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New York, NY | Gallery Tuesday | Marilyn Minter at LGDR with Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn

LGDR Gallery 3 East 89th Street, New York, New York

Join us for a tour led by exhibition curator and LGDR Gallery partner Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn of Marilyn Minter. Spanning three floors and six gallery spaces, this ambitious show is Minter’s first solo exhibition in New York since her celebrated retrospective "Pretty/Dirty" at the Brooklyn Museum in 2016–17.

Philadelphia, PA | Old City Art Tour & “Rising Sun: Artists in an Uncertain America”

Pentimenti Gallery 145 N 2nd Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

Get ready for a day in Philadelphia! We'll start with a private tour of Pentimenti Gallery and Twelve Gates Arts with remarks by Christine Pfister, Director at Pentimenti Gallery, and Aisha Zia Khan, Executive Director & President/Founder at Twelve Gates Arts. After the tours, we encourage attendees to visit "Rising Sun: Artists in an Uncertain America," a collaborative exhibition by the African American Museum in Philadelphia and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.

New York, NY | Gallery Tuesdays | Ruby Rumié “Us, 172 Years Later”

Nohra Haime Gallery 500A West 21st Street, New York

Join ArtTable and Nohra Haime for a tour of “Us, 172 Years Later” by Ruby Rumié at the Nohra Haime Gallery. Rumié puts together one hundred people from the Caribbean region whose unique characteristics share the passion and commitment for their trade, and express in a special way their taste and the value they place on the food from this region.

New York, NY | “Gego: Lines in Space” at LGDR

LGDR East 64th Street 19 East 64th Street, New York, 10065

LGDR is pleased to welcome ArtTable to "Gego: Lines in Space." A leading figure of Venezuelan abstraction in the 1960s and ’70s, Gego (1912–1994) created multidimensional works that radically engage the properties of line and space.

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