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Buildings: New Museum of Contemporary Art, 235 Bowery, New York, NY×
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The New Museum presents a monthly series of performances featuring experimental and freaky jams. Expect anything from dusted-off salsa to psychedelic harmonies, performed by unknown legends and young-gun mavericks. Get weird! Get Weird took place on the Third Thursday of each month. Artists were...
From 2007 to 2016, the New Museum developed and presented the Bowery Artist Tribute, a multifaceted celebration and exploration of the New Museum’s new neighborhood coinciding its move to the Bowery in 2007. The Bowery Artist Tribute documented the presence of artists on this famed thoroughfare...
A partnership of five international arts organizations, Museum as Hub is a new model for curatorial practice and institutional collaboration established to enhance our understanding of contemporary art. Both a network of relationships and an actual physical site located in the fifth-floor New...
In fall 2005, the New Museum inaugurated G:Class (Global Classroom), a new curriculum development program which engaged high school students with global issues through the perspectives of contemporary art, architecture and design. The program examined the manner by which our global society relates...
On December 1, 1989, coinciding with the World Health Organization’s second annual World AIDS Day, the New Museum, along with cultural institutions throughout New York, participated in the first annual Day Without Art, organized by Visual AIDS. In commemoration of the devastation of the health...