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January, 2022

Saturday
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For over seven centuries, clocks and watches have been depicted in artwork around the world. Whether they’ve appeared as the major focus of a canvas or a subtle element in the backdrop, timekeepers have served as reminders of human mortality and as symbols of affluence, discipline, occupation, or technological sophistication. Now, an exhibition of over 60 examples is on display at the headquarters of America’s first watchmaking guild.

Nearly all the artworks are on loan from HSNY Exhibit Curator Bob Frishman, who created HSNY’s inaugural loan exhibit in early 2020 and now returns with a fresh theme accompanied by a 16-page illustrated catalog.
Sunday
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For over seven centuries, clocks and watches have been depicted in artwork around the world. Whether they’ve appeared as the major focus of a canvas or a subtle element in the backdrop, timekeepers have served as reminders of human mortality and as symbols of affluence, discipline, occupation, or technological sophistication. Now, an exhibition of over 60 examples is on display at the headquarters of America’s first watchmaking guild.

Nearly all the artworks are on loan from HSNY Exhibit Curator Bob Frishman, who created HSNY’s inaugural loan exhibit in early 2020 and now returns with a fresh theme accompanied by a 16-page illustrated catalog.
Monday
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For over seven centuries, clocks and watches have been depicted in artwork around the world. Whether they’ve appeared as the major focus of a canvas or a subtle element in the backdrop, timekeepers have served as reminders of human mortality and as symbols of affluence, discipline, occupation, or technological sophistication. Now, an exhibition of over 60 examples is on display at the headquarters of America’s first watchmaking guild.

Nearly all the artworks are on loan from HSNY Exhibit Curator Bob Frishman, who created HSNY’s inaugural loan exhibit in early 2020 and now returns with a fresh theme accompanied by a 16-page illustrated catalog.
Tuesday
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For over seven centuries, clocks and watches have been depicted in artwork around the world. Whether they’ve appeared as the major focus of a canvas or a subtle element in the backdrop, timekeepers have served as reminders of human mortality and as symbols of affluence, discipline, occupation, or technological sophistication. Now, an exhibition of over 60 examples is on display at the headquarters of America’s first watchmaking guild.

Nearly all the artworks are on loan from HSNY Exhibit Curator Bob Frishman, who created HSNY’s inaugural loan exhibit in early 2020 and now returns with a fresh theme accompanied by a 16-page illustrated catalog.
Wednesday
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For over seven centuries, clocks and watches have been depicted in artwork around the world. Whether they’ve appeared as the major focus of a canvas or a subtle element in the backdrop, timekeepers have served as reminders of human mortality and as symbols of affluence, discipline, occupation, or technological sophistication. Now, an exhibition of over 60 examples is on display at the headquarters of America’s first watchmaking guild.

Nearly all the artworks are on loan from HSNY Exhibit Curator Bob Frishman, who created HSNY’s inaugural loan exhibit in early 2020 and now returns with a fresh theme accompanied by a 16-page illustrated catalog.
Thursday
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For over seven centuries, clocks and watches have been depicted in artwork around the world. Whether they’ve appeared as the major focus of a canvas or a subtle element in the backdrop, timekeepers have served as reminders of human mortality and as symbols of affluence, discipline, occupation, or technological sophistication. Now, an exhibition of over 60 examples is on display at the headquarters of America’s first watchmaking guild.

Nearly all the artworks are on loan from HSNY Exhibit Curator Bob Frishman, who created HSNY’s inaugural loan exhibit in early 2020 and now returns with a fresh theme accompanied by a 16-page illustrated catalog.
Friday
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For over seven centuries, clocks and watches have been depicted in artwork around the world. Whether they’ve appeared as the major focus of a canvas or a subtle element in the backdrop, timekeepers have served as reminders of human mortality and as symbols of affluence, discipline, occupation, or technological sophistication. Now, an exhibition of over 60 examples is on display at the headquarters of America’s first watchmaking guild.

Nearly all the artworks are on loan from HSNY Exhibit Curator Bob Frishman, who created HSNY’s inaugural loan exhibit in early 2020 and now returns with a fresh theme accompanied by a 16-page illustrated catalog.
Saturday
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For over seven centuries, clocks and watches have been depicted in artwork around the world. Whether they’ve appeared as the major focus of a canvas or a subtle element in the backdrop, timekeepers have served as reminders of human mortality and as symbols of affluence, discipline, occupation, or technological sophistication. Now, an exhibition of over 60 examples is on display at the headquarters of America’s first watchmaking guild.

