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Tony Martin’s extraordinary body of work is being culled together for the first time in his retrospective book, The Variable Place. Attend the release party and enjoy complementary beers at Café Dancer in the Lower East Side. Begins at 7pm.
Join Judith Bernstein and Paul McCarthy at the New Museum for Bernstein’s first solo exhibition. For tickets click here.
Triple Canopy is throwing its second annual marathon reading–and weekend-long slumber party–with Gertrude Stein’s The Making of Americans: Being a History of a Family’s Progress, beginning tonight! Borscht and booze will be provided. For more information click here.
COIL and New York Live Arts co-present Magical by Annie Dorsen and Anne Juren–a collaborative performance combining feminism and magic tricks.
Artists and technophiles! Don’t miss Eyebeam Art + Technology Center’s Annual Showcase –an all day event dedicated to the “invigorating inquiry into new approaches to art and technology.”
The Gowanus Studio Space is throwing a party and everybody, and I mean everybody, is invited–Private Line presents There Can Be Only One, along with Ana Bozicevic, Julian Talamantez Brolaski, Bianca Stone, and Alex Waterman. All drink proceeds will benefit Hurricane Sandy relief in the Rockaways.
Rekindle your passion for theory and social inquiry with The Brooklyn Institute. Take advantage of early enrollment and snag a spot in their upcoming course, Critical Theory and the Now: A Contemporary Introduction to the Frankfurt School.
Catch Clifford Odets’s rarely performed play the Golden Boy at the Belasco Theatre.
MoMA PS1 will host their annual Winter Open House –An all-day event featuring a performance by Ed Atkins and rapper and producer Egyptian Lover.