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Jacqueline De Jong’s Situationist Times, 1962-1967

Boo-Hooray is happy to announce an exhibition of original art, publications, photography, ephemera and manuscripts related to Jacqueline De Jong’s vanguard publication The Situationist Times, celebrating the 50th anniversary of its first issue. A total of six issues were published: Issue 1 in May of 1962, and the final issue in December of 1967. A seventh issue was compiled but not published. The Situationist movement produced periodicals: Internationale Situationniste (twelve issues published between 1958 and 1969) and the German Gruppe SPUR publication SPUR (six issues from August 1960 to August 1961). There were other examples: Drakabygget (Scandinavia), Heatwave (UK), Black Mask (USA), King Mob Echo (UK). Dutch artist and graphic designer Jacqueline de Jong joined the Situationist International in 1960. De Jong suggested the publication of an English language newsletter in In oracle 10g of 1960, to be co-edited with British Situationist Alexander Trocchi.

La Mama Moves Dance Festival

Conceptual Artist/Choreographer/Artistic Director of The School of Hard Knocks Yoshiko Chuma continues a lifetime obsession with danger in her new work, Love Story, Palestine. Intentionally confusing documentation with history, Chuma tasks El-Funoun members Sari Husseini and Anas Abu Oun and NYC-based talents Miriam Parker, Tatyana Tenenbaum, and Saori Tsukada-—three performers who have never been to Palestine—with re-creating segments from her own documented works and experiences in Ramallah, Palestine. Chuma assembles a mosaic of images and interviews which pertain to pain and longing, as if framing theater with barbed wire. Traditional dance is juxtaposed with contemporary movement, video projection and spoken text in a borderless environment constantly reshaped by sculptural objects. Yoshiko Chuma herself performs on the backdrop of Robert Flynt’s photography.

Field Recordings

The Horticultural Society of New York is pleased to present Field Recordings, a multimedia exhibition of works by Saul Becker and Stephen Vitiello. The exhibition explores how both artists collect fragments of the natural world and restage them as altered landscapes presented in multimedia sculptures, photographs, video, and drawings.

Carlos Estrada-Vega: Building a Painting

For Carlos Estrada-Vega the process of cutting, sanding, drilling, magnetizing and coating thousands upon thousands of tiny wooden cubes with a combination of pigment, wax and limestone dust is only an act of preparation: an exercise to aid him in developing the discipline and focus required for his work. The actual act of painting begins as he combines those blocks into a grand composition through a practice of meditation and observation. Though each tiny component is considered a complete painting—a complete experience in and of itself—combined they inform one another, showing a trend of experiences whose diversity deepens and enriches the impact of the whole. Working against the urge to calculate and control the direction of the painting, the artist seeks to channel impulses and instinctual gestures that arise as he works, creating pieces that are as fresh as they are deeply honest.

High Strung Women -Brooklyn Arts Council

Capturing the recent upsurge of interest in traditional string music, this lively jamboree, curated by well-known fiddler Sarah Alden, highlights banjo, fiddle, mandolin, bass, guitar and more. Participating artists include Calamity Jane’s Old Time String Band, Hilary Hawke, Mamie Minch, Rima Fand, Katie Down and Tess Slominski. The evening closes with a jam session. Come join us and bring your strings! High Strung Women is part of Brooklyn Arts Council’s Half the Sky Festival: Brooklyn Women in Traditional Performance, an unprecedented series of concerts, performances, workshops and symposia highlighting Brooklyn women performing artists, especially those working in traditional art forms.

This American Life Live! – Things You Can’t Do on the Radio

The hit radio show This American Life beams into hundreds of movie theaters as host Ira Glass curates a program titled Things You Can’t Do On The Radio—featuring music, dance, comedy, and other things that don’t quite fit on the radio show, which reaches about three million weekly listeners worldwide. This live show takes the style and sensibility of the radio program and applies it to the performing arts, showcasing artists you may already know and newcomers you’ll adore.

