Friday, January 9, 2015

Sunday, January 11th, 2015 . . NYC

Third Person Jibade-Khalil Huffman & Anthony Pearson | Events Calendar
Third Person
Jibade-Khalil Huffman & Anthony Pearson

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East Village / Lower East Side
20 Clinton Street
New York, NY 10002

B. Ingrid Olson double-ended arrow | Events Calendar
B. Ingrid Olson
double-ended arrow
Simone Subal Gallery

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Simone Subal Gallery

East Village / Lower East Side

131 Bowery

2nd floor

New York, 
NY 10002

"Shoplifter" at 
Capricious 88
Chinatown/LES: 88 Eldridge street, 5 floor, 

Wendy White "REDIDAS" at 
Rawson Projects
Chinatown/LES: 221 Madison street, 

Allyson Vieira, Elizabeth McAlpine, Karthik Pandian, Kate Newby, Will Rogan "Eraser" at 
Laurel Gitlen
Chinatown/LES: 122 Norfolk Street, 

Tal Eshed "Fragile" curated by Mitra Khorasheh at 
Klemens Gasser & Tanja Grunert
Chinatown/LES: 33 Orchard street, 

Mamie Holst & Paul Pagk painting on paper | Events Calendar
Mamie Holst & Paul Pagk
painting on paper
33 Orchard

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33 Orchard

East Village / Lower East Side

33B Orchard Street

New York, 
NY 10002

Ann Toebbe "Remarried" at 
Monya Rowe Gallery
Chinatown/LES: 34 Orchard street, 

"Mirosław Bałka, Sophie Bueno-Boutellier, Liam Everett, Lionel Maunz" at 
On Stellar Rays
Chinatown/LES: 1 Rivington street, 

Elise P. Church "More, I need More...." 
Gallery Molly Krom
Chinatown/LES: 53 Stanton street, 

Lucy Kim A Parrot In a Bell | Events Calendar
Lucy Kim
A Parrot In a Bell
Lisa Cooley

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Lisa Cooley
East Village / Lower East Side
107 Norfolk Street
New York, New York 10002

Lucy Kim Virtuosic 2014 Oil paint, urethane resin, epoxy, polyurethane foam on wood panel 48 x 36 inches

Frank Magnotta "Co-Patriot" at 
junior projects
4 Street: 139 Norfolk street, 
Christine Rebet, David Adamo, Farah Atassi, Lionel Maunz, Wojciech Bąkowski "It Rained Again" at 
4 Street: 178 Norfolk street, 
Jamie Isenstein, Leonhard Hurzlmeier, Lucas Blalock, Paul McCarthy, Zachary Leener "Proper Nouns" curated by Wyatt Kahn at 
Rachel Uffner Gallery
4 Street: 170 Suffolk street, 

Bill Walton  | Events Calendar
Bill WaltonJTT

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East Village / Lower East Side
170a Suffolk St.
New York, NY 10002

US Premiere of Alexandra Bachzetsis
From A to B via C
Alexandra Bachzetsis
Swiss Institute / CONTEMPORARY ART
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US Premiere of Alexandra Bachzetsis From A to B via C | Events Calendar
Swiss Institute / CONTEMPORARY ART
18 Wooster Street
New York, NY 10013

Additional Performances: 

Monday January 12, 2015 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM 

Tuesday January 13, 2015 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM 

Wednesday January 14, 2015 7:00 PM 


Performance: January 11 at 5pm and January 14 at 7pm 

Media Installation: January 12 & 13 from 12-6pm 

FREE with reservation at or 212-352-3101 

Wendy White Redidas® | Events Calendar
Wendy White
Rawson Projects

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Rawson Projects
East Village / Lower East Side
221 Madison Street
New York, NY 10002

ALL PORES OPEN  | Events Calendar
Dit-Cilinn and David Ohlsson, Shirley Gorelick, Ted Partin
Regina Rex

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Regina Rex
East Village / Lower East Side
221 Madison Street
New York, NY 10002

Shirley Gorelick, Two Sisters, 1976, acrylic on canvas, 80 x 69 5/8 inches © The Shirley Gorelick Foundation

Believe You Me  | Events Calendar
Believe You Me
Frank Benson, Dora Budor, Henry Gunderson, Ryan Trecartin, Jamian Juliano-Villlani

247365 NY

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247365 NY
East Village / Lower East Side
131 Eldridge Street
New York, Ny 10002

Henry Gunderson

Susan Bee Photograms and Altered Photos from the 1970s | Events Calendar
Susan Bee

Photograms and Altered Photos from the 1970s


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60 N 6th Street

NY 11211

Janice with Camera

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Janice with Camera  | Events Calendar
110 Meserole Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11222

Image credit: Janice Guy, Untitled, n.d. (ca. 1979) Vintage silver gelatin print (unique), hand tinted, 51 3/4 x 39 1/2 in.

Jeff Feld LUCKY DOLLAR | Events Calendar
Jeff Feld

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Crown Heights

112 Rogers Avenue

NY 11216

Reading: Siri Hustvedt’s The Blazing World  | Events Calendar
Reading: Siri Hustvedt’s The Blazing WorldBrooklyn Museum
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Brooklyn Museum
Rest Of Brooklyn
200 Eastern Parkway
Brooklyn, NY 11238

Siri Hustvedt. Photo © Marion Ettlinger

Brooklyn author Siri Hustvedt reads from her 2014 novel, The Blazing World, which explores perception, prejudice, identity, and gender bias in the art world through the struggles of her female protagonist, artist Harriet Burden. A conversation with the author and a book-signing follow. 

