Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Art & Design Events, New York, Spring Equinox, Wednesday, 20 March 2019

New York Academy 111 Franklin St Conversation with the Critics Andrew Russeth, Jasmine Weber, Jessica Bell Brown, and Paddy Johnson 6:30 free and open to the public
Hunter College MFA 205 Hudson St talk: Tamy Ben-Tor 7-9 free
Apexart 291 Church St reception: Dire Junk the catamites, Tabitha Nikolai, Devi McCallion, Porpentine Charity Heartscape, organized by Porpentine Charity Heartscape 6-8
R & Company 64 White St reception: The Noble Line - Wanscher + Tenreiro Furniture Masterworks Ole Wanscher, Joaquim Tenreiro; Bae Se Hwa Steam Bent Series 6-8  
Anita Rogers 15 Greene St reception: George Negroponte When Love Comes To Town 6-8 rsvp

Rubber Factory 29c Ludlow St reception: Zoe Avery Nelson The Measure of a Boi 6-8
Con Artist Collective 119 Ludlow St reception: Springtime! 7-11
Van Der Plas 156 Orchard St reception: 4 Those of Us who Merely Tolerate Civilization Al Diaz, Richard Hambleton, Franc Palaia, Jason Mclean, Alejandro Caiazza, Scot Borrofsky, Bob Dombrowski, FA-Q 6-8
Mizuma, Kips & Wada Art 324 Grand St reception: JM Haessle Gnossienne 6-8
Company 88 Eldridge St 5th Fl conversation: Fin Simonetti with Loreta Lamargese 7
International Center of Photography 250 Bowery lecture: Alex Kay Potter Reimagining the Image 6:30-8 free, reservation requested
GR Gallery 255 Bowery reception: Midnights Yoon Hyup, Bisco Smith 6-9

Dashwood Books 33 Bond St book launch: Matthew Porter The Heights (Aperture) 6-8
Fortnight Insitute 60 E 4 five-day residency reception: Collateral Circulation presented by bookseller Arthur Fournier 6-8
New York Studio School 8 W 8 lecture: William Tucker Looking at Five Sculptures 6:30 free
New School Room UL102 University Center AIGA book discussion: Erica Cerulo and Claire Mazur Work Wife (Penguin RandomHouse); Erica Cerulo  and Claire Mazur speaking with Melissa Deckert, Nicole Licht, Kelli Miller, and Kendra Eash 6:30-8:30, reception and book signing 8:30 $30
SVA Flatiron Project Space 133/141 W 21 reception: IMPULSUS / Under The Influence Tiffany Bales, Max Kornfield, Dylan Prince, Taylor Zarif, Wendy Artin 6-8
Hauser & Wirth 548 W 22 Utopia / Dystopia series talk: Pam Grossman Remedios Varo: Bruja with a Brush 7-9 free, reservation Eventbrite, sold out
Dia Art Foundation 535 W 22 Artists on Artists talk: Matthew Day Jackson on Nancy Holt 6:30-8 $10
Rizzoli 1133 Broadway book discussion: Ray Kass and Howard Risatti The Mountain Lake Symposium and Workshop: Artists in Locale; speakers: Ray Kass, Donald Kuspit, and Howard Risatti 6
Italian Cultural Institute 686 Park Ave discussion: Milano: Contemporary  
Italian Design Day Stefano Boeri, architect and President of Fondazione La Triennale, in conversation with Noemi Bonazzi and Peter Eisenman, moderated by Matteo Milani 6:30 free, at capacity

Grand Army Plaza Prospect Heights Spring Equinox Celebration stand up an egg on the equinox for good luck all year; hosted by Mama Donna Henes, Urban Shaman 5:30-8:30
Pratt Myrtle Hall  Room 4E-3 200 willoughby Ave Clinton Hill Digital Arts Lecture Series: Lajuné McMillian 12:45-1:45
UrbanGlass 647 Fulton St Fort Greene reception: A certain set of dynamics Embodied Empathy, Christopher Mahonski, Valerie Shusterov, and Kristen Neville Taylor, juried by Will Hutnick and Gaby Collins-Fernandez, curated by Sarah Rebekah Byrd Mizer 6-9
Fringe Salon 298 Bond St Gowanus Art Show Party: Samantha Gore Yantra Paintings 7-10
Nitehawk Cinema 188 Prospect Park West mezzanine level opening reception: Art at Nitehawk ArtsPSWT (Park Slope Windsor Terrace Artists) 6-8 (F train to 15th St)
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Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Art & Design Events, New York, Tuesday, 19 March 2019