Blaschka: Glass creatures of the Ocean – An Illustrated History of The Natural History Museum (NHM), London Collection

Although more famously know for the making the glass flowers exhibited at the Harvard Museum of Natural History, the father and son partnership of Leopold (1822-1895) and Rudolf (1857-1939) Blaschka also made numerous marine invertebrate glass models. Some of the first models they made were sea anemones in the early 1860’s. The Natural History Museum (NHM), London purchased their first set around 1865 and holds over 185 Blaschka glass models consisting of anemones, sea slugs, jellyfish, octopus, squid, protozoans and corals representing their entire model making career. The models were made in a variety ways with many formed over wire skeletons (known as armatures) with the glass fused together or glued. Profiled in various scientific sales catalogues such as Henry A. Ward’s they were to sold museums, universities and private collectors by the Blaschkas themselves and various agents who worked on their behalf worldwide. In the past these models were of scientific importance in teaching

Digital Distribution 101 – A primer for Filmmakers

Digital Media has quickly changed the face of distribution for news, music and books, and a similar sea change is taking place in the film industry. Erick Opeka, VP of Digital Distribution for New Video, will provide a comprehensive overview of the current and future digital distribution landscape. Topics covered will include current business models (ad-based, transactional, subscription & VOD), current distribution platforms (iTunes, gaming consoles, Hulu, Netflix, etc.), marketing & merchandising, and future trends. Erick will also lay out several key strategies for securing a digital distributor and maximizing revenue.

Cage Transmitted Robert Whitman performs Inside Out and a screening of John Cage’s An Alphabet

Triple Canopy is pleased to present the fourth evening of Cage Transmitted: Celebrating + Playing John Cage, a year-long series of performances and events to celebrate John Cage’s centenary. The evening will feature two rarely seen performances that reflect on Cage’s relationship to Marcel Duchamp.

culturefix and Papacookie Present: The Greatest Humans In Sound, Part I

Jonathan Wood Vincent is a composer, songwriter, singer, and performance artist who has honed his body and his expressions of thought to create spontaneous, yet crafted articulations of meaning and gesture. He is known both for his wide ranging songs, semi- improvised epic story-pieces, and for associative “rants” deriving from long studies and assorted collaborations and prostrations with various long forgotten deities and demigods. He has had long, long collaborations with post Mortem neolicious scary dancer Zack Fuller, the exquisite violinist and composer Katt Hernandez, and has recorded and performed with post Torah folk rockers Girls in Trouble, alt country singer songwriter Eileen Rose, and a multilingual stripper rap band called Un Cuerpo Exquisito, and inventor/microtonalist Adam James Wilson, in addition to countless other folks.

A Cut Above: Paper Masters

A group exhibition celebrating the renaissance of cut paper as an artistic medium. The exhibition features 12 international artists who choose to draw with a knife, saw or scissors as an integral part of their practice. A timely show, it responds to widespread current debates surrounding the use of cut paper and books in contemporary artistic practice, exploring the work of 12 artists engaged in paper manipulation. Individually, these artists are praised for their distinctive techniques and approach to working in this medium. As a collective, A Cut Above provides an insight into how the medium has gained traction on the international art stage and presents a broad spectrum of works by emerging and established artists from the United States and abroad, some exhibiting in New York for the first time.

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Heather L. Johnson grew up moving from place to place, a process punctuated by dramatic cultural transitions: Hawaii to suburban Chicago; Brazil to a small town in Utah; Utah to London, England, and so on. This experience informs her current work as an artist, though which she investigates ideas of movement, memory, identity and distance. Johnson holds a Master of Fine Arts degree from the California College of the Arts in San Francisco, and has completed residencies at the McColl Center for Visual Art in Charlotte, NC, and at Winthrop University in South Carolina. Her work has been exhibited throughout the U.S., in Europe and Japan, at White Columns (New York City), Austin Museum of Art (Austin, TX), Gallery 16 (San Francisco), Room Space (Gentilly, France), Sonoma Museum of Visual Art (Sonoma, CA), and many other venues.

Stephen Hannock: Recent Paintings: Vistas with Text

The Directors of Marlborough Gallery are pleased to announce the opening of an exhibition of Stephen Hannock’s recent paintings on April 25, 2012 with a reception from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. The exhibition will continue until June 2. In addition to large-scale paintings, the exhibition will also include a room documenting Hannock’s process. Hannock, born in Albany, New York in 1951, lives and works in Williamstown, Massachusetts, and New York. Jason Rosenfeld, Ph.D., Distinguished Chair and Professor of Art History at Marymount Manhattan College, has curated the exhibition and written the accompanying catalogue.


