- $200 From... To... -With Love
March 07 2019
Reading + performances with Zain Alam, Angy Abreu and Emmy Catedral at Reces.
Part of $200 From... To... -With Love by Lizania Cruz. On view through April 6, 2019, $200 From... To... -With Love is a participatory art project focused on the cost immigrants incur when sending money to their homelands. Cruz’s project attempts to make visible the contribution, kinship, and love embedded in the seemingly modest act of sending money home as a gift and support for family and loved ones.
46 Washington Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11205
G to Clinton-Washington or Classon
Free and open to the public
- Queens International: Volumes
Curated by Sophia Marisa Lucas & Baseera Khan
Closing February 2019
- North Willows:
an ongoing site-specific attic project
- Queens International 2018: The Body as Volumes
Feb 10 2019
The third in a series of public programs presented on the occasion of Queens International 2018: Volumes (QI 2018) to delve deeper into the themes, contexts, and aesthetics that have informed the exhibition.
Programming on February 10th includes panel discussions, talks, screenings, and other events that examine the poetics of perception, technology, and scientific inquiry, as it relates to the creation of historical and personal narratives. This day of public programs will also coincide with the QM Studio Program Open Studios.
1pm: Breakfast at Tiffany’s performance by Emmy Catedral and ray ferreira
(Meet in The Neustadt Collection of Tiffany Glass Gallery, 1st Floor)
Full Schedule of Events: here
- Closing party for TELL US PLAINLY WHAT YOU MEAN [link]
Curated by Tatiana Istomina and Becky Brown
Saturday, Feb. 9 at 3pm
1116-A Wyckoff Avenue
- Let's Start Over
Fel Santos (Paolo Javier & Listening Center)
Bank of Forever
at Wendy's Subway
Sunday, January 13th
- A VOID Performative Lecture Series
Sunday, November 18th, 3-5pm
601Artspace, 88 Eldridge Street
Space is limited
On the final day of the exhibition, 601Artspace presents three short performative lectures on the theme of a void. Curator Paul Ramirez Jonas will be joined by artists Guadalupe Maravilla and Emmy Catedral. Reception to follow.