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Sunday, June 30, 2013

Sunday



140 7th AveNew York, New York 10011-1843




Sunday


Mr Patrick Duffy + Brandon Voss +
The McKittrick Hotel
with
OUTTHEREMAGAZINE.COM
invite you to a
SPECIAL "PRIDE" EDITION!
Candis Cayne Performs at 5pm with DJ Jeannie Hopper Spinning her Magic!

HOSTED by AMANDA LEPORE, DARIAN DARLING,
MARCO OVANDO, PAUL FRANCIS & JOSEPH ROSZAK
4pm - 11pm

Please Join us for a chicly unique PRIDE EDITION of THE SUNDAY MONOCLE!

To Reserve your Spot, make sure to RSVP @ 
MCKITTRICKHOTEL.COM/MONOCLE

Listen to the innagural party set by STEVE TRAVOLTA HERE!
SUNDAY JUNE 30th
!LATE NIGHT!
10pm-3am

EtE D'AMOUR + MR PATRICK DUFFY
PRESENT
Nouveau York: PRIDE

featuring
Quentin Harris

hosted by
IN*TANDEM Magazine
Join us for a gorgeous late night celebration (AFTER THE SUNDAY MONOCLE) on top of The Standard Hotel @ Le Bain!! Featuring the most spectacular views in the city! 

just got off the float .. first ever RUSSKi float :)


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Friday, June 28, 2013

Friday


***FREE WITH RSVP ONLINE: 

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Friday



  • Artists Aiden Simon, Amber Hawk Swanson, Oli Rodriguez and Sean Fader

    To read the full press release and view images, go tohttp://dennygallery.com/exhibitions/the-participants/.

    David Getsy will give a gallery talk about "The Participants" at Denny Gallery on Friday at 6:30 p.m. (talk will begin promptly at 7 p.m.).

    Excerpt from the Press Release:

    "Not content to accept the lives and limits given to them, these artists embed themselves in communities and social practices in order to re-create their pasts and their futures. They engage with these communities not as knowing observers or objective commentators but as earnest contributors. Their work takes the form of social media, photography, performance events, sculpture, and durational concepts, and it revolves around their dedication to opening their lives to new solidarities and populations. From the retracing of parental sex partners to re-imagined youthful memories to looking for love and authenticity online and in real time, these artists undertake practices that alter their lives and their social worlds. Rather than offering ironic critique or self-satisfied oppositionalism, the Participants risk making their lives porous with their art in order to remap their loves and their days. They search for ways to remake their own histories, to re-imagine their futures, and to establish sympathies in unexpected or disavowed locations.

    "Life and art, public and private, maker and subject — all become impossible distinctions. This work pollutes the making of art with the living out of fantasy, and it does not apologize for its ethical ambiguities, bittersweet pleasures, and leaps of faith. Sex (or its promise) is a major area of concern in these works, as each artist’s practice revolves around the needs and sympathies found in other bodies and different persons. The record of these lifeworks — some years in the making and living — are social media archives, photographs, sculptures, and urban legends. This exhibition brings together a range of objects produced in the course of these lifeworks — objects that mark the progress of social engagements and lives lived.

    "The artists in The Participants live out their desires as their art in order to gamble with who they are. They offer images of possibilities for remaking the past and inhabiting the future. They neither mock nor critique. Instead, they embrace, they risk, and they engage."
261 Broome StreetNew York, New York 10002




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    • 5:20pm until 6:30pm
  • Clear 83°F
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  • AUTOMATIC

    @ The White Rabbit

    FREE PRE-PRIDE PARTY

    Friday 28th June
    9pm – 2am


    “AUTOMATIC" brings a much needed speakeasy style hedonistic boutique clubbing experience to Stoke Newington’s newest hidden gem: The White Rabbit. A haven for all those who don’t quite fit in and wouldn’t want to anyway.


    Basement Speakeasy: A dark sweaty basement with an illicit speakeasy vibe perfect for hiding away or getting lost to the beat. Ain’t no prohibition in that back bar ‘tho and the staff sure are cute....Expect the unexpected…A tight music policy of Electro, Techno & EBM.

    DJ's

    Brindle (Infidel, MEGAMEGAMEGA)

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    Screening: Blade Runner, TRON & The Hunger


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    The Factory Floor: Upstairs is inspired by the sensual seductive sounds of Studio 54 and the hedonism of the cult film Shortbus…Customers are invited to dance their recession blues away as the dance floor pulses with the sound of euphoric Disco, New Wave and Post-Punk...A relaxing feel-good place to unwind, socialise and dance!

