art in odd places

On 14th Street, Total Strangers Get a Chance to Slow Dance

(Photos: Ilaria Parogni)

(Photos: Ilaria Parogni)

(Photos: Ilaria Parogni)

(Photos: Ilaria Parogni)

(Photos: Ilaria Parogni)

(Photos: Ilaria Parogni)

(Photos: Ilaria Parogni)

(Photos: Ilaria Parogni)

(Photos: Ilaria Parogni)

(Photos: Ilaria Parogni)

(Photos: Ilaria Parogni)

(Photos: Ilaria Parogni)

(Photos: Ilaria Parogni)

(Photos: Ilaria Parogni)

(Photos: Ilaria Parogni)

(Photos: Ilaria Parogni)

(Photos: Ilaria Parogni)

(Photos: Ilaria Parogni)

(Photos: Ilaria Parogni)

(Photos: Ilaria Parogni)

(Photos: Ilaria Parogni)

(Photos: Ilaria Parogni)

(Photos: Ilaria Parogni)

(Photos: Ilaria Parogni)

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Yesterday around lunch time, four women stood at the intersection of 14th Street and First Avenue, scanning the crowd and timidly making eye contact with the occasional passerby. Their white t-shirts read: “Slow dance with me.”
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3 Art Fests: Spy into Studios Or Openly Admire an Edward Snowden Statue

(Photo: Brian Wagner)

(Photo: Brian Wagner)

Greenpoint Open Studios
Oct. 3-5, various locations in Greenpoint
Greenpoint’s yearly studio crawl hasn’t quite reached the frenzy of its Bushwick counterpart, but it’s growing. This year, after the Oct. 3 opening party at Dirck the Norseman, 265 artists will open their studio doors to show off their painting, jewelry, ceramics, video art, photography, sculpture, and more. Keep Reading »

Art Is in the Air: FAB! Festival Tomorrow, Art in Odd Places Next Month

FAB! Festival, 2012. (Photo: Tim Schreier)

The installation of Chris Burden’s 30-foot sailboat on the facade of the New Museum isn’t the only bit of public art livening up in the neighborhood. Two of the East Village’s beloved culture carnivals are back, starting with the FAB! Festival tomorrow.
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