Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Art & Design Events, New York, Wednesday, 14 November 2018

Hunter College MFA 205 Hudson St lecture: David Reinfurt 7-9
Anita Rogers 15 Greene St reception: Jan Cunningham Considerations. New Paintings 6-8 rsvp Info@AnitaRogersGallery.com
#110 New York Mart Mall 75 East Broadway exhibition: Saemundur Thor Helgason Solar Plexus Pressure Belt™
Con Artist Collective 119 Ludlow St reception: Dmitry Kiper Twin Pics 7-11
47 Canal  291 Grand Street 2nd Fl exhibition: Martin Beck I wish it would never get dark
Arsenal Contemporary 214 Bowery exhibition: Chère Nicola L with Nadia Belerique, Ambera Wellmann, Chloe Wise
Proxyco 168 Suffolk St reception: Pablo Gómez Uribe All That Is Solid 6-8
Steven Harvey 208 Forsyth St reception: Jane Dickson Witness 6-8
Mother’s Ruin 18 Spring St reception: SNAG and Flourish and Thrive Academy Cocktail Meet and Greet; in conjunction with NYC Jewelry Week 2018 4-6
Jill Platner 113 Crosby St reception: Studio Tour and Cocktail Party; in conjunction with NYC Jewelry Week 2018 5-7
Novo Arts 263 Bowery reception: Andrés Mérida The Nomadic Artist 6-9
Bowery Hotel 335 Bowery silent auction: Tyler Loftis Portraits For Purpose 7-10 rsvp@portraitsforpurpose.org
Living Gallery Outpost 246 E 4 reception: Apostasy Aris Minaretzis, Jean-Pierre Villafañe, Nana Wolke 6-10
AIA New York Center for Architecture 536 LaGuardia Place panel: Perform: Designing for the Performing Arts Mitchell A. Hirsch AIA, LEED AP, Principal, Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects;  Joseph W.A. Myers, President and Principal Consultant, Kirkegaard Associates; Scott Crossfield, Design Principal, Theatre Projects; moderated by Ted Whitten, Architect and writer 6-8 $10
NYU MFA Project Space 80 Washington Square East reception: Thomas Ray Willis 5-7
Cooper Union Great Hall 7 E 7 Architectural League lecture: Anna Heringer Sustainability=beauty 7-9 $15
New York Studio School 8 W 8 lecture:  Robert Seidman Pulitzer's Pictures 6:30 free
Opening Reception for LOUD AND CLEAR: Voices from the Empire State
Maison Gerard 43 E 10  reception: LOUD AND CLEAR: Voices from the Empire State Lynn Batchelder, Jamie Bennett, Klaus Burgel, Pat Flynn, Tom Herman, Reiko Ishiyama, Sergey Jivetin, Alex Lozier, Darcy Miro, Jonathan Wahl, Kiwon Wang; in conjunction with NYC Jewelry Week 2018 6-8
Maison Gerard 53 E 10 reception: Parallel Lines: Craft and Culture in Contemporary Jewelry from Isreal Naama Bergman, Tamar Navama, Ruta Reifen, Dana Hakim, Noga Harel, Vered Kaminski, Einat Leader; in conjunction with NYC Jewelry Week 2018 5:30-8
Magen H 54 East 11 reception: Jean-Claude Bonillo The Art of Jewelry by Fire; in conjunction with NYC Jewelry Week 2018 6-8
New School Alvin Johnson/J.M. Kaplan Hall Room 510 66 W 12 New York Comics & Picture-story Symposium: Drawing on Authoritarianism Mohammad Sabaaneh in conversation with Eli Valley 7 free
New School Starr Foundation Hall, Room UL102 63 Fifth Ave Parsons Fine Arts Visiting Artist Lecture: Penelope Umbrico 7 free
Complete Tile Collection 42 W 15 talk: Benjamin Moore Presents Color Trends 2019 CEU Event, speakers: Jennifer E. Limberg and Amy Figueroa 5:30-8:30, presentation 7-8 rsvp Eventbrite
The 8th Floor 17 W 17 conversation: Experiments with Material Culture Elana Herzog and Eva Díaz 6-8 free, reservation requested
Hauser & Wirth 548 W 22 reception: Anna Maria Maiolino Errância Poética (Poetic Wanderings); Phyllida Barlow Tilt 6-8
Pace 537 W 24 reception: Agnes Martin Navajo Blankets 6-8
Manhattan Center for Kitchen and Bath 41 W 25 Ground Fl kitchen design reception: 7th Annual Harvest Home Event live music by Glen Roethel and cooking demo by Sub-Zero / Wolf’s corporate chefs Coleman and Anne Marie 6-9 by invitation only, registration required
Rizzoli 1133 Broadway book talk: John Phibbs Capability Brown: Designing the English Landscape (Rizzoli); Phipps speaking on Gardens, Landscape, War & Revolution 6-8, talk 6:30-7:15
Hollis Taggart at The High Line Nine 507 W 27 conversation: Jim Hedges with Pat Hackett in conjunction with Warhol’s Social Media: Unique Gelatin Silver Prints and Polaroids from an Important Collection 6-7:30
Planthouse 55 W 28 reception: #oldschool Montauk to Meer 6-9
Museum at FIT Katie Murphy Amphitheatre Seventh Ave at 27th St presentation and book signing: Michèle Gerber Klein Charles James: Portrait of an Unreasonable Man; Michèle Gerber Kleinin conversation with Valerie Steele 6 free, reservation requested
New York Design Center 200 Lexington Ave Bright Group suite 902 party: Welcome Steele Marcoux Veranda’s New Editor in Chief 6-8 rsvp Verandarsvp@hearst.com
SL Gallery 335 W 38 exhibition: Karen Gunderson-Norma Holt Collaboration
Marian Goodman 24 W 57 reception: Amar Kanwar Such a Morning 6-8
Art Students League 215 W 57 Lunchtime Lecture Series: Doug Safranek Renaissance in America: The Revival of Egg Tempera Painting in American Art 12:30-1:30

