Monday, July 22, 2019

Art & Design Events, New York, Monday, 22 July 2019

Cooper Union Rose Auditorium 41 Cooper Square Type@Cooper lecture: Colin Ford A Familiar Face: Emoji Design Over Time 6:30-8:30 free
Whitney Museum of American Art 99 Gansevoort St performance: Ellie Ga The Fortunetellers 7 at capacity
Microscope 1329 Willoughby Ave expanded cinema performances: Scrapbook Tessa Hughes-Freeland, Raha Raissnia 7:30 $10

Sunday, July 21, 2019

Art & Design Events, New York, Sunday, 21 July 2019

Participant Inc 253 East Houston St performance program: Oluwadamilare (Dare) Ayorinde, Joselia “Jo” Hughes, and Zachary Tye Richardson, curated by Camilo Godoy; in conjunction with exhibition Altered After 7
Rubin Museum 150 W 17 Block Party free 1-4 free
American Museum of Natural History Central Park West enter at 77th St To The Moon Artist Talkback Laurie Anderson in conversation with Museum astrophysicist Jackie Faherty  about Anderson’s new immersive virtual reality experience, To The Moon, with co-creator Hsin-Chien Huang 2 free with resrervation; tickets do not include the To The Moon virtual reality experience, foe which reservations must be made separately
Wave Hill West 249th Street and Independence Ave Bronx Summer Exhibitions opening reception: Glyndor Gallery: Figuring the Floral  Derrick Adams, Nicole Awai, Bahar Behbahani, Christian Ruiz Berman, Sanford Biggers, Cecile Chong, Max Colby, Abigail DeVille, Valerie Hegarty, Christopher K. Ho and Kevin Zucker, Diana Lozano, Natalia Nakazawa, Ebony G. Patterson, Bundith Phunsombatlert, Lina Puerta, Simonette Quamina, David Rios Ferreira, Alexandria Smith, Katherine Toukhy, Lina Iris Viktor, William Villalongo, and Saya Woolfalk; Sunroom: Kate Bae; Sun Porch: Riad Miah; Wave Hill House: Christina Yuna Ko; Tea Room: Jia Sung 2-4:30 free with admission to the grounds 
Queens Museum Flushing Meadows Corona Park artist interventions: Alternatives & Futures organized by Beta-Local and performances by Guadalupe Maravilla and Black Quantum Futurism 1-6; Pop-up Exhibit: Satellite calling control, no answer; Alien Publication and Workshop with Christopher Rey Pérez, presented with the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop Program and Endless Editions 1-4;  Listening Session with Rebecca Adorno 2-3; performance: Guadalupe Maravilla Walk on Water 3-4;  performance and interactive activity project: Time Capsule by Black Quantum Futurism 4:15-5:30
Artbook @ MoMA PS1 Bookstore & Magazine Store 22-25 Jackson Ave Long Island City art activity & story-time: Clarence Ruth Colors De La Runway free coloring of children’s book 12:30-5, story time 12:30 and 3
Transmitter 1329 Willoughby Ave Bushwick closing reception: Nestled in the Warm Embrace of ‘Painting’  Tana Quincy Arcega, Liz Atlas, Miyoung Sohn, Melissa Dadourian, Justin Mata, Christian Maychack, James Sansing 3-6
Bar Laika by e-flux 224 Greene Ave Greenpoint Satellite 8 in collaboration with Blank Forms: performative demonstration of Onyx Ashanti's Sonocyb, followed by Q&A with Ashanti and a DJ set by Dee Diggs 9 free, resevation requested
Smack Mellon 92 Plymouth St Exhibition Tour: I come to this place curator Eva Mayhabal Davis and arts writer and photographer Diana Ayala-Carrillo speak with exhibition artists Mary A. Valverde, Iván Gaete, Glendalys Medina, and Blanka Amezkua 3-5:30
Ortega y Gasset Projects 363 Third Ave Gowanus closing reception & catalog launch: Shadow of the Gradient Devra Freelander, MaDora Frey, Rachel Guardiola, Roxanne Jackson, Taryn M. McMahon, Kat Ryals, Shelley Smith, curated by Clare Britt 4-6
440 Gallery 440 Sixth Ave Park Slope artist & jurors talk: Light: National Group Show, juried by Kat Ryals and Lauren Hirshfield, co-diretors of Paradice Palase; Ryals and Hirshfield in conversation with Amy Williams 4:40 Note: Cancelled due to heat. 
NOTE: Some of these events may be cancelled because of the extreme heat; check with the venue before going. Also many subway lines have been experiencing signal problems and delays of up to an hour. 

