Thursday, March 3, 2011

Armory Show Art Week in NYC + "In Good Taste" - Artist & Chef Collaborations

 
ART: 90% of all major art collectors, major art galleries, art stars and the most interesting art appreciators in the world have arrived, simultaneously, in NYC to see and be seen for the next 4 days! 

If you have heard of NYC's Fashion Week, well this is NYC's Art Week. This year, March 3-6 is the most intense and important week of the entire year for the art world. This huge gathering of people who share one common interest (ART) is not a centrally planned event but has naturally grown around the Armory Contemporary Art Fair. Every other art fair has decided to create an event, or embrace these dates for their big event, while everyone interested in or associated with the world of fine art is gathered together. 

The lead dog, "The Armory Show", is in its 12th year of this incarnation and is one of the top international art fairs. It is now devoted to offering for sale important artworks of both the 20th and 21st centuries from the world's top galleries.
The original "Armory Show" was held in 1913 and became synonymous with all that is new and exciting in the art world. It was held at the 69th Regiment Armory on Lexington Ave.at 25th Street and was actually named the "International Exhibition of Modern Art". That legendary show introduced many New Yorkers to modern art for the very first time by displaying 1,250 paintings by Impressionists, Fauvist and Cubist artists. For a crowd who had mostly seen only realism, the stand out piece was Marcel Duchamp's: "Nude Descending a Staircase"!  One reviewer said the effect was like an explosion happening in the Armory.













"Nude Descending a Staircase", 
Marcel Ducamp (1912), is now in
the Philadelphia Museum of Art,
Philadelphia, PA.
NYC's 2011 
ARMORY SHOW ART WEEK! 
This issue is mostly listings with links, because there is so much happening, a comment on each would create a huge book. I will comment on the events of the week, after it is over in a follow up issue on Monday, March 7, 2011. The Food segment of this issue is also a part of the Armory Arts Week.

First some frenetic music to listen to while you peruse the week's events.



Every March approximately 60,000 artists, galleries, collectors, critics, curators and art tourists from all over the world attend the Armory Show at the passenger ship terminal, Piers 92 & 94 (West Side Highway - 12th Ave. - at 55th St.) in New York City. ARMORY SHOW http://www.armoryartsweek.com/armoryarts/index.cfm/home/

There are two Armory Art Fairs in one at these Piers. There is the Contemporary Fair at Pier 94 selling work of working artists today and there is the Modern Fair at Pier 92 selling works from major artists, both past and present, from the 20th Century. Open Thursday (March 3rd) through Saturday (March 5th) from Noon until 8pm and on Sunday (March 6th) Noon until 7pm. 

OTHER ART FAIRS THIS WEEK IN NYC:

"THE ART SHOW" sponsored by the Art Dealers Association of America, is actually being held at the 67th Street Armory. It is a show by many of the great galleries of NYC showing great art of the 20th century. THE ART SHOW

Featuring over 20 galleries, artist projects, and street artists, this fair bills itself as a renegade art fair.
Pier 66 Maritime 
26th Street & 12th Avenue
in Hudson River Park
March 3-6
An exhibition space devised by and for gallerists and independent curators.
548 West 22nd Street
March 3-6

An art fair focused on Contemporary Video Art.
The Tunnel
269 11th Avenue
March 3-6

With roots in Los Angeles and always at Miami Basel, Pulse shows works by premier contemporary artists, emerging and undiscovered talents. 
Metropolitan Pavilion 
125 West 18th Street
March 3-6

Many Korean galleries and American Galleries
82 Mercer Street
March 3-6

About 60 galleries from around the world in a 60,000 square foot hall on the West Side Highway, minutes from The Armory Show. 
320 West Street (West Side Highway)
Across from Pier 40
March 3-6

"Tomorrow Stars" represents the brightest and best Brooklyn has to offer.
81 Front Street and surrounding DUMBO locations
March 3-6

Single artist presentations or booth concepts that bring the work of two artists into dialogue with one another.
7 West 34th Street
March 3-6


Inspired by the French tradition of Artists Fairs, starting from Courbet’s 1863 Salon des Independents. PooL is the premiere fair in the US dedicated to unrepresented artists.
Gershwin Hotel, 7 E.27th St.
March 4-6
Note: 3pm - 10pm
Pool video below: Performance artist, Clarina Bezzola: "Swiss Miss - a Gathering"


More Armory Arts Week listings and information after food.

