Have a Good Weekend: Dream Exhibits, Nightmare Art, Swearin’ and Screaming Females

March 7, 2014 | ANIMAL

Here’s some art, film, music and other stuff happening in NYC so you can Have a Good Weekend. Drop your suggestions in the comments or to tips@animalnewyork.com.


Logan Hicks’ “Love Never Saved Anything” special pop-up exhibition is on tonight. (6:30pm, Free, Manhattan)

Screaming Females play an intimate show at Silent Barn tonight with Tuff Tits and special birthday guests. (8pm, $10, Brooklyn)

Swearin’ brings their wistful, energetic brand of rock and roll to Music House of Williamsburg. (8pm, $10, Brooklyn)

GHE20G0TH1K QWEENBEAT TAKEOVER. (10pm, $10, Brooklyn)


If you’re not sure which art fair to hit this weekend, the Moving Image Contemporary Video Art Fair offers will actually involve and move you. And it’s free! (Free, Manhattan)

Check out Jay Shells’ new work at the Fountain Fair! ($10-$15, Manhattan)

Come see Anthony Antonellis’s solo show opening at Transfer Gallery and wish Transfer a happy 1st birthday! (6-11pm, Free, Brooklyn)

“Forgive me, i love you” is a three person show of artists whose work addresses clichés and romance in mass media.  (6pm, Free, Brooklyn)

A “bleak, hard, and colorless” Bill Douglas trilogy is screening at The Light Industry. (7pm, $7, Brooklyn)

Indie pop darling of the moment Frankie Cosmos headlines a show with Whatever Dad, Ruby Buff and Spook Houses at Shea Stadium. (8pm, Brooklyn)

Industry of Machines and Ad Hoc present a party at Baby’s All Right with newly Pitchfork-approved Torn Hawk, and electronic artists Traxx and Powell. (11:55pm, $12/$15, Brooklyn)


Ad Hoc’s biweekly Sunday night party at Bossa Nova features Julianna Huxtable, Max Pearl and Ad Hoc DJs. (9pm, Free, Brookyln)

Spring/Break Artshow fair isn’t free, but it is almost and there’s some interesting work. We’re told the best day to come will be Sunday afternoon, if you want to play the Life Is Great Game Show in the basement/cafeteria/bar. ($5, Manhattan)

Japanther’s shit-kicking art-punk shows are never not fun. Catch them at Saint Vitus. (8pm, $10, Brooklyn)

Speaking of BHQF, if you couldn’t get in during the massive opening of the Brucennial yesterday, try this weekend… or anytime before April 4th. That’s a piece from the show above. (Manhattan)

Which reminds us, True Detective finale on HBO and Torrents nationwide.

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