Bold Hype gallery presents the summer group exhibition, Suggestivism NYC. This exhibit, curated by Nathan Spoor, features 40 of the new contemporary art scene’s most talented and intriguing artists. The concept of Suggestivism, says Spoor, does not center around claiming a title for giving any movement a name, but for introducing a common creative thread amongst several disparate and unique voices within the modern art world. Spoor first engaged the concept and usage of the term, “Suggestivism”, during his graduate school days to conceptualize his vibrant and engaging style of work.

Austerity Measures: Michael Bilsborough

Through the recurring motif of a cubic lattice, Bilsborough works on translucent layers to generate dense images and complex forms. The results have optical depth, while the indelible procedural marking reveals the tests and decisions involved. Drawing is thinking. The images maintain sculptural integrity: beyond linear perspective, they also account for gravity, voids, and stress. They function as plausible models. Drawing is building. Each image requires drawing a “perfect cube” in perspective, and this learned skill, repeated, becomes a drill – a highly regulated performance. Through it, Bilsborough invents a spontaneous manipulation for the cube. Drawing is action. In this new series, Bilsborough diverges from his signature scenes of multi-figure orgies and rituals. The cerebral conditions of Austerity Measures are mostly stripped of human figures, though the images can evoke the body. The tensile armatures appear skeletal.

Quayola: Strata

Bitforms gallery is pleased to announce its first solo exhibition by the London-based artist Quayola. On view will be two video installations, Strata #4 and Topologies, the second of which is a New York premiere. Regarded in Europe for his enigmatic video installations, Quayola creates hybrid spaces of animated painting and sculpture. Informed by his experiences growing up in Rome, and spiritually detaching from the city’s rich tradition in architecture, the work is rooted in geometry and the iconography of perfection.

Bayou n’ Brooklyn Music Festival

Bayou n’ Brooklyn Music Festival is an annual three-day festivity showcasing the musical prowess of Louisiana with the aim of preserving its traditional music form especially with the Cajun Zydeco music scene. The annual festival also highlights the musical genius of bayou-born sounds, family dances, community jam sessions, dance hall flavor bands and of course, good eats that will surely entice ebinho palate and gluttony for delicious food such as the Louisiana-famous gumbo. This year’s Brooklyn Music Festival features the dance hall band favorites, Cajun French Music Association Awards winner and Cajun Hall of Fame Jesse Lege and his Bayou Brew, and Forest Huval, one of the world’s rising star heads to Brooklyn for his debut performance accompanied by multi instrumentalist and Grammy Award nominee Al Berard.

Experiments in Opera: Borges and the Other with music by Matthew Welch and a text adapted from Jorge Luis Borges

A modular dance opera for Blarvuster by Matthew Welch for 2 Mezzo-sopranos, Baritone, Tenor, chorus, flute/piccolo, viola, 2 electric guitars, piano, bass guitar, vibraphone, drum kit For some time now, I have been working on a series of short operas (or modular “Acts”) centered continue reading the luminary Argentine author Jorge Luis See more, all played by an expanded version of my ensemble Blarvuster. In 2007, the first of these Borges mini-operas featured two mezzo-sopranos portraying an older and younger Borges meeting in a dream space. Borges was not shy to rework the basic concept of a story in to a new and equally fantastic second tale, and so for a second act written for tenor and baritone, two additional Borges of differing ages meet yet again in a separate encounter of dreaming each other. In both operas/acts, each Borges views his other in disbelief, hashing out self-loathing critique, whilst verifying biographical information.

Cry for Nature/Dance for Water

Discussion will focus on the Global Water Dances that have been taking place in more than 46 countries around the globe, raising consciousness about environmental issues and bringing people together to problem-solve solutions for global challenges such as safe drinking water. This dialogue begs the question, “what is the impact of crying out for nature through dance as a visceral, political and an essential response to the contemporary world?” Then, stay tuned for a preview of next season’s MovementTalks series!

