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2017 Whitney Houston Biennial: Greatest Love of All
325 W Broadway
New York, NY
(between Grand and Canal)
chashama at XOCO 325 by DDG
Opening Reception: Sunday, March 19, 4-8pm
Open Hours: March 20-29, 12-8pm
Performances, conversations, readings, and film screenings, beginning at 6pm every evening.
Friend of a Friend
702 Shady Ln
Austin, TX 78702
March 4 - April 1, 2017
Based on a simple curatorial strategy, Friend of a friend examines the associations and influences of contemporary artists who use drawing as their primary means of art making. The intent is to foster dialogue, generate questions, and provide exposure to different perspectives.
Andrew Beincasa | Emily Belknap | David Crosland | Alyssa Dennis | Ryan Ebelt | Serra Victoria Bothwell Fels | Jonathan Herrera | Mike Huddleston | Stephanie Inagaki | Yujin Lee | Nicole Maloof | Devin Mawdsley | Dasha Shishkin | Rachel Wolfson Smith
Field Projects @ Be Fluent NYC
15 W 39th St #11
New York, NY 10018
February 18 - March 25, 2017
BE FLUENT NYC Hours
The artists in BODY/HEAD examine the human figure from multiple points of view. Unlike Trump’s oppressively singular vision, the artists in BODY/HEAD celebrate difference and multiplicity— the artists’ diverse backgrounds giving even more strength to their powerful voices. Appropriately, the exhibition is housed in Be Fluent, an English-language school that advocates overcoming disadvantage. Most of the school’s students are immigrants.
Sachiko Akiyama (+Rick Fox) | Masha Bogushevksy | Julie Curtiss | Iara Celeste Diaz | Hilary Doyle | Dawn Frasch | Haley Hughes | Cindy Ji Hye Kim | Amy Khoshbin | Kimia Ferdowsi Kline | Janie Korn | Sarah Lubin | Nicole Maloof | Sarah Alice Moran | Rebecca Ness | Danielle Orchard | Sahana Ramakrishnan | Katarina Riesing | Emilie Stark-Menneg | Jen Schwarting | Virgina Wagner
I Dread To Think...
Boston Center for the Arts
539 Tremont Street
Boston, MA 02116
January 13 - March 19, 1017
In the new Mills Gallery exhibition I Dread To Think…, curator Liz Blum integrates varied reflections on the ambiguous, multifarious emotions and feelings surrounding the state of fear, highlighting aspects of inner paranoia and anxiety as well as pointing to external influences—from political inducements, erosions of privacy and the persuasive media loop that seems to nurture our feeling of being unsafe.
Amy Archambault | Ingrid Burrington | Molly Dilworth | Sandra Erbacher | Will Gill | Susanna Hertrich | Damien Hoar de Galvan | Steve Locke | Nicole Maloof | Lauren McCarthy | Lucas Pope | Alex Preston | Tabitha Soren.
Bad Drawings by Bad Women
Featuring thirty original sly and subversive illustrations by Hallie Bateman, Susan Coyne, Kristina Lee, Nicole Maloof, and Katie Skelly. With an introduction by Emma Sulkowicz.
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