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The DART Board: 09.19.2019

By Peggy Roalf   Thursday September 19, 2019

Each September the global arts intelligentsia converges at the NY Art Book Fair, proving beyond doubt that printed matter of artistic origins is, more than ever, a viable form of expression. Organized by Printed Matter, and held at MoMA PS1, the roster of participants covers the spectrum of art book publicatios, from trade to one-off zines; from hand-held art experiences to installations—and an expansive list of pubic programs on the subject. Last year’s event included the zinesters of (XE)ROX & PAPER + SCISSORS and the Small Press Dome, which presented publishing at its most innovative and affordable, to rare and antiquarian dealers offering out-of-print books and ephemera across art and artist book history.

Everywhere throughout MoMA PS1, the former schoolrooms vibrate with verbal cues printed on paper, Kevlar, Lucite, T-shirts, tote bags, and a new message medium, socks—sock it to me? 
The New York Art Book Fair, Friday, September 2-Sunday, September 22. MoMA PS1, 22-25 Jackson Avenue, Long Island City, NY. Info Public Programs Info Photo above © Peggy Roalf from 2018 NYABF

Below: Piotr Uklanski, from Ottomania, this week at Luxembourg & Dyan

Wednesday, September 18

Soft And Wet. Nine artists. EFA Project Space, 323 West 39thStreet, NY, NY Info Saturday, October 19, 2019, 5 pm: Lecture Performance by Crystal Z Campbell, followed by a conversation with Sadia Shirazi, Caroline Key, and guest speaker.

Carlos Fragoso | Age of Foolishness. Jason McCoy Galley. 41 East 57thStreet, NY, NY Info

Thursday, September 19

Martin Klimas | New Flowers. Foley Gallery, 59 Orchard Street, NY, NY Info

Hannah Wilke | Force of Nature, 6-8 pm. Ronald Feldman Gallery, 31 Mercer Street, NY, NY Info

Richard Roth | Spuyten Duyvil, 6-8 pm. Margaret Thatcher Projects, 539 West 23rdStreet, NY, NY Info

Ethereal/Ephemeral | Keith Sonnier in the Sixties, 6-8 pm. Castelli Gallery, 40 and 18 East 77thStreet, NY, NY Info

Piotr Uklanski | Ottomania. Luxembourg & Dayan, 64 East 77thStreet, NY, NY Info

LMCC Arts Center at Governors Island, noon-5 pmGovernors Island, NY Info

Friday, September 20

Santi Moix | Hanabi. Pace Prints, 521 West 26thStreet, NY, NY Info

Dew Igworia | Party Dress Party, 2-10 pm. Flux Factory, 39-31 29thStreet, NY, NY Info


Friday, September 20-Thursday, September 26
Exhibition: Sotheby’s Contemporary Photography, 
showcasing contemporary works by David Hockney, Robert Rauschenberg, Catherine Opie, Cindy Sherman, Vera Lutter, Bernd and Hilla Becher, Thomas Ruff, Ana Mendieta, Philip-Lorca diCorcia, Wolfgang Tillmans, Richard Prince, and many more. Sothebys, 1334 York Avenue, NY, NY Info

Right: Graham Nickson, currently on view at Betty Cuningham Gallery

Saturday, September 21

Maureen Gallace. Gladstone 64, 64 130 East 64thStreet, NY, NY Info

Saturday, September 21-Sunday, September 22

Performance: Public Art Fund presents Pope L. | Conquest. Downtown Manhattan. Info

Fourth Annual Independent Art Book Fair, a two day immersive fair for independent publishers, bookmakers, and artists. The fair will host music, readings and workshop programs, is free and open to the Public, 12pm-6pm both days, and will take place at Industria Studios Williamsburg, 39 South 5th Street, Brooklyn. Info

Sunday, September 23

Brooklyn Book Festival Day, the largest free literary event in New York City. Presenting an array of national and international literary figures and emerging authors including Alexander Chee, Ted Chiang, Susan Choi, Edwidge Danticat, Sarah Dessen, Akwaeke Emezi, Jonathan Safran Foer, Jenny Han, Aleksandar Hemon, Mira Jacob, Marlon James, N.K. Jemisin, Lucy Knisley, Laila Lalami, Jessica Lange, DeRay Mckesson, Bill McKibben, Mary Norris, Joyce Carol Oates, Ben Passmore, Matt Taibbi, Mo Willems, Meg Wolitzer, Nell Zink, and hundreds more. Info

Continuing

Graham Nickson | Eye Level. Betty Cuningham Gallery, 15 Rivington Street, NY, NY Info Thursday, September 26: Graham Nickson in conversation with critic Jack Flam. Info

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