Trekked out to Bushwick last week to view Hrönir: Un-Lost Things curated by Hazel Lee Santino for BFP Creative… BFP Creative housed the show in their temporary storage galleries at Brooklyn Fire Proof. I was lost and disoriented at first, entering through the Brooklyn Fire Proof bar. As I tried to find the gallery space, I thought […]
To celebrate the release of his new CD, IDENTITIES ARE CHANGEABLE, saxophonist and composer Miguel ZENÓN and his quartet have settled in for a week long run at the Village Vanguard (November 18-23).
One cannot imagine a more perfect blend of high energy personnel as this cohesive ensemble comprised of pianist Luis Perdomo, bassist Hans […]
Everything is in a state of flux. Every day in our own fragile bodies we wage a battle between growth and disintegration, inevitable decay despite requisite maintenance. In the exhibition “Daily Rot” we witness the results of energy expended by artist Joseph Gerard Sabatino as he pursues his mission to temporarily arrest decay. Through his […]
Portraits have come a long way. Painting your visage took endless hours of sitting for the artist and if you go to the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C. there you’ll see corridors of stern looking or very stiff subjects. It was the proper air of formidable and haughty for the noble and rich who can […]
Most people paint with a brush but it takes a special artist to do it with their camera. Olya Turcihin joined our Arte Fuse family in 2013 and has shown her sheer cinematic prose with the pictures she took for us. Last November 11th, we were so proud of her solo show Mesmerism at the unique boutique that is […]
Money is the root of all evil. Yeah right but it’s awesome to have boat loads of it. Imagine what you can do – buy the red hot Ferrari to park in your restored mid-century designed house in the Hollywood Hills, jet off on your private plane to anywhere in the world on a whim, […]
Guess who was really born on December 25th? That’s right, baby Mithras. He was a sun god in the Roman Empire who liked killing bulls and changing the zodiac every 2,160 years (his next change will bring in the Age of Aquarius). The Catholic Church plopped Jesus’ birthday on December 25th because it was […]
One of the must-see shows, as this year draws to an end, is a sampling of work by Peter Blume at ACA Galleries. This show is in conjunction with a larger show at The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and that show seems to be the first major retrospective of Blume’s work since […]
Gagosian Gallery is representing the new paintings and sculptures of the iconic Japanese artist, Takashi Murakami, from November 10th of this year through January 17th, 2015.
If I had to choose one contemporary artist who is loved regardless of generation or gender, it would be Takashi Murakami, whose influence on art and popular […]
Exclusivity comes at a price but discretion has long flown the coop or rather the luxurious auction rooms of the art world’s reputable institutions. Auctions have been conducted in the most exclusive of enclaves for decades and not until the 1980’s were the sales reported like baseball scores or stock market closing prices that the […]
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