Howard Greenberg 41 E 57 reception: Edward Burtynsky Anthropocene; Vivian Maier The Color Work; Vivian Maier The Color Work 6-8

Just Off Madison private art dealers receptions An Open House: American Art 5-8 http://www.justoffmadisongalleries.com/
 Jonathan Boos 18 E 64 4th Fl
 Taylor | Graham 32 E 67
 David Tunick 13 E 69
 Debra Force 13 E 69  4F
 Graham Shay 1857 34 E  67 3rd Fl
 Kraushaar Galleries 15 E 7 1 2B
 Lois Wagner 15 E 71  2A
 Betty Krulik 50 E  72 10D
 Avery Galleries 50 E 72 10D
 James Reinish & Associates 25 E 73
 Meredith Ward 44 E 74 Suite G

 Conner • Rosenkranz 19 E 74

Igne Ferro / John Lyle 241 E 58 reception: Flagship Showroom Opening 5-8 reservation required
Rafael 235 E. 59 MM Fine Art reception: Claudia Aronow, Cornelia Foss, Melinda Hackett, Michael Meehan, Louise Peabody 6-8
Mendes Wood DM 60 E 66 exhibition: Solange Pessoa
New York School of Interior Design 170 E  70 conversation: Behind the Scenes: Creating a Design Book Wendy Goodman speaking with talks with art director Aaron Garza, and photo editor Leonor Mamanna about the collaborative process of creating, May I Come In? Discovering the World in Other People’s Houses 6-8 $15
KTCollection 276 Columbus Ave jewelry party: Wine & Jewelry Event 6-8
Sotheby’s Institute of Art Off-Site 345 E 104  reception: A Body of Art: Phenomenological Viewings  photography by Erica Simone and a tattoo Installation by Citizen Ink;  curated by Jenna Ferrey and Brandon Reis 6-8 rsvp Eventbrite


