Early Works of Iconic American Artist Paul Thek at Leslie-Lohman Museum

Paul Thek and His Circle in the 1950s
April 12 – July 7, 2013
Co-curated by Jonathan David Katz and Peter Harvey

Opening reception:  Friday,  April 12, 2013, 6 to 8 pm

(New York, January 11, 2013) On April 12, 2013, the Leslie Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art will open a groundbreaking new exhibition: Paul Thek and His […]

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Thomas Ruff photograms and ma.r.s. at David Zwirner Gallery

Spanning two of the gallery’s spaces on West 19th Street in New York, Thomas Ruff’s exhibition features the world debut of his new series, photograms, alongside his ongoing series, ma.r.s.

The photograms series depict abstract shapes, lines, and spirals in seemingly random formations with varying degrees of transparency and illumination. Their compositions are reminiscent of artistic experimentation with camera-less photography in […]

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“Escaping Forward” by Adam Fowler opens at Margaret Thatcher Projects

Margaret Thatcher Projects had a fantastic opening for Adam Fowler’s solo show, Escaping Forward. This is the artist’s fourth solo exhibition with the gallery and includes Fowler’s first large scale wall installation, Untitled (41 Layers). Here, Fowler has developed a system to counter the limitations of size in the paper he works with in order to complete his […]

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Gaetano Pesce Is In The Mood For Love

Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1806-1861) became famous for asking this question in Sonnet 43, How Do I love thee? Let me count the ways. In the case of the latest show at Fred Torres Collaborations for Gaetano Pesce that the three kinds of love count more than the sum of its parts. This was his first […]

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Bradley Hart Wastes Nothing With Latest Show

Admit it. You’ve done it and once you hold it in your hands, there is no resisting the temptation. Once you POP, you can’t stop. I am not talking about Pringles Potato Chips – it’s bubble wrap! The very object used in packaging and safeguarding items for shipping becomes a celebrated material in the talented […]

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Picture This: Will Kurtz & His Dog Days at Mike Weiss Gallery

It is so in the character of the neighborhood in Chelsea where bitches roam the gallery lined streets. By bitches, I meant the four-legged kind as dogs are a regular fixture as the art industry players, makers and fans making their mark on the West Side. Will Kurtz presented wry sculpture installations of dogs gone […]

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Picture This: Matsutani at Galerie Richard

It is indeed a great honor to come and see the work of Takesada Matsutani for his first United States retrospective at Galerie Richard. Showing up at the opening last March 21st to meet the great artist and the placid feel of his works gave AF a ZEN-tastic time. AF cameraman Max Noy was able to […]

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Picture This: Michael Reafsnyder Likes to Put on a Smile

The riot of color and forms from the works of Michael Reafsnyder at Ameringer McEnery Yohe for his opening last Thursday March 21st gave everyone a reason to smile. AF looked real close in the dynamic swaths of color in the paintings and found the iconic smiley faces cleverly incorporated. In the bitter cold of winter […]

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Picture This: The Video Images of Hiraki Sawa

This is the third solo exhibition of Hiraki Sawa, the Japanese born but London based artist, at James Cohan Gallery featuring his video art. AF came to the opening last Thursday March 21st and entered a hyped up art crowd mesmerized by the video installation. Getting into the dark enclave, AF photographer Max Noy captured the […]

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The art of Alexander Escobar

Lines create space. Within that space dimension, length, quantity and depth can be manipulated. Through this manipulation I am trying to define my version of beauty. The need to escape reality and wanting freedom from the normalities of everyday life lead me on my artistic path. Within the realm of abstractionism I am able to […]

By |March 25th, 2013|New York|5 Comments