Ron Gorchov at Cheim & Read

   James Kalm has the distinct pleasure of bringing viewers this brief tour of recent paintings by one of New York’s most enigmatic artists, Ron Gorchov. Though a member of the New York art world since the early fifties, it was in the late sixties that Gorchov devised his unique painting support, often referred to […]

By |April 9th, 2012|New York|0 Comments

Meet Me at the Other Side

Collaboration is the name of the game. Nothing is more interesting than having a husband and wife team of artists commit to a project that will produce surprisingly offbeat but accessible. Arte Fuse traveled to the “other side” of Manhattan far from the prestigious white cube glamor of Chelsea to the East Side where the […]

By |April 6th, 2012|New York|0 Comments

A Mouth Watering Feast for the Eyes

Nothing is more bellyaching good and decadent than traversing a plethora of food stalls at a food fair or festival. Arte Fuse feasted on the photographs of Anja Hitzenberger at Underline Gallery last April 5, 2012 for the opening reception of “TAKE-OUT: Chinese Fast Food Photographs”.

Taken at Beijing’s Olympic Park during her two-month residency in […]

By |April 6th, 2012|New York|0 Comments

Just Draw the Line

“A LINE is a dot that went for a walk.” – Paul Klee. So goes a popular artistic quote and is the primary element for Drawing 101. When you remember your first coloring book, did you color inside or outside the line? There is also such a thing as crossing the line. Johnny Cash even sang […]

By |April 6th, 2012|New York|0 Comments

Old Photos, New Pictures

There are bold choices that an artist must contend with and it’s this idea of always being one step ahead to create the NEW. But in some cases, if the artist can transcend the very idea of referencing the past with the intention to bring something new to the table then it’s an […]

By |April 5th, 2012|New York|0 Comments

A Space to Create and Call Their Own

Everyone needs space and this is very crucial to artists. Some have made their own homes a pseudo-studio to maximize time and minimize expense. However, there are challenges along the way that necessitates a separate space to work with intense focus and a professional studio to bring in an audience.
Early January 2012, a […]

By |April 5th, 2012|New York|0 Comments

Opening for Hennesse Youngman at Family Business Gallery

Photo by Max Noy

Photo by Max Noy

Jerry Saltz and Jamie Martinez photo by Max Noy

Jessica Speckhard photo by Max Noy

Jerry Saltz and Max Noy

Jess Hartley and Jerry Saltz

Artists Maurizio Cattelan, Marilyn Minter and Jamie Martinez

By |April 5th, 2012|New York|0 Comments

Tamara W. by Marko Vuorinen at Tila Gallery March 30 – April 22, 2012

 Tamara W. is a documentary portrait by photographer Marko Vuorinen about a girl, Tamara Williams, age 22,  from the Bronx who has too much life experience. The installation featuring photos and audio will be exhibited at Tila Gallery in Helsinki, Finland, March 30 – April 22, 2012.


Tamara’s first […]

By |April 4th, 2012|New York|0 Comments

“The End Of The Universe” by Peter V. Milo at Orchard Windows Gallery

 Peter V. Milo will be displaying part of his his project End Of The Universe, an extended photographic essay about Rockaway Beach and the burgeoning surf scene located there.

Peter was fascinated with narrative ever since he was a small child in his native Brooklyn neighborhood of Gerritsen Beach.  When he was older […]

By |April 4th, 2012|New York|0 Comments

It’s So On The Monet!

We dared to enter this living garden at The Hole in the Bowery. Arte Fuse didn’t know what to expect when it attended the show “Giverny” by E.V. Day and Kembra Pfahler last March 30, 2012. If you have to go with the Monet theme then Kathy Grayson went full throttle with another […]

By |April 2nd, 2012|New York|0 Comments