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Wednesday, January 14, 2015

More Wednesday, January 14th, 2015 . . NYC










Annea Lockwood, Chris H. Lynn, Chris Watson, David Rothenberg, Ed Osborne, Robert Macfarlane, Una Lee "FOOT NOTES: On the Sensations of Tone" curated by Alastair Noble at 
apexart
Downtown: 291 Church street, b/w Walker & White, 6-8pm








Kristina Lee "14 Paintings" at 
Garis & Hahn
Chinatown/LES: 263 Bowery, 








Diane Carr, Eve Bailey, Karen Margolis, Lachlan Thom, Michael Maxwell, Samuel Stabler "Apparent Order" at 
Garis & Hahn
Chinatown/LES: 263 Bowery, 








"Annual Winter Drawing Show" at 
William Holman Gallery
Chinatown/LES: 65 Ludlow St, 
 









Anna Campbell "Etiquette Kit" 
at 
BOSI Contemporary
Chinatown/LES: 48 Orchard, 








Andrew Borowiec "Provence" at 
Sasha Wolf Gallery
Chinatown/LES: 70 orchard st, 






Rachid Kallamni: 'Mazism'  | Events Calendar

OPENING RECEPTION - JAN. 14, 7-10PM 

86 DELANCEY STREET, NEW YORK, NY 


CLOSING PARTY - JAN. 24 7-10PM











L'Atlas, Mehdi-Georges Lahlou, Miljan Suknovic, SAMBRE "Take Two" at 
Catherine Ahnell Gallery
Soho: 66 Grand street, 
 









Jackie Case "Souvenirs from the Mundane" 
at 
Rebecca Hossack Gallery (RHG NYC)
Soho: 262 Mott street, 6-8pm
 








Alison Hall, David Schutter, Davide Balula, Kristen Van Deventer, Ulrike Muller, William Latta "Quiet Tremors" at 
Kate Werble Gallery
Soho: 83 Vandam street, 

















Still Alice with Julianne Moore in person Introduced by Julianne Moore | Events Calendar
Still Alice with Julianne Moore in person
Introduced by Julianne Moore
Museum of the Moving Image

Screening on 

Museum of the Moving Image

Rest Of Queens

36-01 35 Avenue

Astoria, 
NY 11106



Photo courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics












Dirs. Richard Glatzer, Wash Westmoreland, 2014, 99 mins. DCP Courtesy Sony Pictures Classics. With Julianne Moore, Kristen Stewart, Kate Bosworth, Alec Baldwin. Julianne Moore gives one of the most remarkable performances of her career in Still Alice. She plays a happily married woman who starts to forget words, and receives the startling diagnosis of Early-Onset Alzheimer's Disease. 



This event is sold out. 



Tickets may become available on a first-come, 
first-served basis through a standby line. 



Visit the Museum's admission desk after 6:30 p.m. to secure a position in the standby line. 



Tickets: 
$25 
($15 members at the Film Lover and Dual levels / free for Silver Screen members and above).