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Vamp, Atlanta, 2005, Chip Simone

Solo Exhibition Opening: Chip Simone, Steven Kasher Gallery, 521 West 23 Street, opening April 12, 6 – 8pm.

An exhibition of Chip Simone’s digital street photographs will be shown in conjunction with Vivian Meijer: Unseen Images at Steven Kasher Gallery from April 12th – May 26th.  More than 40 color prints reflect images shot by Simone over the past decade in Atlanta, where he currently lives, and in his home state of Massachusetts.

Group Exhibition Opening: Alter Minimal – Lexicon Series Vol. 1, Parallel Art Space, 1717 Troutman Street, #220, Ridgewood, New York, opening Saturday April 14, 6 – 9pm.

Parallel Art Space presents the  inaugural exhibition in its new location in Ridgewood, New York. Alter Minimal is the first group show in the Lexicon series that brings together artists who share formal styles and/or aesthetic concerns.  The five participating artists who employ minimalism are Clinton King, Lance Lankford, Gary Peterson, Suzanne Stroebe and Andrew Zarou.

Exhibition: Keith Haring: 1978 – 1982, Brooklyn Museum, 200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, through July 8.

A large-scale exhibition of Keith Haring’s early work at the Brooklyn Museum chronicles the beginning of his career making public and political art in the streets of New York City.  On view are works on paper, experimental videos, sketchbooks, journals, exhibition posters, subway drawings and documentary photographs.

Artist Talk: Jeanne Hilary, The School of Visual Arts Amphitheater, 209 East 23rd Street, 3rd Floor, 7pm.

The CCNY and the SVA Photography Department present a lecture with photographer and new media artist Jeanne Hilary who has lived and worked between Paris and Brooklyn since 2007. Hilary has combined long-term personal projects with commissions for editorial, commercial and institutional clients.

– Tema Stauffer