New Museum Celebrates Fall Exhibitions

at The New Museum

Photos // Stephen Smith/ Art Zealous

Last night, the New Museum continued its celebrations in honor of its 40th anniversary by packing the house with eager museum-goers who have been patiently waiting for the museum’s fall exhibitions. The Museum presented “Alex Da Corte: Harvest Moon” as the debut installation in a new storefront window display in 231 Bowery. “Trigger: Gender as a Tool and a Weapon,” also opened alongside “Helen Johnson: Ends” in its Lobby Gallery, premiering a new series of paintings for the artist’s first exhibition in an American institution. These exhibitions join “Kahlil Joseph: Shadow Play” and “Petrit Halilaj: RU” which inaugurated the Museum’s South Galleries, the first phase of the Museum’s expansion into its adjacent building at 231 Bowery.



We highly suggest you make room on your calendar and check out the New Museum’s brilliant lineup. Click here for more information.  New Museum, 235 Bowery, New York, NY. 



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