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An opening of interest that caught our eye:
Greene Contemporary's solo exhibition of new work by Hanna Cole, titled Instant Sublime. The press release notes:

Hanna Cole's work explores the distracted American state of mind. In Instant Sublime, she investigates the disconnect between an individual's physical presence and emotional state during a single instant in time. In the chaos of urban life, driving is one of the few remaining acts of
ritual and solitude. Drawing from personal experience, Cole uses
different views from inside a car as a metaphor for the relationship
between interior life and the world outside.

Her show
opens tonight and continues through Sunday August 2, 2009.

New York Magazine reports Ugo Rondinone's now-famous (or infamous?) "HELL, YES!" sign on the New Museum will be staying up on the building a little longer, at least for another year, apparently.  It was previously scheduled to be taken down this month but was  "recently purchased for the museum by a group of image-conscious trustees".  How does the community feel about the sign?  At least one response has been painted on the bottom of the light post across the street from the museum for some time now:

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