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ALBANY

NEW YORK STATE MUSEUM
518-474-5877

“Shadow and Substance: African American Images from The Burns Archive” now-March 31. More than 100 works that show how African-Americans were seen by others and how they wished to be seen. “Before the Fall: Remembering the World Trade Center” now-April 28: Works by artists who were artists-in-residence at the World Trade Center, including works that were lost and recreated and work created in response to the collapse of the towers. One of four exhibits that make up the show “Reflecting on Sept. 11, 2001.”

BUFFALO

ALBRIGHT-KNOX ART GALLERY
716-882-8700

“Wish You Wee Here: The Buffalo Avant-Guarde in the 1970s” March 30-July 8: Exhibition that examines a creative ecology that flourished in Buffalo in the 1970s.

CORNING

THE CORNING MUSEUM OF GLASS

800-732-6845

“Masters of Studio Glass: Erwin Eisch” March 15-Feb. 3, 2013. Works by a glass master.

NEW YORK

ANIMAZING GALLERY

212-226-7374

“The Art of Yoko d’Holbachie” April 20-May 21: Paintings of fantastic creatures by the Japan-based artist.

ARTQUILT GALLERY
212-807-9451

“Walking Through Time” now-April 28: Work by Sue Brenner.

BROOKLYN MUSEUM
718-638-5000
“Newspaper Fiction: The New York Journalism of Djuna Barnes, 1913-1919” now-Aug. 19: Almost 50 objects including documentary photographs, drawings, works on paper, and Barnes’s stories in newsprint. “Rachel Kneebone: Regarding Rodin” now-Aug. 12: Fifteen works by Auguste Rodin next to eight large-scale sculptures by the British artist. “Keith Haring: 1978-1982” March 16-July 8: The first large-scale exhibition to explore his career, including 155 works.

THE CLOISTERS
212-923-3700
“The Game of Kings: Medieval Ivory Chessmen from the Isle of Lewis” now-April 22: Exhibition of more than 30 of the Lewis Chessmen, carved from walrus ivory, from the collection of the British Museum,.

FORBES GALLERIES

212-206-5548
“International Art Jewelry 1895-1925” now-March 17: Exhibition that shows the enormous range of pieces made during this period.

THE FRICK COLLECTION

212-288-0700

“Renoir, Impressionism, Full-Length Painting” now-May 8: Nine vertical and grand-scale paintings by Pierre-Auguste Renoir exploring his use of the full-length format.

GUGGENHEIM MUSEUM

212-423-3500
“John Chamberlain: Choices” now-May 13: Nearly 100 works from early iron rod sculptures to recent large-scale foil creations. “Francesca Woodman” March 16-May 13: More than 120 vintage photographs from Woodman’s brief but extraordinary career.

NANCY HOFFMAN GALLERY
212-966-6676
“
Collette Calascione” now-April 21: Realistic but fantastic images of people, mostly women, inspired by old photographs.

HOSFELT GALLERY
212-563-5454
“Luka Fineisen” now-March 31: New work.

THE JEWISH MUSEUM

212-423-3200
“The Radical Camera: New York’s Photo League, 1936-1951” now-March 25, 2012: A comprehensive look at the Photo League, which captured city life from the end of the Depression to the start of the Cold War. “Composed: Identity, Politics, Sex” now-June 30: Work by seven contemporary photographers that focuses on the politics of sex and desire.

METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART

212-535-7710
“Chinese Art in an Age of Revolution: Fu Baoshi (1904-1965)” now-April 15. Perhaps the greatest figure painter and landscapist of the modern period. “Byzantium and Islam: Age of Transition” now-July 8. Exhibition exploring the role of the Eastern Mediterranean from the Byzantine era to the modern age.

THE MORGAN LIBRARY & MUSEUM

212-685-0008
“
Rembrandt’s World: Dutch Drawings from the Clement C. Moore Collection” now-April 29: Exhibition focusing on artists who worked in their native land during the 17th century, the “Dutch Golden Age.”

MUSEUM OF ARTS AND DESIGN

212-229-7777
“Beauty in All Things: Japanese Art and Design” now-June 3: Works that highlight the Japanese concepts of beauty. “Swept Away: Dust, Ashes, and Dirt in Contemporary Art and Design” now-Aug. 12: Thirty-four works that have been created through the collection, removal, and reconstitution of ephemeral matter.

MUSEUM OF MODERN ART
212-708-9400

“Eugene Atget: Documents four artistes” now-April 9: Exhibition highlighting six highly focuses cross sections in the career of mater photographer Eugene Atget. “Diego Rivera: Murals for the Museum of Modern Art” now-May 14, 2012: Mural panels made for the museum, plus drawings and archival materials. “Glasstress New York: New Art from the Venice Biennales” now-June 10: An exhibition of the glass works created in the Murano studio of Adriano Berengo by an international group of artists.

NEW MUSEUM

212-219-1222
“
Isa Genzken: Rose II” now-July 31: A sculpture a rose, 28 feet tall, is the artist’s first public artwork in the United States.

PARK AVENUE ARMORY
914-788-0100
“The AIPAD Photography Show New York” March 29-April 1: More than 70 fine art photography studios will present museum-quality photographs from 19th-century masters as well as established and emerging contemporary artists.

7W NEW YORK
310-455-2886
“New York Arts of Pacific Asia” March 21-25: A show by 65 international galleries of Asian fine art and antiques.

PEEKSKILL

HUDSON VALLEY CENTER FOR CONTEMPORARY ART
914-788-0100
“CIRCA 1986” now-July: Sixty-five artworks by 47 international artists, created between 1981-91.

POUGHKEEPSKIE

THE FRANCES LEHMAN LOEB ART CENTER, VASSAR COLLEGE
845-437-7582
“Marco Maggi: Lentissimo” now-April 1: Fourteen colorful new works by the New Paltz artist who uses ordinary materials as a starting point.

ROSLYN HARBOR

NASSAU COUNTY MUSEUM OF ART

516-484-9338

“Jim Dine: Sculpture” March 31-July 8: Work by the painter, sculptor and graphic artists including some based on Carlo Collodi’s novel “The Adventures of Pinocchio.”

TARRYTOWN

SPRING CRAFTS AT LYNDHURST
845-331-7900
“Spring Crafts at Lyndhurst” May 4-6: The Hudson Valley’s most popular craft show is back for its 28th year.

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