April 01 2014

Highlights from Our Weekly To-Do List


Rand Hardy The Forward Look, 2013

55 Gansevoort is unconventional in the way it operates; the gallery doors don't actually open, the art is on display 24/7, and the shows–featuring artists from Leo Fitzpatrick to Todd Eberle– change monthly. Rand Hardy, whose work goes on display this Thursday, has been making sculptures since the late 60's. His work was exhibited at MoMA's seminal "Information Show," and was included in the 1973 Whitney Annual. Currently, Hardy has a sculpture in the group show, “The Paradox of Sculpture” at the National Academy Museum and School.

April 10 - May 4, 2014, open 24/7
55 Gansevoort Street
New York, NY 10014


Terry Riley's "In C" was a pivotal moment for minimalist music when the semi-aleatoric track was released in 1964. Over the decades many artists and/or marijuana enthusiasts have reinterpreted and re-recorded the track. On April 12th, The Industry, an experimental opera company, will participate in a four-hour choreographed dance alongside undulating inflatable figures.

April 12, 2014 from 1pm – 5pm
Hammer Museum
10899 Wilshire Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90024
Admission is free.


Aboard a vintage Rolls Royce, Gloria Estefan, the Cuban-born American singer-songwriter, will lead the 6th Annual Gay Pride Parade in Miami Beach. Kenny Ortega, the three-time Emmy winning choreographer and director, and one of the first to "come out" in the entertainment industry, will serve as Co-Grand Marshall.

Sunday, April 13, 2014 at 12pm.
Ocean Drive, from 7th Street to 15th Street
Miami Beach, FL

Festivities happening all week.