BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 CALSCALE:GREGORIAN PRODID:iCalendar-Ruby VERSION:2.0 BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20150702 DTSTAMP:20150702T231321 DTSTART:20150702 GEO:40.8400679;-73.8777053 LOCATION:Bronx River Art Center\,1087 East Tremont Avenue \nBronx\, NY 1046 0 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Virtual space in real sape\, DIBYENDU DEY UID:388939 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20150702T200000 DTSTAMP:20150702T231321 DTSTART:20150702T180000 GEO:40.8400679;-73.8777053 LOCATION:Bronx River Art Center\,1087 East Tremont Avenue \nBronx\, NY 1046 0 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Virtual space in real sape\, DIBYENDU DEY UID:388940 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Joshua Liner Gallery presents the third edition of Summe r Mixer\, a spirited group exhibition of emerging and established cont emporary artists. For some\, this will be their debut offering with the gal lery\, while others continue to foster a growing relationship with the exhi bition space. An extensive scope of artistic mediums is covered in this exh ibition including installation\, sculpture\, mixed media\, and painting. Summer Mixer opens with an artist&rsquo\;s reception on Thursday\, J uly 16\, 2015.

Berkeley-based artist Libby Black will present a selection of paintings and sculptures exploring commercial products\, lux ury designer items\, personal possessions\, and their influence in shaping an individual&rsquo\;s identity. EZ Duz It&mdash\;a guitar case co nstructed of paper and acrylic paint&mdash\;bears a collection of bumper st ickers with political statements\, fashion labels\, and positive affirmatio ns. The artist explains\, &ldquo\;Usually you can tell a person by their ca r and their bumper stickers&hellip\; a little bit of fashion\, pop culture\ , political statements and affirmations. It&rsquo\;s a mix of what I like\, and somewhat of a self-portrait\, although I feel all of my work is like t hat.&rdquo\;

Also working in a three-dimensional medium\, Broo klyn-based artist Daniel Joseph presents a new installation: When Actua lly That Was All That Was Really Happening. This piece exists in two s tages and forms\, alluding both physically and conceptually to Marcel Ducha mp&rsquo\;s seminal works The Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors\, Ev en (The Green Box)\, and The Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors\ , Even (The Large Glass). Like Duchamp&rsquo\;s Green Box\, t he first stage of Joseph&rsquo\;s work consists of a wooden box filled with 365 notes and drawings written to an ex-lover over the course of one year. Based on the Ebbinghaus curve (or forgetting curve)\, the writings are vis ually displayed in stage two between plexiglass panels\, mirroring Duchamp& rsquo\;s The Large Glass. Joseph explains\, &ldquo\;The result is a collection of real notes inside a fictional story&hellip\; profane love a s imagined inside something beautiful\, yet imperfect\, falling apart. A te stament and celebration of what was and remains unfinished.&rdquo\;
< br /> Geometric abstraction and painterly exploration is central to the wor k of Elise Ferguson\, Antonio Adriano Puleo\, and Eric Shaw. Ferguson&rsquo \;s works on MDF panel combine painting and relief printing\, exploring sim ple patterns with circles and rigid lines to form dynamic\, optical composi tions. While abstracted\, the emerging patterns in Ferguson&rsquo\;s work o ften resemble naturalistic elements such as lighting fixtures\, linoleum fl oor designs\, electric stovetops\, and industrial packaging. Antonio Adrian o Puleo&rsquo\;s abstract grid paintings and sculptures explore form\, colo r\, and process. Each work in the artist&rsquo\;s twelve by nine-inch works on panel bears an independent set of colors and structures. Unified by the ir identical size\, these grid paintings reveal the artist&rsquo\;s dedicat ion to the endless possibilities of simple patterns\, form\, and color comb inations.  \;Eric Shaw merges elements of geometric and gestural abstra ction in his vibrant works on canvas. Composing sketches on a smartphone dr awing app\, the artist translates fragments of these doodles onto canvas. S haw explains\, &ldquo\;I am interested in capturing a moment\, where all th e forms are still but feel as if they were just in motion. In some of the m ore complex compositions\, several sketches are incorporated\, and a landsc ape compiled of forms interact and create tension.&rdquo\;

Con trasting the angular geometric work of the aforementioned artists\, Brookly n-based Jane LaFarge Hamill explores a gestural\, impasto style of painting . Hamill&rsquo\;s abstract portraits on canvas capture the suggestion of a human figure with faces that are skewed and unrecognizable through her thic k slabs of paint and raised brushstrokes. The most recent work from the art ist examines emotion and identity as moving\, breathing\, and flowing human attributes\, constantly changing form.