In Memorian
Art Dealer Katharine Mulherin (1964-2019)
Artist Devra Freelander
Artist Leon Kosoff (1926-2019)

Saturday, July 20, 2019

Art & Design Events, New York Area, Saturday, 20 July 2019

Aeon Bookstore 151 E Broadway workshop: Onyx Ashanti; event centered on the development and use of Ashanti’s Sonocyb, with discussion moderated by Daren Ho of Control 5 free with reservation; event preceded by Onyx Ashanti performance at Tompkins Square Park 4
Abrons Arts Center 466 Grand St backyard garden celebration: The Living Studio Opening Ceremony 2-9; Tamale Workshop and Potluck 2-7;  ceremonial fire in Amphitheater led by Emily Johnson/Catalyst 7-9 ticketed
Marc Straus 299 Grand St talk: Robert C. Morgan; light refreshments 4-6
Franklin Bowles 431 West Broadway reception: Natural Curiosities Lisa Lebofsky, Jacob Hayes, Guno Park, Martin Campos, Daniel Maidman, Jason McPhillips, Zane York, and Michael Weiss 6-8 reservation 
NYPL Ottendorfer Library 135 2nd Ave artist talk: Dottie Wilson Meows, Memories, Boxes, and a Book 2-4
Midoma 545 8th Ave #750 closing reception: Jake Green 7-9 $5
X Gallery 163 Malcolm X Blvd reception: Traditional and Experimental Photography Exhibition Alex AG, Michael Colavito, Lilian Caruana, Lisa DuBois, Eduardo Duarte, Angel Franco, Ryszard Horowitz, Chris Lord, Hank O’Neal, and Art Toulinov, Ocean Morisette, presented with Single Shot 6-9
Columbia University Wallach Art Gallery 615 W 129 gallery talk: Kebedech Tekleab, in conjunction with After the End: Timing Socialism in Contemporary African Art curated by Álvaro Luís Lima 1-1:30
Harlem State Office Building Plaza 163 W 125 exposition: Harlem Book Fair noon-6 for full list of scheduled events see 
Riverbank State Park Cultural Center 679 Riverside Drive at West 145th St runway show: Fashion on the Hudson 11-6, show 1 free, tickets Eventbrite

Pioneer Works and Baxter Street at the Camera Club of New York Nolan Park 8B Governors Island In Progress Exhibition Series reception: Betsy Kenyon Lighthouse 5-9
RIVAA 527 Main St Roosevelt Island reception: Unexpected: RIVAA Artists' Group Show 6-9

The Java Project 252 Java St Greenpoint reception: Mengfan Bai Get Rid of Blue 6-9
Brooklyn Museum 200 Eastern Parkway exhibition: Pierre Cardin: Future Fashion curated and designed by Matthew Yokobosky opens to the public NOTE: An exemplary fashion exhibition, placing the designer, best known for his licensing empire, in the context of his flowering during the Space Age period. His influence was widespread, from Star Trek and The Jetsons to unisex outfits, though he is little remembered today. The exhibition is beautifully staged by the curator, without the distractions that mar so many fashion and furniture presentations. 
Fou Gallery 410 Jefferson Ave #1 Stuyvesant Heights theremin performance: Rafael Carrasquillo Radio Mountains 3-5 $10 tickets Eventbrite
Recess 46 Washington Ave Navy Yard Area conversation: Holding Space Margaret Lee and E.T. Chong on Chong’s Slaysian Dynasty 3-4:30 free
Alliance of Resident Theaters Space 138 S Oxford St Fort Greene Artmouseworks exposition event: Summer Pop Up Cultural Art Sale 6-9:30 free, reservation Eventbrite

Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition 499 Van Brunt St Red Hook opening: Red Hook Summer Pop Up Art Show featuring the artists of Chashama Studios and BWAC 1-6
Brooklyn Army Terminal 140 58th St Sunset Park Art in Res presents: Brooklyn Artists Studio Tour Kenneth Parris, Kristin Reed, Carl Auge, Steve Zolin 10-noon free with reservation Eventbrite

Blue Door Art Center 13 Riverdale Ave Yonkers reception: 2019 Summer Artist Member Exhibition 6-8:30
John Davis 362 1/2 Warren St Hudson reception: Benjamin Pritchard Recent Paintings; Ben Butler Sculpture; Melinda Stickney-Gibson Some Portrait; Laurel Sucsy
Painting; Natasha Wright When Black Swallows Red 6-8
Cross Contemporary Art 99 Partition St Saugerties reception: Lily Prince There There 6-9

Rental 87 Newtown Lane East Hampton reception: Rob Davis Squirrel Hunting; Vanquishing Ocular Logan Adair, Sofi Brazzeal, Gaby Collins-Fernandez, Martha Diamond, Federico De Francesco,  Sarah French, Steve Gianakos, Tamara Gonzales, Jocelyn Hobbie, Justen Ladda, Abby Leigh, Gina Magid, Chris Martin, Howard Michels, Dawn Mellor, Trevor Shimizu, Patricia Trieb, Juan Usle, John Wesley, Darryl Westley and Olivia Van Kuiken, curated by David Salle and Nicole Wittenberg 6-8
Folly Tree Arboretum 741 Springs Fireplace Road East Hampton reception: The Burn Show, curated by Blair Blumberg and Jonny Campolo, presented by Safe Gallery; champagne toast and launch of Water McBeer’s Love Mussel 6, auction / bonfire ceremony 6, performance by Vern 10 
west | out east 25 Newtown Lane East Hampton event: The 6th Annual Hamptons Design Auction benefitting DIFFA: Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS 6-9 reservation 
Cynthia Rowley 696 Montauk Highway Montauk meet and greet fashin presentation: Kathryn Brolin of Midheaven Denim 5-7
CB 23 Vallery Road Katonah reception: Miles Ladin Fashion Summer 5-8

Deep Space Gallery 77 Cornelison Ave Jersey City closing reception: Love Triangle // For the Love of Geometry Cole Pierce, Karim Rashid, Matthew Curley, Hannah Barnes, Tyler Bohm, Kane Grose, Alexander McClurg, Anthony Ruscitto, Danielle Marie Masters, Paul Timothy Gierschick, Ana Meza, Maureen Meyer, Jonathan Scelsa, Olivia Turner, Joshua Edward Bennett, Ryan Park, Mykola Haleta, Loring Taoka 5-9

NOTE: Some of these events may be cancelled because of the extreme heat; check with the venue before going. Also many subway lines have been experiencing signal problems and delays of up to an hour.

