09.01.2003

Sept. 1-14 DKS art openings list

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Monday September 1
Once Upon A Time: The Picture Book Art at School of Visual Arts Museum
209 E. 23d St. (212) 592-2144
Tuesday September 2
Claire Lieberman, the Strangeness of Beauty at Pamela Auchincloss
Project Space, 601 West 26 Street, 12th fl., 6-8
Barbara Nitke KISS OF FIRE Slide show and book signing at The
Eulenspiegel Society (TES) 75 Bleecker Street, downstairs (corner of
Broadway and Bleecker), 7:30pm, $4-
Wednesday September 3
French Artists in Rome: Ingres to Degas, 1803-1873 at Dahesh Museum, 601
Fifth Ave. (212) 759-0606, 6-9 (invite required)
Lucien Samaha’s Seven Boys… …Seven Brazilian Boys at F.I.N. Arts, 67
Liberty Street, Third Floor (btwn. Broadway & Nassau), 6-8 pm
Mother in Law at Galley Onetwentyeight, 5-8
Antonia Guzman at Praxis International Art, 6-8
Thursday September 4
Reagan Louie Orientalia: Sex In Asia, the exhibition features incredibly
thought-provoking studies of the Asian sex industry that question
conventional moral and social belief, Von Lintel Gallery, 212 242 0599,
6-8
Annie Sprinkle (legendary authority on feminine mystery, (the first porn
star to get a PhD) first U.S. solo exhibition of photographs at Art @
Large, Film Center Building, 630 9th Avenue,(btwn. 44/45th Sts.) #707,
6-9
Brett Cook-Dizney at PPOW, 6-8
first American solo exhibition of Finnish artist and filmmaker Ilppo
Pohjola, two video projections: Routemaster and P(l)ain Truth with live
music by Merzbow & Elliot Sharp at Klemens Gasser & Tanja Grunert, Inc.
524 West 19th Street, 6-8
Augustus Goertz and Duston Spear, “Topographies” at Kristen Frederickson
Contemporary Art, 149 Reade St., In Tribeca, 6-8
Rita McBride: Vehicles and Vessels at Alexander & Bonin 132 10th
Ave.(212) 367-7474, 6-8
Mario Naves, Jonathan Tucker at Elizabeth Harris Gallery 529 West 20th
St., 6-8
Danica Phelps at LFL, 6-8
Jeff Brouws at Robert Mann Gallery, 6-8
Ryo Arita, Food For Thought, Gourmet Garage, 453 Broome St. (at Mercer
St.) 6-9
solo exhibition of the work of Maria Elena Gonzalez, Audio in the
Elevator by Grundik & Slava, and a Window Installation by Mary Patten.
Art in General 79 Walker Street (between Broadway and Lafayette) 6-9pm
Also, we are having a press preview for MAria Elena Gonzalez’s UN Real
Estates from 5-6pm.
Confabulations at The Bertha & Karl Leubsdorf Art Gallery at Hunter
College, 5:30-7:30
Adam Dant: B.I.S.I. at Adam Baumgold, 74 E. 79th St., 6-8
John Funt at James Graham, 1014 Madison, 6-8
Derek Ayres, Stephen Bitterolf at “Surfacing” ZieherSmith, 531 West 25th
St. 6-9pm
Mark Milloff, Cheol Yu Kim (curated by Debra Bricker Balken, Nikki S.
Lee) at Cue Art Foundation, 511 W. 25th, 6-8
Philip-Lorca diCorcia: a Storybook Life, at PaceWildenstein, 534 West
25th Street, 6-8
The Art Guys at DeWitt, 521 W. 26th, 6-8
Ian Kiaer at Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, 6-8
Arpita Singh at Bose Pacia Gallery, 6pm
Macyn Bolt at Kim Foster, 6-8
at Art Resources Transfer, Inc. Benefit, 7-9
at George Billis Gallery Stanley Goldstein & Andrew Haines, 6-8
Peter Liversidge at Rare, 6-8
Barbara Nitke KISS OF FIRE Slide show and book signing at The Boys of
Summer show at ClampArt, 531 West 25 Street, ground floor, 6-8
Franco Ciarlo, “Frescoes and Synopie” at Briggs Robinson, 6-8
Arpita Singh at Bose Pacia Gallery, 6pm
Lyle Ashton Harris at CRG Gallery , 6-8
Architects Forum: Hitoshi Abe at Japan Society 333 E. 47th St.(212)
832-1155, 6-8
Elliot Green: The Lost Episodes and Arno Rafael Minkkinen: Photographs
at Tibor de Nagy Gallery 724 Fifth Ave.(212) 262-5050, 5-7
Beau Bernstein: Ajikan at Fischbach Gallery 24 W. 57th St., 18th Fl.,
6-8
Clear Intentions Exhibit at Rotunda Gallery 33 Clinton St. (718)
875-4047, 6-8
Judy Pfaff at Ameringer & Yohe Fine Art 20 W. 57th St. (212) 445-0051,
6-8
“Mapping it Out” w/ John McCafferty, Janice caswell, Sharon Lawless, Don
Steinmetz, Mark keffer, Joyce Kozloff, Alice Attie, Doug Beube, Penny
Dimos, Lordy Rodriguez, Robert Walden, Bill Byers and Nancy Friedemann.
