21 Occasions for Your Artwork Calendar This Week, From the Inaugural Present at Duane Thomas Gallery to New York Metropolis Trivia Night time

Colorpicture Publisher. Courtesy of the Museum of the City of New York.

Every week, we seek for essentially the most thrilling and thought-provoking reveals, screenings, and occasions. In gentle of the worldwide well being disaster, we’re presently highlighting occasions and digitally, in addition to in-person exhibitions open within the New York space. See our picks from world wide beneath. (Occasions are all EST except in any other case famous.)


Tuesday, October 13

Colorpicture Publisher. Courtesy of the Museum of the City of New York.

Colorpicture Writer. Courtesy of the Museum of the Metropolis of New York.

1. “The Final (Digital) NYC Trivia Night time” on the Museum of the Metropolis of New York

Final month, MCNY launched a Zoom trivia competitors mining 400 years of New York historical past. Scoring is on an honor system, and there are not any prizes, however tune in to check your data of town’s structure, theater, sports activities, popular culture, and extra.

Worth: Donation primarily based with registration
Time: Eight p.m.–9 p.m.

—Sarah Cascone


Tuesday, October 13–Sunday, October 18

The Nationwide Gallery. ©Nationwide Gallery, London

2. “Give Me Your Hand,” a digital tour of the Nationwide Gallery, London

In case you are lacking each stay theater and IRL artwork, this occasion, organized by New York Metropolis’s Irish Repertory Theatre, provides a double whammy. Irish actors Dearbhla Molloy and Dermot Crowley will take a digital stroll via the Nationwide Gallery in London whereas performing works of Irish playwright Paul Durcan that talk to the artwork on view. An authentic, non-virtual model of the manufacturing premiered in London in 2010.

Worth: Free with registration, prompt $25 donation
Time: 7 p.m. for opening evening; occasions for added performances differ

—Julia Halperin


Wednesday, October 14

"Diana Markosian: Santa Barbara" (2020). Courtesy of Aperture.

“Diana Markosian: Santa Barbara” (2020). Courtesy of Aperture.

3. “Diana Markosian With Erin O’Toole” on the Worldwide Middle for Images

To have a good time the discharge of her first monograph, a ebook that playfully mingles truth and fiction to inform the story of her mom’s departure from post-Soviet Russia, American-Armenian photographer Diana Markosian will be part of SFMOMA curator Erin O’Toole in a digital panel. On the record of dialogue matters is the way in which Markosian went about making the physique of labor lined within the publication, which included restaging scenes from the 1980s cleaning soap opera Santa Barbara, the primary American TV present to be broadcast in Russia.

Worth: $5
Time: 7 p.m.

—Taylor Dafoe


Installation view detail of Philippe Parreno, <eM>Echo</em> (2019) at the Museum of Modern Art, New York. Photo by Heidi Bohnenkamp, ©2019 the Museum of Modern Art.

Set up view element of Philippe Parreno, Echo (2019) on the Museum of Fashionable Artwork, New York. Picture by Heidi Bohnenkamp, ©2019 the Museum of Fashionable Artwork.

4. “Drop In With Phillippe Parreno” on the Museum of Fashionable Artwork, New York

Since Could, MoMA has been checking in with artists and seeing what they’re engaged on and the way they’re responding to present occasions. Subsequent up is French artist Phillippe Parreno, whose sculptural gentle and sound set up hangs from the ceiling of the museum’s foyer.

Worth: Free
Time: 12 p.m.

—Tanner West


Vintage poster for women's suffrage, a copy of which is included in “Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence,” currently on view at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, DC. Courtesy of the National Portrait Gallery.

Classic poster for girls’s suffrage, a replica of which is included in “Votes for Girls: A Portrait of Persistence,” presently on view on the Nationwide Portrait Gallery in Washington, DC. Courtesy of the Nationwide Portrait Gallery.

