Calendar. 10.26.11.


Boxers, possibly Golden Gloves contenders, lined up in boxing ring, c. 1955, by Charles “Teenie” Harris. Part of the exhibit Teenie Harris, Photographer: An American Story, at the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh. Opens Saturday. (Image courtesy of the Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh.)

  • Buenos Aires: Ernesto Neto at the Faena Arts Center. Through February 12.
  • L.A.: In Context, a group show with Louise Bourgeois, Joseph Cornell, Radciffe Bailey and David Hammons, among many others, at Roberts & Tilton. Opens Saturday, at 6pm, in Culver City.
  • L.A.: Monique Prieto, Time Enough, at ACME, through November 12.
  • L.A.: Gronk and Patssi Valdez lead a walk-through of the Asco exhibit at LACMA this evening at 7:30pm.
  • L.A.: Jeremy Fish & Kenichi Yokono: Rise of the Underground, at Mark Moore Gallery. Opens Saturday, at 6pm.
  • Riverside, Calif.: JEFF&GORDON, Play Against, at the Sweeney Art Gallery at the University of California Riverside. Opens Saturday, at 6pm.
  • Chicago: The Three Graces, at the Art Institute of Chicago. Opens Saturday.
  • Atlanta: Nosferatu, screened with live music by Felipe Barral, in conjunction with Possible Futures, at the Goat Farm. Today and Friday at 8:30pm.
  • Philadelphia: Laurie Anderson, Forty-Nine Days in the Bardo, at the Fabric Workshop and Museum. Through November 19.
  • NYC: Die Like You Really Mean It, at Allegra LaViola. Through December 3rd, on the Lower East Side.
  • NYC: Bushwick Beat Night, in which various Bushwick art spaces stay open late. This Friday, from 6-10pm.
  • Plus, get all my New York City recommends on Gallerina

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