News, Events and Happenings

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HEAVEN, HELL AND PURGATORY: CALL FOR WORKS
Our next exhibition for historic Green-Wood Cemetery, opening April 20, 2019, will explore the themes of Heaven, Hell and Purgatory, and we are looking for works! If you have any objects or artifacts in your collection, or your own artworks, that you think would be a good fit and are interested in submitting, email a brief description and image to morbidanatomy.exhibition [at] gmail [dot] com. Please note: due to the number of entries, we will not be able to respond to all emails. Apologies in advance, and looking forward to seeing what you send along!

UPCOMING EVENTS

Dark Secrets Inside Bohemian Grove with Jon Ronson
Wednesday, February 27th
7pm
Hauser and Wirth (548 West 22nd Street)
Free but MUST RSVP Here

Intuitive Tarot Reading, A Class with Laetitia Barbier
Saturday, March 2nd
2-5pm
$69
Location: Private Studio, address will be communicated upon purchase.
More here

Music from Elsewhere: A Concert/Talk with Doug Skinner
Tuesday, March 5th
7pm
Hauser and Wirth (548 West 22nd Street)
Free but MUST RSVP here

An Evening with Morbid Anatomy at Nitehawk Cinema hosted by Ronni Thomas and featuring Shannon Taggart and a Special Screening of Carnival of Souls
Wednesday, March 6
7pm
Nitehawk Cinema, Williamsburg (136 Metropolitan Avenue, Brooklyn)
More here

Save the Date: Remedios Varo, Bruja with a Brush: An Illustrated Lecture with Pam Grossmann
Wednesday, March 20th
7pm - 9pm
Free but MUST RSVP (Link will be provided soon)
548 W 22nd St, New York, NY 10011
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Death in Colonial New York, A Walking Tour with Allison C. Meier
Sunday, April 28
2-4pm
$20
Meet: Outside Museum of the American Indian, 1 Bowling Green, Manhattan
More here

Chipmunk Taxidermy Class with Divya Anantharaman
Saturday, May 18th
12pm to 6pm
$165
Location: Private Studio, Brooklyn NY 11218 (Address will be provided upon purchase of the ticket.)
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Save the Date: Amsterdam Anatomy Weekend with The Vrolik and Morbid Anatomy
Friday, May 11 – Sunday, May 13
Museum Vrolik (Meibergdreef 15, 1105 AZ Amsterdam, Netherlands)
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This Used to Be a Cemetery: A Walking Tour with Allison C. Meier
Sunday, May 26
2-4pm
$20
Meet: James J. Walker Park, 8 Leroy Street, Manhattan
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Hidden Muses of New York Sculpture: A Walking Tour with Allison C. Meier
Sunday, June 30
2-4pm
$20
Meet: Pulitzer Fountain, Grand Army Plaza, Manhattan
More here

Death in Colonial New York, A Walking Tour with Allison C. Meier
Sunday, July 28
2-4pm
$20
Meet: Outside Museum of the American Indian, 1 Bowling Green, Manhattan
More here

PODCASTS AND VIDEO
BOOKS AND PROJECTS OF INTEREST

Death: A Graveside Companion
At nearly 400 pages, this book explores, via over 1,000 images and 19 essays, humankind's attempts attempts--mythological, scientific and popular – to imagine, respond to, or find meaning in the mystery of death.

Edited by Joanna Ebenstein, Foreword by Will Self, Featuring the Richard Harris Art Collection
Thames and Hudson, October 24, 2017 (Available for pre-order)
368 pages, 1,000 illustrations in color and black and white
More (and order) here.

REVIEWS AND INTERVIEWS FOR DEATH A GRAVESIDE COMPANION
As Far As The Eye Can Travel "paper "Wunderkammer" by Chiara Ambrosio
More here.



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