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Allen Ruppersberg “25 Ways to Start Over” at Greene Naftali, New York

Allen Ruppersberg “25 Ways to Start Over” at Greene Naftali, New York

“Be aware time runs out” reads a line from a recent work by Allen Ruppersberg, as if to underscore his longstanding fascination with the shelf life of cultural memory. The artist has spent fifty years delighting in and recasting the ephemera of post-war consumption, and his fourth solo show at Greene Naftali features a new …

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The New York Antiquarian Book Fair Returns With Its Eclectic Clamor

The New York Antiquarian Book Fair Returns With Its Eclectic Clamor

The New York Antiquarian Book Fair is back at the Park Avenue Armory for its 64th edition, bringing with it hundreds of dealers from around the world boasting rare books, maps, illuminated manuscripts, and objects wonderful and strange. Open through Sunday, April 7, the show is a bibliophile’s paradise — and by far the most …

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Sarah Ball is "Tilted" in New York

Sarah Ball is "Tilted" in New York

Stephen Friedman Gallery presents the first solo exhibition by British artist Sarah Ball in New York. The show comprises a new body of paintings exploring notions of dandyism in the 21st century. This presentation precedes a major solo exhibition at Longlati Foundation, Shanghai in 2025. Portraying individuals who embrace self-expression and challenge conventions of gender, Ball spotlights facial …

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“Cauleen Smith: The Wanda Coleman Songbook” at 52 Walker, New York

“Cauleen Smith: The Wanda Coleman Songbook” at 52 Walker, New York

The Wanda Coleman Songbook is an immersive video installation that enlists scent, sight, and sound to explore the multidimensional depth of poems by Wanda Coleman (1946–2013). Coleman was widely considered the unofficial poet laureate of Los Angeles, and her work guided Smith’s reacquaintance with the city after a sixteen-year absence. At the heart of The …

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Color Images from The 1950s and 1960s that Were Discovered in A Trashcan Depict New York City in Kodachrome

Color Images from The 1950s and 1960s that Were Discovered in A Trashcan Depict New York City in Kodachrome

Times Square, 1958, found Kodachrome transparency, photographer unknown. Jan Wein discovered certain pictures one day. “In case you are unaware of the background, I used to live in Manhattan during Ed Koch’s mayoralty in the 1980s. However, I later moved to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and I’m still there.During that period, trash day offered a lot of …

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