Friday, July 19, 2019

Art & Design Events, New York, Friday, 19 July 2019

Chart 74 Franklin St reception: Melt Brice Chatenoud, Giovanni Garcia-Fenech, Oda Jaune, Justin Liam O’Brien, and Adam Putnam 6-8
Spencer Brownstone 170-B Suffolk St reception: Erratics Linnéa Gad & Will Epstein, curated by Jae Cho 6-8
Kendra Scott 126 Spring St charity design shopping event: Kendra Gives Back Party sips & sweets and shopping for a cause with 20% of  sales going to WGIRLS NYC 6-8 free, reservation Eventbrite
NYPL Hudson Park Library 66 Leroy St reception: Oscar Peterson Simple, Personal, Difficult 4-6 free, reservation Eventbrite
SVA Gramercy Gallery 209 E 23 reception: And Then . . . MFA Visual Narrative 2019 Thesis Exhibition 5:30-7:30
Printed Matter 231 11th Ave launch event with performative lecture: Carmen Winant Togethering  on the occasion of her publication Notes on Fundamental Joy; seeking the elimination of oppression through the social and political transformation of the patriarchy that otherwise threatens to bury us (Printed Matter) 6-8
Center for Book Arts 28 W 27 reception: Poetry is Not a Luxury Aurora De Armendi with Adriana Mendez Rodenas, Zeina Barakeh, Janine Biunno, Ana Paula Cordeiro, Joyce Dallal, Nancy Genn, Gelare Khoshgozaran, Brenda Louie, Nancy Morejon with Ronaldo Estevez Jordan and Marciel Ruiz, Katherine Ng, Miné Okubo, Martha Rosler, Zeinab Saab, Jacqueline Reem Salloum, Patricia Sarrafian Ward, Jana Sim, Sable Elyse Smith, Patricia Tavenner, Christine Wong Yap, and Helen Zughaib, curated by Maymanah Farhat; Sanctuary: 2019 Artist Members Exhibition Ioulia Akhmadeeva, Aileen Bassis, Leopoldo Bloom, Elizabeth Castaldo, Pam Cooper, Béatrice Coron, Gail Smuda; Catalina De La Cruz The Reverse of Landscape 6:30 NOTE: The venue’s website listed this for both yesterday and today. Call before going.
The Yard Flatiron South 234 5th Ave artist talk: The Deconstruction of Man painter Jake Scharbach with curator Akeem K. Duncan; presened by Quiet Lunch 6-8
Morgan Library & Museum 225 Madison Ave party event: Hogarth’s Gin Craze Festival evening of revelry inspired by the Gin Craze of the 1750s, food and drink available for purchase 6-7 free with Museum admission, 7-9 free, part of Free Fridays
Bloomingdale’s 1000 Third Ave launch party: Studio 189 with Rosario Dawson & Abrima Erwiah; music by Uproot Andy, light bites by African Chophouse, and performance 6-8 
The Met Breuer 945 Madison Ave sound installation activation: Oliver Beer Vessel Orchestra performers: Matana Roberts with Darius Jones 7:30-8:30 free with museum admission
Metropolitan Museum of Art 1000 Fifth Ave exhibition: We Found Us: Expanding the Walls 2019  work by the fifteen artists in the 2018–19 cohort of ‘Expanding the Walls: Making Connections Between Photography, History, and Community,’ an annual, eight-month residency at The Studio Museum in Harlem; curator talk: Carmen C. Bambach Celebrating Leonardo da Vinci 6:30-7:30 free with registration
Museum of the City of New York 1220 Fifth Ave exhibition: Blue Man Group Ready...GO!

Flushing Town Hall 137-35 Northern Blvd Flushing reception: Minhwa: Korean Folk Paintings in New York 6-8 $5 suggested
Flux Factory 39-31 29th St Long Island City reception: Everyday Practice Sai-Lok Chan and Tzu-An Ko 6
LoBo Long Island City performance art and improvisational music and dance: Flash in the Pan 7-10  email for location
Lanningsmith 166 N 12 Williamsburg release party: Jamal 6-midnight
Microscope 1329 Willoughby Ave durational performances: Scrapbook Diane Dwyer, Marni Kotak, Julian Louis Phillips 6:30-8:30 $8 suggested
King's Leap 1329 Willoughby Ave reception: Bea Orlandi The Ruling of the World organized With Gabrielle Jensen 6-9
Picture Room 117 Atlantic Ave Brooklyn Heights power mobilization event: Language + Power: Reimagining Value in the Arts Industry with Frances Cathryn of WIP Projects 6-9 $5-$15 suggested
Residency Unlimited 360 Court St Carroll Gardens RU Meet Over Lunch: Elena Ishchenko in conversation with Amanda Parmer 1 free
Court Tree Collective 371 Court St food and art event: Canteen: Come Eat, Drink Tokyo Tapas featuring Chef Yumi of  K Seaweed 5-10 $20