Swiss Institute 38 St Marks Pl reception: Shahryar Nashat 6-8
Cooper Union 7 E 7 Senior Shows receptions: Michelle Cho, 2nd Floor Lobby; Brian Huang Third Wave Photon Physics, 5th Floor Lobby; Vinicius de Oliveira with Mia Lockhart 20/20, 6th Floor Lobby; Claire Kleinman All the good parts were eaten, 7th Floor Lobby; Olivia Vankuiken, Arthur A. Houghton Gallery. Student Show receptions: Anjani Ramadhani, Great Hall Gallery; Magnus Petersen Horner, 1st Floor Colonnade
New York Studio School 8 W 8 talk: Enrico Riley On His Work 6:30 free
LAZO at  The Loisaida Center 710 E 9 reception: Crossroads Isabella Cruz-Chong, José Joaquín Figueroa, Catalina Schliebener, Pedro Wainer 6-8
SVA 214 E 21 Rm 120 MFA Photography, Video, and Related Media presents talk: photographer Mario Santoro Artist Book on the layering of  techniques 6:30-8:30 free
SVA 133/141 W 21 Rm 101C lecture: David Joselit Painting Alterity on Pablo Picasso's ‘Demoiselles D’Avignon ‘ (1907) and Robert Colescott's two versions of the ‘Demoiselles D’Alabama’ (1985) 6:30-8 free
Rizzoli 1133 Broadway book celebration: Rory Macdonald Bake 6-7:30 reservation
Project: ARTspace 99 Madison Ave 8th Fl reception: Particulate Matter Jaynie Gillman Crimmins, Beth Dary, Liz Jaff, Antonia Perez, Suzan Shutan, Nancy Baker and Etty Yaniv, curated by Nancy Baker and Etty Yaniv 7-9
General Society of Mechanics & Tradesmen 20 W 44 Landmark Lecture Series: Janet W. Foster Pattern Books and 19th Century American Building, presented with the New York Landmarks Conservancy 6:30 $15 Eventbrite
Galerie St. Etienne 24 W 57 exhibition: Looking for America: The First in a Series of Exhibitions Celebrating the 80th Anniversary of the Galerie St. Etienne
Asia Society 725 Park Ave media preview and opening reception: M.F. Husain Art and the Nation media preview 5:30 by invitation, reception 6 by invitation
Syracuse University Louise and Bernard Palitz Gallery Joseph I. Lubin House 11 E 61 reception: Juan Juarez Corpus 6-8 reservation or 212.826.0320
Shakespeare & Co. 2020 Broadway book talk: Sherry DeCarava on Roy DeCarava & Langston Hughes’ The Sweet Flypaper of Life (1955, republished 2019) 7-8 free, tickets Eventbrite
HI New York City Hostel 891 Amsterdam Ave conversation: Here I am - Stories Behind Photography Mingmei Meng interviews Natalie Saez doors open 7
NYPL George Bruce Library 518 W 125 Future Continuous Kambui Olujimi and Andre D. Wagner, organized by Legacy Russell and Hanna Girma; part of the Studio Museum’s inHarlem initiative
International Studio & Curatorial Program 1040 Metropolitan Ave Artists at Work talk: Tali Keren and Allard van Hoorn 6:30-8
Residency Unlimited 360 Court St Carrroll Gardens RU Talk: Top View, Close Look Igor Bošnjak & Martin Penev 6:30
Trestle 850 Third Ave Sunset Park Open Critique with Sa'dia Rehman 7 free

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Monday, March 18, 2019

Art & Design Events, New York Area, Monday, 18 March 2019

SVA CP Projects Space 132 W 21 10th Fl talk: Experimental Ethics in Art Jonathan Beller, Lise Soskolne, and Joan Kee on artists' contracts, smart contracts like blockchain, and grassroots solidarity networks in the art field, moderated by Brian Kuan Wood 7-9 free
SVA 133/141 W 21 Rm 101C BFA Visual & Critical Studies talk: Mochila: Small Journals and Independent Publishing f publishers Lucia Hinojosa (diSONARE), Nick Herman (Anteprojects), Christopher Rey Pérez (Dolce Stil Criollo) and María Portilla (Mi Valedor) 6:30-8 free
SVA Theatre 333 W 23 talk: Utopia Centerfolds at Play Joseph Maida in conversation with Brandon Isralsky and Ina Jang in conjunction with the book Utopia Centerfolds at Play 7-9 free
MoMA 11 W 53 screening and talk: An Evening with Jeff Preiss; film:  14 STANDARD 8mm REELS 1981–1988 7 sold out
Phillips 450 Park Ave Art Matters conversation: Arnold Lehman with Laurie Simmons 6-8 reservation essential, space is limited
Pratt Higgins Hall Siegel Gallery 61 St James Pl Clinton Hill reception: Theoharis David - 50 Years Teaching and Learning -- A Process of Design St Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church WTC / NYC 6-8