at the WORKSPACE. 5:30 to 7:30
Joie Jacono, “To Drown a Rose,” at Wallspace, 547 W. 27th, 6-8
Abe Ordover & Eric Finzi at Walter Wickiser Gallery, 6-8
SEMINAL ROBERT WHITMAN PERFORMANCES TO BE
RESTAGED AT DIA:BEACON AND DIA:CHELSEA, September 5-7 and 10-12, 2003
(reserve now)
Dia Art Foundation presents “Prune Flat” (1965) and “Light Touch”
(1976), two historic theater works by artist Robert Whitman, a leading
exponent of performance art in the 1960s and 1970s. The works will be
performed at Dia:Beacon, in Beacon, New York, and Dia:Chelsea, in New
York City.
Friday September 5
Kristin Baker, “Flat Out” at Deitch, 6-9
Janine Antoni at Luhring Augustine Gallery 531 W. 24th St. (212)
206-9100
Seeing Red at Arena, group at Elga Wimmer, 6-8
Stan Brodsky at June Kelly, 6-8
Bjorn Dahlem at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, 535 W 22nd St between Tenth
and Eleventh Aves, 6-8
Greg Bogin at Mary Boone Gallery, 5-7
White Box Annex, 601 West 26th St, 14th floor: The TaDa Show featuring
Ross Knight, Emily Lutzker, Michael Mahalchick and Robert Melee. Curated
by Amy Davila.
Gerhard Mayer, Jill Weinstock at Caren Golden Fine Art, 526 W 26th St
between Tenth and Eleventh Aves (212) 274-0080, 6-8
Samuel Fosso at Jack Shainman Gallery, 513 W. 20th St., 6-8
Venske & Spanle at Margaret Thatcher Projects, 6-
Barbara Takenaga at McKenzie Fine Art, 6-8
Patrick Voigt at Perimeter Gallery, 6-8
“Lets Just Say” A Group Show…An exhibit of and by favorite local
artists at 65 Roebling and N.8th. 8-12
Marc Swanson – Live Fee or Die Bellwether 335 Grand St., 8 – 10 pm
Steven Charles at Pierogi, 7-9
Ben Parry, New World Disorder, Site-specific mechanical & electronic
installation, Sponsored by: P.H. Charitable Trust, Transatlantic Express
and Jump Ship Rat (artist collective in Liverpool, of which Ben Parry is
a member) at Black And White Gallery 483 Driggs Ave., TV World Order,
2002 Circle: 3m in diameter, figures: 1.8m high Found redundant objects,
TVs, toys, lights, mannequins, motors, ink., 6-9pm
Mary Ortner, oil paintings at Figureworks, 168 N. 6th St., 718 486-7021,
6-9
John Freyer: Bottles etc., Leonor Caraballo: Liminal Spaces at Fish Tank
Gallery, 93 N. 6th St., 718-387-4320, 7-9
Laura Emrick “The Universe s Is Accelerating in its Expansion” at Jack
The Pelican Presents, 487 Driggs Ave., 718-782-0183, 7-9
Laurie Thomas – Paintings and Drawings at Priska C. Juschka Fine Art, 97
N. 9th St., 7-10 pm
Tana Hargest at Momenta Art, 72 Berry St., 718-218-8058, 7-9
Lisa Levy’s Psychotherapy Live! at Fez, 380 Lafayette St. Special Guest
Star: Michael Musto $12 Free admission if you e-mail for guest list
to:imahomemaker@yahoo.com, 8pm
Mary Temple closing party at Mixed Greens, 601 W. 26th, 11th floor, 6-8
Dirty Old Toy Box. Paintings by Pat Berran, Don Porcella, and Antonio
Sanchez. Sculpture by Todd McCollister. Wall-drawings by Aaron Johnson
with showcase of video projections in the project space (opening night
only) at Fluxcore Art Space 340 Grand St, 11211 718 599 8640, 7-10 PM
Dibble benefit auction preview, 450 West 41st Street, noon-6
Chris Caccamise The Secret Tornado And The Power Of Being A Beast,
videos, and works on paper by Chris Caccamise. *sixtyseven 67
Metropolitan Ave. 3rd F. W’burg, Brooklyn. Take the L train to Bedford
ave. station. walk south 5 blocks to Metropolitan ave. Turn right, the
gallery is bet. Wythe and Kent ave., 7.00 – 10.00pm
Steven Charles at Pierogi, 7-9
Saturday September 6
The Douglas Dibble Memorial Art Auction Over 600 artists donated work
