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  • THE OBSERVERS

    NYC Fall Calendar & Weekend Getaways Guide

    Special quarterly travel Advertising supplement to the new York observer fall 2012

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    Join us on the boardwalk in Bethany Beach, Delaware on September 8th for the areas premier fine arts festival. Over 100 talented artists from all around the country will showcase their work. For more information about this event and other festivals andand fabulous events throughout the year, visit thequietresorts.com

    b eyondSituated just far enough from the hustle and bustle of city life, the Quiet Resorts is the perfect destination when looking for a weekend escape, vacation home or place to retire. With miles of pristine beaches and the serenity of the bays just steps away, you can't ask for a more relaxing pace of life. Discover the secrets of Southern Delaware. Tax-free shopping, high-quality lifestyle and low cost of living. The Quiet Resorts offers something fofor everyone from the beaches to the bays and beyond!

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    RJ and I discovered Central PAs Susquehanna River Valley this past summer and cannot wait to go back. Less than 3 hours from the city we discovered amazing din-ing, shopping, art, wineries, quaint downtowns and the most stunning scenery! I went kayaking and moun-tain bike riding and I loved it! This fall were going back to view the foliage and hike the state parks. I cant wait to see all the beautiful colors along the countryside. What a place! What a Journey...

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    A sampling of exhibits going on view and carrying over from summer.New Museum: Come Closer: Art Around the Bowery, 19691989 looks at the ways in which local artists interpreted and re-invented the area around the museum in the 70s and 80s at a time when it was notorious for crime, homelessness and neglect. Rosemarie Trockel: A Cosmos will span all three floors of the New Museum and will paint Trockels portrait as an artist by placing art alongside the objects that have in-fluenced her work.

    Guggenheim: Open October 5, Picasso Black and White is an exploration of 110 black-and-white and monochromatic paintings by Picasso, whose homogeneous palettes draw at-tention to the technique and structure of his works.

    MoMA: Projects 98 is a collection of work organized by the Slavs and Tatars collective examining the hybridization of cul-tures in the area east of the former Berlin Wall and west of the Great Wall of China known as Eurasia.

    Metropolitan Museum of Art: Beginning September 12, Regarding Warhol celebrates and reflects upon the work of one contemporary arts most influential artists. Approximately half of the pieces on display will be by Warhol, with the other half by over 60 artists from before and after Warhols time. The collection showcases Warhol as a pivotal moment in mod-ern arts evolution.

    Frick Museum: The Courtauld Gallery in London has loaned the Frick a collection of 58 drawings representing the draftsmanship of a slew of European masters, among them da Vinci, van Gogh, Michelangelo and Henry Matisse. Opens October 2.

    Whitney Museum of Art: New-York-based artist Wade Guyton, whose work primarily revolves around digital media and technology, will display a selection of paintings, draw-ings and sculptures starting October 4. On October 25, the diverse work of American painter, illustrator and sculptor Richard Artschwarger will also be displayed retrospectively for the first time since 1988.

    Acquavella Gallery: Come September, the Upper East Sides Acquavella Gallery will run three exhibitions, begin-ning on September 10 with a series of new work by James Rosenquist, a leader in the field of Pop Art. Fascinated by outer space and relativity, Rosenquists work literally and metaphorically represents the cosmos. Arguably, the cen-terpiece of the exhibit is a huge piece built in response to a bushfire that destroyed the artists livelihood in 2009. Two equally impressive, exhibitions by Wayne Thiebaud and Enoc Perez will be on view October 24 and November 10 respec-tively. Thiebauds precision will present a contrast to Perezs expressionist color work.

    Rubin Museum of Art: The Place of Provenance, open October 12, will feature provincial styles of Tibetan art, whose regional origins can be identified by manner in which the landscapes were painted.

    Brooklyn Museum: Local artist Mickalene Thomass exhibit Origin of the Universe will headline the Brooklyn Museum on September 28. Inspired by the female figure, she employs bold, proud colors in her landscapes and portraits. Also on display starting September 14 is Materializing Six years, a look at how the book helped to mold the Conceptual art movement.

    Neue Galerie: Ferdinand Hodler: View to Infinity, the largest American exhibition of work by this major Swiss art-ist admired by Klimt and Schiele, will go on view September 20.

    Museum of Art and Design: Among MADs fall exhibitons are Playing With Fire, a collection of fifty years of contem-porary glass work opening November 7, and Out of Hand, which opens November 25 and attempts materialize the post-digital.

    Museo del Barrio: If you missed it this summer, Caribbean: Crossroads of the World is the fruit of a long collaboration be-tween the Queens Museum of Art and The Studio Museum Harlem to represent four hundred years of the Caribbean basin and diasporas diverse cultural history.

    City Museum of New York: Beginning September 13, the CMNY will present From Farm to City: Staten Island 1661-2012, which explores the progression of Staten Island from farmland to urban center.

    NOTEWORTHY VISUAL ART EXHIBITIONS THIS FALL

    Wayne Thiebaud, Four Ice Cream Cones, 1964, Oil on canvas, 14 x 18 inches, Collection of Phoenix Art Museum, Museum purchase - COMPAS funds (1976.41), Photo by Ken Howie Art Wayne Thiebaud/Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY

    James Rosenquist, Geometry of Fire, 2011, Oil on canvas, 128 x 300 inches, Courtesy of the artist and Acquavella Galleries

    Anne Collier. Cut. 2009, New Photography 2012: Michele Abeles, Birdhead, Anne Collier, Zoe Crosher, Shirana Shahbazi at MoMA

    The Alchemist of Prague, decor for the film The Cabinet of Jan vankmajer. 1984. Wood, fabric, glass, and