All virtual programs are listed in Eastern Time (ET). Start times for all other continental US time zones are listed in the program description below the main image. For in-person programs, the program start time is listed in the location’s time zone.
You won't want to miss the opportunity for an artist-guided tour of a botanical wonderland with Miya Ando! Imagine a world where time is not measured in months, days, and hours, but in flowers. Flower Atlas envisions this unique concept. In this artistic creation, the year 2023 is represented by 365 signature flowers, each blooming on a different day somewhere on Earth. Curated by Kendal Henry at Brookfield Place.
Join co-curators Tanía Caragol and Kate Lemay for an exclusive tour of "1898: U.S. Imperial Visions and Revisions" at the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery! 125 years after this extensive series of imperial conflicts, The Smithsonian exhibition revisits portrait representations of key figures from the U.S., Cuba, Puerto Rico, Guam, and the Philippines.
Join us to usher in the first day of fall at one of New York City's gems! Experience the beauty of gardens through the eyes of celebrated contemporary artist Ebony G. Patterson. ArtTable members and guests will enjoy a bespoke, guided tour of the work, rain or shine, as much of it is viewable from indoors.
Join ArtTable for an artist talk and exhibition tour with Chelsey Luster! Luster’s immersive solo exhibition "Finding Home" at Vox Populi Gallery tells the stories of their models’ safe spaces through mixed-media paintings, text, and film. Each model’s individual story informs the creation of these imaginative havens that come together to form a physical safe space. The exhibition acts as a place of healing for black and queer people and the respective communities.
Judy Chicago is scheduled to make a cameo appearance for ArtTable members at an exclusive tour of "Judy Chicago: Herstory"! This comprehensive exhibition celebrates Judy Chicago's iconic six-decade career. It showcases the diversity of her artistic contributions, spanning a wide range of media including painting, sculpture, installation, drawing, textiles, photography, stained glass, needlework, and printmaking. This multi-faceted approach reflects Chicago's versatility as an artist and her commitment to pushing the boundaries of traditional artistic practices.
Summer Guthery and Canal Projects introduce "Lithium Sex Demons in the Factory," the inaugural New York solo show for Los Angeles artist Candice Lin. This project, a collaborative effort between Canal Projects and the 14th Gwangju Biennale, involves the recreation of a lithium battery factory as a site-specific installation. This endeavor seamlessly extends the artist’s persistent exploration of themes of globalization, intricate trade networks, the nature of materials, and the dynamics of labor.
Join us for a tour of "My Neighbor's Garden" with artist Sheila Pepe on November 9 at Madison Square Park! Brooke Kamin Rapaport, Artistic Director and Martin Friedman Chief Curator, will introduce the artist and her first outdoor exhibition. "My Neighbor’s Garden," places colorful and optimistic canopies of crocheted material, including paracord, shoelaces, and other unexpected materials.
Join ArtTable for an exclusive visit of the The Capital One Art Program! This 90-minute guided tour through the Tysons, Virginia collection offers a premium opportunity to see the in-house work and do a deep-dive into the building, stewardship, and purpose of a corporate art collection. Art Administrator Anne Fletcher explains that “we want to create really innovative, vibrant work spaces for our associates.”
Join ArtTable for a curator-led tour of Pt I: El Dorado: Myths of Gold, exploring the legend of El Dorado as a foundational myth of the Americas. By placing historical and contemporary artworks together, the exhibition facilitates dialogues between past and present to investigate how the myth has shaped the value of gold, as well as that of territories, peoples, religious beliefs, and nature.
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