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Lost Streets is part of citywide efforts from a range of people, organizations, and neighborhoods to use the collective activist histories as inspiration for ongoing struggles for housing justice. Lost Streets will remain on display 24-hours a day through June 22, 2017.
New York University Kimmel Galleries presents DITTO: works in blue which features seventeen mixed media paintings by New York based artist Shira Toren, and curated by Pamela Jean Tinnen. The exhibition opened October 23, 2013, at New York University’s Global Center for Academic and Spiritual Life, 528 Thompson Street, 4th Floor, and runs through January 3, 2014.
A groundbreaking exhibition that unites masterpieces of Chinese sculpture from the famed sixth-century cave temples at Xiangtangshan with the first-ever digitized reconstructions of their original setting is on view at the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World at New York University (ISAW).
New York University’s 2031 Open House Gallery at 528 LaGuardia Place presents a new exhibition titled “Concrete Poetry to Feed My Mind”: Images from the Fales Library and Special Collections at NYU,” curated by Marvin J. Taylor, director of the Fales Library. The exhibition will be on display from November 2, 2011-January 31, 2012.
New York University’s Fales Library and Special Collections presents Prospectus: New York, a presentation of the work of American project artist Ben Kinmont at NYU’s Bobst Library, 3rd Floor, 70 Washington Square South, (at LaGuardia Place). The exhibition opens September 15, 2011, with a reception from 6:30-8pm, and runs through November 15, 2011.
New York University’s 80WSE gallery will present the first major survey of Marlene McCarty’s work, "i’m into you now: some work from 1980-2010," on view now through Dec. 18, 2010. The exhibition of painting, prints, and drawings, curated by Michael Cohen, will be on display at 80WSE gallery, 80 Washington Square East (between West Fourth and Washington Place).
Henri Matisse–Writers on Paper: Selected Drawings and Prints from The Pierre and Tana Matisse Foundation is the first exhibition dedicated exclusively to Matisse’s little-known drawings of men. The exhibition, on view at New York University’s Maison Française from Nov. 2 through Dec. 21, includes a selection of intimate drawings and prints of writers.
Poet, novelist, and war hero, Gabriele d’Annunzio was a central figure in the Italian cultural and political life of the early 20th century. A new exhibition, “Gabriele d’Annunzio: Living Life as a Work of Art,” provides a striking glimpse into the life of the artist.
New York University’s 80WSE Gallery presents “Pastorale,” an exhibition by seven contemporary artists and curated by Klaus Kertess. The exhibition features artists for whom landscape and the long tradition of the “pastorale” play an important role in their practice. The gallery is open Tuesdays through Sundays, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Admission is free.
The New York University Fales Library and Special Collections presents “Where is Ana Mendieta? Donde esta Ana Mendieta? 25 Years Later - An Exhibition and Symposium,” opening August 1, 2010, and running through October 8, 2010 at NYU Bobst Library, 3rd Floor, 70 Washington Square South, NYC. The Symposium will take place on October 7, 2010 at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts.