Wednesday, November 21, 2012

November 2012 Newsletters: Thanksgiving Greetings

Dear friends,

We have much to be thankful for during this Thanksgiving and Holiday Season.  For many, it's is having electricity and heat after lengthy power outages due to Hurricane Sandy and Nor'Ester Athena.

However, many people still suffer from losses incurred by these storms and other serious reverses.
While we celebrate our good fortune, please consider those who have lost so much.  Here is a link to a list of several organizations that need our help.

As you know, the New York Arts Exchange had to postpone two tours, because of the storms.
Our next tour will be on Wednesday, November 28:
"Caribbean Art," El Museo del Barrio, 1230 Fifth Avenue at 104th St,  We meet a 1 pm.  $60 per tour.

Our remaining tours for the Fall Season:
November 28 - El Museo del Barrio
December 5 - Private studio visit with Ellen K Levy
December 12 - Matisse at the Met.
December 19 - Bellows and Bernini at the Met
December 26 - Brooklyn Museum

Closing Soon:
The Duchamps, Francis Naumann Fine Arts, closing Friday, November 23.
This show is a must-see this season.  Here is the New York Times review
"Martha Rosler's Meta-Monumental Garage Sale," Museum of Modern Art, through November 30.

Closing in December:
Malcolm  D. MacDougall III, 287 Spring Gallery, through December 8
"Regarding Warhol: Sixty Artists, Fifty Years," Metropolitan Museum, through December 31

Closing in January:
Saika Hoisu, Japan Society, through January 6.
The Quay Brothers, Museum of Modern Art, through January 7
Rosemarie Trockel, New Museum, through January 20
Picasso Black and White, Guggenheim Museum, through January 23
"Mantegne to Matisse: Drawings from the Courtauld," Frick Museum, through January 27
"Faking It: Manipulated Photos before Photoshop," Met Museum, through January 27
Lin Tianmaio, Asia Society, through January 27.

Opening Thursday, December 13: Masako Inkyo's recent work at Onishi Gallery.
Look for an invitation soon.

Best wishes for the Holiday Season,

Beth S. Gersh-Nesic
New York Arts Exchange 

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