FOOD: 

"In Good Taste"
A collaboration between
individual artists and NYC
dining establishments!

Will Ryman's Roses (installation) currently displayed
on the Park Ave. median strip. 





Five artists were asked to choose a restaurant and help the chef design the evening's menu. These dining experiences include a cocktail reception followed by a sit-down dinner. This started on Tuesday with the chef at "Le Caprice" (in the Upper East Side) teamed up with Will Ryman of "Roses on Park Ave." fame. Although you have missed this event you can always just dine at Le Caprice (795 Fifth Ave. at 61st, in the Pierre Hotel) an upscale place to see and be seen. It is modeled after the original London Le Caprice Brasserie and is located near the of S/E corner of Central Park. Their review says "...exciting and restful at the same time, a rare trick."   LE CAPRICE http://www.capriceny.com/
Tacombi (in SoHo) teamed up with artist Maya Hayuk,  Dutch Kills (in Long Island City) teamed up with artist Shelter Serra, Bottino (in Chelsea Arts District) teamed up with artist David Ellis, and Orange (in the Lower East Side) teamed up with artist Megan Whitmarsh. Times and registration links below. 













Tacombi serves food out of an old VW Bus 
inside a warehouse made to feel like a park.
Event title
Event venue
Registration
In Good Taste - SoHo
Tacombi
March 3, 2011 7:00 PM
In Good Taste - Long Island City
Dutch Kills
March 4, 2011 7:00 PM
In Good Taste - Chelsea
Bottino
March 5, 2011 7:00 PM
In Good Taste - Lower East Side
Orange
March 6, 2011 7:00 PM

Share music and food on Saturday night with artist David Ellis at Bottino in Chelsea Arts District.


LAST TUESDAY'S MENU BY ARTIST WILL RYMAN AND LE CAPRICE: 
Appetizer (1)
1. Endive, pear & walnut salad
2. Wild mushrooms on toast
3. Griddled octopus

Main (1)
1. Shepard's pie
2. Seared Yellow fin tuna
3. Half roasted chicken

Dessert (1)
1. Hazelnut brûlée
2. Apple crumble with custard
3. Scandinavian iced berries with white chocolate sauce
ABOUT Will Ryman
http://www.nycgovparks.org/sub_newsroom/daily_plants/daily_plant_main.php?id=22286
Will Ryman  was born in New York.  His most recent work, The Roses, is an outdoor public art installation on the Park Avenue Malls from 57th to 67th streets in New York City.  The site-specific installation consists of 38 sculptures of vividly colored pink and red rose blossoms, some towering as high as 25 feet, complimented by 20 individual rose petals scattered randomly on the median malls.  Combining fantasy with reality, The Roses are made of stainless steel and fiberglass, and many of the sculptures contain individual bugs, beetles or bees. 
Will Ryman is the latest in a long list of distinguished artists to exhibit on Park Avenue. Previous exhibitions have included Deborah Butterfield, Robert Indiana, Jun Kaneko, Claude and Francois-Xavier Lalanne, Yoshitomo Nara and George Rickey. To view a complete history of art on Park Avenue visit www.nyc.gov/parks/art and www.fundforparkavenue.org.

Ongoing Events during Armory Arts Week

(also see Museums and Gallery Openings at the end of this posting)
Zabludowicz Collection: Six Weeks in New York
The Zabludowicz Collection proudly presents its first US exhibition, taking over the top floor of a New York skyscraper to showcase emerging talent in contemporary art.  For six weeks, the 33rd floor of 1500 Broadway will be transformed into a space for US audiences to discover the activities of the London based Zabludowicz Collection, which supports emerging artists and innovative curatorial practice by collecting and exhibiting contemporary art. The Shape We’re In (New York), and Proposal for a Floor.
Exhibition dates: 1 March – 15 April 2011
Address: 33rd Floor, 1500 Broadway at 43rd Street, New York

