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Buildings: New Museum of Contemporary Art, 583 Broadway, New York, NY×
272 Exhibitions
April 25 – June 24 2012
November 10 – December 31 2005
June 23 – September 10 2005
April 28 – June 4 2005
April 9 – June 4 2005
September 18 – November 13 2004
7 Series
Black to the Future: A Series on Contemporary African-American Aesthetics was a three-program series exploring issues of racial identity, presented in conjunction with the exhibition "Robert Colescott: A Retrospective." Organized by Kellie Jones, Visual Arts Director at the Jamaica ArtsCenter, the...
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...
In January 1983, the New Museum instituted WorkSpace, an experimental exhibition format that functioned as an intermediary between the artist’s studio and the museum gallery, providing an intimate glimpse into the artists’ creative process as the works evolved. Artists were invited to develop the...
In 1982, the New Museum debuted Currents, a series of solo exhibitions designed to present a significant body of work by artists from across the United States whose work had not received critical attention or public exposure. Featuring important artists who were as yet unknown in New York City, the...
In 1979, the New Museum inaugurated an ongoing exhibition series in the large window of the New School building facing 14th Street.Artists were encouraged to submit proposals for exhibiting works conceived especially for the site. These displays, initially lasting for approximately four weeks,...
Initiated in 1978, the New Museum’s second exhibition series, Outside New York, challenged the notion that serious art was not being made outside acknowledged major art centers by showcasing the variety and vitality of art being made around the United States to a New York audience. The series...