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Welcome to our strange new future of streaming services pitted against streaming services. SundanceNow, the streaming arm of the Sundance TV and Film Festival, is now offering a “ advertising-free boutique SVOD service” called SundanceNow Doc Club featuring documentaries curated by the likes of Ira Glass, Susan Sarandon and Anthony Bourdain. Now on feature are documentaries curated by Going Clear and Taxi to the Dark Side director Alex Gibney. Documentaries include the Talking Head’s concert film Stop Making Sense, the Cold War stock footage parade that is The Atomic Cafe, and examination of heiress turned heist-perp in Guerrilla- The Taking of Patty Hearst.
To learn more, go to: http://www.docclub.com/
Wikipedia, we all rely on it to some degree, whether it’s tracing the history of the SALT talks for a hastily written term paper, settling a barroom debate on when The Cure’s “Friday I’m in Love” was released, or tracking the careers of artists and thinkers. Sometimes we forget that wWikipedia is something edited by everyday people and it can feel like the information just manifests on its own. Now the Museum of Modern Art (11 West 53rd St, New York), in collaboration with Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center and Wikimedia present #WikiAPA Edit-a-Thon on September 2 to remind people the importance of being a part of the flow of information online.
As part of a month long program happening across the nation #WikiAPA encourages anyone to come to MoMA (visitors are encouraged to bring a laptop) and help edit Wikipedia topics from a recommended list. It’s an evening of enjoying the arts and setting straight the facts. The event is open to the public but visitors should RSVP.
To learn more, go to: http://www.moma.org/visit/calendar/events/24786 & http://smithsonianapa.org/project/wiki
#WikiAPA Edit-a-ThonSeptember 2, 2015
The Museum of Modern Art11 W 53rd St.New York, NY 10019
Nobuyoshi Araki, Untitled (Eros Diary), 2015, Courtesy the artist and Anton Kern Gallery, New York.
Infamous for his sexually explicit and debauched works, photographer Nobuyoshi Araki has laughed in the face of taboos. Araki has captured toys, fruits, city streets, red light district denizens, and celebrities like Lady Gaga, while creating skillfully composed and playful works that make him, arguably, Japan’s most well known photographer. But a new exhibition at the Anton Kern Gallery (532 West 20th Street New York, NY) focuses on the fragility of life and Araki’s own mortality. Eros Diary runs from July 9th through August 7, 2015, and is comprised of 77 black and white photographs that show a more introspective side to Araki.
The photos touch on issues like the marriage to his wife Yoko, who passed away in 1990, the loss of sight in his right eye, and his recent battle with prostate cancer. These photos look within Araki’s own thoughts on his mortality, than the world of carnality that his photos usually go to.
In a 1995 interview, Araki said that “Photography was destined to be involved with death. Reality is in color, but at its beginnings photography always discolored reality and turned it into black and white. Color is life, black and white is death. A ghost was hiding in the invention of photography.”
This exhibition will be Araki facing that ghost head on.
To learn more, go to: http://www.antonkerngallery.com/
ARAKI Eros DiaryJuly 9 - August 7, 2015
Anton Kern Gallery532 West 20th StreetNew York, NY 10011
Untitled 2014, Alex Yanes
Featuring art from around the world, The Armory Show (March 5 - 8, 2015), at Piers 92 and 94 (711 12th Ave New York, NY) is one of the most renowned international art fairs in New York. The Armory Show is devoted to showcasing the most important artworks of the 20th and 21st centuries. In its sixteen years the fair has become an international institution, combining a selection of the world's leading galleries with an exceptional program of arts events and exhibitions throughout New York.
Exhibitors at the Armory Show include:
And many, many more.
Events happening around the Armory Show includes the Un-Scene (http://www.theunscene.org/) exhibiton of art influenced by science and technology.
"The Armory Show, housed in Piers 92 and 94 along the Hudson River on Manhattan's west side, is the largest art fair in New York and one of the principal annual art events in the international art market calendar. Visited by tens of thousands of people each March, the Armory has for almost two decades been the showpiece for some of the world's most important modern and contemporary art galleries. Canonical names from Picasso to Pollock have all been presented at the fair, as have, in equal measure, some of the most cutting edge artists of a younger generation. Organized by The Armory Show, Armory Arts Week has emerged as one of liveliest moments in New York's already rich cultural calendar, with a number of smaller art fairs temporarily alighting throughout the city and the major museums staging their marquee exhibitions to coincide with the fair."
To learn more, visit: http://www.thearmoryshow.com/
The Armory ShowMarch 5 - 8, 2015
Piers 92/94711 12th AveNew York, NY 10019
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