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Gallery Spotlight: 4 Art Exhibitions in the LES

Four galleries in Manhattan's lower east side with exhibitions worth seeing between February and April; Lyles & King, Grimm, Jack Hanley & Canada Gallery.

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Tarsila do Amaral: Inventing Modern Art in Brazil

In the search for Brazil’s national identity in the post-colonial age, Amaral spear-headed the ‘Anthropophagy’ movement in the 20’s, inspired by the symbolic consumption - or artistic ‘cannibalism’ of outside influences to create something distinctly Brazilian. "Inventing Modern Art in Brazil" is the largest retrospective of her work in the US to date, through June 3rd.

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Depicting Humanity: NYC Exhibitions January - February 2018

As issues of human rights and interpersonal to international conflict remain at the forefront of global conversation, one may turn to art as an outlet where complicated questions about individual and group consciousness can be considered. Here are 3 NYC gallery exhibitions in which artists confront humanity’s shortcomings and pose the potential for healing. 

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Mystic Geometry: Mapping the Human Experience Through Art and Spirituality

Contemporary artist, Katerina Lanfranco boldly provides a platform for this discussion with Mystic Geometry, a collection of paintings, sculptures, and recreated ritual paraphernalia currently on show at Nancy Hoffman Gallery.

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Feminine Space, Strength, & Sarcasm: Chelsea Art Exhibitions November ‘17

This month, several galleries in Chelsea showcase female artists who take inspiration from the personal and political place of women in today’s world.

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Morgan Blair and Alex Gardner at The Hole

The Hole launched opening season on the Lower East Side last night with stellar coinciding solo shows by two young painters; Morgan Blair and Alex Gardner. 

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