including Louise Bourgeois, Douglas Kelley, Tony Oursler, Paul Pfieffer
and Kiki Smith. All proceeds benefit Wallace Evelyn Dibble, the three
year old daughter of Douglas Dibble, who was an artist and adjunct
professor at Hunter College who was killed in a hit and run by a curb
lane speeder outside of the Hunter College Times Square Gallery, 450
West 41rst St., between 9th and 10th Avenues, open bar, $10-bucks, deal!
7-10, auction at 9 (best party)
NFS (Not For Sale) Artists and gallery staff have put their personal art
collections on exhibit for this show at Andrew Kreps Gallery 516 W. 20th
St. (212) 741-8849, 6-8
Ellen Berkenblit New Works at Anton Kern Gallery 532 west 20th street,
212.367.9663, 6-8 pm
Eddo Stern. GodsEye two sections: an installation of hybridized
sculptures incorporating computer hardware, and a digital video on the
Vietnam War. Both address the culture of computer war games –
simulation, historical fantasy, and nostalgia. The title GodsEye is
borrowed from the computer gaming term God’s eye Perspective which
positions the player as God/General/Wizard floating above the world and
awarded total control over cities, armies and minions. at Postmasters,
459 West 19th Street (corner of 10th Avenue), 6-8 pm
Gonzalo Lebrija, Stefan Bruggeman, and Todd Knopke I-20 Gallery 529 West
20th Street 6-8 pm
Enox Perez, Monuments at Elizabeth Dee Gallery, 545 West 20th, 6-8
Kevin Zucker at Mary Boone Gallery, 5-7
Jennifer Reeves at Galeria Ramis Barquet, 6-8
Pandoras Wink at Paul Rodgers/9W, 6-8
Manabu Yamanaka at Stefan Stux Gallery, 6-8
Kelly Hugo psuedoamorphosis at Derek Taylor Gallery, 526-30 West 20 with
St.,
James Noble at Cravath, 521 West 21st Street, ground floor, 6-8
Slater Bradley & Banks Violette at Team, 6-8
Donald Lipsko at Galerie Lelong, 6-8
James Welling at Gorney Braven + Lee, 6-8
John Mendelsohn at Cheryl Pelavin Fine Art, 13 Jay St. (212) 925-9424,
5-8
Abstruction, Sign as Surface, and Miguel Angel Rios at Artost’s Space,
38 Greene Street, 3rd Floor, 212.226.3970, 6-8
Kelly Heaton at Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, 6-8
The Drawing Center Selections Fall 2003: Internal Excess w/ Arthur
Aghajanian, Astrid Bowlby, Alix Delmas, Lorella Di Cintio, Douglas
Florian, Christine Hiebert, Jeff Konigsberg, Abigail Lazkoz, Jeanne
Lorenz, Christina Mancuso, Lamar Peterson, Kristine Robinson, Yuken
Teruya, Mie Yimat Drawing Center 35 Wooster St.(212) 219-2166, 6-8
Ben Butler at Plane Space, 102 Charles Street, 6-8
Kelly Heaton, “Live Pelt” at Ronald Feldman, 6-8
Bevery Mciver: Recent Paintings at Kent Gallery 67 Prince St., 9-11
“Playing with a Loaded Gun: Contemporary Art in Pakistan,” Apexart, 6-8
Leigh LeDare: Photography at Dactyl Foundation for the Arts, 64 Grand
St.(212) 219-2344
Multimedia exhibition, Palestine: Art of Resistance,15 young and dynamic
artists straight from Palestine at Tribes Gallery,, 285 E. 3rd Street,
2nd flr. (btw. Avenues C & D), 6-9
“Project Studio Artists,” at Painting Space 122, 4-6
Maria Elena Gonzalez: UN Real Estates- employs industrial materials to
create sculptural installations that are architecturally as well as
personally informed. The artist’s re-appropriations of architectural
symbols, blueprints and floor plans allude to the political, cultural
and emotional coding of physical space. UN Real Estates is a series of
floor plans – individual rooms and entire dwellings – that together
reference floors, rooftops or welcome mats. Art In General 79 Walker St.
