Le Corbusier’s intentions were sincere. He saw poor folks living in dark, dirty, unhealthful and crowded slums and felt it would be an improvement to start building up – creating towers in parks which would give each inhabitant abundant sunlight and overall better living conditions.
Le Corbusier’s concept was embraced by many cities around […]
The county you live in, in NY State, can mean a great deal to folks from other counties of the state and provide a way by which you might be judged. For instance, there are 62 counties in NY State. If we look at the overall health of folks in the various counties, the Bronx […]
All artists are charged with the fire to create and therefore having a “God Complex” is inherent in them. Joseph Grazi has definitely breathed that fire into his works for God Complex, which opened last April 9th with a bevy of artworks that brightly lit the interests of the smoldering art crowd.
The common tenet of ancient mythology is […]
Site-responsive installations were the linear order of the day at the opening last April 9th for Polychromatic Structures by Alois Kronschlaeger. The basswood and ink sculptures had a life of its own as colors and orientation was contingent upon the interior specifications of the gallery. The grids and hollowed cubes hearken to a defiant urban landscape that asserted itself and […]
“To err is human but to forgive is divine” – so much for moral rhetoric because when it comes to art, mistakes sometimes give way to artistic brilliance. Last April 9th, AF came to view the paintings of Bill Jensen for his show, Transgressions. His works are more than happy accidents because they are experimental or it may […]
The city of Juárez Mexico has launched a public relations campaign. Heartened by the fact that the city went from the #1 ranked murder capital of the world, just a few years ago, down to #38 these days, the authorities want you to know that “Juárez is waiting for you!” Yep, it’s right over […]
The courtyard of Columbia University is breathtaking on the first warm day in the death knell of a relentless winter. Early April on campus, as you may imagine, fills the courtyard with thousands of Columbia students and creates a scene that has been recreated year after year, dating back decades. This is where Jack Kerouac met […]
“I had returned from Spain looking for the ‘sexual revolution’ and instead found sexual commercialization that mostly showed female bodies for sale. I wanted to find an erotic visual language that would speak to women. I was convinced that the repression of women began in the sexual arena, and this would need to be […]
Taking pleasure in examining the spaces we most often inhabit prompted Robert Hughes to once refer to the works of Matisse as the “great indoors”. A similar theme, if not sentiment, is currently on display at Van Der Plas Gallery with “Interior Conversation,” a selection of work from five painters where warming light sources inhabit […]
With astute observation and a wry wit, the dynamics of New York City’s denizens, streets and landmarks come to life in British artist John A. Park’s new exhibition. It is a joyful celebration of his adopted city.
Parks, who studied at London’s Royal College of Art has been the recipient of both Fulbright and National […]
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