Art Installations, Exhibits & Events in NYC to Add to Your List in March, 2021

 

 

 

Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775 – 1851) The Harbor of Dieppe, 1826 (?)oil on canvas68 3/8 in. x 88 3/4 in. (173.67 cm x 225.43 cm)Henry Clay Frick Bequest.Accession number: 1914.1.122 ~ On view at Frick Madison.

In March, we celebrate Women’s History Month and Saint Patrick’s Day. This March, we also celebrate COVID-19 vaccines and a little more freedom, as we begin to venture out. March also marks the one-year anniversary of our city closures due to the pandemic ~ restaurants, schools, shops ~ the works. It was the birth of a new way of communicating through online meetings, workshops, classes, gallery exhibits, and more. Social media became an unexpected benefit for all those who were, under normal circumstances, unable to attend in-person events ~ the elderly, disabled ~ the many New Yorkers who are homebound.

In recognition of all those we’ve lost, and those affected by COVID-19, we begin this month’s post with a link to the public art project titled “In America, How Could This Happen” by artist Suzanne Brennan Firstenberg. Let us take a moment to think about this past year, loved-ones lost, and what we’ve learned.

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