5. On-line Nationwide Girls’s Rights Conference on the Los Angeles County Museum of Artwork

100 and seventy years in the past, the primary Nationwide Lady’s Rights conference befell in Worcester, Massachusetts, rallying women and men from across the nation who banded collectively to battle for girls’s equal rights—and chief amongst them, their proper to vote. Whereas nice progress has been for girls since then, there’s nonetheless an extended solution to go, significantly because it considerations members of the BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ communities. Subsequent week, LACMA will host an all-day Zoom convention that includes conversations with distinguished ladies artists, activists, and educators about matters like voter suppression, unequal employment, and womanhood intersections. Members will embrace artist and activist Jerry Allyn; Nationwide Girls’s Regulation Middle senior counsel Justice Sarah David Heydemann; author and transgender activist Raquel Willis; and efficiency artist, comic, and elected consultant Kristina Wong. 

Worth: Free with RSVP
Time: 9:30 a.m.–5 p.m. PT

—Noor Brara


Justine Hill, <em>Still Life 4</eM> (2020). Photo courtesy of Denny Dimin, New York.

Justine Hill, Nonetheless Life 4 (2020). Picture courtesy of Denny Dimin, New York.

6. “Artist Justine Hill and Artwork Historian Dana Rodriguez in Dialog” at Denny Dimin Gallery, New York

Artwork historian Dana Rodriguez will converse with Justine Hill about her present exhibition, “Justine Hill: Contact,” (on view via October 31) and the most recent evolution in her unconventionally formed summary canvases.

Worth: Free with registration
Time: 6 p.m.–7 p.m.

—Sarah Cascone


Andy Warhol, <em>Self-Portrait (Fright Wig)</em>, 1986. Collection of Robert Lococo. Photo ©1986 the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc./Licensed by Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.

Andy Warhol, Self-Portrait (Fright Wig), 1986. Assortment of Robert Lococo. Picture ©1986 the Andy Warhol Basis for the Visible Arts, Inc./Licensed by Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.

7. “Curator Dialog with John W. Smith and Vincent Fremont” on the Newport Artwork Museum, Rhode Island

On the event of “Andy Warhol: Huge Shot” (on view via December 20), Newport Museum senior curator Francine Weissa will lead a Zoom discuss with John W. Smith, director of the RISD Museum and previously of the Andy Warhol Museum, and Warhol Manufacturing facility alumni Vincent Fremont, cofounder of the Warhol Basis. The dialog will supply a snapshot of Warhol’s life behind the digital camera.

Worth: $15
Time: 5:30 p.m.–6:15 p.m.

—Sarah Cascone 


Thursday, October 15

The facade of the New York Academy of Art. Courtesy of TraStudio, 2019.

The facade of the New York Academy of Artwork. Courtesy of TraStudio, 2019.

8. “Bernard Lumpkin With Taha Clayton, Tawny Chatmon, and Justin Wadlington” on the New York Academy of Artwork

The collector Bernard Lumpkin, the creator of an essay within the catalogue for “2020 Imaginative and prescient,” a present on the Southampton Arts Middle concerning the travails of the previous 12 months, is interviewing artists Taha Clayton, Tawny Chatmon, and Justin Wadlington (who’re all included within the present) over Zoom.

Location: On-line
Worth: Free with registration
Time: 6 p.m.

Nan Stewert


Thursday, October 15–Saturday, November 21

Cecily Brown, <em>The Demon Menagerie</em> (2019–20). Photo by Genevieve Hanson, courtesy Paula Cooper Gallery.

Cecily Brown, The Demon Menagerie (2019–20). Picture by Genevieve Hanson, courtesy Paula Cooper Gallery.