Actually, It’s Ridgewood. Historic Art Crawl

Come one, come all to this web page first ever Ridgewood Art Crawl. You know that part of town you thought was Bushwick… well, Actually, It’s Ridgewood. Help us set the record straight by celebrating Queens’ newest art community with a little bit of history, a lot of art, and the perfect amount of drink. This event is part of the Queens Museum’s Biennial of Queens-based Artists, Queens International 2012: Three Points Make a Triangle (Feb 5th – May 20th 2012).

I T I N E R A N T: Public Performances & Closing Event

QMAD, Queens Media Arts Development, is pleased to announce the closing event and presentation of public performances for ITINERANT on Saturday, May 12th, 3 – 6 pm at 37 Road Pedestrian Plaza in Jackson Heights, Queens. The Festival for Contemporary Performance Art comes back home to Queens after a successful 5 weeks presentation in the five boroughs in New York City. where it was presented in collaboration with galleries, artist-run spaces and public institutions.

Dan Levenson Performance

Triangle Arts Association is pleased to present a month-long exhibition highlighting performance works by alumni artists Richie Budd, Dan Levenson and Kenya Robinson. Each one night performance will result in objects and gestural vestiges that will remain on view for one week. Abstracted from the durational immediacy of the performance itself these “residues” will encourage viewers to consider the act of performance from the outside in.

Holy River

Holy River is a multimedia exhibition by the New York based artist Prune Nourry, and curated by Tatyana Franck. Sculptures, installations, photographs and videos will take over the entire ground floor of the Invisible Dog. The Holy River exhibition is the culmination of a three-year project on gender selection focused on India. Mirroring the Holy Daughters exhibition that took place in 2011 in Paris around the theme of Milk, the flowing theme of this show is water. It features a selection of works inspired by a performance Prune realized last year in Kolkata.

Terry Riley & Gyan Riley

Terry and Gyan Riley have been performing together since the late 90’s and have appeared in concert throughout the USA and Europe. The music has a connection to the improvising traditions of both Jazz and Indian Classical but more importantly depends on a synchronous intuition that has developed between a father and a son. Sometimes they begin with a structure continue reading melodic, harmonic, modal and rhythmic elements are predetermined along with a flow chart of sequential events but one of their favorite forms is starting from a place where neither performer has an overview and they must find their way together. Terry on piano, keyboard and vocals, has been on the worlds stages for over 50 years. Gyan has generated a lot of excitement with his astounding guitar virtuosity and his brilliant compositions. In 2011 they appeared at All Tomorrow’s Parties in Minehead England and at Moogfest in Asheville, North Carolina.

The N’Harmonics

NYU’s hottest rock a cappella group the N’Harmonics return to Joe’s Pub for their final concert of the year! The N’Harms are known around NYU for our eclectic arrangements (ranging from The Allman Brothers, John Legend, Radiohead, Rihanna…the list goes on), plus our fresh looks, LOUD belts, whistle tones, high Cs, riff #210, FIERCE beatboxing and our ridiculously fabulous alumni (who have and can be seen on Broadway in Wicked, Mamma Mia!, Spring Awakening and a slew of other productions). The N’Harms are one of the craziest, loudest, and most fun groups in all of NYC, and they’ve performed at such awesome venues as Lincoln Center, CBGB’s and The Beacon Theatre.

Arts & Sciences

From Oakland Calif, this genre-bending quartet is rooted in jazz and improvisation traditions but borrows extensively from pop song writing and old field recordings. The group features a unique instrumentation of alto and tenor saxophones, monophonic synths, vintage organs and drums as well as a variety of hand percussion and singing. Compositionally, the group takes it’s cues from a wide range of past masters, including Sun Ra, Tim Berne’s Bloodcount and Oakland-based experimental pop geniuses, The Curtains. The music fluctuates between through-composed vignettes and lengthier suite-like pieces that seamlessly weave together written material and improvisation.


NICHOLAS CANELLAKIS with MICHAEL BROWN. Cellist Nicholas Canellakis teams up with pianist/composer Michael Brown for CAG’s monthly installment of Barbès Classical: string-centric. The Duo plays Pärt’s Fratres, Bartók’s Romanian Folk Dances, Fauré’s Apres un Reve and arrangements by Canellakis of Bulgarian Dances and John Brion’s Little People. Canellakis also performs Brown’s Suite for Solo Cello, a work inspired by Bach that was premiered by Canellakis at Bargemusic earlier this year. Nicholas Canellakis is a member of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center Two, is a regular performer at Bargemusic and was a member of Carnegie Hall’s Ensemble ACJW. He has performed at Weill, Zankel, Merkin, Jordan and Disney Halls, the Kennedy Center and at the festivals of Santa Fe, Ravinia, [email protected], Mecklenburg, Moab, Sarasota, Verbier and Aspen.