Brooklyn-based artist Kristen Schiele mixes collage\, screen-printing\, and painting to create mu lti-layered planes in her patterned\, angular works on canvas. Combining sn ippets of architectural structures\, diamond Navajo patterns\, images of Ge rman B-movie actresses\, seven point stars\, and high contrast between dark tones and neon hues\, Schiele&rsquo\;s works are brimming with electric en ergy. The work pulsates with various references to the many places the arti st has lived around the United States and Germany. Describing her layered p rocess\, Schiele notes &ldquo\;The abruptness of a cut panel or a clash in painting\, drawing\, and printmaking techniques keeps the practice of paint ing exciting to me\, and keeps the picture plane jumping around.&rdquo\;

The otherworldly bronze sculptures by San Francisco artist Mario Martinez (Mars-1) are informed by cosmology\, extraterrestrial theories\, scientific phenomena\, and patterns occurring in nature. The artist&rsquo\; s round\, molecular shaped bronzes are detailed with concentric circular pa tterns reminiscent of Fibonacci sequences\, with evenly spaced impressions that are both naturalistic and very alien.

Lastly\, Barcelona- based artist Michael Swaney&rsquo\;s vivid works on canvas present fantasy worlds filled with geometric shapes\, mosaic patterns\, and clown-like figu res. Evoking influences of Art Brut and its pioneer Jean Dubuffet\, Swaney& rsquo\;s joyful use of line and sunny color palette exude the playfulness a nd innocence of a child&rsquo\;s drawing: heartwarming and uplifting.

Summer Mixer will be on view through August 21.

DTEND:20150821 DTSTAMP:20150702T231321 DTSTART:20150716 GEO:40.7516439;-74.0040883 LOCATION:Joshua Liner Gallery\,540 West 28th Street \nNew York\, NY 10001 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Summer Mixer\, Antonio Adriano Puleo\, Daniel Joseph\, Elise Fergus on\, Eric Shaw\, Jane LaFarge Hamill\, Kristen Schiele\, Libby Black\, Mars Mario Martinez\, Michael Swaney UID:388894 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20150716T200000 DTSTAMP:20150702T231321 DTSTART:20150716T180000 GEO:40.7516439;-74.0040883 LOCATION:Joshua Liner Gallery\,540 West 28th Street \nNew York\, NY 10001 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Summer Mixer\, Libby Black\, Elise Ferguson\, Jane LaFarge Hamill\, Daniel Joseph\, Mars Mario Martinez\, Antonio Adriano Puleo\, Kristen Schi ele\, Eric Shaw\, Michael Swaney UID:388895 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

June 2015\, Manhattan\, NY &ndash\; Causey Contemporary is p leased to present This Mortal Coil\, a solo exhibition of steel sculpture b y Jerry Ehrlich. Through his exploration of rebar\, Ehrlich allows his mate rial to escape its intended structural industrial use\; rather\, he allows the material to express itself. His coiled constructions incorporate balanc e and controlled tension\, defining space through open volume with linear m arks of steel.

Energy\, gravity\, climate and vibration are all considered during Ehrlich&rsquo\;s creative process. In a way\, he re-human izes the cold\, factory-produced material by forging and welding it out of its context\, revealing a bit of its essential beauty. Through his work\, E hrlich discusses relationships between man and nature\, use and reuse\, sta tic and action\, inside and out\, between moment and time.

