ART EVENTS NEW YORK SEPTEMBER 8 DAILY NEWSLETTER

ART EVENTS NEW YORK SEPTEMBER 8 DAILY NEWSLETTER

ART EVENTS NEW YORK SEPTEMBER 8 DAILY NEWSLETTER

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Located on Fifth Avenue in a Beaux-Arts mansion across the street from the Metropolitan Museum of Art New York City. Memberships in the Society are open to all and begin at $150 per year.

The Society hosts over 100 events each year including readings, lectures, concerts, art & design exhibitions, and an annual black tie gala.

To join the Society or to learn more about its programs, please visit 

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ART EVENTS NEW YORK SEPTEMBER 8 DAILY NEWSLETTER

ART EVENTS NEW YORK SEPTEMBER 8 DAILY NEWSLETTER

ART EVENTS NEW YORK SEPTEMBER 8 DAILY NEWSLETTER Asia Week New York has begun For complete list of exhibitions see http://www.asiaweekny.com/blog/gallery-exhibitions-during-september-2018-asia-week-and-beyond

Marinaro 1 Oliver St reception: Jeremy DePrez Furnished Head 6

Postmasters 54 Franklin St reception: Bernard Kirschenbaum Kirschenbaum 6-8

Situations 127 Henry St recpetion: Corinne Jones Chambers of the Lost Sea 6-8

Fierman 127 Henry St reception: Chuck Nanney  A Queer Divine Dissatisfaction – a blessed unrest 6-8
 ART EVENTS NEW YORK SEPTEMBER 8 DAILY NEWSLETTER
MEN 13 Monroe St reception: Katerina Marcelja KRPICE 6-8
Rubber Factory 29 Ludlow St reception: Hong-An Truong We Are Beside Ourselves 6-8
Con Artist 119 Ludlow St reception: Yumemi Arai 29 7-10
Miguel Abreu 36 Orcahrd St reception: Eileen Quinlan Too Much 6-8
 ART EVENTS NEW YORK SEPTEMBER 8 DAILY NEWSLETTER
Perrotin 130 Orchard St reception: Daniel Arsham 3018; Johan Creten Alfred Paintings 5-8
Krause 149 Orchard St reception: Matt Bilfield Transiitions 6:30-8:30
 Essex Street 55 Hester St receptiona; Pati Hill How Something Can Have Been At One Time And In One Place And Nowhere Else Ever Again 6-8
Miguel Abreu 88 Eldridge St reception: Blake Rayne DOGSKULLDOGS 6-8
 ART EVENTS NEW YORK SEPTEMBER 8 DAILY NEWSLETTER
17Essex 17 Essex St reception: Pooneh Maghazehe Double Zero 6-9
Marc Straus 299 Grand St reception: Jong Oh; Antonio Santín; Sutures Louise Bourgeois, Jayoung Yoon, Sonia Gomes, Brent Wadden, Lisa Hoke, Maria Nepomuceno, Michael Raedecker, Athi Ruga, Sam Gilliam, Michele Ciacciofera, Maartje Korstanje, Martha Tuttle, Elaine Reichek, Julia Von Eichel, Beryl Korot 6-8
James Fuentes 55 Delancey St reception: Devon Dikeou Here Is New York (E.B. White) 6-8
Hales Project Room 64 Delancey St exhibition: Rachael Champion Interstate 495 is a Terminal Moraine
Mitchell Algus 132 Delancey St 2nd fl reception: Hannes Schmid American Myth: Paintings and Photographs 6-8
Freight + Volume 97 Allen St reception: Samuel Jablon Unstung 7-9:30
JTT 191 Chrystie St reception: Glen Fogel With You… Me 6-8
