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Not a ton of shows, but a good summer week to see art.
Be sure to check the site often as new shows are added daily. - Alexandra Schoell, Editor.
Lucy Beech "Results That Move You" at James Fuentes LLC
Chinatown/LES: 55 Delancey street, 6-8pm
Screening: Alberto Denis, Alexandra Shilling, Ann Robideaux, Camilla Maling, Elizabeth Dran, Heather Hoffman, Kathryn Shearing, Skye MacLeod "Below the Metal, Skin" curated by chashama at chashama (Anita's Way)
42 street: 4 Times Square, 3:30-6:30pm
Panel Discussion: "Dialogue & Studio: Chalkware" at American Folk Art Museum
66 street: 2 Licoln Center, Columbus Avenue at 66th Street, 6-8:30pm
Takeshi Sato "World of Roller Art" at Ouchi Gallery
Brooklyn, Misc.: 170 Tillary street, Suite 105, 7-10pm
Reading: Jami Attenberg "Saint Mazie" at Sean Kelly
36 street: 475 Tenth Avenue, 6-8pm
Doug Argue, Jay Zukerkorn, Jean-Francois Rauzier, Karen Gunderson, Kim Keever, Trevor Bell "Summer Group Show" at Waterhouse and Dodd New York
75 street: 958 Madison Avenue, 3rd fl, RSVP, 6-8pm
Panel Discussion: Donna Dennis, Dorothea Rockburne, Philip Pearlstein, Roberto Juarez "Abstraction & Figuration" Strange Bedfellows? curated by Maura Reilly at National Academy Museum & School of Fine Arts
89 street: 1083 Fifth avenue, at 89 street, RSVP, 6:30-8pm
Performance: Jillian Peña "Open Studios with Jillian Pena" curated by Lower Manhattan Cultural Council at Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC)
Downtown: 125 Maiden lane, floor 2, 6-7:30pm
Screening: Jeff Nunokawa, Jocelyn Taylor, Julie Tolentino, Nguyen Tan Hoang, Pamela Sneed, Robert Garcia, Robert Mignott, Wellington Love "Clit Club Reactivated" curated by Leeroy Kun Young Kang, Vivian Crockett at Participant Inc.
Chinatown/LES: 253 E Houston street, 6-10pm
Lorraine Byrnes, Theresa Byrnes "Offspring" at Theresa Byrnes Studio & Project Space
9 street: 616 E 9 street, 5-8pm
Panel Discussion: Katya Grokhovsky at SOHO20 Gallery
28 street: 548 W 28 street, suite 333, 7-9pm
Performance: Will Rawls "Open Studios with Will Rawls" curated by Lower Manhattan Cultural Council at Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC)
Downtown: 125 Maiden lane, floor 2, 3:30-5pm
Performance: Juliana May "Open Studios with Juliana May" curated by Lower Manhattan Cultural Council at Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC)
Downtown: 125 Maiden lane, floor 2, 1:30-3pm
Closing reception: Eliu Almonte, Everett Kane, Geraldo Mercado, Holly-Anne Buck, Jane Oldfield, Jessica Fairfax Hirst, Jin-kang Park, John Bonafede, Jonathan Kopp, Julia Guzzio, Lauren Elizabeth, Leslie Claire, Mars Gomes, Michael Maeillo, Nicole Brydson, Robert Goldkind, Robin Grearson, So "Sanctum Sanctorum" curated by Ventiko at Gallery Sensei
Chinatown/LES: 278 Grand street, 6-11pm
Ngawang Jorden "Buddha Within You: An Exploration of the Mind Within" at Tibet House Museum/Gallery
15 street: 22 W 15 street, 6-8pm
Tour: "Storylines: Contemporary Art at the Guggenheim" curated by Carmen Hermo, Joan Young, Katherine Brinson, Nancy Spector, Nat Trotman at The Guggenheim Museum
89 street: 1071 Fifth avenue, at 89 street, noon
Annie Bielski, Ben Regozin "Full Body Support" curated by Tara Plath at Songs for Presidents
Brooklyn, Misc.: 1673 Gates avenue, Ridgewood, basement, 7-9pm
Screening: Ester Martin Bergsmark "Something Must Break" curated by Clara López Menéndez at PIONEER WORKS
Brooklyn, Misc.: 159 Pioneer street, $10, 8:30pm
Lauren Comito, Sarah Pater "Nothing / Will Have Taken Place / but the Place" curated by Hilary Doyle at Projekt722
Brooklyn, Williamsburg: 722 Metropolitan Ave, 2nd fl, 6-9pm
"HYPE: The Life of Billy 'Silver Dollar' Baxter" curated by David P. Ohliger at Janet Kurnatowski Gallery
Brooklyn, Greenpoint: 205 Norman avenue, 7-9pm
Screening: Erin Marie Dunn, Samantha Harmon "This Dog Needs A Name" curated by Kerry Cox at Good Work Gallery
Brooklyn, Misc.: 1100 Broadway, 8pm
"Black and White and Summerscapes" at Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition (BWAC)
Brooklyn, Misc.: 499 Van Brunt street, 1-6pm
Tour: Doris Salcedo, Storylines "Summer Sunday Family Tours: Start a Story" at The Guggenheim Museum
89 street: 1071 Fifth avenue, at 89 street, $20 per family (includes museum admission and tour for two adults and up to four children), $15 members, free for Family Members and Kids Club members., 10:30am-noon
Performance: Gerard & Kelly "Timelining" at The Guggenheim Museum
89 street: 1071 Fifth avenue, at 89 street, Pay What You Wish, 5:45-10pm
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