Starting since November 27th – Ceres Gallery has been hosting rotating exhibitions of group shows for a one-week duration with the aim of showcasing diverse artists to the art loving denizens of Chelsea. The last week AF came to see the last rotation of talented artists. Jamie Martinez brought the camera and came out with pictures […]
Once in a while, I imagine myself sleeping at the Garden of Eden in heaven, dreaming about descending to this world to travel a journey called Life. This peculiar thinking has led me to hold the exhibition, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.”
My dream starts with His creation, where I was just a clay pot. Throughout the […]
New York Realism Fine Art is pleased to present AMERICAN VISUAL ART, our first international fine arts exhibition of American artists at the Marina Tsvetaeva Museum in Moscow, Russian Federation.
In this exhibit the artists present some of the varied art directions prevalent today, such as realism, surrealism, impressionism, fantasy, American abstract and pop art. The creative […]
CHURNER and CHURNER had an opening for the woodcuts, collages and paintings of Nils Karsten for his show “Suburbia Hamburg 1983”. The works evoked a punk and postpunk vibe that reverberated on the works displayed that night. You can feel the social and political upheavals that impact the formative teenage years of the artist when […]
Viewing the work of Shaun O’Dell at Susan Inglett Gallery last December 20th made me ponder on what the artist refers to as “a purely stochastic process”. Searching for what it means, stochastic (adj.) 1: RANDOM; specifically; involving a random variable <a stochastic process> 2: Involving chance or probability. *
Did that help clarify anything further? Not really. […]
Walking into a show called “Napoleon Complex” that I was bracing for tiny men in mitered hats and tall boots kicking me in the shin but instead it was a showcase of small works from the gallery artists at J. Cacciola Gallery. This short (no pun intended) run and end of the year show was […]
Here are some photos of the opening of The Emory Seel Perez Gallery in Chelsea.
Alexander Lee Landerman is an American artist based out of the Midwest where He lives and works out of a small two room cabin in Central Wisconsin. His work is strongly influenced by the environment in which He Lives. He works primarily with wood type letterpress, charcoal, ink, and conte on paper. His type is all printed by […]
When Wisecarver was in college he thought he was going to be a music
major. He had an inspiring and energetic professor who was loved by the
entire department. His teachers’ wild movements and intense passion led
him to remark to a friend “he’s going to have an aneurism.” A week later
the professor dropped dead from one in […]