WHO SHOT SPORTS BY GAIL BUCKLAND
Mar
23
6:30 pm18:30

WHO SHOT SPORTS BY GAIL BUCKLAND

  • Fort Gansevoort

Gail Buckland will be reading from her 2016 book WHO SHOT SPORTS: A Photographic History, 1843 to the present. Referencing the over 200 culturally significant sports photographs in this anthology, Buckland’s essay considers how, for whom, and to what ends such images are constructed.

Gail Buckland is a Brooklyn-based curator and historian of photography. She is the Visiting Professor of the History of Photography at Cooper Union, New York, and has held the Nobel Chair in Art and Cultural history at Sarah Lawrence College. In addition to having published over fourteen books on the history of photography, Buckland has organized exhibitions at numerous institutions, including the Brooklyn Museum, Museum of Contemporary Arts Chicago and Morgan Library.

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Lydia Davis and Eliot Weinberger Readings
Feb
4
4:00 pm16:00

Lydia Davis and Eliot Weinberger Readings

  • Fort Gansevoort

Lydia Davis reads from forthcoming translation of Marcel Proust's Letters to His Neighbor; and Eliot Weinberger reads from his new book, The Ghosts of Birds. 

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Three Translators of Genius Translating Genius
Feb
2
6:30 pm18:30

Three Translators of Genius Translating Genius

  • Fort Gansevoort

Gini Alhadeff and Minna Zallman Proctor read from Fleur Jaeggy's new books, The Brother of XX (stories) and These Possible Lives(essays), and Susan Bernofsky reads from Yoko Tawada's Memoirs of Polar Bear. 

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Kettl Tea Trunk Show
Nov
4
Nov 5

Kettl Tea Trunk Show

  • Fort Gansevoort

Based in NYC and Fukuoka, Japan, Kettl Tea perfectly serves the modern tea connoisseur with their meticulously crafted and traditional tea blends. Continually listed among the best teas, and served at several Michelin rated restaurants, we are lucky to have Kettl share their fine teas at Fort Gansevoort.

Friday 11/4 - 7:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.

Saturday 11/5 - 11:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Montauk Oceans Institute Benefit
Oct
20
6:00 pm18:00

Montauk Oceans Institute Benefit

  • Fort Gansevoort

The Montauk Ocean Institute is an interactive museum space and outdoor oceanfront amphitheater in Montauk, Long Island that seeks to heighten awareness of our local ocean’s health. They bring the Montauk spirit to Fort Gansevoort for an evening of art, music, food, and fun.


This is a ticketed event. Ticket info will be announced closer to the date of event.

“A Life Surfing” The Photography of Jeff Divine
Oct
14
6:30 pm18:30

“A Life Surfing” The Photography of Jeff Divine

  • Fort Gansevoort

From his start capturing his fellow surfers in La Jolla, California in the 1960’s, Jeff Divine is one of the most highly regarded surf photographers whose work spans over 5 decades of surf culture. Jeff will present a slideshow of his work and discuss the culture, clothing, changes, people, waves, places, and general vibe of the sport.

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Vocal Performance by Mariana Quinn Makwaia
Oct
8
5:00 pm17:00

Vocal Performance by Mariana Quinn Makwaia

  • Fort Gansevoort

Descendant from a lineage of highly regarded vocal and theatrical talent, Mariana Quinn Makwaia is an actress and singer-songwriter from New York City. A beautiful and gentle soul. A lively and calm spirit. She will give a vocal performance at Fort Gansevoort accompanied by a guitarist.

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Alexis Rockman in Conversation with Carl Mehling
Oct
5
8:30 pm20:30

Alexis Rockman in Conversation with Carl Mehling

  • Fort Gansevoort

Artist Alexis Rockman brings in American Museum of Natural History paleontologist Carl Mehling to discuss climate change, the fossil record, and how all these have and will continue to affect New York City.

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Roy Fowler in Conversation with Mary Heilmann
Oct
5
7:00 pm19:00

Roy Fowler in Conversation with Mary Heilmann

  • Fort Gansevoort

Fort Gansevoort presents a discussion with artists Roy Fowler and Mary Heilmann, discussing the beach settings and surf culture that inspire both of their art practices.

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Mexican Summer's Anthology Surf Archive
Sep
30
Oct 1

Mexican Summer's Anthology Surf Archive

Examining the intersection of music and surf countercultures through the historic and unique medium of surf films, Anthology Surf Archive reissues Surf Soundtracks for a new audience to explore this storied relationship. The records will be available at Fort Gansevoort during the opening weekend of Roy Fowler "New Wave."