Nearly all the artworks are on loan from HSNY Exhibit Curator Bob Frishman, who created HSNY’s inaugural loan exhibit in early 2020 and now returns with a fresh theme accompanied by a 16-page illustrated catalog.
Sunday
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For over seven centuries, clocks and watches have been depicted in artwork around the world. Whether they’ve appeared as the major focus of a canvas or a subtle element in the backdrop, timekeepers have served as reminders of human mortality and as symbols of affluence, discipline, occupation, or technological sophistication. Now, an exhibition of over 60 examples is on display at the headquarters of America’s first watchmaking guild.

Nearly all the artworks are on loan from HSNY Exhibit Curator Bob Frishman, who created HSNY’s inaugural loan exhibit in early 2020 and now returns with a fresh theme accompanied by a 16-page illustrated catalog.
Monday
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For over seven centuries, clocks and watches have been depicted in artwork around the world. Whether they’ve appeared as the major focus of a canvas or a subtle element in the backdrop, timekeepers have served as reminders of human mortality and as symbols of affluence, discipline, occupation, or technological sophistication. Now, an exhibition of over 60 examples is on display at the headquarters of America’s first watchmaking guild.

Nearly all the artworks are on loan from HSNY Exhibit Curator Bob Frishman, who created HSNY’s inaugural loan exhibit in early 2020 and now returns with a fresh theme accompanied by a 16-page illustrated catalog.
Tuesday
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For over seven centuries, clocks and watches have been depicted in artwork around the world. Whether they’ve appeared as the major focus of a canvas or a subtle element in the backdrop, timekeepers have served as reminders of human mortality and as symbols of affluence, discipline, occupation, or technological sophistication. Now, an exhibition of over 60 examples is on display at the headquarters of America’s first watchmaking guild.

Nearly all the artworks are on loan from HSNY Exhibit Curator Bob Frishman, who created HSNY’s inaugural loan exhibit in early 2020 and now returns with a fresh theme accompanied by a 16-page illustrated catalog.
Wednesday
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For over seven centuries, clocks and watches have been depicted in artwork around the world. Whether they’ve appeared as the major focus of a canvas or a subtle element in the backdrop, timekeepers have served as reminders of human mortality and as symbols of affluence, discipline, occupation, or technological sophistication. Now, an exhibition of over 60 examples is on display at the headquarters of America’s first watchmaking guild.

Nearly all the artworks are on loan from HSNY Exhibit Curator Bob Frishman, who created HSNY’s inaugural loan exhibit in early 2020 and now returns with a fresh theme accompanied by a 16-page illustrated catalog.
Thursday
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For over seven centuries, clocks and watches have been depicted in artwork around the world. Whether they’ve appeared as the major focus of a canvas or a subtle element in the backdrop, timekeepers have served as reminders of human mortality and as symbols of affluence, discipline, occupation, or technological sophistication. Now, an exhibition of over 60 examples is on display at the headquarters of America’s first watchmaking guild.

Nearly all the artworks are on loan from HSNY Exhibit Curator Bob Frishman, who created HSNY’s inaugural loan exhibit in early 2020 and now returns with a fresh theme accompanied by a 16-page illustrated catalog.
Friday
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For over seven centuries, clocks and watches have been depicted in artwork around the world. Whether they’ve appeared as the major focus of a canvas or a subtle element in the backdrop, timekeepers have served as reminders of human mortality and as symbols of affluence, discipline, occupation, or technological sophistication. Now, an exhibition of over 60 examples is on display at the headquarters of America’s first watchmaking guild.

Nearly all the artworks are on loan from HSNY Exhibit Curator Bob Frishman, who created HSNY’s inaugural loan exhibit in early 2020 and now returns with a fresh theme accompanied by a 16-page illustrated catalog.
Saturday
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For over seven centuries, clocks and watches have been depicted in artwork around the world. Whether they’ve appeared as the major focus of a canvas or a subtle element in the backdrop, timekeepers have served as reminders of human mortality and as symbols of affluence, discipline, occupation, or technological sophistication. Now, an exhibition of over 60 examples is on display at the headquarters of America’s first watchmaking guild.

Nearly all the artworks are on loan from HSNY Exhibit Curator Bob Frishman, who created HSNY’s inaugural loan exhibit in early 2020 and now returns with a fresh theme accompanied by a 16-page illustrated catalog.
Sunday
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For over seven centuries, clocks and watches have been depicted in artwork around the world. Whether they’ve appeared as the major focus of a canvas or a subtle element in the backdrop, timekeepers have served as reminders of human mortality and as symbols of affluence, discipline, occupation, or technological sophistication. Now, an exhibition of over 60 examples is on display at the headquarters of America’s first watchmaking guild.