Bronx Museum of the Arts 1040 Grand Concourse Bronx reception: Christopher K. Ho Aloha to the World at the Don Ho Terrace; Eddie Martinez White Outs 6-8
The Point 940 Garrison Ave Bronx talk: Memorial Walls as Votive Sites: Tribute, Activism and Collective Memory Majora Carter of Sustainable South Bronx, Hector “Nicer” Nazario of TATS Cru, and Janet Braun-Reinitz, NYC based muralist and civil rights activist 7-8:30


Bank of Hope Woodside 50-15 Roosevelt Ave Woodside reception: Calm Jeannie Choe, Nam Sook Kwon, Kwija Cho, Hojong Yu, and David Park, curated by Margaret Tae, co-curated by Jeannie Choe 5-7
Arete Venue 67 W St #103 performance: Machine//Body Miya Masaoka, Eryka Dellenbach, Muyassar Kurdi, Samita Sinha 8 $15
Pratt 200 Willoughby Ave Clinton Hill Memorial Hall: The Image as Communication Lecture Series: Nate Pyper 6-7:30 free; DeKalb Gallery: Long Table: A Conversation organized by the Fine Arts department with  Shaun Leonardo and Mrin Aggarwal, rsvp Eventbrite 6:30-8:30; Lower ARC E-2 Lecture Hall: Pratt Photography Lectures: Shannon Ebner and Leslie Hewitt in conversation 7-8:30 free
UrbanGlass 647 Fulton St Fort Greene reception: Apparatus: The Art of Scientific Glass Steve Anderson, Dennis Briening, Tracy Drier, Jim Hodgson, Amy Lemaire, Robert Ponton, Sally Prasch and Michael Souza, curated by Glenn Adamson with Dennis Briening 6-8, curator talk 6:15; UrbanSparkle contemporary jewelry by Bianca Abreu, Lara Knutson, Amy Lemaire, Alexandra Lozier, Rachel Rader, Penelope Rakov, Erica Rosenfeld, Annie Shepherd 6-8 

Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Art & Design Events, New York, Tuesday, 13 November 2018

Apexart 291 Church St reading: Double Take 27 Louis Bury, Christian Hawkey, Sawako Nakayasu, Susan Wheeler, organized by Albert Mobilio 7-8:30
Michele Varian 27 Howard St roundtable: Jewelry Industry: Beyond Aesthetics Michele Varian with NYCJW co-founder JB Jones; Jewelry designer Annika Inez; Influencer and jewelry business / media consultant Liz Kantner; Jewelry wholesale manager Natalya Geremesz; 6-9 free, rs]vp erp@emilyraepellerin.com
Burton Store 69 Greene St party: Burton Pre-Killington Meet & Greet 6-8 rsvp https://burtonnycpre-killingtomeetandgreet18.splashthat.com/#rsvp
Heidi Lowe Gallery Pop-up 171 Elizabeth St reception:  Earrings Galore NYC; in conjunction with inaugural NYC Jewelry Week 6-9 free rsvp Eventbrite
International Center of Photography 250 Bowery lecture and guided meditation: Jacqueline Mabey Dismantling the Gaze: The Spiritual Hunt 6:30-8 free, reservation requested
