So they finally picked up the trash—It’s still a big dirty city out there. And until the next snow comes and blankets all that left-over blizzard grime you’re going to just have to face/embrace it. Get out there. Go. If only to see the likes of Sarah Michelson, Joe Bradley, and Cynthia Hopkins.
Tickets go on sale today for The World’s Most Literary Rent Party Ever, a benefit for Charles Bock (author of Beautiful Children) and his wife, Diana Colbert, who is battling leukemia. On February 6, at P.S. 122 in the East Village BOMB contributors Jonathan Safran Foer, Jonathan Franzen, Mary Gaitskill, Rivka Galchen, A.M. Homes, and Richard Price, among many, many others, will turn out to show their support/auction off services/drink beer/read. New York Times coverage here, donations accepted here
Jennifer Bartlett’s Recitative opens at The Pace Gallery (W. 22nd St), Tuesday, 6-8pm.
And if you just happen to be in the greater Boulder, CO area….Face it, a show of works on paper by BOMB intern Samuel Jablon opens Friday at Naropa University’s Nalanda Gallery (6287 Arapahoe Avenue). The Show will be up from January 10th – February 19th