Monthly archives of “June 2016

Bruce Conner: It’s All True at The Museum of Modern Art, July 3 – October 2, 2016

BRUCE CONNER  —  I AM AN ARTIST, AN ANTI-ARTIST, A ROMANTIC, A REALIST, A POSTMODERNIST, A BEATNIK, SUBTLE, CONFRONTATIONAL, ACCESSIBLE, OBSCURE, SPIRITUAL, PROFANE.  — IT’S ALL TRUE. “Bruce Conner (1933–2008) was one of the foremost American artists of the 20th century, whose transformative work defies straightforward categorization. An… Read More

City of the Soul: Rome and the Romantics at The Morgan Library & Museum, through September 11, 2016

“City of the Soul: Rome and the Romantics explores the broad sweep of artistic responses to this extraordinary period in Rome’s history. Featuring a variety of media—including drawings, prints, books, manuscripts, letters and photographs—the show demonstrates the continuing hold magnificent ruins and scenic vistas had on artists, even as… Read More

Echoes: City, Society, Conflict & Self in Hungarian Photography at Alma Gallery, June 24 – July 30, 2016

Echoes: City, Society, Conflict & Self in Hungarian Photography, is the second of two linked exhibitions that celebrate Hungarian photography from László Moholy-Nagy to today. The exhibition is part of Modernity X Hungary—A Festival of Hungarian Modernism in New York, a series of exhibitions, concerts, and performances taking place through… Read More

Embracing the Contemporary: The Keith L. and Katherine Sachs Collection at Philadelphia Museum of Art, June 28 – September 5, 2016

Embracing the Contemporary: The Keith L. and Katherine Sachs Collection presents one of this country’s finest collections of contemporary art, which includes outstanding works by some of the most influential European and American artists of the past half century, including Jasper Johns, Howard Hodgkin, Ellsworth… Read More

Public, Private, Secret at the New International Center of Photography (ICP), June 23, 2016 – January 2017

Photographs by Corrado Serra. “ICP’s mission has always been to examine how images impact and influence social change, which is particularly critical now that mobile devices and social networks have made us all image-makers,” says Mark Lubell, ICP’s Executive Director. “Images are now produced and exchanged by… Read More

Divine Pleasures: Painting from India’s Rajput Courts – The Kronos Collections at The Met Fifth Avenue, June 14 – September 12, 2016

“The Kronos Collections include a selection of paintings from northern India, mainly the royal courts of Rajasthan and the Punjab Hills. From the sixteenth to the mid-nineteenth century, kingdoms and principalities within these regions developed rich traditions of art and architecture under the patronage of the ruling Rajput elites.… Read More