Gabriella Angeleti and Wallace Ludel. Our editors and writers scour the city each week for the most thoughtful, relevant and exciting new exhibitions and artworks on view at galleries, museums and public venues across all five boroughs of New York. This week we recommend:. The Brooklyn-based Salvadoran artist Guadalupe Maravilla recalls how a chemotherapy appointment in New York left him nearly unable to walk, and how a sound bath he encountered on the way home led to a years-long sound therapy treatment that he credits for his successful recovery from colon cancer in Roni Horn is a unique artist whose work across virtually every medium manages to encapsulate her sensibilities—her desire for awe, her humour, her love of the poetic—while translating each of them into different kinds of work with an enigmatic touch. In this exhibition, Horn is showing only drawings and work on paper.
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Nude art lovers tour nude exhibit at Vienna’s famed Leopold museum
Nude art lovers tour nude exhibit at Vienna’s famed Leopold museum - New York Daily News
Models pose naked in New York's Times Square for exhibit
Several nude models who are featured in Marina Abramovic's new exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art have complained of being groped by some patrons. The museum has declined to talk about specific incidents, but acknowledged that it has had problems with some visitors touching performers. One performer, Will Rawls, told The New York Times that a patron brushed his hand chest and back "and then touched my butt. Rawls said he notified a security guard and later learned that the man's year membership was revoked. Despite the incidents, all the performers said they enjoyed what they are doing, though some visitors have expressed discomfort.
By Barbara Hoffman. Without giving specifics, MoMA yesterday acknowledged it had had trouble with visitors stroking the live art. An unspecified number of patrons have been ejected for groping performers since the exhibit opened on March 14, but none has been arrested, and there have been no calls made to