The Times Square Show 2011
The Armory Show and Times Square Alliance announce a new public event in the heart of New York City during Armory Arts Week in March 2011.  The Times Square Show 2001 showcases four sculptures by artists on view at the Armory Art Show and a site specific installation produced in collaboration with the West Harlem Arts Fund.  The artists and galleries are David Kennedy Cutler with Derek Eller Gallery, Tom Otterness with Marlborough Gallery, Niki de Saint Phallewith Nohra Haime Gallery and Grimanesa Amoróswith Nina Menocal Gallery.  Kyu Seok Oh’s 36 foot long installation, “Counting Sheep,” is comprised of 24 uniquely made paper sheep sculptures on an undulating platform under the lights in the city that never sleeps.  Time: March 1 – 7, 2011
Access: Free and open to the public 24 hours daily. Location: Duffy Square with TKTS Booth / Red Steps and Broadway Pedestrian Plazas between 46 & 47 Streets.
Details of the ongoing events at the link below:
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Thursday, March 3 – SoHo Night
The not-for-profit visual arts institutions of SoHo present SoHo Night
Time: 6pm-9pm
Access: Public, No RSVP required
Location: SoHo
SoHo Night is an evening of extended exhibition viewing and special programs by the not-for-profit visual arts institutions in SoHo.
apexart (291 Church)Change the Channel: WCVB- TV 1972-1982. 6pm-9pm
  • CITYarts (Thompson Street Playground, between Spring & Prince and Thompson & Sullivan Streets) presents Tributes To Kusama: Art Infinity-Net, a mural produced by CITYarts in collaboration with Jessica Diamond and New York youth. 6pm-8pm
  • The Drawing Center(35 Wooster St) presents reading by novelist Lynne Tillman. She will read her Drawing Papers essay, entitled Drawing from a Translation Artist. Extended exhibition viewing hours will follow. 6:30-9pm
  • HarvestworksDigital Media Art Center(596 Broadway #602 and Studio Anise at 23 Greene Street)presents Electronic Art in the Home 6-9pm
  • Location One (26 Greene Street) presentsDavide Balliano: Giving My Back To The Night I Heard You Lying To A Giant Solo Exhibition and Live Performance 6-9pm
  • Swiss Institute (495 Broadway, 3rd Fl) presentsKarlheinz Weinberger, Intimate Stranger 6-9pm 
  • Walter De Maria: The New York Earth Room
  • Walter De Maria: The Broken Kilometer at the Dia
MTA Arts for Transit – Walter Martin and Paloma Muñoz
• Drawn from Photography at The Drawing Center
CITYarts Mural: Tributes to Kusama: Art Infinity-Net
Damon Brandt, Christophe Daviet- Thery Editions and Third Streaming present Howdy Bamington: A John • Bock Project
Publication Signing with Gibb Slife
Details of the day's events at the link below:
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Friday, March 4 – Long Island City Night
MTA Arts for Transit – Ellen Harvey
Long Island City Artists presents a multi venue exhibition
Dorsky Gallery Curatorial Programs
Fisher Landau Center
MoMA PS1
Socrates Sculpture Park
SculptureCenter
THE SPACE presents Shannon Beal at Fardom Gallery
THE SPACE presents Schopper and Shreck’s Studios
Museum of the Moving Image presents Signal to Noise
Local Projects presents Shell Game
Local Projects presents Freak Show
Details of the day's events at the link below:
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Saturday, March 5 – Chelsea Day and Brooklyn Night
Brunch, Screening & Artist Talk at Vogt Gallery
Brunch at Loretta Howard Gallery
AC Institute presents See you on the Flip Side!
ArtBridge 2010: In Plain Site
Highline Open Studios
Inside the Chelsea Galleries: Children´s tour hosted by No Longer Empty
Affirmation Arts presents Meghan Boody: The Lighthouse Project II: Visitation
Open House: Open Studios, Exhibitions, Printmaking Workshop
Times Square Alliance in collaboration with The West Harlem Art Fund presents Counting Sheep (by Kyu Seok Oh)
The Art Bazaar
Art History NeXt
Details of the day's events at the link below:
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Saturday, March 5 – Brooklyn Night
Williamsburg Gallery Association presents "BORDER CROSSING"
TOTAL RECALL
MTA Arts for Transit – Jackie Chang
Exclusive exhibition tour with artist Ofri Cnaani at Kunsthalle Galapagos, Brooklyn
Janos Stone: Any Sufficiently Advanced Technology is Indistinguishable From Magic
DumboArts Centerpresents Information Economy
Petra Feriancová: Theory of the City or the Possibilities of an A4
SITE Fest & ionSOUND ‘11
Target First Saturday at the Brooklyn Museum
Galleries Open After Hours in Williamsburg
Opening: The Pedalto Institution for Incorporated Art Mailroom
Live Hot Glass Demonstration and Visiting Artist Talk
Hands-On Glass Demonstration and Cocktail Party
• It Equals Light and the Unknown, video installations by Stephanie Dodes
 Details of the day's events at the link below:
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Until later,
Jack

