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Mr. Trump will take over as president of a broken, some would say failed, United States — failed because the ‘will of the people’ has for years failed to deliver truthful leaders. Instead, American leadership has systematically violated natural law, the U.S. Constitution and international law, destroying other countries and delegitimizing themselves in the process.
People should bear in mind that the U.S. exists today only because others allow her to exist.
Russian intervention in the recent election (to help inform Americans) should be seen as a humanitarian intervention, to help save a country that has lost its way. Trump might be the last chance the country has to exist as a nation. Mr Lewis et al ought to support him.
Howard Greenberg Gallery is presenting works by Photo League members Sid Grossman (1913-1955) and Sy Kattelson through February 11, 2017. Mr. Kettelson, 93 (bottom photo) was on hand for the show’s opening.
This large painting was abandoned near the United Nations (artist unknown).
“Teach their souls to fly.”
Once upon a time the Museum of Modern Art had a Christmas card program that invited artists, some well known, to submit compositions that would be made into cards. Participants included Robert Indiana, whose 1965 “LOVE” card went on to become one of the iconic images of the 20th century.
Lotus Editions is offering its historic collection of 265 unique MoMA Christmas cards from 1949-1999. Interested parties can contact: email@example.com
Cards: (front row) Hannah Wilke, Loren MacIver, Joel Meyerowitz; (middle row) Robert Indiana, Jules Olitski, Florence Bezrutczyk, Jack Youngerman; (back row) Bruno Munari, Ben Shahn, Xanti Schawinsky
Artwork: Harry Soviak (1935-84), Snow Screen, 1966
Pilobolus Dance Theater brings its surrealist performance art to NYU’s Skirball Performing Arts Center, with shows through December 4, featuring two unique programs of American premieres and classic works.
“Of all those who have come to conquer America, Picabia is the only one who has done as did Cortez. He has burned his ship behind him. He does not protect himself with any shield. He has married America like a man who is not afraid of consequences. He has obtained results.” M. DeZayas, Camera Work, 1915
Photographs: Stephen Wise
After sneaking a camera into WWII, and then becoming one of the truly great photographers of the 20th century, Tony Vaccaro, 93, is still going strong. A show of some of his iconic images is at the Monroe Gallery (508 W. 26th St. Loft 5G) through November 21, Tony Vaccaro: War, Peace, Beauty
A documentary on Mr. Vaccaro’s life and art, “Underfire,” premieres Nov. 14 on HBO.
Photographs: (Bottom two) – Jackson Pollock and Leonard Cohen
Lauren Bush, founder of FEED Projects, with her mother Sharon at the New York Art, Antiques, and Jewelry Show. The show runs through November 13, at Pier 94. Especially worth checking out is the graffiti art by Crash and Mr. Brainwash at Art Link International.
The Salon Art & Design is at the Park Avenue Armory through November 14. This year’s show, with art and objects from 55 international galleries, includes works by Zaha Hadid (1950-2016) at Ammann Galery and David Gill Gallery.
Photographs: Stephen Wise