New York Art Week

May 6, 5-8pm; Curatorial visit 6:30pm

As part of New York Art Week’s program, our curatorial team leads a guided visit to Cuentos de Cuentas/ Accounts of Accounting, Carla Zaccagnini’s first solo exhibition in the US that began with written contributions and materialized in several new art installations. Learn more about the personal stories the artist translated into a collection of episodes and artworks that address migration, memory, economic aspirations and instabilities. Cuentos de cuentas / Accounts of Accounting is on view at 315 Maujer and 932 Grand, and will be open until 8pm.

Starting 5pm, join us for a festive drink or refreshment at the Amant Café and Bookstore, where the curator’s visit will begin at 6:30pm. Across the street, at Géza, visitors can view Olivia Plender’s Neither Strivers Nor Skivers, They Will Not Define Us, which will be screened until 8pm.

New York Art Week runs from May 5-12, with 21 other participants: The Brooklyn Museum, Christies, Drawing Center, Future Fairs, Guggenheim Museum, Independent, The Jewish Museum, MoMA, MoMA PS1, NADA, New Museum, Performance Space New York, Phillips, Queens Museum, Sculpture Center, Sotheby’s, Studio Museum, Swiss Institute, Tefaf, Metropolitan Museum, and the Whitney Museum. To learn more about New York Art Week and events at other participating locations, visit