The DART Board: 10.18.2011

By Peggy Roalf   Tuesday October 18, 2011


This just in from Brian Palmer: Like several hundred others, I spent the early hours last Fridaymorning at theOccupy Wall Streetprotest just a couple of blocks north of Wall Street, at Zuccotti Park. I saw clusters of grungy, crunchy kids lounging and talking, several long-haired and funky lefties closer to my age holding forth, giddy tourists angling for photos, plus thousands of uncategorizables. It was chaotic, body-to-body, animated, and relaxed. [read the story] Photos: copyright and courtesy Brian Palmer.

Tuesday, October 18

Seenunseen presents: Unknown Spring | Stories from the Great Tohoku Tsunami. A group projection featuring James Whitlow Delano, Noriko Hayashi, Daichi Koda, Kosuke Okahara, Jake Price, Q. Sakamaki,andDonald Weber, with a special projection from Tokyo Documentary Photo Workshop. Curaged by Jamie Wellford and Jake Price. The Bubble Lounge, 228 West Broadway, NY, NY. Tickets $15, include one drink and benefit the Momo Kaki Orphans Fund.

Wednesday, October 19

Meet the Artists/Designers, 4-7pm:Condemned to be Free, new space at 72 Nevins Street (between Atlantic & State Streets) in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn, NY. RSVP.

Thursday, October 20

Opening reception, 6-8pm: Bill Jacobson | Into the Loving Nowhere. Julie Saul Gallery, 535 West 22nd Street, NY, NY.

Opening reception, 6-8pm: Alistair Forst | Airplane Mode. Zach Feuer Gallery, 548 West 22nd Street, NY, NY.

Opening reception, 6-8pm: Light of Modernity in Buenos Aires, 1929-1954 featuring work by Annemarie Heinrich (Germany, 1912 – Argentina, 2005), Grete Stern (Germany 1904-Argentina, 1999), Horacio Coppola (Argentina, 1906), Anatole Saderman (Russia, 1904-Argentina, 1993), Juan Di Sandro (Italy, 1898-Argentina, 1988), and Sameer Makarius (Egypt, 1924-Argentina, 2009). Nailya Alexander Gallery, 41 East 57th Street, Suite 704, NY, NY.

A conversation withCamilo José Vergara and Paul Goldberger: The Twin Towers and the City, Special for DART subscribers at Museum of the City of New York, Fifth Avenue and 103rd Street, NY, NY. Information.

Camera Club of New York presents, 7 pm: Artist talk with Yvonne Venegas. The School of Visual Arts Amphitheater, 209 East 23rd Street (between 2nd/ 3rd Ave), Third Floor, NY, NY.

Book signing and opening reception, 6-8 pm, for Jack Webb Suspects His Parents (Dashwood Books 2011). No. 10 Gallery, 10 Leonard Street between Hudson and West Broadway, NY, NY.

Book launch and presention, 6:30 pm: Biosphere Extension: Solar System Resources for the Earthby C. Bangs and Greg Matloff. Central Booking, 111 Front Street, DUMBO, Brooklyn, NY.

Friday, October 21

Book Signing, 6-7:30 pm: Ian van Coller for Interior Relations(Charles Lane Press 2011). International Center of Photography Store, 1133 Avenue of the Americas, NY, NY.

Saturday, October 22

Opening reception and launch for the Bronx Documentary Center, featuring Visions: Tim Hetherington. Bronx Documentary Center, 614 Courtlandt Avenue at 151st Street Bronx, NY.

Artists’ talk, 3 pm, with Sasha Beezubov + Jessica Sucher, about Facts on the Ground, currently on view. Daniel Cooney Fine Art, 511 West 25th Street, #506, NY, NY.

Aperture Foundation and Sasha Wolf Gallery present Family Matters, an afternoon of presentations and discussion with photographers Elinor Carucci, Gillian LaubandChris Verene,moderated by Susan Bright. Aperture Gallery and Bookstore, 547 West 27th Street, 4th Floor, NY, NY.

Opening reception, 7-9 pm: Josh Keys | MigrationandAJ Fosick | Time Kills All Gods. Jonathan LeVine Gallery, 529 West 20th Street, NY, NY.

Opening reception, 5:30-8 pm: FotoEvidence book award and exhibition Sicario: Latin American Assassins by Javier Arcenillas. VII Gallery, 28 Jay Street, DUMBO, Brooklyn, NY.

Closing day: Ahae | The World Through My Window. Vanderbilt Hall, Grand Central Terminal, 42nd Street, opposite Park Avenue, NY, NY. Information.


Left: Tina Barney,The Daughters, 2002. Right: Tina Barney,The Screen, 1996. Copyright Tina Barney, Courtesy Gallery 339.

This Week’s DART picks:

A Victorian Tea, Saturday and Sunday, noon-4pm at Alice Austen House. And as part of Open House New York, you will be able to view Alice’s darkroom and Alice’s rarely seen home movies. Reservations on the hour: 718 816-4506 x10. Alice Austen House,  Hylan Blvd., Staten Island, NY. 

Philadelphia Photo Arts Center presents: An Evening with Tina Barney. Lecture, 6pm, at PPAC 1400 N. America Street, Suite, Philadelphia, PA (tickets $5) followed by a benefit dinner (tickets $150/$250. Information.

October 22, 2011-January 29, 2012: Prospect.2 New Orleans Contemporary Art Biennial. Opening festivities will feature special performances by select participating artists, including R. Luke DuBoisWilliam Pope.L, and Joyce J. Scott, on October 22, 2011. Exhibition highlights include site-specific installations and other projects by Sophie Calle, William Eggleston, Francesco Vezzoli, Alexis Rockman, and An-My Lê among others. Information.

Artist talk, Tuesday, October 18, 7pm: A conversation with Rex Ray and Cydney Payton. Gallery 16, 501 Third Street, San Francisco, CA.

Benefit auction, Saturday, October 22: PHOTOlust, Photo Center NW, 900 12th Avenue, Seattle, WA. Information.



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