: Hanukkah Lamps Selected by Maurice Sendak from December 2, 2011 through January 29, 2012.

Window Pane View of Risk to Glory

Window Pane View of Risk to Glory

Haitian American Artist Guy Stanley Philoche started painting at a very young age. A class trip to the Moma (Museum of Modern Art) as a young boy sparked his inspiration to become an artist.

Smithsonian’s Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum to Present“ Design with the Other 90%: Cities” at the United Nations, through Jan 9, 2012

Smithsonian’s Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum to Present“ Design with the Other 90%: Cities” at the United Nations, through Jan 9, 2012

“Design with the Other 90%: Cities,” the second in a series of themed exhibitions by
Cooper-Hewitt that demonstrate how design can address the world’s most critical issues, opens
Oct. 15 at the United Nations and runs through Jan. 9, 2012. Organized by Cynthia E. Smith, the
museum’s curator of socially responsible design, the exhibition will feature more than 60 projects from 23 countries around the globe. Admission to the exhibition will be free of charge.

The Color of Light” Solo Exhibition, Lora Schlesinger Gallery | Miya Ando | Susan Metzger | Los Angeles, Dec. 10, 2012

The Color of Light” Solo Exhibition, Lora Schlesinger Gallery | Miya Ando | Susan Metzger | Los Angeles, Dec. 10, 2012

Lora Schlesinger Gallery presents The Color of Light, a new series of elegant and ethereal metal works by New York artist Miya Ando. This will be the artist’s second solo exhibition with the gallery. The show opens December 10, 2011 and is on view through January 14, 2012.

CYBERCULTURE > Mobile App > CultureNOW

CYBERCULTURE > Mobile App > CultureNOW

The CultureNOW app transforms New York City into one big apple museum. This application is great for tourists, commuters, pedestrians and bikers.

The View from a Volcano

The View from a Volcano

Through August 27th, New York City art space The Kitchen is hosting a two-month retrospective of its auspicious first fifteen years as a bastion for the downtown art scene of the seventies and eighties. Now located in Chelsea, The Kitchen stood in Soho for its first fifteen years, where it supported the wild, defiant expressionism of a very pre-Giuliani metropolis.

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