Richard Bell: I Am Not Sorry
Australia’s foremost – and most controversial – Aboriginal artist exhibits his work for the first time in New York. Curated by Maura Reilly.
26 Greene Street
AVANT-GUIDE TO NYC: Discovering Absence curated by Sandra Skurvida
Eighteen contemporary artists map sites of New York avant-garde in new works created for this exhibition. Including work by: Julieta Aranda, caraballo-farman, Kabir Carter, Dexter Sinister, Eckhard Etzold, Andrea Geyer, Pablo Helguera, Nancy Hwang, Pia Lindman, Anna Lundh, Nina Katchadourian, Carlos Motta, Angel Nevarez & Valerie Tevere, Hatuey Ramos-Fermin, Katya Sander, Ward Shelley, Xaviera Simmons, and Alex Villar.
291 Church Street
Art in General
Art in General will launch its newest publication, Melissa Martin: Father, with the artist and the interviewer, Janine Antoni, and give a sneak peak at upcoming books (among others, Chris Moukarbel: IN/OUT and Melanie Crean: The Luminists are in the works). There will be sales on other Art in General publications, as well as the opportunity to view and purchase the newest limited edition artworks, by Xaviera Simmons and Pae White.
79 Walker Street
Dia Art Foundation
Walter De Maria
The New York Earth Room, 1977
Walter De Maria’s The New York Earth Room has been on long-term view to the public since 1980 and consists of 250 cubic yards of earth. This work was commissioned and is maintained by Dia Art Foundation.
141 Wooster Street
Walter De Maria
The Broken Kilometer, 1979
Walter De Maria’s The Broken Kilometer, 1979 is composed of 500 highly polished, round, solid brass rods, each measuring two meters in length and five centimeters (two inches) in diameter. The Broken Kilometer has been on long-term view to the public since 1979 and was commissioned and is maintained by Dia Art Foundation.
393 West Broadway
The Drawing Center
Ree Morton: At the Still Point of the Turning World
An exhibition of drawing-based works by the late American artist Ree Morton (1936 –1977) highlights the artist’s influential body of work, remarkably all produced in a single decade between her decision to turn to art full-time in the late 1960s and her tragic death in an automobile accident in 1977, shortly before her 41st birthday.
6:30pm: Video screening of Ree Morton: An Interview (1974)
(25min. run time)
35 Wooster Street
The Renee and Chaim Gross Center for the Arts
The Body, In Pieces
Opening for the special exhibition featuring approximately 30 modern works from Gross's collection (including Lachaise, Castellon, Grosz, Gorky, among others).
6:30pm: Chaim Gross's Sculpture Studio, a special tour by Gross’s daughter, artist Mimi Gross
Open 6-8 pm
The Renee and Chaim Gross Foundation
526 LaGuardia Place
On view will be Movement and Complication by Latifa Echakhch, as well as Grrrr... (Lobby) and Ooga Booga (Reading Room).
8pm: Tour of all exhibitions
The Swiss Institute / Contemporary Art
495 Broadway, 3rd Floor
ABOUT LOCATION ONE
Based in the Soho arts district of New York, Location One is an independent, non-profit organization dedicated to fostering new forms of creative expression and cultural exchange through exhibitions, residencies, performances, public lectures and workshops. Traditionally focused on technological experimentation and new media, Location One's residencies and programs have favored social and political discourse and dialogue, and acted as a catalyst for collaborations. With a unique environment providing individualized training, support, and guidance to each artist, as well as exposure for their creations and collaborations, Location One continues to nurture the spirit of experimentation that it considers the cornerstone of its mission.