Fall's best art shows

See what the Met, Guggenheim, Whitney and MoMA PS1 have in store. 

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    "Terror in Brooklyn" (1941)

    "Terror in Brooklyn" (1941)

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    "Fantasia on a Theme by Dr. S." (1946)

    "Fantasia on a Theme by Dr. S." (1946)

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    "State Park" (1946)

    "State Park" (1946)

Sheldan Collins/Spontaneous Accomplishments; LLC

"Terror in Brooklyn" (1941)

"Terror in Brooklyn" (1941)

"Real/Surreal," at Whitney Museum of American Art
In the U.S., the 1920s, '30s and '40s were tumultuous decades, in which the crush of events destabilized everyday experience. So it's appropriate that this show focuses on the convergence of Surrealism and realism during the interwar years. George Tooker, Edward Hopper and Yves Tanguy are some of the featured artists in this roundup of 120 works from the Whitney's collection. (whitney.org). Oct 6--Feb 12.

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