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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.

A new season of our Experimental Study Program is coming up! This free, semester-long program offers fifteen participant...
02/04/2020

A new season of our Experimental Study Program is coming up! This free, semester-long program offers fifteen participants ages fifteen to nineteen the chance to learn about contemporary art, engage directly with New Museum artists, and participate in intimate, critical discussions about culture. Applications due February 9: http://bit.ly/2lpyCQK

Coming soon to the New Museum: "Peter Saul: Crime and Punishment," a survey of one of America’s boldest and most iconocl...
02/03/2020

Coming soon to the New Museum: "Peter Saul: Crime and Punishment," a survey of one of America’s boldest and most iconoclastic painters.
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With a caustic sense of humor, Saul has continuously skewered America’s leaders, rendering their stretched, distorted bodies in Day-Glo colors. Long pushed to the margins of the art world, Saul's work now proves to be a perfect expression of our horrific present: http://bit.ly/PeterSaul
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Peter Saul, "Washington Crossing the Delaware," 1975. Oil on canvas, 89 x 150 1/2 in (226.1 x 382.3 cm). Collection KAWS. Photo: Farzad Owrang

🌿 Don’t miss the second and final weekend of NEW INC and Ruinart Champagnes’s "Forever First" Mixed Reality Pop-Up, a sp...
01/31/2020

🌿 Don’t miss the second and final weekend of NEW INC and Ruinart Champagnes’s "Forever First" Mixed Reality Pop-Up, a space where visitors can experience the power and fragility of nature.
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Tomorrow and Sunday from noon to 6 p.m., experience two mixed-reality projects by NEW INC alums Milica Zec and Winslow Porter, and member Reese Donohue in collaboration with artist Sarah Meyohas. Space is limited, and tickets are first-come, first-served, so get here early! http://bit.ly/FFMRPopUp
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Milica Zec and Winslow Porter, "Tree," 2019 (still).

The videos of Kate Cooper's new Screens Series presentation deploy computer-generated imagery to explore how new visual ...
01/30/2020

The videos of Kate Cooper's new Screens Series presentation deploy computer-generated imagery to explore how new visual languages complicate divisions between physical and virtual selves. Now on view on our Lower Level through April 5: http://bit.ly/CooperSS
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Kate Cooper, "Symptom Machine," 2017 (still). Video, sound, color; 10:11 min. Courtesy the artist

Announcing "Lynn Hershman Leeson: Twisted," the groundbreaking artist and filmmaker's first solo museum exhibition in Ne...
01/29/2020

Announcing "Lynn Hershman Leeson: Twisted," the groundbreaking artist and filmmaker's first solo museum exhibition in New York. The exhibition will bring together a selection of Hershman Leeson’s work in drawing, sculpture, video, and photography, along with interactive and net-based works, focusing on themes of transmutation, identity construction, and the evolution of the cyborg. Opening June 16 at the New Museum: http://bit.ly/LHLeeson
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Lynn Hershman Leeson, "Seduction of a Cyborg," 1994 (still). Video, sound, color; 5:52 min. Courtesy the artist; Anglim Gilbert Gallery, San Francisco; and Bridget Donahue, New York

Well, we're not on Tinder (yet) 👀  ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀#DollyPartonChallenge
01/28/2020

Well, we're not on Tinder (yet) 👀
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#DollyPartonChallenge

"The height of EDM’s popularity was carnivalesque in the extreme, and the EDM moment was characterized by unbridled big ...
01/27/2020
Paradise: on EDM, Speculation, and Finance

"The height of EDM’s popularity was carnivalesque in the extreme, and the EDM moment was characterized by unbridled big business."
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Rhizome's latest investigates the affinity between electronic dance music and the world of finance: http://bit.ly/37ra3pc

Alexander Iadarola explores EDM and financial capitalism's entanglement after the crash.

