Exhibit See: 5 Openings to See This Week in NYC (Feb 1-7)

Exhibit See: 5 Openings to See This Week in NYC (Feb 1-7)
Camel Art Space: "Netiquette" (opens February 4). Artists such as Janos Stone and Winslow Smith explore the new social space that has been created by the semi-anonymity of the Internet. 722 Metropolitan Ave. (Brooklyn)

 

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum: "The Great Upheaval: Modern Art from the Guggenheim Collection, 1910-18" (opens February 4). The Guggenheim pulls out its own collection of works which express the modernist view and artistic collaboration of the period from 1910-1918. 1071 5th Ave., (212) 423-3500

Traffic Art Space: "Daniel Egneus: Little Red Riding Hood" (opens February 1). Daniel Igneus re-imagines the story of Little Red Riding Hood with his works on paper. 136 East 74th St., (212) 734-0041


Hosfelt Gallery: "Jim Campbell: 4 Works" (opens February 3). Jim Campbell uses custom L.E.D. technology to produce works that explore human perception and memory. 531 West 36th St.,  (212) 563-5454

Strong Gallery: "The Tata Gala" (opens February 5). A group of artists comes together to support cancer research and celebrate, yes you heard 'em right, breasts. 424 Broadway, 2nd Fl., (212) 226-4286

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