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A Movable Dance: Dances for a Variable Population Wanders Harlem in “10027”

Thursday night kicked off the first of three nights of performance for the dance troupe Dances for a Variable Population’s June 2015 performance of 10027. Part nomadic amble, part celebration […]

Group On: GROUP Show at Tatiana Pagés Gallery, Harlem

Threads deftly dive between sheets of paper while across the room, stitches hold together a giant plaster heart seemingly suspended in leather skins. Welcome to the wonderful world of GROUP Show […]

Meaning + Process at Sophia Narrett’s Arts + Leisure solo show, “This Meant Nothing”

Desire is a potent force in Narrett’s threaded creations on display at Arts + Leisure for her solo show, This Meant Nothing, on view through June 28. Figures woven into […]

Linda Cunningham’s Urban Oasis at Westchester Square in the Bronx

Amorphous forms hover in the traffic island near East Tremont Ave, beckoning pedestrians to approach and encounter an industrial ecosystem within the urban terrain. Twisted steel beams rise up among […]

Hunter MFA Thesis Show 2015, Pt Deux

The MFA’s are at it again. Graduating students in the MFA Hunter College program are gearing up for tonight’s opening of the second half of the Senior Thesis show for […]

On the Up and Uptown: Flux Art Fair to Launch May 14 in Harlem

Call it what you want, but don’t call it a moment: Harlem has an entrenched culture of incredible arts, music, literature, comedy, food–the list continues. Now there is yet another jewel […]

Social Justice, Social Art: Restoring Honor to the Oscar Lopez Rivera Mural in East Harlem

Oscar Lopez Rivera : an iconic Puerto Rican community activist whose presence was significantly felt in both New York and Chicago. His legacy lives on here in New York City […]

What If? 8 Places Christo Could Let New Yorkers Walk on Water

I was one of many who celebrated with a happy dance when I saw the news that Christo is building The Floating Piers, a floating walkway in Lake Iseo allowing visitors […]

Right to Remain Silent: Protest in the age of Tania Bruguera and thawing US-Cuba relations

There’s no denying it; Americans have a Cuban fetish. Whether festooning vacation homes with Cuban cigars or discussing their recent “exclusive” tour to the Caribbean nation, privileged Americans have embraced […]

Modern Modes of Mimesis : Discussing the End of the Image at Triple Canopy

Tonight Triple Canopy is holding a discussion on art in the age of mechanical–er, digital–reproduction. “The End of the Image” is scheduled for 6:30 pm tonight, Friday 4/10, at 155 Freeman […]

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