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Staff Picks: April 2016

Looking for great art that’s worth the trek? We’ve got you covered. Here are a few exhibitions on view in and around New York City that we’ve seen and loved here at Art21.


Munch and Expressionism at Neue Galerie was so incredible my eyes hurt (but German Expressionism is my main squeeze).”

Bruno Nouril, Development Associate
Open till June 13th


“Fischli and Weiss’ How to Work Better at the Guggenheim is funny and surprising with a large range of work. Can something be serious AND playful? If so, this is the show.”

Joe Fusaro, Senior Education Advisor
Open till April 27th


“Venture out to Jersey City to see the Arnulf Rainer exhibition at the fantastic Mana Contemporary.”

Kerri Schlottman-Bright, Deputy Director
Open till October 15th


“I loved the Ellsworth Kelly Photographs show at Matthew Marks. It’s the first exhibition ever devoted to his photography. It’s moving to see the chance compositions; Kelly finished preparing the prints shortly before his death last year.”

Pauline Noyes, Education Initiatives Coordinator
Open till April 30th


“Amanda Parer’s Intrude is made of giant inflatable illuminated rabbits. It’s really cool to see in the evenings!”

—Georgina Zhao, Education Intern
On view till April 30th


“Loved Barbara Kasten’s performance projection on the I.M. Pei-designed Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas last week, and cannot wait for Sadie Benning’s upcoming show at Mary Boone and Callicoon Fine Arts.”

Tina Kukielski, Executive Director
Open April 28th – July 29th