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Top NYC Exhibitions Opening This Week (May 20 – 24)

By Olivia Swider

May 22, 2013

THURSDAY

Takuma Nakahira: “Circulation: Date, Place, Events” at Yossi Milo Gallery
May 23 – July 12
Opening: May 23, 6-8PM
245 Tenth Avenue
Circulation: Date, Place, Events was first exhibited in 1971 as part of the Seventh Paris Biennale. Each day, for seven consecutive days Nakahira photographed, developed and exhibited approximately one hundred photographs. The photographs are random glimpses from Nakahira’s daily activities in Paris, including strangers’ faces, produce stands, subway platforms, street posters and even his breakfast setting.

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Daniel Lefcourt: “Daniel Lefcourt: Modeler” at Mitchell-Innes & Nash
May 23 – June 29
Opening: May 23, 6-8PM
534 West 26th Street
Mitchell-Innes & Nash presents their first solo exhibition of Daniel Lefcourt, which will include new paintings and graphite panels within a modified exhibition framework. The exhibition title Modeler evokes someone – or something – making a scale model construction. It is this emphasis on making that captures Lefcourt’s interest: a fixation on material process in relation to simulation.

FRIDAY

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“Conspiracy of Beards” at Jack Hanley Gallery
Opening: May 24, 6PM
327 Broome Street
A performance of 30 men singing Leonard Cohen a capella.

William Leavitt: “Habitat” at the Kitchen
May 24 – May 25, 8PM
512 West 19th Street
Habitat takes places between two groups of neighbors in the adjoining backyards of a small mid-western town. While these people sometimes speak of what divides them, the real tragedy here arises in the ordinary business of life that distracts them from any possible concordance. As always, Leavitt registers the psychological impact of things that happen beyond one’s power of control.

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Conspiracy of BeardsDaniel LefcourtJack Hanley GalleryMitchell-Innes & NashTakuma NakahiraThe KitchenWilliam LeavittYossi Milo Gallery

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