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AFAMAmerican Folk Art Museum (New York)
AFAMAlmost Family (est. 1976)
AFAMAlta Formazione Artistica e Musicale (Italian: Higher Education in Art and Music)
AFAMAtomic Force Acoustic Microscopy (imaging)
AFAMAir Force Achievement Medal
AFAMAir Force Acquisition Model (early US DoD Acquisition Deskbook)
AFAMAfrican American Civil War Memorial (US National Park Service)
AFAMAdvanced Fresh Air Management (refrigeration; Thermo King)
AFAMAncient Free and Accepted Mason
AFAMATRRS Funding Allocation Model
AFAMAdvanced Field Artillery Model
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There, they gained the attention of Holland Cotter, co-chief art critic for the New York Times, and Jerry Saltz, senior art critic for New York Magazine who called Kambel's work "magnificent." The American Folk Art Museum even acquired Kambel's sculpture of the Divine Lorraine Hotel for its gallery, and the West Collection, housed at the financial services firm SEI in Oaks, purchased Kambel's sculptures of City Hall and the PSFS Building.
The garages are located across five luxury condominium buildings at the cultural epicenter of the Upper West Side where locals and visitors can enjoy parks, restaurants and cultural institutions including the Film Society of Lincoln Center, the Metropolitan Opera, the Lincoln Center for Performing Arts, and the American Folk Art Museum.
An intriguing event in New York caught our attention: when the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) was expanded in 2014, the adjacent building, part of the American Folk Art Museum, was torn down.
The Morgan Library & Museum's impressive and comprehensive "Dubuffet Drawings, 1935-1962" comes at the end of a recent wave of Dubuffet mania that spawned three other New York shows: at the Museum of Modern Art, the American Folk Art Museum, and Acquavella Galleries.
The craze for folk art was largely fuelled by collectors based around the earliest colonial settlements in the US--the Eastern Seaboard, Philadelphia and Virginia--and led to the founding in 1961 of New York's American Folk Art Museum. Interest peaked around three decades later with the record-breaking sale at Sotheby's New York in 1994 of the collection of Bertram K.
In addition, Conrads said, the museum is planning for next year a "fabulous folk art show," "Treasures From the American Folk Art Museum." The American Folk Art Museum," in New York, showcases the works of self-taught artists.
In one post, he casually implores readers to stop using their Kindles (when he wrote it, Amazon was in a dispute with e-book publisher Hachette); in another, he weighs in on the very public debate over MoMA's demolition of Tod Williams and Billie Tsien's American Folk Art Museum. Elsewhere on his website, Biber posts humorous quotes from figures ranging from Lena Dunham to random New Yorkers overheard in the city.
He is a Trustee Emeritus of The American Folk Art Museum and Co-Chair of The American Friends of Bucerius Law School.
Chand's statues have found their way into museums across the world, including at the National Children's Museum in Washington, the American Folk Art Museum in New York and the RIBA gallery in Liverpool in 2007.
Many have moved forward and exhibited their work at notable places such as Marlborough Gallery, American Folk Art Museum, Galerie Belage, Outsider Art in the Hamptons events, The Outsider Art Fair, New York City, The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Art and Science, Olof Gallery, Leiden, The Netherlands, The Jewish Board of Family and Children's Services, Metropolitan Hospital, Art Enables, Washington DC, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Adams, MA, New York Transit Museum, and LWR Fine Arts.
His sculptures, made primarily from found objects, have graced such institutions as the American Folk Art Museum and the Smithsonian American Art Museum.
The Museum of Modern Art is buying the home of its next-door neighbor, the cash-strapped American Folk Art Museum at 45 West 53rd Street, according to the New York Times.
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