- Miami: Bruce Weber, Haiti/Little Haiti, at the Museum of Contemporary Art, opens Thursday.
- NYC: The launch of Creative Time Comics, at Desert Island Comics in Williamsburg, this Wednesday at 7pm.
- NYC: Peter Schjehldahl gives a talk at the School of Visual Arts, Of Ourselves and Our Origins: Subjects of Art, this Thursday at 7pm at the SVA Theatre.
- NYC: Fawn Krieger, Ruin Value, at Solway, in Brooklyn, opens today at 4pm.
- NYC: What is the Where?: A Recession Art Show, at Invisible Dog, in Brooklyn, through Nov. 21.
- Houston: Kurt Schwitters, Color and Collage, at the Menil Collection, through Jan. 30. (…might be good.)
- Portland, Oreg.: An Afternoon with Artemisia Gentileschi: Film and Conversation, at the Whistsell Auditorium at the Portland Art Museum, this Saturday at 1pm. (Unfortunately, there’s not info on this online, but it’s a screening of the film A Woman Like That, followed by a discussion.)
- L.A.: Jonathan Gold and Bret Easton Ellis, together, at the Hammer Museum, tonight at 7pm. The mind reels.
- L.A.: A screening of Handmade Nation, at Urban Craft Center in Santa Monica, this Wednesday at 7pm.
- L.A.: Linda Ekstrom, at Sherry Frumkin Gallery in Santa Monica, through Nov. 20.
- ***PLUS: Can you handle the truth? If you live in Austin, you can have your portfolio reviewed in public.
On an unrelated note:
I was interviewed by the ADVERVE podcast, in which I talk about writin’ and journalism and psycho Peruvian bus rides that involve bolsitas de barf. Check it!!!