Four artists known for their innovative works in the public sphere were asked to proffer alternative visions and an imaginative future for Long Island City. Now at Socrates, their ideas will be realized through sculpture, site-specific installations, earthworks and participatory, social activities.

Poets on Painters

Presented in collaboration with the Poetry Society of America, this program features poet Kenny Goldsmith, who will read from his work and discuss the interchange of ideas between the visual arts and the written word in New York City during 1978–1982, in homage to Keith Haring.

Kay Ryan

“Her poems are compact, exhilarating, strange affairs, like Erik Satie miniatures or Joseph Cornell boxes,” wrote J. D. McClatchy. “She is an anomaly in today’s literary culture: as intense and elliptical as Dickinson, as buoyant and rueful as Frost.”


Experiments and Disorders is DP’s long running literary series, curated by Christen Clifford and Tom Cole. Recent source include: Lynne Tillman, Paul Lisicky, Karen Lillis, Ethan Lipton, Phillip Lopate, Laurie Stone, Rebekah Rutcoff, Patty Powers, McKenzie Wark, John Wray, and Eileen Myles


BELLA GAIA, a ‘Living Atlas’ journey of our world, expresses the deeply moving beauty of planet Earth as seen through the eyes of astronauts. Created by award winning director and classically trained violinist Kenji Williams, in collaboration with NASA, BELLA GAIA features an 80-minute live performance by Kenji and world class musicians against a large-screen backdrop of orbiting visualizations of Earth from space. From fires in the Amazon basin to time-lapse images of arctic ice melt, stunning orbital imagery-rendered by SCISS’ Uniview using data from NASA– provides an exquisite simulation of the astronaut’s view from space. The performance also includes earthbound visitations from exotic Japanese temples to Egyptian pyramids.

2012 MFA Thesis Exhibition

An exhibition of work by the 2012 Graduates of the New York Academy of Art

Friends of Riverkeeper at New Yorkers Against Fracking Rally and Concert

Hosted by Mark Ruffalo, performances by Natalie Merchant, Medeski Martin & Wood, Joan Osborne, Citizen Cope and many more. Buy tickets here.

A Day For Visual Artists

Celebrate Bronx Week’s Arts and Culture Day by attending two events geared for artists and the creative community. Sign up for cardoso exhibition tours too! Come to “Doctor´s Hours for Visual Artists” organized by The New York Foundation for The Arts (NYFA) and “Artists Paradise: Artist Helping Artists” roundtable discussion that focuses on alternative models for artists’ professional


The Ensemble performs combination of jazz, rock, free improvisation and modern classical music all original material written for the group by Fay Victor and Jochem van Dijk. Fay Victor – voice, compositions; Anders Nilsson – electric guitar, effects and Ken Filiano – double bass, effects.

L.E.D. Ball

The Museum of Arts and Design is holding its fourth annual young patron’s gala, the L.E.D. BALL, on Thursday, May 17th! Co-hosted by both celebrities and star fixtures in the design world, like Dror Benshetrit and Nate Berkus, this festive fundraiser expects over 1,000 partygoers during the course of the evening enjoying a-list dj sets, cocktails and dancing, and a live musical performance. The Museum just click for source will be lit up with a video artwork projected onto its façade and jam-packed with designs in L.E.D lighting inside. ALL PROCEEDS, including ticket sales and sustainable artworks for auction incorporating light-emitting diodes by over thirty top designers, will benefit the Museum’s educational programming for children.