Jerry Ehrlich received is Bachelor of Arts degree from Connecticut College.  \; He has been exhibiting in group and solo exhibitions since 1991 at such venues as the Warwick Art Museum\, RI\; the Fisher Museum\, NJ\; Galleria R oja\, Boston\, MA\; The Rhode Island Holocaust Museum\, and the Newport Art Museum\, RI. He has been awarded &ldquo\;best in show&rdquo\; at the Slate r Memorial Museum in Norwich\, CT\; the Newport Art Museum in Newport Rhode Island and at the Bristol Art Museum in Bristol\, Rhode Island. His newest series of rebar-based sculptures will be on view at Causey Contemporary in New York City\, as well as in a solo exhibition at the Newport Art Museum\ , both in 2012.

This Mortal Coil will be on view from October 15 \, 2015 &ndash\; November 15\, 2015. The public is invited to attend the op ening reception on October 15 thfrom 6 - 8 p.m. The exhibition will be open during normal gallery hours: Wed - Sat 11am- 7pm and Sun. 12 am - 6 pm.

For further information on Jerry Ehrlich\, please contact Causey C ontemporary at 212-966-2520 \; or via email at info@causeycontemporary< /p> DTEND:20151115 DTSTAMP:20150702T231321 DTSTART:20151015 GEO:40.7155483;-73.9917538 LOCATION:Causey Contemporary\,29 Orchard Street Lower East Side\nManhattan\ , NY 10002 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The Mortal Coil\, Jerry Ehrlich UID:388883 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20151015T200000 DTSTAMP:20150702T231321 DTSTART:20151015T180000 GEO:40.7155483;-73.9917538 LOCATION:Causey Contemporary\,29 Orchard Street Lower East Side\nManhattan\ , NY 10002 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The Mortal Coil\, Jerry Ehrlich UID:388884 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

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Manhattan\, NY\, June 2015: Cau sey Contemporary is pleased to announce\, The Continuing Line\, an exhibiti on by Elise Freda\, from September 9th till October 11th. A reception will be held on September 9th from 6 - 8 pm.

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&ldquo\;My paintings and dr awings have long been both abstract and based in nature\," explains Freda. They begin with observation. I find my shapes\, colors\, spaces\, textures and line in the trees\, plants\, fields\, mountains and skies that surround my studio in Callicoon's rolling Beechwoods.&rdquo\; 


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The title o f this exhibit\, The Continuing Line\, evolved from Freda&rsquo\;s recognit ion that line has been a constant in her work since 1980.


&l dquo\;The line starts as part of the underpainting\, weaves through the bui lding of layers\, and ends up on the surface of my paintings and works on p aper\,&rdquo\; said Freda.


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Her paintings explore a world of contra st: light/dark\, warm/cool\, surface/depth\, and organic/ geometric. Her wo rk is process oriented\, and she finds her image during the process of maki ng it.


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&ldquo\;All of the changes\, additions and subtractions bec ome part of the finished work\,&rdquo\; she explains. &ldquo\;I enjoy the m ystery of abstraction\, the unknown eventually evolving in to the known.&rd quo\;


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Freda came to the Upper Delaware River Valley from New Jerse y in 1965 when her parents\, Fred and Helga Andkjar\, both artists\, bought a farmhouse with land and a barn for a studio in Callicoon.


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&ldqu o\;It was a good place to grow up as the outdoors played a major role and t he Delaware River was a perfect playground\,&rdquo\; she recalls.


< br /> She and her husband Joe returned to the river valley in 1993 when Eli se became Gallery Director for the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance. Her work has been exhibited extensively in group and solo shows throughout New York State\, Pennsylvania\, and across the U.S.\; her work has been reviewed in The New York Times\, The Wall St. Journal\, The Boston Globe and The Brookl yn Rail.


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Artist&rsquo\;s Statement

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My paintings begin with loo king out my windows at a dramatic\, southern view of the Catskills. Morning 's mist envelopes the creek valley\, mysteriously revealing and concealing. Afternoon brings warm light and shadows falling on the grid of fields and stonewalls. Tall\, inky trees contrast against glowing skies of dusk and tw ilight. Night brings rich darkness punctuated by stars and moons. At all ti mes there is a constant touchstone of a long\, languid\, line of light wher e the mountains meet the sky.

