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Friday, March 27, 2015

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And Tomorrow A collaboration: Ian Bertram and Mor | Events CalendarAnd Tomorrow   A collaboration: Ian Bertram and Mor
Ian Bertram, Mor, Mor




Opening from

 
On view 

 City Bird Gallery

East Village / Lower East Side | 



191 Henry Street, 

New York

























Mel Bernstine  | Events Calendar


Mel Bernstine



Opening from 
On view 
McKenzie Fine ArtEast Village / Lower East Side | 


55 Orchard Street, 



New York








The Creative Cycle x BHQFU: Out of Line  | Events CalendarOpening from 

BHQFU
Alphabet City | 


34 Avenue A 

3rd Floor, 


New York












485 Lorimer Street Pop-Up Show  | Events Calendar
Traction Antoine Lefebvre, Amalia Piccinini and Magdalen Wong | Events Calendar
TractionAntoine Lefebvre, Amalia Piccinini and Magdalen Wong
Opening from 
On view 
Fresh Window
Bushwick / Ridgewood | 

58 Bogart Street Lower level, 

Brooklyn














Woman UP Woman Up | Events Calendar





Woman UPWoman Up

JO TUCk among others



Opening from 
Conception Gallery

Long Island City | 47th Ave, 

Flachi Building, 

Long Island City, 
New York



First Floor











FIRST FRIDAYS! IN COLLABORATION WITH HAVANA FILM FESTIVAL  | Events Calendar




HAVANA FILM FESTIVAL

The Bronx Museum of the Arts
Bronx | 

1040 Grand Concourse, Bronx


Kicking off the 16th Annual Havana Film Festival New York, 
The Bronx Museum will host a screening of Rumba Clave Blen Blen Blen, 
followed by a special performance by Dayramir Gonzalez & Habana enTrance. 
Music by DJ ASHO. 


By paying homage to the grand masters of the genre, such as Chano Pozo and his collaborations with Dizzy Gillespie, 
Rumba Clave Blen Blen Blen takes us on a historical journey that traces the history of rumba in New York through the words and music of scholars, 
producers, 
artists 
and renowned musicians who continue to practice it today. 

Directed by Aristides Falcon Paradi. 



Produced in collaboration with Asho Productions and the Havana Film Festival New York. 



Free admission and bar (donations suggested) 


Location: 2nd Floor North Wing 

- The Bronx Museum