New York Fashion Week events September 6-16

 New York Museums Night 2018 Free Evening  at various cultural institutions in Lower Manhattan: African Burial Ground National Monument, China Institute, Federal Hall National Memorial, Fraunces Tavern Museum, Lower Manhattan Tours, Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust, National Archives at New York City, National Museum of the American Indian – Smithsonian Institution, National September 11 Memorial Museum, NYC Municipal Archives Visitor Center, 9/11 Tribute Museum, Poets House, The Skyscraper Museum, and the South Street Seaport Museum 4-8 all free for complete listing and map see

Boxed 28 Mercer St 2nd Fl real estate panel and Soho celebration: 4th Annual Meeting of the SoHo Broadway Initiative 5:45-8 reception 5:45-6:15, Future of SoHo Broadway Real Estate Panel Discussion 6:15-7. Annual Meeting Business 7-7:45
Essex Flowers 19 Monroe St conversation: Cynthia Carlson and Joyce Kozloff, on their work, Pattern and Decoration, feminism and activism, moderated by Melissa Brown 6:30 free
The Current Museum 100 Grand St talk: Fresh Perspectives on the Visual Arts Holly Hager, Kristina Adduci, Beckie Warren 7-9 $25
Emmanuel Barbault  325 Broome St reception: Visible Reality Louis Cane & Gedi Sibony; part of multi-gallery series The Surface of the East Coast, curated byMarie Maertens 6-8
Storefront for Art and Architecture 97 Kenmare St exhibition: Architecture Books – Yet To Be Written; part of the first edition of the New York Architecture Book Fair members preview 6-7, public opening 7-9
Pierogi 155 Suffolk St catalogue release:  Daniel Zeller Recent Drawings with essay by Robert Hobbs 6-8
Kate Werble 83 Vandam St reception: Vanitas Ivana Bašić, Sofía Córdova, Melanie Schiff, Lui Shtini, Sarah E. Wood 6-8 NOTE: Highly promising.
Turn 37 E 1 reception:The Surface of the East Coast: Feel Materiality Justin Adian,  André-Pierre Arnal, Sarah Braman, Claude Viallat, curated by Marie Maertens 6-8
New Museum 235 Bowery exhibitions: John Akomfrah Signs of Empire; Thomas Bayrle Playtime
Living Gallery Outpost 246 E 4 reception: Brooklyn Collage Collective Collage Exhibition of New Works Morgan Jesse Lappin, Jessie Laura Michele Luger, Joey Karwaki 7
AIA New York Center for Architecture 536 LaGuardia Place gallery talk: James Stewart Polshek, Kenneth Frampton, and Karen van Lengen 7-8 free, resevation requested
Salmagundi 47 Fifth Ave reception: Gramercy Neighborhood Associates 2018 Annual Art Show 6-8
SVA 335 W 16 Rm 501H talk: Hilton Als 12:30-2 free
SVA 132 W 21 MPS Art Therapy reception: The Kindness Experience work by the children and adolescents who attend ‘Happy Hour 4 Kids,’ a full time therapeutic center 2:30-3
Half King 505 W 23 Half King Photo Series exhibit opening & talk: Rory Doyle Delta Hill Riders 7
Rizzoli 1133 Broadway book talk and wine tasting: Kevin Begos Tasting the Past: The Science of Flavor and the Search for the Origins of Wine6
New York Public Llibary 475 Fifth Ave book talk: Nell Painter Old in Art School; Painter in conversation with Sarah Lewis 6:30 free
General Society Library 20 W 44 Landmarks Lecture: Meisha Hunter The 119th Street Croton Aqueduct Gatehouse: Repurposing SmallScale, Historic Infrastructure presented in partnership with the New York Landmarks Conservancy 6:30-8 $15
Syracuse University Louise and Bernard Palitz Gallery 11 E 61 reception: Minna Citron Accidental, Elemental, Abstraction 6-8 reservation required email Lubin House or call 212.710.5587
Guggenheim Museum 1071 Fifth Ave Summer of Know conversation series: Molly Crabapple and Anand Giridharadas on journalism as activism, moderated by Nancy Spector 7 $10
92nd Street Y 1395 Lexington Ave talk: Sherry C.M. Lindquist and Asa Mittman Medieval Monsters: Terrors, Aliens, Wonders, in conjunction with the exhibition of the same name at the Morgan Library and Museum noon $29 sold out
Black Ball Projects 374 Bedford Ave Williamsburg reception: Ana Wolovick Leaving the American Sektor 6-9
United Photo Industries 16 Main St  Dumbo talk: Ciril Jazbec, winner of the 2018 Grant for Visual Storytelling on Climate Change, on  his longterm project on the Arctic and the effects of climate change on the local Inuit communities in Greenland 6-8
Powerhouse 28 Adams St Dumbo book launch: Allison Yarrow 90s Bitch: Media, Culture, and the Failed Promise of Gender Equality; Yarrow in conversation with Reshma Saujani 7-9 free, reservation appreciated
United Photo Industries 16 Main St #B Dumbo artist talk: Ciril Jazbec on Melting Away; presented with Visura 6-8

Residency Unlimited 360 Court St Carroll Gardens RU Exhibition: Zerre, a pop up show of new work by the duo ha:ar (Arda Yalkin and Hande Şekerciler) 6:30 


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