Monday, March 4

La Mama Galleria, 47 Great Jones Street
Conversation with artists Elliot Jerome Brown, Maria Jose and Ka-Man Tse in conjunction with the exhibition I’ve got a lot of things to face this month at La Mama Galleria.

Tuesday, March 5

7–9pm Koenig & Clinton, 1329 Willoughby Avenue
American Artist in conversation in Terence Trouillot: The artist will host a discussion on the occasion of their solo exhibition “I’m Blue (If I Was █████ I Would Die)”.

Thursday, March 7

5:30–8pm Judson Memorial Church, 55 Washington Square South
Opening reception of exhibition by Will Corwin, presented by Geary.

Sears Peyton Gallery, 210 11th Avenue, #802
Artist talk with Fran O'Neill in conjunction with her solo exhibition on view at the gallery.

Sapar Contemporary, 9 North Moore Street
An intimate conversation with the artist Shinji Turner-Yamamoto over Japanese tea and pastries, on the occasion of his exhibition “Microcosm & Macrocosm: Shinji Turner-Yamamoto.”

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Johannes Vogt, 958 Madison Avenue
Artist talk with Marc Horowitz in conjunction with his solo exhibition on view at the gallery.

Fridman Gallery, 169 Bowery
Nina Katchadourian’s On-Hold Music Dance Party
For several years, Katchadourian recorded the music she heard while placed on hold during phone calls. She then collaborated with two New York-based DJs, Julie Covello (Dj Shakey) and Gabriel Willow (DJ Stylus), to sample, chop, loop, and mix this music with other “phone matter,” such as dial tones and voice prompts, transforming our usual experience of on-hold music into something highly activated, energized, and physically engaging.

Friday, March 8

Soho & Tribeca
Participating west side galleries Kate Werble, Shane Campbell Gallery, and Geary open early with coffee and snacks.

Lower East Side
Opening receptions at Foxy Production, Company, Larrie, Kerry Schuss, and ProxyCo.

New York Gallery Open Participants
Extend Hours
17ESSEX, 321 Gallery, Mitchell Algus Gallery, Helena Anrather, Jack Barrett, Josée Bienvenu Gallery, Bodega, Bureau, Callicoon Fine Arts, Shane Campbell Gallery, Denny Dimin Gallery, Disturb the Neighbors, Derek Eller Gallery, Essex Flowers, FALSE FLAG, FIERMAN, Foxy Production, Fridman Gallery, Geary, Asya Geisberg Gallery, Golestani, Howl! Happening, INVISIBLE-EXPORTS, Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, Koenig & Clinton, L'INCONNUE, La MaMa La Galleria, Larrie, LMAKgallery, Kristen Lorello, ltd los angeles, Microscope Gallery, Mrs., PATRON, ProxyCo, Sapar Contemporary, Kerry Schuss, Sears Peyton, Signs & Symbols, SITUATIONS, Rachel Uffner Gallery, Johannes Vogt

Assembly Room, 191 Henry Street
Screening of Michelle Weinberg and Sarah Michelle Rupert’s film “Women Painting”.

Howl! Happening, 6 East 1st Street
Catalyst Quartet performs alongside the solo exhibition of new work by Scooter Laforge.

Microscope Gallery, 1329 Willoughby Avenue, 2B
Open late with artist Ben Coonley in conjunction with his solo exhibition “Winter Games”.

Saturday, March 9

ProxyCo, 168 Suffolk Street
Exhibition walkthrough with curator Paulina Ascencio of the exhibition “Terra Preta” featuring artists Lucía Vidales, Isa Carillo, Circe Irasema. Followed by food and drinks. Please RSVP to

Asya Geisberg Gallery, 537 West 23rd Street
Brunch at Asya Geisberg Gallery. Enjoy light bites, coffee, and Prosecco and visit our exhibition of painting and ceramics by Icelandic artist Guðmundur Thoroddsen.

2pm Rachel Uffner, 170 Suffolk Street
Screening of the CBC’s “In the Making” featuring Curtis Talwst Santiago; Q&A with the artist following the screening.

A performance and live broadcast of a news variety show also titled “En Vivo y En Directo” will take place in conjunction with the Camilo Godoy solo exhibition at CUE Art Foundation curated by Tania Bruguera.

Sunday, March 10

Signs & Symbols, 102 Forsyth Street
“You shout first, and I will shout after,” a six-movement composition; a live performance and experimental musical intervention by composer and musician Rhys Tivey using objects in Sarah Entwistle’s solo exhibition at signs and symbols. The score is improvised in-situ and instructs a dancer(s) movement through the duration of the piece.