Rafael Lozano-Hemmer’s interactive light and sound installation is on view to the public inside the Park Avenue Tunnel for the next three Saturdays (August 3rd, 10th and 17th).
CHINO BYI and Charlie Ahearn reflect on the photography of Jamel Shabbazz. Ahearn’s film Jamel Shabazz Street Photographer opens this weekend at BAMcinématik.
Photo by Liz Barclay
Featuring: Andrew Paynter, Andy Jenkins, Benjamin Deberdt, Cody Hudson, Ed Templeton, Evan Hecox, Geoff McFetridge, Nathaniel Russell, Nigel Peake, Peter Sutherland, Serena Mitnik-Miller, Stephen Powers, Stevie Gee, and Thomas Campbell.
The public opening for the Vice 2013 Photo Show happens about 4 blocks away from Max Fish, where End of Days, the final art show in the bar, has its closing party.
The Statue Experiment
A film in 11 parts by Jim Helton with words and photographs by Atsushi “Jima” Nishijima.
Ryan De La Hoz + Riley Payne open Leisure Time at Ed. Varie in the East Village, and it’s Summer Reading at The Hole when the gallery turns itself into “a giant art book reading room” for the fun group show.
Brookland! America’s Hippest Theme Park
For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Curtis Kulig to share his favorite place to eat. Curtis is a New York-based photographer and artist who is best known for his “Love Me” campaign. This phrase can be found on the street corners, light posts and rooftops of all major cities, and is provocative in its simplicity.
Continue reading for his answer.
We’ll be back tomorrow, but before we go, if you’re in NYC or LA tonight there are some great art shows to check out.
If you don’t find your fashion on Seventh Avenue, Chloë is the It Girl with a street-smart style and a down-low attitude.
A 1994 New Yorker profile of Chloë Sevigny.