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Three to see: New York

This week's selection focuses on photography The Museum of the City of New York has revived a 1946 exhibition of photographs by Todd Web that show the city “not as a glittering megalopolis, but as a community”, as the curator Beaumont Newhall wrote in a press release over 70 years ago. A City Seen: Todd Webb’s Postwar New York, 1945-60 (until 24 September) includes over 100 pictures by the Detroit-born artist who, after serving as a photographer for the US Navy in the South Pacific during the...

Three to see: New York

From immersive contemporary art, to a renewed look at Modern masters The Swiss video artist Pipilotti Rist has transformed the three main floors of the New Museum into immersive dreamlike environments in a show titled Pixel Forest (until 15 January 2017). The 30-year survey marks the most comprehensive presentation of her work in New York, comprising 24 videos, installations and projections, from the experimental analogue videos Rist made in the 1980s (which largely focused on the objectification...

Three to see: New York

From a photographer in exile, to a painter changing his stripes Told and Untold: the Photo Stories of Kati Horna in the Illustrated Press at the Americas Society (until 17 December) is the first solo show in the United States on this Hungarian-born photographer (1912-2000), who worked in Berlin, Paris and Spain before emigrating to Mexico City under an assumed name in 1939. The exhibition demonstrates the importance she placed on printed media and includes photo essays on the anarchist politics...

David Hammons retrospective on the cards

New York’s Mnuchin Gallery is planning a mini-retrospective of work by the artist David Hammons for March 2016. It “is intended as a career survey that starts in the late 1960s and goes to the present”, says Sukanya Rajaratnam, a partner in the gallery. The show will include Hammons’s well-known bodies of work including early paintings, Body Prints and Tarp Paintings such as Untitled (2014), which was unveiled at Art Basel in June with a $3.2m price tag. The exhibition will also include works from...


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