Catch the exhibit “Untitled (Painting),” an exhibit by multiple artists, paired with Larry Clark’s 64-minute black-and-white film Tulsa, 1968 at Luhring Augustine before its close on Feb. 5. The nine contemporary artists showing all exhibit a unique approach to both traditional and nontraditional methods and abstract painting. A visual smorgasbord (531 West 24th Street).
“The Diary: Three Centuries of Private Lives,” featuring entries from Charlotte Brontë, opens Friday (The Morgan Library).
See a really old floor-we’re kidding! But no, really. Catch the Roman Mosaic from Lod, Israel, at the Met (till April 3).
Koo Schadler shows off her best egg tempera paintings at J. Cacciola (617 West 27th Street).
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