Some events that caught our eye this week:
- The New Museum presents “Wangechi Mutu: Intertwined”, opening on March 2. The show is a large-scale solo exhibition of work by Kenyan artist Wangechi Mutu, bringing together more than one hundred works across painting, collage, drawing, sculpture, and film that will take over the entire museum.
- Mark DeGarmo Dance continues its Salon Performance Series for Social Change live on on zoom at 7pm on March 2. The salon provides a curated opportunity for the general public to view, engage with, and “demystify the creation of original dance and movement works-in-progress of selected emerging and established artists.”
- Alexandra Tatarsky premieres “Sad Boys in Harpy Land” at Abrons Arts Center March 10-18. The performance is a semi-autobiographical “tour-de-farce” about a young Jewish woman who thinks she is a small German boy who thinks he is a tree.
- Pioneers Go East Collective bring their Body Mapping Workshop with Anabella Lenzu to The Clemente as part of the free NEXT Workshop series. Using drawings to share stories, the workshop challenges the participants to think about how they view their stories in relationship with themselves and their bodies.
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