The Christopher Henry Gallery will proudly present VES PITTS: MEOW. This is the gallery’s 3rd solo show of the New York based photographer. Pitts is known for his keen eye for capturing the most unusual and intriguing of personalities on the New York, New Orleans, London and Paris underground scene; including burlesque acts, performance artists, the erotic and Gay subculture, which the artist has documented masterfully over the past 18 years. Opening Thursday April 12th.
What better way to to welcome April than by listening to some tunes and seeing some art. Meghan Oare, Chris Bartick and Frank Corva would like to welcome you to Klimat, in the East Village, tonight from 7-11pm.
Showing at the Abrons Arts Center, "Every Inch a Man," a five-week, site-specific performance and installation by Bryan Zanisnik in the Upper Main Gallery. From Thursday through Sunday each week, 1 – 6pm, Zanisnik will read Philip Roth’s The Great American Novel within a life-size Plexiglas container specially designed to fan baseball cards and outdated currency.
Symbolic Collection, one of the world's greatest collections of twentieth-century pop culture, is proud to present a collection of fine art works by music icon and Rolling Stones band member Ronnie Wood in a worldwide exhibit entitled Faces, Time and Places.
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.