assemblage

An assemblage of Arts & Culture focused on New York & London.
Assembled by Megan N. Liberty

Brad Kahlhamer’s Fort Gotham Girls + Boys Club includes installations, sculptures, paintings, and works on paper. On view now at Jack Shainman Gallery through April 26
Swoon spotted in Fort Greene, Bklyn
Check out her amazing installation, Submerged Motherlands, now on view at the Brooklyn Museum.
Sigmar Polke, Girlfriends I (Freundinnen I), 1967
On view now at MoMA in Alibis: Sigmar Polke 1963–2010
Vik Muniz, First Birthday, Album, Digital C-Print, 2014
On view now at Sikkema Jenkins Watch this space for my thoughts on this new body of work.
William Morris & Company, Brother Rabbit (detail), designed 1882; printed 1917–23
HAPPY EASTER!
See this textile design and more at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in William Morris Textiles and Wallpaper through July 20.

“Nothing changes from generation to generation except the thing seen and that makes a composition.”

—   Gertrude Stein, Composition as Explanation, 1926
Catherine Opie, Self-Portrait/Cutting, 1993
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Check out Frank Bowling's painting on view at the Brooklyn Museum in Witness: Art and Civil Rights in the Sixties
Robert Mapplethorpe, Ken Moody and Robert Sherman, 1984

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On view now at Tate Modern, this show was co-organized by Tate and MoMA. So if you can’t see it in London, it opens here in NYC in October.