In her New York debut exhibition entitled, “The Idea”, Arizona artist Gina Hief uses plant life as a metaphor for ideas. The exhibit is structured as a narrative series of mixed media drawings showcasing a progression of ideas from seedlings to entangled overgrown vines to towering trees. Some ideas are withered and dead….other ideas are [...]
The show features large-scale photographs of Africa and its inhabitants, putting them in the context of the environment and transport the viewer to such legendary and exotic locations as Masai Mara and Amboseli.
Among the pieces featured is “The Hurd”, a never-before seen fifty square foot panoramic. It is Max Noy’s largest work to date [...]
David Gibson’s new project called Studio Salon is a series of public events that take place in artists’ studios. The artists in “Headstrong” all deal with a subject matter that is equally indicative of the quality of presence. I really enjoyed the atmosphere because it was more relaxed and more personal. It was also great [...]
Frere Independent is now reviewing applications for the 9th edition of the PooL Art Fair in New York City. Slated for the 9th, 10th, and 11th of March 2012. PooL is the only exhibition to present great, independent artists who are otherwise unrepresented during the Armory Show week in New York.
The simple, [...]
Slow and steady wins the race if you know the fable about the turtle and the hare. Leo Koenig Inc. presented the second solo exhibition of new work by Ridley Howard with an opening reception last January 19, 2012.
The show is entitled “Slows” and features figurative/portrait, landscapes and abstracts. Howard skillfully utilizes and plays [...]
Enter and be immersed in the strangely familiar yet undiscovered by the art installation of John Miller’s latest exhibition at Metro Pictures. An opening reception last January 19th opened its three galleries with unique settings that showcased the current oeuvre from this artist with a show entitled “Suburban Past Time”.
In Gallery 1, Miller uses [...]
(New York City) Art/Trek NYC, a new television series premiering January 9th at 9 p.m. on NYC life Channel 25, travels to the five New York City boroughs on a quest to discover an emerging artist from each one.
Art/Trek NYC, created and directed by CJ Follini, takes viewers on [...]
The theme of my artwork named Digital Being starts from digital technology. In Nicholas Negroponte’s book, Being Digital, he mentions that we need to create artificial intelligence to make a perfect interface for communication between humans and machines. He is an [...]
Milavec and Hakimi Gallery hosted another great opening on Thursday for “I See the Moon” which is a group exhibition featuring artist: Katelyn Alain, Dina Brodsky, Sabrina Marques, Scott Kahn, Christopher Saunders, Ryan Scully and Nicolas Touron.
These seven artists display the ability to create alluring visual manifestations of their imaginations, causing viewers to suspend [...]
rosch&portmann had an opening reception last January 12, 2012 for Brad Nelson’s first solo exhibition in New York entitled “Even Mountains Cast Shadows”.
The artworks featured mountain ranges rendered in an ethereal palette and composition. The invisibility and intangibility of faith and the reliance on language to convince someone to believe, instead of direct phenomenological [...]
The Land of the Rising Sun had a blast of the red fantastic when CATM colored its floors red in honor of Mauro Moriconi’s solo exhibition “My Plastic Japan” with an opening reception last January 12, 2012. The manipulated photography mixes the iconic traditional recurring image of two Geishas superimposed either on a nature background or [...]
In the little church that would on West 36th Street, MCCNY (Metropolitan Community Church of New York) will be celebrating 40 years of serving the LGBT population of this city. To go along with the festivities, last January 11,, 2012 they had an opening reception for a group art exhibition held at the Jackson Hall [...]
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