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04.14.14 Andy Cush

Show up to the New Museum April 23-27 and you may snag a free piece of art. Guided by renowned Polish sculptor Pawel Althamer, the museum’s fourth floor has been operating as a collaborative art space for the past two months, in which any attendee is encouraged to draw or paint whatever they’d like directly on […]

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03.11.14 Andy Cush

Today’s issue of Metro features an ANIMAL cover story about “The Neighbors,” an exhibition of Polish artist Pawel Althamer’s work at the New Museum. Draftsmen’s Congress, one of the works in the exhibition, asks attendees to draw and paint on the museum’s walls and floor, resulting in an immersive kaleidoscope of colors. According to Althamer, Draftsmen’s Congress, with its invitation to […]

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12.19.13 Marina Galperina

Next year, renowned Polish artist Paweł Althamer’s first U.S. solo exhibit will sprawl across three floors of the New Museum. The artist known for his “consistently experimental models of social collaboration” is re-launching his 2012 Berlin Biennial installation pictured above, The Draftsmen’s Congress. Over the course of the exhibition, the blank white space of the New Museum’s Fourth Floor […]

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03.03.10 Marina Galperina

The New Museum is packed tight with coveted art bling today. Rummaging through Dakis Joannou’s voluminous, much-talked-about private collection, guest curator Jeff Koons has turned up some cool stuff. The phrase “museum ethics” hasn’t really crossed my mind, but “fruit salad” has. […]

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