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Buildings: New Museum of Contemporary Art, 235 Bowery, New York, NY×
169 Exhibitions
10 Series
In celebration of the New Museum's 40th anniversary, the institution hosted "Who's Afraid of the New Now?" on December 2 and 3, 2017. Borrowing its title from an artwork of the same name by Allen Ruppersberg—who had his first New York survey at the New Museum in 1985—the event featured a selection...
Organized by the New Museum’s Department of Education and Public Engagement, R&D (Research and Development) Seasons connect projects across multiple platforms around a new organizing theme each fall, spring, and summer. Seasonal themes are generated by artists-in-residence, and the department’s...
IdeasCity is a collaborative, civic, and creative platform that explores the future of cities with arts and culture as driving forces. Founded in 2011, IdeasCity builds on the New Museum’s mission of “New Art, New Ideas” by extending the Museum beyond its walls into the civic realm. IdeasCity...
Inaugurated in 2009, Propositions was a monthly forum for public research that explores ideas in development. Each two-part seminar explored a topic of current interest or investigation in the invited speaker’s own artistic or intellectual practice. Inspired by the scientific method of hypothesis,...
In April 2009, the New Museum inaugurated an ongoing series of major triennials devoted to presenting works by early-career artists from around the world, and providing an important platform for a new generation of artists who shape the current discourse of contemporary art. The first in the series,
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...