Walking among the elaborately decorated and sparkling pieces at the Paul Kasmin Gallery on 27th street, I suddenly heard the voice of sportscasting legend Howard Cosell – “What?! Roberto Duran has quit! Roberto Duran has quit!” Stepping around a partition I saw a replica of a working-class Chicago basement rec room (which made me feel [...]
Paul Glabicki’s hyper-intellectual drawings derive from his experimental films. At Kim Foster Gallery (which just seems to put up one amazing show after another) Glabicki has now created various drawings around the scientific theme of ‘relativity.’ So the basic idea seems to be to provide parallel images, both showing a relationship to each other, [...]
Peter Hort is a contemporary art collector and heir to the Hort Family Collection. He is also a founding member of the Rema Hort Mann Foundation, which awards grants to emerging artists.
AF: Can you tell us the history behind the Hort Family Collection?
PH: My mother, Susan Hort, grew up around [...]
Fridge Art Fair Returns to the Lower East Side May 2014
Fridge Art Fair is pleased to announce that it will once again feature a small group of selected galleries and artists on Manhattan’s Lower East Side during Frieze New York Art Fair Week 2014. The “Ice Cream Edition” will be hosted by, and [...]
Everyone is lit up either by substance (alcohol most likely if you go to enough gallery opening receptions), emotion maybe such as love (or lust), and the flattery of words like poetry. AF came to one show that is lit up in all the obvious content and in more subtle contexts. Thrush Holmes had his debut solo [...]
“One ought to hold on to one’s heart, for if one lets it go, one soon loses control of the head too.” – Friedrich Nietzsche
In art, the notion of control is a quaint one. An artist must cultivate technical mastery and control over their work. Chaos is a tricky device but seen as an [...]
Young Russian Jewish artists helped raised funds to support Holocaust survivors in need when they donated works that went on display as part of a Tribeca art auction that was held Last Thursday, January 23.
The event is the first in a collaboration between The Blue Card, a national nonprofit dedicated to aiding Holocaust survivors, [...]
New York is the kind of city where you don’t know where the night will take you but it promises to be a great one. One such artist dared to make the stark and seductive statement of that fact with her latest show that opened last January 24th. Ena Swansea showcased her large scale paintings of untitled nightlife. [...]
FEARFULAWESOME, Ecstasy, death and rebirth of a male painter, SANE, Seline Baumgartner, Nancy Barton & Mike Glass, Bjoerk (One Little Indian-Elektra Records), Ella Joyce Buckley, Shadi Harouni, Andy Hope 1930, Alexa Hoyer, Jürgen Klauke, Austin Lee, Michael Mahalchick, Nadja Verena Marcin, Adam Parker Smith, Thomas Zummer
Three is not a lonely number and it is the perfect trinity as proven when last January 23rd AF walked into Gallery HO for the exhibition New Originals featuring a trio of talented women artists: Fay Ku, Manju Shandler, and Hiba Schahbaz. The show curated by Grace Noh brought together a diverse body of work united by each artist’s special interpretation of women.
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Jason Woodside, Judith Charles Gallery, July 2014
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