newmuseum New in our #FirstLook: New Art Online series (now co-presented with @rhizomedotorg!) is "Opening the Kimono" by artist Frances Stark and #Snapchat developer David Kravitz. Check it out at newmuseum.org or at rhizome.org 16h

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newmuseum We teamed up with @chapmanskateboards to create a limited edition skate deck in the shape of our SANAA-designed building! Check it out in store or at newmuseumstore.org #skateboard #skatedeck 2d

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newmuseum Neïl Beloufa, "Maya," 2008/2014 #HereandElsewhere 5d

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newmuseum Mohamed Larbi Rahali's work on "Omri" [My Life] began in 1984 with a tiny doodle on a discarded matchbox. 30 years later, Rahali's matchbox works number in the thousands, with new blank boxes continuing to provide miniature settings for his ever-expanding cast of characters. #HereandElsewhere 6d

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newmuseum Detail of Hassan Sharif's "Suspended Objects" (2011) in the Lobby Gallery #HereandElsewhere 7d

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newmuseum @charleslutz has created a beautiful installation in our Store window for his limited edition ceramic vase, "The Corruptible." The vase is cast from an unused 1940s bottle that would have been intended for the christening of cruise ships and destroyers #LimitedEdition 1w

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newmuseum CALL FOR APPLICATIONS! Apply now to participate in our seminar series for the Fall 2014, which will be dedicated to #choreography. The series will being together multidisciplinary thinkers to discuss pressing thematics related to art and the expanded art context over a 3 month period. Learn more at newmuseum.org/pages/view/seminars 1w

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newmuseum Anna Boghiguian's gnarled drawings and dense watercolor paintings chronicle her ongoing engagement with both ancient civilization and contemporary cities #HereandElsewhere 2w

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newmuseum Etel Adnan was drawn toward poetry and abstract expressionism at an early age, taking pleasure in forms that resist simple translations. Pictured here is Untitled (2012) #HereandElsewhere 2w

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newmuseum Our lobby has a new look! The wall mural is a piece by the artist collective GCC, created as part of #HereandElsewhere. We are open today from 11 am - 6 pm! 2w

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newmuseum We're loving this pop-up illustration of the New Museum in Jennie Maizels' "Pop-Up New York"! 2w

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newmuseum Detail from Mazen Kerbaj's series of drawings "Beyrouth, juillet-août 2006" [Beirut, July-August 2006]. As a visual artist, Kerbaj produces comic books, drawings, paintings, and videos. As a musician, Kerbaj is a trumpet and woodwind player, as well as the founder of several record labels devoted to improvised, experimental, and electronic music #HereandElsewhere 3w

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newmuseum Rheims Alkadhi's piece "Refugee comb-seller with empty pockets, she was dressed as a man (combs among those collected for new Syrian refugees in Abu Alanda)" (2013) is drawn from the artist's interactions in urban marketplaces, where many peddle or trade their personal belongings #HereandElsewhere 3w

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newmuseum MARWAN has been preoccupied with representing human beings and their expressions of inner emotion and desire for over 50 years. "Das Knie" [The Knee] (1967) is one of example of his work, where body parts are contorted, forms are transfigured, and limbs seem to be pushing outward to escape the body. #HereandElsewhere 3w

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newmuseum Temporary Center for Translation, on view in the Resource Center on the Fifth Floor, is a site for pedagogical exchange founded on the importance of translation for thinking, making, and doing. The Center is committed to the facilitation and distribution of translations of texts on visual culture, and will use the online multilingual platform TLHUB. Also on display are materials from writers, editors, translators, and artists including Omar Berrada, Erik Bullot, Joshua Craze, and Mariam Ghani. Learn more at newmuseum.org 3w

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newmuseum "[The artists in #HereandElsewhere] have something our artistic capitals urgently lack. Critical thinkers who know that art is never, ever truly divorced from life's triumphs and nightmares, they are artists of their time." - Christian Viveros-Faune for @artnet. Photo: Benoit Pailley 3w

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newmuseum Simone Fattal's sculptural works are inspired by her fascination with the history and artifacts of prehistoric cultures, seeming comfortably suspended between the past and present, inviting viewers to move through both real and mythical time #HereandElsewhere 4w

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newmuseum Abdullah Al Saadi's piece "Camar Cande's Journey" (2010-11) chronicles an expedition the artist embarked on through northern UAE in 2010 through a video and 151 watercolors. We are open until 9 pm tonight! #HereandElsewhere 4w

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newmuseum For his recent series of videos and works on paper, "Fictionville" (2009-ongoing), Rokni Haerizadeh prints thousands of sequential stills from YouTube videos of media broadcasts, and proceeds to paint on each printout, animating the scenes into half-human, half-animal hybrids #HereandElsewhere 4w

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newmuseum Lumberob's performance just started at the #NewMuBlockParty 1mon

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