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New York: Your Concise NYC Art Guide for March

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Mar 10, 2021 • View in browser
’Tis the season. Spring is upon us and our jam-packed art guide for March is here, featuring highly anticipated shows from Lorraine O'Grady, Niki de Saint Phalle, and Kenneth Tam, among others. But let’s not get all willy-nilly like it’s 2019. Grab those masks and keep it moving (at a distance).
Also worth checking out: contributor Rachell Morillo reflects on the New Museum’s searing exhibition, Grief and Grievance, which she calls “a succinct document of our time: the age of Black Lives Matter and Donald Trump, Obama and Charleston, shifts towards equity and constant retaliation.”
Aaaand, Asia Week New York starts tomorrow (March 11). Scroll below for Lisa Zhang’s picks from the robust virtual slate.
– Dessane Lopez Cassell, Editor, Reviews

Here's What to See in NY This Month
Your Concise New York Art Guide for March 2021
Events to Catch
Traverse Miles and Millennia From Home at Asia Week New York
The Latest French Films, From Trans Stories to a Travelogue With a Donkey
Black Visionaries Challenge the Exclusionary History of Architecture In This Online MoMA Class
Latest Reviews
Grief and Grievance Honors the Weight and Wake of Racial Violence
Mildred Thompson’s Confounding, Cosmological Abstractions
Vicky Colombet’s Vision of Endless Change
Mario Schifano’s Greatness
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