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The New Museum is the only museum in New York City exclusively devoted to contemporary art. Found­ed in 1977, the New Museum is a center for exhibitions, information, and documentation about living art­ists from around the world. From its beginnings as a one-room office on Hudson Street to the inauguration of its first freestanding building on the Bowery designed by SANAA in 2007, the New Museum continues to be a place of experimentation and a hub of new art and new ideas.

03/12/2020

In response to heightened concerns relating to the spread of COVID-19 and to ensure the health and safety of the Museum’s staff and public, the New Museum will temporarily close its galleries and offices at 9:00 p.m. this evening, Thursday, March 12, 2020. We join many cultural institutions across the city and country who are also closing to help limit the further spread of the Coronavirus, and moving to remote work wherever possible.

We will continue to monitor the situation and re-evaluate in two weeks, based on additional information and recommendations from public officials.

Please check https://www.newmuseum.org/visit and our social media channels for updates. We look forward to welcoming our staff and visitors back to the Museum soon.

Jordan Casteel's "Amina" (2017) glows with fluorescent light, which illuminates a window display of posters advertising ...
03/11/2020

Jordan Casteel's "Amina" (2017) glows with fluorescent light, which illuminates a window display of posters advertising women’s hair styles. Although "Amina" does not feature any actual people, it exemplifies Casteel’s interest in small businesses as places where personal rituals are performed outside the home, in public space. On view as part of "Jordan Casteel: Within Reach:" http://bit.ly/CasteelNM
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Jordan Casteel, "Amina," 2017. Oil on canvas. Rennie Collection, Vancouver. Courtesy the artist and Casey Kaplan Gallery, New York

On view this past week at SPRING/BREAK Art Show, Golnar Adili and Zac Hacmon's "Memory Palace" collects four works by th...
03/10/2020

On view this past week at SPRING/BREAK Art Show, Golnar Adili and Zac Hacmon's "Memory Palace" collects four works by the artists that imbue familiar objects with new information, filled with memory and history.
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Friday, from 3 to 7 p.m., join Adili for her New Museum program, "Containers for Hardship." Similarly exploring the interaction of objects and memory, the program will invite participants to bring printed matter and other sentimental belongings to contribute to the process, which will juxtapose and distort image, text, and space in new ways: http://bit.ly/AdiliAP

Jordan Casteel first met the subject of her 2015 painting "James" selling CDs near the restaurant Sylvia’s on Malcolm X ...
03/09/2020

Jordan Casteel first met the subject of her 2015 painting "James" selling CDs near the restaurant Sylvia’s on Malcolm X Boulevard and asked to photograph and then paint him—the first of her works to employ this strategy.
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Connecting to a history of depicting everyday Harlem that includes the work of Dawoud Bey, Gordon Parks, and James Van Der Zee, "James" represents its subject with care and intention, achieved by virtue of the artist having inserted herself into his social life. On view as part of "Jordan Casteel: Within Reach:" http://bit.ly/CasteelNM
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Jordan Casteel, "James," 2015 (detail). Photo: Dario Lasagni

In celebration of International Womens Day, we're highlighting the work of Ana Mendieta, and its resonance with artist C...
03/08/2020

In celebration of International Womens Day, we're highlighting the work of Ana Mendieta, and its resonance with artist Carmen Argote's explorations of identity, the body, and site: http://bit.ly/MendietaATLAS
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Mendieta's 1987 New Museum retrospective traced her career through photographic documentation of site-specific performances and works that drew on her immigrant experience and an interest in pre-colonial spiritual practices. Concerns of notions of self, belonging, and home reverberate in Argote's practice, which like Mendieta's, employs the use of natural material.
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Linda Goode-Bryant and Ana Mendieta speak at "Art and Politics II: Integrity and Esthetics," 1982. Photo: Lisa Kahane

Amid the infamous characters and events depicted in his paintings of the 1970s and 80s, Peter Saul created a number of s...
03/07/2020

Amid the infamous characters and events depicted in his paintings of the 1970s and 80s, Peter Saul created a number of self-portraits in which he appears as a hapless, deranged chronicler of a horrific present. A salon-style presentation of Saul's work from this era is on view in our Fourth Floor Gallery, part of "Peter Saul: Crime and Punishment:" http://bit.ly/PeterSaul
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Peter Saul, "Self," 1987. Photo: Dario Lasagni

Resting on a kind of quiet empathy, Jordan Casteel's painting "Jiréh" captures the vulnerability intrinsic to being look...
03/05/2020

Resting on a kind of quiet empathy, Jordan Casteel's painting "Jiréh" captures the vulnerability intrinsic to being looked at. As a male nude painted by a black woman, "Jiréh" also implicitly prods at outmoded art historical conventions. On view through May 24 as part of "Jordan Casteel: Within Reach:" http://bit.ly/CasteelNM
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Jordan Casteel, "Jiréh," 2013 (detail). Oil on canvas. Collection Jody Robbins. Courtesy the artist and @caseykaplangallery, New York

