This special, “Stars & Stripes Forever!” exhibition offers an exuberant 5-Star Salute to the arts which will dazzle the senses of both art acquisitions and art aficionados alike with its sparkling regeneration of the visual realm.
Queers in Exile: the Unforgotten Legacies of LGBTQ Homeless Youth opened at the Leslie Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art in New York City on July 17 and runs through July 28, 2013; it is presented as part of the All Out Arts Fresh Fruit Festival.
Painting is an art of expressing thoughts and imaginations through pictures. The world has a great number of art lovers, mostly of which have great inclinations towards paintings. The ideas and thoughts generate various options and hence artists now make use of variations to provide more magical effect to their paintings and pictures.
Oil painting […]
Like the ancient alchemists search for the philosopher’s stone, creating art can quickly become a metaphor of the path to enlightenment.
Handcrafted to be viewed and adored seemed to be the order of the show as AF came to the opening of Folklore last July 11th at Joshua Liner Gallery. With a touch of Folk Art but blowing it out of the water from the previous impression of the genre. It retains the spirit but has been rebooted to […]
Last July 11th AF walked into New York’s oldest gallery (founded in 1852) but the works in the group exhibition Contained Conflict were a breath of fresh air and speaking volumes with regards to contemporary ideals on art. Most of the hauntingly beautiful façade of the works throbbed with undercurrents of discord and dissension. This push and pull […]
What is better than a summer block party? You got some tunes blasting out, cold drinks and rollicking company to cool yourself off. However, if it is done in the gallery row of West 24th Street then it is just the best thing ever since refrigeration and ice in a bag. Last July 11th – AF came […]
I tend to be an admirer of gallery spaces that have definite point of view and niche brand approach to their programming. The direction is clear and distinct which in the case of Munch Gallery, one of the pioneering galleries on the Lower East Side, has proven itself consistent in this manner.
For the summer, […]
If you want to plan a cultural evening in one of Europe’s cities, there are a lot of options at your disposal. All you need to do is to decide which city you want to visit, choose the best event and buy a plane ticket. Have a look at the list of cultural events in […]
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The Madness of Art — Season 1, Episode 1: Tony
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- Untitled 2 Fragments Untitled 4 Fragments Untitled 5 Fragments Artist Statement My photographic work is… »
- LEON REID IV "Rising Homicide" 2013 Saturday we stopped by Woodward Gallery to see the opening for From the Street… »
- Donated artwork from paper cutting to couture Terror of the Deep by Dayna Rozental On Thursday, June 27 in… »
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- World of Men (2012) by Rebecca Bird, watercolor on paper, 22 x 30 in Summer Show- New Artists opening at William Holman… »
- The Second AIM Biennial presented by The Bronx Museum of the Arts Sculpture by Jason Peters Paintings by Heidi L.… »
- Another Thursday Art Night in Chelsea at Tierney Gardarin Artist Ryan Mosley The British are coming! They are coming to… »
- Van der Plas Gallery on Orchard Street (L-R) Artist Johan Wahlstrom and Gallerist Adriaan Van der Plas The newly opened… »
- Artist Joseph Maida and his photo at the show Perusing the books of the artists at Daniel Cooney Fine Art Water! Water… »