Coming Up: Sondre Lerche, Suzzy Roche, and Ceramic Beauties

THROUGH APRIL 30
“City Paintings Inside and Out,” by Tribeca-based artist Lynda Caspe, is on exhibit at the Sovereign / Santander Bank at Franklin and Hudson. (That’s one of them pictured at right.)

FEBRUARY 23–MARCH 15
Andres Michelena’s “Content” at One Art Space.

FEBRUARY 25–MARCH 31
Melissa Brown’s “Palisades” at Kansas Gallery.

MARCH 1–31
“Mark My Words,” A group exhibit of text-based and graffiti-inspired paintings, is at Cheryl Hazan Gallery. Left: “Never” by Dan Monteavaro.

MARCH 6–APRIL 28
R 20th Century is delighted to announce the gallery’s first solo exhibition of works by Korean artist Hun-Chung Lee. This new collection reveals Lee combining materials such as stack-laminated wood, steel, concrete and glazed ceramic to create uniquely beautiful and structurally innovative designs. In the gallery cases, a collection of ceramic maquettes hand-crafted by the artist offers an engaging study of his creative process and experiments with architectural scale.

MARCH 9–APRIL 7
Hionas Gallery is pleased to announce ‘Lend Me Your Eyes,’ the first New York solo exhibition by sculptor and ceramicist Jessica Stoller. Stoller’s sculptures range from table-top figures and busts to large scale multi-piece works. In this solo endeavor Stoller continues using clay as a vehicle to explore issues of idealized beauty, vanity and the subjugation of the female body using porcelain as her primary media, a material inextricably linked to desire, secrecy and commodification.”

MARCH 10
This go-round of John Wesley Harding’s Cabinet of Wonders at City Winery features “Meg Baird (Espers), Sloane Crosley, A.H. Homes, Sondre Lerche, Eugene Mirman and more to come.”

MARCH 13
“The Pen Parentis Literary Salon rocks out on Tuesday, March 13th with big hitters Eleanor Henderson, Myfwny Collins, and Suzzy Roche (of The Roches). […] Wine and great conversation will flow after the readings at the Libertine at Gild Hall (a Thompson Hotel at 15 Gold Street). Get a sitter: these writers all have children, but the event is strictly for adults. Admission is free, and everyone 21+ is invited to attend.”

MARCH 22
“First Sight” at Tribeca Cinemas: “TV journalist and documentary filmmaker Joya Dass”—who lives in this neck of the woods—”tackles the topic of curable blindness in children in the developing world, in this 50-minute documentary.”

MAY 5–6
Nanci Griffith plays City Winery.

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