Multiple locations throughout TriBeCa
Friday, April 29, 6:00-9:00
Saturday, April 30, 1:00-6:00
Sunday, May 1, 1:00-6:00
Monday, May 2, 1:00-6:00
The fifteenth annual TriBeCa Open Artist Studio Tour begins tonight, with nearly a hundred TriBeCa artists opening up their studios in three dozen buildings. The neighborhood is sure to be packed on Saturday, as the Tribeca Film Festival holds its Family Festival Street Fair and Tribeca/ESPN Sports Day, so as long as you’re there, be sure to add in a few studio visits as well. The official TOAST website lists detailed information about each participating artist, including samples of their work; we’re looking forward to checking out Jennifer Kotter’s architectural photographs at 105 Hudson St., Katherine D. Crone’s visual journal installations at 515 Greenwich, Mark Demos’s light paintings at 368 Broadway (which were a highlight of the recent Fountain Art Fair), Deborah Gieringer’s mystery-laden drawings at 108 Franklin St., Loretta Mae Hirsch’s feminist drawings and paintings at 368 Broadway, Theresa Greenberg’s colorful accordion collages at 50 White St., Jonathan Lux’s cinematic narrative paintings at 368 Broadway, and Toshiko Nishikawa’s paintings and installations at 122 Duane St. (her recent “Senbazuru” show at the Vilcek Foundation was a big hit).