(212) 219-0473
Donald Lipski at Galerie Lelong 20 W. 57th St., 5th Fl.(212) 315-0470
Everything’s Alright at DCA Gallery 525 W. 22nd St. (212) 255-5511
Marilyn Minter at Jessica Fredericks Gallery, 504 W. 22d St.(212)
633-6555
Harry Callahan: Early Experiments at Pace MacGill Gallery 534 West 25th
Street (212)929-7000
Roger Andersson, Margarita Cabrera at Sara Meltzer, 6-8
“Pandora’s Wink” (Orly Cogan, Leemour Pelli, Jennifer Toth) at Paul
Rodgers, 529 W. 20th Street, 9th Floor, 6-8
James Gobel at Kravets/Wehby, 6-8
Steven Walls at Oliver Kamm 5BE, 504 W. 22nd, 6-8
Erica Baum, “Play,” at d’Amelio Terras, 6-8
Jennifer Reeves at Galeria Ramis Barquet, 532 W. 24th, 6-8
David Robbins, Vincent Fecteau, Josh Podoll at Feature, 5:30-7:30
James Welling, “Los Angeles Photographs,” at Gorney Bravin + Lee, 6-8
Slater Bradley, Banks Violette at Team, 6-8
“A Matter of Facts,” curated by Clarissa Dalrymple, at Klagsbrun, 6-8
“Snuggle,” Mireille Brouwer:an installation of mixed media assemblages
at Holland Tunnel, 61 S. 3rd St., 4-6pm
SPONE at McCaig Welles Gallery, 129 Roebling Street, Suite B, 7-9
Sydney Licht new still life paintings, mundane objects and organic forms
are placed together so that the depiction heightens color affinities
between the vegetation and the synthetic objects call into question the
relationship between artificial and real. at lyonswiergallery, 511 W 25
St #205, 6-8
New Maps Of Hell A group show of Science Fiction and Futuristic Art
featuring Micah Moses, Ryan Sanchez, Andrew Hunt, Donald O’Finn, Bill
Byrne, Erik Stein, and Simon Jansen. Curated by Randall Mastel and David
Wolin,Special Performance by Alex McDonald aka Paranoid Larry at M3
Projects 70 Washington St. Suite 700 D.U.M.B.O Brooklyn, NY 11201, 7-10
T O D T Installs Exurbia– the territorial invasion of desire versus the
veiled resistance of ecological struggle. In Sideshow Gallery, 319
Bedford Avenue. Brooklyn, Ny 11211, 718/486-8180
Mireille Brouwer at Holland Tunnel, 4-6
Sunday September 7
“The Club in the Shadow” (Kim Gordon, Jutta Koether, music by Hawnay
Troof) at Kenny Schachter, 4-7
Socrates Sculpture Park 2003 Emerging Artist Fellowship Exhibition w/
Jane Benson, Rob de Mar, Lilah Freedland, Wade Guyton, Corin Hewitt,
McKendree Key, Ross Knight, Sarah Oppenheimer, Halsey Rodman, Trevor
Stafford, 2:00 – 6:00 pm
Food Artist Talk at Katonah Museum of, 4pm
Monday September 8
Scholars and Scrolls at China 2000 Fine Art 5 E. 57th St., 9th Fl. (212)
588-1198
James noble at Cravath, 521 West 21st Street, ground floor,
Tuesday September 9
controversial talk: Kara Walker (Excavated From the Black Heart of a
Negress, work relies on social stereotypes during the pre-Civil and
post-Civil War era. Appropriating the art of paper silhouetting, a craft
tradition popular during the 18th and 19th centuries in Europe and
America, Walker creates evocative and provocative scenes and silhouettes
of slaves and masters from the antebellum South. “I’ll say!”- DK) & SMH
deputy directorThelma Golden, Intersections: Art & Culture at Studio
Museum in Harlem 144 W. 125th St. (212) 864-4500
Gelatin at Leo Koenig, Inc., 6-8
Francis Baudevin, Nic Hess and Mathieu Mercier: Faced with
disenchantment, for some time now artists have been digging into the
enchanted world of merchandise and logos to find their inspiration. The
first imposes a drastic operation of abstractions on these objects; the
second maneuvers them with flourish and frenzy; and the third treats
them with a deference usually reserved for the great masters of
modernity.Each artist is working within his own method of sampling.