‼️ CLOSING TODAY ‼️"Hans Haacke: All Connected" brings together works from across the pioneering Conceptualist's sixty-y...
01/26/2020

‼️ CLOSING TODAY ‼️"Hans Haacke: All Connected" brings together works from across the pioneering Conceptualist's sixty-year career. See Haacke’s rarely seen kinetic sculptures, visitor polls, and the the US premiere of his 2014 sculpture, "Gift Horse" during the landmark exhibition's final day at the New Museum: http://bit.ly/HaackeNM
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“Hans Haacke: All Connected,” 2019. Exhibition view: New Museum, New York. © Hans Haacke / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Photo: Dario Lasagni

Works like "Ice Stick" (1966) and "Schwimmender Eisring" (1970), which shrink and grow according to the ambient humidity...
01/25/2020

Works like "Ice Stick" (1966) and "Schwimmender Eisring" (1970), which shrink and grow according to the ambient humidity of their surroundings, illustrate Hans Haacke's interest in the interactions between and within physical systems. His early sculptures made use of forces like wind, water, ice, and electricity to explore a conception of art as interconnected with the larger world.
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Don't miss these works and more, as part of "Hans Haacke: All Connected," closing Sunday, January 26: http://bit.ly/HaackeNM
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“Hans Haacke: All Connected,” 2019. Exhibition view: New Museum, New York. © Hans Haacke / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Photo: Dario Lasagni

🚨 We're heading into the final days of "All Connected," the first major American museum exhibition in over thirty years ...
01/24/2020

🚨 We're heading into the final days of "All Connected," the first major American museum exhibition in over thirty years to survey the work of Hans Haacke. Closing Sunday, January 26: http://bit.ly/HaackeNM
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“Hans Haacke: All Connected,” 2019. Exhibition view: New Museum, New York. © Hans Haacke / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Photo: Dario Lasagni

"Since many factors are involved, no movement can be predicted precisely. The wind-driven fabric behaves like a living o...
01/23/2020

"Since many factors are involved, no movement can be predicted precisely. The wind-driven fabric behaves like a living organism, all parts of which constantly influence each other." —Hans Haacke

"Wide White Flow" (1967/2008) illustrates Haacke's early sculptural experiments with physical and environmental systems. See the artist's kinetic sculptures for one more weekend—"Hans Haacke: All Connected" closes Sunday, January 26: http://bit.ly/HaackeNM
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“Hans Haacke: All Connected,” 2019. Exhibition view: New Museum, New York. © Hans Haacke / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Photo: Dario Lasagni

Now on view in our Lobby Gallery: "What Eats Around Itself" is the first US institutional solo exhibition by artist Daig...
01/22/2020

Now on view in our Lobby Gallery: "What Eats Around Itself" is the first US institutional solo exhibition by artist Daiga Grantina. For her New Museum presentation, Grantina premieres a new site-specific sculptural installation inspired by the growth patterns of lichen and the poetry of Rainer Maria Rilke: http://bit.ly/Grantina
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Daiga Grantina, "Saules Suns," 2019. Installation view: Latvian Pavilion, 58th Venice Biennale, 2019. Courtesy Galerie Joseph Tang. Photo: Toan Vu-Huu

"The image of condensation cannot be precisely predicted. It changes freely, bound only by statistical limits. I like th...
01/19/2020

"The image of condensation cannot be precisely predicted. It changes freely, bound only by statistical limits. I like this freedom." —Hans Haacke
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With works like "Condensation Cube" (1963–65), Hans Haacke adopted an approach to sculpture that moved beyond the construction of discrete objects to incorporate environmental systems. See Haacke's early environmental and kinetic works as part of "Hans Haacke: All Connected," closing January 26: http://bit.ly/HaackeNM
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“Hans Haacke: All Connected,” 2019. Exhibition view: New Museum, New York. © Hans Haacke / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Photo: Dario Lasagni

Hans Haacke's "News" (1969) has taken many forms since its debut at Prospect 69 in Düsseldorf as a teletype machine prin...
01/18/2020

