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Left: The cover graphic of Jerry Saltz's book How to Be an Artist. Right: A black and white photograph of Jerry Saltz by Celeste Sloman.

12 Awesome Autumn 2019 Exhibitions

Betye Saar; Lo, The Mystique City, 1965. Image courtesy of the artist and Robert Projects. On view at The Museum of Modern Art. Photo by Rob Gerhardt.
An image of Sophia Santella for Voices @ SVA
Installation view of the "Camp" at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Image courtesy the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Delano Dunn, “Make the Moment Feel Just Right". Image courtesy of the artist and Lesley Heller Gallery, New York

Faculty Feature: Peter Hristoff

The Artist reflects on Generosity in Practice

Here is an array of framed drawings on the wall, art by Peter Hristoff.

10 Must-See Art Exhibitions for 2019

Rochelle Feinstein, "Copy Cats," 1996, Xerox prints, acrylic on linen. Courtesy of the artist and Stellar Projects © Adam Reich.

10 Don't-Miss Exhibitions in NYC This Winter Break

Bruce Nauman, Contrapposto Studies, I through VII 2015/2016
A detail of a sculpture by alumnus Hanna Washburn, made out of her previously worn clothes.

Drawing as Social Practice Workshop

What does Drawing mean in public space?

Students listen to their instructor during a drawing class taking place in a public park.

SVA Fall Art Preview: 10 Exhibitions To See

A selection of this fall's best art shows in New York City

A conspiracy-inspired abstract painting by artist Sue Williams.
SVA alumnus Calvin Seibert puts the finishing touches on a sandcastle sculpture at Rockaway Beach, Queens.

The "Cartographic Dreams" of Artist and SVA Alumnus Nadia Haji Omar

New York's Jerry Saltz wrote that Omar's canvases "visually buzz like a hummingbird."

An untitled acrylic and dye painting by SVA alumnus Nadia Haji Omar.

SVA Alumnus Robert Lazzarini Tackles Violence and Lost Innocence with the Disorienting 'Inflorescence'

"The late '60s mark the end of an innocence in this country." The tragic murder of film actress Sharon Tate still leaves a lasting impact.

A carved sculpture of flowers and leaves.

Alumni Scholarship Award Winner Ora Xu Explores Human Struggle Through Surreal Paintings

"I want to visualize the challenges we all face with paintings of ... bizarre fairytale environments."

A dead fix with human-like legs and arms has a string tied to its tail and is lying on top of a pinkish-red background with purple veins drawn throughout.

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Multiple halved images of stock art.
a sideways clock tower
Blue stuff.
5 people looking forward

Winter Break Checklist: 10 Don't-Miss Exhibitions in NYC

art sculpture
An illustration of an eye and hands of a dark skinned person

SVA on View at Miami Art Week 2017

A montage of old fashioned ads overlaid with a modernist style of art.
rockabilly storefront live mannequin display
A street scene with trees and a sign reading PULSE. In the background in a black and white police vehicle.
A man is fixing a roof.  The roof is incomplete and requires repair.
A man, woman, and a man with a dog in an art gallery.
A painter makes his creation

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