A Weekly Listing of What We Love
uptown: nasty women/bad hombres
Artists included: Elan Cadiz, Vladimir Cybil Charlier, Pepe Coronado, COCO144/Roberto Gualtieri, Jaime Davidovich, Carlos De Jesus, Rene De Los Santos, Francisco Donoso FEEGZ/Carlos Jesús Martínez Domínguez, Sandra Fernández, Marquita Flowers, Reynaldo García Pantaleón, Alex Guerrero, Leslie Jiménez, Lauren Kelley, Rejin Leys, Stephanie Lindquist, Miguel Luciano, Luanda Lozano, Ivan Monforte, José Morales, Darío Oleaga, Jaime Permuth, Kenny Rivero, Moses Ros-Suarez, José Rodríguez, Aya Rodríguez-Izumi, Ruben Natal-San Miguel, Sable Elyse Smith, Rider Ureña, Regina Viqueira, and Nari Ward (Swing, 2010; work shown in photo).
A mixed media exhibition featuring NYC artists exploring the complexities of identity, society, gender, race. climate, and much more through the use of various methodologies.
Through November 5, 2017
El Museo del Barrio, 1230 Fifth Ave, NYC 10029
Author: Martin Amis
Published: 1991 / Reprint Edition: April 2011
Vintage, 177 pages
The thing is, we like a few curmudgeon writers. Martin Amis, as brilliant as he is, is not a likable fella, but this book is one we keep going back to read and admire. It’s a tale written backward with the cruelty of hindsight muted. Many writers emulate this work but few have accomplished its mastery.
Director: Andy Muschietti
Writers: Chase Palmer (screenplay by), Cary Fukunaga (screenplay by)…
Stars: Bill Skarsgård, Jaeden Lieberher, Finn Wolfhard
We didn’t see the original, but we heard Tim Curry is the only clown in town good enough. But that said this is still a fun film to watch with your honey. It will make you jump off your seat into those loving arms.
Album: Come Away with E.S.G. (1983)
We had no idea this band existed when we were little critters growing up in the concrete jungle. ESG (Emerald Sapphire & Gold) formed in the South Bronx in 1978. The band is made up of three sisters and their friend and received little attention in their heydays. We didn’t know anything about them until the early 2000s when we encountered their tunes at a wackadoodle house party in Brooklyn. We’re so happy we found them. It’s never too late to fall in love!
UNTANGLING THE COMPLICATED, CONTROVERSIAL LEGACY OF SIGMUND FREUD
Writer: Cody Delistraty
The Cut, September 5, 2017
Opening Paragraph: On January 24, 1895, in a letter that was kept unpublished for nearly 90 years, Sigmund Freud wrote nervously about a dangerous experiment he was planning to embark upon. “Now only one more week separates us from the operation,” he wrote to his friend Wilhelm Fliess, who would be performing the surgery. “My lack of medical knowledge once again weighs heavily on me.”