Swiss Institute 495 Broadway, 3d Fl. (212) 925-2035
International Solidarity in Cuban Poster Art – an exhibit of posters
that combine strong graphics and political statements, majority printed
in Cuba in thee 1960’s and 70’s to show solidarity with popular
struggles in Third World countries for independence against colonialism,
neocolonialism and other forms of external repression. Cuban Art Space
124 W. 23rd St. (212) 242-0559
The Responsive Eye: Ralph T. Coe and the Collecting of American Indian
Art- represents all of the regions and periods by which American Indian
Art is known today, and dates from 2000 B.C to the present. 200 objects
will be displayed. Metropolitan Museum of Art 1000 Fifth Ave (212)
535-7710
Senga Nengudi Repondez S’il Vous Plait – Nylon Mesh Pieces, 1975-77 at
Thomas Erben, 516 West 20th Stree , Ph: 212-645.8701. 6-8
Art Jean Tinguely at Van de Weghe Fine, 6-8
Enter Artist Takashi Murakami’s psychedelic drug crazed mushroom
bugged-out pin headed fantasy world of garishly body painted pneumaticly
over inflated breast symbols at York City’s Rockefeller Center. NY
city’s most famous Plaza will be transformed into a fantastical pop
cityscape, a major outdoor art exhibition organized by the Public Art
Fund and Tishman Speyer properties and presented by Target stores will
feature the artist largest freestanding sculptured to date, two giant
floating balloons (), artists designed flags, a forest of mushrooms
seating, 30 Rockefeller Center look “Mr. Pointy”, 6-9
Wednesday September 10
Lee Krasner at Robert Miller Gallery, 6-8
Amanda Church’ Deep Pucci”at the (new) Kathleen Cullen Gallery.
917-825-1269, 526 West 26th St Rm. 312, 6-8
Me, Myself & I at First Street Gallery, 6-8
Abbey Williams at Foxy Production, 547 West 27th St, 6-9pm (Welcome to
da neighborhood.)
Markings: Sacred Landscapes at Throckmorton Fine Art 153 E. 61st St.
(212) 223-1059
Carol Rama at Esso, 531 W. 26th, 6-8
New York In Contemporary Spanish Art Four Views of NYC at Paul Sharpe
Contemporary Art, 86 Walker Street, Floor Six, 6-9 Richard Stankiewicz
at AXA, 5:30-7:30 (invite required)
Theresa Chong at Danese, 6-8
Elaine Kurtz & Ron Mehlman at Kouros Gallery, 6-8
Thursday September 11
Christian Schumann / Gary Panter, Energy Regulation at Gering Gallery,
534 West 22nd Street, between 10th and 11th Avenues, ground floor, 6-8pm
Hans Neleman: Night Chicas at Ricco/Maresca Gallery 529 W. 20th St., 3d
Fl. (212) 627-4819
Israel Horovitz: 3 Weeks After Paradise at a singular, personal and
profoundly moving response by renowned playwright Israel Horovitz to the
attacks on the World Trade Center. City University Of New York –
Graduate Center (CUNY) 365 Fifth Ave. (212) 817-8215
Middle East Peace Quilt – consists of 20 quilt panels with accompanying
narrative written by contributors, addressing the question “What is your
vision of peace in the Middle East?” The artwork was constructed by 300
Jews, Palestinians and others from mostly North American under the
supervision of artist Sima Elizabeth Shefrin at Cathedral of St. John
the Divine 1047 Amsterdam Ave. (212) 316-7540
Richard Pousette-Dart: Metamorphoses at Knoedler & Company 19 E. 70th
St. (212) 794-0550
Theresa Chong- drawings translate music into visual equivalents inspired
by Korean calligraphy, Roman alphabet and Arabic numbers. Danese
Gallery, 41 E. 57th St., 6th Fl. (212) 223-2227
