Calendar. 04.01.10.


Fence, 2010, by Adam Satushek. Part of the solo exhibit Annex at Platform Gallery in Seattle, opens today at 6pm. (Image courtesy of Platform.)

  • In NYC: Conversions: One-Night Stands, a month-long series of art events, at BronxArtSpace in Mott Haven, kicking off this Saturday at 7pm.
  • In NYC: Deborah Brown, the Bushwick Paintings, at Storefront Gallery in Brooklyn, opens Friday at 6pm.
  • In NYC: Liz Engelhardt, Silentscapes, at 571 Projects, opens today at 6pm.
  • In NYC: Martin Bromirski, Cro-Mirski: in Nega-View, at John Davis Gallery, opens today. Reception on Saturday at 6pm.
  • In L.A.: Month of Photography Los Angeles kicks off at locations around the city, starting today. Opening events will kick off this Saturday at Frank Pictures and Robert Berman Gallery at Bergamot Station in Santa Monica, this Saturday, with the exhibition Proj’ekt LA MexLA: Our Neighbor. Find a full events calendar here.
  • In Richmond, Calif.: NIAD: Rare and Unreleased, at the NIAD Art Center, opens Monday. Reception on Sat., April 10 at 2pm.
  • In Oakland, Calif.: Keer Tanchak and Christina Corfield, The Velveteen Order, at Johansson Projects, opens Friday at 5pm.
  • In Seattle: Elias Hansen: We Used to Get So High, at Lawrimore Project, opens today.
  • In Seattle: Troy Gua, Meet, Greet, Rinse, Repeat, at Monarch Contemporary, opens today at 6pm.
  • In Berlin: Kiosk, organized by David Horvitz, at Golden Parachutes, opens Saturday.
  • In Beijing: Olafur Eliasson and Ma Yansong, Feelings are Facts, at UCCA, opens Sunday. (ArchDaily.)

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