NYCJW  Headquarters at Artists & Fleas Soho 568 Broadway RISD reception and viewing: #fail#success reception/mixer for RISD alumni of the Jewelry + Metalsmithing Department and current graduate students in the department 6-8
Cooper Union 41 Cooper Square IDS Lecture Series talk: Ashley Dawson Urban Futures 7-8:30
Cooper Union 7 E 7 Fall School of Art Student Exhibition reception 7th Floor Lobby: Azka Saifullah 6-8
Cornelia Street Cafe 29 Cornelia St reception: Pamela Goldman Retrospective5-7:30
New York Studio School 8 W 8 lecture: Shirley Kaneda 6:30-7:30 free
Umbrella Arts 317 E 9 discussion: Second Tuesday Photo Salon 7-8:30 donation requested
Maison Gerard 53 E 10 jewelry exhibition: Parallel Lines: Craft and Culture in Contemporary Jewelry From Israel; in conjunction with inaugural NYC Jewelry Week
New School Alvin Johnson/J.M. Kaplan Hall A404 66 W 12 New York Comics & Picture-Story Symposium: Jason Lutes on Berlin, 20 Years in the Making 7-9 free
SVA CP Projects Space 132 W 21 10th fl artist talk: Crying Pine Tree Goldin + Senneby 7 free
SVA 1 33/141 W 21 talk: Wet Images Dylan Gauthier and Marie Lorenz in Conversation with Steve Duncan 6:30-8 free
Madison Square Park Mad. Sq Art in Conversation: Rhonda Lieberman with Kenneth Goldsmith; event located in Arlene Shechet’s Full Steam Ahead noon-1
Rizzoli 1133 Broadway book celebration: Steven Holl Seven Houses; Holl in conversation with Wendy Goodman 6 free
Onishi 521 W 26 reception: Yuji Obata Sakura, Grace of Nature 6-8
Penumbra Foundation 36 E 30 lecture: Ansley West Rivers 7 $12
Museum of Modern Art 11 W 53 panel: Six Problems in Bruce Nauman ichael Auping, independent scholar and former Chief Curator, Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth; Carlos Basualdo, The Keith L. and Katherine Sachs Senior Curator of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia Museum of Art; Janet Kraynak, Senior Lecturer and Director of MA in Modern and Contemporary Art, Columbia University; Constance M. Lewallen, Adjunct Curator, University of California, Berkeley, Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive; Joan Simon, independent curator, writer, and arts administrator; and Robert Storr, artist, curator, and Professor, Yale University 6 $15
Henri Bendel 712 Fifth Ave party:  NYC Final Window Unveiling 5-9 free, rsvp Eventbrite
Heritage Auctions 445 Park Ave reception and highlights preview: Modern & Contemporary Art 5-7 reservation requested
Mobilia Gallery at The Lombardy Hotel 111 E 56 jewelry exhibition: Nature Redefined-Contemporary Explorations; in conjunction with inaugural NYC Jewelry Week

