I went to John Allan’s hair salon to see Rachel Wilkins solo art show called “No Limits” on August 17th and I must admit it was not only a great show, but a great event. With over 400 people in attendance, John Allan’s was packed to the full and everyone seen to be having a [...]
Circe is referred to in Dante’s Divine Comedy: “Virtue is like an enemy avoided by all, as is a serpent, through misfortune of place, or through bad habit that impels them, on which account they have so transformed their nature, the dwellers in the miserable valley, that it seems that Circe had them in [...]
The Bushwick neighborhood in Brooklyn has become one of the foremost hubs of creative activity in New York. Attracting ambitious emerging talent from all around the world, it provides a fertile breeding ground for the next generation of substantial, world-class art-makers.
In line with our founding ambition to expose the work of worthy [...]
The show will feature more than 15 acrylic and oil paintings on canvas. Gluskin’s work has been classified as energetic, whimsical, colorful and musical. His vibrant canvases are inspired by the rhythm and musicality of urban life.
Pieces on display will include “When I Paint My Masterpiece” featuring The Band and Bob Dylan (Levon Helm [...]
Shinji Murakami exhibition “Hamburgers” includes new paintings and sculptures in the shape of the hamburger as well as a selection of past works. The new paintings include a map-like work which he produced under the influence of the logo of the famous hamburger shop Shake Shack, while the sculptures were inspired by the [...]
Artist Rachel Wilkins joins forces with musical talent Ethan Hampton and designer Alexander West opening night of “NO LIMITS” in support of the Michael J Fox foundation.
Special guests, charity auctions, amazing music performances and the entire evening sponsored by Ketel one, not to be missed!
Opening on Wed Aug 17th 7.30pm-10.30pm
Helen trained at the Vancouver School of Art (now known as Emily Carr), but was unable to devote herself to painting full time until 2002 when she began her career in earnest. Much of her work is figurative, but she gives free rein to her imagination. Subjects have usually been people or animals [...]
Insignificance is a new series of paintings I made to display the emotions of being a small part in the world. How sometimes we all feel small and insignificant. How our emotions can get the better of us and lead us to jealousy, anger, insincerity and other negative emotions. I am also trying to show [...]
By Vincent Zambrano
Maria Kreyn is a painter who recently emerged onto the art scene. Maria’s Messengers series is wonderful, definitely a show worth seeing – I had the pleasure of viewing her work at her studio in Hoboken. Kreyn’s paintings stop you in your tracks and leave you wanting more.
I was [...]
Artists respond to the work of Ray Johnson in a group show. Exhibition includes Joe Bradley, Dan Colen, Leo Fitzpatrick, Ray Johnson, Hanna Liden, Nate Lowman, Adam McEwen, Josh Smith and Dash Snow. The show runs from August 1—September 7, 2011 at Half Gallery located on 208 Forsyth Street, NYC.
The links above are two videos from “The Sound Projekt”
that was 8 years in the making…
I met flutist Alejandro Escuer eight years ago when he came to New York
from Mexico City, as a guest artist / performer.
At that time, we made a pack, one [...]
Orchard Windows Gallery had a fantastic opening last night for the “Massive Group Show” curated by Dino Eli. The group show included all types of works and it was displayed salon style. The crowd got there early, and by 7:30, the place was packed with people all over the street. It seems like LES [...]
The Dorian Grey Gallery presents a show of paintings by three Brooklyn contemporaries: Jake Nelson, Matt Harvill, and Petros Pappalas. They create figurative work that reaches people and people can reach. Jake, from Oregon, discovers universal truths hidden in rectangles of canvas. Matt, from Texas, brings mythological figures down to earth, full bodied. [...]
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