There are more than 10 Ways to See New York City. What comes to mind when you imagine New York City? Times Square? Central Park? The Empire State Building? Maybe, the Statue of Liberty? Here, I’ll offer some other, less obvious choices.
Karin Coonrod tackles Flannery O’Connor on tour, starting this weekend at Loyola University of Chicago. Her latest work with Compagnia de’ Colombari brings O’Connor’s short story about racism, Everything That Rises Must Converge, to the stage.
Photoville NYC 2019 is open as of yesterday, September 12th, in Brooklyn Bridge Park. The weather wasn’t perfect, but the rest of the weekend should be fine for the show.
Danny Simmons Alone Together collects recent paintings by the abstract expressionist whose complex, subtle works defy an ebullient personality. Simmons is an artist worth discovering or rediscovering. It’s up at the George Billis Gallery, 521 West 26th Street, 7th Floor, in New York City, until September 28th.
Bogdan Matei at Gallery RIVAA, Roosevelt Island, Poses and Imaginary Objects, September 7th to October 6th, 2019
Janet Falk roasted RIOC’s board in a tour de force presentation that savaged the “ugly” RI Monument. It was as much an indictment of the board for negligence concerning resident opinions.
Roy Eaton plays Bryant Park. His annual weeklong gig runs from September 23rd to the 27th. 89 years old, recovered from a stroke in 2017, he continues to amaze.
RIVAA lands Bogdan Matei for Poses and Imaginary objects, a solo exhibit in its 527 Main Street Gallery on Roosevelt Island. Everyone’s welcome to a free opening reception on Saturday evening, September 7th, from 6:00 to 9:00.
Tootsie Warhol Slams Whitney’s Biennial in 2019 for going too easy on Trump. A performance artist, Tootsie mocks the president and the Whitney at the museum’s front door.
Domingo Zapata talks with Jonn Nubian New York’s largest Mural, painted on vinyl, covers One Times Square with pop art excitement. Artist Domingo Zapata talked with our friend, YRB mag’s Jonn Nubian, about it.