Volume 17 • Issue 25 | Nov. 19 - 25, 2004


Exhibits

Apex Art
291 Church Street • 212-431-5270 • www.apexart.org
Building The Unthinkable This display, curated by Christian Stayner, examines contemporary artistic and architectural production responding to an unlikely inspiration – the atomic bomb.


Art in General
79 Walker Street • 212-219-0473 • www.artingeneral.org

Cafe Bonsignour
Jane Street at 8th Avenue
Photography By Suzanne McAndrews. Thru Nov.

Capeluto Arts: Fine Contemporary Ceramics
147 Reade Street • 212-964-1340 • www.capelutoarts.com
group Show Introducing the works of Kei Sato and David Joy. Thru Dec. 31.

Cheryl Pelavin Fine Arts
13 Jay Street • 212-925-9424 • www.cherylpelavin.com
Fereshteh Siona Benjamin’s solo exhibition featuring new paintings and monotypes will be on display.
velocities New exhibit by Carter Hodgkin featuring paintings and drawings.

DFN Gallery
176 Franklin Street • 212-334-3400 • www.dfngallery.com
Susan grossman: New drawings Charcoal drawings depicting urban activity and the quiet, twisting roads of East End Long Island. Thru Nov. 27.
Rick Finkelstein: The Examination Dream A video installation composed of a montage of original drawings morphing into a complex personal narrative. The drawings will also be exhibited. Thru Nov. 27.

Franklin 54 Gallery
54-56 Franklin Street • 212-732-0009
gusta van dobbenburgh Botanical art in graphite, colored pencil and watercolor reflecting the true beauty of flowers. Thru Nov. 27.

Fraunces Tavern Museum
54 Pearl Street • 212-425-1778 • www.FrauncesTavernMuseum.org

Heroes Looks at just a few of the many people from diverse backgrounds who joined together to win America's independence. Paintings on exhibit include Henry Hintermeister’s The Drill Master, John Ward Dunsmore's The Message from Lexington, and Dennis Mallone Carter's Molly Pitcher at the Battle of Monmouth. Adeline Moses Loeb Gallery. Ongoing.

History of the streets of nyc Images, documents, and objects illustrate the stories behind street names as well as the people, places, and events that have called those streets home. Thru Jan. 8.

Evacuation day walking tour Before Thanksgiving was a major holiday, New Yorkers celebrated Evacuation Day commemorating Nov. 25, 1783, the day George Washington’s continental army reentered New York City in the final act of the Revolutionary War. This year, celebrate Evacuation Day again where it all began! The Fraunces Tavern Museum is proud to present a unique walking tour of Revolutionary War sites in Lower Manhattan. Tour begins at 2pm on Nov. 25 (Thanksgiving). $15 , $10 members. Advance tickets are strongly suggested. Call 212-425-1778, ext. 18.

Thanksgiving dinner Fraunces Tavern Restaurant will offer a fabulous three course prix-fixe Thanksgiving Dinner, including a complimentary glass of wine or beer, and coffee or tea for $55 plus tax, $27.50 plus tax for children 12 and under. Nov. 25 from Noon - 8 PM. Call 212-968-1776 for more information and reservations.

Gigantic Artspace
59 Franklin Street • 212-226-6762 • www.giganticartspace.com

Paul Sharpe Contemporary Art
86 Walker Street, Floor six • 646-613-1252 • www.paulsharpegallery.com

Profound afterglow Prints will be on view by Filipino artist Lenore RS Lim. Her prints are knows for their “sumptuous quality and attention to detail.” Thru Dec. 11. Gallery is open Wed. - Sat. from Noon until 6pm.

Posteritati Movie Posters
239 Centre St. • 212-226-2207 • www.posteritati.com

The Skyscraper Museum
39 Battery Place • 212-968-1961 • www.skyscraper.org
Frank Lloyd Wright: The Vertical Dimension Exhibit explores Frank Lloyd Wright’s career-long fascination with reinventing the skyscraper. The collection assembles original drawings, construction documents, letters, and photographs for fourteen high-rise projects. Thru Jan. 9.

Soho Photo Gallery
15 White Street • 212-226-8571 • www.sohophoto.com

Solo shows Hal Norman Krogstad’s exhibit , “Celebrating the Western Image,” will consist of black and white photographs of the American Southwest. Eric Cato’s exhibit, “Imago,” is a series of photographs of “invisible” surfaces such as graffiti and patterns found in the streets. “The Hope Cemetery: Celebrating the Past” is a display by Ellen Schaefer featuring the exquisite grave stones and monuments found in Barre, Vermont. “Persone e Posti” is a collection of sepia-toned prints by Yaqui Yamdrok.



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