“Our critics and writers have selected noteworthy cultural events to experience virtually and in person in New York City.”
Art & Museums
Small Films, Big Ideas
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The New York Times has an Arts section second to none. If you want know What’s Happening in the Arts around town this is the place to be.
“Want to see new art this weekend? Start in Chelsea with the great ceramic sculptor Ken Price’s imposing vases. Then head downtown to see Jacqueline de Jong’s jagged paintings of migrants trying to cross the Mediterranean Sea. And don’t miss Joel Shapiro’s irresistible sculptures and Helène Aylon’s poignant paintings.“
Through Dec. 23. Matthew Marks, 526 West 22nd Street, Manhattan; 212-243-0047, matthewmarks.com.
Jacqueline de Jong
Through Jan. 8. Ortuzar Projects, 9 White Street, Manhattan; 212-257-0033, ortuzarprojects.com.
Through Dec. 23. Paula Cooper Gallery, 524 West 26th Street, Manhattan. 212-255-1105; paulacoopergallery.com.
Through Dec. 22. Kerry Schuss Gallery, 73 Leonard Street, Manhattan; 212-219-9918; kerryschussgallery.com.
Through Dec. 18. Bortolami, 39 Walker Street, Manhattan. 212-727-2050; bortolamigallery.com.
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