President in Petticoats! Civil War Propaganda in Photographs

President in Petticoats! Civil War Propaganda in Photographs, on view at the International Center of Photography (1133 Avenue of the Americas at 43rd Street) May 18–September 2, 2012, presents over 40 extraordinary examples of photography used in early political propaganda targeted at Jefferson Davis, President of the Confederate States of America. Slightly less than 150 years ago, the American Civil War was grinding to a dispiriting and unheroic end. After the surrender of General Robert E. Lee’s rebel forces and the shocking assassination of President Abraham Lincoln in mid-April 1865, Davis was a political fugitive—accused of plotting Lincoln’s assassination as well as committing treason—and the future of the Union remained uncertain.

Don’t Let it Happen Here

If a nuclear meltdown on the same scale of Japan’s March 11, 2011, disaster at Fukushima Daiichi happened at Entergy’s Indian Point nuclear power plant, much of the Hudson Valley, New York City and surrounding areas could be affected, requiring evacuations far outside the 10-mile zone the Nuclear Regulatory Commission requires emergency plans. For Indian Point, even those inadequate evacuation plans have been called “unworkable” after months of study by safety experts.

WES LANG Here Comes Sunshine

Cultural conflation is one of the purest forms of appropriation available to an artist today, bonding geography, myth and media among other fundamentals. In Wes Lang’s exhibition, “Here Comes Sunshine,” he extrapolates from a diverse range of tributaries: tattoo flash, memento mori, Cholo signifiers, Basquiat’s oil stick, Mike Kelley’s 13 Seasons, even a little Tao Te Ching. Competing influences here occasionally result in contradictory statements, a sort of paradoxical jamboree, where death is embraced – not as a hard stop – but as an eternal companion. It’s a perspective from which simple phrases, by means of their repetition, can become something more than mantras. Herein lies the leverage of lyrical thinking.

A Paris Review Interview: James Fenton and Robyn Creswell

Robyn Creswell, poetry editor for The Paris Review, interviews the poet James Fenton. Both Creswell and Fenton are current Fellows at the Cullman Center.


Hot Tub with Kurt Braunohler and Kristen Schaal

Every Monday at 8pm Hosted by Kurt Braunohler and Kristen Schaal (Flight of the Conchords), this weekly variety show features comedy from New York’s best comics and sketch groups, new music, special guests, and the occasional, unpredictable oddity. Past guests have included Eugene Mirman, Ted Leo, Aziz Ansari, and more. For more information, please visit http://www.littlefieldnyc.com.

Cindy Sherman

Cindy Sherman (American, b. 1954) is widely recognized as one of the most important and influential artists in contemporary art. Throughout her career, she has presented a sustained, eloquent, and provocative exploration of the construction of contemporary identity and the nature of representation, drawn from the unlimited supply of images from movies, TV, magazines, the Internet, and art history. Working as her own model for more than 30 years, Sherman has captured herself in a range of guises and personas which are at turns amusing and disturbing, distasteful and affecting. To create her photographs, she assumes multiple roles of photographer, model, makeup artist, hairdresser, stylist, and wardrobe mistress. With an arsenal of wigs, costumes, makeup, prosthetics, and props, Sherman has deftly altered her physique and surroundings to create a myriad of intriguing tableaus and characters, from screen siren to clown to aging socialite.

Foreclosed: Rehousing the American Dream

Foreclosed: Rehousing the American Dream is an exploration of new architectural possibilities for cities and suburbs in the aftermath of the recent foreclosure crisis. During summer 2011, five interdisciplinary teams of architects, urban planners, ecologists, engineers, and landscape designers worked in public workshops at MoMA PS1 to envision new housing and transportation infrastructures that could catalyze urban transformation, particularly in the country’s suburbs. Responding to The Buell Hypothesis, a research report prepared by the Buell Center at Columbia University, teams—lead by MOS, Visible Weather, Studio Gang, WORKac, and Zago Architecture—focused on a specific location within one of five “megaregions” across the country to come up with inventive solutions for the future of American suburbs. This installation presents the proposals developed during the architects-in-residence program, including a wide array of models, renderings, animations, and analytical materials.

BAC Gallery presents: FUNNY HA HA

Opening Reception Thursday, March 1, 6:00 – 9:00 pm Join us during the Dumbo 1st Thursday Gallery Walk at the opening reception for BAC Gallery’s latest exhibition Funny Ha Ha. Can art be critical and humorous? This group show will explore different approaches to using humor in art. Artists include: Ernest Concepcion, Katy Higgins, Beth Krebs and Iviva Olenick. Curated by Courtney J. Wendroff.


