Gillie & Marc bring Paparazzi Dogman + Paparazzi Rabbitgirl to Midtown

 

 

Paparazzi Dogman & Paparazzi Rabbitgirl

We heard that Gilli & Marc’s Paparazzi Dogman and Paparazzi Rabbitgirl were on Sixth Avenue, but found them around the corner in a small pocket-park next to the McGraw-Hill building.

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Starbucks Reserve Roastery Arrives in the Meatpacking District

 

 

The new

In a City where ‘bigger & better’ is the norm, the new Starbucks Reserve Roastery, next to Chelsea Market, fits right in with its three-level, 23,000 square-feet of very inviting, beautifully designed space.

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Riusuke Fukahori ~ Goldfish Blossoms opens at Joshua Liner Gallery

 

 

Riusuke Fukahori, Hanaoke (detail), 2018
Antique wood sushi oke, epoxy resin, acrylic paint. Image courtesy of the Gallery

Joshua Liner Gallery will open its doors to a solo exhibition featuring 36 works by Riusuke Fukahori entitled Goldfish Blossoms.

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El Barrio’s People’s Church Off the Landmark Calendar for Now

 

 

 

1st Spanish United Methodist Church in El Barrio

On the NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission agenda this week was a discussion on the 1st Spanish United Methodist Church becoming an Individual Landmark. Also known as The People’s Church, the discussion is not for its architectural merit, but for its historic cultural significance, located in the heart of El Barrio, associated with the Young Lords occupation in 1969 and 1970. On Tuesday, December 12, 2018, it was determined that the history of the Young Lords still divides the community, and both the Church and the local Council Member would like more time to allow for more community dialogue.

The 1st Spanish United Methodist Church will be removed from the calendar, per time limits established by Section 25-303(1) of the Landmarks Law, and can be considered for designation at a future date.

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Harlem Stage ~ Spring 2019

 

 

Spill the Tea-Celebrating Pride (June 15) Image via Harlem Stage

Harlem Stage announced its Spring 2019 Calendar and tickets are on sale!

From January through June, feast on a smorgasbord of events to add to your list during the New Year.

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The 7th Annual Black Comic Book Festival at The Schomburg Center set for January, 2019

 

 

2017 Black Comic Book Festival. All images courtesy of The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture (NYPL)

The dates for the popular Black Comic Book Festival have been announced and Registration is open now!

The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture announced the  7th Annual Black Comic Book Festival dates to be held on January 18-19, 2019.

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‘The World is Our Oyster’ is unveiled at Soundview’s PS 69 in the Bronx

 

 

Image via NYC DOT

The World is Our Oyster by artist Carla Torres ~ one of DOTArt’s largest asphalt art murals, was unveiled December 2, 2018 on Thieriot Avenue in the Bronx.

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62 Art Installations, Exhibits and Events Not to Miss in December 2018

 

 

Rolf’s German Restaurant

Oh baby it’s cold outside ~ but there are a lot of installations, exhibits and events to warm your heart, with the first part of our list devoted to some suggestions for the Holiday Season. Here are 62 installations, exhibits and events for the month of December, 2018 to add to your list, including current installations, some of which will be on view through October, 2019.

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Thumb Box Exhibition & Sale at The Salmagundi Club

 

 

‘Dinner’ by artist Richard Lithgow

Small works priced to sell, the popular annual Thumb Box Exhibition and Sale will be on view from December 3, 2018 to January 1, 2019 at The Salmagundi Club in Greenwich Village.

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‘Sugar & Salt’ Vintage Industrial Photographs by Harold Haliday Costain at Keith De Lellis Gallery

 

 

 

Harold Haliday Costain, Long Island City Plant, 1935

Keith de Lellis Gallery presents a solo exhibition of 1930s industrial photographs by Harold Haliday Costain, one of the leading American modernist photographers of his generation. Sugar & Salt, Vintage Industrial Photographs by Harold Haliday Costain will open November 29, 2018.

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Charlotte Perriand Exhibition at Venus Over Manhattan

 

 

Charlotte Perriand in exhibition at Venus Over Manhattan. Images courtesy of the gallery

Charlotte Perriand is one of the most famous designers of the twentieth-century. Her pioneering furniture and interiors helped shape the modernist movement.

Venus Over Manhattan, in collaboration with Laffanour/Galerie Downtown, Paris, is presenting an exhibition dedicated to the designer. This is the largest exploration of Perriand’s work to be held in New York, comprising of thirty-seven works spanning the breadth of her almost eight-decade career.

