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New York: Your Concise NYC Art Guide for February

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This month, check out a public art project, numerous new photography exhibitions, a showcase of recent Japanese cinema, and so much more. Our latest art guide rounds up 10 events worth catching in February.
On the streaming front, Christopher Inoa offers a sneak peek at this year’s Animation First Festival, an annual celebration of French animation, and fellow editor Dan Schindel shares news of a series dedicated to anarchism on film.
Looking for a break from the slush? There’s plenty to brush up on in our reviews section.
– Dessane Lopez Cassell, Editor, Reviews

Your NYC Art Guide for February
Reggie Burrows Hodges, "For the Greater Good: White Ground" acrylic and pastel on canvas, 80 x 96 inches (image courtesy the artist and Karma, New York)
Reggie Burrows Hodges, "For the Greater Good: White Ground" acrylic and pastel on canvas, 80 x 96 inches (image courtesy the artist and Karma, New York)
It’s February, and groundhog mumbles aside, we’re one month closer to sunshine and longer days. To break up some of the winter slush, we’ve rounded up 10 art events worth checking out.
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