Thursday, May 10th
Bohemian National Hall
A consortium of leading specialists will offer traditional African, Asian, Oceanic, and Native American works of art of the highest quality, including rare masterpieces as well as more affordable items.
Spanish artist Domingo Zapata will be displaying her Polaroid portraits of Lindsay Lohan and Kim Kardashian at the Dream Downtown, 355 West 16 Street, this evening from 8pm to 11pm.
From 6pm to 8pm, tonight through June 16th, The Pace/Macgill Gallery will exhibit works by Robert Frank, Lee Friedlander, Josef Koudelka, Duane Michals, and Paolo Robersi. These artists have directly been influenced by the anthropological work of the post WWII photographer.
Tonight Parsons will present 22 artists who address diverse critical and socio-political questions working through a wide-ranging vocabulary of formal languages and media. Count me in.
Metropolitan Museum of Art,1000 Fifth Avenue
“Explore the striking affinities between Elsa Schiaparelli and Miuccia Prada, two Italian designers from different eras.”
The Keszler Gallery, 935 Madison Avenue.
Pioneering fashion photographer Marco Glaviono spearheaded the “supermodels” movement as well as the digital revolution in his field. Tonight will feature his more prominent works.
Saturday May 12th
White Columns, 320 West 13 Street
Featuring works by over 80 artists, White Columns is one of NYC’s oldest alternative art spaces. Join the cocktail party and auction at 7pm.
Dia:Beacon, Riggio Galleries,3 Beekman Street. 11:30 Am- 6pm
The Dia Art Foundation will be presenting major installations from artists such as Dan Flavin, Donald Judd, On Kawara, Sol LeWitt, Agnes Martin, Robert Ryman, Richard Serra, Robert Smithson and Lawrence Weiner and will include a special exhibition, Opus + One by Jean-Luc Moulène
Thursday, May 20th
Queens Museum of Art,49th Ave.at111th St., Queens, NY
Greenpoint born photographer, Frank Oscar observed NYC streets, taking candid portraits of police, shoe repair men, chefs, etc. This collection features a series of found negatives from Oscar’s collection.
Paul Kasmin Gallery at 293 Tenth Avenue& 515 West 27 Street will host the collaborative works of married couple, François-Xavier and Claude Lalanne. Their surrealist’s sculptures have been making an impression since the 1960s.