The Bacon Tour

By David Tez

Photo: Staff

From time to time, The Scout will feature interborough food tours designed as culinary and geographic explorations of our fair city. Each has been field tested, in a single day,…

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The Tenenbaums

By Siobhan Vivian

Photo: Staff

The Royal Tenenbaums is Wes Anderson’s visual love letter to New York. Though never explicitly named, the film presents a stunningly constructed pastiche of the quirky, the kitschy and the…

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Wes Lang at Half Gallery

Here Comes Sunshine
Art May 17 - June 22
Wes Lang at Half Gallery

Photo: Wes Lang

Wes Lang’s Here Comes Sunshine at Half Gallery. Opening reception on Thursday May 17 from 6-8pm.

Died Young, Stayed Pretty

Rock Poster Show and Documentary
Art July 16 - July 23
Died Young, Stayed Pretty Rock Poster Show

Photo: 303Grand

A bit short notice, but we wanted to announce an interesting pair of upcoming events. Opening tonight at 303Grand, the Died Young, Stayed Pretty Rock Poster Show rides shot gun with Eileen Yaghoobian’s documentary of the same name. The event is sponsored by Giant Robot and Kayrock Screenprinting.


No Soul For Sale

X Initiative
Art June 24 - June 28
No Soul For Sale, A Festival of Independents

Photo: Javier Jaen Benavides; X Initiative

X Initiative opens the second of its seasonal phases, No Soul For Sale, A Festival of Independents, to the public today. The event is the product of inviting thirty esteemed arts organizations from all over the world to transform spaces in the X Building however they like: be it with art, publications, performances, videos, or any other way they choose to work with the space. In addition, each is given an hour to have free reign of a dedicated performance area. A full list of participants and details can be found here.


Spencer Finch: The River That Flows Both Ways

The High Line
Art June 9 - December 31
Spencer Finch, The River That Flows Both Ways

Photo: CreativeTime

We heard Spencer Finch speak last spring about his anticipated installation for the High Line, The River That Flows Both Ways, and really liked his thinking. The installation opened simultaneously with the long-awaited unveiling of the first section of the High Line to the public this Tuesday, June 9.


Picasso: Mosqueteros

Gagosian Gallery
Art March 26 - June 6
Pablo Picasso, Etriente, 1972.

Photo: Rob McKeever; Courtesy Gagosian Gallery

Regardless of your preconceptions of Picasso, the one thing you can expect from Picasso: Mosqueteros, the ambitious show of the artist’s late work currently on view at Gagosian Gallery, is to have your expectations trumped. The sheer scale of the show itself and the strength of the work from the often-overlooked last decade of Picasso’s life are nothing short of impressive. Be sure to spend time with the series of delightfully whimsical and rich works on paper, which his dramatic canvases can easily overshadow.


Ernesto Neto: anthropodino

Park Avenue Armory
Art May 14 - June 14

Photo: Park Avenue Armory

Nylon stalactites. Biomorphic spice sacks. Pools of plastic balls. These are some ways to begin describing Brazilian artist Ernesto Neto’s installation, Anthropodio, that launches Park Avenue Armory’s series of site-specific commissions. To begin only; one truly needs to experience this multi-sensory interactive environment in person to gain any sense of what it is.