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Between $18 cocktails at The Armory Show and two floors of great art at SPRING/BREAK, there's a lot to see this weekend, the tail-end of Armory Week. The highest concentration of Brooklyn galleries and artists is, unsurprisingly, at New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) and at SPRING/BREAK—Hyperallergic called NADA "the perennial cool-kids fair" and New York Magazine's Senior Art Critic Jerry Saltz said of SPRING/BREAK, "I really saw a lot of good stuff at this one last...
Lauren Seiden, Reflections in a Void (2016) Shows that opened within a few weeks of November 11, 2016 had a lot to bear. Notices for openings were accompanied with phrases like "let's be together in these hard times" and "i'd like to see the people i love rn". It was (and remains) impossible to see any work without this new veil of terror, and not many shows matched the unforeseen challenge; not their fault. Although wild, sensitive, and sometimes dark, none of the...
Keep seeing, keep looking! This is a weekly, mostly Brooklyn-based compendium of art happenings. FORTNIGHT INSTITUTE: DICKS — EXHIBITION & DISCUSSION It's a good time to consider the dick. Look at a lot of them—trapped in rock, sketched, oiled, bent, squashed, hard, soft and more—at Fortnight Institute's show, featuring eight artists (one of them male). Tonight, six of those women (Elizabeth Berdann, Mira Schor, Aurel Schmidt, Aura Rosenberg, and Betty Tompkins) will discuss the dick. RSVP required. Discussion: 6:00PM — 8:00PM Wednesday, November...
A weekly compendium of mostly Brooklyn-based, always edifying art events.  GUGGENHEIM: AGNES MARTIN You're right! The Guggenheim isn't in Brooklyn! And Agnes Martin doesn't live in Brooklyn, either! She's dead, and she never lived in Brooklyn. But I argue that if Agnes Martin were alive in New York right this second, she would probably live in Red Hook: this is based in part on the fact that when she did live in New York, she lived in quiet, watery Coenties...

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