Putting the world back together at the last minute.
Tonight, join us at BookCourt for our Summer Launch Party! We will be celebrating the release of Bomb’s Summer Issue with several of our wonderful contributors, including Joshua Cohen, Wayne Koestenbaum, Justin Lieberman, Lynn Melnick and B. Wurtz. We’d love to see you!
This is the last chance to check out photographer Matthew Brandt’s exhibition Lakes, Trees and Honeybees, on view at the Yossi Milo Gallery until Friday!
In conjunction with its exhibition Young Curators, New Ideas IV’s ERRATUM, the Meulensteen presents excerpt hearts performance, part musical exploration of love, with niv Acosta, Tess Dworman, and BOMBlog’s Art Editor, Legacy Russell.
Word hosts a reading this evening in association with Akashic Books and the Brooklyn Rail. Many excellent authors will appear and read their words, including Donald Breckenridge, Mickey Hess, Nathan Larson, Joe Meno, and Leigh Stein.
The Brooklyn Institute for Social Research kicks off a new series of classes, Spinoza and Mendelssohn: Politics of the Sacred and Profane, which will explore notions of political theology and the secular through a comparative textual study. Get your brain on!
The New Museum hosts a conversation between artists Otto Piene and Massimiliano Gioni about art and technology.
Curbs and Stoops, in collaboration with Rhythmology, present their first pop-up art exhibition, featuring Mexican-American painter and installation artist, Francisco Moreno. Moreno’s solo show, Las Noticias explores issues of assimilation and immersion in the terms of the immigrant’s experience entering into American culture. The artist will give a lecture Thursday, and the opening reception will be held Friday.