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NYC art events I Apr 10 - 17, 2023

We are back from the Easter Holidays and here we are, suggesting you new and unmissable events taking place in New York City.

The selection of this week's events, curated by Clio Art Fair , is particularly vibrant and varied.

In this article, we will explore some of the highlights of these days, looking for the most interesting and inspiring exhibitions and art events in NYC.

Ready to discover the New York art scene this week?

Here we go!

In Museums


@The Bronx Museum

Oct 26, 2022 - Apr 30, 2023

Inspired and enabled by the people who live in the vibrant community where the Bronx Museum is located, local artists John Ahearn and Rigoberto Torres have become world-famous for their portraits of their South Bronx neighbors.

This major survey exhibition mirrors the creative and loving residents of the South Bronx whose personal stories and innovative aesthetics both reflect and shape culture internationally.

In Galleries

@Gladstone Gallery

Mar 16, – Apr 29, 2023

On the occasion of this exhibition, Gladstone is proud to announce its representation of the Robert Bechtle Estate after 16 years of working closely with Bechtle during his lifetime. The Gallery is honored to take on this responsibility to continue highlighting his remarkable work and life for future generations. Highlighting important subjects he returned to throughout his lifetime, this expansive selection of paintings, watercolors, and drawings demonstrates the technical and conceptual ingenuity of his process that evolved over time and radically transformed approaches to realistic figurative painting in the United States.

In Brooklyn


@Brooklyn Bridge Park

Apr 17, 2023, 6-9 PM

Hosted at the renowned River Café (One Water Street), SpringTide is a cherished annual Conservancy benefit event. Not only an opportunity to celebrate and enjoy the company of friends old and new, the funds raised at SpringTide will bring a dynamic array of arts and culture, recreation, and environmental education programs to Brooklyn Bridge Park this year.




Sep 8, 2022 - Aug 27, 2023

Bharti Kher (b. 1969, London, United Kingdom) connects New Delhi and New York City with this nearly eighteen-foot-tall bronze universal mother figure, her most ambitious artwork to date. Its source is a miniature statue from the artist’s “Intermediaries” series, assembled by recomposing broken clay figurines. Kher finds these small objects in secondhand markets in India, where she moved in 1992 after being raised and educated in the United Kingdom.

In contrast to urban statuary that commemorates historic individuals or events, Ancestor enters the public space as an allegorical representation paying homage to both the generations that came before and those to follow. Kher’s temporary monument echoes the spirit of the Statue of Liberty. She is an empowered force fostering a diverse community—a hybrid figure whose symbolic references to multiculturalism and plurality embody the possibility of an interconnected space of belonging and care.


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