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NYC art events I Apr 3 - 9, 2023


The New York City art scene is more vibrant than ever this week!

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

In this article, we will explore some of the highlights of this selection, looking for the most interesting and inspiring works and opportunities in NYC.

Ready to discover the New York art scene this week?

Here we go!





In Museums

Lawrence Abu Hamdan: After SFX

@ MoMA

Apr 8, 8:00 p.m; Apr 9, 3:00 pm; Apr 10, 8:00 p.m

After SFX is prompted by Lawrence Abu Hamdan’s investigations into crimes that are heard but not seen. The artist explores sounds described by “earwitnesses” in interviews conducted by Abu Hamdan or sourced from trial manuscripts.







In Galleries

SARAH FAUX: SWEETBITTER

@ Hales Gallery

Mar 24 - Apr 29, 2023

Hales is delighted to announce Sweetbitter, Sarah Faux's debut exhibition with the gallery. The exhibition features large-scale gestural paintings that embrace uninhibited sensuality and bodily autonomy.In her compositions, Faux delves into the interior, uncovering how much of our emotional and sensory lives occur beneath the skin.





In Brooklyn

A Movement in Every Direction: Legacies of the great migration

@ Brooklyn Museum

3 Mar, 2023 – 25 Jun, 2023

A Movement in Every Direction: Legacies of the Great Migration brings together twelve contemporary artists to consider the complex impact of this period on their lives, as well as on social and cultural life, with newly commissioned works ranging from large-scale installation, immersive film, and tapestry to photography, painting, and mixed media.





Outside

COMMON GROUND, BY CHERYL WING-ZI WONG + ARUP

@ Downtown Brooklyn

Mar 1 - May 1, 2023


COMMON GROUND is a community pavilion and a site-specific, interactive public artwork comprised of a colorful seating landscape and floor motifs that dance across the plaza. As a community hub, COMMON GROUND aspires to cultivate togetherness and resilience, while encouraging moments of pause, reflection, and play.






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