Hans Haacke's "News" (1969) has taken many forms since its debut at Prospect 69 in Düsseldorf as a teletype machine printing messages transmitted by the Deutsche Presse-Agentur news wire service. The iteration of the work included in "Hans Haacke: All Connected" aggregates a live news feed from ten services including the New York Times, Fox News, China News Service, and Al Jazeera: http://bit.ly/HaackeNM
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“Hans Haacke: All Connected,” 2019. Exhibition view: New Museum, New York. © Hans Haacke / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Photo: Dario Lasagni

⏳ CLOSING SOON: "All Connected" is the first major American museum exhibition in over thirty years to survey legendary C...
01/17/2020

⏳ CLOSING SOON: "All Connected" is the first major American museum exhibition in over thirty years to survey legendary Conceptual artist Hans Haacke. This retrospective brings together more than thirty works from across the artist’s six decade career, including rarely seen kinetic works, environmental sculptures, and visitor polls of the late 1960s and early ’70s. On view through January 26: http://bit.ly/HaackeNM
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“Hans Haacke: All Connected,” 2019. Exhibition view: New Museum, New York. © Hans Haacke / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Photo: Dario Lasagni

Works such as "MetroMobiltan" (1985) show Hans Haacke's pioneering engagement with institutional critique—a framework he...
01/16/2020

Works such as "MetroMobiltan" (1985) show Hans Haacke's pioneering engagement with institutional critique—a framework he used to inquire into the structures in which art is produced, circulated, and displayed.
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Wednesday at 4:30 p.m., join Archivist Amye McCarther for a lecture expanding on the New Museum's early engagements with institutional critique and our many connections with Haacke spanning our forty year history. Featuring a special screening of newly digitized materials from the New Museum archives. For info and tickets, visit: http://bit.ly/HaackeArchive
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“Hans Haacke: All Connected,” 2019. Exhibition view: New Museum, New York. © Hans Haacke / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Photo: Dario Lasagni

For over fifty years, Hans Haacke has used his visitor polls to invite the art-viewing public to reflect on the similari...
01/15/2020

For over fifty years, Hans Haacke has used his visitor polls to invite the art-viewing public to reflect on the similarities and differences in their opinions, behaviors, and values. This practice continues with "New Museum Visitors Poll" (2019), a new work created for his ongoing exhibition, "All Connected." Explore the survey, and see how you responded, at: http://bit.ly/HaackePoll
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“Hans Haacke: All Connected,” 2019. Exhibition view: New Museum, New York. © Hans Haacke / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Photo: Dario Lasagni

"For 'Circulation' (1969), I was concerned with having a shape that didn’t impose itself as something important." —Hans ...
01/13/2020

"For 'Circulation' (1969), I was concerned with having a shape that didn’t impose itself as something important." —Hans Haacke
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Beginning in the 1960s, Haacke adopted an approach to sculpture that moved beyond the construction of discrete objects to incorporate architectural and environmental systems. A selection of his systems aesthetic works are on view as part of "Hans Haacke: All Connected" through January 26: http://bit.ly/HaackeNM
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“Hans Haacke: All Connected,” 2019. Exhibition view: New Museum, New York. © Hans Haacke / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.

Hans Haacke's 1970 work "MOMA Poll" asked visitors to the Museum of Modern Art's "Information" show to vote on a single ...
01/12/2020

Hans Haacke's 1970 work "MOMA Poll" asked visitors to the Museum of Modern Art's "Information" show to vote on a single question: "Would the fact that Governor Rockefeller has not denounced President Nixon's Indochina policy be a reason for you not to vote for him in November?"
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The work—which referred to New York governor and MoMA trustee Nelson Rockefeller—caused controversy with the museum's Board Chairman, David Rockefeller (brother of Nelson), who unsuccessfully campaigned for the work to be removed from the show. Haacke’s visitors polls now appear ahead of their time for their insight on the impossibility of separating art from larger political and economic contexts. See a selection of historical material from Haacke's polls—along with a new poll created specifically for this exhibition—as part of "Hans Haacke: All Connected": http://bit.ly/HaackeNM
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“Hans Haacke: All Connected,” 2019. Exhibition view: New Museum, New York. © Hans Haacke / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Photo: Dario Lasagni

