Metropolitan Museum of Art:The Met presents a collection of decorative, architectural, and religious pieces from the private residence of one of China’s most extravagant emperors, built in the Forbidden City during the 18th century.
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Brooklyn Museum:"Lorna Simpson: Gathered" Lorna Simpson uses vintage photographs and drawings, which she finds on eBay and at flea markets, to explore the crossover between fact and fiction, identity and history.
Benrimon Contemporary:Baradaran uses an Augmented Reality Smartphone app to toy with the image of the Mona Lisa. The result is a 52-second video that questions the Mona Lisa's role as a cultural icon of France, despite her and Da Vinci’s Italian origins.
Sikkema Jenkins & Co.:Herrera presents drawings and large-scale wall paintings that explore ideas of fragmentation and impure abstraction.
Tyler Rollins:"Tracey Moffatt: Still and Moving"Tracey Moffatt presents a series of photographs called “Plantation,” which feature images of a colonial house with a dark figure lurking in the foreground. The atmosphere of the images evokes questions of race, class, and colonialism.