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A glance at the http://www.LarryQualls.blogspot.com blog – the gold standard for what’s happening in art & culture in NYC, published each day early at 7am – reveals the abundance of art that’s a-flowering today as April nears its end. Remember: today MoMA is free from 4-8 thanks to Uniqlo, the Morgan Library is free 7-9, and the Whitney is free from 7-10. Here’s an excerpt from Larry’s blog selected for quality and nearness to most transportation:

Essex Flowers 19 Monroe St exhibition: Tatiana Kronberg Exposure 7-9

Able Fine 14B Orchard St exhibition: Rim Chae Chanson de la forêt 6-8

Ashok Jain 58 Hester St exhibition: Spring Flow Gunther Borst, Marcia Gomes, Emily Halpern, Ai Wen Kratz, Annette Mewes Thoms, Elling Reitan 6-8

Uniqlo 88 Crosby St (546 Broadway) product launch: KAWS UTxKAWSxPeanuts 4-6 KAWS will be in attendance

Pop-Up 116 E 7 exhibition: SUPERnatural Ange Bell, Emma Fineman, Eben Haines, Christian Fuchs, Yi Hsing, Sipho Mabona, Daniel Ochoa, Erik Jones, David Fung, Lou Ros, Ado Leopold, Elise Wehle, Gregory Jacobsen, William P Immer, Claire Shegog, Neryl Walker, Nikolina Kovalenko, Jann Cheifitz, Nick Runge, Viktor Freso, Robert Pokorny, Peter Buchler, Patrick Earl Hammie, Wendelin Wohlgemuth, Elizabeth Wagg, Frances Scott, Karim Hamid, curated by Karim Hamid 7-10

New School 66 Fifth Ave Parsons MFA Photography Open Studios Zeshan Ahmed, Sophie Barkham, Maryanne Braine, Siho Chang, Michael Difeo, Arash Fewzee, Amanda Field, Shannon Finnell, Christian Gangitano, Hannah Harley, Maria Del Mar Hernandez Gil De Lamadrid, Lindsay Hill, Guaier Huang, Monika Izing, Annaleena Keso, Charles Park, Sebastian Matias Perinotti, Jenna Petrone, Isadora Rezende Waddington, Rowena Rubio, Ariana Sarwari, Abhishek Sharma, Richard Wade, Runzhong Wang, Sarah Wang, Eva Zar, Jinming Zhong, Mengting Zhou 6-8

Whitney Asad Raza’s Weekend Guests: Rafay Rashid: Jungle Badtameez 8-10 museum admisssion; exhibition: Where We Are: Selections from the Whitney’s Collection, 1900–1960 NOTE: A brilliant show derived entirely from the collections of the museum, with particularly relevatory works by James Castle, James Van Der Zee, Elizabeth Catlett, and even Daniel Chester French; it proves that encyclopedic museums can create major exhibitions without the need to cater to the whims of the day with loaned works.

Leon Tovar 152 W 25 exhibition: Jesús Rafael Soto Dans son jus 6-8

Planthouse 55 W 28 exhibition: Home Winds Benjamin Swett & Heather Woods Broderick 6-8

dm contemporary 39 E 29 exhibition: Steven Baris 6-8

57W57ARTS 57 W 57 exhibition: Michael Voss Paintings with Names & Related Drawings; Tracy Grayson; Daniel Wenk Recent Tapings; Sean Sullivan West/End/Blues 6-9

Sotheby’s 1334 York Ave National YoungArts Foundation presents the YoungArts New York Visual Arts, Design & Photography Exhibition: YoungArts New York 2017 8pm free reservation required Eventbrite

PS Just a note of explanation that might help you. It’s a great idea to register yourself on Eventbrite. Then when you see an event like this that requires a reservation via Eventbrite you can just sign in, put the name of the event in the search bar, click, and it’ll pop right up. And if you’ve a google calendar it’ll automatically appear there.