Coming Up: Bill Murray, Tribeca Artists, Bebel Gilberto

Just a heads-up that this is the last of these Coming Up posts.

At Cheryl Hazan Gallery: “Amsterdam artist Diederick Kraaijeveld exhibits a selection of sculptural works; three Chuck Taylor All Stars, a Coke Can and a Money Roll. Diederick builds constructions of classic pop icons out of vintage reclaimed painted wood. He uses the old painted wooden planks scavenged from demolition and construction sites from the Netherlands and other countries to piece together his hand crafted photorealistic wall reliefs.”

JUNE 6–12
FB Gallery is pleased to present Illuminati, featuring the official debut of the latest Lightbodies by contemporary artist Kilu. Kilu’s artistic practice incorporates light as both the source material and focus of his work. He explores the intangible medium by transforming and combining objects into sculptures, which manipulate, capture and absorb the intrinsic values of light.”

JUNE 7–28
“Broadway,” a show by Peter Stanick, is at One Art Space.

I Am New York” is at the Hudson & Broad event space (174 Hudson) from 7 to 11 p.m.: “This special event is a ‘gallery show’ where artists expose their emotions through different forms of art, influenced by their New York experience and heritage. Artists: Stefania Comandatore, Lola Bouli, Dominick Ferraro, John Salmeri III, Manny Toonkel, Salvatore Raffaele, Paulie, Gerard Marinaccio. Photographers: Jeffrey Shagawat, Izzy Quevenard, Grazia Vita. Filmmakers: IT, Luigi Comandatore. Performances by Denitia Odigie, Sly, Brian Ceballo, Frank Lombardi, Ready 2 Rock Crew. Music by DJ Aura Eleven.”

From Poets House: “Join us for a very special Bridgewalk celebrating Poets House’s 25th Anniversary year. Our annual poetic pilgrimage from City Hall to Fulton Ferry Landing will feature poetry readings by Marie Howe, Thomas Lux, Sharon Olds, Tracy K. Smith and actor Bill Murray, followed by a festive dinner at Bubby’s Brooklyn. This year we are delighted to honor Galway Kinnell with the Elizabeth Kray Award for service to the field of poetry.” Tickets are $250.

Canal Park Playhouse and The TRUF are thrilled to present the first NY revival of Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me, written by Frank McGuinness and directed by Justin Lauro.”

New York Academy of Art‘s Sixth-Annual Summer Exhibition.

Canal Park Playhouse and The TRUF are thrilled to present the world premiere of Sarazad and the Monster-King, a re-imagining of the story of Scheherazade or The 1001 Arabian Nights, written by E. J. C. Calvert and directed by Justin Lauro.”

Tom Morello of Rage Against the Machine plays City Winery.

Bebel Gilberto plays City Winery.


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