armory arts week

A.I.R. Guide: Things to do this month!

Get your feminist on this month with A.I.R.’s staff picks of exhibitions and events!

Martha Wilson,  Posturing: Male Impersonator (Butch) , 1973

Martha Wilson, Posturing: Male Impersonator (Butch), 1973

Concept, Performance, Documentation, Language
With over 50 artists, most of whom worked–and continue to work–in New York, [this show] illustrates the shared interests and common endeavor that animated a loosely defined community of artists from the late 1960s to the early 1980s.

February 20 – April 17, 2016

Mitchell Algus Gallery
132 Delancey Street, 2nd floor, NYC

Elizabeth Zvonar,  The New Feminism , 2016

Elizabeth Zvonar, The New Feminism, 2016

Artist Brunch Chats: RU
A series of intimate and low key discussions in the Ace Hotel NY Lobby Bar. The first gathering will feature RU artist Elizabeth Zvonar who often uses a feminist perspective to illustrate how rules of engagement were unbalanced in the past and remain so today.

Sunday, February 28, 12pm (FREE)

Ace Hotel
20 W 29th Street, NYC



New York City’s curator-driven art fair during Armory Arts Week!
With over 100 curators and 600 artists, the exhibition will be comprised of artworks related to the theme, ⌘COPY⌘PASTE. Buy tickets here.

March 1, 5-9pm (VIP VERNISSAGE)
March 2 – 6, 12-8pm
March 7, 12-6pm

Skylight at Moynihan Station
421 Eigth Avenue, NYC

Sarah Morris , Still from Strange Magic, 2014, REDCODE HD digital video, 45 min 8 sec

Sarah Morris, Still from Strange Magic, 2014, REDCODE HD digital video, 45 min 8 sec

Maneuvering within Systems: the Artist and the Protagonist
Every month renowned art historian Bettina Funcke will talk with an influential figure in the field of contemporary art and visual culture, investigating their work and thinking, their histories, trajectories, and processes.

Artists Space Dialogue with Sarah Morris
March 2, 7pm ($5 entry)

Artists Space Books & Talks
55 Walker Street, NYC


2016 Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon
An all-day communal updating of Wikipedia entries on subjects related to art and feminism. FREE but registration required. RSVP here.

Saturday, March 5, 10am-5pm

MoMA – Cullman Education and Research Building
4 West 54th Street, NYC