The best art exhibits and galleries to check out in NYC this weekend. By Alyson Schwartz.
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Joe Fyfe Wood/Cloth/Color
James Graham & Sons
32 East 67th Street
Fyfe’s work captures his experiences through the use of photographs and of fabrics and materials collected on his travels. In his fourth solo show at this gallery, his bold use of color of his paintings and sculpture is really displayed.
625 Madison Ave at 59th Street
Stephen Burks Man Made
Studio Museum Harlem
144 West 125th Street
Stephen Burks takes a new look on the centuries old technique of basket-weaving. With New York based weavers actually creating woven objects at the exhibit, it will allow visitors to see the actual creation rather than just the finished product.
2058 7th Avenue
David Dupuis Green, Green Grass of Home
Derek Eller Gallery
615 West 27th Street
At this newly opened exhibit, David Dupuis’ work is inspired by current events and their effect on him, namely the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The Red Cat
227 Tenth Avenue
Harry Potter: The Exhibition
Discovery Times Square
226 West 44th Street
What could be more magical than reading the book or seeing the movie? Actually being a part of the set! With more than 200 costumes, props and sets pieces from the movies, everyone in the family is sure to enjoy this look and touch exhibit.
260 West 44th Street
Alyson Schwartz is the author of the blog Ribbons of Thought, which features musings
on topics from fashion to NYC living including fun activities, food and unique finds.