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The New Museum's Ostalgia show, through September 25, is a level-headed survey of artists whose work relates to the collapse of the communist bloc in eastern Europe and the Soviet Union in the late 20th century.

Painter George Condo at the New Museum, Merce Cunningham Dance Company's legacy tour, and Asia Week New York 2011.

In the summer, the art world reverts to a kind of school semester mentality. Galleries shut on Saturdays if they’re even open to the public (and even then, close altogether in August), and often mount group shows based on whimsical themes. Museums, however, are obliged to stay open and service the hordes of visitors, but [...]

Fifty artists from twenty-five countries, all under the age of 33 are presented in “Younger Than Jesus,” the first edition of “The Generational,” the New Museum‘s new signature triennial. This exhibit offers a rich, intricate, multidisciplinary exploration of the work being produced by a new generation of artists born after 1976. Known to demographers, marketers, [...]

This Spring, two museum shows pegged to age groups are facing off from each other across the length of Manhattan. Downtown, through July 5, the New Museum of Contemporary Art is presenting the first in its series of “generationals”—tri-annual surveys of contemporary artists aged 33 and under—titled “Younger Than Jesus.” Uptown, through August 2, the [...]

Walking over to the shimmering New Museum to see the exhibition After Nature, I stepped over a dead baby bird on Prince Street, and then some oily treacle running down the Bowery. It was a suitable overture to the show, which “surveys a landscape… darkened by uncertain catastrophe.” This clever and terrifying collection of work [...]

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