Stars and stripes.
The Museum of the Moving Image presents a special series of classic Zatoichi samurai films by masterful Japanese director Kenji Misumi.
McNally Jackson is hosting a reading of Taller de Taquimecanografía, a collaborative literary experiment, co-created by the late Aura Estrada, BOMB’s Senior Editor Mónica de la Torre, Gabriela Jauregui, and Laureana Toledo at 7 PM. They will be introduced by Francisco Goldman.
Alejandro Duran’s exhibition Washed Up, an ongoing project that showcases the the issue of plastic pollution, is showing at the Galería Octavio Paz.
Head on to the Affordable Art Fair for free on Friday, and check out affordable work from over 60 galleries in New York City.
Weird World, is an exhibition that explores the art of portraiture through a weird, occult lens.
The New York City Greek Film Festival is showing today and tomorrow at the Museum of the Moving Image.
Looking to add to your record collection? Head on over to the Brooklyn Flea Record Fair.
FCKNLZ, celebrates the golden age of New York nightlife with a theatrical re-staging of club kid appearances on TV talk shows from the early 1990’s.
Judson Reconstructed, a series of performances dedicated to reconstructing Judson-era works with 14 Judson choreographers, including Edward Bhartonn, Remy Charlip, Lucinda Childs, Philip Corner, Brian De Palma, Judith Dunn, Simone Forti, Deborah Hay, Aileen Passloff, Steve Paxton, Yvonne Rainer, Carolee Schneemann, Elaine Summers, and James Waring is at the Anthology Film Archives.