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Yes, the ubiquitous year-end list is here. Some top highlights and transitions, many covered in this blog, and by no means comprehensive.

Latin-American photo portraits at the Brooklyn Museum, BAM's 150th season, de Kooning at MoMA, The New York Film Festival, and more.

Willem de Kooning is routinely portrayed as an "artist's artist," perhaps the paramount painter among a generation of geniuses. A pass through MoMA's comprehensive exhibition, "De Kooning: A Retrospective," pretty much elucidates why he's considered so great.

Photographer Jo Ractliffe's stark South African images at the Walther Collection and MoMA, Pascal Rioult returns to the Joyce, Bang on a Can Marathon, and more.

This week's arts and culture picks include parades, beekeeping, jazz, and a screening of Alejandro Jodorowsky's cult film, "The Holy Mountain."

The Morris-Jumel Mansion, free music at Symphony Space, Bach by Simone Dinnerstein at the Met, and German Expressionism at MoMA.

Interactive experiments in digital technology at the Museum of the Moving Image, the Noguchi Museum's 25th anniversary, guitar heroes at The Met, and more.

Christina Ha reports on what's happening in museums, galleries, and performance spaces around town, including MoMA's abstract expressionist exhibit, Faith Ringgold at Purchase College, and Mark Twain at the Morgan.

Christina Ha reports on what's happening in museums, galleries, and performance spaces around town, including MoMA's exhibit, “Abstract Expressionist New York,” "The Empty Hours" at Alice Tully Hall, “The Language Archive” at Laura Pels Theatre, and more.

SundayArts blogger Susan Yung reviews a concert by the Tallis Scholars at the renovated Alice Tully Hall, part of Lincoln Center's White Light Festival, and MoMA's mammoth exhibition, "Abstract Expressionist New York: The Big Picture."

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