December's Shows

The Art World might be in Miami right now, but there's still plenty to see in New York!

We're curious about Sarah Morris' new film about Rio, shown together with a new series of 'Rio' paintings, at Petzel Gallery.

Tonight at the Museum of the City of New York: Photographers Benjamin Lowry and Stephen Wilkes join Sean Corcoran, curator of prints and photographs at the Museum of the City of New York, for a conversation on the role of camera phones and social media during Hurricane Sandy.

Through December 8: The Forty Part Motet  by Janet Cardiff is on view in the Fuentidueña Chapel of The Cloisters.

You have until December 15th to see the inaugural show at BRIC's new space in the BAM Cultural District called Housewarming: Notions of Home from the Center of the Universe.

Opening December 14 at Sean Kelly is Saints and Sinners, work by Robert Mapplethorpe, marking the twenty-fifth anniversary of the landmark exhibition Robert Mapplethorpe: The Perfect Moment.

You can see Four Decades of Boris Mikhailov's work at Dominique Levy through February 8.

Through December 21 you can see A Necessary Shift at Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, that features work that celebrates and highlights EFA's Residency for Arts-Workers as Artists, a residency that recognizes and nourishes the particular art-world subset of artists who work for arts organizations

And don't forget about buying art for the holidays! Here is a great list of where to buy some affordable pieces for yourself and your loved ones:
Recession Art, Ground Floor Gallery, Printed Matter, Booklyn


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