As a possible descendant of Carl Friedrich Gauss (the Prince of Mathematicians, the inventor of non-Euclidean geometry and the creator of a 17-sided polygon – this was once big news in the field of geometry), I was compelled to see the show of work by Sydney Blum, at Kim Foster Gallery, called ‘Fuzzy Geometry.’
At Clearing Gallery, off the Morgan stop in Bushwick, geographically diverse artists are put together in one show. The show, called The Stuff Dreams Are Made Of, Too, mounts sculpture onto walls and tests the limits of materials while resisting pictorial language to fabricate a dreamscape.
Untitled (Peep Hole) by Harold Ancart literally offers a [...]
You and me – we’re nothing but mammals, that’s why we do it like they do it in Discovery Channel. Well, if you asked me, watching the first ten minutes of PBS National Geographic’s Wild America, it’s like getting hit with a dart from a tranquilizer gun. But yes, birds do it, even educated flies [...]
Gallery Rene Mele is pleased to present the upcoming group exhibition “Magical Thinking” which opens on Friday June 13, 2014 from 6 to 8 PM at 4o East 75th Street in Manhattan.
In this exhibition artists Alex Beard, Peter Gerakaris, Victor Frešo, Renelio Marin, Rebecca Morgan and Alexander Zakaharov present images inspired by childlike fantasies which [...]
When you walk into the William Holman Gallery on the Lower East Side you almost immediately see a large striking photo of the moon by Trevor Paglen. But this is a show about war, so what’s up with the moon? Well, as Gallery Manager Katie White pointed out to me, starting from the time [...]
New York, NY – Rebecca Hossack Gallery is proud to present Piers Bourke: The Philatelist, a solo exhibition featuring new works by British artist Piers Bourke. The exhibition will commence with an opening reception on Wednesday, June 11 from 6-8PM in the gallery at 262 Mott Street.
Bourke’s works play with space and form. Combining [...]
In her latest solo show Down the Rabbit Hole, artist Yangyang Pan explores the conceptual path which is thought to lead to the true nature of reality. With her explosive, colorful and bright abstract paintings, she takes us through her Wonderland where, just like Alice, she’s not only trying to figure out Wonderland but also herself. [...]
The studio is where it’s at – that’s ground zero where the artist’s thought process and experimentation explode into fruition. Now what if you take that investigation into the gallery interior and set it free all over? AF walked into the solo exhibition of Franklin Evans for paintingassupermodellast June 5th to witness the full color explosion come [...]
The still and silent oil on canvas brilliance from Danish artist, Peter Martensen, for his first important New York solo show last June 5th entitled The Power of Silence spoke volumes. His white lab coated figures in various states of chaotic scenes of gathering strewn papers in beautiful landscapes could be a movie without sound yet palpable in [...]
When you are awash in a world of vibrant color, it is most refreshing to go back to the basic stark graphic beauty of black lines on a white surface. AF came to the black-white image fiesta of Louise Lawler for No Drones last June 5th. The large-scale images are traced from her iconic photographs, printed on [...]
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Jason Woodside, Judith Charles Gallery, July 2014
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