ART EVENTS NEW YORK SEPTEMBER 8 DAILY NEWSLETTER
Ulterior 172 Attorney St reception: Takashi Kunitani Spaceless Space 6-8
Hugo 472 West Broadway reception: ALbert Hadjiganev Pérégrinations 6-8 reservation required info@HugoGalerie.com
Zürcher 33 Bleecker St reception: Kyle Staver 5-7
New York Marble Cemetary 41 ½ 2nd Ave Garden Party in celebration of Jack Smith, performances by Kembra Pfahler and the Girls of Karen Black, Johanna Constantine, Edgar Oliver, Samoa, Spencer Sweeney, Mindy Vale; organized by Artists Space and Kembra Pfahler in conjunction with exhibition Jack Smith: Art Crust of Spiritual Oasis 3-6 free
Eli Klein 308 West St reception: Chow Chun Fai 5
ART EVENTS NEW YORK SEPTEMBER 8 DAILY NEWSLETTER
Westbeth 55 Bethune St reception: Westbeth Diamond Jubilee: Celebrating Productivity and Creativity Beyond the Age of 75 Penny Jones, Edith Isaac Rose, Robert Ludwig, Jenny Tango, Judy Lawne, Ralph Lee, Bea Kreloff 5:30-8
NYU Steinhardt The Commons 34 Stuyvesant St book launch: Lutz Bacher Open the Kimono 7-10
Bureau of General Services—Queer Division at The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center 208 W 13 panel: Seeing Ourselves: ‘Cast of Characters’ Liz Collins and Greg Newton in conversation with Nayland Blake, Deborah Bright, John Kelly, Myles Loftin reception 5-6, discussion followed by Q&A 6=7:30, celebration 7:30-9
ART EVENTS NEW YORK SEPTEMBER 8 DAILY NEWSLETTER
White Columns 91 Horatio St memorial: An Evening for Paul Bloodgood: A public celebration of the life and work of Paul Bloodgood (1960-2018) contributions from Gavin Brown, Alissa Friedman, Christoph Gerozissis, Guy Goodwin, Matthew Higgs, Laura Hoptman, Greg Kwiatek, Katy Schimert, Heidi Zuckerman, others 6
Cadillac House 330 Hudson St book signing: Viktor&Rolf Cover Cover, sponsored by Phaidon and Visionaire 3-5
Talwar 108 E 16 exhibition: Arpita Singh Tying down time II
Elizabeth Harris 529 W 20 reception: Victor Pesce Faces/Places 3-6
Bruce Silverstein 529 W 20 book signing:  Rosalind Fox Soloman Liberty Theater 2
Lehmann Maupin 536 W 22 reception: Suh Se Ok 6-8
First Street 526 W 26 reception: Edmond Praybe Still 3-5
ART EVENTS NEW YORK SEPTEMBER 8 DAILY NEWSLETTER
Amsterdam Whitney 511 W 25 reception: various group shows 3-5 reservation required
Printed Matter 231 Eleventh Ave book launch & performance: B. Wurtz Philosophy from B to Z (Zulu Press); readings from Ann Bobco, Bianca Giaever and Sally Webster, guitar performance by B. Wurtz 5-7
Chashama 266 W 37 closing reception: Sarah Elise Hall Carbon Form 6-8
Manhattan Graphics Center 250 W 40 reception: Gillie Holme 6:30-9
Gallery Korea 460 Park Ave 6th Fl Saturday Artist Talk Program: Found in Literacy: Cultural Exchange and Translation 2-4 light refreshments
Carl Schurz Park East End Ave  & East 86th St outdoor exhibition: Gracie Square Art Show 10-5 (rain or shine) continues Sunday

