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New York: Your Concise NY Art Guide for January

Can we still say happy new year? Either way, 2021 has sure started off with a bang (or a raging, insu
Jan 13, 2021 • View in browser
Can we still say happy new year? Either way, 2021 has sure started off with a bang (or a raging, insurrectionist thud). Luckily, we’ve rounded up plenty of exhibitions and films worth checking out to soothe the spirits and offer some ample distraction from the news cycle.
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Your NYC Art Guide for January
Emily Mason, “Untitled (‘Vermont’)” (© Artist Rights Society, image courtesy the Emily Mason and Alice Trumbull Mason Foundation and Miles McEnery Gallery)
Emily Mason, “Untitled (‘Vermont’)” (© Artist Rights Society, image courtesy the Emily Mason and Alice Trumbull Mason Foundation and Miles McEnery Gallery)
New year, new energy, right? Regardless of how many resolutions you’ve managed to stick to, finding more ways to immerse yourself in art is always a worthy goal.
This month, we’re highlighting several more exhibitions in NYC, many of which are available online or by appointment.
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An Expansive View of Asian Identity at the Asia Society Triennial
With a Room of Her Own, Emily Mason’s Ethereal Abstractions Bloomed
A Tribute to the Filmmaker Sam Pollard
A Chronicler of Black Life, From Civil Rights to Post-Katrina New Orleans
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Danny Lyon’s Visions of a New York That No Longer Exists
The Swirling, Sensual Dystopias of TARWUK
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