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New York: Your June 2021 Art Guide

New York
Jun 9, 2021 • View in browser
Summer’s officially here, and with it, a bevy of must-see exhibitions and art events. Check out our top ten below.
Elections are also coming up, including the much-contested Mayoral primary on June 22. Staff writers Valentina Di Liscia and Hakim Bishara report on where some of the leading candidates stand on the arts.
In the galleries, Marisa Crawford ruminates on Erin M. Riley’s beguiling tapestries, which center the traumas and everyday experiences of women often swept aside. Don’t miss its final few days!
— Dessane Lopez Cassell, Editor, Reviews

Must-see Exhibitions and More
Your Concise New York Art Guide for June 2021
Art News Around Town
Where Do the NYC Mayoral Candidates Stand on the Arts?
Art-making Kits Inspired by the Met Museum Delivered Monthly to NYC’s Seniors
A Program Will Map POC-led NYC Arts Organizations to Encourage Equity
In the Galleries
With Astonishing Tapestries, Erin M. Riley Claims Space for Healing
The Journey Behind Liza Lou’s Behemoth Beaded Kitchen
A Plant Concert Blooms in an Abandoned Building
Cinque Gallery, Another Chapter of Black Art History
On Grieving and Mourning With Art
Ecological Art Infused by Memoir and Identity
Closing Soon
Installation view of "Maren Hassinger: We Are All Vessels" (photo by Adam Reich)
Installation view of "Maren Hassinger: We Are All Vessels" (photo by Adam Reich)
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