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My visual response to these elements of nature is translated in to the lines\, gestures\, atmospheric spaces and geometric shapes found in my paintings. I use this vocabulary to find my i mages during the process of making them.

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Biography

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Ms. Fred a has been developing and exhibiting her paintings since 1990. Her works ha ve appeared in both group and solo shows throughout the Eastern United Stat es at such places as the Randall Beck Gallery in Boston\, Stephen Haller Ga llery in New York\, the Lorraine Kessler Gallery in Poughkeepsie\, the Bana na Factory in Pennsylvania\, The Delaware Arts Center\, the Amarillo Museum of Art\, Binghamton University and Skidmore College among others. Her work s are in the permanent collections of Coventry Paper\, Canter Fitzgerald an d Champion Paper. Additionally\, they have been published in The New York T imes\, The Philadelphia Inquirer\, The Brooklyn Rail\, The Boston Globe and the Times Herald Record.

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DTEND:20151011 DTSTAMP:20150702T231321 DTSTART:20150909 GEO:40.7155483;-73.9917538 LOCATION:Causey Contemporary\,29 Orchard Street Lower East Side\nManhattan\ , NY 10002 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The Continuing Line\, Elise Freda UID:388879 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20150909T200000 DTSTAMP:20150702T231321 DTSTART:20150909T180000 GEO:40.7155483;-73.9917538 LOCATION:Causey Contemporary\,29 Orchard Street Lower East Side\nManhattan\ , NY 10002 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The Continuing Line\, Elise Freda UID:388880 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:
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Line as Structure or Continuati on Opens at Causey Contemporary
featuring works by Nancy Berlin\, Aly ssa Dennis\, Amelie Ducommun &\; Emily Moore

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Manhattan\, NY\, Ju ne 2015: Causey Contemporary is pleased to announce the opening of their su mmer exhibition\, Line as Structure or Continuation featuring the paintings of Nancy Berlin\, Alyssa Dennis\, Amelie Ducommun and Emily Moore. The exh ibition opens with a reception on July 16th from 6 - 8 pm and then runs thr ough August 16\, 2015 during the gallery&rsquo\;s hours of Wednesday - Satu rday 11 am - 7 pm &\; Sundays 12-6 pm.

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Many times a line is view ed as a beginning point\, a means to an end. In this exhibition\, the focus is split between architectural line or line that indicates a structure and line that serves as a continuation of a thought form\, one that indicates a presence either structural or organic. Further\, the line might be the ac tual division between structure and the organic world. Several artists who have recently crossed the curator&rsquo\;s path are playing with these unde rlying themes. Since line in this context is harder to embody in two rather than three dimensions\, curator\, Tracy Causey-Jeffery has chosen works wh ich are all created on the two dimensional plane and so appear together in the exhibition\, Line as Structure or Continuation.

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As the curator\ , Ms. Causey-Jeffery has made a further decision and focused on the art of four female painters for she felt that within the realms of art and archite cture\, the female point of view when discussing line as structure or indic ation of the continuation of a form is often absent. The painters selected are Nancy Berlin\, Alyssa Dennis\, Amelie Ducommun and Emily Moore.

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Nancy Berlin was born in New York City and\, after graduating from Barnard College\, received her MA in painting and printmaking at Hunter College. S he has received grants for her drawings from the Massachusetts Cultural Cou ncil\, the New York Foundation for the Arts and the Berkshire Taconic Found ation. She has had residencies at the American Academy in Rome\, at Centrum in Port Townsend\, Washington\, and at the New Pacific Studio in Mt. Bruce \, New Zealand. Her work is in the collections of the Cape Cod Museum of Ar t\, the Davis Museum at Wellesley College\, the Boston Public Library and m any corporate and private collections. She has exhibited her drawings\, pri nts and paintings in one-person and group shows at galleries she has been a ffiliated with in New York City\, Boston\, Seattle and Charleston\, West Vi rginia. She currently lives and works most of the year in Truro\, Massachus etts. Her work has long been concerned with mapping change.

