Exhibition Roll: New York, Fall 2010

Here’s a feature for those of you looking to do some museum-going this season.  Current exhibitions at the country’s major museums are as follows:

The Metropolitan Museum of Art:

–          Doug + Mike Starn on the Roof:  Big Bambu

–          The World of Khubilai Khan:  Chinese Art in the Yuan Dynasty

–          Man, Myth, and Sensual Pleasures:  Jan Gossart’s Renaissance

–          Between Here and There:  Passages in Contemporary Photography

–          Rugs and Ritual in Tibetan Buddhism

–          Howard Hodgkin:  Prints from the Collection, 1987-2002

–          Celebration:  The Birthday in Chinese Art

–          Miro:  The Dutch Interiors

MOMA:

–          The Original Copy:  Photography of Sculpture, 1839 to Today

–          Counter Space:  Design and the Modern Kitchen

–          Abstract Expressionist New York

The Whitney Museum of American Art:

–          Lee Friedlander:  America by Car

–          Modern Life:  Edward Hopper and His Time

–          Paul Thek:  Diver, a Retrospective

–          Slater Bradley and Ed Lachman:  Shadow

–          Charles Ledray:  Workworkworkworkwork

The Guggenheim:

–          Chaos and Classicism:  Art in France, Italy, and Germany, 1918-1936

–          Intervals:  Ryan Gander

–          Broken Forms:  European Modernism from the Guggenheim Collection

–          Vox Populi:  Posters of the Interwar Years

The Frick:

–          The Spanish Manner:  Drawing from Ribera to Goya

The Brooklyn Museum:

–          Fred Tomaselli

–          Seductive Subversion:  Women Pop Artists, 1958-1968

–          Body Parts:  Ancient Egyptian Fragments and Amulets

The Jewish Museum:

–          Fish Forms:  Lamps by Frank Gehry

–          Shifting the Gaze:  Painting and Feminism

–          Shulie:  Film and Stills by Elisabeth Subrin

The New Museum:

–          The Last Newspaper

–          Ugo Rodinone:  Hell Yes!


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2 Responses to Exhibition Roll: New York, Fall 2010

  1. Josh says:

    Dear Author (Molly),
    If you could do four of these which would you choose and why? Just wondering. (maybe do a post answering this)

    Take care.

  2. Hmm. Personally, I would do Man, Myth, and Sensual Pleasure at the Met, the photography of sculpture exhibition at the MOMA, The Frick exhibition, and Chaos and Classicism. Every one of these except the MOMA exhibition fall specifically under my areas of study, so that’s just me. The photography of sculpture show seems very fascinating and kind of meta. Who doesn’t love meta?

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