PULSE New York will take place at Pier 40 March 27th-30th and will coincide with The Armory Show at Pier 94. Pier 40 is located in Tribeca at Houston Street and the West Side Highway.
In its third year, PULSE New York will feature works in all media from over 70 established and emerging galleries.
This permanent collection installation features both acquisitions from Karl Nierendorf’s galleries in Berlin and New York and from the gallerist’s estate. Formerly a banker, German-born Karl Nierendorf (1889–1947) began his career in the art trade in 1920 in Cologne. In 1936 Nierendorf immigrated to the U.S. and established the Nierendorf Gallery in New York, where he encountered Hilla Rebay (1890–1967) and the newly established Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation. Nierendorf promoted artists represented in the Guggenheim collection, including Lyonel Feininger, Perle Fine, and Franz Marc, which led the Foundation to purchase a number of important works for its collection from Nierendorf Gallery. Thru May 4, 2008 at Guggenheim Museum NYC www.guggenheim.org
James Iha is a founding member of Smashing Pumpkins.
He owns an independent record label called Scratchie Records and a recording studio in Nyc called Stratosphere Sound.
Iha has been a member of A Perfect Circle since July 2003. Now is ready for dj set in exclusive club.
The best music and show guaranteed
Paul Kolker at Studio 601 511 W. 25th St. NYC Thru 5/10
Paintings (created using a technique akin to pointillism, though rooted in mathematical theory) and a series of related HD photographs touching on freedom of expression as it’s protected by the Constitution.(NYMAG)
It’s not generally the case that museumgoers are encouraged to dress like the artwork on display, but that’s exactly what MoMA is doing for this exclusive exhibit preview, and they’re putting on a pretty great floor show to boot. Celebrating the new “Color Chart,” which studies the use of color by the likes of Andy Warhol and Damien Hirst, the evening features an open bar of color-coordinated cocktails to be tossed back to a playlist helmed by the skilled hands of DFA D.J.'s Juan Maclean, Holy Ghost!, and T&T. So go, and channel your inner Dan Flavin. — Michael Alan Connelly (NYMAG)
At MOMA The Museum of Modern Art tonight from 9 pm to 1 am