⏳ Don't miss the final weeks of "Hans Haacke: All Connected," the first major American museum exhibition to survey Haack...
01/11/2020

⏳ Don't miss the final weeks of "Hans Haacke: All Connected," the first major American museum exhibition to survey Haacke’s work in over thirty years. Closing Sunday, January 26: http://bit.ly/HaackeNM
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“Hans Haacke: All Connected,” 2019. Exhibition view: New Museum, New York. © Hans Haacke / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Photo: Dario Lasagni

THURSDAY at 7 p.m.: join a panel of artists and educators for a discussion that will take cues from works by Hans Haacke...
01/10/2020

THURSDAY at 7 p.m.: join a panel of artists and educators for a discussion that will take cues from works by Hans Haacke to consider the forms and functions of monuments and memorials today.

Featuring artist Paul Ramírez Jonas, Kendal Henry, and J. Meejin Yoon—and moderated by the New Museum’s Director of Education and Public Engagement Andrew An Westover: http://bit.ly/HaackePlinth
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“Hans Haacke: All Connected,” 2019. Exhibition view: New Museum, New York. © Hans Haacke / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Photo: Dario Lasagni

Among Hans Haacke's most significant works, "Shapolsky et al. Manhattan Real Estate Holdings, a Real-Time Social System,...
01/09/2020

Among Hans Haacke's most significant works, "Shapolsky et al. Manhattan Real Estate Holdings, a Real-Time Social System, as of May 1, 1971," (1971) demonstrates the evolution of Haacke’s thinking about dynamic systems to include social and economic forms of circulation.
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At the time, the political nature of the work—which used painstaking research to uncover the real estate holdings of one of New York’s most notorious slumlords—was extremely controversial, resulting in the cancellation of Haacke's 1971 Guggenheim solo exhibition just three weeks before its opening. On view through January 26 as part of "Hans Haacke: All Connected": http://bit.ly/HaackeNM
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“Hans Haacke: All Connected,” 2019. Exhibition view: New Museum, New York. © Hans Haacke / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Photo: Dario Lasagni

Hans Haacke's 1987 "artvertorial" published in the pages of the finance magazine "Manhattan, Inc." slips comfortably int...
01/07/2020

Hans Haacke's 1987 "artvertorial" published in the pages of the finance magazine "Manhattan, Inc." slips comfortably into the skin of advertising to connect nodes of advertising, geopolitics, business, and arts institutions of the 1980s.

Read a critical study of the work, part of our ATLAS Digital Publication Series: http://bit.ly/HaackeATLAS

Hans Haacke's 1975 work "Seurat’s "Les Poseuses" (small version), 1888–1975" traces the provenance of Georges Seurat's p...
01/06/2020

Hans Haacke's 1975 work "Seurat’s "Les Poseuses" (small version), 1888–1975" traces the provenance of Georges Seurat's post-Impressionist painting from nineteenth-century anarchist circles in Paris to a twentieth-century art investment company, revealing that even masterpieces cannot be divorced from larger social contexts. On view as part of "Hans Haacke: All Connected": http://bit.ly/HaackeNM
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“Hans Haacke: All Connected,” 2019. Exhibition view: New Museum, New York. © Hans Haacke / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Photo: Dario Lasagni

🕗 Closing today: "Carmen Argote: As Above, So Below" presents a selection of the artist's new and recent works. Working ...
01/05/2020

🕗 Closing today: "Carmen Argote: As Above, So Below" presents a selection of the artist's new and recent works. Working with materials seeped in symbolic significance—such as coffee, pine needles, avocado, and cochineal dye—Argote sheds light on the constantly shifting surface of urban landscapes and her own experience as a Mexican immigrant in the United States: http://bit.ly/CarmenArgote
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Photo: Dario Lasagni

