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Editors’ Picks: New York, November 15-November 21, 2018
Italian landscapes, avant-garde performances, and a pop-up by the online gallery that is using blockchain tech to revolutionize the art market

Carlo Battaglia Valli Art GalleryCarlo Battaglia, Oil on canvas, 29 1/2 × 33 1/10 in; 75 × 84 cm. Photograph courtesy of Valli Art Gallery.

Carlo Battaglia: The Figurative AbstractSoothing landscapes

This presentation will incorporate works from Battaglia’s four-decade-long career, including abstract paintings from the 1960s, rich seascapes from the 1970s and ‘80s, and watercolor sketches of New York City made in late 2001.

If you like art, prosecco, and Italians don’t miss the opening reception!

Valli Art Gallery
Opening reception: Thursday, November 15th, 6-8PM
Exhibition runs through December 15th, 2018
507 W27th Street, New York, NY 10001.

 

Esther Neff Panoply LabPPL Final Party and Closing Performances.

Metamorphosis: Final Festival and Closing Performances – get your fill of avant-garde performances 

See more than eighteen performance artists at PPL this weekend! Under the direction of Esther Neff, Panoply Performance Laboratory (PPL) has served as a center and think-tank for experimental performance since 2012. Neff’s next project is MARSH – Materializing and Activating Radical Social Habitus, a space in St. Louis.

Free and open to the public.

Panoply Performance Laboratory/IV Soldiers
November 16-18, full performance schedule here.
Dominique Duroseau, Ayana Evans, and IV Castellanos, among others: November 17, 7 pm.
104 Meserole Street, NY, Brooklyn, 11206.

 

Mr. Star CityMr. Star City, Mr. Flower, 2018. Acrylic and oil on canvas. Photograph courtesy of ATO Gallery. 

Conduit feat. Adam Krueger, Paul Cooley, Nina Swistel, and Mr. Star City – ATO Gallery’s latest pop-up

Conduit features four New York-based fine art artists ranging in age from early 30s to 40s. The artists are all different in their message, medium, and purpose but all have something in common. “We don’t wish to disclose that “something”, rather we prefer to invite the audience to discover it for themselves without any preconceived notions,” comments ATO Gallery founder Carrie Eldridge.

ATO Gallery is a pioneering new online gallery that uses blockchain technology to revolutionize the art market. Stop by this weekend to find out how.

One Art Space
November 18, 1-8 pm, and November 19, 11-8pm.
Cocktail Reception: November 18 at 4:30 pm.
22 Warren Street, 1007, NY, NY. 


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