12 Things to Do in New York’s Art World Before March 10

  • MONDAY, MARCH 3

    Opening: Brendan Fowler, “New Camera” at Half Gallery
    Shown in conjunction with Untitled, this show debuts a new production method from the artist that uses commercial embroidery machines as a sort of dark room for his photography. First shown at LAXART, this is the first time they’re in New York. —Dan Duray
    Half Gallery, 43 East 78th Street, New York, 6-8 p.m.

    Discussion: Karlheinz Weinberger at Maccarone
    Maccarone has assembled a killer lineup of art types to discuss the work of the storied Swiss photographer Karlheinz Weinberger (1921–2006): Allen Frame, Bob Nickas, Piper Marshall and Collier Schorr. Special bonus: the gallery’s new Eugene von Bruenchenhein show will be open at its Greenwich Street gallery from 6 to 8 p.m. Sounds like a hot evening for hot photography. —Andrew Russeth
    Maccarone, 98 Morton Street, New York, 6 p.m.

    THURSDAY, MARCH 6

    Opening: Sarah Lucas “NUD NOB” at Gladstone Gallery
    Is Sarah Lucas the best YBA? It’s a bold question, felt bold to ask it. Maybe go to this show and possibly settle that question, once and for the time being. —D.D.
    Gladstone Gallery, 515 West 24 Street, New York, 6-8 p.m.

    Opening: The Last Brucennial
    The Bruce High Quality Foundation’s Brucennial is always a great time. They might be kidding about this being the last. Go anyway, it’ll be fun/packed. —D.D.
    837 Washington Street, New York, 6-10 p.m.

    Performance: Rashaad Newsome, “FIVE” at the Drawing Center
    Rashaad Newsome will present a multimedia performance featuring vogue dancing. —Michael H. Miller
    The Drawing Center, 35 Wooster Street, New York, 6:30, event is booked but email info@drawingcenter.org to get on the standby list

    Molly Surno, “Ivar” at The Suzanne Geiss Company
    To quote from the release, Molly Surno will continue “her questioning of body politics and voyeurism through a lush installation that transforms the storefront at The Suzanne Geiss Company into a tropical landscape featuring 16mm film projections.” They had me at tropical. Head on down for some illusory warmth and the simultaneous opening of Molly Lowe’s first solo show in New York. —Zoë Lescaze
    The Suzanne Geiss Company, 76 Grand Street, New York, 6-8 p.m.

    Opening: Dan Graham, Giuseppe Penone, Danh Vo, Jeff Wall at Marian Goodman Gallery
    It’s a group show at Marian Goodman featuring Dan Graham, Giusepe Penone, Danh Vo and Jeff Wall. Why not go to it if you’re into that kind of thing. —M.H.M.
    Marian Goodman Gallery, 24 West 57th Street, New York, 6-8 p.m.

    Opening: David Hartt, “The Republic” at David Nolan Gallery
    Using film, sculpture and other media, David Hartt will examine the Greek urban planner Constantinos Doxiadis and his unrealized city plans for Athens and Detroit. —Z.L.
    David Nolan Gallery, 527 West 29th Street, New York, 6-8 p.m.

    FRIDAY, MARCH 7

    Opening: Laurie Simmons, “Kigrumi, Dollers and How We See” at Salon 94
    Laurie Simmons continues her longstanding fascination with dolls with new photographs that explore Kigrumi, a sub-genre of Japanese cosplay in which participants transform themselves into doll-like characters with elaborate ensembles, hair, makeup and masks. —Z.L.
    Salon 94, 243 Bowery, New York, 6-8 p.m.

    SATURDAY, MARCH 8

    Opening: Joanne Greenbaum at Rachel Uffner Gallery
    Rachel Uffner will re-open at a new location with a solo show by Joanne Greenbaum and a group show with Strauss Bourque-LaFrance, Caitlin Keogh, Pam Lins and Sean Raspet. —M.H.M.
    Rachel Uffner Gallery, 170 Suffolk Street, New York, 6-8 p.m.

    SUNDAY, MARCH 9

    Opening: “Plop Fall the Plums” at Bodega
    The Bodega gallery, formerly of Philadelphia, unveils its new Manhattan location with an auspicious-sounding six-person show, with Tomer Aluf, Sam Anderson, Tova Carlin, Rochelle Goldberg, Carlos Reyes and Chloe Seibert. —A.R.
    Bodega, 167 Rivington Street, New York, 6–9 p.m.

    Openings: Maria Lassnig, Christoph Schlingensief and Korakrit Arunanondchai at MoMA PS1
    There’s something for everyone at PS1 this weekend: a trove of paintings from a master (Ms. Lassnig, whose work is pictured), a look at the career of a now-lost legend (Schlingensief) and the solo museum debut of a promising young buck (Mr. Arunanondchai). —A.R.
    MoMA PS1, 22-25 Jackson Avenue, Queens, noon–6 p.m., $10/$5 (suggested between noon–1 p.m.)

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