ARTSnFOOD, All rights reserved, Text © Copyright 2011 Jack A. Atkinson under all International intellectual property, digital and copyright laws. Images: © copyright retained by individual creators, owners or fabricators.

Addendum of museums and gallery shows for Armory Arts Week.
Museums Shows During Armory Arts Week:

Gallery Openings During Armory Arts Week:
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Alex McQuilkin, Unbreak My Heart
Marvelli Gallery
526 West 26th Street, 2nd Floor, 212-627-3363
Thursday, March 3, 6 - 8 PM
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Collage: Works by Jack Pierson and Elliott Puckette
Danziger Projects
534 West 24th Street, 212-629-6778
Thursday, March 3, 6 - 8 PM
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Michael Waugh
Schroeder Romero & Shredder
531 West 26th Street, 212 630 0722
Thursday, March 3, 6 - 8 PM
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wowe, nightclubbing, new york nightlife in the 80s
Leica Gallery
670 Broadway, 212-777-3051
Thursday, March 3, 6 - 8 PM
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John Bock: Howdy Bamington
Third Streaming
10 Greene Street, 2nd floor, 646-370-3877
Thursday, March 3, 6 - 8 PM
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Pieced Together
HKJB
1205 Manhattan Avenue, Suite 154 (5th Floor), 214-457-2048
Friday, March 4, 7 - 10 PM
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Joy Curtis, Empty is Run About Freely
Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery
54 Ludlow Street, between Grand and Hester, 212-777-7756
Friday, March 4, 6 - 8 PM
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Inka Essenhigh: New Editions and Monoprints
Pace Prints Chelsea
521 West 26th Street, 212-629-6100
Friday, March 4, 6 - 8 PM
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Phantom Pain – OSKAR DAWICKI
Postmasters Gallery
459 West 19th Street, 212-727-3323
Friday, March 4, 6 - 8 PM
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Two Solo Exhibitions: David Henderson, Shannon Plumb
Smack Mellon
92 Plymouth Street, corner of Washington, 718-834-8761
Saturday, March 5, 5 - 8 PM
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Mark Morrisroe: From This Moment On
Artists Space
38 Greene Street, 3rd Floor, 212-226-3970
Saturday, March 5, 6 - 8 PM
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Spirituality works by David Wojnarowicz from 1979 -1990
PPOW Gallery
535 West 22nd Street, 3rd Floor, 212-647-1044
Saturday, March 5, 6 - 8 PM
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Jane Benson: The Splits
Henry Street Settlement, Abrons Arts Center
466 Grand Street, (212) 598-0400 ext 202
Sunday, March 6, 6 - 8 PM
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f.p. boué, infinite instant
Participant Inc.
253 East Houston Street, 212-254-4334
Sunday, March 6, 7 - 9 PM

