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Here is another art exhibition New Yorkers should be excited about.

Oded Hirsch is having his first solo exhibition: nothing new, here in New York and he has the art community buzzing.

"In a series of videos and photographs completed over the past few years, Hirsch presents seemingly purposeless collective endeavors, performed in real time, where the focus is more on the process than on the outcome of the undertaking. Questioning the very notion of “togetherness” and utopia, Hirsch produces works that, while profound and political, are also intimate and moving," Thierry Goldberg Gallery explains.

Click here for more information

WHAT: Oded Hirsch Solo Exhibition: nothing new

WHERE: 103 Norfolk Street between Rivington and Delancey Streets

WHEN: Through Sunday April 15

It is not an overstatement if we say Andy Warhol is one of the most well known Pop artists. The painting of Campbell’s soup cans Marilyn Monroe are all too familiar with us. However Andy Warhol had more to him than just his paintings. He was a well respected photographer himself, and this exhibition, “Andy Warhol: Photographer” is a chance for the public to see.

"Andy Warhol: Photographer" is an exhibition of 143 unique prints and is the first gallery show that purely focuses on his photographic products.

Click here to read what Christopher Bollen-Editor-at-Large of Interview magazine has to say…

If you’ve been to MoMA one too many times and want to see a different side of Warhol’s works try going out to this exhibition this week!



WHERE: 527 West 23rd Street (23rd St between 10th and 11th Aves)

PHONE: 212.629.6778


Here we go fellow CMB members it’s Thursday and lets get ready for the weekend!

I already posted some things for you to do, but here there are again so you won’t have to scroll through the pages.


Location: Webster Hall (125 East 11th St. between 4th and 3rd Aves)

When: TONIGHT @ 8:00pm

Tickets still available (click)

Listen to Squarepusher do his thing before you go



You and your date should be the first ones to go to Francesca Woodman’s exhibition that starts tomorrow (Fri 3/16/2012).

Woodman is best known for her black and white photography work which will be on view along with her short films.

Location: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (1071 Fifth Ave. between 88th and 89th Sts)

When: OPENS Friday 3/16 through 6/13



It’s that time of the year again when you can have green beer, Irish car bombs, Guinness…all throughout the day. Join in on St. Patrick’s Days’ festivities by going to the biggest event- the PARADE.

Wear your green shirt and if you’re not Irish, its okay… just believe you are one for this day and have fun!

When: 3/17/2012   11am-5pm

Parade Website


Have a Feast on St. Paddy’s Day—Southern Style

Are you too lazy to go to the St. Paddy’s Day parade and would rather pig out with your friends and maybe your date?

Check out Southern Hospitality BBQ

They have a special menu for Saturday with great deals for your St. Paddy’s Day special drinks. While you’re at it, you should ready your stomachs- since heavy drinking is bout to happen- with south style deliciousness.

Hope you all have a fantastic weekend!


Thu 10am–7pm; Fri - Sat 10am–9pm; Sun 10am–7pm. Ongoing11 Fulton St at Front St New York, NY

(888) 926-3437
Subway: A, C, J, Z, 2, 3, 4, 5 to Fulton St (Nassau St)
Price: $18–$23.50
"Lose your senses—one of them, anyway—at this exhibit housed at South Street Seaport. The premise is fairly simple: Participants walk through a completely darkened space (led by a blind or visually impaired guide), which has been filled with sounds and smells unique to New York City (no word yet on whetherthat awful manhole stink is included)." Time Out New York