“Festina Lente” by Create Collect and Con Artist collective for Art Basel Week 2014

WYNWOOD, MIAMI | Create Collect and the Con Artist Collective joined forces with Festina Lente, a five day series of art and performance during Art Basel week in Wynwood. Named for the Roman maxim “To make haste slowly”, Festina Lente is our tribute to the creative process. This paradoxical relationship resonates with every artist’s often […]

By |December 15th, 2014|New York, Reviews and Photo Stories|0 Comments

The Final Gamble at Launch F18

On Friday November 14th, Arte Fuse visited Launch F18 for their final opening at its current location in Tribeca. The Gallery will be relocating to a larger space in the lower east side due to open sometime in spring 2015. The sound installation is by New York based artist Ivaylo Gueorgiev called SIR! SIR!…SORRY; which […]

By |December 13th, 2014|New York, Reviews and Photo Stories|0 Comments

Maurizio Cattelan: Cosa Nostra at Venus Over Manhattan

Venus Over Manhattan and Sotheby’s S|2 present Cosa Nostra, the first major exhibition of Maurizio Cattelan’s work since Maurizio Cattelan: All, the 2011/12 Guggenheim retrospective, and the artist’s subsequent retirement. Curated by gallerist and collector, Adam Lindemann, this selling exhibition showcases a range of works from Cattelan’s career, including many of the artist’s most recognizable iconography that has made him one of the most idiosyncratic and unique of his generation [...]
By |December 12th, 2014|New York, Reviews and Photo Stories, Videos|0 Comments

The Best of Fridge Art Fair Miami 2014

Fridge Art Fair was pleased to offer exhibitors and the public an opportunity to experience Fridge during Miami’s Art Basel Week, concurrent with Art Wynwood and other major presentations.  The main Fair was on view at 3rd Street Garage Art space, 300 SW 12th Avenue, Miami with additional presentations at a legendary Little Havana location, […]

By |December 11th, 2014|New York|1 Comment

ELIANE ELIAS AT BIRDLAND – December 4, 2014

To experience Eliane Elias in concert is to understand the notion of temporary bliss.

With a career spanning forty years, this famed jazz pianist from Sao Paulo is an international treasure. Undoubtedly one of the finest musicians of our day, she is a singer, composer and arranger with a sound rooted in the samba of Brazil.

Elias […]

By |December 10th, 2014|Music Reviews, New York|0 Comments

The In-formal Conventions of Arianna Carossa

My first encounter with the artist, Arianna Carossa, came in the spring of this year (April, 2014) where she had an installation at the bathroom of Rooster Gallery. I conducted that interview insisting that we do it in the bathroom where her work is a bulwark of renegade idealism and wry aesthetics. My next course of […]

By |December 8th, 2014|New York, Reviews and Photo Stories|0 Comments

The Future Is Now curated by No Agenda and Kennedy Yanko

We are pleased to present “The Future Is Now” at 60 Orchard St Gallery in the Lower East Side.

This unique Invitational brings together a curated selection of prolific street and urban contemporary artists and musicians for a weekend of cutting edge art, music, technology and performance.

The Future Is Now serves as the blueprint for the […]

By |December 8th, 2014|New York|1 Comment

Art Basel in Miami Beach 2014: December 4-7

Art Basel in Miami Beach opens its doors to the public today with a strong line-up of exhibitor and programs, attracting leading collectors, curators, museum directors and critics from across the globe. The 13th edition of Art Basel in Miami Beach runs from Thursday – Sunday 4-7, at Miami Beach Convention Center.

With 267 leading international galleries, […]

By |December 8th, 2014|New York, Reviews and Photo Stories|0 Comments

The Anti-American Dream, A Street View

The Philadelphia Photo Arts Center hosted an exhibit titled Three Themes: Contemporary Connections with Paul Strand. The display consisted of three photographers, Tanyth Berkeley, Doug Rickard and Paul Salveson

showcasing works influenced by prominent twentieth-century photographer Paul Strand.

Among these modern photographers is Doug Rickard; his focus was on one of Strand’s main themes, street photography. Rickard […]

By |December 8th, 2014|Reviews and Photo Stories|0 Comments

Simon Brown at Benrubi Gallery

The Benrubi Gallery is in the historic Fuller Building on 57th street, along with a sizeable number of other galleries, so this one destination could keep you busy for some time on a gallery-hopping afternoon (in the elevators you see a listing of the various galleries and which floors they are on).  Indeed, the Fuller […]

By |December 6th, 2014|New York|0 Comments

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