Events

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The Museum of Modern Art wants to use your home videos to decorate its storied lobby and atrium for its next PopRally party. The catch? The submissions have to be totally abstract, and just one minute long.

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Post image for Danh Vo Brings His Historical, Cultural Explorations to the Guggenheim

Danh Vo is a Danish-Vietnamese artist who uses his international background to create poetic sculptures and installations that probe issues of identity and cultural heritage. For “We the People,” the artist turned the Statue of Liberty into 400 separate fragments, manufactured in Shanghai and distributed all over the world.

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Post image for Zarina’s Handmade Paper Prints at the Guggenheim

Zarina’s prints, created with woodcuts on handmade Indian paper, bring to mind for me worn-down maps. That comparison makes sense given the artist’s own meandering background; Zarina Hashmi (her full name) was born in Aligarh, India, and learned her craft in Bangkok, Paris, and Tokyo before settling in New York. In association with her ongoing retrospective, the artist will talk about her wide-ranging aesthetic vocabulary at the Guggenheim on Friday, March 1 at 6:30 PM, with a viewing and reception to follow..

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Post image for Just 2 Weekends Left to Catch Brooklyn in Montreal

Brooklyn has become a global byword for cool — every city is said to have its own “Brooklyn” district as a home for artistic creativity. But what cities do we actually have anything in common with? As it turns out, our hip neighbor to the north, Montreal.

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Sometimes art events bloom in the places you least expect it. Resonate, a new media and technology art festival in Belgrade, Serbia, hits its second outing in 2013, and along with a new website and fresh ventures, it’s looking to be a consistently powerful presence. I interviewed creative director Filip Visnjic about what he hopes to do with Resonate 2013.

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Post image for This Weekend, Brooklyn Heads to Montreal for a Monthlong Art Festival

This weekend, a slice of our New York community will be traveling to Canada for Brooklyn Montreal, a two-city festival celebrating contemporary art.

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Post image for MOCA, AAWW and Hyperallergic Present: Halloween Costume Ball

What are you doing on Halloween? Dressing up as a superhero and partying at one of New York’s coolest new museums? We thought so. Hyperallergic is partnering with the Museum of Chinese in America and the Asian American Writers Workshop to throw a Halloween Marvels and Monsters Ball on October 31.

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Stillspotting Audiogram

On Saturday, October 13, Hyperallergic will partner with The Guggenheim Museum to host a day trip to the Bronx to experience the museum’s final stillspotting nyc event, “Audiogram” Following the interactive audio experience, join Hyperallergic’s editors and writers for an adventure across New York’s northernmost borough, including a trip to the Marcel Breuer-designed Lehman Gallery and a visit to Bronx’s Little Italy and Emilia’s Restaurant for a traditional Italian dinner.

A limited number of tickets are now available for $50. Join us for the uptown adventure!

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Events

Doing The Doodle Drag

by Kate Wadkins on July 15, 2011

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New Jersey’s Doodle Drag is at it again! This Sunday, July 17, the drawing collective will be hosting “Joy Rider,” a drawing party on the subway.

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Post image for Standard Video Art at The Standard Hotel

If you happen to stay at one of Andre Balazs’s Standard Hotels, you may notice that the televisions aren’t exactly playing standard programming. This year’s StandART Video Series, launching at the Top of The Standard Hotel, New York yesterday evening, features video art that will play across the country in the rooms of Balazs’s lush chain. The in-room video art exhibition, curated by Creative Time, includes work by Andrew Cross, Allison Schulnik, Naomi Fisher, Terence Koh, Estefanía Peñafiel Loaiza, Kalup Linzy and Slater Bradley.

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