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Members’ Day

Members receive one complimentary guest pass per Membership to see our fall exhibitions.Additionally, Members enjoy a special 20 percent discount at the New Museum Store. A distinctive downtown shopping destination, the New Museum Store specializes in art and design books and exclusive artist-designed objects. New Museum Events Continue reading ›

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N-Prolenta: Banana Island: Hublots

This event marks the launch of “New Black Portraitures,” an online exhibition curated by Aria Dean, Assistant Curator of Net Art and Digital Culture at Rhizome. Part of First Look: New Art Online, copresented by Rhizome and the New Museum.Working in sound, multimedia, and performance, the prolific Fayetteville, NC-based artist and musician N-Prolenta creates process-driven works ... Continue reading ›

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Morgan Bassichis: The Faggots and Their Friends Between Revolutions The Musical, Pt. I

Morgan Bassichis adapts the underground classic The Faggots and Their Friends Between Revolutions —an out-of-print book by Larry Mitchell, with lush illustrations by Ned Asta, that recounts a fable of radical queerness and the challenges and possibilities of communal life—in a series of three “new moon potluck theater” evenings. Bassichis’s style incorporates stand-up comedy and call-and-respon... ... Continue reading ›

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Geo Wyeth: Juice CrosxxxSing

Geo Wyeth’s performance Juice CrosxxxSing , presented as a part of the exhibition “Trigger: Gender as a Tool and a Weapon,” features two of Wyeth’s figures making their US debut: the Lost Tourist and CrosxxxSing Guard, friends who have been separated and must navigate a series of hurdles in search of one another. In the artist’s ... Continue reading ›

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The Making of Natural Language

This panel discussion takes place in conjunction with the online exhibition “Sam Lavigne and Tega Brain: The Good Life,” copresented by the New Museum and Rhizome as part of the series First Look: New Art Online.Datasets often appear to us as if by magic: tidy lists set apart from the messiness of history and the politics ... Continue reading ›