The Autumn Art Scene 

What not to miss this season.

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International Center of Photography
Exhibits from every stage of photography’s
history in a sleek space.
1133 Sixth Ave.


Studio Museum in Harlem
Exhalts the ethnic diversity of Harlem with
shows of emerging artists.
144 W 125th St.


El Museo del Barrio
Shows art ranging from colonial portraiture
to contemporary Hispanic art.
1230 Fifth Ave.


Museum of the Moving Image, Astoria
Great film screenings and an extensive
collection of short digital videos.
35 Avenue at 36th St., Queens


American Folk Art Museum,
Regular exhibits of self-taught artists from
around the country.
45 W 53rd St.


The Cloisters
Medieval ruins and tapestries just a subway
ride away.
1000 Fifth Ave.

TOP 5 artists to watch

 


David Schnell
A Leipzig painter with skill to spare.


Chris Hanson and Hendrika Sonnenberg
Quirky, obsessive sculptures of banal
objects.


Aernout Mik
Staged videos of apocalyptic scenes.


Yuken Teruya
Delicate trees cut out of shopping bags.


Aaron Young
Cheeky photographs and videos of macho
rituals.


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