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California-based photographers Colin Delehanty and Sheldon Neill spent more than ten months backpacking across Yosemite National Park to create this stunning five-minute time-lapse video of the park in all four seasons. (via

KARLHEINZ WEINBERGER
Portraits, 1959-1987
(February 15 - March 29 2014)

Maccarone is proud to present the gallery’s first solo exhibition of the late Swiss photographer, Karlheinz Weinberger (1921-2006.) A largely unrecognized pioneer of vernacular photography, Weinberger’s five-decade-long output is celebrated today as a nuanced and obsessive brand of portraiture that offers a unique perspective of pre-Stonewall, postwar youth culture. This exhibition encapsulates vintage prints dating from 1959 through the early 1980’s, many unseen by the public until now, offering Weinberger’s lifelong subjects in styles ranging from the iconic Halbstarke glam shots, to nudes, to close-ups of faces and one-of-a-kind jacket backs.

Tuesday - Saturday 10 AM - 6 PM
@ Maccarone: 98 Morton Street

Rubin Museum of Art: Bodies in Balance: The Essentials

A full weekend of talks and demonstrations on the rich subject of Tibetan medicine and concepts of wellbeing. Scholars, medical practitioners and experts meet to share their experience in eleven separate presentations. For those who wish to immerse themselves in the concepts of Tibetan medical practice, this is the weekend for you. Weekend and full day tickets are on sale now. Tickets for individual programs go on sale February 28, 2014.

A conference to deepen your appreciation of the exhibition Bodies in Balance: The Art of Tibetan Medicine.

Fri Mar 21 - Sun Mar 23, $40 per day, $65 full pass
@ Rubin Museum: 150 West 17th St
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Rubin Museum of Art: Bodies in Balance: The Essentials

A full weekend of talks and demonstrations on the rich subject of Tibetan medicine and concepts of wellbeing. Scholars, medical practitioners and experts meet to share their experience in eleven separate presentations. For those who wish to immerse themselves in the concepts of Tibetan medical practice, this is the weekend for you. Weekend and full day tickets are on sale now. Tickets for individual programs go on sale February 28, 2014.

A conference to deepen your appreciation of the exhibition Bodies in Balance: The Art of Tibetan Medicine.

Fri Mar 21 - Sun Mar 23, $40 per day, $65 full pass
@ Rubin Museum: 150 West 17th St

Future Rockets
In this weekend-long space speculation workshop, transform Eyebeam into a ‘situation room’ where the participants will be using NASA’s ‘Integrated Space Plan’ – essentially a huge flowchart mapping 200 years of space exploration – as a starting point to imagine past, present and future space ships, materialize and ‘launch’ them. On Day 1, create scale models of the space ships in question through simple model-making tools and materials. Then on Day 2 take a short bus ride – half re-enactment, half performative pilgrimage – to the historic site in Auburn, MA where Robert H. Goddard launched the world’s first rocket 88 years ago in March 16, 1929. Launch your rockets and pay-load and make future history!

March 15 10:00AM-8:00PM; March 16 10:00AM-10:00PM, $75
@ Eyebeam: 540 W 21st St.

Guastavino in New York with architect Santiago Calatrava

Join famed architect Santiago Calatrava as he talks with Leonard Lopate about the contributions of father-son team, Rafael Guastavino, Sr. (1842-1908) and Rafael Guastavino Jr. (1872-1950) on New York City’s architecture. The work of the Guatasvinos, notable for structural tile vaults, can be found in more than 200 places in the five boroughs, including Ellis Island, Carnegie Hall, the Bronx Zoo and Grand Central Terminal.

Monday, February 24 at 6:30pm, $15
@ Greene Space, 44 Charlton Street

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