Through Dec. 16: Rita Jimenez: “Refracting the Sublime” at Visual Arts Gallery at New Jersey City University, Jersey City.
Through Dec. 16: Kirk Maynard: “Periphery” at Harold B. Lemmerman Gallery at New Jersey City University, Jersey City. Works by Noriko Ambe, Dahlia Elsayed, Kenji Kojima, Dominique Paul, Nyugen Smith, Yasunao Tone and Sachigusa Yasuda.
Through Dec. 29: “Janet Ruttenberg: Beholder” at 1867 Sanctuary Arts & Culture Center, Ewing.
Through Jan. 2: “A Killing Frost” at Hamilton Street Gallery, Bound Brook. Works by Luis Alves, Peter Arakawa, Bill Bonner, Virginia Carroll, Shannon DeAngelis, Steven Epstein, Phil George, Rita Herzfeld, Joe Kavalesky, John Marron, Larry McCandlish, Brian McCormack, Maria Mijares, Ellen Rebarber, Amanda Redling, Irene Riegner, Karen Terry, Michael Williamson.
Through Jan. 5: “Dimensionism: Modern Art in the Age of Einstein” at Zimmerli Art Museum, New Brunswick. (NJArts.net Review)
Through Jan. 5: “Impossible Shadows: The Art of Kagan” at Montclair Art Museum. (NJArts.net Review)
Through Jan. 5: “What Exit? The Spirit of New Jersey: Photographs by Timothy White” at Newark Museum of Art.
Through Jan. 5: “Beyond Zen: Japanese Buddhism Revealed” at Newark Museum of Art.
Through Jan. 5: “Feasting with Family and Friends: Christmas in the Ballantine House” at Newark Museum of Art.
Through Jan. 11: “Women Artists on the Leading Edge: Celebrating Douglass College at 100” at Zimmerli Art Museum, New Brunswick.
Through Jan. 11: Robert Padilla, “A New Home: A Retrospective” at Detour Gallery, Red Bank.
Through Jan. 12: “Ed Berger: Jazz Photographer” at Jewish Museum of Newark.
Through Jan. 12: “All the Creatures Were Stirring, Even the Mouse! Thomas Nast’s Furry Christmas” at Macculloch Hall Historical Museum, Morristown.
Through Feb. 2: “States of Health: Visualizing Illness and Healing” at Princeton University Art Museum.
Through Feb. 9: “W. Parsons Todd’s Collection of Ceramics and Other Elegant Breakables” at Macculloch Hall Historical Museum, Morristown.
Through Feb. 16: “The Eternal Feast: Banqueting in 10th-14th Century Chinese Art” at Princeton University Art Museum.
Through Feb. 23: “Birding in Asian Art” at Newark Museum of Art.
Through March 1: “The Adventures of Baron Von Steuben and Cromwell: A Kinetic Tale by David Bowman” at Morris Museum, Morris Township.
Through March 3: “Recent Acquisitions in Photography” at Zimmerli Art Museum, New Brunswick.
Through March 15: “Aerosol: Graffiti” at Morris Museum, Morris Township. Works by 4sakn, Acet TM7, Dave Mek One Klama, Dean Ras Innocenzi, Demerock, Distort, Elan, Felipe Prox One Rivas, Jonathan Conner (LANK), Leon Rainbow, Maliq Griffin, Will Kasso Condry.
Through March 21: “Feast & Famine” at Express Newark. Works by John Baldessari, Renee Cox, Martha Rosler, Robert Rauschenberg, Nina Katchadourian, Swoon, Wayne Thiebaud and others.
Through April 19: “Everyday People: Mel Leipzig’s Figurative Realism” at Morris Museum, Morris Township.
Through April 26: “Legends of Motown: Celebrating the Supremes” at Grammy Museum Experience Prudential Center, Newark.
Through May 10: “Dreaming of Utopia: Roosevelt, New Jersey” at Morven Museum & Garden, Princeton.
Through June 14: “Virgil Ortiz: Odyssey of the Venutian Soldiers” at Montclair Art Museum.
Through Dec. 31, 2020: “That’s Worth Celebrating: The Life and Work of the Johnson Family” at Grounds for Sculpture, Hamilton.
Dec. 19-Feb. 2: “Painting to Testify: Early Post-Liberation Works by David Friedman” at Morris Museum, Morris Township.
Jan. 18-April 12: “Paper Weight: Works in Paper by Elsa Mora” at 1867 Sanctuary Arts & Culture Center, Ewing.
Feb. 4: “DaVinci & Michelangelo: The Titans Experience,” multimedia presentation by Mark Rodgers at Mayo Performing Arts Center, Morristown.
Feb. 11-May 3: “Norman Bluhm: Metamorphosis” at Newark Museum of Art.
March 7-June 14: “Cézanne: The Rock and Quarry Paintings” at Princeton University Art Museum.
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