The DART Board: 02.19.2013

By Peggy Roalf   Tuesday February 19, 2013

In Savannah, GA: Monday, February 19- Saturday, February 23
SCAD deFine Art, an annual showcase of lectures, exhibitions, and public events, with kenote by Shirin Neshat on Thursday, February 21 at 6-8 pm. Information.

Art Fair Confidential
The Artist Project - Contemporary Art Fair, February 21-24
The Artist Project will celebrate its 6th year with another exciting show featuring original works from over 200 carefully juried, independent contemporary artists. From seasoned collectors and first time art buyers, to gallerists and interior designers, visitors will find this art fair a rare opportunity to meet and purchase work directly from Canadian and International artists. Better Living Center at Toronto’s Exhibition Place.
Southwest Indian Art Fair, February 23-24
The Southwest Indian Art Fair brings together 200 + Native artists and a cross-section of cultural traditions in performances, music, dance, and demonstrations in many media. Top-quality, handmade art includes pottery, Hopi katsina dolls, paintings, jewelry, baskets, rugs, blankets, and much more. Living cultural practices, coupled with meaningful conversations with the artists, provide context for understanding the artwork. Arizona State Museum, the University of Arizona, Tucon, AZ.

Monday, February 19

Opening day 9 am-5 pm: Cold War Cool, Digital, an exhibition of 20 scaled prototypes of modernist, pre-fabricated, and globally-distributed Cold War era housing systems that were created using contemporary 3D printing technologies. Hazel and Robert Siegel Gallery, Higgins Hall, Pratt Institute, 61 St. James Place, Brooklyn. Directions.

Discussion, 6-8 pm: Sharon Hayes, Laura Horelli | Brooklyn Commons. ISCP, 1040  Metropolitan Avenue, Brooklyn, NY. Information. Limited seating.


Above: Doug DuBois, from Family Photos, 1999-2006. Doug will be at the podium for CCNY's SVA Lecture Series on Tuesday, 7 pm.

Tuesday, February 19

CCNY Lecture Series presents, 7 pm: Doug DuBois. SVA Amphitheater, 209 East s3rd Street, NY, NY. $5/$3/Free. Information.

Curator talk, 6:30 pm: Degas, Miss La La, and the Cirque Fernando with curator Linda Wolk-Simon. Morgan Library and Museum, 225 Madison Avenue, NY, NY. Register. Free with museum admission; exhibition opens at 5:30 for lecture attendees.

Wednesday, February 20

Panel, 6:30-8:30pm: What We Made | Conversations on Art and Social Cooperation, a discussion between the book’s author Tom Finkelpearl and contributors Brett CookWendy Ewald,Sondra FarganisPedro Lasch, and Ernesto Pujol. Together, they examine the activist, participatory, coauthored aesthetic experiences of contemporary art. Carin Kuoni and NatoThompson respond. The New School, Theresa Lang Community and Studen Center, 55 West 13th Street, 2nd Floor, NY, NY. Information.

Opening reception, 6-8 pm: 101 Tragedies of Enrique Metinides. Aperture Gallery and Bookstore, 527 West 27th Street, NY, NY.

ISSUE Project Room presents, 7 pm: Art Lottery, Performance, Mixology and Refreshments. Three Legged Dog, 80 Greenwich Street, NY, NY. View artwork. Tickets $250/$950, limited to 75.

Opening reception, 6-8 pm: Bernard Childs | 1950s. Jason McCoy Gallery, 41 East 57th Street, NY, NY.

The Photographers Lecture Series presents, 7-8:30 pm: Terri Welfenbach Konttinen, moderated by Phillip S. Block. School at ICP, Shooting Studiom 1114 Avenue of the Americas, NY, NY.Tickets $15.

Storytelling and performance, 7-9 pm: Narratively, a new platform devoted to true stories, holds its launch event. Live multimedia storytelling, music, food, drinks, and other narrative surprises in store, including a performance by innovative burlesque troop Rhinestone Gorilla. powerHouse Arena, 37 Main Street, Dumbo, Brooklyn, NY. RSVP please.

Mac & Dan’s Drink & Draw presents, 7-9 pm: Figure Drawing Workshop. Invisible Dog, 51 Bergen Street, Brooklyn, NY. Information/what to bring. $10. RSVP.


Mitch Epstein, Ybor City, Florida (Mother with Brown Paper Bag), 1983, included in  Everyday America, opening Thursday at Steven Kasher Gallery.

Thursday, February 21

Opening reception, 6-8 pm: Veni Etiam. Hous Projects, 31 Howard Street, 2nd Floor, NY, NY.

Opening reception, 6-8 pm: Gert & Uwe Tobias | Untitled ‘13. Team Gallery, 83 Grand Street, and Team Gallery, 47 Wooster Street, NY, NY. Information.

Opening reception, 6-8 pm: Dana Hoey | The Phantom Sex. Petzel Gallery, 456 West 18th Street, NY, NY.

Opening reception, 6-8 pm: Miroslaw Balka | The Order of Things. Gladstone Gallery, 530 West 21st Street, NY, NY.

Opening reception, 6-8 pm: Zanele Muholi | Faces and Places. Yancey Richardson Gallery, 535 West 22nd Street, NY, NY.

Opening reception, 6-8 pm: Everyday America | Photographs from the Berman Collection. Steven Kasher Gallery, 521 West 23rd Street, NY, NY.

Opening reception, 6-8 pm: Kuhn/Klein | Somwhere Only We Know. Pavel Zoubok Gallery, 533 West 23rd Street, NY, NY.

