The Week in Pictures

ArtCrush in Aspen, "Soundings" at MoMA, Kling & Bang, & More

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The scene at the ArtCrush party in Aspen. Photo by Billy Farrell.
The scene at the ArtCrush party in Aspen. Photo by Billy Farrell.
The grounds of the Aspen Art Museum during its annual summer ArtCrush benefit. Photo by Billy Farrell.
The grounds of the Aspen Art Museum during its annual summer ArtCrush benefit. Photo by Billy Farrell.
The Artspace staff took a field trip to the Guggenheim this week to see the James Turrell show. Here, the crowd takes in the artist's "Aten Reign" rotunda installation.
The Artspace staff took a field trip to the Guggenheim this week to see the James Turrell show. Here, the crowd takes in the artist's "Aten Reign" rotunda installation.
Mark Titchner's "The World Isn't Working," translated into Icelandic at Kling and Bang in Reykjavik.
Mark Titchner's "The World Isn't Working," translated into Icelandic at Kling and Bang in Reykjavik.
Theresa Himmer's artwork (made of sequins) on the facade of Kling & Bang in Reykjavik
Theresa Himmer's artwork (made of sequins) on the facade of Kling & Bang in Reykjavik
Detail of "Conflicted Phonemes" by Lawrence Abu Hamdan & James Ulrich at Lisa Cooley Gallery.
Detail of "Conflicted Phonemes" by Lawrence Abu Hamdan & James Ulrich at Lisa Cooley Gallery.
James Hoff's "Hey Hey," an audio-cable strung along two canvases, at Lisa Cooley Gallery.
James Hoff's "Hey Hey," an audio-cable strung along two canvases, at Lisa Cooley Gallery.
The opening of the Museum of Modern Art's new "Sounding" show.
The opening of the Museum of Modern Art's new "Sounding" show.

Many of Chelsea's galleries have closed their doors for the dog days of summer, but we still managed to see some art in the city—at Lisa Cooley Gallery in the Lower East Side, at the Museum of Modern Art's opening for its first-ever sound-art show, and at a special Artspace tour of James Turrell at the Guggenheim. Plus, we ventured well beyond New York, for events at the Aspen Art Museum and in Reykjavik. See more in our slideshow above.

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