10/22/2009- Daily Dose of DKS Gallery Openings

Thursday October 22nd
  • "I Think You're Sexy" Paintings by Mike Lash, Hosted by Lyons Wier Gallery atAgnes B., 13 East 16th Street, 6-8
  • In Through the Out Door at Andrew Edlin, 134 10th Ave, betw 18th & 19th, 6-8, first show in new space
  • Michael Joo at Anton Kern Gallery, 532 West 20th Street, 6-8
  • Loren Holland, The Virtues of Vice at Anna Kustera Gallery, 520 West 21st Street, Ground Fl., 6-8
  • Richard Tuttle, Renaissance Unframed at Carolina Nitsch Project Room, 534 West 22nd Street, 6-8
  • Olive Ayhens, Natur/Architecture: New Paintings and works on Paper at Frederieke Taylor Gallery, 535 West 22nd Street, 6th Fl., 6-8
  • Tobias Putrih at Max Protetch, 511 West 22nd Street, 6-8
  • Josh Gosfield Gigi Gaston, the Black Flower (FRENCH POP STAR GIGI GASTON'S MUSIC AND THE SPECTACLE OF HER TRAGIC LIFE RIVETED THE PUBLIC THROUGH THE 60'S AND 70'S)  (We see her Gypsy family’s escape from Bulgaria, her affair with her stepbrother, her first guitar, her rise up (and fall down) the charts, the car crashes, funerals, love triangles and the murder trial. All this played out in a garish media spotlight before the insatiable eyes of her public.) at Steven Kasher Gallery, 521 West 23rd Street, 6-8
  • Amir Mogharabi (b. 1982) and Jeffrey Perkins  (b. 1945) "Entendement" A deliberate disregard (but commitment towards) the age of agelessness at Daniel Reich Gallery, 537 West 23rd Street, 6-8
  • Hope Gangloff at Susan Inglett Gallery, 522 West 24th Street, 6-8
  • Lars Bang Larsen in conversation at Metro Pictures, 519 West 24th Street, 7-8:30
  • A Conversation with Diana Balmori & Marina Zurkow at Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery, 505 West 24th Street, 6-8
  • Justine Cooper at Daneyal Mahmood, 511 West 25th Street, 3rd fl., 6-8
  • Sal Randolph at P.P.O.W. Gallery, 511 West 25th Street, Room 301, 6-8
  • Serena Bocchino iPOP at Tria Gallery, 531 West 25th Street, 6-8
  • Teresita Fernandez at Lehmann Maupin, 540 West 26th Street, 6-8
  • Paul Chan: Sade for Sades Sake at Greene Naftali, Oct. 22-Dec. 5. "Chans five-hour-plus looped video of shadowy figures engaging in religious rituals and mayhem, experiencing natural disasters and having sex is a visual ballad, putting all Chans interests in one darkly sexual, psychologically challenging basket." -- Jerry Saltz
  • Beth Cavener Stichter - Tender Hooks at Claire Oliver Gallery, 6-8
  • Yvonne Jacquette, The Complete Woodcuts 1987-2009 at Mary Ryan Gallery, 527 West 26th Street, 6-8
  • Joseph Farbrook explores the mirages that we create for each other.... Three original songs by Maya Suess, performed as playful music videos within small booths or portals placed around the gallery look at our relationship with consumer objects atAC Institute, 547 W. 27th Street, 5th floor, 6-8
  • Alexandra Catiere, I Can Give You Anything But Love at Miyako Yoshinaga art prospects, 547 West 27th Street, 2nd Floor, 6-8
  • India Evans Seek & Hide; Rimembri Ancora at Heskin Contemporary, 443 West 37th Street, 6-9
  • Private tour of UBS last exhibition, 1285 6th Ave, betw 51st & 52nd, 5:30-7:30, $100, rsvp to Jason Andrew at 646.361.8512, proceeds benefit Norte Maar
  • Sharon Horvath, Parts of a World at Lori Bookstein Fine Art, 138 Tenth Avenue, 6-8
  • Mitch Epstein "American Power" book lauch at The Strand Book Store, 828 Broadway, 2nd Fl., 7-8
  • A conversation with Nevin Martell, author of Looking for Calvin and Hobbes, and cartoonist Ruben Bolling about the life of Calvin and Hobbes creator, Bill Watersonat Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art, 594 Broadway, Suite 401, 7-9
  • Neil Winokur, 1980s Portraits at Janet Borden, Inc., 560 Broadway,
  • Auction and Dinner works selected by David Cohen, Jeffrey Hoffeld, Karen Wilkin at New York Studio School, 8 West 8 Street, tickets, 6-
  • Joshua Smith at Art Production Fund, 299 West Houston Street, betw Hudson & Greenwich, 7-9
  • Beyond Process at Renwick, 45 Renwick Street at Spring Street, 6-8
  • Gauge curated by Joyce Manalo at ArtJail, 50 Eldridge Street, fl. 6, betw Hester & Canal, 7-9
  • Unseen: A Photographers Salon at Randall Scott Gallery, 111 Front Street, #214, Brooklyn, 6:30-9


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