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Calendar, Night&Day Stop Picking at It

Stop Picking at It

Let your brain off-leash: In this most literal-minded phase of the year, we prescribe abstract art. Go to “Hard Edges for Hard Times,” and stand slack-jawed in front of Dorothy Napangardi's Salt on Mina Mina; think to yourself “She could…
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Calendar, Night&Day Stop Picking at It

Stop Picking at It

Let your brain off-leash: We prescribe abstract art. Go to “Hard Edges for Hard Times,” and stand slack-jawed in front of Dorothy Napangardi's Salt on Mina Mina; think to yourself “She could have put those dots anywhere, but she chose…
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Culture, Art

Artbeat

"2x4." Wallpaper is cool again. Design collective 2x4's first solo museum exhibit is plastered from floor to ceiling with vertical strips of the stuff, each documenting a different design project. Best known for collaborations with star-chitect Rem Koolhaas, 2x4's…
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Calendar, See/Be Seen Beginner's Mind

Beginner's Mind

ONGOING 7/2-10/16 Walking through the galleries of a Richard Tuttle exhibit is like walking through a joyfully conceived playground. More animate than inanimate, his artworks don't hang like paintings on a wall, but come alive in 3-D, dancing around the…
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