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Kenneth Goldsmith
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Day [excerpt]

 
by Kenneth Goldsmith

E28 THE NEW YORK TIMES, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 2000

MAKING CHOICES

FINAL WEEKS

THROUGH SEPTEMBER 26

Anatomically Incorrect

How Movies

How Simple Can You Get?

Ideal Motif. Stieglitz, Weston,

Adams, and Callahan

Modern Living 2

New York Salon

The Observer: Cartier-Bresson

after the War

Paris Salon

The Rhetoric of Persuasion

Seeing Double

...piercing beauty, lots of sexy ugliness and

a wealth of challenging ideas. -The New York Times

Paris Salon

Sample the range of painting that appeared in mid-century Paris-works that highlight the competing definitions of modernity during this turbulent era. This exhibition includes paintings by Henri Matisse, Fernand Leger, Raoul Dufy, and many more.

The Rhetoric of Persuasion

The turbulent 1930s inspired many outstanding artists-including Jacob Lawrence, Dorothea Lange, and Diego Rivera-to lend their talents to social causes.

Modern Living 2

The sequel to Modern Living 1. See how Eero Saarincn, Alvar Aalto, and Charles and Ray Eames adapted their architecture and design concepts to technological advances after World War II.

MOMA

The Museum of Modern Art

11 West 53 Street, NY (212) 708-9400 www.moma.org Closed Wed.

Clockwise from top right: Three Women (Le Grand déjeuner). 1921, Oil on canvas. Mrs. Simon Guggenheim Fund © 2000 Estate of Ferdand Léger/ARS, N.Y. Charles Eames, Chaise Lounge 1948. Prototype for a stressed-skin shell: hard rubber foam, plastic, wood and metal. Gift of the designer. All works from the collection of The Museum of Modern Art. Dorothea Lange. Woman of the High Plains. Texas Panhandle. 1938, Gelatin silver print. Purchase

Made possible by The Starr Foundation, Generous support is provided by Agnes Gund and Daniel Shapiro in memory of Louise Reinhardt Smith. Additionial support provided by the Contemporary Exhibition Fund of The Museum of Modern Art, National Endowment for the Arts., Jerry I. Speyer and Kathleen G. Farley and The Contemporary Arts Council and The Junior Associates of The Museum of Modern Art Education programs accompanying MoMA 2000 are made possible by Paribas. Interactive environment supported by the Rockefeller Brothers Fund.

A DISTANT MUSE

Orientalist Works from the

Dahesh museum of Art

Through December 30

TUES-SAT 11 TO 6 ADMISSION FREE

Dahesh Museum of Art

601 Fifth Avenue at 48th St.

Tel 212-759-0606

www.daheshmuseum.org

FREDERIC ARTHUR BRIDGMAN (American, 1847-1928)

Cleopatra on the Terraces of Philae, 1896 (detail)

EXODUS

JOURNEY OF AN ARTIST

TAMAR HIRSCHL

RECENT WORK

SEPT. 7TH-OCT 7TH

OPENING RECEPTION

Thurs., Sept. 7th

from 6pm - 9pm

Please RSVP

by Fax or E-mail

GALLERY

STENDHAL

386 West Broadway,

New York, NY 10012

phone: 212 334-4649

fax: 212 224-4609

Gallery Hours:

Tue.-Sat. 11am - 6pm

E-mail: info@gallerystendhal.com

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From Day by Kenneth Goldsmith. Copyright 2003 by Kenneth Goldsmith. Reprinted with the permission of The Figures. All rights reserved.
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