Opening reception, 6-8 pm: Christopher Bucklow. Danziger Gallery, 527 West 23rd Street, NY, NY.

Opening reception, 6-8 pm: Nicolai Howlat & Trine Sondergaard. Bruce Silverstein, 535 West 24thStreet, NY, NY.

Opening reception, 6-8 pm: Philip Pearlstein | New Work. Betty Cunningham Gallery, 541 West 25th Street, NY, NY.

Opening reception, 6-8 pm: Bill Armstrong | Film Noir. ClampArt, 521-531 West 25th Street, NY, NY.

Opening reception, 6-8 pm: Ansel Krut. Marlborough Chelsea, 545 West 25th Street, NY, NY.

David Strettell and Michael Mach invite you to a book launch for two new Dashwood Books titles, 6-8 pm: Antonio M. Xoubanova | Casa de Campo and J. Carrier | Elementary Calculus.Dashwood Books, 33 Bond Street, NY, NY.

TDC Salon presents, 6:30 pm: Alexander Isley | Working With Words. Type Directors Club, 347 West 36th Street, Suite 603, NY, NY. Register $20/$15/$5.

Panel, 7-8:30 pm: Shoot, Process and Publish | The Impact of iPhone Photography on the Media. Artist, educator and author Katrin Eismann moderates a conversation with VII Photo Agency Managing Director Stephen Mayes, award-winning photographer Stephen Wilkes and other photographers and artists who work with the iPhone. Panelists present their recent work and discuss how the iPhone is changing everything in photography—from shooting to processing to distribution to rights of ownership. School of Visual Arts, 3rd Floor Amphitheater, 209 East 23rdStreet, NY, NY. Free. Information.

OMHA open house and book talk, 6-8 pm: Everybody’s A Stranger When They First Arrive | Refugees’ Experiences in America, with Gabriele Stabile and Juliet Linderman. Columbia Journalism School, Stabile Student Center, Morningside Heights Campus, 2950 Broadway NY, NY 10027. Enter campus at 116th Street, at either Broadway or Amsterdam. Information. Free and open to the public.


Above: Untitled, Shady Grove, Alabama, 1956, pigment print, 20 x 16 inches.© The Gordon Parks Foundation, courtesy of Jenkins Johnson Gallery.

In San Francisco
Opening reception, 6-9 pm: Gordon Parks | Centennial. Jenkins Johnson Gallery, 464 Sutter Street, San Francisco, CA.

Friday, February 22

Lecture in conjunction with the exhibition, Roman Vishniac Rediscovered, 7 pm: Carole Naggar | We Went Back: Photographs from Europe 1933-1956 by Chim. The School at ICP, Shooting Studio, 1114 Avenue of the Americas, NY, NY. Tickets $11/$5.

Lecture, 6:30 pm: Thierry de Duve | The Invention of Non Art, presented by the graduate students of the Art History & Criticism Program, Stony Brook Manhattan, 101 East 27th Street, NY, NY. Free. Information.

Film screening, 7 pm: The Show Must Go On | The Flying Wallendas (dir. Paula Forehle), world premier introduced by the director. Morgan Library and Museum, 225 Madison Avenue, NY, NY. Free. Information.

In Atlanta, GA Fault Lines | Turkey | East/West. Jackson Fine Art, 3115 Shadowlawn Avenue, Atlanta, GA.

In Savanna, GA Film screening and deFine Honors, 6-8 pm: Shirin Neshat | Women Without Men. In conjunction with SCAD deFine 2013. Trustees Theater, 216 E. Broughton Street, Savannah, GA. Information.

Saturday, February 23

Artist talk, 2-4 pm: Larry Fink. Aperture Gallery and Bookstore, 547 West 27th Street, 4th Floor, NY, NY. Donation $5, free with student I.D.

In Rosendale, NY The Women’s Studio Workshop Presents, 2-4 pm: The16th Annual Chili Bowl Fiesta. Rosendale Recreation Center, 1055 New York 32, Rosendale, NY. Information.

In Dallas, TX Opening reception, 5-8 pm: Bunny Yeager. PDNB Gallery, 1202 Dragon Street, Suite 103, Dallas, TX

Sunday, February 24

Film Screening in conjunction with the exhibition, Roman Vishniac Rediscovered, 2 pm: The Man Without A World (dir. Eleanor Antin, 98 min.) introduced by J. Hoberman. Center for Jewish History, 15 West 16th Street, NY, NY. Tickets $15/$10.

Opening reception, 6-8 pm: Chronicle | featuring works by Nadja Frank, Riitta Ikonen, Sarah Kabot and Jackie Mock. Denny Gallery, 261 Broome Street, NY, NY.

In Philadelphia Artist talk, 6:30 pm: Brian Ulrich. Philadelphia Photo Arts Center, 1400 N. American Street, Suite 103, Philadelphia, PA.

This just in: Portland, Oregon - Blue Sky, the Oregon Center for the Photographic Arts, has opened a Call for Entrsies for The Optical, a unique exhibition juried by Allan Chasanoff. Deadline: March 1Information.

This just in from Conveyor ArtsThe Conveyor Arts Exhibition Grant Deadline is February 28. This award is presented to an artist whose work exudes compelling new ideas, a well-developed concept, and attention to technical detail in a photographic project. We are pleased to invite all artists working in media related to photography to apply. The grant recipient will have their work printed at Conveyor Arts and exhibited in a solo show at United Photo Industries in Brooklyn, New York, in May 2013. Information