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With so many great exhibits on view in the city’s galleries and museums,there’s no need to hibernate.

With so many great exhibits on view in the city’s galleries and museums, there’s no need to hibernate.

‘Carten Holler: Experience’

Through Jan. 15

The New Museum

235 Bowery

$12, 212-219-1222

www.newmuseum.org

Holler’s aptly titled “Experience” exhibit will invigorate a cold, wintry Saturday afternoon with its thoroughly interactive spaces, which span three floors of the museum. The show features Holler’s unique take on a merry-go-round, a slide that will take you from one floor to the next, and sculptures entitled “Giant Triple Mushrooms.”

‘Real/Surreal’

Through Feb. 12

Whitney Museum

of American Art

945 Madison Ave.

$18, 212-570-3600

www.whitney.org

Drawing from its own vast collection, the Whitney highlights works that focus on the juxtaposition between reality and abstraction, which include pieces by George Tooker, Edward Hopper, Helen Lundeberg, Charles Sheeler and Mabel Dwight.

‘Billy Childish: I am the Billy Childish’

Through Jan. 21

Lehmann Maupin Gallery

201 Chrystie St.

212-254-0054

www.lehmannmaupin.com

British painter (and poet and songwriter) Billy Childish has gained cult status for the vibrant electricity that he brings to each work, including his visual arts, which sometime recall the work of Van Gogh.

‘Ai Weiwei: Circle of Animals’

Nov. 17 through Dec. 23

Paul Kasmin Gallery

515 W. 27th St.

212-563-4474

www.paulkasmingallery.com

The Paul Kasmin Gallery debuts its new location with a show by Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei. The gallery will be displaying Weiwei’s new book, “Ai Weiwei: Circle of Animals,” as well as many of his bronze animal zodiac heads.

‘Sarah Brahman: Your’s’

Through Dec. 3

Mitchell-Innes & Nash

1018 Madison Ave., #5

212-744-7400

www.miandn.com

Celebrated American artist Sarah Brahman chopped up a camper and made the chunks of it the subjects of her first show at Mitchell-Innes & Nash Gallery. The way she remixes everyday objects, adding and taking away from the things we are so familiar with, creates a captivating experience for any viewer.

 
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