The 20x200 Weekender: What's Up, Art World? February 14 2015
We've compiled a list of great things going on this (long, maybe even romantic?) weekend–all across the country and all over the Internet–for you to check out. So if you're relaxing at home or out on the town, we've got you covered. – Team 20x200
1. Ann Toebbe's Show
After getting rave reviews from both Roberta Smith in the New York Times and Jerry Saltz in New York Magazine for her current show "Remarried" at Monya Rowe Gallery, Ann's beautiful collages and mind-bending perspective have never been hotter.
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2. The Cubism Exhibit at the Met
Closing at the end of this weekend, the "Cubism" exhibit is Leonard A. Lauder's previously private collection of 81 pieces on display for the first time ever. A mix of Braque, Gris, Léger, and Picasso all in the same place? Sounds like a mix for the sweetest Saturday.
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3. Lisa Congdon's Interviews
Lisa has been popping up all over the place, with art and interviews in publications such as Mohawk, Commarts , Design Sponge, and most recently Martha Stewart. What better way to spend a Sunday morning than sipping coffee while catching up on all of her awesome projects?
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4. Titus Kaphar's show at Jack Shainman Gallery
Kaphar's stunning work is being shown in two parts at the gallery's twin locations - "Drawing the Blinds" at 20th Street and "Asphalt and Chalk" at 24th Street. Swing by both spots to soak in the commentary on an "alternate history," as peeked through slashed, cut, peeled, and layered pieces.
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5. National Gallery of Art Pop Up Studio
Going all weekend in the East Building at the National Gallery of Art in DC, this studio space is open to all ages to make, create, sculpt, paint, and more. It's fun, it's free... what else can you ask for?
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6. Virtual Tour of the Matisse Exhibit
Don't live in New York? Snowed in? Didn't find the right time to go? Don't fret! While "Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs" closed at the Museum of Modern Art a few days ago, The New York Times has made it possible to view all of the exhibit online. Experience the entire show in all its colorful glory from your bed, your office, and everywhere in between.
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