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JerlynMarieJerlyn Marie, with her work “El Desinteresado,” at a recent Project For Living Artists group show in Woodside.

WinterAntiquesShow2018WinterAntiquesShow2018cWinterAntiquesShow2018bBilled as America’s leading art, antiques and design show, the 64th installment of the Winter Antiques Show is underway, and runs through Jan. 28 at the Park Avenue Armory.

NYC&G18cNYC&G18bNYC&G18Through January 21 at the National Bohemian Hall.

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Greenberg1217SteveSchapiroHoward Greenberg Gallery has an all-star line-up of important photographic works, including some by Steve Shapiro, chronicler of luminaries such as Martin Luther King, Bobby Kennedy, Andy Warhol, and Muhammad Ali, through Jan. 18.

Shroud-ChristiesBorrowing from G.B. Shaw, history is being written by those who echo the cry of “Not this man, but Barabbas!” — and in this case calling it ‘Salvator Mundi.’

BCABCA9BCA12At a time when political and psychic upheaval are increasingly intertwined — with pathology and disintegration all around — those seeking a truly coherent union of persons are having to first find in themselves, in union with their Creator.

Into the breach, Bryn Cohn + Artists, a New York-based contemporary dance company, will be presenting “The Art of Loss” (February 16-18), with programs old and new that “address the current sociopolitical climate in our world” through the lens of identity, lost and found.

BerkshireMuseum2The American Art sale at Sotheby’s went on Monday minus seven lots — including two paintings created and gifted by Norman Rockwell to the Berkshire Museum. Museum officials had sought to sell the works with proceeds going to help the ‘new’ Berkshire Museum “break down traditional boundaries.” A legal action halted the sale of the treasured objects for now.

Topaz-BurmesterSolo multimedia exhibition by Kathrin Burmester, LA-based artist from Germany, at TOPAZ ARTS in Woodside, through December 17…a slithering meditation on “thingness.” Viewing hours: Saturdays 1-5pm or by appointment.

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