I wish I could attend this, but I am previously engaged with:
An Evening with The Raincoats (tickets)
Saturday, November 20, 2010
PopRally invites you to a special performance by the legendary post-punk group The Raincoats, presented in conjunction with a pair of MoMA exhibitions featuring influential women artists. Kathleen Hanna will kick […]
Kambui Olujimi is one of my favorite artists right now, one that never fails to impress with the direction in which his mental, linguistic, and visual interpretations go. His last exhibition was a solo project, The Clouds Are After Me (Nov. ‘09), hosted at Saatchi & Saatchi in conjunction with The Art Production Fund. […]
Extended until January 25, 2009.
Sincerest apologies for the hiatus since the end of October. In my primary capacity as an independent curator, November was creation and crunch time for the show I co-curated with Omar Lopez-Chahoud at the Dumbo Arts Center. Only recently, following the curatorial talk, has there been time to get back […]
Express yourself on Saturday, October 4, at Art Response’s silent protest event. Bring a canvas (whatever that may be), your creative materials, and a posse.
At 11 am on October 4th, 2008 ART RESPONSE!® will be hosting its first public art project. We are calling on the art community in and around the Brooklyn area to […]
(ARTINFO) Marc Chagall Window Vandalized; Seven Indicted in International Art-Fraud Schemes; Basel Rejects Claim from Heirs of Persecuted Art Dealer; Permit for Oil Drilling Near Spiral Jetty Denied; (NYTIMES) Russian and Rich: Art’s New Tastemaker; (ARTFORUM) Sugar Rush — Terence Koh’s Asia Song Society opening reception; Cory Arcangel live and the opening of the new […]
This weekend is your last chance to peek at London (or Brooklyn) from the giant optical devices installed on Fulton Ferry Landing and near the Tower Bridge, respectively.
On display since May 22, the telescope-like devices have been open every hour of the day. The brainchild of Alexander Stanhope St. George and realized by his great-grandson […]
Tom Otterness, perhaps best known to New Yorkers as the artist behind the cartoonish brass creatures all over the A/C/E/L station at 14th Street and 8th Avenue, will be celebrating his latest public art piece today in DUMBO. “Large Covered Wagon” depicts a Lego-like man with a pipe and a yoked ox that happens to […]
The Brooklyn Academy of Music has some great friends. Always a great list of donated works, this year’s auction includes some amazing pieces by participants Jasper Johns, Sol LeWitt, Cindy Sherman, Annie Liebowitz (Friends of BAM Chair), Keith Haring, Richard Prince, William Villalongo, Meredith Monk, Karla Wozniak, and many more.
The annual BAMart Silent Auction is […]
The DUMBO Arts Center (DAC) will conclude its annual benefit with a reception and the conclusion of the auctions, the live one conducted by Christopher Gaillard of Sotheby’s:
The Silent Auction will be on view and open for bidding in the gallery and
online from February 22 through February 29, 2008, until the Live Auction
concludes. Dumbo Arts […]
Join me at The New School this afternoon for a talk by my artistic heroes, Gilbert & George:
Legendary British duo Gilbert & George will discuss their remarkable artistic and personal collaboration over the last thirty-five years, from their early performance pieces to their large-scale photomontages, which have attracted both fierce controversy and enormous acclaim. This […]