Everything old is new again. The cyclical nature of taste and fashion seems to operate on this edict but not so in art. Works from the past decades can still be fresh and relevant but contingent upon the sensibilities of the times or its conventions needing a counter intuitive reaction.
Last October 23rd, it was […]
What a pair of shows from Yancey Richardson last October 23rd featuring Bryan Graf for Prismatic Tracks and the Sixteen Collages of Mary Lum. The premise of both shows share a commonality in the premium of image impression. AF came to bounced back and forth on the two gallery rooms. Graf explores the prismatic color realm of his photograms that employ light, mesh […]
New York, New York, October 22, 2014—Diana Buckley, guest curator presents the group exhibition, The Space Between from November 13-16 at the PAUL KOLKER collection. The opening reception is Thursday, November 13 from 6-8 PM. Artists include, Joe Ballweg, Brent Birnbaum, Vince Contarino, Erik Gonzalez, Sarah Han, Jeffrey Kessel, Paul Kolker, Visakh Menon and Serry […]
They make art, they’re hot and they’re all in NYC right now. What else do you need to know?
If you think you have already seen everything, you should really pay a visit to Erik Jones, Alex Yanes and Hueman in So Far, So Good at Joseph Gross Gallery Chelsea. The carefully elected artists in […]
Berlin based artist, Thomas Scheibitz, in his eight solo show with the gallery presented Studio Imaginaire that opened last October 23rd. The space for processing has transcended from workshop into a neon bright utopia. The immense paintings, relief work and sculptures are paramount to the demonstration of such prowess where shades of Mondrian and if […]
On October 29th Mark Schubin will give a free presentation, as part of National Opera Week, at Neil Scherer’s Going Going Gone Sports/Art Gallery, about baseball and opera. Apparently there are various common threads between these divergent spectacles and Schubin will try to draw parallels. Everyone is invited (7pm) but it might be a […]
Some words from Linda Yablonsky.
During her life this person has written only one novel but she’s among the most authoritative art critics in this city and she has the power to trigger a really good reaction to an event or, especially, to give it the thumbs down. We’re not talking about Jep Gambardella […]
As Director Richard P. Townsend explained during the press preview, MOBIA is following up its Back to Eden show (reviewed in AF 8/12/14) with something a bit more unassuming and introspective, before rocking New York City with their Sculpture in the Age of Donatello show this coming February. The current show features prints by Durer, […]
Breaking the mold of the sort of artworks shown at Dacia gallery, Ted Barr’s “Cycle of Life” show is full of abstract paintings and is anything but the figurative artworks for which the gallery is known. Also influenced by action paintings, Ted’s work is intriguing to the average viewer as far as the mystery […]
Despite contemporary political events, it certainly is a good time to buy, sell, and simply look at Russian art. The New York Times recently reported record sales of Russian art at Sotheby’s and Christies, especially of the modernist masters like Kazemir Malevich and Nicolai Fechin, and, in New York, the recently opened Gallery Shchukin has […]
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