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New York  2 September 2020
 
Plan your safe visit to museums and galleries

Welcome back, we hope you had some well-deserved time off. Most museums and galleries are now ready to welcome visitors back for brand new events and exhibitions. There are some excellent shows in the pipeline, so get your calendars ready.

While we're still in the middle of a pandemic, let's all follow some basic safety guidelines to make sure our trips to any IRL event or exhibition is safe for everyone.

Before your visit

(1) Most museums and galleries have had to significantly limit their visitor numbers. They've now introduced timed slots or are open by appointment only. Book your visit online in advance or confirm attendance via email.

(2) While we're trying our best to stay on top of all the moving parts, we might not always get it right. Please check organisers' websites to confirm opening times and guidelines on the day of your visit.

(3) If possible, make your journey by cycling or walking. If you make a journey on public transport, avoid travelling at peak times and wear a face covering.

After your visit

The last four months have been incredibly challenging for our entire industry. Art spaces, galleries and museums of all sizes face a severely uncertain future. With their doors shut for such a long time, and income generated via admissions, hospitality and other activities lost, complete closure was, and still is, a real prospect for many spaces. Times are hard for everyone, but if you are one of the lucky ones or if you can offer financial support, there are few ways you can do that: You can make a donation to your favourite space, become a member or have a cuppa at their coffee shop.

Image: Pieter Schoolwerth, Shifted Sims. On view at Petzel Gallery New York, 3 Sep 2020 – 31 Oct 2020

 
Openings and events
2 September – 9 September 2020
 
2 Wednesday
 
Exhibitions opening to the public
 

Dan Herschlein: Dweller
until 18 Oct 2020
JTT, 10002

Nicola Tyson: Sense of Self
until 3 Oct 2020
Petzel Gallery Uptown, 10065

Terri Friedman: Rewire
until 29 Sep 2020
CUE Art Foundation, 10001

 
3 Thursday
 
Exhibitions opening to the public
 

Pieter Schoolwerth: Shifted Sims
until 31 Oct 2020
Petzel Gallery, NY 10011

RAUL DE LARA I Wake Up In A Foreign Country Every Day
until 17 Oct 2020
Ethan Cohen Gallery, 10011

Mariano Ferrante: Studies
until 31 Oct 2020
Art Projects International, 10013

 
Opening receptions
Thursday 3 September
 
RAUL DE LARA I Wake Up In A Foreign Country Every Day
Ethan Cohen Gallery, 10011
12:00
 
5 Saturday
 
Exhibitions opening to the public
 

Mosie Romney: Evening Lark
until 10 Oct 2020
Y2K group, 10013

 

 

 

 

 
8 Tuesday
 
 
Events
Tuesday 8 September
 
Event: Terry Allen & the Panhandle Mystery Band
Pioneer Works, 11231
20:00 - 23:00
 
9 Wednesday
 
Exhibitions opening to the public
 

James Evans: "A Manner of Forgetting"
until 10 Oct 2020
GR gallery, 10002

Isaac Aden: Vespers and Auroras
until 4 Oct 2020
David Richard Gallery, 10035

Rachel Libeskind: Athenian Salt
until 18 Oct 2020
signs and symbols, 10002

Susumu Kamijo
until 11 Oct 2020
Jack Hanley Gallery, 10002

 

 

 

 

 
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