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Friday, January 16, 2015

More Friday, January 16th, 2015 . . NYC










Duane Zaloudek "EARLY WORKS" 
at 
MONITOR
Chinatown/LES: 195 Chrystie street, suite 502B, 









Group Show "4 YEARS AND COUNTING" 
at 
NOoSPHERE
Chinatown/LES: 251 East Houston Street, 









Eric Mistretta "Scenes From An Italian Restaurant" 
at 
Scaramouche
Chinatown/LES: 52 Orchard street, 









William Crump "Frame & Canvas" 
at 
Station Independent Projects
4 Street: 138 Eldridge street, Suite 2F, 











Shirley Irons and Lizzie Scott "Ordinary Things" 
at 
Heskin Contemporary
37 street: 443 W 37 street, 









Photography: 
Alexia Webster, 
Annie Ling, 
Giulia Bianchi, 
Ilana Panich-Linsman, 
Julie Nyman, 
Lais Pontes, 
Lara Tabet, 
Nancy Borowick, 
Nona Faustine, 
Tiana Markova-Gold "Take Ten (ICP Alumni Exhibition)" 
curated by 
Alison Morley, 
Nancy Borowick 
at 
International Center of Photography (ICP) (School)
43 street: 1114 Avenue of the Americas, 
MUSICA DE CAMARA: The Virtuoso Pianist  | Events Calendar




















Come Closer to Me
Patrick Jacobs
Curated by Joe Amrhein
Pierogi







Opening on 
Come Closer to Me  | Events Calendar
On View 

Pierogi
Williamsburg


177 North 9th Street


Brooklyn, 


NY 11211

Interior with View of the Gowanus Heights (Section detail, work in progress), 2013-15


















Photography: "An Art Show Featuring the Elegant and Naughty Photographic Work of The Dirty Gentleman" 
at 
Shag
Brooklyn, Williamsburg: 108 Roebling street









Christy Karacas, 
Ian Ferguson, 
Jean Paul Mallozzi, 
Joohee Park, 
Kelly Denato, 
Kristen Liu Wong, 
Ryan Heshka "Bunnycutlet Presents 7 Artists" 
curated by Liz Artinian 
at 
The Cotton Candy Machine
Brooklyn, Williamsburg: 235 South 1st street, 
Spectacle









"Paperazzi IV" 
at 
Janet Kurnatowski Gallery
Brooklyn, Greenpoint: 205 Norman avenue, 










Rachel Rossin "N=7 / The Wake of Heat in Collapse" 
at 
SIGNAL
Brooklyn, Bushwick: 260 Johnson Avenue, 









Philip Taaffe 
at 
Luhring Augustine Gallery
Brooklyn, Bushwick: 25 Knickerbocker Avenue, 
 



















Joe Amrhein, Rico Gatson, Rita Valley, William Powhida "pay to play"
at 
ODETTA
Brooklyn: 229 Cook street, 









James Sheehan, at the lek  | Events Calendar
James Sheehan, at the lekSongs For Presidents




Opening on 
On View 

Songs For Presidents
Bushwick / Ridgewood

1673 Gates Avenue

basement


Ridgewood, NY 11385



James Sheehan, Bocca della Verità. 1 ½” dia. 2006
























Ian J. Carr "Ian J. Carr Select Drawings" curated by Douglas Turner 
at 
AOT Project Salon
Brooklyn: 159 Hope street, 








Viewing Room  | Events Calendar




Viewing Room
Cooper Holoweski, Clive Murphy

Curated by Mike Schreiber


GCA


Opening on 
On View 

GCA
Bushwick / Ridgewood


119 Ingraham Street


#315


Brooklyn, 
NY 11237










Out With the Old. In With the Few. 14 Artists to Follow in 2015 Pre-closing Reception | Events Calendar
Out With the Old. In With the Few. 14 Artists to Follow in 2015
Pre-closing Reception

Group Show
Curated by Paul Calendrillo


Gallery RIVAA





Opening on 
On View 

Gallery RIVAA

Rest Of Manhattan

527 MAIN STREET

Roosevelt Island

NEW YORK, 
NY 10044



Draped by Courtney Murphy








I Touched All Your Stuff (A Vida Privada dos Hipopótamos) With directors Maíra Bühler and Matias Mariani in person | Events Calendar
I Touched All Your Stuff (A Vida Privada dos Hipopótamos)
With directors Maíra Bühler and Matias Mariani in person
Museum of the Moving Image

Screening on 

Museum of the Moving Image
Rest Of Queens

36-01 35 Avenue

Astoria, 
NY 11106


I Touched All Your Stuff


















Dirs. Maíra Bühler, Matias Mariani. Brazil, 2014, 89 mins. DCP. 

New York premiere. 


Chris Kirk, 
an affable and seemingly gullible American man in a Brazilian jail for drug trafficking, 
recounts his jaw-dropping saga—a romance with an alluring and elusive Japanese-Colombian woman that went remarkably wrong. 
This riveting tale of obsession and deception, 
filled with images, 
emails, 
and video from Kirk’s computer is an offbeat, 
provocative documentary for the Internet age.



 Preceded by Einschnitte (Dir. Lina Rodriguez. Canada, 2013, 4 mins.) 
A Super-8 study of Viennese statues, revealing how history haunts modern Austria. 



Tickets: $12 
(free for members at Film Lover level and above). 


Order tickets online. 
Members may reserve tickets by email to reservations@movingimage.us. 

A $40 First Look Festival pass includes all screenings.

-  Museum of the Moving Image







1040 LOUNGE: JAMEL SHABAZZ STREET PHOTOGRAPHER  | Events Calendar1040 LOUNGE: JAMEL SHABAZZ STREET PHOTOGRAPHERThe Bronx Museum of the Arts


Screening on 


The Bronx Museum of the Arts
Bronx


1040 Grand Concourse


Bronx, NY 10456





















Join us for a film screening of Jamel Shabazz Street Photographer, followed by a Q&A with director Charlie Ahearn. 
In the infancy of hip-hop, Brooklyn-born photographer Jamel Shabazz documented the pioneers of music and style who would launch an enduring worldwide phenomenon. 
Charlie Ahearn, the director of the seminal graffiti movie Wild Style, pays tribute to both Shabazz and those who defined hip-hop before it had definition.
 Presented by the Bronx Museum Community Advisory Council. 





Free admission


and bar 
(donations suggested) 






Location: 2nd floor North Wing 




During the event, be sure to shop exclusive t-shirts, 
sweatshirts 
and accessories 
from 
Firelina, 
a local clothing line. 



Directed by Charlie Ahearn | 2013 





“Anybody who doesn’t appreciate the spirit captured in Jamel Shabazz’s photographs doesn’t get New York.” 


—The New York Times 






-  The Bronx Museum of the Arts