SoHo is no longer the artist’s oasis it once was, but the neighborhood is still home to a number of galleries, many of which host exhibitions in the avant-garde spirit of the old days. Tonight, go gallery hopping along Broadway and West Broadway—to join, pick up wrist bands at Moleskine (436 West Broadway) or the SoHo Arts Building (110 Greene Street). Participating galleries include Peter LIK, home to the fine arts photographer known for his dreamlike landscapes (and who once told the New York Times, “I’m God”), and Martin Lawrence, which specializes in the paintings and sculptures of big names like Basquiat, Murakami, and Warhol. A silent auction to benefit ACE Programs for the Homeless will follow the tour, as well as live music from Cat Cat Cat, KT Mulholland, and Lily Lane.
Thu., May 7, 6 p.m., 2015
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on May 6, 2015