The DART Board: 03.19.2013

By Peggy Roalf   Tuesday March 19, 2013

Tuesday, March 19

Opening day, 6 pm: Against the Grain | Wood in Contemporary Art, Craft and Design. Museum of Arts and Design, 2 Columbus Circle, NY, NY.  Thursday, March 21, 6:30 pm: Curator tour/ Pay what you like. Information.

Panel discussion, 6:30-8:30 pm: Celebrating Harvey Kurtzman | with Drew Friedman, Robert Grossman, All Jaffee, and Arnold Roth, moderated by Peter Kuper. Society of Illustrators, 128 East 63rd Street, NY, NY. Tickets $10/$5.

Opening reception and panel discusson, 6:30 pm: Franco Pagetti | Flashback, Iraq. Panelists: Franco Pagetti, Photographer; AliceGabriner, Co-curator and National Geographic Magazine; James Wellford, Co-curator, Michael Kamber, Bronx Documentary Center.VII Gallery, 28 Jay Street, Dumbo, Brooklyn, NY.

Wednesday, March 20

Book signing, new Dashwood titles, 6-8 pm: Pierre Le Hors | Byways & Through Lines and Nick Sethi | Pul Ke Niche. DashwoodBooks, 33  Bond Street, NY, NY.

Panel discussion, 6 pm: Margaret Evangeline \ with Jonathan Goodman, Dominique Nahas, and Lilly Wei. Margaret LiebmanBerger Forum, Room 227, New York Public Library/Stephen A. Schwarzman Building, Fifth Avenue at 42nd Street, NY, NY.Information.

The Photographers Lecture Series presents, 7 pm: Joshua Lutz | Hesitating Beauty, moderated by Phillip Block. The School at ICP, Shooting Studio, 1114 Avenue of the Americas, NY, NY. Tickets $15.

duaneMichals.jpgAbove: Duane Michals, Fred and Ginger, 2012,Tintype with hand-applied oil paint, from The Painted Photograph, opening Thursday atD.C. Moore Gallery

Thursday, March 21

Opening reception, 6-8 pm: William Hawkins | Making Itself. Ricco Maresca, 529 West 20th Street, NY, NY.

Opening reception, 6-8 pm: Duane Michals | The Painted PhotographD.C. Moore Gallery, 535 West 22nd Street, NY, NY. Save the date: Talk and book signing with the artist to celebrate the publication of The Pittsburgh Poem: Thursday, April 18, 6 pm.

Opening reception, 6-8 pm: Anthony Campuzano | Local Color. Churner and Churner, 205 10th Avenue, at 22nd Street, NY, NY.

Blue Hive Studios presents, 6-9:30 pm: Dare2Draw! Society of Illustrators, 128 East 63rd Street, NY, NY. Featuring guest artist JamalIgle and career development tips from Steve Zelin. RSVP. $15 at the door.

Opening day, 10 am- 6 pm: Temple and Tomb: Prehistoric Malta 3600-2500 BCE, Institute for the Study of the Ancient World (ISAW), New York University, 15 E. 84th Street  (between Fifth and Madison Avenues), NY, NY. Information.

Discussion, 7 pm: Miriam Katin | Letting it Go (Drawn & Quarterly 2013). Bookculture, 536 West 112th Street, NY, NY. Information.

Friday, March 22

Book signing, 6-7:30: Barney Kulok | Building. ICP Store, 1133 Avenue of the Americas, NY, NY. Information.

Performance and installation, 7 pm: Ofri Cnaani | Seven Words and Hayden | Seven Last Words of Christ. Metropolitan Museum of Art, Grace Rainey Rodgers Auditorium, 1000 Fifth Avenue, at 82nd Street, NY, NY. Tickets $45.

Opening reception, 6-9 pm: Johannes DeYoung & Natalie Westbrook | Diamond Head. Interstate Projects, 66 Knickerbocker Avenue, Brooklyn, NY.


Chris Turnham's concept for Coraline, from Contemporary Illustration, At Your Service, opening Friday in Boston (below).

In Boston Opening reception, 5:30-8 pm: Contemporary Illustration | At Your Service featuring work by Bill Mayer, Greg Manchess, Anita Kunz, Steve Brodner, John Cuneo, Istvan Banyai, Shout, Anna & Elena Balbusso, and Nathan Fox. The New England School of Art & Design at Suffolk University, Adams Gallery, 120 Tremont Street, Boston, MA.

In Charlottesville Panel discussion, 10 am: Paul Farber | This is the Day: The March on Washington. Moderated by M. Rick Turner, UVA African-American Affairs. Virginia Festival of the Book, City Council Chambers, 605 East Main Street, Charlottesville, VA.Information.

Saturday, March 23

Artist talk, 5:30 pm: Istvan Banyai | Stranger in a Strange Land. Norman Rockwell Museum, 9 Mass Route 183, Stockbridge, MA. RSVP 413.931.2221. Tickets $10/$5. Directions.

Sunday, March 24

In Seattle Unveiling, 6:30-7:30 pm: Doug Aitken | Mirror, with a Happening in honor of the Seattle Art Museum’s transformed exterior, in which the Seattle Symphony will play works by Terry Riley and Steve Reich. Free, but tickets are required. Rain or shine.

Monday, March 25-Sunday, March 31

Creative Time and MTA Arts for Transit present, in partnership with the Ailey School: Nick Cave | Heard-NY. Daily crossings at 11 am and 2 pm. Grand Central Terminal, Vanderbilt Hall. Enter at 42nd Street opposite Park Avenue, NY, NY. Information. Free.

April 1. NYFA presents, 6:30-8 pm: Panel discussion, Understanding Artists’ Rights. Presented in partnership with the Art Law Committee of the New York City Bar Association. NYFA, 20 Jay Street, 7th Floor, Brooklyn, NY. Free. RSVP—reply early seating is somewhat limited.