Friday September 12
Mario Dellavedova “But all that remains is founded by poets. (The
dopolavoro.) Ovidian victims.” characterized by a heavily textured and
freely sculpted surface that corresponds to the liquefied red letters of
the title encircling it. The artist also takes the evocative power of
language as the starting point for a bright orange rug with deep blue
trim woven in Guadalajara, Mexico. The rug is a solid block of color,
except for one white spot featuring the words of writer E.M. Cioran: “Je
vadrouille a travers les jours comme une putaine dans une monde sans
trottoirs” / “I wander through the days like a whore in a world with no
sidewalks”. By disturbing the uniformity of the piece, this absence of
color imbues the viewer – or in this case, the “wanderer” – with the
same sense of disorientation that Cioran describes. At Sperone Westwater
415 West 13th Street, 2nd Floor, 6-8
Graham Parks: New Paintings & Susan Silton “Twisters andTwisted” in the
front gallery and “Environs” a group show featuring Emilio Ambasz, Birds
Portchmouth Russum Architects, Frank Breuer, Gregory Crewdson, Doug
Hall, Pali Kashi, Jae Shin, Skeet McAuley, Enoc Perez, Doug Wada in the
basement at Feigen Contemporary, 535 W 20th Street, 6-8
Jason Rhoades, “Meccatuna”, (through October 25) at David Zwirner, 525
W. 19th, 6-8
“Breaking Ground, ” a show of landscape themed collage and assemblage by
nine emerging artists. White Rooms: Dan Levenson and Gary Cruz at White
Columns, 320 West 13 Street, [entrance on Horatio Street] 6-8
Bonnie Collura at Susan Inglett’s new location Grand Opening. 535 West
22 Street, singlett@iceditions.com, 6-8.
George Peck at Florence Lynch Gallery , 6-8
Maki Tamura at Lucas Schoormans Gallery, 6-8
Coke ONeala t Mixed Greens Gallery , 6-8
Robert Mapplethorpe at Sean Kelly Gallery, 43 Mercer St.(212) 343-2405
New Works by Thor: Icelandic perspectives on conflict and deception.
Gallery Boreas133 Roebling St., Williamsburg, 6-9
Maggie Michael and Dan Steinhilber (Steinhilbers first solo Museum
exhibit will opens in September at the Hirschhorn Museum, and his work
is currently featured in Census of us at the Corcoran Art Gallery.)at
Kimberly at Kimberly Varnardos GGallery, 1014 Madison Avenue, between
78th and 79th, 6-8
Claire Corey, Hybrid, at Ten in One Gallery, 526 W. 26th St. #316 (3rd
floor), 5-8
“Breaking Boundaries” Exploration and Collaboration at Atlantic Center
for the Arts W/ Artists: Edward Albee, Terry Allen, Gregory Amenoff,
Stephen Antonakos, Louis Ballard, Lynda Benglis, Henry Brant, Wendell
Castle, Joseph Chaikin, Fred Chappell, Elizabeth Cook-Lynn, John
Corigliano, David Del Tredici, James Dickey, Mark Dion, Donald Erb,
Heide Fasnacht, Molissa Fenley, Janet Fish, Robert Frank, Allen
Ginsberg, Doris Grumbach, Anthony Hecht, William Kentridge, Joan
LaBarbara, Michael Lucero, Malcolm Morley, Yuri Nagawara, David Nash,
Philip Pearlstein, Francine du Plessix Gray, Terry Riley, Carolee
Schneemann, Donald Sultan,Yuji Takahashi, Augusta Read Thomas, John
Torreano, Chinary Ung, Ursula Von Rydingsvard, Kay WalkingStick, William
Wegman, Mac Wellman, John Edgar Wideman, Fumio Yoshimura. Curator:
Judith Page ar Ise Cultural Foundation Gallery, 555 Broadway, Basement
Floor, New York, NY 10012. [Between Prince/Spring St.] 6:30-8:30
Christine Heindl at Clementine Gallery 526 W. 26th St., 2d Fl.
