Interview and studio visit with Artist Robert Attanasio

I stopped by Robert Attanasio’s studio  in Long Island City to chat about art and to see his new work.

AF: Can you tell me about how you ended up in the art world? 
RA: I think my entry into the art world began in elementary school, at around the age of 12. We had a painting class […]

By |October 7th, 2013|New York|3 Comments

Fridge Art Fair NYC: The Miami Popsicle Project. Edition #2

Opening extravaganza and fundraiser to benefit Visual AIDS and Pax Miami.
December 5, 2013, 7 pm

VIP preview at PAX: Thursday, December 5, 2013, 2 – 7 pm
Fridge Open Hours: December 5 – 8, 2013 – 2pm-1am

Dog and pet artist Eric Ginsburg and the Fridge Art Fair NYC team — artist/curator Kaitlin Martin and photographer/coordinator Cara Hunter Viera – are delighted to announce their partnership with PAX Miami to present the Fridge Art Fair […]

By |October 6th, 2013|New York|0 Comments

A Photographer’s Tour at DUMBO Arts Festival

Well, another DUMBO Arts Festival here and gone. One of my favorite events during the year seemed to be much more crowded than previous years.

One of my favorite pieces, an art installation by the SAWCC (South Asian Women’s Creative Collective) consisted of labeled numerical pennies placed over colorful cobblestones. Each cobblestone was represented by an […]

By |October 4th, 2013|New York|0 Comments

CASTLE FITZJOHNS GALLERY OPENS DOORS ON LOWER EAST SIDE

Castle Fizjohns Gallery announces its grand opening at 98 Orchard Street on the Lower East Side (LES) of Manhattan.

The opening exhibit highlights the works of Max Wiedemann, who’s satirical tongue-in-cheek pop art has been taking the world by storm; the amazing taxidermy based work of Jake Lamagno, who uses among other media a 100 year […]

By |October 4th, 2013|New York|1 Comment

Featured artist: Klaus Enrique

Klaus Enrique – The Arcimboldo Series

I had been working on a photography series in which different parts of the human anatomy are presented in the context of hundreds of different organic elements of the same kind: A human eye surrounded by thousands of dried leaves. One of the leaves happened to be aligned thus that […]

By |October 3rd, 2013|New York|0 Comments

FITZROY KNOX @ JOHN HOUSHMAND PROJECTS FROM SEPTEMBER 28 – OCTOBER 24

September marks the launch of collaboration between FitzRoy Knox Gallery and John Houshmand.

John Houshmand Projects is a platform supporting a wide spectrum of art projects, creating a unique viewing environment for both artwork and exquisite design in the extraordinary showroom in Soho.

Founded in 2011, FitzRoy Knox has been making appearances at art fairs on the […]

By |October 2nd, 2013|New York|0 Comments

You Can Afford To Have Fun

It is October and yes the Pumpkin Spice Latte is back at your corner Starbuck’s. This also means that the fall edition of the Affordable Art Fair returns to New York City at The Tunnel in Chelsea. To kick off this much anticipated and most successful U.S. fair, Affordable Art Fair hosted a fun-tasmagoric bash […]

By |September 30th, 2013|New York|0 Comments

Vadis Turner Fabricates Perfection

Ribbons of color, swaths that define a horizon, a jumble of hues, and silken strings of a well threaded theme. It most certainly sounds like your run of the mill description of a painting done in acrylic or oil. However, this can be said literally of the multimedia work that Vadis Turner exhibited for her new show Past […]

By |September 30th, 2013|New York|1 Comment

Artist Talk with Dionisio González at Galerie Richard

First of all, Arte Fuse wanted to thank Jean Luc Richard for inviting us to join the artist talk at his gallery with Dionisio González which included: Jean Luc Richard, Robert C. Morgan, Ximena Ojeda, Jamie Martinez and El Kazan. We had previously covered the show a week ago, check out the article: http://artefuse.com/picture-this-dionisio-gonzalez-part-deux-at-galerie-richard/.

The discussion […]

By |September 29th, 2013|New York|2 Comments

COLLABO MIAMI: Even in the Dead of Summer, Sexy Never Takes a Day Off

With the dead heat of August supposedly slowing things down in Miami, and months away from the avalanche of Art Basel Week, most would think it’s not the best time of the year to throw an artist-driven collaborative show.

Apparently, the organizer of The Collabo Show know this is how it’s best done in the Miami. […]

By |September 24th, 2013|New York|2 Comments

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