Hustvedt is the author of five novels, The Sorrows of an American, What I Loved, The Enchantment of Lily Dahl, The Blindfold, and The Summer Without Men, as well as a growing body of nonfiction. In 2012, she was the recipient of the Gabarron International Award for Thought and Humanities, and in 2014, she was long-listed for the Man Booker Prize. She lives in Brooklyn. 

Free with Museum admission.

Reviewing Renewal
Presented by 596 Acres

Queens Museum
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Queens Museum
Rest Of Queens
New York City Building
Flushing Meadows Corona Park
Queens, NY 11368



Reviewing Renewal Presented by 596 Acres | Events Calendar

596 Acres will present 155+ urban renewal plans that the City has ever adopted in an intervention directly on the Panorama of the City of New York, realizing the online Urban Reviewer map on a 1:1200 scale of the 9,335 square foot Panorama. 
New York City began to adopt “urban renewal plans” in 1949 to get federal funding to acquire land, relocate the people living there, demolish the structures and make way for new public and private development. The legacy of these neighborhood master plans remains active across the city, from sites like Lincoln Center to the many vacant lots cleared in East New York and Bushwick for projects that were never completed. Even after federal funding for the program was cut in 1974, New York City continued to adopt renewal plans for neighborhoods – 82 plan areas, where the city has eminent domain power to take private property for the public purpose of eliminating blight and economic “under-performance,” came into being between 1975 and the present. 
Urban renewal transforms the city, and changes the lives of many New Yorkers, for better or worse. Over 60 plan for areas of the city remain active today. Some communities are taking advantage of active plan areas to make community aspirations into official plans. 
What can we learn from the continuing story of urban renewal in NYC? 

Curator: Paula Z. Segal, Esq., 596 Acres, Inc. 

Exhibition Design: Mary Bereschka, Greg Mihalko, Stephen von Muehlen 

Design: Partner & Partners 

Event Production: Amy Fitzgerald, Oksana Mironova 

Exhibition made possible thanks to the support of Mapzen and the Queens Museum 
All events are free. Some RSVPs required. 

Sunday, January 11, 2015 

12:30pm – 2pm, meet in the Queens Museum lobby 
Reviewing Renewal: A Willet’s Point Walk 
with Dr. Jack Eichenbaum, Queens Borough Historian 

A walking tour of the Willets Point Urban Renewal area will start from, and return to, the Queens Museum. East of Citifield (the New York Mets baseball stadium) is a sewerless hardscrabble area of auto junkyards and related businesses that has twice beaten back attempts at redevelopment. But as it is located between the new stadium and a booming Chinatown in Flushing, public and private interests are again trying to transform “Willets Point.” We’ll confront ecological issues and learn why “Willets Point” is a misnomer. 

RSVP required: 

Dr. Jack Eichenbaum holds the title of Queens Borough Historian, and a Ph.D. in urban geography (University of Michigan, 1972), where his dissertation was titled Magic, Mobility and Minorities in the Urban Drama. On the empirical level, it involved a study of the urban renewal of a multi-ethnic neighborhood in Detroit. He is a lifelong observer of NYC and other large cities around the world. Eichenbaum’s expertise lies particularly in quantitative methods, historical urban geography, migration, ethnicity, and technological change. More information can be found at: 

2pm – 3:30pm, 2nd floor theater 
Reviewing Renewal Film Presentation 
The Pruitt-Igoe Myth, 2011, Chad Freidrichs, 83 min 

The Pruitt-Igoe Myth explores the social, economic and legislative issues that led to the decline of conventional public housing in America, and the city centers in which they resided, while tracing the personal and poignant narratives of several of the residents of the notorious Pruitt-Igoe public housing complex in St. Louis. More info here: 
3:30pm – 4pm, panorama 
Reviewing Renewal: “Who Makes A Neighborhood?” 
A reading by author DW Gibson and a film: Adam Purple and the Garden of Eden, 2011, Harvey Wang & Amy Brost, 6 min. 

DW Gibson is the author of Not Working: People Talk About Losing a Job and Finding Their Way in Today’s Changing Economy. His work has appeared in such publications as The New York Times, The Washington Post,The Daily Beast, The Village Voice, and The Caravan. He has been a contributor to NPR’s All Things Considered and is the director of the documentary, Not Working. His next book, The Edge Becomes the Center: An Oral History of 21st Century Gentrification, will be published in April 2015. For more information: 

Adam Purple and the Garden of Eden, 2011, Harvey Wang & Amy Brost, 6 min 
In 1975, on the crime-ridden Lower East Side, Adam Purple started a garden behind his tenement home. By 1986, The Garden of Eden was world famous and had grown to 15,000 square feet. For Adam – a social activist, philosopher, artist, and revolutionary – the Garden was the medium of his political and artistic expression. It was razed by the city in 1986 after a protracted court battle. This film documents the creation of this artwork and its ultimate destruction. Winner of the “Neighborhood Award” at the Lower East Side Film Festival. 

4pm – 6pm, panorama & 2nd floor theater 
Reviewing Renewal Opening Reception 

With public presentations in the panorama by the 596 Acres Urban Reviewer Team & Mapzen.

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