While the relationship between painting, sculpture and all that rests in between has long been dissected since the days of Robert Rauschenberg and Donald Judd, the twenty-five artists featured in Lesley Heller Workspace’s summer show “object’hood” have taken up the scalpel. Curated by Inna Babaeva and Gelah Penn, “object’hood” attempts to bring together works that […]
Featured Opening: Dominique Lévy To Present First Exhibition of Gerhard Richter’s Colour Charts Since Their Debut in 1966
Dominique Lévy is pleased to announce Gerhard Richter: Colour Charts, an exhibition of paintings selected from the artist’s original nineteen Colour Charts produced in 1966. Presented with the support of the Gerhard Richter Archive, the exhibition is the first exhibition to feature a small but vital group of works from this series since their inaugural […]
Featured Opening: Alex Hubbard’s “Basic Perversions” T0 Inaugurate The New Downtown Los Angeles Home Of Maccarone Gallery
LOS ANGELES…Beginning September 19, 2015, Maccarone will present “Basic Perversions,” an exhibition of new paintings by Alex Hubbard. Comprising over a dozen works in pigmented urethane, resin, and fiberglass, this exhibition inaugurates the gallery’s new 50,000-square-foot West Coast complex at 300 South Mission Road in the Downtown L.A. Arts District.
Hubbard’s third solo exhibition with Maccarone, “Basic […]
On Orchard Street, on the Lower East Side, the Joe Sheftel Gallery presents a group show with six artists called E. 1027. Handed to me, by the gallery assistant, was the press release with an in-depth story behind the summer home designed by Eileen Gray with Jean Badovici. The complex and fascinating story behind the famous site […]
There are numerous myths in which a hero must undergo a so-called “Nachtmeerfahrt” (night sea voyage) where he encounters mysterious creatures and dangerous situations.
The psychologist Carl Gustav Jung himself undertook such night expeditions on the water. C. G. Jung was an avid sailor, yet not for the competitive element of the endeavor but rather to […]
On the ninth of July, we visited the Lower East Side and attended the opening reception at the Cindy Rucker Gallery on 141 Attorney Street, which presented a group exhibition called PUSSY DON’T FAIL ME NOW. The work of the three female artists–Doreen Garner, Sophia Narett and Kenya Robinson–varies tremendously, but all convey powerful, feminist […]
Clocktower Productions Presents Anxious Spaces: Installation as Catalyst II, on View at Knockdown Center
The Clocktower Gallery left its Lower Manhattan base in December 2013 after hosting 40 years’ worth of legendary artists and their groundbreaking exhibitions, installations, and performances. Since the departure, the non-profit art body has developed and embraced a nomadic model, organizing varied events in art and music across three boroughs of New York City. For […]
Looking at these figures you might recall the quote from Matthew 23:27 when Jesus says, “Woe to you who are so committed to demanding that others adhere to religious law! You are like white-washed tombs: beautiful on the outside but on the inside you are filled with rotten bones and decaying flesh.” For a while […]
Stepping off the train at Grand Street on the Lower East Side, one is hit with an instant burst of energy. Action in every direction. That activity amplifies when turning onto Orchard Street, the home of the Van Der Plas Gallery.
Upon entering into the gallery, an overwhelming spirit of vigor impacts the viewer as they […]
“Mortem//Papiliones” featured works by artists Joseph Grazi and Indira Cesarine, including sculpture, drawing and photography revolving around the themes of life, death and the butterfly. Works by Joseph Grazi included Garden Sculptures 1 & 2, juxtaposing taxidermied bats and dried butterflies on wood, as well as several works of pencil on paper, including “Garden Party”, […]