"Summer Friday" Private Tour at SculptureCenter

Date: Friday: July 14, 2017
Where: SculptureCenter | 44-19 Purves Street, Long Island City, NY 11101 | View Map
Time: 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm (Private tour 2:15-3pm; Cocktail reception 3:30-5PM; Includes Admission)
Cost: $10.00 for members, $20.00 for non-members

Leave work early and join us for our annual summer field trip. We will be getting a private tour of the SculptureCenter from 2:15pm to 3pm. Afterwards, you will have time to enjoy the art at your leisure. A cocktail reception in the courtyard is from 3:30pm-5pm.


Current Exhibitions at the SculptureCenter include:

Teresa Burga: Mano Mal Dibujada Historical and recent works are on view, including Burga’s Prismas sculptures from the 1960s, and a new series of sculptures are presented for the first time in their entirety.

Charlotte Prodger: Subtotal Using narration, sound, and moving image, Prodger interweaves narrative fragments that imbed time and place through her subjectivity. This exhibition marks the U.S. premier of Prodger’s video work, BRIDGIT (2016), and includes a new site-specific sculpture and works on paper.

Sam Anderson: The Park Anderson’s series of newly commissioned sculptures, including a sound piece and video work for SculptureCenter’s lower level galleries, isolates and abstracts the idea of community.

Alejandro Cesarco: Words Like Love: Alphaville, First Scenes Cerarco’s temporary public art project is installed on a 14-by-48-foot billboard at the intersection of Jackson Avenue and Queens Plaza in Long Island City. The work is a textual interpretation of the opening scene of filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard's Alphaville (1965), an iconic science fiction/noir film that describes a futuristic dystopian society controlled by a supercomputer. Cesarco's project is the second artwork commissioned through Public Process, SculptureCenter's art education program.

Tickets are limited. Reserve your spot as soon as possible.

Friends and family are welcome but will also need to purchase a non-member ticket.

Visit the SculptureCenter website to read more about the exhibitions.