Brooklyn Misc.
Friday, March 4
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landscape of memories
Muriel Guepin Gallery, 6:30 - 8 PM
47 Bergen Street, 718-858-4535
Saturday, March 5
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New Meat Flavor
439 Franklin, 6 - 9 PM
439 Franklin Avenue, 2nd Floor , 646.338.2763
Chelsea
Thursday, March 3
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Ian Francis – Fireland
Joshua Liner Gallery, 6 - 9 PM
548 West 28th Street, 3rd Floor, 212-244-7415
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Juliana Romano This Place is Safe
Marvelli Gallery, 6 - 8 PM
526 West 26th Street, 2nd Floor, 212-627-3363
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Alex McQuilkin, Unbreak My Heart
Marvelli Gallery, 6 - 8 PM
526 West 26th Street, 2nd Floor, 212-627-3363
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Michael Waugh
Schroeder Romero & Shredder, 6 - 8 PM
531 West 26th Street, 212 630 0722
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José Parlá: Walls, Diaries and Paintings
Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery, 6 - 9 PM
505 West 24th Street, Suite 1240, 212-243-8830
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Collage: Works by Jack Pierson and Elliott Puckette
Danziger Projects, 6 - 8 PM
534 West 24th Street, 212-629-6778
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Mark Flood: MURK FLUID
Zach Feuer Gallery, 6 - 8 PM
548 West 22nd Street, 212-989-7700
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Dorothy Simpson Krause: Visions
571 Projects, 6 - 9 PM
551 West 21st Street, Unit 204A, 212 229 0897
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Yolanda Sanches, Wild Companions
Kathryn Markel Fine Arts, 6 - 8 PM
529 West 20th Street, 212-366-5368
Friday, March 4
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Michael Eastman: Havana 2010
Barry Friedman Ltd., 6 - 8 PM
515 West 26th Street, 212-239-8600
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Inka Essenhigh: New Editions and Monoprints
Pace Prints Chelsea, 6 - 8 PM
521 West 26th Street, 212-629-6100
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Meghan Boody: Psyche & Smut Lives
Salomon Contemporary, 6 - 8 PM
526 West 26 Street, #519, 212 727 0607
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SERENITY
Blank Space Gallery, 6 - 8 PM
511 West 25th Street, Suite 204, 212-924-2035
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Lascivious: painting parody – Yasamin Keshtkar and Keer Tanchak
Dean Project, 6 - 8 PM
511 West 25th, 2nd floor, 212.229.2017
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Phantom Pain – OSKAR DAWICKI
Postmasters Gallery, 6 - 8 PM
459 West 19th Street, 212-727-3323
Saturday, March 5
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Spirituality works by David Wojnarowicz from 1979 -1990
PPOW Gallery, 6 - 8 PM
535 West 22nd Street, 3rd Floor, 212-647-1044
Thursday, March 10
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Cecilia Jurado. MEATING RYAN
Illuminated Metropolis Gallery, 6 - 8 PM
547 West 27th Street, Suite 529, (212) 494 0096
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Hrvoje Slovenc, Home Theater
Michael Mazzeo Gallery, 6 - 8 PM
526 West 26th Street, Suite 208, 212-741-6599
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Dimitri Kozyrev: Last One
Benrimon Contemporary, 5 - 9 PM
514 West 24th Street, 2nd Floor, 212-924-2400
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Optical:Staged
Raandesk Gallery of Art, 7 - 9 PM
16 West 23rd Street, 4th Floor, 212.696.7432
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Agus Suwage: The End Is Just Beginning Is the End
Tyler Rollins Fine Art, 6 - 8:30 PM
529 West 20th Street, 10W, 212 229 9100

DUMBO
Thursday, March 3
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Passages Remembered
Giacobetti Paul Gallery, 6 - 10 PM
111 Front Street, No. 220, 917-548-8107
Saturday, March 5
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Two Solo Exhibitions: David Henderson, Shannon Plumb
Smack Mellon, 5 - 8 PM
92 Plymouth Street, corner of Washington, 718-834-8761
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Open Studios
Smack Mellon, 5 - 8 PM
92 Plymouth Street, corner of Washington, 718-834-8761

East Village / Lower East Side
Thursday, March 3
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Thomas Dozol “All Together Now”
NP Contemporary Art Center, 6 - 8 PM
131 Chrystie Street, 212-226-4552
Friday, March 4
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Joy Curtis, Empty is Run About Freely
Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, 6 - 8 PM
54 Ludlow Street, between Grand and Hester, 212-777-7756
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WHITE
.NO, 6 - 8 PM
251 East Houston Street, (646) 580-6535
Sunday, March 6
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Jane Benson: The Splits
Henry Street Settlement, Abrons Arts Center, 6 - 8 PM
466 Grand Street, (212) 598-0400 ext 202
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The Days of This Society Are Numbered
Henry Street Settlement, Abrons Arts Center, 6 - 8 PM
466 Grand Street, (212) 598-0400 ext 202
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f.p. boué, infinite instant
Participant Inc., 7 - 9 PM
253 East Houston Street, 212-254-4334

