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Jul 28 Molly Barnes Presents Bruce Richards

Bruce Richards Has received a Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts (1976), First Award, 8th National Print Exhibition, Los Angeles Print Society (1984), Print Commission, LACMA Graphics Arts Council ( 1992) Individual Artist Grants in Painting from the … Continue reading

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Jul 27 Thu Molly Barnes Presents Linda Stein

(Brooklyn Musueum) Linda Stein is a sculptor living and working in Manhattan and East Hampton, New York. Her work has been permeated by the concept of protection for the past three decades. The body of work created in this period … Continue reading

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Jul 24 Met 10am-noon Cristóbal de Villalpando: Mexican Painter of the Baroque

Cristóbal de Villalpando (ca. 1649–1714), the leading painter in the 1680s in viceregal Mexico, was also one of the most innovative and accomplished artists in the entire Spanish world. The magnificent centerpiece of the exhibition Cristóbal de Villalpando: Mexican Painter … Continue reading

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Jul 20 Thu Met Breuer Exhibition Illuminating the Career of Italian Architect and Designer Ettore Sottsass (Jul 21 Fri–Oct 8 Sun)

Ettore Sottsass: Design Radical A seminal figure in 20th-century design, the Italian architect and designer Ettore Sottsass (1917–2007) created a vast body of work, the result of an exceptionally productive career that spanned more than six decades. The exhibition at … Continue reading

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Jul 12 Wed-13 Thu CE Week-Showstoppers-GetgeekedNY at The Metropolitan Pavilion 125 W 18 St

CE Week 2017 – What’s in store … Once again this year, CE Week has partnered with getgeeked New York and ShowStoppers to create the tech industry’s only “B2E” (business-to-everyone) event. Participating companies can set up once at the Metropolitan … Continue reading

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Jun 25 Sun-27 Tues Summer Fancy Food Show Largest Yet, With Classics New and Old, Italy in Lead

Taste cornucopia One of the great celebrations of summer in NYC is the Fancy Food Show, where if the weather is fine the attendees are well dressed and an upbeat party mood prevails as for example this year when 180,000 … Continue reading

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Jun 20 Tues 8pm Sparkling Polish Gem at Soho International Film Fest: The Eccentrics (On the Sunny Side of the Street)

Freedom through music An unobtrusive comedy much better than the simple description in the Soho International Film Festival program at Village East Cinema at 2nd Ave and 12th st, The Eccentrics: On the Sunny Side of the Street is an … Continue reading

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Jun 14 Wed 6-8pm Susan Eley Art Beyond the Ban: Contemporary Iranian Art Here

Iranian Art Here Many of the 200,000 Iranians in the region arrived at Susan Eley’s increasingly prominent brownstone gallery on West 90 last evening and they networked with a gusto that filled the spaces of her two up-one-flight rooms and … Continue reading

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Jun 13 Tue 4pm-7pm 120 Park Avenue Bloomberg’s Government’s “Building the Economy of the Future: Central Europe in a Post-Brexit World

Hungary charms investors Hungary in the person of Budapest architecture professor Erno Rubik came up with the most famous technotoy of all time in 1974, since when 350 million plus copies of the impossible Cube have been sold, and the … Continue reading

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Jun 12 Mon 10am-Noon Met – Bamboo Art of Japan, Abbey Collection, The Sackler Wing Galleries (Jun 13-Feb 4 18)

Bamboo art and time Fast growing, enduring, and pliable when treated bamboo is the preferred food of pandas who live on its shoots, part of the daily life of East Asia for two millennia (the Chinese and Japanese characters for … Continue reading

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Jun 7 Wed 7.30pm HBO’s VICE presents “Taking Back Iraq & Lost Generation” with New America NYC and discussion between “Lost Generation” editor Joe Langford and producer David McDougall, hosted by correspondents Aris Roussinos and Isobel Yeung at Lincoln Center David Rubenstein Atrium Bway 62/63

Bullseye shorts make even makers cry On the huge screen in the David Rubenstein Atrium two shorts on Iraq offered with thunderous sound track brief but arrow-penetrating glimpses of the on-the-ground reality of Iraq, first with Taking Back Iraq dynamic … Continue reading

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Jun 2 Fri-4th Sun Massive Resistance – CUNY Left Forum at John Jay College

Join us for Left Forum, 2017 (June 2nd – 4th) at John Jay College in New York City. John Jay College of Criminal Justice 899 10th Avenue. Now in its 13th year, Left Forum has grown into one the largest … Continue reading

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May 31 Wed-Jun 2 Fri Vast BookExpo offers Treasure Trove of Science and Current Affairs Books

Nothing like this huge, multilayered annual celebration of books, the ultimate in handy briefings on the cutting edge on science and current affairs of every field. A great must-go event, bursting with books and book fans of every kind, booksellers, … Continue reading

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May 13 Sat 3pm Vaughan Williams and Barber – Tami Petty Soprano Malcolm J. Merriweather Baritone with Choral Society Director John Maclay at Grace Church 11th and Bway

Dissonant icing on glorious choral cake A grand space without muddying echo once again provides a beautiful backdrop for two composers who are generally more palatable than their more advanced 20th Century rivals and this selection of their music related … Continue reading

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May 12 Fri Noon Molly Barnes at Roger Smith presents Phyllis Tuchman

Critic and curator Phyllis Tuchman has curated shows of George Segal and Robert Motherwell at Guild Hall, the Smithsonian and the Long House Reserve. She writes for Art and Auction, the New York Observer and the New York Times. phyllis … Continue reading

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