“Pulse New York 2012” Art Fair

PULSE Contemporary Art Fair presents PULSE New York 2012, a leading art fair dedicated to international contemporary art, from May 3-6, 2012, at the Metropolitan Pavilion in New York City. Currently in its seventh edition, PULSE New York will host sixty national and international galleries, presenting exhibitions that span across all media, from works on […]

By |April 24th, 2012|New York|0 Comments

Mirror, Mirror Curated by Brittany Prater at AIRPLANE GALLERY

Julia Roberts stars in a remake of the Walt Disney classic “Snow White”, meanwhile “Snow White and the Huntsman” is scheduled to debut in the next month. This kind of creative cloning has become prevalent in the contemporary entertainment industry, and is the crux of the critical lampooning dished out by “Mirror, Mirror” the […]

By |April 23rd, 2012|New York|0 Comments

Digable Arts Festival 2012 | Monroe Center of Arts | Hoboken NJ

Adam (Psybe)

Colleen Blackard

Scribles & KC (Gnomes Grown)

Ninetta Nappi

Art by Kaliptus

Art by Kaliptus

Art of Kaliptus

Art by Kaliptus

Jh Miller

Anna Ryabtsov

Kris Dulfer

Art by Kris Dulfer

Roland Ramos & Papa Ramos

Dorian R. Monsalve

Art by Martin Cash

Bioluminescence, Baby Zohar, Analis Cardenas and Caridad Rivera

Art by Vincent Zambrano

Uta Brauser

Anna Dominguez & The Melinder

James Cardena buys one of the “Hyperspace” series by […]

By |April 23rd, 2012|New York|0 Comments

“X-Rays” by Jamie Martinez using triangulism

Bio:
Visual artist, Jamie Martinez immigrated to Florida at the age of twelve from his native Cali, Colombia. After attending Miami International University of Art and Design and receiving the prestigious Hispanic Designer’s Scholarship, he moved to New York to pursue his Bachelor’s degree at The Fashion Institute of Technology and to follow his dream in […]

By |April 23rd, 2012|New York|0 Comments

Video walk through of Terry Winters Cricket Music and Tessellation Figures at Matthew Marks

 

Terry Winters has been a respected presence on the New York painting scene for decades now. His latest show ” Cricket Music and Tessellation Figures” is the first major presentation of new works since 2008. These pictures reveal a poetic application of the geometric concept of a gridded plane, it permutations through knotting and folding […]

By |April 23rd, 2012|New York|0 Comments

Bull’s Eye on the Feminine Mystique

Ready! Aim! Estrogen! Eva Lake presented three series of work at her first New York solo exhibition with “Judd Women Targets” with an opening last April 19, 2012 at frosch & portmann. This artist from Portland, OR presented her collage series namely: the Judd Montages, Anonymous Women, and the Targets Series.

Arte Fuse has always been […]

By |April 21st, 2012|New York|0 Comments

All’s Fair and Affordable in Art

Every April, there is a buzz in the air and it’s not the bees pollinating the flowers but the frantic art collectors flocking to the Spring Edition of Affordable Art Fair in midtown Manhattan. Since its founding back in 1999, this art fair has made its core mission to tear away the veil of art […]

By |April 19th, 2012|New York|0 Comments

Technically It’s Just A Photo

Perception is a very peculiar and funny thing. Your eyes process on the assumption of what you see is what you get. Arte Fuse attended the opening reception for Chris Wiley’s “Technical Compositions” at Nicelle Beauchene Gallery on the Lower East Side last April 14, 2012. And boy, what one sees is not necessarily what […]

By |April 18th, 2012|New York|0 Comments

Video of: Forrest Bess at CHRISTIE’S and the WHITNEY M– USEUM

   James Kalm presents this program for hard-core Forrest Bess fans only. As one of the most mythic and eccentric American painters of the Twentieth Century, Forrest Bess (1911-1977) exerts a force over contemporary art that is hard to measure. Working in isolation and on a small scale, he was nonetheless able to garner the […]

By |April 18th, 2012|New York|0 Comments

First & Only Museum of Gay & Lesbian Art Launches

Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art in New York City Receives Museum Accreditation from State of New York

Even well after the cultural wars of the mid 1980’s, the representation of sexual difference in art has been aggressively policed. And America’s museums, with few notable exceptions, have been silent in the face of what is now […]

By |April 15th, 2012|New York|0 Comments