Eric Firestone 4 Newtown Lane East Hampton exhibition: Wide World of Sports John Ahearn, Slater Bradley, Michael Combs, Jerry Cooke, Darío Escobar, Travis Fish Al Freeman, David Hammons, Royal Jarmon, Howard Kanovitz, Deborah Kass, Sam Keller, Matthew King, Andrew Kuo, Robert Longo, Charles McGill, Jeanette Mundt, Iván Navarro, LeRoyNeiman, Howardena Pindell, Umar Rashid Carlos Rolón, Tom Sanford, Hank Willis Thomas, Nari Ward, Andy Warhol, Wendy White, Tyrrell Winston, Rob Wynne, Eric Yahnker 6
East Hampton Historical Society Mulford Farm 10 James Lane East Hampton exposition: East Hampton Antiques & Design Show 9-5
Pop-Up Event Barn 11 Indian Wells Amagansett exposition: Upstairs Art Fair 2019 participating galleries: Anna Zorina Gallery, Bill Brady Gallery, Canada, Ceysson & Bénétière, Deli Gallery, Eric Firestone Gallery, Half Gallery, Halsey McKay Gallery, Harper's Books, Jack Barrett, Jack Hanley Gallery, Marinaro Gallery, New Release, Rachel Uffner Gallery, 56 Henry VIP Preview 4-6, opening 6-8; continues Saturday and Sunday 11-5 free and open to public