Haiti! The Spirit of Freedom, a cultural extravaganza of Haitian music,
dance, art and film presentations.at Symphony Space 2537 Broadway (212)
864-5400
Sava Sekulic at Phyllis Kind Gallery, 136 Greene St.(212) 925-1200
Group at Ward Nasse Chelsea sponsored by Vox Vodka, 7-11
Talent 2003 Group Show at Allan Stone Gallery. 113 E. 90th St. (212)
987-4997
Fetish, photographic series by Austrian artist Georg Eger, incorporates
the fundamental aspects of the ViennaActionist movement of the 1960s:
derivation frommimetic painting, emphasis on the body, reference to
psychoanalytical themes, and the notion that the work has a therapeutic
value. While the Actionistsconcentrated on manipulating the jarring,
visceral nature of action, Eger refines this process, condensing it into
the capturing of one crucial and telling moment to arrive at the same
cathartic end (?) at Buia Gallery, 541 W. 23rd St., 212 366 9915, 6-8
33 MacDougal Alley: the interlocking sculpture of Isamu Noguchi at
PaceWildenstein, 32 East 57 St.
Maria Barbosa, New Work; Prints and sculptures by this Maryland based
artist. Public Reception: Sept 11at CH’I: An Art Space, 184 Kent Ave.
#511, 718 302 3689, 6-9
If in Houston…Dannielle Tegeder “Underground Safety Utopias, Love Dot
Boilers, Escape Plans, Expulsion Area, Aviation Towers and Community
Chrysalis” and Jane Callister at Mixture Contemporary Art at 1709
Westheimer at Dunlavy in Houston, Texas. 6-8 www.mixturegallery.com.
Saturday September 13
Juergen Teller Daddy Youre So Cute (right) atLeaman Maupin, 540 West
26th Street, 6-8
Graham Parks: New Paintings at Feigen Contemporary 535 W. 20th St. (212)
929-0500, 6-8
Jim Shaw Drawings at Metro Pictures, 519 West 24th Street, 6 – 8 PM.
Curator’s Talk: John Singer Sargent’s The Spanish Dance at Hispanic
Society Of America, Broadway and 155th St. Washington Heights (212)
926-2234
Daniel Chard and Fred Scruton and James Van Patten amd Robyn and Wohl
and Tim Prythero at O.K. Harris Gallery 383 W. Broadway (212) 431-3600
Jenifer Kobylarz- Robert Appleton, both, new paintingsat Edward Thorp
Gallery 210 Eleventh Ave. 6th floor 212 691-6565, 6-8
Landscapes of Resistance and Reclusion in 17th-Century China.focuses on
landscape paintings created by “leftover subjects” of the Ming dynasty
living in the vicinity of Nanjing. Metropolitan Museum of Art 1000 Fifth
Ave (212) 535-7710
‘Red Boat on the Canal: Cantonese Opera in New York Chinatown.’ Museum
of Chinese in the Americas 70 Mulberry St. (212) 619-4785
Nicole Carstens: A retrospective, 1958-2001 at Bromwyn Keenan Gallery, 3
Crosby Street, 6-9
Innocence & Transgression an exhibition curated by John Zorn at Ellen
Donahue And Ronald Sosinski The Proposition w/ Morton Bartlett, Hans
Bellmer, Claude Cahun, Bruce Conner, Joseph Cornell, Henry Darger,
Richard Foreman, Madge Gill, Kyung Jeon, Pierre Molinier, Edmund
Monsiel, Mariko Mori, Felicien Rops, Jack Smith, Maruo Suehiro, Ashley
Thayer, Helen Butler Wells. & Video Installation By John Zorn, 559 West
22nd Street 212 242-0035, 6-8
Norma Markley The Unprivate (subversive embroidered towels allude to
bodily function).at im n iL Gallery, 213 Franklin Greenpoint (Brooklyn),
718-349-6510, G train to Greenpoint Ave. Gallery at corner of Franklin
and Freeman. 7-9 pm
September 13th special walj program presented by the Bard Graduate
Center in conjunction with the exhibition Thomas Jefffaux: architect and
designer. Take a closer look to your surroundings during of the walking
toir of Murray Hilll magnificence: ecclesiastical architecture and other
treasures Tour starts at the Church of the Reinncarnation, corner of
35th and Madison Avenue 1 to 3:00 p.m.
Sunday September 14
Eldridge Street Project presents “Nephesh,” a site specific installation
by Donna Ruff, 3-5 PM.

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