If you're the kind of person who tears up when someone else does, you might need to bring some tissues to Laurel Nakadate's "365 Days: A Catalogue of Tears." For a year, the artist took a photograph of herself crying - clothed, naked, at home, in public, and so on. Though some will doubt how sincere the art is, crying's personal, not to mention cathartic. The free exhibit closes on June 25. View it at the Leslie Tonkonow sixth-floor gallery at 535 West 22nd Street near 10th Avenue. It's open on Tuesday-Saturday from 10-6. While you're that far west, check out the other small galleries on 22nd Street. You'll bound to find some art to appreciate.
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