OPENING RECEPTION: MARCH 01, 2011 6:00 PM It has been almost two years since the very first release of Impossible instant film, the wildly anticipated new black & white instant film for Polaroid SX-70 cameras. Although the film was initially in a developmental stage and highly experimental, it dawned on both read article and photographers alike that the impossible actually could become possible. Just 19 months later, Impossible has released 12 unique film types for three separate Polaroid camera systems. Although the journey has been short, the length Impossible has come represents a milestone in reviving instant analog photography. Using Impossible’s latest color and black & white films, twelve carefully selected photographers are illustrating a MOMENTUM that will carry instant analog photography through the digital age and beyond.

Shelley’s Ghost: The Afterlife of a Poet

For the first time ever, selections from Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein learn more here will be available for public viewing in the United States in this exciting exhibition, which is being shown in collaboration with the Bodleian Library at Oxford University in England and will highlight the literary and cultural legacy of P.B. and Mary Shelley, and that of her parents, William Godwin and Mary Wollstonecraft.

Speakeasy Dollhouse

Inspired by Lee’s miniature crime scene sets, von Buhler decided to create the scenes from her family mystery using her own handmade sets and dolls. Utilizing evidence from autopsy reports, police records, court documents, and interviews, she has built a dollhouse-sized speakeasy, a hospital room, a child’s bedroom, and a pre-war apartment. She also created lifelike dolls with moveable limbs to live in these sets. Taking it to another level, von Buhler has now created an immersive theatrical experience to go along with the sets and her own investigation. The play stages these events in mobster Meyer Lansky’s former Lower East Side speakeasy. The location is elaborately set up to mirror the dollhouse sets from the book. The play’s tagline is “The speakeasy is our dollhouse and the actors are our dolls.”

Gorey Preserved

The Rare Book and Manuscript Library presents a major exhibition of works by the idiosyncratic illustrator, designer, and writer, Edward Gorey (1925-2000), beginning March 5 and running through July 27, 2012

Swept Away Projects

An extension of the Swept Away exhibition, Swept Away Projects will include a series of “live” installations occurring during the run of the exhibition that will allow audiences to experience and interact with artists and their site-specific installations made of ash, dust, sand, and dirt. The series includes the floor installation of Catherine Bertola of the U.K., who works with dust, among several others. In some instances, visitor will actually get to sweep away the installations by walking through and touching them, participating in the ephemeral nature of these artists’ output. Swept Away: Dust, Ashes, and Dirt in Contemporary Art and Design is made possible by the Inner Circle, a leadership Museum support group, and with public funds from the Netherlands Cultural Services.


Odd Nerdrum was born in Sweden in 1944. He studied at The Art Academy in Oslo, Norway and later studied with the conceptual artist Joseph Beuys in Düsseldorf, Germany. Nerdrum developed a style of painting that is unique by any standard. His work is in the permanent collections of several international museums and many American museums including the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC; The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY; The New Orleans Museum, New Orleans, LA; The Portland Art Museum, Portland, OR; The San Diego Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, CA; Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN; The de Young Museum, San Francisco, CA, and The Frye Art Museum, Seattle, WA.


Opening reception: Saturday, March 10, 6-8 PM C24 Gallery is pleased to present Kaleidoscope, a group exhibition curated by C24 Gallery Executive Director, Kristen Lynn Johnston. The gallery’s fourth exhibition includes the work of four international artists: Shannon Finley (CA), Grazia Toderi (IT), Canan Tolon (TR), and Rob Voerman (NL). The exhibition will be on view through April 21, 2012. There will be an opening reception on March 10, 2012 from 6:00-8:00 pm.

Exquisite Corpses: Drawing and Disfiguration

In a collaborative, chance-based drawing game known as the exquisite corpse, Surrealist artists subjected the human body to distortions and juxtapositions that resulted in fantastic composite figures. This exhibition learn more here how this and related practices—in which the body is dismembered or reassembled, swollen or multiplied, propped with prosthetics or fused with nature and the machine—have recurred in art throughout the 20th century and to the present day. Artists from André Masson and Joan Miró to Louise Bourgeois and Robert Gober to Mark Manders and Nicola Tyson have distorted and disoriented our most familiar of referents, playing out personal, cultural, or social anxieties and desires on unwitting anatomies. If art history reveals an unending impulse to render the human figure as a symbol of potential perfection and a system of primary organization, these works show that artists have just as persistently been driven to disfigure the body.

