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New York: 2020 in NY Exhibitions

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We made it to 2021! To kiss off one big headache of a year, we surveyed how New York’s art scene adapted to the circumstances of the pandemic in 2020. And to kick off 2021, we’ve highlighted some shows for you to consider making your first of the year.
– Dan Schindel, Associate Editor for Documentary

2020 in New York Exhibitions
Joiri Minaya, “Container #7” (image courtesy Baxter Street at the Camera Club of New York)
Joiri Minaya, “Container #7” (image courtesy Baxter Street at the Camera Club of New York)
Reflecting on 2020, it’s hard to hold back a shudder (or a list of expletives).
But between the mask mandates, vigorous protests, and precarity, there have been a few bright spots. In lieu of a traditional ranked list, we compiled a rundown of projects that sparked joy or challenged, moved, and stuck with us through it all.
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