TUESDAY, JULY 17
Screening: “Maso et Miso Vont En Bateau,” at the Kitchen
Organized by Stéphanie Jeanjean and Alaina Claire Feldman around the themes of protest and satire, this two-day program, spanning Tuesday and Wednesday, features screenings of feminist videos made by radical pioneering French film collectives followed by discussions with artists and writers Elisabeth Subrin, K8 Hardy, Kate Millet, Georgia Sagri and Martha Wilson. The event aims to recognize the contribution of these collectives in the Western canon of media studies and feminism. A number of works will be making their English and American debuts. —Rozalia Jovanovic
TUESDAY, MAY 29
Screening: Iwan Schumacher, “Urs Fischer,” at New Museum
Iwan Schumacher’s documentary, Urs Fischer, makes its U.S. premiere at the New Museum, presented by Gavin Brown’s Enterprise and the Swiss Institute. –Michael H. Miller
New Museum, 235 Bowery, New York, doors at 6:30 p.m., screening 7 p.m. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Whitney Biennial 2012
As Asia Week rolls on, contemporary art galleries, recovered from bustle of Armory Week eek, are presenting new exhibition. There are artist talks and book launches scheduled across town, too. Below, a brief guide to the week.
TUESDAY, MARCH 20
Opening: Dustin Yellin at Half Gallery
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The 2012 Whitney Biennial kicked off with a well-attended press preview Monday afternoon. The schedule of events had one ambiguous listing: “2:30-3:30 p.m. Georgia Sagri 5th Floor mezzanine.”