Thursday, July 18, 2019

Art & Design Events, New York, Thursday, 18 July 2019

Henry Street Settlement 265 Henry St dining room discussion: ‘Steadies’ & ‘Crushes’: Interpreting Henry Street Settlement’s Queer History 6:30-8
Situations 127 Henry St reception: Coffee Yui Kugimiya, David Schoerner, Nahoko Press 6-8
Equity 245 Broome St reception: Object Oriented Denise Gale, Anne Russinof, Tony Saunders, and Susan Still Scott, curated by Anne Russinof 6-8
601Artspace 88 Eldridge St one-night exhibition reception: Install/Deinstall Samantha Adams Reut Asimini Tirzah Bassel Keren Benbenisty Ryan Brennan Jude Broughan Lindsay Burke Sari Carel Noa Charuvi Kim Dacres Jennifer Dalton Mira Dayal Hsini Des Jamie Diamond Janna Dyk Ira Eduardovna Kate Elliot Derek Fordjour Pricsilla Fusco Marie-Noële Guex Susan Hamburger Bang Geul Han + Steven Mygind Pedersen Nora Herting Seong Eun Hong David Howe Lisa Iglesias Sareh Imani Roxanne Jackson Katarina Jerinic Jac Lahav Elizabeth Tannie Lewin Sharon Madanes Katy McCarthy Summer McCorckle Andrew McNay Sara Mejia Kriendler Naomi Miller Patrick Mohundro Megan Pahmier Alexander Perrelli Sofi Quirno Paul Ramirez Jonas Rebecca Riley Jason Rondineli Arkadiy Ryabin Naomi Safran Hon Gabriela Salazar Sara Shaoul Zorawar Sidhu Elisabeth Smolarz Elisa Soliven Jane Swavely Kevin Swenson Fabian G Tabibian Tattfoo Tan Michael Wilson. Organizer: Gabriela Vainsencher 6-9
signs & symbols 102 Forsyth St talk: Rachel Libeskind and Carmen Winant in conversation with Kathy Battista 4
New Museum 235 Bowery gallery tour and poetry reading: A Possibility that Exists Alongside Shaun Leonardo and Nicole Sealey 6 attendance free, but reservation required
GR Gallery 255 Bowery reception: Geometric Heat Marco Casentini, Jan Kalab, Adam Lucas, Daniel Rich 6-9
Independent Curators International 401 Broadway #1620 talk: Godzilla vs. The Art World Herb Tam and Ryan Wong in conversation with Godzilla member Byron Kim 6:30-8 reservation with GODZILLA in subject line 
Geary Contemporary 185 Varick St closing reception: Rhythm Garden Hannah Coas Naify, Chris Camperchioli, areesa Pourian, Naomi Nakazato, Steven Mayer, S.E. Benezra, Erika Hickle, Sean Marley, Clark Filio, curated by Alan Prazniak 5-7
AIA New York Center for Architecture 536 LaGuardia Place Alone, Together & Somewhere In-Between: Modes of Practice in Contemporary Architecture Part II panel: Going Together Brennan Buck, Christopher Leong, Lyn Rice, Ana Paula Ruiz Galindo, moderated by Nathan Rich 6-8 $10
Printed Matter St. Marks 38 St Marks Pl Zine Series Launch: Anthony Malone’s 11th zine from the series For Everard: Vol. 11 (Thunderbird) 6
Strand Book Store 828 Broadway book talk: Sarah Copeland Every Day Is Saturday;  Copeland in conversation with Chris Morocco 7:30-8:30 ticketed 
The 8th Floor 17 W 17 forum: Access Check: Mapping Accessibility 2.0 artists, activists, and other cultural producers who have been integral to broadening and advancing the discourse around disability rights; presentations by Pelanakeke Brown, Jason DaSilva, Kevin Gotkin, Jeff Kasper, Donald Lee, and Catherine Morris, facilitated by Jerron Herman 4-7 reservation requested 
Red Bull Arts 220 W 18 Meet the Makers talk: Rick Prelinger Nineteen-Eighties: The Archives Explode; on the  occasion of Gretchen Bender: So Much Deathless 7
Petzel 456 W 18 fight demonstration: Fight Readiness: An opportunity to prepare body, mind and spirit with multiple Tang Soo Do world title holder, Jo-Ann Falanga, presented by Petzel and Dana Hoey 3-5
Garth Greenan 545 W 20 exhibition: 36 Works on Paper 
303 Gallery 555 W 21 opening reception & book release: 303 Gallery: 35 Years book edited by Kurt Brondo, designed by Common Name, and published by 303inPrint under the direction of Fabiola Alondra; exhibition artists: Doug Aitken, Valentin Carron, Sam Falls, Hans-Peter Feldmann, Ceal Floyer, Karel Funk, Tim Gardner, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, Kim Gordon, Rodney Graham, Mary Heilmann, Jeppe Hein, Larry Johnson, Matt Johnson, Jacob Kassay, Karen Kilimnik, Alicja Kwade, Elad Lassry, Tala Madani, Florian Maier-Aichen, Nick Mauss, Mike Nelson, Kristin Oppenheim, Marina Pinsky, Richard Prince, Eva Rothschild, Collier Schorr, Stephen Shore, Sue Williams, Jane and Louise Wilson 5-7 
Chashama 320 W 23 reception and performance: Tino Around the Squared Circle 6-9
Berry Campbell 530 W 24 reception: Coast to Coast: New York Studio School West Coast Alumni Malado Baldwin, Judith Belzer, Sarah Blaustein, Silas Borsos, Ariel Churnin, Stephanie Franks, Jenny Hager, Jeremy Herrmann, Nick Lamia, Michael Leigh, Mila Libman, Michael Meehan, Jack Miller, Katelynn Mills, Hadley Nunes, Hearne Pardee, Paige Pedri, Marie Peter-Toltz, Karlis Rekevics, Katie Ruiz, Asa Schick, Niki Singleton, Eli Slaydon, Aaron Swindle, Gina Werfel, curated by Karen Wilkin 6-8
Rizzoli 1133 Broadway book celebration: Ilana Regan Burn the Place: A Memoir 6
Noho M55 530 W 25 reception: Japanese Contemporary Artists Team (JCAT) Fusion 5-7:30
Printed Matter 231 11th Ave launch with Matte Editions: Rachel Stern Slow Morpheus 6-8
First Street 526 W 26 reception: Continuum: Five Decades 6-8
Benrubi 521 W 26 exhibition: Hugh Holland Silver. Skate. Seventies 
Center for Book Arts 28 W 27 reception: Poetry is Not a Luxury Aurora De Armendi with Adriana Mendez Rodenas, Zeina Barakeh, Janine Biunno, Ana Paula Cordeiro, Joyce Dallal, Nancy Genn, Gelare Khoshgozaran, Brenda Louie, Nancy Morejon with Ronaldo Estevez Jordan and Marciel Ruiz, Katherine Ng, Miné Okubo, Martha Rosler, Zeinab Saab, Jacqueline Reem Salloum, Patricia Sarrafian Ward, Jana Sim, Sable Elyse Smith, Patricia Tavenner, Christine Wong Yap, and Helen Zughaib, curated by Maymanah Farhat; Sanctuary: 2019 Artist Members Exhibition Ioulia Akhmadeeva, Aileen Bassis, Leopoldo Bloom, Elizabeth Castaldo, Pam Cooper, Béatrice Coron, Gail Smuda; Catalina De La Cruz The Reverse of Landscape 6:30
1st Dibs 269 11th Ave reception: Gallery Thursdays 6-8 
The Painting Center 547 W 27 reception: Patterns of Influence Peter Bonner, Alexandra Rutsch Brock, Marta Cabral, Dionisio Cortes, Carlo D’Anselmi, Adrian Deva, Alanna Dunn, Anne Finkelstein, Andrew Fish, Celia Gerard, Gregory Gomez, Mary Hafeli, Fiona Halse, Vic Honigsfeld, Joseph Iacona, Leeah Joo, Melissa Joseph, Somayeh Kashi, Erin Koch Smith, Melanie Kozol, Judith Kruger, Eunji Lee, Bonnie Levine, William Low, Deborah Lutz, Karen McGarry, Samantha Melvin, Edmund Merricle, Brittany Miller, Patricia Miranda, Kayla Mohammadi, Katherine Mojzsis, Alan Montgomery, Indira Morre, Lotte Petricone, Jessica Poser, Lisa Pressman, Julia Rooney, Jo Ann Rothschild, Dena Schutzer, Reuben Sinha, Susan Stillman, Jamie Treacy, Deborah Winiarski 6-8
Atlantic 547 W 27 reception: Connections IV: Artists Selecting Artists 6-8
K&P 547 W 27 reception: Lines of the mind Bog Hee Joung, In Joo Kang, Wilson Keithline, Shannon Lee 6-8
Viridian 548 W 28 reception: Fresh: A Young Artists Pop–Up Ana Guraieb Chahin, Artist Known as X, Bamoozie, Gentry Pack, and Sarah Jarrett 6-8
Anders Wahlstedt Fine Art 548 W 28 exhibition: Summer group of prints from the 1970's; Stella, Nevelson, Poons & more Frank Stella, Louise Neveslon, Larry Poons, Ilya Bolotowksy, Nancy Graves, & Yaacov Agam 6-8
Nomadworks 1216 Broadway Happy Hour with Upflex + Nomadworks, light appetizers and drinks 6-8 free, reservation Eventbrite
Last Rites & Booth 325 W 38 reception: Hell’s Kitchen--a surreal summer show Alex Merritt, Scott Scheidly, Eric Lacombe, Miles Johnston, David Stoupakis, Eva Redamonti, Qieer Wang, Stephen Koharian, Justin Brooks, Madeleine Rhondeau, Zofia Bogusz, Jean Pierre Arboleda, & Hannah Faith Yata 6-9
National Association of Women Artists 315 W 39 reception: Small Works Summer 2019 5-7
EFA Blackburn 20/20 Gallery 323 W 39 Studio Immersion Project reception: SIP Fellowship Exhibitions Part Two -- 4 Corners Damali Abrahms, Olaronke Akinmowo, Ayana Evans and Khalif Thompson 6-8
Onassis 645 5th Ave Creative Time presents installation: Risa Puno The Privilege of Escape free, advance registration required
WhiteBox Harlem 213 E 121 Blindfold Art Residency performance: Subvirtuality: An Electromagnetic March Against Time Mark Bloch and The Panmodern Theatre of Coincidence, in collaboration with John Tsoi 5-8
Wallworks New York 39 Bruckner Blvd Bronx reception: Bronx Pride: Ten Participating Artists from Stonewall 50 in the Bronx Br163 (Branden Rodriguez), Steph Burr, MadC (Claudia Walde), Remi Rough, Tats Cru, Smetsky (Alex Smetsky), KayLove, Crash (John Matos), Bianca Romero, Stash (Josh Franklin); Also On View: Olga  Correa, The Dr!f (Rey Rosa) 7-9
Andrew Freedman Home 1125 Grand Concourse closing reception: Fabiola Jean-Louis Re-Writing History: A Black Ancestral Narrative; cocktails, hors d’ouevres, and performance 6-9

