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Week of 09/30/2012–10/06/2012

How do we remember the past? What stands out the most in our memories? What do we forget? Discover “Come Closer: Art Around the Bowery, 1969–1989” and learn how twenty artists documented, recorded,… Teen and Family Programs First Saturdays for Families: How to Create a History
New York nurtured many alternative art spaces in the 1970s and 1980s, crucial venues for fostering community and supporting young artists. Reflecting both local concerns and international movements, these… Conversations Alternatives in Retrospect: Artist-run Spaces in the 1970s and…
In 1984, Paul Tschinkel’s ART/new york issued the documentary video Graffiti/Post Graffiti. The film captures a unique moment in the intertwined narratives of graffiti and art history, as aggressive… Conversations Graffiti/Post Graffiti Screening and Panel Discussion
Join Margot Norton, Curatorial Associate, for a studio visit with Cai Guo-Qiang. Working across a diverse spectrum of mediums including painting, sculpture, installation, and fireworks, Cai’s work explores… Contemporary Council Members & Above Membership Studio Visit: Cai Guo-Qiang
Join Gary Carrion-Murayari, Curator, for a visit to the studio of Rachel Feinstein. See the work to be included in her upcoming show at Gagosian Gallery in Rome before it is shipped. Space is very limited.… Premium Members & Above Membership Studio Visit: Rachel Feinstein

Week of 09/16/2012–09/22/2012

Mami Kataoka speaks at the Curator’s Perspective, an itinerant public discussion series that features international curators who distill current happenings in contemporary art, including the artists… Conversations Independent Curators International and the New Museum present…
Tony Orrico is a visual artist, performer, and choreographer whose work merges the act of drawing with choreographic gesture and bio-geometrics. Evocative of the graphite wall drawings of Sol LeWitt, action… Performances Tony Orrico: Penwald: 15: fourths and quarters
The computer we carry in our pockets is also an emerging platform for interactive screen-based art. Art In Your Pocket takes its name from a series of texts Jonah Brucker-Cohen wrote for Rhizome on art… Conversations Art In Your Pocket
Council Members are invited to the renowned penthouse designed by architect Paul Rudolph for cocktails and lively conversation with the New Museum curatorial team as they share an overview of our upcoming… Contemporary Council Members & Above Membership Annual Fall Council Cocktail Reception
Join Gary Carrion-Murayari, Curator, for a tour of artist Dustin Yellin’s space, a 24,000-square-foot Civil War-era warehouse in Red Hook, which houses his studio, a gallery, an artist-in-residence space,… Deluxe Members & Above Membership Studio Visit and Garden Reception: Dustin Yellin
Join the artists and curators for the private previews of exhibitions “Come Closer: Art Around the Bowery, 1969–1989” and “Haroon Mirza” before they open to the public on September 19. “Come… Deluxe Members & Above Membership Opening Reception: “Come Closer: Art Around the Bowery” and…
Join the artists and curators for the private previews of exhibitions “Come Closer: Art Around the Bowery, 1969–1989” and “Haroon Mirza” before they open to the public on September 19. “Come… Producers Council Members & Above Membership Curatorial Walk-through: “Come Closer: Art Around the Bowery”…

Week of 07/15/2012–07/21/2012

Join the New Museum for the sixth annual Block Party in Sara D. Roosevelt Park! Spend the afternoon participating in hands-on workshops for all ages and enjoying live performances. Afterwards, head over… Teen and Family Programs New Museum Block Party 2012
Successful activism can be seen as the action of many around a host of related issues. Behind every iconic speech, memorable image, and oft-repeated slogan are a plethora of moments involving numerous… Conversations 30 Years In, 30 Years Out: AIDS Activism Today: QUEEROCRACY and…
An evening devoted to an intergenerational conversation about art and technology between artist Otto Piene and exhibition curator Massimiliano Gioni. Otto Piene (German, born 1928) is a leading figure… Conversations Otto Piene in conversation with Massimiliano Gioni
“Ghosts in the Machine” surveys the constantly shifting relationship between humans, machines, and art through the work of over seventy artists. Deluxe Members & Above Membership Opening Reception for “Ghosts in the Machine”
“Ghosts in the Machine” surveys the constantly shifting relationship between humans, machines, and art through the work of over seventy artists. Premium Members & Above Membership VIP Preview of “Ghosts in the Machine”
“Ghosts in the Machine” surveys the constantly shifting relationship between humans, machines, and art through the work of over seventy artists. Producers Council Members & Above Membership Curator-led Tour of “Ghosts in the Machine”

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