Nearly all the artworks are on loan from HSNY Exhibit Curator Bob Frishman, who created HSNY’s inaugural loan exhibit in early 2020 and now returns with a fresh theme accompanied by a 16-page illustrated catalog.
Monday
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For over seven centuries, clocks and watches have been depicted in artwork around the world. Whether they’ve appeared as the major focus of a canvas or a subtle element in the backdrop, timekeepers have served as reminders of human mortality and as symbols of affluence, discipline, occupation, or technological sophistication. Now, an exhibition of over 60 examples is on display at the headquarters of America’s first watchmaking guild.

Nearly all the artworks are on loan from HSNY Exhibit Curator Bob Frishman, who created HSNY’s inaugural loan exhibit in early 2020 and now returns with a fresh theme accompanied by a 16-page illustrated catalog.
Tuesday
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For over seven centuries, clocks and watches have been depicted in artwork around the world. Whether they’ve appeared as the major focus of a canvas or a subtle element in the backdrop, timekeepers have served as reminders of human mortality and as symbols of affluence, discipline, occupation, or technological sophistication. Now, an exhibition of over 60 examples is on display at the headquarters of America’s first watchmaking guild.

Nearly all the artworks are on loan from HSNY Exhibit Curator Bob Frishman, who created HSNY’s inaugural loan exhibit in early 2020 and now returns with a fresh theme accompanied by a 16-page illustrated catalog.
Wednesday
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For over seven centuries, clocks and watches have been depicted in artwork around the world. Whether they’ve appeared as the major focus of a canvas or a subtle element in the backdrop, timekeepers have served as reminders of human mortality and as symbols of affluence, discipline, occupation, or technological sophistication. Now, an exhibition of over 60 examples is on display at the headquarters of America’s first watchmaking guild.

Nearly all the artworks are on loan from HSNY Exhibit Curator Bob Frishman, who created HSNY’s inaugural loan exhibit in early 2020 and now returns with a fresh theme accompanied by a 16-page illustrated catalog.
Thursday
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For over seven centuries, clocks and watches have been depicted in artwork around the world. Whether they’ve appeared as the major focus of a canvas or a subtle element in the backdrop, timekeepers have served as reminders of human mortality and as symbols of affluence, discipline, occupation, or technological sophistication. Now, an exhibition of over 60 examples is on display at the headquarters of America’s first watchmaking guild.

Nearly all the artworks are on loan from HSNY Exhibit Curator Bob Frishman, who created HSNY’s inaugural loan exhibit in early 2020 and now returns with a fresh theme accompanied by a 16-page illustrated catalog.
Friday
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For over seven centuries, clocks and watches have been depicted in artwork around the world. Whether they’ve appeared as the major focus of a canvas or a subtle element in the backdrop, timekeepers have served as reminders of human mortality and as symbols of affluence, discipline, occupation, or technological sophistication. Now, an exhibition of over 60 examples is on display at the headquarters of America’s first watchmaking guild.

Nearly all the artworks are on loan from HSNY Exhibit Curator Bob Frishman, who created HSNY’s inaugural loan exhibit in early 2020 and now returns with a fresh theme accompanied by a 16-page illustrated catalog.
Saturday
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For over seven centuries, clocks and watches have been depicted in artwork around the world. Whether they’ve appeared as the major focus of a canvas or a subtle element in the backdrop, timekeepers have served as reminders of human mortality and as symbols of affluence, discipline, occupation, or technological sophistication. Now, an exhibition of over 60 examples is on display at the headquarters of America’s first watchmaking guild.

Nearly all the artworks are on loan from HSNY Exhibit Curator Bob Frishman, who created HSNY’s inaugural loan exhibit in early 2020 and now returns with a fresh theme accompanied by a 16-page illustrated catalog.
Sunday
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For over seven centuries, clocks and watches have been depicted in artwork around the world. Whether they’ve appeared as the major focus of a canvas or a subtle element in the backdrop, timekeepers have served as reminders of human mortality and as symbols of affluence, discipline, occupation, or technological sophistication. Now, an exhibition of over 60 examples is on display at the headquarters of America’s first watchmaking guild.

Nearly all the artworks are on loan from HSNY Exhibit Curator Bob Frishman, who created HSNY’s inaugural loan exhibit in early 2020 and now returns with a fresh theme accompanied by a 16-page illustrated catalog.
Monday
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For over seven centuries, clocks and watches have been depicted in artwork around the world. Whether they’ve appeared as the major focus of a canvas or a subtle element in the backdrop, timekeepers have served as reminders of human mortality and as symbols of affluence, discipline, occupation, or technological sophistication. Now, an exhibition of over 60 examples is on display at the headquarters of America’s first watchmaking guild.