LONG ISLAND CITY GALLERY NIGHT most area venues open 6-9  
Alterwork Studios 30-09 35th Ave opening reception and open studios: Member Showcase with potluck and music (bring your own records to be played)
Artist & Craftsman Supply 34-09 Queens Blvd Paint on Your Own Tiny Canvas 
Free painting workshop
Departure Studios 44-61 11th St opening reception:  Konstantine Angelopolous
Edison Price Lighting Gallery 41-50 22nd St Revision 2  exhibit featuring NYC artists who have worked with materials collected from Edison Price Lighting's on-site factory  
Joel Voisard Studio 45-28 11th St professional workshop and sculpture studio 
Local Project 11-27 44th Rd Nicole McMahan Desiring Machines for Living  
Radiator Studios 43-36 10th St 2nd Fl  Studio 10 Moldable, Injectable, Extrudable, Vacuum-able: An interactive, immersive exhibition 
SculptureCenter 44-19 Purves St Jean-Luc Moulène More or Less Bone; Matt Keegan What Was & What Is 9off0site); Ektor Garcia Cadena Perpetua 6-8
The LIC Arts Open Galleries at the Factory 30-30 47th Ave 2019 Summer Exhibition
The Local NY 1302 44th Ave LuLu: A mixed media show depicting famous New York City landmarks
The Plaxall Gallery 5-25 46th Ave Summer Salon 2019; Tribute to Harry Nasse; talk: Urban Dance; Visual Rhythm of Cities; Welcome to the Multiverse
Materials for the Arts 33-00 Northern Blvd Long Island City reception: The Artists of Materials for the Arts Julia Clauss, Edyta Halon, Virginia Hoffman, Annalisa Iadicicco, Pamela Isaac, John Cloud Kaiser, Skip LaPlante, David Marini, Louie Miranda, Omar Olivera, Avani Patel, Joy Suarez, Jairo Toro, and Roberto Visani. Enjoy musical performances by John Cloud Kaiser, Louie Miranda, Omar Olivera, and Jose Rosa 6-9
Matted LIC 46-36 Vernon Blvd closing Closing PArtY: artist, illustrator and designer Daniel Joseph Durkin Illustrations 6-8:30 