Come find us this weekend at Independent Art Fair, where we're debuting a new limited editions by Camille Henrot. We'll ...
03/04/2020

Come find us this weekend at Independent Art Fair, where we're debuting a new limited editions by Camille Henrot. We'll also have limited editions by Frank Benson and Elizabeth Peyton on view: http://bit.ly/2UlNonJ
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Camille Henrot "Family Life," (2020). Photo: Jesse Untracht-Oakner

Kenneth Tam’s videos and sculptures locate vulnerabilities within normative conceptions of masculinity. Sunday at 3 p.m....
03/04/2020

Kenneth Tam’s videos and sculptures locate vulnerabilities within normative conceptions of masculinity. Sunday at 3 p.m., join us for a screening of three video works by Tam that reimagine the spaces and rituals that give rise to ideas about the male body and its performance: http://bit.ly/TamScreening
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This program is part of the New Museum's Upstream series, which features programs that offer novel ideas and unusual provocations.
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Kenneth Tam, "All of M," 2019 (still). Single-channel HD video, sound, color; 12 min. Courtesy the artist.

This month's First Saturdays for Families program takes inspiration from Jordan Casteel's portraits of her friends and c...
03/02/2020

This month's First Saturdays for Families program takes inspiration from Jordan Casteel's portraits of her friends and community members.
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Families are invited to explore Casteel's exhibition "Within Reach" and consider how the settings, vibrant colors, and objects express different moods and meanings before heading to our Sky Room to create their own portraits. Saturday from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.: http://bit.ly/FamiliarPortraits
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Jordan Casteel, "Joe and Mozel (Pompette Wines)," 2017. Oil on canvas. Private collection. Courtesy the artist and Casey Kaplan, New York

While living in Europe from 1956 to 1964, Peter Saul forged a personal style in opposition to the prevailing fashion of ...
03/01/2020

While living in Europe from 1956 to 1964, Peter Saul forged a personal style in opposition to the prevailing fashion of Abstract Expressionism. His work from this period reflects an interest in lurid stories from the pulp novels, comic books, and popular press of his youth. On view as part of "Peter Saul: Crime and Punishment" through May 31: http://bit.ly/PeterSaul
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Peter Saul, "Crime Doesn't Pay," (1963). Oil on canvas. Collection KAWS. Photo: Farzad Owrang

In a time of increased public surveillance through facial-recognition software and biometric data mining, Kate Cooper's ...
02/29/2020

In a time of increased public surveillance through facial-recognition software and biometric data mining, Kate Cooper's video works invite the viewer to investigate and perhaps find freedom in the technologies often used to constrain us.
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"Screens Series: Kate Cooper" is on view on our Lower Level through April 5: http://bit.ly/CooperSS
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Kate Cooper, "Symptom Machine," 2017. Video, sound, color; 10:11 min. Courtesy the artist

Part of her 2015 series "Brothers," Jordan Casteel's painting "Miles and Jojo" depicts her own brother and nephew snug w...
02/27/2020

Part of her 2015 series "Brothers," Jordan Casteel's painting "Miles and Jojo" depicts her own brother and nephew snug with their personal belongings. Imbuing their likenesses with palpable intimacy, Casteel forces viewers to see the male figures in her life as she does: vulnerable and with complex inner lives. On view as part of "Jordan Casteel: Within Reach:" http://bit.ly/CasteelNM
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Jordan Casteel, "Miles and Jojo," 2015. Oil on canvas. The Lumpkin-Boccuzzi Family Collection. Courtesy the artist and Casey Kaplan, New York

"The Bowery and the New Museum have a lot in common. Both have a history of being very accepting, open, embracing of eve...
02/26/2020

"The Bowery and the New Museum have a lot in common. Both have a history of being very accepting, open, embracing of every idiosyncrasy in an unprejudiced manner."—architects Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa.
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Upon returning to California in the mid-1960s, Peter Saul turned his attention to the roiling counterculture of the Bay ...
02/25/2020

Upon returning to California in the mid-1960s, Peter Saul turned his attention to the roiling counterculture of the Bay Area. With "View of San Francisco Number 2" (1986), Saul renders the city's skyline in his exuberant, brightly colored style. On view as part of "Peter Saul: Crime and Punishment: "http://bit.ly/PeterSaul
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Peter Saul, "View of San Francisco Number 2," 1986. Oil and acrylic on canvas. Metropolitan Museum of Art, Arthur Hoppock Hearn Fund, 1988 (1988.312). © Metropolitan Museum of Art. Courtesy Art Resource, NY