Nearly all the artworks are on loan from HSNY Exhibit Curator Bob Frishman, who created HSNY’s inaugural loan exhibit in early 2020 and now returns with a fresh theme accompanied by a 16-page illustrated catalog.
Tuesday
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For over seven centuries, clocks and watches have been depicted in artwork around the world. Whether they’ve appeared as the major focus of a canvas or a subtle element in the backdrop, timekeepers have served as reminders of human mortality and as symbols of affluence, discipline, occupation, or technological sophistication. Now, an exhibition of over 60 examples is on display at the headquarters of America’s first watchmaking guild.

Nearly all the artworks are on loan from HSNY Exhibit Curator Bob Frishman, who created HSNY’s inaugural loan exhibit in early 2020 and now returns with a fresh theme accompanied by a 16-page illustrated catalog.
Wednesday
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For over seven centuries, clocks and watches have been depicted in artwork around the world. Whether they’ve appeared as the major focus of a canvas or a subtle element in the backdrop, timekeepers have served as reminders of human mortality and as symbols of affluence, discipline, occupation, or technological sophistication. Now, an exhibition of over 60 examples is on display at the headquarters of America’s first watchmaking guild.

Nearly all the artworks are on loan from HSNY Exhibit Curator Bob Frishman, who created HSNY’s inaugural loan exhibit in early 2020 and now returns with a fresh theme accompanied by a 16-page illustrated catalog.
Wednesday
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Thursday
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For over seven centuries, clocks and watches have been depicted in artwork around the world. Whether they’ve appeared as the major focus of a canvas or a subtle element in the backdrop, timekeepers have served as reminders of human mortality and as symbols of affluence, discipline, occupation, or technological sophistication. Now, an exhibition of over 60 examples is on display at the headquarters of America’s first watchmaking guild.

Nearly all the artworks are on loan from HSNY Exhibit Curator Bob Frishman, who created HSNY’s inaugural loan exhibit in early 2020 and now returns with a fresh theme accompanied by a 16-page illustrated catalog.
Friday
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For over seven centuries, clocks and watches have been depicted in artwork around the world. Whether they’ve appeared as the major focus of a canvas or a subtle element in the backdrop, timekeepers have served as reminders of human mortality and as symbols of affluence, discipline, occupation, or technological sophistication. Now, an exhibition of over 60 examples is on display at the headquarters of America’s first watchmaking guild.

Nearly all the artworks are on loan from HSNY Exhibit Curator Bob Frishman, who created HSNY’s inaugural loan exhibit in early 2020 and now returns with a fresh theme accompanied by a 16-page illustrated catalog.
Saturday
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For over seven centuries, clocks and watches have been depicted in artwork around the world. Whether they’ve appeared as the major focus of a canvas or a subtle element in the backdrop, timekeepers have served as reminders of human mortality and as symbols of affluence, discipline, occupation, or technological sophistication. Now, an exhibition of over 60 examples is on display at the headquarters of America’s first watchmaking guild.

Nearly all the artworks are on loan from HSNY Exhibit Curator Bob Frishman, who created HSNY’s inaugural loan exhibit in early 2020 and now returns with a fresh theme accompanied by a 16-page illustrated catalog.
Sunday
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For over seven centuries, clocks and watches have been depicted in artwork around the world. Whether they’ve appeared as the major focus of a canvas or a subtle element in the backdrop, timekeepers have served as reminders of human mortality and as symbols of affluence, discipline, occupation, or technological sophistication. Now, an exhibition of over 60 examples is on display at the headquarters of America’s first watchmaking guild.

Nearly all the artworks are on loan from HSNY Exhibit Curator Bob Frishman, who created HSNY’s inaugural loan exhibit in early 2020 and now returns with a fresh theme accompanied by a 16-page illustrated catalog.
Monday
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For over seven centuries, clocks and watches have been depicted in artwork around the world. Whether they’ve appeared as the major focus of a canvas or a subtle element in the backdrop, timekeepers have served as reminders of human mortality and as symbols of affluence, discipline, occupation, or technological sophistication. Now, an exhibition of over 60 examples is on display at the headquarters of America’s first watchmaking guild.

Nearly all the artworks are on loan from HSNY Exhibit Curator Bob Frishman, who created HSNY’s inaugural loan exhibit in early 2020 and now returns with a fresh theme accompanied by a 16-page illustrated catalog.

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