|Harriet Rutter Eagleson|
This week is New Yorkers' last chance to visit the American Folk Art Museum in its current form at West 53rd Street, a building designed by Tod Williams and Billie Tsien. The building's new owners, MoMA have yet to announce its plans for the building.
|Consuelo "Chelo" Gonzalez Amezcua|
On July 9, 2011, the museum will move to 2 Lincoln Square, Columbus Avenue, and will continue to present a full schedule of exhibitions and programming. Closing this week include exhibits that examine the facets of human figures in folk art; as well as a look at the quilt masterworks from the museum's permanent collection.
|9/11 National Tribute Quilt|
Continuing through September at the new building is the exhibition Super Stars, highlighting star-studded quilts from the museum's collection, and on continuous view is the moving 9/11 National Tribute Quilt.