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From highly-conceptualized thought diagrams of the digital age to the lost collection of a photography legend, this week's art round up spans generations. Check out Dennis Hopper's rarest photos of the 1960s at the Gagosian Gallery or view pieces dating back to the 19th century at the AIPAD Photography Show at the Park Avenue Armory. Then zoom ahead to the future where tweet-length texts complement the complex geometric charts of Andrew Kuo in You Say Tomato—you won't look at 140 characters the same again. More»
Planning for the weeks ahead? Dine at the Plaza Hotel for the Henry Street Settlement's 2013 Gala, stop by Milk Gallery to see Dennis Stock's photographs from "The Golden Age of Hollywood," and join Diane von Furstenberg and Tina Brown for the 4th Annual DVF Awards. Here are 10 parties to get on your radar. More»
An artist praised and recognized for his high culture contrasted with low culture, Rashaad Newsome has created a distinct language for himself and his work. From using chamber music to hip hop instrumentals in his work, his pieces reach a performance level cutting through mediums of video, collage, and sculpture. He creates new dimensions of perspective, drawing upon these subcultures that, in fact, have quite a lot in common.
[Stefano Tonchi, Rashaad Newsome] More»
Didn't win the Mega Millions? That's alright, SculptureCenter is hosting their own lottery, where everyone who buys a ticket walks away with a work of art. Also in this week's roundup -- the historic Andrew Freedman mansion reopens for art and speakeasy fun, David Lyle is 'Misbehaving' at Lyons Wier Gallery, and Family Business will exhibit anyone who leaves art at their door. Pick your lucky numbers, y'all, and let's get to it. More»
Last night, Marlborough Gallery held an opening reception for the debut of their new multi-generational exhibition. The exhibition featured contemporary works of art by New York and London-based artists, including Katherine Bernhardt, Alistair Frost, R.B. Kitaj, Larry Rivers, Max Schumann, and Michael Williams. More»
Last night, Seann William Scott and Liev Schreiber attended the premiere of Goon, Courtney Love, Daphne Guiness, and Amanda Lepore celebrated David LaChapelle's exhibition opening, Regina Spektor held a benefit concert at the Rose Theater, Ramona Singer made an appearance at Serafina UWS opening, and so much more. Last night's parties were all about the opening night celebrations!
Monday, May 20
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.