Sue Williams: Dreams and Thoughts Beyond the Couch

303 Gallery opened its ninth exhibition of Sue Williams’ work, “WTC, WWIII, Couch Size,” this past Thursday., January 16th The show was full of bright colors reaching across large canvases all around the gallery. 

Williams’ canvases were a complex blur of colors, ranging from your basic primary and secondary colors to vibrant, Lisa-Frank-level, highlighter colors. All this color together […]

By |January 21st, 2014|New York|0 Comments

PICTURE THIS: The Divine Structures of Jeff Landman

If you build it, they will come and boy did the art folks showed up for the first solo exhibition of British born but now based in Sunset Park, Brooklyn artist – Jeff Landman – for Working on a Building last January 16th. AF came into the space of Tracy Williams, Ltd. to find all his sculptural installations perfectly […]

By |January 21st, 2014|New York|0 Comments

MICHAEL ALAN’S “THE ENERGY READER” TRANSFORMS SUFFERING INTO BEAUTY

One of the most engaging kinds of art is art that sets up an emotional dialogue with the viewer. If that art also is created with technical virtuosity and comes from the heart then you have art that you owe it to yourself to go see.
By |January 16th, 2014|New York|0 Comments

Brooklyn Artists #SELLOUT in 5-Day Exhibition

Most artists have been told that they should create art for art’s sake and not for profit. This show was put together with the intention to challenge that conventional wisdom. This exhibition champions the belief that artists should be compensated and recognized for the work they do. Artists have to pay their bills like anyone […]

By |January 15th, 2014|New York|0 Comments

Eager for Allison Schulnik at ZieherSmith

ZieherSmith gallery was buzzing with conversation and life when we walked in between the two live sets commissioned to accompany Allison Schulnik’s latest stop-motion claymation film, Eager. The artist had a strong presence at the opening, moving about the room throughout the night, speaking with a number of guests and fielding all sorts of questions. (For instance, I […]

By |January 14th, 2014|New York|0 Comments

Steady Rhythm Sets the Pace in 2014

Right off the gate, AF began this year with a group show where the art wasn’t tied together by themes or elements but rather a rhythmic consistent pulse that fueled the show Cadence at Margaret Thatcher Projects last January 9th. The show curated by May Yeung brought in a good measure of works by Frank Badur, Daniel Hill, Pat Lipsky, […]

By |January 14th, 2014|New York, Videos|0 Comments

Quollective Social Media App partners with Abstract Artist Caroline Wright

Quollective, a social network for styling and sharing quotes on iOS, today announces a collaboration with the Austin-based artist Caroline Wright.
By |January 14th, 2014|New York|0 Comments

PICTURE THIS: I’m A Yankee Zulu Dandy!

The show title is enough to draw you in as you imagine the American revolutionaries slapping on the war paint and hurling spears while letting out a tribal yell. Well the British were certainly not coming and were headed for the hills! Yankee Zulu, the title of the latest exhibition of South African artist, Shaun Ellison opened last […]

By |January 14th, 2014|Europe, New York, Videos|0 Comments

BODIES IN SPACE AT WIX LOUNGE

Wix.com brings together two of its talented users, photographer Gisella Sorrentino and dancer Collin Ranf, through a special collaborative event.
By |January 13th, 2014|New York|0 Comments

Opening for Imagine

Last Friday night Arte Fuse stopped by the opening of Imagine: a pop up art exhibition being held on 555 6th avenue in New York City which was supported by Stonehenge. By the time we got there, the line was already around the block and they were not letting anyone else in because it was packed inside. We couldn’t wait to see the […]

By |January 13th, 2014|New York|0 Comments