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Art Break: There’s an art gallery in Central Park?

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By A. E. Colas, Contributing Writer, February 13, 2017

Sometimes it all seems to be too much: the pressure, the worry, the sheer stress of living in New York City. Let ZEALnyc help. Get out of the fast lane and go look at some art. We guarantee that this will provide you with something else to think about and give you that much needed distraction, even if it’s just for 15 minutes. One of our favorites this week is in the Arsenal Gallery, located in Central Park, (Yes, Central Park has an art gallery—who knew?) showing The Rhythmic Art of Thread, a beautiful and dynamic display of fabric art. What’s that? Go and see for yourself. All listings are free admission.

Art Break Downtown:

Where: Talwar Gallery, 108 East 16th Street

When: Now through April 1, Tues – Sat: 11-6

Who: Allan deSouza: Through the Black Country and Alia Syed: On a wing and a prayer

What: Two shows that discuss cultural conflicts through a variety of media

Why: Current events mirrored in the world of art make for stimulating thought

Art Break Chelsea:

Where: Driscoll Babcock Galleries, 525 West 25th Street

When: Now through February 25, Tues – Sat: 11-5:30

Who: Warren MacKenzie: A Master’s Hand

What: Ceramic works from a legendary American craftsman

Why: Objects that are museum quality but meant to be used in daily life

Art Break Midtown (up to 59th Street, East or West):

Where: Hirschl and Adler Modern, 730 Fifth Avenue at 57th Street

When: Now through March 18, Tues – Fri: 9:30-5:15, Sat: 9:30-4:45

Who: María Elena González: Tempo

What: Porcelain, synthetic concrete and wood sculptures

Why: Imagining the sense of sound through vision is a novel approach

Art Break Above 60th Street (East or West):

Where: The Arsenal Gallery, The Arsenal, Central Park (Fifth Avenue and 64th Street), 3rd Floor

When: Now through February 24: Mon-Fri: 9-5

Who: The Rhythmic Art of Thread

What: Contemporary quilting and appliqué using traditional and modern techniques

Why: Design with multiple layers of color and pattern will refresh your eyes and mind

 

Cover: ‘Carnival Time in New Orleans’ by Michael A. Cummings from ‘The Rhythmic Art of Thread’ exhibition; photo: ZEALnyc.


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