Don’t Miss These 6 Art Events in New York This Week

Head to MoMA, the New Museum, and Storm King.

Photo: Facebook/Swiss Institute.

WEDNESDAY September 2

Photo: Facebook/Swiss Institute.

Photo: Facebook/Swiss Institute.

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

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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.

 

Andrej Ujhazy, Untitled, 2015. Photoshop painting.

Andrej Ujhazy, Untitled (2015).

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

Mangelos (Dimitrije Bašicevic). Manifest de la relation (1976). Image: MoMA/ © 2015 Estate of Mangelos (Dimitrije Bašicevic).

Mangelos (Dimitrije Bašicevic). Manifest de la relation (1976). Image: MoMA/ © 2015 Estate of Mangelos (Dimitrije Bašicevic).

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.

 

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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

Martine Syms, still from Notes on Gesture (2015).

Martine Syms, still from Notes on Gesture (2015).

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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