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Alyssa Dennis is a native of Baltimore\, MD that now resides in Brooklyn\, NY. She holds an MFA from Tulane University and a BFA from Maryland Institute Coll ege of Art. She currently has representation
with Johanssen Gallery\, Berlin. In addition she has had representation from Kesting/Ray\, NYC and Ellen Miller Gallery\, Boston. Alyssa has exhibited at Pulse LA and ImPulse \, Miami as well as Fountain Art Fair. She just recently had a solo show wi th White Walls\,SF April\, 2015 and is pleased to be showing for the first time with Causey Contemporary\, NY.

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Amélie Ducommun was born in 1983 to a French -Swiss artist. She studied fine arts in Barcelona in 2003 and then graduate d from Les Arts Decoratifs in Paris in 2009. She currently works between Pa ris and Bordeaux. Amelie is a member of the Academy of France in Madrid and was part of the &ldquo\;Casa de Velazques&rdquo\; from 2009 -2011. She won the George Wildensteind Laureate award in 2011 and the silver medal for th e 7th Jeux de la Francophonie in 2013. Her work is part of the permanent co llection of the Miro Foundation as well as numerous private collections.

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Emily Moore graduated with a first class degree from Edinburgh Colleg e of Art in 2013. In 2012 she was awarded the Royal Scottish Academy Keith Prize for the best student work and during her final year she was selected for the Saatchi New Sensations Longlist. Following graduation Moore was sho rtlisted as one of ten finalists for the Griffin Art Prize\, appearing in a n exhibition at The Griffin Gallery in London\, where she was awarded the G riffin Art Prize People's Choice Award and a sponsored artist award. Since graduating Moore has shown her work internationally as well as regularly ex hibiting at the Annual Royal Scottish Academy Open Exhibitions. She current ly lives and works in Edinburgh\, Scotland.

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Line as Structure or Co ntinuation featuring the paintings of Nancy Berlin\, Alyssa Dennis\, Amelie Ducommun and Emily Moore will open with a reception on July 16th from 6 - 8 pm and then run through August 16\, 2015 during the gallery&rsquo\;s hour s of Wednesday - Saturday 11 am - 7 pm &\; Sundays 12-6 pm at the Causey Contemporary located at 29 Orchard Street in Manhattan\, New York. For mor e information contact the gallery by telephone at 212-966-2520 or via email info@causeycontemporary.com

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Edward Hopper House presents a group exhibition featuring 16 artists who challenge traditional notions of home and domestic life. \ ; \; In the 19th Century\, many artists produced sentimental visions of life and the idyllic family. \; \; By contrast\, the artists in th is exhibition employ a variety of techniques and mediums to reveal the comp lexity of everyday life. \; Reexamining the idealized social and famili al expectations of family and home\, they choose to highlight the layered m eanings of relationship tensions\, roles\, rituals\, and personal and cultu ral traditions. \; \;

DTEND:20151018 DTSTAMP:20150702T231321 DTSTART:20150822 GEO:41.093285;-73.918106 LOCATION:Edward Hopper House Art Center\,82 North Broadway \nNyack\, NY 109 60 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Behind Doors and Through Windows: Reflections on Contemporary Domes tic Life\, Adam Brent\, Borinquen Gallo\, Sarah Holcomb & Patrick Sandefur\ , Daniel Kazimierski\, Tara Kopp\, Eileen McAvery\, Ingrid Menendez\, Britt any Miller\, Josh Millis\, Shervone Neckles\, Eileen Brady Nelson\, Kristen Nelson\, Jeanie Neyer\, Christine Randolph\, David Spear\, Traci Talasco UID:388876 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

CURATOR&rsquo\;S EYE TOURS

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Fridays\, 12 pm

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Private gallery tours of the museu m&rsquo\;s summer exhibitions led by Guggenheim curators.

