This week: Amanda Ross-Ho‘s solo exhibition “SOMEBODY STOP ME” opens at Michell-Innes & Nash on April Fool’s day, Micachu & the Shapes perform with the Tanlines at the Poisson Rouge on Tuesday, Julie Mehretu is profiled in the The New Yorker, and Vito Acconci is following you…on twitter. What? Read on!
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A little worn out from a week at the art fairs, perhaps? We understand. How about switching it up and recuperating with some reading and attending whole slew of upcoming literary events featuring past and future BOMB notables? TONIGHT illustrious playwright Suzan Lori Parks will appear “in conversation” at 93Y at 8pm. Then on Tuesday Lore Segal, Tao Lin, and Kelly Burdick will host a panel discussion on the novella format at the Center for Fiction at 6:30pm. Read on…
In celebration of the forthcoming fifth season of Art:21-Art in the Twenty-First Century, broadcasting this October on PBS, each week we bring you a video clip from a featured artist’s segment. The final artist we are profiling in this series is Julie Mehretu. Read a detailed explanation of Mehretu’s work back on Art21′s blog here, and check out Lawrence Chua’s 2005 BOMB interview with her here.
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