Le Board 800b 5th Ave jewelry exhibition: Le Board x Lulu Frost x NYC Women
Mahnaz Collection 32 E 57 jewelry exhibition: Material Beauty: Modern Hopi, Navajo and Pueblo Artist Jewelers in conjunction with inaugural NYC Jewelry Week
DAG 41 E 57 lecture and exhibition opening: India’s French Connection: Indian Artists in France Sakti Burman, Sunil Das, Rajendra Dhawan, Zarina Hashmi, Kattingeri Krishna Hebbar, Ram Kuma, Laxman Pai, Sayed Haider Raza, Krishna Reddy, Paritosh Sen; opening lecture: Modern Art Geographies 6-7 followed by vernissage 7 by invitation
Art Students League 215 W 57 panel: For Opacity: Elijah Burgher, Toyin Ojih Odutola, and Nathaniel Mary Quinn with Claire Gilman 6:30-8 free, rsvp Eventbrite
D&D Buiding 979 3rd Ave #1507 Ressource & Maison Sarah Lavoine showroom and collection launch celebration 5:30-7:30 by invitation reservation required
D&D Building 979 Third Ave #305 Robert Allen Showroom talk: Art Styling 101: Working with Collections and Focal Pieces; also art pop-up featuring Minted's community of independent artists 3-5 reservation https://www.eventbrite.com/e/art-styling-101-ceu-with-minted-art-tickets-52049900654
Ilias Lalaounis Corporation 31 E 64 exhibition: Studio jewelry created by Massachusetts College of Art and Design students and professors; in conjunction with inaugural NYC Jewelry Week
Erik Thomsen 23 E 67 reception: Japanese gold-lacquer boxes 5-8
Designers; in conjunction with inaugural NYC Jewelry Week 4-7 registration required
Instituto Italiano di Cultura 686 Park Ave reception: Matera Imagined/Matera Immaginata Photos by Piergiorgio Branzi, Esther Bubley, Mario Carbone, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Mario Cresci, Marjory Collins, Luigi Ghirri, Emmet Gowin, Fosco Maraini, David Seymour, Augusto Viggiano, Carrie Mae Weems, Dan Weiner, Joseph Williams e Yasmin Vobis 6
Van Doren Waxter 23 E 73 reception: Douglas Melini Starry Sky 6-8
Tilton 8 E 76 reception: John Outterbridge 6-8
Gagosian  976 Madison Ave book signing: Mary Gabriel Ninth Street Women: Lee Krasner, Elaine de Kooning, Grace Hartigan, Joan Mitchell, and Helen Frankenthaler: Five Painters and the Movement That Changed Modern Art 5-6 reservation ninthstreetwomen@gagosian.com
NYU Institute of Fine Arts 1 E 78 Medieval Art Forum lecture: M. Michel Tomasi Cultural Transfer and Artistic Emulation: Rinaldino di Francia, the Lupi Chapel (Padua), and Sculpted Altarpieces in Trecento Italy 6:30 free, reservation required
A/D/O 29 Norman Ave reception: Solar Panel Art Series NYC debut || Powered by URBAN-X  Swoon, Felipe Pantone, Zaria Forman, Maya Hayuk, Edward Granger, Askew, Olek, James Reka, Brian Kenny, Aaron Li-Hill; in partnership with online auction house Paddle8, design center A/D/O, startup tech accelerator URBAN-X, and Olafur Eliasson's Little SunFoundation 6-9 by invitation
Art During The Occupation 119 Ingraham St Bushwick Performance Night 1: Rupture by Eric Gottshall and Adriana Norat, 35 minutes followed by reception and social for the artists 7:30-9 also Wednesday
Tiger Strikes Asteroid 1329 Willoughby Ave #2A Bushwick closing reception and sale: The Flat Files: Year Five Paolo Arao, Carlos Beltran Arechiga, Caetlynn Booth,
Ellen Burchenal, Emily Burns, Eddie Chu, Andrea Sherrill Evans, Jacquelyn Gleisner, Rhia Hurt, Raymie Iadevaia, Vanessa Irzyk, Chris Joy, Tricia Keightley, Songyi Kim, Rachel Klinghoffer, Alison Kudlow, Vanessa Larsen, Mary Laube, Amanda Lechner, Tonya Lee, Greg Lindquist, Elizabeth Livingston, Leeza Meksin, Bridget Mullen, Ryan Sarah Murphy, Erin Murray, Justin Plakas, Keisha Prioleau-Martin, Lauren Rice, Kristen Schiele, Jennifer Shep ard, Niki Singleton, Sarah Slappey, Melinda Steffy, Catalina Viejo Lopez de Roda, Bettina Weiß, and James Woodfill 6-8
Brooklyn Public Library Dweck Cultural Center 10 Grand Army Plaza Prospect Heights discussion: The Review Panel Jason Farago, Seph Rodney, Karen Wilkin with David Cohen 7 free
New York Foundation for the Arts  20 Jay St Dumbo discussion: Reshaping Streetscapes Neil Gagliardi, Signe Nielsen, Ethel Sheffer, and Shin-pei Tsay, moderated by Justin Garrett Moore 6:30-8
BAM Fisher Lower Lobby 321 Ashland Pl Fort Greene video and performance: Lauren Bakst Moving Body, Moving Study: in the not not; collaborative sound lecture: Liquid Myths Jesse Chun and Guadalupe Maravilla reception 6, performances 7
Ground Floor 343 5th St Gowanus artist talk: A Fluid Tapestry John Richey, Keun Young Park, Melissa Dadourian, Tegan Brozyna 6:30-8

HBO Film: The Price of Everything (98min), directed by Nathaniel Kahn. A searing indictment of the art world, for which Andy Warhol laid the groundwork, featuring Jeff Koons and Larry Poons, and a vast number of artists, dealers, collectors, and critics, including Jerry Saltz and Barbara Rose. Saltz has a very personal and brilliant take on the film, How Does the Art World Live With Itself? on the Vulture website. Now screening on HBO and a must-see for anyone interested in the debasement of art and culture.