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09

Oct
2013

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By marywp

Must See: Week of 10/07

On 09, Oct 2013 | In Must See | By marywp

Things have returned to a closer state of normalcy, but as always there are plenty of the things to catch!

Wednesday, October 9, 7-9pm

Opening Reception @ BRIC for Housewarming: Notion of Home from the Center of the Universe 

BRIC inaugurates a new gallery space with a strong show of Brooklyn-based artists. The show promises to be an interesting reply to the Sculpture Center’s Better Homes of this past spring. Sounds like a good time.

http://bricartsmedia.org/events/housewarming-notions-of-home-from-the-center-of-the-universe Read more…

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11

Sep
2013

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MUST SEE FOR WEEK 09/10

On 11, Sep 2013 | In Uncategorized | By marywp

There’s a lot going down in NYC thisThursday as the galleries all kick into the Fall season.

Some things to look forward to are:

Charles Gaines in Conversation at Paula Cooper

Kill two birds with one stone by seeing the gallery’s presentation of Sol Le Witt’s more contemporary (and colorful ) wall drawings in addition to the legendary conceptual artist Charles Gaines discuss his practice.

Thursday @ 7pm

http://www.paulacoopergallery.com/exhibitions/546

In Red Hook, Elizabeth Orr will reveal her performative/documentative project at Recess Projects. Orr’s work has yet to break through on a large scale, but this latest piece especially promises to deal with multiple contemporary issues around performance and its representation.  The middling reception starts at 6.

http://www.recessart.org/activities/8045

Back in Chelsea,  303 Gallery will be hosting an exhibition of new Elad Lassry photographs. There won’t be a reception, but try and catch the exhibition in the day or on the weekend.

http://www.303gallery.com

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02

Sep
2013

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Must See for Week of 09/02

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This Friday MoMA PS1’s latest project, the cross-country, one-day art fair/festival and pop-up exhibition, Station to Station hits Brooklyn. The event has been sold out for a week already, and names like Ryan Trecartin, Urs Fischer, Yayoi Kusama, Nam June Paik and Raymond Pettibon (to name a few) will highlight what will be an interesting evening.

http://stationtostation.com/location/new-york/

For a more “populist”event, the controversial former director of LA MOCA’s return to LA opens Thursday night. Calligraffiti at Lelia Heller Gallery promises to be half a hot Chelsea Mess and half and interesting exhibition.

http://www.leilahellergallery.com/exhibition/Calligraffiti%3A%201984-2013/Calligraffiti%3A%201984-2013.pdf

Meanwhile, further uptown at Columbia University’s Wallah Gallery is a sure treat. Eleanor Antin’s Selves curated by Ph.d candidate Emily Liebert almost guarantees both a great review of a seminal project in feminist conceptual art. Opening reception Thursday 6-8pm.

http://www.columbia.edu/cu/wallach/exhibitions/Multiple-Occupancy.html

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