313 Gallery 313 3rd St Jersey City closing reception: Norm Kirby In Like A Line 6-9

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Sunday, March 17, 2019

Art & Design Events, New York, Sunday, 17 March 2019

Cuchifritos 120 Essex St closing reception and performance: Ayana Evans A Black Woman's Art Show and... A White Man's Exhibition 4
Simon Preston 1 Rivington St screening and book launch: Amie Siegel film  Genealogies (2016); catalogue: Ricochet (Prestel and  Kunstmuseum Stuttgart) 5-8
New Museum 235 Bowery conversation: Glenn Adamson and Julia Bryan-Wilson on the indigenous craft techniques that Jeffrey Gibson employs in his residency and exhibition The Anthropophagic Effect 3-4 admission
Jefferson Market Library 425 Ave of the Americas talk: Hugh Ryan and Lisa E. Davis Queer Life Before Stonewall 3-5
Performance Space New York 150 1st Ave marathon reading: Theresa Hak Kyung Cha’s novel Dictee more than 30 participants, co-curated by Ken Chen and Sarah Schulman 1-5, free with reservation
Japan Society Auditorium 333 E 47 Asia Week New York lecture: Robert Mintz Olympic Visions: Avery Brundage’s Japanese Art Collection 11am $15
Christie’s 20 Rockefeller Plaza Asia  Week lectures and panels: David A. Sensabaugh Zhu Qizhan: Following His Own Truth 1; Brett Littman and Miwako Tezuka Testing the Limits: Arakawa X Isamu Noguchi 2; A Continuing Tradition: The Irving Collection  Robert A. Kasdin, Amy Poster, Robert D. Mowry, moderated by Jonathan Rendell 3; Jinah Kim Indian Paintings: Color and Pigments 4; Rina Banerjee and Jodi Throckmorton Make Me a Summary of the World 5
MoMA 11 W 53 exhibitions open to the public: Lincoln Kirstein’s Modern; New Order: Art and Technology in the Twenty-First Century
The Artist's Institute 132 E 65 conversation: Bill Dietz, Fumi Okiji, and Marina Rosenfeld on Radical Receptivity, in conjunction with Rosenfeld’s exhibition Music Stands 4
6BASE 728 E 136 Bronx reception: Cody Umans Eclipse 5-8
Doppelgänger Projects 59-33 Linden St 2nd Fl Ridgewood reception: Sarah Grass Unmanned 3-6
440 Gallery 440 6th Ave Park Slope Me, Myself and Eye music series: Will Holshouser 4:40 $10

