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Tony Martin’s extraordinary body of work is being culled together for the first time in his retrospective book, The Variable Place. Attend the release party and enjoy complementary beers at Café Dancer in the Lower East Side. Begins at 7pm.
Join Judith Bernstein and Paul McCarthy at the New Museum for Bernstein’s first solo exhibition. For tickets click here.
Triple Canopy is throwing its second annual marathon reading–and weekend-long slumber party–with Gertrude Stein’s The Making of Americans: Being a History of a Family’s Progress, beginning tonight! Borscht and booze will be provided. For more information click here.
1. One evening a couple of years ago, 82-year-old Barbara Robson was crammed in a rush-hour London tube train. Politely, she asked a young man near her, smart in his suit and tie, if he might move along a little. ‘He turned to me,’ she says, ‘and told me that, as an old woman, I was a total waste of space.’”
Celebrate the silver anniversary of Deconstructivist Architecture at the MoMA. Spots are limited, RSVP here.
When politics and egos collide the result is mayhem and bodily harm–Revisit filmmaker D.A. Pennebaker’s films Maidstone and 1 P.M. screening in tandem at Film Forum. Pennebaker will be in attendance! To buy tickets click here.
Paper Clip is a weekly compilation of online articles, artifacts and other—old, new, and sometimes BOMB-related.
This week’s events are to be enjoyed with a side of turkey and mashed potatoes.
It’s super sad, but funny at the same time–Don’t miss the Friars Club-style roast of Gary Shteyngart hosted by BAM in partnership with Greenlight Bookstore. The author of Russian Debutante’s Handbook, and Super Sad True Love Story will be subjected to a foray of comedic insults beginning at 7:30pm this evening.