Tuesday, April 3, 2012

This Week in NYC

This Week in NYC:

This week in NYC, SculptureCenter hosts its annual benefit “Lucky Draw,” an event where each ticket holder is guaranteed to walk away with an artwork and the order of selection is determined by a random drawing. Participating artists include both up-and-comers and established names, such as Afruz Amighi, Uri Aran, Olaf Breuning, Claes Oldenburg, and Marianne Vitale. Tickets for this year sold out fast, so if you weren’t lucky enough to get one, be sure to mark your calendars for next year.
The High Line unveils a new work by British artist David Shrigley as part of their High Line Billboard series, in which an artist takes over a 25-by-75 foot billboard overlooking the High Line at 18th Street. Past artists in the series include John Baldessari, Joel Sternfeld, and Robert Adams. Anne Collier, whose work was also a part of the series last year, has a solo show of new works at Anton Kern Gallery opening this week. Other highlights this week include a group show of young artists at West Street Gallery and an installation by Valentin Carron at 303 Gallery.
For a full listing of this week’s events, click here

Tuesday, April 3
Lower East Side
Art Connects New York’s Second Annual Benefit

The Door, 555 Broome Street
Hennessey Youngman: Itsa small, small world

Family Business, 520 W 21 Street
Wednesday, April 4
Lucky Draw 2012

SculptureCenter, 44-19 Purves Street
Groundbreaking: The Factory, A fundraiser for FIGMENT

Safe Harbor Studio, 446 Broadway, 3rd floor
Spring by Sonja Eisenberg

Leonard Tourne Gallery, 463 Broome St.

Cheryl Hazan Gallery, 35 North Moore Street

Matt Devine, Unbridled, 2011. Courtesy of Cheryl Hazan Gallery.

Lower East Side
John Aslanidis and Brian May: Sonic Network No. 9

White Box, 329 Broome St.
Alisa Baremboym: Abundant Delicacy

47 Canal, 47 Canal Street
Thursday, April 5
Valerie Hegarty: Altered States

Marlborough Chelsea, 545 West 25th Street
ArtLiars Advisory, LLC.: Per Stroke Value and Predictive Data for the Artist

the cell, 338 W. 23rd Street
Donghee Koo: No Dog Walking on the Roof

DOOSAN Gallery, 533 West 25th Street

Donghee Koo, Witnesses, 2011. Courtesy of Doosan Gallery.

David Shrigley: How do you feel?

The High Line, 10th Avenue and 18th Street
Anne Collier

Anton Kern Gallery, 532 West 20th Street
Alex Prager: Compulsion

Yancey Richardson Gallery, 535 West 22nd Street , 3rd Floor

Lyons Wier Gallery, 542 W. 24th St.
Anja Hitzenberger: Take Out

Underline Gallery, 238 W. 14th St.
Nick Nowicki: Deadpan

Ana Cristea Gallery, 521 West 26th St.

Nick Nowicki, Smoke Curtains, 2011. Courtesy of Ana Cristea Gallery.

Ran Hwang: Transition

Leila Heller Gallery, 568 West 25th St.
West Village
You Told Me The Other Night

West Street Gallery, 395 West Street #2
Lower East Side
Jeff Gibson: Statusfaction

Stephan Stoyanov Gallery, 29 Orchard Street
Martin Wilner: Making History 2010 – 2011

Sperone Westwater, 257 Bowery Street
Taylor Davis

DODGEgallery, 15 Rivington St.
Brian Leo: We Are All Just Ordinary Until We Get More Damage Done

KESTING / RAY, 30 Grand St.

Brian Leo, from We Are All Just Ordinary Until We Get More Damage Done. Courtesy of KESTING / RAY.

Sylvan Lionni: Lost in America

Kansas Gallery, 59 Franklin Street
Thomas Lail: The World We Have Lost

Masters & Pelavin Gallery, 13 Jay Street
Friday, April 6
Lower East Side
Constructed Site

.NO, 251 East Houston St.
Mamiko Otsubo: Idea Equivalent

Horton Gallery, 504 W. 22nd Street

Martin Wilner, Making History: October 2011, 2011. Courtesy of Sperone Westwater, New York.

Valentin Carron: The dirty grey cube (you) turns around sadly and screams at us (he), ‘ca-tarac-ta.’

303 Gallery, 525 West 22nd St.
Saturday, April 7
Gresham’s Ghost: Prolegomena

Jack Hanley Gallery, 136 Watts St.
EVOL: Repeat Offender

Jonathan LeVine Gallery, 529 West 20th St, 9E

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