9. “Cecily Brown” at Paula Cooper Gallery, New York

In July, Cecily Brown began an Instagram. Although it wasn’t set to personal, the non-sequitur of a deal with title—a piece of hers from 2005 seemingly chosen at random—and the overall lack of self promotion and tagging meant that Brown might fortunately content-dump in semi-obscurity. And submit freely she did, sharing a beneficiant quantity of snapshots into the working lifetime of flat-out probably the greatest painters on the market. In August, she posted an image of a mannequin of a gallery, ones that artists use to mock up reveals, and captioned it “@paulacoopergallery fall 2020.” Notably, there was a toy deer in the course of the mannequin gallery. It’s unclear if any antlered fauna can be current when the present opens this Thursday at Paula Cooper’s West 26th Avenue gallery, however relaxation assured there can be giant, attractive, muscular work by the grasp Cecily Brown.

Location: Paula Cooper, 524 West 26th Avenue, New York, NY
Worth: Free
Time: Opening, 11 a,m.–7 p.m.; Tuesday–Saturday, 11 a.m.–5 p.m., appointments required

Nate Freeman

By Friday, October 16


10. “Joe Fig: Contemplation” at Christin Tierney, New York

This delightfully meta present options Joe Fig’s work of individuals work, a few of which you most likely recall gawking at your self. However the sequence isn’t only a recap of among the main exhibitions of latest years: it’s additionally a celebration of the act of contemplation.

Location: Cristin Tierney Gallery, 219 Bowery, Flooring 2, New York
Time: Thursday and Friday, 10 a.m.–6 p.m.; Sunday, 12 p.m.–6 p.m.; Tuesday and Wednesday by appointment

—Sarah Cascone 


Friday, October 16

"Artemisia" at the National Gallery in London is the first-ever exhibition of the work of Artemisia Gentileschi. Photo by Judith Burrows/Getty Images.

“Artemisia” on the Nationwide Gallery in London is the first-ever exhibition of the work of Artemisia Gentileschi. Picture by Judith Burrows/Getty Pictures.

11. “Restoration Conversations for Artemisia” with Advancing Girls Artists and the Florentine

Letizia Treves, the curator of the Artemisia gentileschi exhibition on the Nationwide Gallery in London, can be in a dialog with Linda Falcone from the female-led restoration group Advancing Girls Artists about what Treves discovered of the 17th-century artwork star from two years of “dwelling” with the Baroque artist whereas engaged on the exhibition.

Worth: Free
Time: 12:30 p.m.

—Kate Brown


President Lincoln by George Peter Alexander Healy (1857). White House Collection, White House Historical Association. Portrait of Congresswoman Lauren Underwood by Elizabeth D. Herman for The New York Times (2019).

President Lincoln by George Peter Alexander Healy (1857). White Home Assortment, White Home Historic Affiliation. Portrait of Congresswoman Lauren Underwood by Elizabeth D. Herman for The New York Occasions (2019).

12. “Shaping an Picture: Political Girls in Historical past and At this time” with the J. Paul Getty Museum

Girls who’ve assumed positions of energy have confronted traditionally distinctive challenges from their male counterparts, and visible arts have performed an essential position as these ladies have tried to emphasise particular traits or qualities. On this dialog, medieval scholar Elizabeth L’Estrange, political scientist and photojournalist Elizabeth D. Herman, and artwork historian and curator Gwendolyn DuBois Shaw will look at each the pivotal position “picture” performs, each conceptual and actuality, for girls in politics.

Worth: Free with registration
Time: 11 a.m. (P.D.T.)

— Katie White


Saturday, October 17

Work by Jean Shin in "Catastrophic Beauty: Art in the Age of the Anthropocene" at Qualia Contemporary Art. Photo courtesy of Qualia Contemporary Art, Palo Alto.

Work by Jean Shin in “Catastrophic Magnificence: Artwork within the Age of the Anthropocene” at Qualia Up to date Artwork. Picture courtesy of Qualia Up to date Artwork, Palo Alto.

13. “Catastrophic Magnificence: Artwork within the Age of the Anthropocene” Opening Celebration at Qualia Up to date Artwork, Palo Alto

A Zoom opening reception for this West Coast gallery present (on view via November 20) places curator Xiaoze Xie in dialog with Michael Arcega, Robyn O’Neil, QIU Anxiong, John Sabraw, SHANG Yang, Jean Shin, and Yi Xin Tong about how their work considers the methods people dominate the planet.