Hans Haacke has long insisted that art and art institutions are never isolated from the realities and injustices of the ...
01/04/2020

Hans Haacke has long insisted that art and art institutions are never isolated from the realities and injustices of the wider world. With his work "News" (1969/2008)—which consists of a dot matrix printer connected to a live newsfeed of ten global wire services—Haacke quite literally introduces these issues to the gallery in the form of a paper trail that accumulates throughout the duration of the exhibition. See "Hans Haacke: All Connected," on view through January 26: http://bit.ly/HaackeNM
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“Hans Haacke: All Connected,” 2019. Exhibition view: New Museum, New York. © Hans Haacke / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Photo: Dario Lasagni

Don't miss the final weekend to see "As Above, So Below," the first solo museum exhibition of Los Angeles-based artist C...
01/03/2020

Don't miss the final weekend to see "As Above, So Below," the first solo museum exhibition of Los Angeles-based artist Carmen Argote. On view in our Lobby Gallery through this Sunday, January 5: http://bit.ly/CarmenArgote
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Photo: Dario Lasagni

Consisting of a threadbare sofa and cushion, Hans Haacke's "Trickle Up" (1992) critiques the 'trickle-down' economic pol...
01/02/2020

Consisting of a threadbare sofa and cushion, Hans Haacke's "Trickle Up" (1992) critiques the 'trickle-down' economic policy advocated by politicians such as President George H.W. Bush, whose quote is embroidered onto the work. This particular work fits within Haacke's larger project of exposing economic forces and their effect on all aspects of contemporary life. On view through January 26 as part of "Hans Haacke: All Connected": http://bit.ly/HaackeNM
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“Hans Haacke: All Connected,” 2019. Exhibition view: New Museum, New York. © Hans Haacke / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Photo: Dario Lasagni

A new year is the perfect time for reflection, so what better way to celebrate New Years Eve than with Hans Haacke's ref...
12/31/2019

A new year is the perfect time for reflection, so what better way to celebrate New Years Eve than with Hans Haacke's reflective foil works? http://bit.ly/HaackeNM
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As a reminder, we are closed tomorrow, January 1. For holiday hours and other visitor info, head to: http://bit.ly/VisitNewMu

🚨 Don't miss the final week to see "Carmen Argote: As Above, So Below." Our presentation of Argote's new and recent pain...
12/30/2019

🚨 Don't miss the final week to see "Carmen Argote: As Above, So Below." Our presentation of Argote's new and recent paintings, large-scale works on paper, and sculptural installation closes Sunday, January 5: http://bit.ly/CarmenArgote
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Photo: Dario Lasagni

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Art Web Gallery is pleased to present 8th edition of the international exhibition The VIDEOperformance 2019. Good vision online: www.facebook.com/artwebgallery
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World Art Roadshow develop new independent art all over the world. The upcoming event will be held in the center of Moscow (6 – 8 September, 2019). It is a shared initiative of WORLD ART ROADSHOW and Art Expert Union, the main purpose of which is to give opportunities for young artists to promote themselves worldwide. Focus on Moscow encompasses an exhibition which includes visual art, performances, and other cultural activities. We choose Moscow as platform for our event specially to trigger a growing dialogue between russian artists and artists from the abroad. At WORLD ART ROADSHOW, (curated by Ruxandra Balaci, Anna Evtugina, Gianfranco Valleriani and others) highlights the recent work (sculpture, installations, textiles, technologies and etc.) And finally, WORLD ART ROADSHOW aims to give our foreign guests an opportunity to get a deeper understanding of Russian contemporary political and social reality and the landscape of addressing issues related to world’s largest territory, it’s ethnic, language and cultural and differences.
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Someday, Alnoe Paler's beautiful photography will grace an exhibit in the New Museum! At the moment he has an exhibit on Long Island, NY