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SalonA&D19SalonA&D19aSalonA&D19cThrough November 18 at the Park Avenue Armory.

TEFAF2019The European Fine Art Foundation at the Park Avenue Armory through Nov. 5.

IFPDA19IFPDA19aIFPDA19bThe International Fine Print Dealers Association annual fair runs through October 27 at the Javits Center.

FemaleGaze19Photo Plus, at the Javits Center through October 26.

TLA1TLATheLivingArtist-WoodsideThe “Epoch Center,” a group show, at The Living Artist in Woodside (38-02 61st St.) through September 26.

NASA-VideoApollo11NASA-VideoApollo11bOriginal NASA videotape of the Apollo 11 mission to the moon, to be sold at Sotheby’s.

Leonardo-StJerome2At the Met.

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OKeeffe-NBOkeeffe-NB2Art aficionados in the NY/Boston area might enjoy an excursion to the New Britain (CT) Museum of American Art, to see The Beyond: Georgia O’Keeffe and Contemporary Art, which closes on June 2.

If post-modern art is about self-expression through performance art (selfies on instagram), then O’Keeffe can be seen as one of its progenitors.

MisFitHive19With Pelosi and Trump accusing each other of being “crazy,” Americans are finding the only thing that unites them is mental illness. Enter Misfit Hive, a comedy troupe in Woodside that features (self-professed) mentally-ill comedians, performing and raising money for their like-minded neighbors.

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StreetArt19dFrank Stella at Christie’s.

With the theme: Uniting-Inspiring One Dance at a Time, Ballet Hispanico held their 2019 Carnaval Gala last evening at the Plaza. Lourdes Lopez, Artistic Director of Miami City Ballet, was honored.

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tefaf19ctefaf19tefaf19atefaf19bAt the Park Avenue Armory through May 7.

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AsiaWeek19dAsiaWeek19fAsiaWeek19eThe ongoing story with Asian art, especially Chinese art, is the restrictiveness on the part of various parties as to what is acceptable.

UrbanArt19Ready-made busted on Park.

TheArtShow19fTheArtShow19iTheArtShow19TheArtShow19cBilled as “the nations most respected and longest running art fair,” The Art Show is at the Park Avenue Armory through March 3.

FeministArt-TheyFeministArt-KahnFeministArt-EmpressOne of the works presented at C24’s “Transfigured” exhibition was Abortion Goddess, by Jaishri Abichandani.

Would that the 50 million+ babies aborted in the US (since 1973) had their own #Me Too movement.

Would that feminists understood, that ultimate power and liberation are from the Spirit — rather than reducing it to just their body, which only leads to new forms of slavery.

 

wintershow19kwintershow19wintershow19dwintershow19gThe Winter Show, formerly the Winter Art & Antiques Show, is underway at the Park Avenue and runs through Jan 27.

This year’s show includes a loan exhibition: Collecting Nantucket, Connecting the World, with fine examples of paintings, craft and folk art from the Nantucket Historical Association.

As always proceeds from the show benefit the East Side House.

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Whimsical gallerist Laurel Seidl (second from bottom), has created a serious venue for art in Wonder Valley, CA.

Sotheby's-MagritteSotheby's-MeidnerWorks by Rene Magritte (top) and Ludwig Meidner, in upcoming sales.

On this Day of Remembrance, the effects of radical liberalism and nationalism (including Zionism) continue to plague society — with people unwilling/able to see their wrongheadedness, and be oriented to a more truthful way of living?

“And the fire on the hearth, which has burnt low throughout the scene, leaps up into sudden brightness.”

AmericanArt-MoraThe American Art Fair, at Bohemian Hall, through Nov. 13.

TheSalonArt&Design18cSalon-GillAt the Park Avenue Armory through November 12.

Gallerist David Gill shared a pic of a chair that he and Daniel Libeskind created.

OurikaThe engraving, made by French/German printmaker Alfred Johannot (c.1830), around the time of Delecroix’s: Liberty Leading the People, depicts a black Catholic nun in Morocco dialoguing with a ‘liberty’ scholar. She seems to be skeptical of his notions (see her eyes and hands), perhaps having found true freedom and enlightenment in communion with her God.

Coincidentally, there is presently an exhibition at Columbia University on the role played by black women in Modern 19th-century French art: Posing Modernity: The Black Model From Manet and Matisse to Today, at the Wallach Art Gallery.

For this and other important Old Master Prints, visit Woodside Fine Art.

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TEFAF18TEFAF18aAt the Park Avenue Armory through October 31.

IFPDA18International Fine Print Dealers Association Show at the Javits Center through October 28.

Met-DutchMasters5Met-DutchMasters3Met-DutchMasters4Being able to see four Vermeers in one room is especially noteworthy.

AlgoArtAlgoArt-Signed‘Art’ made with the help of algorithms, will be included in the October 25th Prints & Multiples sale at Christie’s.

SarahJThe #MeToo movement has exposed some bad behaving men (and boys), but also a lot of discombobulated and unhinged women — made more so by their activism.

Artist: Sarah J

JLee18GreenbergDavidLigare2BurtGlinnGallery Night at the Fuller Building — September 12, 2018

Highlights included works by Jungin Lee, David Ligare and Burt Glinn.

ASL18cASL18bASL18Back in class.

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MisfitHiveMisfitHive3MisfitHive4MisfitHive5DonaldHendricksCraig Fox and his crew of comedy misfits are working it out in Woodside — at the Project For Living Artists — in a collaboration that offers a platform for arting of all types.

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GOK-NYBGThe City of New York is seeking female candidates, to honor with a statue in Central Park. We recommend the American artist Georgia O’Keeffe (1887-1986), who spent several decades of her long and fruitful life in NYC — and as a true feminist worked hard, was excellent at what she did, and helped men to be better.

The photo is from a recent Georgia O’Keeffe talk at the New York Botanical Garden.

NYBG-GOK1NYBG-GOK2In 1939, the American artist Georgia O’Keeffe spent 3 months painting in Hawaii, as part of an artist series commissioned by the Dole Pineapple Company. Two of her Hawaii pictures (out of 20 made) were used in print ads for the company. The New York Botanical Garden has recently brought together the fruits of O’Keeffe’s time in Hawaii, in a show that runs through October 28, 2018.NYBG-GOKEspecially noteworthy are the “Waterfall” paintings, which seem more personal, prefiguring O’Keeffe’s important “Black Place” paintings of the 1940s.

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