nyc art scene

a carefully curated calendar & cumulative catalog of new york city's most interesting art exhibitions and events. hand picked by Arthur Seen & Team

Art/Music Performance Tomorrow, June 21, 10:30p: “ANXIETEAM” Jon Burgerman & Jim AvignonPete’s Candy Store, 709 Lorimer St., Brooklyn, NY Anxieteam, the musical collaboration between internationally acclaimed visual artists Jon Burgerman and Jim Avignon, bids farewell to NYC this Thursday night"What do you get when you combine the most famous doodle artist in the world with a cult figure in the Berlin art underground, then throw in a ukulele, a bunch of masks, an obsession with salad and an overactive sense of worry? ANXIETEAM, a musical collaboration between internationally acclaimed visual artists Jon Burgerman and Jim Avignon."

Art/Music Performance Tomorrow, June 21, 10:30p:

ANXIETEAM
 Jon Burgerman & Jim Avignon

Pete’s Candy Store, 709 Lorimer St., Brooklyn, NY

Anxieteam, the musical collaboration between internationally acclaimed visual artists Jon Burgerman and Jim Avignon, bids farewell to NYC this Thursday night

"What do you get when you combine the most famous doodle artist in the world with a cult figure in the Berlin art underground, then throw in a ukulele, a bunch of masks, an obsession with salad and an overactive sense of worry? ANXIETEAM, a musical collaboration between internationally acclaimed visual artists Jon Burgerman and Jim Avignon."

Opens Tomorrow Afternoon (Nov 19) 2-4p: “Groundbreak”
Abe Lincoln Jr., Jon Burgerman, Ellis Gallagher
curated by Joyce Manalo & Keith Schweitzer”When he wasn’t dodging the rain this morning, the multi-talented Jon Burgerman was outside Extra Place, an alley off Manhattan’s East 1st Street between the Bowery and 2nd Avenue, gracing the sidewalk with his intriguing mix of overlapping comical characters. He was getting ready for the opening of  “Groundbreak,” an outdoor exhibit, also featuring the artwork of Abe Lincoln, Jr. and Ellis Gallagher aka Ellis G. Curated by Joyce Manalo and Keith Schweitzer and presented by FABnyc’s ArtUp Program, “Groundbreak” opens with a reception, hosted by Oaxaca Taqueria at 16 Extra Place, this Saturday afternoon at 2pm.” - Vandalog
photo: Lois Stavsky

Opens Tomorrow Afternoon (Nov 19) 2-4p:

Groundbreak

Abe Lincoln Jr., Jon Burgerman, Ellis Gallagher

curated by Joyce Manalo & Keith Schweitzer

When he wasn’t dodging the rain this morning, the multi-talented Jon Burgerman was outside Extra Place, an alley off Manhattan’s East 1st Street between the Bowery and 2nd Avenue, gracing the sidewalk with his intriguing mix of overlapping comical characters. He was getting ready for the opening of  “Groundbreak,” an outdoor exhibit, also featuring the artwork of Abe Lincoln, Jr. and Ellis Gallagher aka Ellis G. Curated by Joyce Manalo and Keith Schweitzer and presented by FABnyc’s ArtUp Program, “Groundbreak” opens with a reception, hosted by Oaxaca Taqueria at 16 Extra Place, this Saturday afternoon at 2pm.” - Vandalog

photo: Lois Stavsky

Opens this Saturday (Nov 19) 2-4p:
“Groundbreak”
an outdoor exhibition featuring: Abe Lincoln Jr., Jon Burgerman, Ellis Gallagher
curated by Joyce Manalo of ArtForward and Keith Schweitzer of MaNY Project
Extra Place (the alley behind CBGB’s former location), NYC
Enter mid-block on East 1st Street (btw Bowery & 2nd Avenue)
F, M to 2nd Avenue
"Fourth Arts Block (FABnyc) will present ‘Groundbreak’, the inaugural exhibit in a rotating public art program for Artist Alley @ Extra Place. This exhibit is the latest in a series of temporary art installations in atypical locations in the East Village/Lower East Side through FABnyc’s ArtUp program”

Opens this Saturday (Nov 19) 2-4p:

Groundbreak

an outdoor exhibition featuring: Abe Lincoln Jr., Jon Burgerman, Ellis Gallagher

curated by Joyce Manalo of ArtForward and Keith Schweitzer of MaNY Project

Extra Place (the alley behind CBGB’s former location), NYC

Enter mid-block on East 1st Street (btw Bowery & 2nd Avenue)

F, M to 2nd Avenue

"Fourth Arts Block (FABnyc) will present ‘Groundbreak’, the inaugural exhibit in a rotating public art program for Artist Alley @ Extra Place. This exhibit is the latest in a series of temporary art installations in atypical locations in the East Village/Lower East Side through FABnyc’s ArtUp program”