Tips for Today: Ryan McGinness + Frieze Art Fair + The Cranberries
Ryan McGinness, "Women: Blacklight Paintings & Sculptures," Opens at Charles Bank
New York-based artist Ryan McGinness's iconic fluorescent blacklight paintings and sculptures, created from real-life figure drawings, feature geometric-looking women in various two-dimensional shapes and sizes. A group of his black and white paintings are on view concurrently at Gering & LÃ³pez.
Charles Bank Gallery, 196 Bowery. 6-9 p.m. Free.
Frieze Art Fair Begins
The New York edition of London's esteemed Frieze Art Fair kicks off today on Randall's Island in a tent, several football fields-long, designed by architecture duo SO-IL and featuring 180 galleries from around the world. It's all quite underwhelming to be honest, and we have a handy guide to the madness here.
Ferries depart every 15 minutes from East 35th St. and the River. Tickets are $40. Noon-7 p.m.
The Cranberries at Terminal 5
The Cranberries -- yes The Cranberries -- play songs off their first album in 11 years, Roses, a collection of catchy, lovely folk pop tunes.
Terminal 5, 610 W. 56th St. 7 p.m. $44.50.