Don’t Miss These 6 Art Events in New York This Week
Head to MoMA, the New Museum, and Storm King.
WEDNESDAY September 2
1. 160 Dots: Jonathan Horowitz
Swiss Institute invites you to be among 160 participants to paint a dot with artist Jonathan Horowitz in reprisal of his popular Frieze work.
Swiss Institute, 18 Wooster St. 7pm.
THURSDAY September 3
2. BOMB Film Night: Josh & Benny Safdie’s Daddy Longlegs
BOMB hosts a screening of the acclaimed film Daddy Longlegs and a conversation with the filmmakers.
Roulette, 509 Atlantic Avenue. 7pm.
3. First Look: Brushes at the New Museum
The panel discussion First Look: Brushes features artists Laura Brothers and Andrej Ujhazy, art historian Alex Bacon, and others meeting to discuss digital painting in the gallery and beyond.
New Museum, 235 Bowery. 7 pm.
SATURDAY September 5
4. Transmissions: Art in Eastern Europe and Latin America, 1960-1980 at the Museum of Modern Art
An exhibition that reflects changing attitudes in art produced in Eastern Europe and Latin America during a time of tumultuous social activity, “Transmissions: Art in Eastern Europe and Latin America, 1960-1980” explores “the embrace of institutional critique and an emphasis on the creation of art outside a market context.”
Museum of Modern Art, 11 West 53rd Street. 10:30am.
5. Sentences on Conceptual Art Karaoke at Public Address
The event melds performance art and pop songs in its “nod to Baldessari Sings LeWitt.” The karaoke session will be live-streamed on the gallery’s website from 8pm.
Public Address, 3611 14th Avenue, Room 607, Brooklyn. 7 pm.
SUNDAY September 6
6. Chelsea Knight and Martine Syms at Storm King Art Center
The Center for Experimental Lectures hosts artists Chelsea Knight and Martine Syms presenting new performance-lectures for its fourth annual Labor Day event. Additional presentations by Amelia Bande and Jeannine Tang for The Shandaken Project.
Storm King Art Center, 1 New Museum Road, New Windsor, NY. 3pm.
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