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In Memoriam: Barbara Hammer

Saturday, March 16, 2019

Art & Design Events, New York, Saturday,16 March 2019

China Institute 100 Washington St 6th Annual Orchid Pavilion Gathering: The Artist Talk Robert C. Morgan and  Willow Weilan Hai in conversation with Guo Zhen, Lin Yan, and Liu Landing on identity and gender in contemporary Chinese art 3-5 $10
Lubov 373 Broadway #207 reception: Stefan Schwartzman Golem 6-9
Fierman 127 Henry St reception: Circus of Books Wilder Alison, Ron Athey, Adam Baran, Bengala, Erik Bergrin, Michael Bilsborough, Raynes Birkbeck, Seth Bogart, Chris Bogia, Kathe Burkhart, Deric Carner, Chivas Clem, Scott Covert, Vaginal Davis, Anne Doran, Thomas Dozol, Zackary Drucker, Ruben Esparza, Tom of Finland, Karen Finley, Benjamin Fredrickson, ektor garcia, Mariah Garnett, Mark Golamco, Jeff Grant, Michelle Handelman, Charles Hovland, Scott Hug, David Hurles, Stephen Irwin, William E. Jones, Wayne Koestenbaum, Mike Kuchar, Bruce LaBruce, Dawn Mellor, Lucas Michael, Billy Miller, Bob Mizer, David Mramor, Narcissister, Dominic Nurre, Mel Ottenberg, Jack Pierson, Breyer P-Orridge, Pre-Echo Press, Fay Ray, Mariah Robertson, Dean Sameshima, Stuart Sandford, Paul Mpagi Sepuya, Margie Schnibbe, Michael Stipe, Chris E. Vargas, Mark Verabioff, Jan Wandrag, Karlheinz Weinberger, Jimmy Wright, Dorian Wood, curated with Rachel Mason 6-8
Proto Gomez 13 Monroe St reception: Intraference: New Work from the Art Education Doctoral Candidates at Teachers College, Columbia University Bert Benally, Uisuk Byeon, Matthew Capezzuto, Jihyun Kim, Sae A Lee 6-8
Essex Flowers 19 Monroe St reception: Rufus Tureen Moderne Man; Elisa Soliven Totems and Views 6-9
Rubber Factory 29c Ludlow St artist talk: Jon Key on his Violet: Mythologies and Other Truths 6
Mitchell Algus 132 Delancey St 2nd fl reception: Robert Greene Arcadian Landscapes 6-8
Nathalie Karg 291 Grand St reading and conversation: Seth Cameron delivers a reading of the title essay from his exhibition Sunless, followed by conversation with Jarrett Earnest 4 free
Andrew Edlin 212 Bowery reception: We Shall Make America Wonder Joe Coleman, Felipe Jesus Consalvos, Henry Darger, Duke Riley 5-7
The Art Vacancy / Chashama 222 Bowery reception: Origins Christina Lucia Giuffrida (b. 1990; Australia), Lizzy Lunday (b. 1992; Virginia), Ohmiamore (b. 1990, Ecuador), Christa Pratt (b. 1992; New York), Elizabeth Wirija (b. 1994; Indonesia), Natasha Wright (b. 1987; New Zealand), Alina Zamanova (b. 1993; Ukraine), curated by Sáng Huynh for The Art Vacancy 6-10
Franklin Bowles 431 West Broadway Open House 1-5
NYU Steinhardt 34 Stuyvesant St reading: Ser Serpas and Park McArthur; organized by The Segue Foundation, curated by Precious Okoyomon & Adam Fitzgerald 4:30 free
Praxis  501 W 20 site specific installation event: Alex Paik Caesura 3-5
Yossi Milo 245 Tenth Ave reception: Four Felipe Baeza, Julia Bland, Arghavan Khosravi and Oren Pinhassi 6-8
CUE Art Foundation 137 W 25 panel presentation and discussion: Relevant Content III: A brief (and biased) history of typograhy 2-5 $7 reservation requested
Noho M55 530 W 25 reception: Margot Olejniczak The Beauty of Transience 4-6
Printed Matter 231 11th Ave book launch: Joey Truman Cooking Cockroach: A Guide To Modern Poverty (Whiskey Tit) 5
Laurence Miller 521 W 26 reception: Recollection: 35th Anniversary Exhibition 2 -5
Gallery35 30 E 35 reception: Nature Cari Clare, Denise Fryburg, Ellen Mandelbaum. Jil Novenski, Jody Leight, Juanita Gilmore, Lois Ross, Marsha Peruo, Michael Davis, Patricia Garbarini, Susan Harris-Demmet, Valerie Lynch, Virginia Asman 6-8
Garvey|Simon 517 W 37 artist talk: Bentley Meeker Exploring Light 2
Gallery MC 545 W 52 reception: Artists of Today: Pop-Up Exhibition Diaj, Samantha Hunt, Jess T Fang, Caitlin Ormond 2:30-5 $20
Howard Greenberg 41 E 57 book signing: Carole Naggar Tereska and her Photographer: A Story 3-5
Carole Davenport at Tambaran Gallery 5 E 82 Asia Week New York reception: Relationships / Japan + Korea + China 5-7
Studio Museum 127 429 W 127 Open Studios 2018 artists in residence Allison Janae Hamilton, Tschabalala Self, and Sable Elyse Smith 1-4
RIVAA 527 Main St Roosevelt Island reception: Vernissage XVIII - Anniversary Exhibition 6-8

Artbook @ MoMA PS1 Bookstore & Magazine Store 22-25 Jackson Ave Long Island City book sale: Fifth-Annual Bookstore Stoop Sale free and open to all during museum hours noon-6, continues on Sunday
Resobox 41-26 27th St Long Island City reception: Atelier Carton NY : From unnecessary to important 6:30-9:30
The Sampler 234 Starr St Bushwick reception: Femmotions: An All Female Art Show 6-midnight
Fou 410 Jefferson Ave Bedford Stuyvesant closing reception and walkthrough: Between Mountains Lan Zhaoxing and Yang Renqian 3-6
440 Gallery 440 6th Ave Park Slope reception: Jo-Ann Acey Swing; Personal Journeys Leigh Blanchard, Nancy Lunsford, and Joy Makon 5-8
Stand4 414-78th St Bay Ridge artist talk: Jeannine Bardo Long Time Passing / A Campfire Story 3-5

Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art 338 Lighthouse Ave Staten Island talk: Meg Ventrudo A Photo Journey To Bhutan, The Land of the Thunder Dragon 3

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