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Situated in a former freight elevator down the otherwise nondescript Cortlandt Alley, you’ll find NYC’s smallest museum: Mmuseumm.

Mmuseumm opened five years ago, with a mission to review the intricacies of our world through mini collections of (tiny) objects. 220 more words

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Art: The Frick Collection

Private Collection Gone Public

A few steps away from Central Park, on the Upper East side, sits one of New York’s most beautiful houses. Fortunately, this house is open to the public and inside is an even more beautiful art collection. 180 more words

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Announced: Debra Drexler "Earth to Sky" @ Van Der Plas Gallery

Earth to Sky ~ Debra Drexler Opening Reception Wednesday 29th March 6pm – 8pm. On view March 29th – April 16th. Artist Talk Sunday April 2nd 2pm-4pm. 320 more words

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Art: Bust of Sylvette

Outdoor Sculpture

Just off Bleecker Street – encased by three austere, grey apartment buildings (which are somewhat ironically named Silver Towers) – stands a Picasso sculpture. 156 more words

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The Art Students League...Finally

After attending last year’s Affordable Art Fair where The Art Students League had a booth, and after hearing about the generations of New York artists who’ve been members at “The League”, and after lots of talk and no action, I finnnnnalllllly pulled the trigger and signed up for the Drawing with Color art class twice a week. 222 more words

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Press Release: "Para-Verbal Vocab"

“Para-Verbal Vocab” showed in the SPRING/BREAK Art Show 2017, in room 2318, from March 1-6.  The show opened Tuesday, February 28th.

The exhibition is curated by Kristen Racaniello. 871 more words

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Press Release: "Grow[th]"

This exhibition was on view from June 24th to June 30th, 2016, with the Ess Ef Eff curatorial collective.

Original press release:

Ess Ef Eff is pleased to presentGrow, a new group show featuring Eleanna Anagnos, Erin Castellan, Hilary Doyle, Daniela Gomez-Paz, Seren Morey, Dustina Sherbine, and Lena Schmid. 295 more words

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