Keith Haring: 1978–1982

Current Upcoming Past Touring Exhibition Archive Keith Haring Keith Haring (American, 1958–1990). Untitled, 1980. Sumi ink on Bristol board, 20 x 26 in. (50.8 x 66.0 cm). Collection Keith Haring Foundation. © Keith Haring Foundation March 16–July 8, 2012 Morris A. and Meyer Schapiro Wing, 5th Floor Keith Haring: 1978–1982 is the first large-scale exhibition to https://CentroCoven.com/education/hotfile-er-without-waiting-time.php the early career of one of the best-known American artists of the twentieth century. Tracing the development of Haring’s extraordinary visual vocabulary, the exhibition includes 155 works on paper, numerous experimental videos, and over 150 archival objects, including rarely seen sketchbooks, journals, exhibition flyers, posters, subway drawings, and documentary photographs.

Francesca Woodman

Francesca Woodman will be the first major American exhibition of this artist’s work in more than two decades, and the first comprehensive survey of her brief but extraordinary career to be seen in the United States. The retrospective will include more than 100 vintage photographs, many of which have never been exhibited, and includes several of the large-scale blueprints she created at the end of career, as well as the intimate black-and-white photographs for which she is best known. Now nearly thirty years since her death, the moment is ripe for a historical reconsideration of her work and its reception. Born in 1958, Woodman’s oeuvre represents a remarkably rich and singular exploration of the human body in space, and of the genre of self-portraiture in particular.

Irina Korina: “Demonstrative Behavior”

Scaramouche is pleased to present the first U.S. exhibition of Moscow-based artist Irina Korina. Known for her oversized, elaborate installations, the artist debuts a group of compelling works conceived for the gallery space and assembled under the title “Demonstrative Behavior”. Originally trained in theater design, Korina’s work takes the forms of columns, anthropomorphic sculptures, and architectural constructions. These complex configurations, with their myriad parts and appendages, bring to mind the opulent and playful stage sets of Diaghilev’s Ballets Russes. Her work however, does not reflect the splendor of Imperial Russia. Rather, the artist seeks to illuminate the last three decades during which the Soviet Union has undergone a painful transition from socialism to its own peculiar brand of capitalism. With wholesale furniture markets serving as her source of inspiration, Korina utilizes makeshift materials such as veneer, plywood, fabric and plasticine. Self-adhesive faux m


An exhibition of collaborative projects created by MFA Visual Arts and Writing Students at Columbia University School of the Arts “The Art of the Book” was a class offered by the School of the Arts Writing Program, conceived by Binnie Kirshenbaum, Chair of the Writing Program, and Matvei Yankelevich, the course instructor, and developed in collaboration with Gregory Amenoff, Chair of the Visual Arts Program and Tomas Vu Daniel, Director of the LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies. This exhibition was created by Nancy E. Friedland, Librarian for Butler Media, Film Studies & Performing Arts; Irini Miga, Visual Arts MFA student; Emma Balazs, Director of Visual Arts; and William Wadsworth, Director of the Writing Program.

Sleep no More

Sleep No More is travel indoor promenade performance lasting up to three hours. There are five arrival times: MONDAYS — SATURDAYS 7:00PM 7:15PM 7:30PM

Presenting music from their upcoming CD featuring songs using poems by Manoel de Barros. Their music, deeply rooted in the tradition of. Maron's unique approach, propulsive basslines and big sound travel with him Ebinho Cardoso/Catarina Dos Santos for Ebinho and his quartet to tour across Mato Gross, Brazil and to record the CD "Cerrado", which was released in 2010.

Presenting music from their upcoming CD featuring songs using poems by Manoel de Barros. Their music, deeply rooted in the tradition of. Maron's unique approach, propulsive basslines and big sound travel with him Ebinho Cardoso/Catarina Dos Santos for Ebinho and his quartet to tour across Mato Gross, Brazil and to record the CD "Cerrado", which was released in 2010.

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