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Reserve timed tickets in advance.

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Due to scheduled maintenance, the reservation system will be unavailable on:
Wednesday, March 3, 2021 from 12 am to 3 am EST
Friday, March 5, 2021 from 12 am to 3:00 am EST

2 Exhibitions, 2 Locations

Visiting both exhibitions?

Click here to purchase discounted combination tickets for the Mansion and The Manes Center

Members may continue to reserve their tickets using the individual exhibition links also found on this page.


Heroines of Abstract Expressionism and FEM

The Mansion 
Through April 25, 2021

Viewing hours
Tuesday-Sunday, 11 am-4:45 pm
Last entry is in the 3:30-4pm ticket time.

Great art by women fill the Museum with two new, simultaneous exhibitions. Beginning with an intimate gallery of masterworks by Mary Cassatt, Georgia O’Keeffe and Camille Claudel, it moves on to a major private collection featuring the “9th Street Women” and then to some of the leading artists of our own day, including Lynda Benglis and Kara Walker, with works that are fresh out of the studio. The roster of major artists includes Louise Bourgeois, Lee Krasner, Elaine de Kooning, Helen Frankenthaler, Joan Mitchell, Louise Nevelson and other trailblazers of Abstract Expressionism, the most exciting movement in American art history. These highlights are all from an extraordinary private collection brought together by Richard P. Friedman and Cindy Lou Wakefield, among the world’s top collectors of Contemporary art.

Faces and Places

Highlights From the Manes Collection

The Manes Center
Through March 14, 2021

Viewing hours
Tuesday-Friday, 1-4 pm
Last entry is in the 3:30-4pm ticket time.

Welcome to an extraordinary glimpse inside one of Long Island’s most renowned private art collections. Dr. Harvey Manes, whose name graces this building, has offered to share some of his best-loved masterworks, which brings together a roster of art historical giants from El Greco and Picasso (side-by-side in fantastically provocative juxtaposition), Dali, Lichtenstein, Botero and a brilliantly colorful Hans Hofmann. One of the toughest challenges for a serious collector is keeping pace with Contemporary art, and the highlights he has assembled of some of the stars of the Eighties, including Mapplethorpe, Koons, Sherman, Longo, and their “patron saint” Warhol. It is a stunning chronological tour of art history’s highlights, all in one beautiful gallery.

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