Seen & Heard: CorePower Yoga Studio Confirmed

••• CorePower Yoga finally confirmed what we discovered in January: It’s opening a studio at 166 Duane/25 Hudson. (Thanks to G. for the photo.)

••• S. sends word that the Bolton’s store at 253 Broadway is closing.

••• “It doesn’t seem like you can isolate a neighborhood (like maybe Tribeca) but given its location it is pretty easy to see how it works in the hood,” emailed S. about this: “An eye-opening look at the population ‘heartbeat’ of Manhattan, which swells to an incredible four million people during an average workday.” (I haven’t had a chance to check it out yet, but I trust that it’s interesting.)

••• Opening tomorrow at Art Projects International: Summer Selections, “featuring a selection of works with a focus on prints by Gwenn Thomas, Il Lee, Richard Tsao, Soo Im Lee, Zheng Xuewu.” Below: The lovely “Rosette II” by Gwenn Thomas.

••• Opening Friday at Bortolami: “Bortolami is pleased to host Corbett vs. Dempsey, Chicago, for Condo New York 2018.  Corbett vs. Dempsey will be presenting new works by Rebecca Morris, and a historical work by Edward Flood. “In her ‘Manifesto for Abstractionists and Friends of the Non-Objective,’ painter Rebecca Morris offers a potent line in which one can find much of her artistic project: ‘Strive for the deeper structure.’ […] Originally a member of the 1960s Chicago Imagist group called the Nonplussed Some, Edward Flood moved to New York, where his worked shifted towards abstraction and he explored a more post-minimal set of ideas in his sculptures.  By the late 1970s, he was working on elaborate installation pieces, often with elements projecting out from the wall like fins. Flood, who died tragically early, barely into his forties, made his masterpiece in this mode in 1980, an enormous work titled “Diamondback.” […] CvsD is pleased to show “Diamondback” for the first time in New York at Condo 2018.” Below: “Untitled” by Morris.