Queens College Kupferberg Center for the Arts 6530 Kissena Blvd Flushing reception: Simone Caprifogli Out of Time, Senza Tempo 5-8
Kimberly Klark 788 Woodward Ave Ridgewood reception: Routine à la Mode Paige K. B., Rafael Delacruz, Camila Guerrero, Bradley Kronz, Izabelle New, Dylan Vandenhoeck 7-10
Fisher Parrish 238 Wilson Ave Bushwick reception: Freddy’s World Tom Bronk, David Cummings, Cynthia Eardley, Ted Gahl, Mary Jane Hanja, Stewart Hitch, Irena Jurek, William King, Abby Lloyd, Maddy Parrasch, Suzanne Blank Redstone, Jesse Sullivan, Thornton Willis, curated by Joshua Abelow & Freddy 6-9
Bushwick Community Darkroom 110 Troutman St Bushwick reception: Whitney Evanson Object of Desire/ Illusion of Control 6:30-9:30
Fisher Parrish 238 Wilson Ave Bushwick reception: Freddy’s World Tom Bronk , David Cummings, Cynthia Eardley, Ted Gahl, Mary Jane Hanja, Stewart Hitch, Irena Jurek, William King, Abby Lloyd, Maddy Parrasch, Suzanne Blank Redstone, Jesse Sullivan, Thornton Willis, curated by Joshua Abelow & Freddy (the gallery) 6-9
Clearsky 925 Bergen St Studio 307 reception: Midnight Cowboys Sol LeWitt / Robert Smithson 7; after party at BERG'N Beer Hall
A/D/O 29 Norman Ave Greenpoint opening panel and party: Out of Office -- The Future of Work: Evolving the 9-5 in partnership with Soft-Firm, TORTUGA Living and Alex Gilbert 7-10 free with reservation Eventbrite 
Klompching 89 Water St Dumbo reception: Fresh 2019 Emily Earl, Rita Maas, Leah Schretenthaler, Joni Sternbach, DM Witman 6-8
Chashama One Brooklyn Bridge Park Dumbo reception: Networks and Systems Leslie Kerby and Lianne Arnold 5-7