    DJ's

    Louis P (Circus / Infidel / Calling All Tribes)

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Friday=>Sunday


Friday (there's basically an LES art opening crawl .. c the art b4 every1 else .. usually free drinx .. whichever is more of iNterest 2 U ..)

Cameron Rowland, Charlotte Posenenske, Dorothea Rockburne, Gabriel Kuri, Jean-Luc Moulene, Olof Inger, Rey Akdogan "Conspicuous Unusable" curated by Leah Pires & Johanna Bergmark at Miguel Abreu Gallery
Downtown: 36 Orchard street, at hester street, 6-8pm




Alice Channer, Anne Collier, Anthea Hamilton and Julie Verhoeven, Antoine Catala, Carter, Ed Atkins, Eva Kotatkova, Helen Chadwick, Jochen Lempert, Matthew Brannon "Antibody" at Lisa Cooley
Chinatown/LES: 107 Norfolk Street, between Delancey and Rivington, 6-8pm





Ana Cardoso, Christopher Robinson, Dustin Hodges, Marina Pinsky, Vanessa Safavi "The Droste Affect" curated by Paul Branca at Scaramouche
Chinatown/LES: 52 Orchard street, 6-8pm






Beth Krebs, Carol Salmanson, Conrad Bakker, Kari Soinio, Katherine Daniels, Kristine Marx, Marcy Brafman, Matthew Oates, Megan Cump, Miles Ladin, Pierre St-Jacques, Rob Carter, Ron Barron, Vandana Jain, William Crump, Yeni Mao "Summer Break" curated by Leah Oates at Station Independent Projects
Chinatown/LES: 164 Suffolk Street, 6-9pm







Performance: Albert Bernard, Angelica Loderer, Bernhard Gamicnig, Kay Walkowiak, Markus Proschek, Peter Fritzenwallner, Ronald Kodritsch "SHOW ROOM hosts Lust Gallery Vienna's The Abortion of Tragedy" curated by Max Lust at SHOW ROOM
Chinatown/LES: 170 Suffolk street, 6-9pm

Friday

KANSAS
Fire/Urn/Ash
Mira Dancy | Fire/Urn/Ash,  2013 | Acrylic and ink on canvas | 76 x 58 in/ 193 x 147.3 cm

 
Opens Tonight @ KANSAS 
6-8pm
 
 
 
K A N S A S 
59 Franklin Street
New York, NY 10013

2MORO . .


  • Thunderstorm 86°F / 72°F
  • Casa de Costa's summer group show, Boy! Oh, Boy! is a collection of male photographic portraits by twelve of the best known and respected artists working in this specialized genre. Our incredible roster of contributors includes:

    Kevin Amato
    David Armstrong
    Doug Ischar
    Paul Jasmin
    Christopher Makos
    Josh McNey
    Slava Mogutin
    Jack Pierson
    Walter Pfeiffer
    Richard Renaldi
    Paul Solberg
    Arthur Tress

    We are kicking off the show the best way we know how: with a summer rooftop BBQ at the Casa on Saturday, June 29th. This is a private event, and we're expecting a big crowd, so please RSVP to info@casadecosta.com to be added to the list. You won't want to miss any of the fun. 

    See you soon at Casa de Costa!
11 Stone Street, 6th FloorNew York, New York 10004




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Friday



    • 8:00pm until 11:30pm
  • 155 Wooster st SoHo NYC
  • Welcome to our WHITE CREAM party!

    Les Couleurs invites you to another exclusive private event, WHITE CREAM.

    Taking place at a private roofop downtown, the event will involve cash-only bar, music and entertainment and our charitable efforts for Cambodia.

    DRESS CODE: ELEGANT WHITE and/or CREAM colors only

    Please register, we will have a list at the door, RSVP is needed.

    We are excited to see you soon!!!

    Aura & Raminta

    -Les Couleurs

Friday



    • 6:00pm until 8:00pm
  • Clear 86°F
  • Luhring Augustine is pleased to announce an exhibition of paintings by William Daniels. In his second solo exhibition with the gallery, Daniels will present new oil on board paintings, each of which investigates the composition of an arch.

    Daniels begins his artistic process by constructing aluminum foil maquettes of the figurative or abstract form that he plans to explore. The artist photographs reflections of light and color on the model, and then uses the resulting picture to inform his paintings, metic...See More
531 West 24th StreetNew York, New York 10011