Worth: Free with RSVP
Time: 6 p.m.

—Nan Stewert


Saturday, October 17–Saturday, October 31

New York based graffiti artist Stash is showing 25 new works at East Hampton's N53 Gallry . Image courtesy N53

New York primarily based graffiti artist Stash is displaying 25 new works at East Hampton’s Nº53 Gallery . Picture courtesy Nº53.

14.”Stash: Mapping Reminiscence” at No53 Gallery, East Hampton

Collector and artist David Weiswasser’s Hamptons gallery will present 25 new works by New York graffiti artist “Stash” aka Josh Franklin. Stash was born on Lengthy Island and got here of age within the East Village within the early 1980s, when his first canvas was exhibited subsequent to Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat in FUN Gallery’s “Graffiti, Thanks a Lot!” present. His work has since been proven all around the world and is within the everlasting collections of the Museum of Fashionable Artwork, the Whitney Museum, and the Brooklyn Museum. 

Location: No53 Gallery, 53 The Circle, East Hampton, New York
Time: Tuesday–Sunday, 11 a.m —6 p.m.

—Eileen Kinsella


Saturday, October 17–Saturday, February 14, 2021

Sky Hopinka, <em>These Are the Breathings</em> (2020). Photo courtesy of CCS Bard.

Sky Hopinka, These Are the Breathings (2020). Picture courtesy of CCS Bard.

15. “Sky Hopinka: Facilities of Someplace” at Bard Faculty, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York

Indigenous artist and filmmaker Sky Hopinka will get his first institutional solo present, curated by Lauren Cornell and highlighting his work with the near-extinct Native American language chinuk wawa. His movies embrace an experimental documentary concerning the Standing Rock protests and Right here you’re earlier than the bushes, a newly commissioned multi-channel work that teases out connections between indigenous communities in New York’s Hudson Valley area and Hopinka’s native Wisconsin, such because the compelled relocation of the Stockbridge Munsee Band of Mohican Indians from New York to Wisconsin. Programming features a free digital discuss on this native historical past this Sunday at at 5 p.m. Heather Bruegl, director of cultural affairs on the Stockbridge Munsee Group.

Location: Hessel Museum of Artwork, Bard Faculty, 33 Backyard Highway, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York
Worth: Free with timed reservation
Time: Thursday–Sunday, 12 p.m.–5 p.m.

—Sarah Cascone


By October 24

Installation view of Emma Amos's "Falling Figures" at Ryan Lee. Courtesy of Ryan Lee.

Set up view of Emma Amos’s “Falling Figures” at Ryan Lee. Courtesy of Ryan Lee.

16. Emma Amos, “Falling Figures” at Ryan Lee

The painter Emma Amos, who was a part of the artist group Spiral alongside Romare Bearden and Norman Lewis within the 1960s, died this previous could at age 83. She was alleged to have an exhibition of work seem at Ryan Lee gallery across the identical time, nevertheless it was delayed as a result of lockdown in New York. Now, Amos’s work of falling figures—which can be the title of the present—will seem ultimately, and produce it with them well timed explorations of hysteria and, as Amos put it, “the approaching lack of historical past, place, and other people” amongst Black communities.

Location: Ryan Lee, 515 West 26th Avenue, ground three
Worth: Free
Time: Tuesday to Saturday, 10 a.m. to six p.m., by appointment

—Rachel Corbett


By Sunday, November 8

Janie Korn, “Venus on the Half Shell”. Courtesy of Empty Circle House.

17. “HOT WAX: Ernesto Renda and Janie Korn” at Empty Circle House, Brooklyn

Former LaMaMa Galleria director Matt Naser has curated a present at Empty Circle House that includes two artists working with wax, Ernesto Renda and Janie Korn. Renda’s wax aid pastels include acquainted scenes from movie and tv like “The Crocodile Hunter”, performing as “mourning objects for the digital display,” based on a gallery assertion. Korn creates figurative candles that reference popular culture and are impressed by family and friends (you possibly can fee a customized portrait candle from her web site!).