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July 10: Storylines: Contemporary Art at the Guggenheim

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Carmen Hermo\, Assistant Curator

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July 31*: Storylines: Contemporary Art at the Guggenheim

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Nat Trotman\, Associate Curator

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August 14: Doris Salcedo

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Susan Thomps on\, Assistant Curator

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September 11*: Doris Sa lcedo

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Katherine Brinson\, Curator\, Contempor ary Art

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Free with museum admission. *Tour will be interpreted in American Sign Language. For more \;info rmation\, visit guggenheim.org/calendar.< /strong>

DTEND:20150911T140000 DTSTAMP:20150702T231321 DTSTART:20150911T120000 GEO:40.782979;-73.958867 LOCATION:Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum\,1071Fifth Ave. \nNew York\, NY 10128 -0173 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Curator's Eye Tours UID:388826 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

CURATOR&rsquo\;S EYE TOURS

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Fridays\, 12 pm

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Private gallery tours of the museu m&rsquo\;s summer exhibitions led by Guggenheim curators.

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July 10: Storylines: Contemporary Art at the Guggenheim

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Carmen Hermo\, Assistant Curator

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July 31*: Storylines: Contemporary Art at the Guggenheim

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Nat Trotman\, Associate Curator

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August 14: Doris Salcedo

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Susan Thomps on\, Assistant Curator

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September 11*: Doris Sa lcedo

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Katherine Brinson\, Curator\, Contempor ary Art

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Free with museum admission. *Tour will be interpreted in American Sign Language. For more \;info rmation\, visit guggenheim.org/calendar.< /strong>

DTEND:20150814T140000 DTSTAMP:20150702T231321 DTSTART:20150814T120000 GEO:40.782979;-73.958867 LOCATION:Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum\,1071Fifth Ave. \nNew York\, NY 10128 -0173 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Curator's Eye Tours UID:388825 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

CURATOR&rsquo\;S EYE TOURS

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Fridays\, 12 pm

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Private gallery tours of the museu m&rsquo\;s summer exhibitions led by Guggenheim curators.

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July 10: Storylines: Contemporary Art at the Guggenheim

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Carmen Hermo\, Assistant Curator

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July 31*: Storylines: Contemporary Art at the Guggenheim

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Nat Trotman\, Associate Curator

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August 14: Doris Salcedo

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Susan Thomps on\, Assistant Curator

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September 11*: Doris Sa lcedo

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Katherine Brinson\, Curator\, Contempor ary Art

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Free with museum admission. *Tour will be interpreted in American Sign Language. For more \;info rmation\, visit guggenheim.org/calendar.< /strong>

DTEND:20150731T140000 DTSTAMP:20150702T231321 DTSTART:20150731T120000 GEO:40.782979;-73.958867 LOCATION:Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum\,1071Fifth Ave. \nNew York\, NY 10128 -0173 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Curator's Eye Tours UID:388824 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

CURATOR&rsquo\;S EYE TOURS

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Fridays\, 12 pm

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Private gallery tours of the museu m&rsquo\;s summer exhibitions led by Guggenheim curators.

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July 10: Storylines: Contemporary Art at the Guggenheim

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Carmen Hermo\, Assistant Curator

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July 31*: Storylines: Contemporary Art at the Guggenheim

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Nat Trotman\, Associate Curator

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August 14: Doris Salcedo

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Susan Thomps on\, Assistant Curator

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September 11*: Doris Sa lcedo

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Katherine Brinson\, Curator\, Contempor ary Art

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Free with museum admission. *Tour will be interpreted in American Sign Language. For more \;info rmation\, visit guggenheim.org/calendar.< /strong>

DTEND:20150710T140000 DTSTAMP:20150702T231321 DTSTART:20150710T120000 GEO:40.782979;-73.958867 LOCATION:Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum\,1071Fifth Ave. \nNew York\, NY 10128 -0173 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Curator's Eye Tours UID:388823 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

MIND&rsquo\;S EYE PROGRAMS

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Wednesdays\, July 8 and September 9\, 2 pm

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For vis itors who are blind or have low vision\, tours and workshops focused on the Guggenheim&rsquo\;s \;summer exhibitions are presente d through Verbal Descriptions and touch.

