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Screening of _Carol Rama: More and Even More_

In conjunction with “Carol Rama: Antibodies,” the New Museum will present a special one-night-only screening of the award-winning documentary Carol Rama: More and Even More , with introductory remarks by Helga Christoffersen, Assistant Curator. The film, directed by Simone Pierini, will be shown for the first time in the United States. It provides an entry into ... Continue reading ›

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Studio Visit: Robert Longo

Join Richard Flood, Director of Special Projects & Curator at Large, for a visit to the SoHo studio of Robert Longo, a pioneer of the Pictures generation. Among other things, Longo will speak about elements of his exhibition at Metro Pictures, which opens May 3. RSVP by April 25 to councils@newmuseum.org or 212.219.1222 ×413. ... Continue reading ›

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First Saturdays for Families: Chalk Day

To celebrate Lower East Side History Month, volunteers are encouraged to chalk drawings, stories, and historical accounts in front of their places of work, play, and residence on sidewalks throughout the Lower East Side. On Saturday, May 6, join New Museum educators to commemorate the Bowery Artist Tribute, the Museum’s records related to artists who have ... Continue reading ›

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Annual State of the Art Conversations: To Be a Woman and an Artist in 2017

Join Lauren Cornell, Curator and Associate Director, Technology Initiatives, and Artemis Council founding member Tiffany Zabludowicz for a lively conversation with artist friends about what it means to be a woman artist working in this historical moment. The talk is kindly hosted by collectors Ann and Lee Fensterstock at their home in the historic American Thread ... Continue reading ›

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Seven on Seven 2017

Rhizome’s Seven on Seven is an annual conference that brings together leaders in art and technology and challenges them to make something new. Founded by Rhizome in 2010, Seven on Seven forefronts leading issues at the intersection of culture and technology, and animates them through its novel format. Seven leading artists are paired with seven visionary ... Continue reading ›

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InsideDesign: Herzog & de Meuron

Join Karen Wong, Deputy Director, for a visit to the acclaimed architecture studio of Herzog & de Meuron. The studio has designed a wide range of projects, from private homes to art museums and large-scale urban master plans. RSVP by April 10 to membership@newmuseum.org or 212.219.1222 ×234. New Museum Events Continue reading ›

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Listening Party: Poetry and Record Release for Leave No Trace

In celebration of A.K. Burns’ Leave No Trace , this record release party includes performances and readings by artists and writers including Justin Allen, Fia Backström, CAConrad, Katherine Hubbard, and Juliana Huxtable. Leave No Trace is an experimental audio project released as a limited edition vinyl with an accompanying poem. The recording consists of two full-length ... Continue reading ›

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Screening of Andrea Crespo’s _parapagus_ (2017)

In conjunction with Andrea Crespo’s solo exhibition “Joined for Life,” on view at Downs and Ross through April 23, the New Museum presents a cinematic screening of parapagus , a feature-length film by this dexterous and original multidisciplinary artist. The film traverses concerns raised in “Joined for Life,” which portrays the artist’s errant and unexpected form ... Continue reading ›