Location: Empty Circle House, 499 Third Avenue, Brooklyn
Time: By appointment

—Cristina Cruz


By Thursday, November 19

Michael Berryhill, <em>Amazing Place<em> (2020). Photo courtesy of Kate Werble Gallery.

Michael Berryhill, Superb Place (2020). Picture courtesy of Kate Werble Gallery.

18. “Michael Berryhill” at Kate Werble Gallery, New York

After 12 years in Soho, Kate Werble has moved to the Higher East Facet and opens with an inaugural exhibition of colourful work and sculptures made by Michael Berryhill over the previous 12 months.

Location: Kate Werble Gallery, 136 East 73rd Avenue, 2nd Flooring, New York
Time: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10 a.m.–2 p.m., appointments most well-liked

—Tanner West


By Tuesday, December 15

Ronald Hall, <em>Brothers In Arms</em> (2020). Photo courtesy of the artist and Duane Thomas Gallery, 2020.

Ronald Corridor, Brothers In Arms (2020). Picture courtesy of the artist and Duane Thomas Gallery, 2020.

19. “Ronald Corridor, New Work” at Duane Thomas Gallery, New York

The latest addition to the Tribeca gallery scene, Duane Thomas Gallery focuses on underrepresented artists. Its first present appears at African American artist Ronald Corridor’s cheerfully colourful work that confront problems with race within the US, drawing on each historic artworks and Civil Rights-era images.

Location: Duane Thomas Gallery, 137 West Broadway, third ground
Time: By appointment

—Sarah Cascone 


By Saturday, December 19

Installation view of "In Situ: A Changing Installation" at Peter Freeman, Inc., New York. Photo courtesy of Peter Freeman, Inc., New York

Set up view of “In Situ: A Altering Set up” at Peter Freeman, Inc., New York. Picture courtesy of Peter Freeman, Inc., New York

20. “In Situ: A Altering Set up” at Peter Freeman, Inc., New York

Peter Freeman is taking an unconventional strategy to reopening after a six-month closure by displaying not a big-name artist, however “a fluid and altering set up of works chosen as a result of we wish to have a look at them,” based on the exhibition assertion. There’s no telling how the present, which inspires repeat visits, will have a look at any given time, however the eclectic record of collaborating artists contains Agnes Martin, Richard Tuttle, Ellsworth Kelly, Jimmie Durham, and Charlotte Posenenske.

Location: Peter Freeman, Inc., 140 Grand Avenue, New York
Time: Tuesday–Saturday, 10 a.m.–6 p.m.

—Sarah Cascone 


By Sunday, January 31, 2021

Bosco Sodi, <i>Perfect Bodies</i>, 2020. Courtesy of Kasmin Gallery.

Bosco Sodi, Good Our bodies, 2020. Courtesy of Kasmin Gallery.

21. “Bosco Sodi: Good Our bodies” at Good Our bodies Auto Collision, Brooklyn

In the event you’re on the lookout for a chance to get your art-viewing repair whereas nonetheless having fun with New York’s remaining days of seasonal heat, chart a course to Purple Hook within the subsequent few weekends. There, in a usually unassuming concrete parking zone simply two blocks from Pioneer Works (the set up’s presenter), multidisciplinary artist Bosco Sodi has sited an array of soulful spheres fired from the native clay of Oaxaca, the place he maintains the Mexican department of his studio. The work builds on the considerations prevalent in Sodi’s just-opened solo exhibition at Kasmin (on view via November 12): the timelessness of the earth, the synthesis of Minimalism with Land Artwork, and the development of art-making from historic civilizations to up to date follow.  

Location: Good Our bodies Auto Collision, 184–186 Conover Avenue at Walcott Avenue, Brooklyn
Time: Saturdays and Sundays, 12 p.m.–7 p.m.

—Tim Schneider

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