It’s abundantly clear what you should do this week.
Haunch of Venison proudly presents the first solo exhibition of London-based sculptor Kevin Francis Gray.
Poet Paul Legault will read from his new English to English translation of Emily Dickinson’s poetry, The Emily Dickinson Reader, at PowerHouse Arena, alongside writers MacGregor Card, Dorothea Lasky, and Lynne Tillman.
Come celebrate the beginning of the autumn season at Danspace Project by honoring the 100th birthday of the legendary John Cage. This reception is free and will feature performances by Rashaun Mitchell, Silas Riener, and So Percussion.
Documentarian and filmmaker Carlos Motta will host a reading at the New Museum with artists Chitra Ganesh, Andrea Geyer, Ryan Inouye, Thomas Lax, and Alex Segade, investigating textual influences on contemporary queer culture.
Stephen Powers, best known for his paintings/graffiti/public artworks, returns to NYC! Head to the Joshua Liner Gallery for the opening reception of his exhibition, A Word is Worth a Thousand Pictures.
A new exhibition, loop, exploring the notion of diaspora, opens at MoCADA. The show is curated by Jessica N. Bell and Terence Nance, with works by artists including Mendi and Keith Obadike, Kevin Jerome Everson, Jodie Lyn-Kee-Chow, BOMBlog’s Legacy Russell, O’Neil Lawrence, and Wilmer Wilson IV.
A new exhibition of the work of Richard Tuttle, entitled Systems VII-XII, opens at the Pace Gallery, running through October 13.
The New Museum presents an evening of experimental musical performance in which two live musicians, Pauline Oliveros and Doug Van Nort will collaborate with an artificially intelligent element called FILTER, to produce improvised, interactive sound.
The Abrons Arts Center presents a new exhibition entitled El Regreso de los Dinosaurios, with an eye on contemporary Mexican visual culture. The show will feature artists Alejandro Almanza Pereda, Travis Boyer, Gabriela Alva Cal y Mayor, Ricardo Cid, Aurora Ixchel Pellizzi, GT Pellizzi, and Amanda Valdez.