Running, running, running . . .
Ed Ruscha, Sands of Time, 1987, acrylic on canvas, 36 x 24”. Courtesy of Robert Miller Gallery.
Don’t delay and catch one of the last two days of Gego’s
, an exhibition commemorating the 100th anniversary of the birth of the artist Gertrud Goldschmidt at the Americas Society. Origin and Encounter, Mastering the Space
Swing by a screening of
Alphabet City by New York cinema punkster Amos Poe at the New Museum at 7:00PM.
Let your vision buds catch fire at the opening reception of
New America: Vanishing Landscape at the Brooklyn Fire Proof East, 6:00 to 9:00 PM.
Poets House is hosting a reading by poets Mark Strand, Eduardo C. Corral, Camille Rankine, and Malachi Black.
The New School is hosting
New Work: An Evening with John Ashbery. John Ashbery is joined by poets Tom Healy and David Lehman to present his forthcoming book, Quick Question.
Get lost in the multimedia drawings of
Guillermo Kuitca in a body of work called featured at the Drawing Center. Diarios
Need to escape the city bustle? Head to Albany’s University Gallery for the last days of Rachel Foullon’s sculpture exhibit,
. Braided Sun
Are you a poetry lover and like to party? Then
The Carol Novack Christmas-Hannukah-Kwanzaa-Solstice-and-Atheists-Who-Love-to-Party Tribute Party is for a place for you to be with Cornelius Eady, CA Conrad, Andrei Codrescu, and many more.
Get your tickets and perk your ears for
Royal Trux Performing ‘Twin Infinitives’ at the Saint Vitus in Brooklyn at 8:00 PM.
Julia Lektov’s soul- tickling thriller , starring Gael Garcia Bernal, set in the Georgian mountains screens at the IFC Center at 10:50 AM. The Loneliest Planet
The Brooklyn Museum is hosting an
Exhibition Conversation with co-curators Vincent Bonin, Catherine Morris, and catalog contributor Julia Bryan-Wilson on . Materializing ‘Six Years‘
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