Last Friday night we headed to Succulent Studios for the closing party of The Mural Project, which features artists curated by Everyoneonly for the 2014 Governors Ball Music Festival. Participating artists are: Icy and Sot, Fumero, Robots Will Kill, Chris Stain, WhisBe, Juan Carlos Pinto, Craig Anthony Miller, Rubin 415, Iena Cruz, Adam Dare, [...]
Last week a group of thirteen artists alongside curator David Wills took over a storefront pop-up space on the Bowery for thirty-six hours to create a show titled “Merging Properties.” Featuring a wide variety of contemporary practices, the show proposed expansive new interpretations for the term collage through the inclusion of mixed media sculptures [...]
Once the richest city in America with its boom in the golden years of the automotive industry, Detroit has become a remnant of its illustrious past. It has fallen to hard times and yet the eternal flame to still create thrives with the art it continues to churn out. With this resurgence and focus on [...]
Our final stop for our Thursday night art walk was Cinders Gallery for its 10 year celebration with DJ Dave Potes. The group show called Decade of Decadunce, is a massive salon styled show featuring sculptures, prints, rugs, photography, books and all kinds of art. It’s their way of thanking all the artists that have worked with [...]
Listening to Jazz music is often associated with the famous rooms of major cities. This setting evokes an undeniable verve that fuels the audience and creates a synergy with those on stage. As those who believe will tell you: magic can happen anywhere.
Hugged by a wrap-around porch and surrounded by pines, I listened to [...]
This month, four artists come together to participate in the latest group show New Acquaintances—works by GAMA, Fu Xiaotong, Wang Fengge, and Chen Baoyang. These artists come from different backgrounds and have different styles, but all of their work centers upon the history of Chinese art.
One of the artists known as “GAMA,” is [...]
The artists of the Romantic Movement could see science coming, and it wasn’t pretty. Science seemed to bring an ideology along with it (sort of a technocratic justification and amplification of the worst forms of capitalism) and, schematically, it divided the world into two. There was the outer world (stuff to be perceived, measured and [...]
The 188th Annual shows that the National Academy continues as an arts pioneer in New York City. In fact, the Academy has been exploring American contemporary art since 1826. Originally designed after the annual exhibition at the Royal Academy of Art in London, the Annual of the National Academy has experimented with a handful of [...]
The largest retrospective ever held of a single artist at the Whitney Museum, it’s not a secret, is the latest Whitney exhibition at the Breuer Building on the Upper East Side.
Jeff Koons, the most expensive living artist, after installing a huge vegetal sculpture at Rockefeller Center, and promoting an H&M partnership that features his famed balloon dog on a new [...]
What’s your favorite western? I’ve always been partial to The Man Who Shot Liberty Valence. Shane is up there too, along with High Noon and The Big Country (Gregory Peck and Chuck Heston in one huge, wide-screen, 70 millimeter epic). Western actors? My favorite is Randolph Scott – he exuded integrity, strength and compassion. I [...]
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Antonio Petracca, Kim Foster Gallery, October 2014
Julien Levy, Garis & Hahn, October 2014
COJO, Castle Fitzjohns Gallery, September 2014
Rachel Lee Hovnanian, Leila Heller Gallery, September 2014
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