In her large-scale oil paintings, Jordan Casteel has developed a distinctive figurative language permeated by the presen...
02/24/2020

In her large-scale oil paintings, Jordan Casteel has developed a distinctive figurative language permeated by the presence of her subjects. Saturday at 3 p.m., join Casteel for a conversation with Massimiliano Gioni, Edlis Neeson Artistic Director of the New Museum: http://bit.ly/CasteelTalk
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Jordan Casteel, "Shirley (Spa Boutique2Go)," 2018. Oil on canvas. The Alfond Collection of Contemporary Art, Cornell Fine Arts Museum, Rollins College. Courtesy the artist and Casey Kaplan, New York

Daiga Grantina’s sculptures draw from the lyricism of poet Rainer Maria Rilke and his profound interest in the rose, whi...
02/23/2020

Daiga Grantina’s sculptures draw from the lyricism of poet Rainer Maria Rilke and his profound interest in the rose, which he viewed as an emblem of promise, possibility, and the power of art to give life deeper meaning.
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On his gravestone, Rilke’s self-composed epitaph reads, “Rose, oh pure contradiction, desire / to be no one’s sleep under so many / lids.” The central forms in Grantina’s installation resemble both rose petals and eyelids, evoking Rilke’s manifold interpretations of the flower. On view in our Lobby Gallery through May 17: http://bit.ly/Grantina
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Photo: Toan Vu-Huu

Jordan Casteel's painting "Benyam" (2018)—which takes its name from a popular Ethiopian restaurant in Harlem—conveys a s...
02/22/2020

Jordan Casteel's painting "Benyam" (2018)—which takes its name from a popular Ethiopian restaurant in Harlem—conveys a striking nobility, presenting one of the restaurant’s owners in a matriarchal position of relaxed command. On view now as part of "Jordan Casteel: Within Reach:" http://bit.ly/CasteelNM
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Jordan Casteel, "Benyam," 2018. Oil on canvas. The Komal Shah & Gaurav Garg Collection. Courtesy the artist and Casey Kaplan, New York

💐 A big thanks to everyone who came out to celebrate the opening of "Peter Saul: Crime and Punishment" and "Jordan Caste...
02/20/2020

💐 A big thanks to everyone who came out to celebrate the opening of "Peter Saul: Crime and Punishment" and "Jordan Casteel: Within Reach." Both shows on view now at the New Museum: http://bit.ly/2HKAJWD
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Photos: Scott Rudd

OPENING TODAY: "Jordan Casteel: Within Reach" presents nearly forty works spanning the artist's career.In her large-scal...
02/19/2020

OPENING TODAY: "Jordan Casteel: Within Reach" presents nearly forty works spanning the artist's career.

In her large-scale oil paintings, Casteel has developed a distinctive figurative language permeated by the presence of her subjects, who are typically captured in larger-than-life depictions that teem with domestic details and psychological insights.
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Saturday, February 29, hear from the artist as she discusses her work with Massimiliano Gioni, Edlis Neeson Artistic Director of the New Museum: http://bit.ly/CasteelTalk
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Jordan Casteel, "Charles," 2016 (detail). Oil on canvas. Courtesy of the artist and Casey Kaplan , New York

In 1960, Peter Saul began pursuing an interest in the formal possibilities of American consumer products with his "Ice B...
02/16/2020

In 1960, Peter Saul began pursuing an interest in the formal possibilities of American consumer products with his "Ice Box" paintings.
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In "Ice Box Number 1" (1960), the refrigerator is practically bursting with assorted objects. But a closer look reveals more troubling imagery—hammers, a disembodied hand holding a gun—which Saul borrowed from comic books and bathroom graffiti, mining the fascination with sex and violence at the heart of American culture. On view now as part of "Peter Saul: Crime and Punishment": http://bit.ly/PeterSaul
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Peter Saul, "Ice Box Number 1," 1960. Oil on canvas. Courtesy the artist

To create her sculptural installation "What Eats Around Itself," Daiga Grantina devised material processes inspired from...
02/15/2020

To create her sculptural installation "What Eats Around Itself," Daiga Grantina devised material processes inspired from the adaptive qualities of lichen, such as coexistence and self-replication. On view now in our Lobby Gallery: http://bit.ly/Grantina
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Photo: Toan Vu-Huu

When the New Museum broke ground on 235 Bowery, we became the first art museum constructed from the ground up below 14th...
02/14/2020

When the New Museum broke ground on 235 Bowery, we became the first art museum constructed from the ground up below 14th Street in Manhattan. Fifteen years later and we're still breaking ground.
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In her large-scale oil paintings, Jordan Casteel draws upon ongoing conversations on portraiture that encompass race, ge...
02/13/2020

In her large-scale oil paintings, Jordan Casteel draws upon ongoing conversations on portraiture that encompass race, gender, and subjectivity. See "Within Reach," a presentation of nearly forty works spanning Casteel's career, opening February 19: http://bit.ly/CasteelNM

