Denise Treizman gives trash a new life at Cuchifritos Gallery

Denise Treizman makes her New York solo debut in the exhibition DelanceyLudlowRivingtonNorfolk at Cuchifritos Gallery. On view is Treizman’s latest body of work, which is inspired and makes use of discarded objects and materials found in the Lower East Side.

Treizman’s use of found objects is guided by her response to materials and the impulse to […]

By |May 15th, 2016|New York, Reviews and Photo Stories|0 Comments

David Hammons: Five Decades Is On View at Mnuchin Gallery

Upper East Side’s Mnuchin Gallery is hosting Five Decades, an ambitious museum level survey of David Hammon’s decades-spanning body of work. Nestled in one of the rustic townhouses of the upscale neighborhood, Hammons’ works on social justice, African American experience and freedom of expression blanket two spacious floors, promising a coherent portrayal of the Brooklyn-based […]

Marcia Hafif: An Italian Job Well Done

The Sixties are back baby and its peppy Pop sensibility reads fresh once more with the recent exhibition of Marcia Hafif: The Italian Paintings 1961-1969. As the season segues into spring onwards to summer, it seems appropriate that the bright color hues laid a pleasant assault on one’s line of vision. Hafif painted these works […]

By |May 14th, 2016|New York, Reviews and Photo Stories|0 Comments

Carlos Motta: Deviations at P.P.O.W Gallery

In his first solo gallery exhibition in New York where he lives and works, Carlos Motta offers his audience a compact mid-career survey, swiftly orchestrating various bodies of work created between as early as 1998 and the present. Deviations— on view at P.P.O.W Gallery where Motta is now represented alongside a roster of celebrated peers […]

Aurora Concreta: Emily Kiacz + Maria Walker at Cuevas Tilleard Projects

Cuevas Tilleard Projects is presenting a two-person exhibition titled Aurora Concreta featuring paintings by Emily Kiacz and Maria Walker. By aligning Kiacz and Walker’s work with the Art Concreto Invención and MADI movement initiated in Argentina in the 1940s, the exhibition reveals the artists’ shared interest in reconsidering traditional conventions of painting to formulate an […]

By |May 11th, 2016|New York, Reviews and Photo Stories|2 Comments

Highlights of Frieze New York, 2016

The fifth edition of Frieze New York brought together more than 200 of the world’s leading galleries. This year saw the return of Spotlight, a section dedicated to rare solo presentations of 20th-century art, curated in 2016 by Clara M Kim. Advised by Jacob Proctor and Fabian Schöneich, Frame presented emerging galleries debuting solo artist […]

Jamie Hewlett The Suggestionists

Woodward Gallery welcomes International Artist, Designer and Co-Founder of the Gorillaz band, Jamie Hewlett “The Suggestionists”, in his premier USA exhibition. Presenting three brand new bodies of work, “The Suggestionists” exhibition reveals an entirely different side of Hewlett’s many talents, albeit one that is bold through the same inimitable sense of wit and mischief with […]

By |May 10th, 2016|New York|0 Comments

Capital Slang Curated by Angelica at Sule Lubomirov/Angus-Hughes Gallery

Lubomirov/Angus-Hughes Gallery London

4th June-26th June
Private view 3rd June 6-9pm

‘The ordinary practitioners of the city live “down below,” below the thresholds at which visibility begins. They walk an elementary form of this experience of the city; they are walkers, Wandersmänner, whose bodies follow the thicks and thins of an urban “text” they write without being able […]

By |May 10th, 2016|Europe, London|0 Comments


Lorraine Shemesh creates an untethered kaleidoscope from the distortions of the body reflected in those most primal of elements: sunlight and water. With luscious thick paint, fragments of the figure act as an anchor to turbulent motion, producing both tension and excitement, the struggle of staying afloat.

The paintings are a balance of contradictions. “Tilt” is […]

By |May 9th, 2016|New York, Reviews and Photo Stories|0 Comments

Searching for Painters

How to Pick Exterior Painting Contractors

With the busy schedule of most homeowners, there is simply no time for them to repaint the exterior of their homes themselves. If you are searching exterior painting companies, there are certain factors that you should consider.


Schedule an Initial Meeting

When exterior painting contractors come to inspect your home, you need […]

By |May 9th, 2016|Reviews and Photo Stories|0 Comments