We stopped by Tazza Gallery to see the new geometric paintings by artist Tadasuke Jinno curated by Denis Arguedas. Of this series the artist comments, “My recent works consist of two or more canvases – hand-shaped, designed and mounted on stretchers – created to conform to the specific patterns of each work. A sense of incongruity is [...]
Onishi Project is proud to present “Love Saves The Earth”, a solo exhibition by Taizou, a Japanese artist, entertainer and comedian. This is his first exhibition and a debut as an entertainer in the US. This exhibit will be aired as part of the infamous Nippon Television program called “Can we sell this or not!? Special” which is one of the most highly praised and unique shows in Japan.
Deep in the heart of artists, they vie for immortality by the work they leave behind. It will be around long after they turn to dust. It is their thought, process and being locked in that work for all eternity.
Right smack dab in the heart of Midtown Manhattan tourist crazed Times Square is an art gallery at The Church of St. Mary the Virgin (located there for nearly 150 years). Church and art has gone beyond the stained glass masterpieces or the statues on the lavishly embellished altars. Last August 15ththat AF came to [...]
Street Art has migrated off the streets and into the fine interiors of galleries or its collectors. The scruffy problem child or enfant terrible has now scrubbed itself clean to claim its place in the pristine white walls of Chelsea’s art district. Last August 7th that Wooster Collective and Jonathan LeVine Gallery presented 10 Years of Wooster Collective: 2003-2013. It was [...]
Recent Acquisitions – 2013 displayed more than fifty works of art by more than thirty artists. Paintings, drawings, photography and three-dimensional objects will be included. Work shown will be by Patrick Webb, George Stavrinos, David Wojnarowicz, Doug Blanchard, Duane Michaels, George Towne, Delmas Howe, Sara Swaty, Bernard Perlin, Greg Gorman, Robert Mapplethorpe, Charles Demuth, Johann Joachim Winklemann and [...]
BOSI Contemporary is pleased to announce HEAD, curated by Robert Curcio and D. Dominick Lombardi, a summer time exhibition to fill your head with thoughts and images of sex, industry, religion, soul, “reality”, fantasy and uneasiness.
HEAD is an exploration of a physical object, a locus of the personal, contemporary open-ended concepts and concerns. As [...]
Joshua Liner Gallery’s new show Summer Mixer opened on Thursday night, a spirited get-together of emerging and established voices from national and international galleries. This group exhibition featured works by nine artists, all of whom are making their first appearance at Joshua Liner Gallery. Each one takes a fresh approach to the material and historical [...]
On August 7thArtCenter/South Florida – the cultural epicenter of South Beach’s Lincoln Road that welcomes more than 100,000 visitors per year – opened its new I-95 South group show, a blending of emerging artists from Brooklyn and Miami.
“The Future is Now” opened Thursday night at the Highline Loft on West 26th street. We arrived a bit late, around 9pm and from the looks of it, the art show was just getting started. You know it’s a good opening if there is a line downstairs just to get into the building. I have [...]
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