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Power: Within and Between Us ~ A Yearlong 2019 Theme at The Rubin Museum of Art

 

 

Power: Within and Between Us, a yearlong 2019 theme ~ the Power of Intention

The Rubin Museum of Art will dedicate its 2019 exhibitions, programs, and experiences to the theme of power, focusing on how visitors can activate the power that exists “within and between us.”  Drawing on a diverse range of sources and perspectives, from contemporary art to scientific theories to Buddhist philosophies, the Rubin Museum will explore secular and religious systems of power as well as personal and collective agency. The timely, year-long exhibition Power: Within and Between Us will begin January 1, 2019.

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World AIDS Day 2018

 

 

December 1st is World AIDS Day. Throughout the Holidays, we remember those who have passed, and renew our commitment for a cure. Here are a few suggestions, beginning on Thursday, November 29th, through Saturday, December 1st, 2018.

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Winter Lantern Festival 2018 on Staten Island

 

 

Sure to be a big hit, November 28th will begin the first annual Winter Lantern Festival, seven acres of Snug Harbor Cultural Center and Botanical Garden, illuminated by 40 LED installations that stretch up to 30 feet tall.

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Al Loving: Space, Time, Light at Garth Greenan Gallery

 

 

Al Loving, ‘Motion #4’ 1993, Mixed media on paper collage

Garth Greenan Gallery opens its doors to an in-depth look at the work of artist Al Loving from 1977 to 1993 in the exhibition, Al Loving: Space, Time, Light. These years were a period of immense transformation and experimentation for the artist, following his solo show at the Whitney Museum in 1969, and his early critical and commercial success.

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Ballon Rouge Collective to Open in East Harlem

 

 

Ballon Rouge is an international female-led gallery collective founded in 2017 by Helene Dumenil, with curators from cities like Istanbul, Brussels, London, Sao Paulo, Paris and New York.

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Get Ready for a Carnegie Deli Pop-Up in Nolita!

 

 

 

Carnegie Deli in its final days

Breaking News from The Daily News ~ Carnegie Deli will reopen as an eight-day popup in Nolita from December 1-8.

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Memorial Holiday Pet Tree in Central Park

 

 

 

Hidden deep within Central Park in a secluded place stands a perfectly situated tree, dressed up for the Holiday’s every year ~ the ornaments all dedicated to beloved pets who have passed on, but as we see each year, are never forgotten. Walk with us as we hit the less-traveled paths in search of the Memorial Pet Tree in Central Park from years past.

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The Artist Wendy Letven in Flatiron Prow Art Space

 

 

Wendy Letven at Flatiron Prow

Just in time for the Holidays, the Flatiron Prow Art Space has come alive. This time with ‘Drawing the Invisible’ by the artist Wendy Letven.

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Essie Green Galleries ~ The Emergence of Undervalued African American Artists ~ November 17th

 

 

Charles Alston, ‘Black and White Abstract’, c. 1961, oil on canvas ~ image courtesy Essie Green Galleries

The Emergence of Undervalued African American Artists will be the subject of the current exhibition at Essie Green Galleries, with an Opening Reception on Saturday, November 17 from 3:30 to 6:00pm. Essie Green Galleries is located at 419A Convent Avenue in Sugar Hill, NYC

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The Schomburg Center Invites the Public to Explore Victor Hugo Green and The Green Books

 

 

 

Image via The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture ~ This incredible collection is available online. We scrolled through several of the books, recognizing many of the businesses. 

While The Green Book has been very much in the news this year, with The Museum of Arts & Design’s exhibition by artist Derrick Adams entitled Sanctuary and Unpacking the Green Book: Travel and Segregation in Jim Crow America, along with the about-to-be released movie, Green Book, The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture houses the full digital collection of Green Books and other similar guides. This week Maira Lirano, the Schomburg Center’s Associate Chief Librarian, gave a brief history of Victor Hugo Green and The Green Book in a Q&A Press Call.

Let’s take a ride…..

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The Fabulous SVA Makers Market is set for Saturday, November 17th!

 

 

The SVA Makers Market Holiday Fair at Renegade Craft is one of our favorite annual one-day Events, showcasing SVA alumni-made items of every imaginable kind.

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Sketch for Survival at Salmagundi Club for Three Days

 

 

Explorers Against Extinction: Sketch for Survival will take place at The Salmagundi Club on November 15, 16 and 17, 2018 in the Upper Gallery. This special exhibition is in conjunction with Alison Nicholis: An Artist Inspired by Africaan event which will take place on Friday, November 16th from 6:30-7:30pm, when the artist will give a lecture on how she translates complex conservation issues into studio paintings

The Salmagundi Club puts all this in context here.

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Stickymonger ~ at AFA Gallery in Soho

 

 

 

Stickymonger ~ Image via afanyc.com

AFA Gallery will open its doors to a collection of new works by vinyl artist, painter, and muralist Stickymonger. This exhibition of 15 paintings on canvas is a departure from the artist’s pre- vious monumental vinyl works, which have been the hallmarkof her public art installations in New York City ~ such as her stunning work in a group exhibit we call Graffiti in the Sky on the 69th floor of 4 World Trade, and her very visible work opposite The Oculus, entitled The Mural Project.

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The Schomburg Acquires Ossie Davis + Ruby Dee Archive!

 

 

Photo Credit: Courtesy of the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture/NYPL

The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture at The New York Public Library has acquired the full archive of actors and activists Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee. The extensive archive includes more than 178.85 linear feet of material spanning eight decades of the couple’s careers in theater, film and television; their near 60-year relationship and marriage; and their social, civic and political activities between 1932 and 2014.

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Andy Warhol ~ From A to B and Back Again at The Whitney

 

 

 

Self-Portrait, 1986

The exhibition Andy Warhol ~ From A to B and Back Again at The Whitney Museum of American Art is the first Warhol retrospective organized by a U.S. institution since 1989. On view are more than 350 works of art, many assembled together for the first time. Below are just a few of the images in this exhibition, along with the story behind them. Plan on spending the day.

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Canstruction 2018 Arrives at Brookfield Place

 

 

 

Our Pride and Joy

This year, thirty teams have entered the Canstruction New York Design/Build Competition. The teams are mentored by design professionals, working with them from 8-12 weeks on designs to create structures that can be built in a single night ~ And working all night, each team creates an architectural masterpiece made of unopened food cans to vie for such titles as ‘Best Original Design’; ‘Best Use of Labels’; ‘Best Meal’; ‘Most Cans’ and more, including the People’s Choice Award where the public chimes in on a favorite.

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64 Art Installations, Exhibits & Events Not to Miss in November, 2018

 

 

Artist Anyone Konst. “Free Peddler”. Image via socratessculpturepark.org

As we move deeper into Fall, nature presents its own glorious exhibit of colorful foliage in every size and shape. Outdoor art installations that unveiled earlier in the year will be seen through our seasonal lens, many of them still on view through winter, and into 2019. November will bring us indoors, warming our hearts and filling our souls with thoughtful and colorful works of art. Here are 64 art installations, exhibits and events to add to your list in November.

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Andrew Schoultz in ‘Full Circle’ at Joshua Liner Gallery

 

 

Solo exhibit, Andrew Schoultz at Joshua Liner Gallery

The artist Andrew Schoultz, in his second solo exhibition at Joshua Liner Gallery, presents ‘Full Circle’ ~ works on paper, paintings, and new mixed media American flags.

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A Poetry Jukebox Arrives on the Wittenburg Triangle

 

 

The Poetry Jukebox on the Wittenburg Triangle

We love the Wittenburg Triangle ~ adjacent to Jefferson Market Gardens and the historic Jefferson Market Library building, at the intersection of Greenwich Avenue, Avenue of the Americas and Eighth Street in Greenwich Village.

This week, The Village Alliance unveiled a new art installation on the Triangle – The Poetry Jukebox.

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Pumpkin Patch in the Channel Gardens at Rock Center

 

 

 

You never know what you’ll find in the Channel Gardens at Rockefeller Center. No sooner did the sand castle come down when we found a pumpkin patch complete with scarecrow!

Below are a few pictures of this seasonal installation ~ and yes, the ice skating rink is open,

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Don’t Miss The Socrates Annual!

 

 

Artist Anyone Konst. “Free Peddler”. Image via socratessculpturepark.org

The Socrates Annual is on view at Socrates Sculpture Park.  For the 2018 exhibition, projects range from a decolonial greenhouse to audio-sculptural portraits of Queens hip-hop legends. Approaches vary among community-centered pedagogy and production, material experimentation, and redeployment of historical forms of construction, among others. This year contemporary and historical land-use is examined by several artists in projects including a labyrinth of fences and gates, and a steel and textile installation that traces the East River ecology of waste flows through land, water, and biological life. Additionally, several artists employ representations of the human figure, perhaps suggesting a time for reflection upon the Humanist philosophies that seem precarious with looming climate change and ongoing political conflict.

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Vivian Maier: The Color Work ~ Howard Greenberg Gallery

 

 

 

Vivian Maier: The Color Work. Location and date unknown. All images ©Estate of Vivian Maier, Courtesy Maloof Collection and Howard Greenberg Gallery, New York

The color work of street photographer Vivian Maier will be the subject of a new exhibition at Howard Greenberg Gallery. Many of the photographs are on view for the first time, deepening the understanding of Maier’s oeuvre and her keenest to record and present her interpretation of the world around her. Dating from the 1950s to the 1980s, Vivian Maier: The Color Work captures the street life of Chicago and New York, and includes a number of her enigmatic self-portraits.

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‘Concrete Jungle’ by John ‘CASH’ Matos at JoAnne Artman Gallery

 

 

 

John ‘CASH’ Matos. Pinup Collage (Triptych), Spray Paint on Canvas 36 x 48 in. Image courtesy JoAnne Artman Gallery

Throughout his almost four decade career, John ‘CRASH‘ Matos’ work has engaged with urban environments on a huge scale – ranging from his early murals on the sides of NYC subway trains in the 70’s, to more recent projects such as a large mural commission at Miami’s Hard Rock Football Stadium. This November, a new body of work will be on view, continuing the conversation around the scope, scale, and environment, through a continued exploration of the spray paint medium, in the exhibition Concrete Jungle at JoAnne Artman Gallery.

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It’s Time for the Annual Canstruction Competition at Brookfield Place

 

 

Canstruction 2015

Celebrating its 16th anniversary, and 11 years at Brookfield Place New York, the non-profit organization Canstruction will bring together top architectural and engineering firms for an over-night ‘Canstruction Competition’ within the first two floors of Brookfield Place.

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‘Happy’ By Studio Cadena will arrive at Flatiron Public Plaza in November

 

 

‘Happy’ by Studio Cadena for the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership

As part of the 23 Days of Flatiron Cheer for December, Flatiron Partnership and Van Alen Institute announced the winner of the 5th Annual Flatiron Public Plaza Holiday Design Competition ~ ‘Happy‘ by Studio Cadena, to be unveiled on the Plaza November 19, 2018.

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Mapping the Unprecedented Impact of Human Intervention on Earth ~ Edward Burtynsky: Anthropocene at Howard Greenberg Gallery + Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery

 

 

 

Log Booms #1, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada, 2016 at Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery, NYC. © Edward Burtynsky, courtesy Metivier Gallery, Toronto / Greenberg Gallery and Wolkowitz Gallery, New York

A two-gallery exhibitions of landmark work from photographer Edward Burtynsky’s series Anthropocene, which maps the unprecedented impact of human intervention on Earth, will be on view at Howard Greenberg Gallery and Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery this November in New York.

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Posing Modernity: The Black Model from Manet and Matisse to Today ~ at Wallach Gallery

 

 

Frédéric Bazille, Young Woman with Peonies, French, 1841 – 1870, 1870, oil on canvas, Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mellon. Image via Wallach Gallery, Columbia University

The Wallach Art Gallery at Columbia University and the Musée d’Orsay partner to present an exhibition entitled Posing Modernity: The Black Model from Manet and Matisse to Today in New York and Le Modèle noir, de Géricault à Matisse in Paris.

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Aura Satz: Listen, Recalibrate at Fridman Gallery

 

 

Aura Satz, Flickering Between the Bullet and the Hole, 2016. Framed lenticular prints 39.37 x 39.37 in. Image via fridmangallery.com

In her second exhibition with Fridman Gallery, Aura Satz focuses on voices of female electronic music pioneers, and on sound signals as symbols of communication and disobedience. Included are a series of drawings, two sound sculptures, and a 16mm film.

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Intimate Immensity: Alberto Giacometti Sculptures, 1935-1945 at Luxembourg & Dayan New York

 

 

Photo: Eli Lotar; Alberto Giacometti Estate/Licensed by VAGA and ARS, New York, NY, 2018. Courtesy Luxembourg & Dayan

Luxembourg & Dayan is pleased to announce ‘Intimate Immensity: Alberto Giacometti Sculptures, 1935-1945,’ the first United States exhibition dedicated exclusively to the artist’s cycle of very small human figures created in France and Switzerland during the Second World War.

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It’s a Party ~ Garment District Arts Festival Oct. 18-20

 

 

It’s party time!

The Garment District Alliance is proud to present the 15th Annual Garment District Arts Festival, a district-wide celebration of the artists, performers, galleries and theaters that contribute to the creative energy that fuels this neighborhood. Join the Garment District Alliance for an Opening Reception on Broadway ~ and a Light Hug and photo by artist Vicki DaSilva!

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Meet Melody Capote ~ New Executive Director of CCCADI

 

 

Melody Capote

The Board of Directors of the Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute (CCCADI) are excited to usher in a new chapter in the organization’s evolution with the unanimous appointment of Melody Capote as Executive Director.

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Folk Art on the Broadway Malls ~ Project Installation beings on October 12th

 

 

Rendering via Lincoln Square’s Broadway Mall Public Art Project

The Lincoln Square BID and American Folk Art Museum are partnering to create a new public art project on the Broadway Mall between 60th and 70th Streets. The painting will take place on Friday, October 12th from 9:30am to 5:00pm, when they will be working with New York Cares volunteers.

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Lisa Wright: In The Eyes of Each to open at FACTION Art Projects

 

 

Lisa Wright, Silken, oil on canvas, 40 x 30cm, 2017-18. Image courtesy FACTION Art Projects

On the heals of the exhibition, Visual Language, FACTION Art Projects presents a solo show of paintings by the award-winning British artist Lisa Wright in November.

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Two New Art Installations Arriving in Marcus Garvey Park ~ October 21st

 

 

Kim Dacres, Daniel A. Matthews and Jose’ Carlos Casado in their studios. Image courtesy Public Art Initiative

On the heals of the installation, Atlas: The Third Millennium, the Public Art Initiative will be installing two new sculptures in Marcus Garvey Park, with an unveiling and Opening Reception on Sunday, October 21.

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Egon Schiele: In Search of the Perfect Line at Galerie St. Etienne

 

 

 

Self Portrait with Brown Background, 1912. Gouache, watercolor, and pencil on paper. Signed and dated, lower left. Kallir Family Foundation. Image courtesy Galerie St. Etienne.

The exhibition Egon Schiele: In Search of the Perfect Line will mark the 100th anniversary of Schiele’s death in 1918 with nearly 50 watercolors and drawings, including several iconic self-portraits, at Galerie St. Etienne in November.

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2018 American Masters Exhibition & Sale arriving at The Salmagundi Club

 

 

artist John Trainer, Sounds of Broadway, 2013, oil on linen, 24×36 inches. Image courtesy Salmagundi Club

Each year, The Salmagundi Club holds a spectacular exhibition with some of today’s best-known artists. The 2018 American Masters Exhibition & Sale will celebrate the recent $1.5 million renovation and restoration of the Club’s Upper Gallery space in their historic townhouse in Greenwich Village with a Gala and sale on Friday, October 12th from 6-8pm.

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Imagine ~ if Yoko Ono did an MTA Art Mural on 72nd Street & Central Park West

 

 

yoko ono at 72nd street

……..And imagine if Yoko Ono created this mural in a subway station adjacent to The Dakota, where she shared her life with husband John Lennon from 1973 until his death, and where she still lives today.

The 72nd Street B/C Subway Station, undergoing a major renovation, just reopened with six mosaic panels spread throughout the station from 70th Street to 72nd Street, created by Yoko Ono.

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Ron English returns to Allouche Gallery with Delusionville

 

 

 

Ron English ~ Pink Temper Tot Mousemask Murphy, oil on canvas, 52 x 60″. Image courtesy Allouche Gallery

Ron English: Delusionville, new paintings and sculptures, will open at Allouche Gallery on Thursday, October 11th. In this exhibition, English returns to the Gallery with an aggressive reinterpretation of pop culture.  Prepare to be mesmerized by the spectacle of chaos!

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The Bronx Museum of the Arts to Open Tribeca Incubator

 

 

 

ARGENTUM ~ A Nine-foot long, wall mounted site-specific work, made with LED lights. Image courtesy of Grimanesa Amorós Studio via bronxmuseum.org

The Bronx Museum of the Arts will be opening a new incubator space in Tribeca in support of its emerging artist program. Be among the first to see the newly renovated future home of the AIM Alumni residency program on October 25th.

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