Moonlight Rides: Cycle Through the Park
Friday, October 1, 2010 10PM – Central Park Columbus Circle: Maine Monument
Avoid the midday crowds by joining Time’s Up for its Moonlight Rides in Central Park. “When the park’s less crowded, it helps people appreciate the natural surroundings,” says director Bill DiPaola. Take a leisurely spin past Central Park’s waterside spots, including the Bethesda Fountain and the Harlem Meer. Takes place the first Friday of every month.
For more info: nycgovparks.org/
Exhibition: Photography by Bob Cain
On View until October 31 – Indian Road Café (600 W. 218th Street)
This month, at one of our favorite spots, Indian Road Café, photographer Robert Cain will be exhibiting photos from his collection “New York in Motion.” While you’re there you might as well enjoy one of the excellent options from their menu and wash it down with a specialty beer from their extensive beer list.
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Exhibition: Inwood Skies – Imaginary Landscapes
On View until October 28 – Russ Berrie Medical Science Pavilion 1150 St. Nicholas Avenue at 168th Street & Lasker Biomedical Building 3960 Broadway (entrance on 166th Street)
The Office of Government and Community Affairs at Columbia University presents the works of the award-winning, Inwood-based Argentine artist, Andrea Cukier. The paintings in this exhibition belong to a series called Inwood Skies. These are imaginary landscapes inspired by the changing atmosphere in the narrow gaps of sky that the artist sees from her window.
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On View until November 24, 2010 – Exit Art 475 Tenth Ave
Alternative Histories is a history of New York City alternative art spaces and projects since the 1960s. Through audio interviews with founders and key staff, a reading room of magazines and publications, documentation, ephemera and narrative descriptions, the exhibition will tell the story of pioneering spaces – like P.S.1, Artists Space, Fashion Moda, Taller Boricua, ABC No Rio, The Kitchen, Franklin Furnace, Exit Art, 112 Greene Street, White Columns, Creative Time, Electronic Arts Intermix, Anthology Film Archives, Storefront for Art and Architecture, Just Above Midtown, and many more – as well as document a new generation of alternative projects such as Live With Animals, Fake Estate, Apartment Show, Pocket Utopia, Cleopatra’s, English Kills Art Gallery, Triple Candie, Esopus Space, and others.
For more info: exitart.org/