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Carolina A. Miranda

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WNYC's Datebook to Arts Events Around Town, October 21

Thursday, October 21, 2010

WNYC

Art about art at the Met, late-night gallery night in Bushwick, towers of cardboard in DUMBO and homages to the working life in Queens. Here's WNYC's totally New York guide to what's happening now:

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WNYC's Datebook to Arts Events Around Town, Oct. 14

Thursday, October 14, 2010

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Architectural films in Tribeca, explosive paintings in Chelsea, the totally insane video mash-ups of Jay Rosenblatt at MoMA, and the ladies of pop at the Brooklyn Museum. Here's WNYC's guide to what's happening now:

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Datebook: Oct. 7, 2010

Thursday, October 07, 2010

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Newspapers as art at the New Museum, New York's alternative histories in Chelsea, and some incredibly dirty pictures from Jeff Koons. Here's WNYC's very saucy guide to what's happening now.

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How Abstract Expressionism Took Off in New York

Friday, October 01, 2010

WNYC Arts writer Carolina Miranda talks about the NYC era which gave birth to Abstract Expressionism.

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From the WNYC Archives: Peggy Guggenheim in the '60s

Friday, October 01, 2010

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In the winter of 1969, Peggy Guggenheim, 70, took leave of her beloved Italian villa to come to New York City to see her personal art collection displayed, for the first time, on th...

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Perfect City: A Reading List

Friday, October 01, 2010

WNYC
The literature on Abstract Expressionism and its New York environs is vast and deep — and incredibly heavy. (We have the multiple hernias to prove it.) If you’re interested in learn...

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Audio Download: Uptown with Peggy Guggenheim at Art of This Century

Friday, October 01, 2010

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There are galleries – and there are galleries. Peggy Guggenheim’s Art of This Century wasn’t your average display space. It had curving gumwood walls, turquoise floors, amoeboid furn...

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Audio Download: Downtown at The Cedar Tavern

Friday, October 01, 2010

WNYC
For the Abstract Expressionists – many of whom lived downtown and worked downtown – there was one place (and one place only) to go talk shop and raise hell. That place was the Cedar...

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A New York-Centric Timeline of the 1940s and '50s

Friday, October 01, 2010

WNYC

What was happening and when — here's WNYC's timeline of some of the most significant events in the 1940s and '50s.

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Perfect City: New York and the Art that Changed the World

Friday, October 01, 2010

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Perfect City is a two-part documentary which focuses on the physical spaces in New York that helped fuel the Abstract Expressionist movement — The Cedar Tavern and Peggy Guggenheim'...

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Datebook: Sept. 30, 2010

Thursday, September 30, 2010

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Intimate photos of a well-known artist's hang-out, 800-year-old Chinese treasures, paintings that blur the boundary between the historical and the contemporary, and art all along 14th street. Here's WNYC's guide to what's going down now:

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Datebook: Sept. 23, 2010

Thursday, September 23, 2010

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Moving galleries, ancient Roman mosaics, arts motivational speakers and the recently-discovered negatives of a renowned war photographer. There's lots to do in New York City (and a train ride away) in the coming week. Here's WNYC's guide to the artsy goodness going down now:

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At the Museums: Women, Represent!

Friday, September 17, 2010

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For years, some of New York's most prestigious art museums have gotten heat for not featuring enough female artists. A searing 2007 report by Jerry Saltz in New York Magazine revealed that women often made up less than 15 percent of a museum's permanent collection on display. Since then, there has been a move to make up for this imbalance. In fact, this week, a number of local arts institutions have female-heavy rosters.

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Datebook: Sept. 16, 2010

Thursday, September 16, 2010

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New York's Latino connection at El Museo del Barrio, the anatomy of kitchens at the Museum of Modern Art, circles deconstructed at David Zwirner, and a golden anniversary at The Pace Gallery. The arts season is rocking and rolling. Here's our guide to what's going on now.

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At the Art Openings: Decadence, Decay and Dogs

Monday, September 13, 2010

WNYC

The arts season got off to a rip-roaring start this past week as the city's roughly 600 galleries opened their doors to a stampede of eager viewers. It was cheek-to-jowl in many galleries, especially on Friday at Gagosian, where it was stiletto-to-stiletto for Dan Colen's sprawling show of tipped-over-motorcycles and bubble-gum paintings.

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Datebook: Sept. 9, 2010

Thursday, September 09, 2010

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Feminist painting at the Jewish Museum, J-pop at the Asia Society and a bajillion gallery shows in Chelsea. The arts season is officially in full swing. Here's your guide to what's happening now.

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Datebook: Sep. 2, 2010

Thursday, September 02, 2010

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Road trip pictures at the Whitney, propaganda at MoMA, and a monochrome wall of commissioned graffiti in downtown Manhattan. This week's Datebook is a guide to Labor Day weekend artsiness.

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End of Summer (Short) Movie Madness

Friday, August 27, 2010

WNYC

For almost four years, Chris Henderson, and the folks at Moviehouse, have been staging interactive video events around New York City—giving little-seen and emerging artists a platform to display their work. In addition to hosting regular viewing parties at the artsy Brooklyn center of 3rd Ward, Henderson also helps organize screenings at parks, handball courts and other public venues. In fact, this coming Monday at 8 p.m., he and Moviehouse will be at Sternberg Park in Williamsburg, screening a crowdsourced film put together by choreographer Zena Bibler. The movie pays tribute to movement and dance.

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Datebook: Aug. 26, 2010

Thursday, August 26, 2010

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An Academy Award-nominated Peruvian film, exhibits about threads, and an outsider artist's private stash. It may be the end of summer, but there's plenty happening in New York City in the next week. Here is a guide:

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