American Folk Art Museum
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As its name suggests, the American Folk Art Museum celebrates traditional craft-based work, and the work of the self-taught, including Outsider artists. Its collection ranges from visionary works by Henry Darger and Martin Ramirez to quilts and Early American portrait paintings. AFAM also hosts performances, tours, discussions and other activities for every age.
2 Lincoln Sq
|Cross street:||Columbus Ave at W 66th St|
|Transport:||Subway: 1 to 66th St–Lincoln Ctr|
|Opening hours:||Tue–Thu, Sat 11:30am–7pm; Fri noon–7:30pm; Sun noon–6pm|
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"Six Decades Collecting Self-Taught Art"
Not everyone has to go to school to produce art. This exhibition embraces "diverse narratives and finds entry to connect these works of hand, heart, and mind to our contemporary perceptions," the museum says. Works on view include those by Edward Hicks...Until Sunday January 3 2021