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Free with reservations. For more information\, visit guggenheim.org /mindseye.

DTEND:20150909T160000 DTSTAMP:20150702T231321 DTSTART:20150909T140000 GEO:40.782979;-73.958867 LOCATION:Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum\,1071Fifth Ave. \nNew York\, NY 10128 -0173 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Mind's Eye Programs UID:388821 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

MIND&rsquo\;S EYE PROGRAMS

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Wednesdays\, July 8 and September 9\, 2 pm

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For vis itors who are blind or have low vision\, tours and workshops focused on the Guggenheim&rsquo\;s \;summer exhibitions are presente d through Verbal Descriptions and touch.

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Free with reservations. For more information\, visit guggenheim.org /mindseye.

DTEND:20150708T160000 DTSTAMP:20150702T231321 DTSTART:20150708T140000 GEO:40.782979;-73.958867 LOCATION:Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum\,1071Fifth Ave. \nNew York\, NY 10128 -0173 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Mind's Eye Programs UID:388820 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Doris Salcedo: A Symposium

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Friday\, October 2\, 11 am

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Scholars and writers jo in Doris Salcedo to address issues of trauma\, memory\, and loss.< /p>\n

$12\, $8 members\, Free students with RSVP. For information \, visit guggenheim.org/calendar.

DTEND:20151002T170000 DTSTAMP:20150702T231321 DTSTART:20151002T110000 GEO:40.782979;-73.958867 LOCATION:Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum\,1071Fifth Ave. \nNew York\, NY 10128 -0173 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Doris Salcedo: A Symposium\, Doris Salcedo UID:388819 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Film Screening: Doris Salcedo&rsquo\;s Public Wo rks

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Daily\, June 26&ndash\;October 12\, 11 am &ndash\;5:30 pm

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New Media Theater

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A short video documenting the artist&rsquo\;s site-specific public projects and architectural interventions is \;screene d continuously in conjunction with the exhibition.

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Free with admission. For more information\, visit guggenh eim.org/filmscreenings.

DTEND:20151012 DTSTAMP:20150702T231321 DTSTART:20150626 GEO:40.782979;-73.958867 LOCATION:Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum\,1071Fifth Ave. \nNew York\, NY 10128 -0173 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Film Screening: Doris Salcedo's Public Works\, Doris Salcedo UID:388817 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

EYE TO EYE: GALLERY READINGS

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Wednesdays\, July 8 and 22\, 6:30 pm

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In these in timate evening programs\, contemporary authors read texts inspired by works on view in \;Storylines: Contemporary Art at the Guggenheim along with other selections of their choice. Each \;program is followed by a reception.

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July 8: Michael Cunningham and Kathryn Harrison

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Ju ly 22: Kenneth Goldsmith and Yusef Komunyakaa

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$18\ , $12 members\, $8 students. Tickets available June 5. For more information \, visit \;guggenheim.org/calendar.

DTEND:20150722T200000 DTSTAMP:20150702T231321 DTSTART:20150722T183000 GEO:40.782979;-73.958867 LOCATION:Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum\,1071Fifth Ave. \nNew York\, NY 10128 -0173 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Eye to Eye: Gallery Readings UID:388812 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

EYE TO EYE: GALLERY READINGS

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Wednesdays\, July 8 and 22\, 6:30 pm

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In these in timate evening programs\, contemporary authors read texts inspired by works on view in \;Storylines: Contemporary Art at the Guggenheim along with other selections of their choice. Each \;program is followed by a reception.

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July 8: Michael Cunningham and Kathryn Harrison

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Ju ly 22: Kenneth Goldsmith and Yusef Komunyakaa

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$18\ , $12 members\, $8 students. Tickets available June 5. For more information \, visit \;guggenheim.org/calendar.

DTEND:20150708T200000 DTSTAMP:20150702T231321 DTSTART:20150708T183000 GEO:40.782979;-73.958867 LOCATION:Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum\,1071Fifth Ave. \nNew York\, NY 10128 -0173 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Eye to Eye: Gallery Readings UID:388811 END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR