Art Events New York City August 16 Daily Newsletter

Art Events New York City August 16 Daily Newsletter

Art Events New York City August 16 Daily Newsletter

Sponsored by

The Associates and it’s upcoming

Blockchain Brunch White Party August 21 Southampton NY

Tickets: theassociatesincubator@gmail.com 646 481-6263
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/blockchain-brunch-white-party-tickets-46614924494

use the code “Investor” to get a 75% discount off a VIP ticket

use the code “David” for 30% off General Admission

 

 

Art Events New York City August 16 Daily Newsletter

NYPL Seward Park Library 192 East Broadway 16mm screening: Eric Mitchell The Way it is or Eurydice in the Avenue 6:30-8 free

Situations 127 Henry St video presentation: Alika Cooper Chthonic (Ivy) single channel video, 2:08min 7-10

Baxter St at Camera Club of New York 126 Baxter St reception: Annual Juried Exhibition Dannielle Bowman, Sacha Vega, and Jenna Westra, juried by Matthew Leifheit 6-8

Chinatown Soup 16B Orchard St reception: The Belly of the Whale is the Belly of You visuals from StrangeLoop (Flying Lotus, Kendrick Lamar, and the Weeknd), Shively Humperdink (Adult Swim, MGMT), and Sebastian Sommer (Vice, Guggenheim). artworks by Daniel C Baker, Francine Agbodjalou, Nathaniel Ferguson, Mangda Seng, Chris Luttrell and Chase, ocean life photography by Scott Wilson, net installation by Joseph Wolf Grazi, fashion designer Lars Godeke and reclaimed leather designer Saint Catello 6-10

White Box 329 Broome St reception: Song Yongping Money Hostage performance at opening by Song Yongping and Jon Tsoi 6-8

RBW Showroom 50 Greene St RBW (Rich Brilliant Willing) Lecture Series: ‘performance architect’ Alex Schweder 6-7:30 free, reservation Eventbrite

Pop-Up 198 Allen St reception: I Love You, Bitch: a polaroid exhibition Alex Mehiel and Alex Peters 7-10:30

SparrowMint Product Gallery 2 Rivington St reception: Alysa Rowlands Relational Space 6-8

Gallery Max 552 Broadway Suite 401 reception: Max Fujishima Wish You Were Here – Guilin, China; live music by Lulla Layla 6-8

212 Arts 240 E 4 reception: Jenna Krypell On the Grid 6-9:30

Living Gallery Outpost 246 E 4  reception: Jude Collective Closed Caption 7-9

Red Bull Arts 220 W 18 No Guts, No Galaxy Slideshows: Alpha’s Bet with Steffani Jemison; in conjunction with  RAMMΣLLZΣΣ: Racing for Thunder 6 reservation strongly recommended

Hauser & Wirth 548 W 22 discussion: Reimagining the Art Object: Artist-Run Presses and Books  Corina Reynolds (Director & Co-founder Small Editions), Nontsikelelo Mutiti (Self-publisher and Graphic Designer), Elizabeth Jaeger (Co-founder of Peradam Press) and Sam Cate-Gumpert (Co-founder at Peradam Press), and Nicholas Weltyk (Publisher at Cooperative Editions) 7-9 free, rsvp Eventbrite

Art Events New York City August 16 Daily NewsletterAgora 530 W 25 reception: The 33rd Chelsea International Fine Art Competition Exhibition 6-8

Noho-M55 530 W 25 reception: 4th Annual World Fine Art Agency Exhibition 5-7:30

Pleiades 530 W 25 reception: We Exhibition Invitational Group – JCAT (Japanese Contemporary Artists Team) 5-8

International Print Center 508 W 26 workshop: Pint ‘n Print with Artist in Residence Morteza Khakshoor 7-9 $10 beer and materials included

First Street 526 W 26 reception: Fritz St. Jean Narrating the Haitian Story 6-8

Guy Hepner 520 W  27 Suite 303 reception: Dan Alva Con Art presented with The TAX Collection 7-10 free, rsvp Eventbriet

K&P Gallery 547 W 27 reception: Saeng Hwa Kim 625 in USA 6-8

Fountain House 702 9th Ave reception: The Strangers Project founded by Brandon Doman 6-9

Gallery Korea 460 Park Ave 6th Fl reception: Found in Translation presented in collaboration with Stigma & Cognition New York 6-8

Art Events New York City August 16 Daily Newsletter

Local Project 11-27 44 Rd Long Island City reception: The Freak Show Aaron Schraeter, Adea Guldi, Alan Richards, April Andes, Audrey Anastasi, Brittany Bartley, Carl Diehl, Christine Carbone, Christopher Lin. Christopher Spinelli, Courtney Kates, Dahlia Bloomstone, Damian Rivera, Dayana, Deborah Yasinsky, Dominique Vitali, Eliot Markell, Eugenia Pigassiou, Faye Dell, Gary Peabody, Issa Ibrahim, Jackson Denahy, James Seffens, Jennie Jones, Jesse Wiedel, Jody MacDonald, John Gross, Jon Duci, Julia Justo, June Kosloff, Katie Hovencamp, Khalil Charif, Kristen Bartley, Kristen Leonard, Laura Bell, Laura Miner, Leslie Baum, Logan Benedict, Lynn Liebert, Marie Roberts, Mark Harrington, Matt Sears, Matti Havens, Max Sarmiento, Michael Scherb, Mollie Serena, Monika Malewska, Peter Aguero, Peter Teraberry, Raina Panagiotopoulos, Raymond B. Normandeau, Rebecca Memoli, Robert BrickHouse, Robert Zurer, Ronald Gonzalez, Rowynn Dumont, Samm Cohen, Sarah Schechter, Sharon Steven, Stephanie Kosinski, Susan Conrad, Susan Spangenberg, Toni-Lee Sangastiano, Victoria VanKesteren, Xek Noir, curated by John Baber and Carolina Peñafiel 6-9

A/D/O 29 Norman Ave Greenpoint Disassembly: Brooklyn closing panel: Design & the E-Waste Crisis Wiena Lin, Kai Loffelbein, Jim Puckett, Fabio Duarte, Stephanie Adrian, Cory Kline, Michael Cappuccilli, hosted by Neel Patel 6:30-8:30 free with rsvp Eventbrite 

Art Events New York City August 16 Daily Newsletter

Brooklyn Art Library 28 Frost St Wiliamsburg panel: Women in Illustration Sara Meadows, Amber Vittoria, Nashra Balagamwala, and Emily Isabella; proceeds  benefit Art Start, a New York City non-profit using the creative arts to transform the lives of at-risk youth 7-9 $5 

Art Events New York City August 16 Daily Newsletter

Spoonbill Books 99 Montrose Ave Bushwick book release and patry: PJ Spaniol and Nick Riley Bentham Two Cities 6-9

Bishop Gallery 916 Bedford Ave Clinton Hill reception: Sophia Dawson To Be Free 6-9

Ground Floor 343 5th St Park Slope 5th Anniversary Show! Act 5: Mie Yim Creamsicle 6-8:30

 

Art Events New York City August 16 Daily Newsletter

Sponsored by

The Associates and it’s upcoming

Blockchain Brunch White Party August 21 Southampton NY

Tickets: theassociatesincubator@gmail.com 646 481-6263
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/blockchain-brunch-white-party-tickets-46614924494

use the code “Investor” to get a 75% discount off a VIP ticket

use the code “David” for 30% off General Admission

DETAILS:

Just in time for the end of summer, The Associates Incubator in New York is welcoming the blockchain community to the Southampton Arts Center for the First Annual Blockchain Brunch White Party. The brunch will be an opportunity to enjoy the end of summer while also getting to liaise with high-powered cryptocurrency industry leaders, investors, and decision-makers who are exposed to cryptocurrency asset class. The atmosphere will be festive, laid back, informal, and informative. Feel free to bring your business cards, elevator pitches, and a feel-good summer vibe.
CONTACT INFORMATION:Blockchain Brunch White Party August 21 Southampton
registration information:
REGISTRATION: Tue, Aug 21, 2018 to Tue, Aug 21, 2018
CONTACT: David
EMAIL: theassociatesincubator@gmail.com
PHONE: 646 481-6263
URL: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/blockchain-brunch-white-party-tickets-46614924494

Transportation: Blockchain Brunch White Party August 21 Southampton. The Venue, is located 90 minutes from New York Penn Station by train on the Long Island Rail Road and about 1:40 minutes driving depending on traffic. Guests who chose to travel by train will have a short commute from the rail station to the Arts Center in the center of town. If you do not have a car or will not be driving you will still be able to get to the event location via public transport.

For large groups and parties please contact us to arrange group ticket sales. Crypto Hedge Funds, ICOs, Consultants, or Service Providers that are interested in exhibiting please contact us for availability and exhibiter details.Blockchain Brunch White Party August 21 Southampton

Phone(s): (text) 646.481.6263, 212.363.0936

Email: theassociatesincubator@gmail.com

IG: www.instagram.com/theassociatesinc/

Webpage:https://www.theassociatesincubator.com/events

Art Events New York City August 16 Daily Newsletter

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New York Times recommend: ‘Airless Spaces’

Bruce Kurland’s “Meat and Wild Apples,” from 2012.CreditBruce Kurland/Higher Pictures

Through Aug. 31. Higher Pictures, 980 Madison Avenue, Manhattan; 212-249-6100, higherpictures.com.

Bruce Kurland (1938-2013) made diminutive still life paintings that were bought by an enthusiastic cadre of collectors. He remained largely under the art world radar and might have stayed there, were it not for his daughter Justine Kurland, a well-known photographer who shares the walls with him in “Airless Spaces,” at Higher Pictures. Ms. Kurland’s black-and-white contact prints of domestic scenes are an interesting supplement to her better-known color portraits. But the real draw here is Mr. Kurland’s paintings.

Mr. Kurland’s aesthetic is consciously anachronistic. Drab browns and overworked surfaces create backdrops for dead trout and other animals that Mr. Kurland caught or shot, as well as vegetables and crockery. He borrowed heavily from 17th-century Dutch still life painters like Vermeer and Carel Fabritius; French artists like Jean Simeon Chardin, Claude Manet and Henri Fantin-Latour; and the American still life painter John Frederick Peto.

To this tradition Mr. Kurland added contemporary elements. Asparagus stalks rest on a Budweiser can; steaks wrapped in plastic foam are propped on the rim of a beige ceramic bowl; flaccid strips of bacon hang over an apple twig in a Coke bottle; graffiti created by his granddaughter forms a backdrop for one painting. The combination of new and antiquated could descend into gimmickry, but Mr. Kurland’s approach feels like a deadpan update of the classic memento mori, in which perishable items serve as reminders of human transience.

What you can ultimately see in “Airless Spaces” is that the eye for the poetic and the uncanny that gained Ms. Kurland fame in the ’90s runs in the family. It’s manifested beautifully, but differently, in her father’s paintings. MARTHA SCHWENDENER

Art Events New York City August 16 Daily Newsletter

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