Hell's Kitchen
Thursday, March 3
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Susan Still Scott Corporeality and Other Things of Grace and Beauty
Heskin Contemporary, 6 - 9 PM
443 West 37th, Ground Floor, 212.967.4972

Long Island City
Friday, March 4
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Shell Game
Local Project, 6 - 10 PM
45-10 Davis Street, 646-298-0969

Midtown
Saturday, March 5
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Fanny Allié
Chashama 266 Gallery, 7 - 9 PM
266 West 37th Street, 212-391-8151 x 26

Newark
Thursday, March 3
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Portraiture: Inside Out
Walsh Gallery, Seton Hall University, 5 - 9 PM
400 South Orange Avenue, 973-275-2033

Soho
Thursday, March 3
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Zhang Gong: Beijing – New York
Eli Klein Fine Art, 6 - 9 PM
462 West Broadway, 212-255-4388
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Wang Yang: Into His Dreams
Eli Klein Fine Art, 6 - 9 PM
462 West Broadway, 212-255-4388
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Leica Gallery, 6 - 8 PM
670 Broadway, 212-777-3051
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John Bock: Howdy Bamington
Third Streaming, 6 - 8 PM
10 Greene Street, 2nd floor, 646-370-3877
Saturday, March 5
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Mark Morrisroe: From This Moment On
Artists Space, 6 - 8 PM
38 Greene Street, 3rd Floor, 212-226-3970

Tribeca / Downtown
Thursday, March 3
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HERE, 5 - 7 PM
145 Sixth Avenue, 212.647.0202
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James and Karla Murray: Store Front II
Clic Gallery, 6 - 8 PM
255 Centre Street, 212-219-9308
Sunday, March 6
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Wolfgang Ellenrieder: Time is out of joint
RH Gallery, 11 - 2 PM
137 Duane Street, 646-490-6355

Upper East Side
Saturday, March 5
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Celia Reisman: Paintings
Paul Thiebaud Gallery, 4 - 6 PM
42 East 76th Street, Fourth Floor, 212-737-9759

Williamsburg / Greenpoint / Bushwick
Friday, March 4
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Life in a Peaceful New World
Interstate Projects, 6 - 9 PM
56 Bogart Street, 718-412-8726
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Pieced Together
HKJB, 7 - 10 PM
1205 Manhattan Avenue, Suite 154 (5th Floor), 214-457-2048
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Raphaela Riepl: adorable steamed sea urchin
Open Source, 7 - 11 PM
174 Franklin Street, 646-279-3969
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Dana Bell: A Delicate Balance
Louis V E.S.P., 7:30 - 10 PM
140 Jackson Street
Saturday, March 5
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Grab Bag Sack, by Brent Owens
English Kills Art Gallery, 7 - 11 PM
114 Forrest Street, Ground Floor, 718-366-7323
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SKOTE PRESENTS NIGHTBIRD
Regina Rex, 7 - 10 PM
1717 Troutman, #329 (between Cypress and Seneca), 646-467-2232
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SOLO RESULTS OF COLLABORATIONS AND INFLUENCE…
Surreal Estate, 7 - 1 AM
15 Thames Street
Thursday, March 10
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David Malek: Hexagons
Rawson Projects, 7 - 9 PM
339 Bedford Ave, 718-388-2706http://www.amiando.com/serra.html

2 comments:

  1. Hi Jack,

    Great posting of all what's going on during Art Week. With so much to choose from what is your recommendation of "must see" shows/events?

    Thank you,

    Dirk

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  2. Hi Jack,

    WOW! I enjoy reading your blog but this time you truly outdid yourself! Lots of stuff to pick from. Thanks so much for making us aware of the famous Art Week in NYC! Will try to check out at least some of the galleries.

    Congrats on your fantastic blog!
    Enjoy the art,
    Alina

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