Jordan Casteel, "Noelle," 2019. Oil on canvas. Rennie Collection, Vancouver. Courtesy the artist and Casey Kaplan, New York

Beginning in the early 1960s, artist Peter Saul began to borrow imagery from a range of pop-cultural sources into his ex...
02/12/2020

Beginning in the early 1960s, artist Peter Saul began to borrow imagery from a range of pop-cultural sources into his exuberant, brightly colored paintings, adopting a style that has proven to be far ahead of its time.
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From these early works to present day, Saul's New Museum survey "Crime and Punishment," traces the artist's Surrealist impressions of current events and figures across approximately sixty paintings. On view now: http://bit.ly/PeterSaul
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Peter Saul, "Superman and Superdog in Jail," 1963. Oil on canvas, 75 x 63 in (190.5 x 160 cm). Collection KAWS. Photo: Farzad Owrang

NOW ON VIEW: "Peter Saul: Crime and Punishment" brings together approximately sixty paintings from across the iconoclast...
02/11/2020

NOW ON VIEW: "Peter Saul: Crime and Punishment" brings together approximately sixty paintings from across the iconoclastic painter's career: http://bit.ly/PeterSaul
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Working independently from concurrent movements like Pop art, Saul crafted his own unique blend of Surrealism, history painting, vernacular illustration, and the real-life shock and horror of current events. With its embrace of vernacular culture, Saul’s work stands as a key link between young figurative painters and older groups of artists like the Hairy Who in Chicago and the Bay Area Funk artists, who similarly operated outside the dominant critical modes of their time.
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Peter Saul, "Ronald Reagan in Grenada," 1984 (detail). Acrylic on canvas. Hall Collection. Courtesy Hall Art Foundation. Photo: Jeffrey Nintzel

Created from cast silicone, paint, latex, fabric, and felt, the amorphous sculptures of Daiga Grantina's "What Eats Arou...
02/09/2020

Created from cast silicone, paint, latex, fabric, and felt, the amorphous sculptures of Daiga Grantina's "What Eats Around Itself" mimic the growth of lichen, appearing to undergo construction and decomposition at once, much as lichen reproduces and consumes its own biological matter. On view in our Lobby Gallery through May 17: http://bit.ly/Grantina
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Photo: Toan Vu-Huu

Opening February 19: "Jordan Casteel: Within Reach" brings together nearly forty paintings spanning the artist's career ...
02/08/2020

Opening February 19: "Jordan Casteel: Within Reach" brings together nearly forty paintings spanning the artist's career in her first New York City solo museum exhibition.
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Portraying people from communities in which she lives and works, Casteel insists upon the ordinary, offering scenes with both the informality of a snapshot and the frontality of an official portrait: http://bit.ly/CasteelNM
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Jordan Casteel, "Fallou," 2018. Oil on canvas, The Dean Collection. Courtesy the artist and Casey Kaplan Gallery, New York

Daiga Grantina creates large-scale sculptural assemblages that emulate the natural world, often resembling terrariums an...
02/07/2020

Daiga Grantina creates large-scale sculptural assemblages that emulate the natural world, often resembling terrariums and vegetation. See "What Eats Around Itself," the artist's site-specific sculptural installation, on view now in our Lobby Gallery: http://bit.ly/Grantina
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Photo: Toan Vu-Huu

Did you know that a hidden set of stairs connects our Third and Fourth Floor galleries?  ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀This stairwell spac...
02/06/2020

Did you know that a hidden set of stairs connects our Third and Fourth Floor galleries?
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This stairwell space houses select site-specific installations as well as a landing that looks out on the Bowery, offering a momentary break from the art-viewing experience. Learn more about the architectural inspiration behind our iconic, SANAA-design building here: http://bit.ly/2Q2FG0J

Recovery efforts continue at the Museum of Chinese in America in the wake of the fire that devastated their archives las...
02/05/2020

Recovery efforts continue at the Museum of Chinese in America in the wake of the fire that devastated their archives last month.
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While the first steps toward recovering the 85,000 nationally-significant artifacts in their collections are underway, restoration remains a difficult and costly process. Please consider helping our neighbors and colleagues at MOCA by donating to their GoFundMe: http://bit.ly/2RSgmNp

All donations will be matched by Comrise. Link includes volunteer info for those looking to get involved.
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Photo: Edward Cheng
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The New Museum is the only museum in New York City exclusively devoted to contemporary art. Found­ed in 1977, the New Museum is a center for exhibitions, information, and documentation about living art­ists from around the world. From its beginnings as a one-room office on Hudson Street to the inauguration of its first freestanding building on the Bowery designed by SANAA in 2007, the New Museum continues to be a place of experimentation.

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