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DKNY Times

April 16, 2014
WEEK OF APRIL 14, 2014

Agenda Listings

  • Tiki Mondays at Mother's Ruin | Barkeep Brian Miller's traveling tiki show recently set up shop at Mother's Ruin where, every Monday night, he presents a menu of classic tropical drinks.
  • Mavado at Santos Party House | The leading light of Jamaican dancehall has lately taken on the role of emissary to American hip-hop radio, guesting on records by Snoop Lion, French Montana, and Ace Hood and corralling Nicki Minaj for his own “Give It All to Me.”
  • Deep Space: Francois K. at Cielo | Francois K. steers you to the dubby nether regions of dance via spaced-out beats at this all-are-welcome soiree.
  • Swoon: Submerged Motherlands at Brooklyn Museum | Renowned local street artist reflects on Hurricane Sandy.
  • Sweet at The Slipper Room | Seth Herzog's weekly comedy show, featuring guest appearances from big names like Michael Showalter and not-so-big-names like Herzog's mother.
  • Leigh Ledare at Mitchell-Innes and Nash Chelsea | Few photographic shows are filled with as much pathos as Leigh Ledare’s pining looks at love, need, sex, and passion.
  • Lebbeus Woods, Architect at The Drawing Center | The visionary architect built little but influenced many, and his ideas for traumatized cities are both horrifying and hopeful, projecting confidence that even catastrophe can be a platform for new ideas.
  • Leslie Jamison at McNally Jackson | Interviewed by writer Michelle Orange.
  • Touching Strangers at Aperture Foundation Gallery | Richard Renaldi set up his view camera in American public places and coaxed pairs of people into physical interactions.
  • Betty Who at Music Hall of Williamsburg | Australia’s Betty Who specializes in earwormy pop, but with more refreshing glee.


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