Art Out: What To Do This Week

Upcoming Events

Thursday July 25th:

Bobby Fisher "Out Of The Sea / Into The Sea" Opening Reception Picture Farm Gallery presents an evening of ocean inspired imagery from photographer Bobby Fisher. In association with the Surfer's Journal. Photographs spanning the globe from the Maldives to Montauk. Show runs from July 25th - August 1st 2013. PictureFarmGallery. 338 Wythe Ave, Williamsburg. 6-9pm.

Artist Talk with Craig Stokle "Part 2: Conversations on Photography / Craig Stokle Talks: Presence Memorialized" Curated by Daniel S Palmer, Joseph Latimore, & Remy Amezcua. Gallery Sensei (Little Fox Cafe). 62 Kenmare street, Chinatown. 8-11pm.

Dominique Paul "Migrations of the Arthropods" at chashama 27 street: 303 10th Ave, b/w 27th and 28th st, 6-8pm.

"Chelsea Art Walk, 2013" at Churner and Churner 22 street: 205 Tenth avenue, 5-8pm.

See.Me is presenting an exhibition from See.Me members representing over 100 different nations, called “The Story of the Creative”, held at Angel Orensanz Foundation 172 Norfolk Street from 7pm - 11pm.


Friday July 26th

Kenny Scharf and photography by Tseng Kwong Chi "Amerikulture" Opening Reception Curated by Kenny Scharf. Show runs from July 26th - August 11th. Eric Firestone Gallery. 4 Newtown Lane, East Hampton. 6-9pm

Tseng Kwong Chi. East Meets West Manifesto, 1983.


Saturday July 27th

"NUDES" group exhibition. Photography by Brittany Markert, Elizabeth Waugh, Erica Simone, Lauren Renner, Natalie De Segonzac, Neil Craver. Curated by Daine Coppola. Hosted by Beautiful Savage Magazine. REVERSE. 28 Frost Street, Williamsburg 6-10pm.

Artist Talk with Char Johnson (of Zebra Baby), Juan Obando, Lauren Kelley, Michelle Marie Charles, Noelle Lorraine Williams, Princess Hijab. In association with "Goddess Clap Back: Hip Hop Feminism in Art" curated by Katie Cercone, a group exhibition highlighting Hip Hop Feminism as an emerging motif of contemporary artists working with performance, photography, video, collage, sculpture and sound. CUE Art Foundation. 137 W 25 street. 12-4pm

Noelle Lorraine Williams. Hijacked: The Birth of Mala, 2006 - 2007.

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Wolfgang Tillmans for Penguin