–This Monday 6/28 (today, for those of you following along at home) at 7 PM, 92nd Street Y will host a preview of Love Ranch. The film is directed by Taylor Hackford and stars the inimitable Helen Mirren. This screening is the latest installment of 92Y’s popular “Reel Pieces” lecture series. Tickets are $35 (and worth it).
–Author Saïd Sayrafiezadeh and First Proofers Ed Park and Nelly Reifler will be reading this Wednesday 6/30 in the Bryant Park Word for Word series. This week’s event features contributors to UnderWaterNewYork.com, a website dedicated to “stories, art and music inspired by the underwater objects and phenomena that surround New York City.” Take a long lunch–the event reading runs 12:30-1:45.
–Also at 92Y this week, artist Paul Chan of BOMB 92 talks to Artforum editor Tim Griffin at 92nd Street Y this Thursday 7/1 about his latest project in collaboration with Creative Time, Waiting for Godot in New Orleans.
–Christian Marclay stands in two spotlights this week, having just opened a solo show on the 24th at Paula Cooper Gallery (through 7/30) and now with a piece titled “Festival” opening at the Whitney Museum Thursday 7/1.
Now hear this! Artist Robert Greene, phoned-in poet Zachary Schomburg, and fiction writer Danielle Dutton feature prominently (exclusively) in last week’s BOMB Radio broadcast on Newtown Radio:
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