Never a day late, always very rich.
Feeling. Concept and images by Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari. All images printed by permission of the publisher, Deste Foundation for Contemporary Art. Distributed by ARTBOOK | D.A.P.
Catch a Museum Highlights tour of the Brooklyn Museum.
Take in some tunes at Le Poisson Rouge! Save the Village: A Benefit Show will provide the stage for musical masters John Zorn, Thurston Moore, Jesse Harris, TriBeCaStan, Flutterbox, John Kelly, Gary Lucas, Red Baraat, David Amram and MYCALE.
Anthology Film Archives presents a special program featuring experimental filmmaker Tony Conrad. The program will run for two days with screenings of some of Conrad’s more obscure and unknown works. It takes place in conjunction with the exhibit at NYU’s 80WSE gallery, which opens on Friday.
In conjunction with ZOOPSIA, the exhibition of new paintings by Jenny Lynn McNutt at Art101, a reading and discussion will take place in the gallery space between poet Tom Sleigh and McNutt, exploring the relationship between art and poetry.
En vogue: Trajal Harrell performs his evening-length piece Judson Church is Ringing in Harlem (Made-to-Measure) as part of a larger work entitled Twenty Looks or Paris is Burning at the Judson Church at Danspace Project.
The New Museum presents Stories from the New Aesthetic, a conversation between James Bridle, Aaron Straup Cope, and Joanne McNeil, which will focus on Bridle’s research, exploring various sites of intersection and interaction. Hooked yet? You should go.
Doing the City: Urban Community Interventions, an original solo survey of the work of filmmaker and artist Tony Conrad opens at NYU’s 80WSE gallery with a reception this evening. An exhibition of this nature, limelighting Conrad, hasn’t been seen in more than two decades—come check it out!
Feeling blue? Immerse yourself in David Spriggs’ new installation at Abrons Arts Center, entitled, yes, Blue.
Join filmmakers Craig Singer and Michael Monello in a discussion, Filmmakers in a Post-Film Landscape, about the future of film and of storytelling in an increasingly multimedia, multidisciplinary world, moderated by Aina Abiodun at the Museum of the Moving Image.
Catch the NY Theatrical Premier of the new film by Ben Rivers, Two Years At Sea at Anthology Film Archives and get a chance to wave fanatically at the artist from over the tops of the heads of other crowding fans. (He’ll be at the screening).