 ART EVENTS NEW YORK SEPTEMBER 8 DAILY NEWSLETTER

Wave Hill 675 W 252nd St Bronx receptions: Glyndor Gallery: American Society of Botanical Artists (ASBA) 21st Annual International; Sunroom Project Space: Yelaine Rodriguez Ezili Dantor, Freedom and the African Diaspora: We are here, because you were there and Ashton Agbomenou African American 2-4:30 free with admission to the grounds.
The Boogie Down Grind Café 866 Hunts Point Ave Bronx reception: Reflective Waters: an ode to Afro Caribbean descent Yolerny Gil, Carla Lopez, Tiffany Alfonseca, Damarys Alvarez 7-10 $10 tickets Eventbrite

 

RIVAA 527 Main St Roosevelt Island reception: Island of Artists: RIVAA Artists Group Show 6-8

 ART EVENTS NEW YORK SEPTEMBER 8 DAILY NEWSLETTER

Plaxall 5-25 46th Ave Long Island City reception: Fever: An exhibition highlighting global climate change J.F. Bautista, Violet Baxter, Patricia Bouley, José Carlos Casado, Carol Crawford, Joseph De Leo, Everything Is Collective, Jean Foos, Orestes González, Jean-Marie Guyaux, Ivana Larrosa, Jim Lee, Guido Manuilo, Nancy Miller, Cristián Pietrapiana, Mary Pinto, James Seffers, Andrés Senra, Ruth Somalo, Sharon Taylor, Marjorie Van Cura, and Zelda Zinn, curated by Franco Repetto and Ivana Larrosa, coordinated by Cristian Pietrapiana; Unnatural Selection: An exhibition highlighting species endangered by human activity, curated by Craig Norton; Diana Bejarano My White Dress: Inspired by the Brides’ March against Domestic Violence 7-10
Brooklyn Expo Center 72 Noble St Greenpoint exposition: Brooklyn Antiquarian Book Fair noon-7 ticketed
Mrs. 60-40 56th Drive Maspeth exhibition: Mark Mulroney The Dangers of Eden 6-9
ART EVENTS NEW YORK SEPTEMBER 8 DAILY NEWSLETTER
Paradice Palase 1263 Bushwick Ave Bushwick varioous happenings: Summer Camp one-day event for adult artists, creatives, and the general public to mingle, network, create, and celebrate the magic of summer time in the city 12:30-9:30 free with rsvp, $5 without
Gristle Art 26 Bushwick Ave Bushwick reception: Cult of Meow II  adipocere, aica, Gina Altadonna, Diane Irvine Armitage, Cory Benhatzel, Christine Benjamin, Braden Duncan, Alex Eckman-Lawn, Katie Gamb, Hanna Jaeun, Alexis Kandra, Leegan Koo, Megan Lynn Kott, Grelin Machin, Caitlin McDonagh, Michele Melcher, Margaret Morales, Emma Mount, Mumbot, Johannah O’Donnell, Phoenix Chan, Bill Ross, Vanessa Seixas, Linnea Strid, Joe Vollan, Michelle Waters, Michael Weaver, and Jane Ann Wynn 7-9
Transfer 1030 Metropolitan Ave Bushwick reception: Weird Capitalism Alan Butler and Alan Warburton, curated by Nora O Murchú press 4:30-6, opening reception 6-8
ART EVENTS NEW YORK SEPTEMBER 8 DAILY NEWSLETTER
FiveMyles 558 St Johns Place Crown Heights multimedia performance: Hot Hands Next, Nature Evening Invocation 8
Minus Space 16 Main St Dumbo reception: Blanket Statements Gina Adams, Maria Hupfield & Marie Watt; presented with Accola Griefen Fine Art 6-8; performance by Gina Adams 5
Invisible Dog Art Center 51 Bergen St Cobble Hill reeception: Caroline Cloutier In-Between; Abraham Mcnally Intervals 6-9
440 Gallery 440 6th Ave Park Slope reception: Leigh Blanchard And Now I See; New Works Karen Gibbons, David Stock, and Tricia Townes 6-8

 Art Lab Gallery / Snug Harbor 1000 Richmond Terrace Staten Island reception:

Annual Faculty & Staff Exhibition- Fall 2018 3-5

 ART EVENTS NEW YORK SEPTEMBER 8 DAILY NEWSLETTER

Art Sites 651 West Main St Riverhead reception: Against the Wind Karen Fitzgerald, Yoon Cho, Scott McIntire, Isabelle Haran-Leonardi, Larry Dobens, Anne Seelback, Marla Lipkin, and Michael Paul Johnson 4-6
September 449 Warren St #3 Hudson reception: Still Life Theodora Allen, Julia Bland, Jamie Israelow, Anne Lindberg, Kate Newby, Jenny Perlin, Nori Pao, Carrie Schneider, Letha Wilson 6-8
Hudson Milliner Art Salon 415 Warren St Hudson reception: Americana: Celebrating Our Checkered Past and Present 5-8
Matteawan 436 Main St Beacon reception: Eleanor White It’s About Time 6-9

NOTE: Asia Week New York has begun For complete list of exhibitions see http://www.asiaweekny.com/blog/gallery-exhibitions-during-september-2018-asia-week-and-beyond

ART EVENTS NEW YORK SEPTEMBER 8 DAILY NEWSLETTER

SPONSORED BY:

The American Irish Historical Society

Located on Fifth Avenue in a Beaux-Arts mansion across the street from the Metropolitan Museum of Art New York City. Memberships in the Society are open to all and begin at $150 per year.

The Society hosts over 100 events each year including readings, lectures, concerts, art & design exhibitions, and an annual black tie gala.

To join the Society or to learn more about its programs, please visit 

www.aihs.org 

(212) 288-2263

ART EVENTS NEW YORK SEPTEMBER 8 DAILY NEWSLETTER

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