The latest exhibition to grace Eli Klein Fine Art is to be “Lost in Art,” Liu Bolin’s fourth solo exhibition at the gallery. On display, will be new works by the internationally renowned “Invisible Man,” including his most recent collaboration with Harper’s Bazaar and fashion powerhouses Gaultier, Lanvin, Missoni, and Valentino.
Artist Liana Finck presents original drawings from A Bintel Brief, her debut graphic novel based on The Forward’s beloved advice column. Finck’s single-page vignettes bring to life the heartbreaking and humorous dilemmas of young immigrants seeking advice on everything from matters of the heart to new world manners.
Front Room is pleased to present “Useful Things (For Getting Lost)”, a solo exhibition of new work by Melissa Pokorny. As the title suggests, this show is about looking—for things, at things, or through things. It’s about the pleasure that can be had from getting lost, as well as the anxiety that can produce in those left behind.
A museum is nothing without a gift shop. A museum without nudes is really no fun at all. This the best of all worlds: a museum attached to a gift shop with nothing but nudes. In her inaugural exhibition at DODGEgallery, Ellen Harvey offers several strangely beautiful and hilarious explorations of the art nude that both question and exploit our fascination with depictions of our naked bodies to create an intentionally contradictory and often incoherent model of art as a form of desire.
As of January 10th, 2012, John Miserendino began work on his project, Pavilion, as part of Recess’s signature program, Session. Session invites artists to use its public space as studio, exhibition venue and grounds for experimentation. For Pavilion, Miserendino has reinterpretted Dan Graham’s original plans for his architectural structures. The middling reception will be held February 17, 2012. 6-8pm.
Check out the works of the lovely Meghan Oare at Cafe Deux Margot on February 20th from 6:30-11pm. Accompanying, is guest violinist, Cassandra Sotos and musician/song writer, Aaron Short from London performing.
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