Group Show: like·ness at Albertz Benda Gallery

The exhibition is a visual interpretation of Rodrigo Prieto’s 2013 short film Likeness, starring actress Elle Fanning. The current exhibition follows the exact plot line of the film, which focuses on the social pressures, idealizations of the female form, and is based around his daughter’s own experience with an eating disorder.

For the first third of Pietro’s movie, the viewer follows the […]

By |February 10th, 2016|New York, Reviews and Photo Stories|0 Comments

Two New York Institutions Join Forces for the Influential Exhibit ‘elmuseo@SVA’

El Museo del Barrio and the School of Visual Arts, two revered New York art institutions, unite in a landmark group show comprised of SVA MFA alumni of Latin American descent, and many of whom have participated in El Museo’s biennials over the years. The exhibit which is simply titled ‘elmuseo@SVA’, weaves a multi-generational narrative […]

By |February 9th, 2016|New York|5 Comments

#MAKEAMERICAGREATAGAIN Takes on Politics at Whitebox

The moment you step into the White Box- one thing’s for sure. It is right Out-Of-The-Box. Very much mainstream- yet it pulls the strings of your subconscious and leaves your imagination land-locked in thinking mode. What personifies the entire showcase was how the human anthropology requires quick measures to contribute and quantify in the curated […]

By |February 9th, 2016|New York, Reviews and Photo Stories, Videos|1 Comment

Arboreal Anxieties at Chashama 266 by Mary Ivy Martin

In Arboreal Anxieties the NYC based artist Mary Ivy Martin turns the gallery into a studio where she deconstructs discarded Christmas trees and transforms them into wearable sculptures, offering an intimate view of her practice to unsuspecting midtown passersby. Her performance will culminate on the final day of the exhibition when Martin will display the tree […]

By |February 5th, 2016|Interviews, New York, Reviews and Photo Stories|0 Comments

Technical Art for Digital Age- Shinji Murakami at Catinca Tabacaru Gallery

Some say fine art ends when the technical drawing starts. Well, that’s not the case with Shinji Murakami- the 30 something artist from Japan, who has transcended the boundaries and collided the technical aspect behind art in general. The first thing that strikes our mind when we think of fine art is the spontaneity, impulsiveness, […]

By |February 3rd, 2016|New York, Reviews and Photo Stories|0 Comments

Isabelle Fein: Illusions and Ideas at Fort Gansevoort

In a city where a square foot will run you several thousand pretty pennies, spaces are becoming increasingly more innovative and maximizing. A relative newcomer to New York’s Meatpacking district, Fort Gansevoort is a prime example of thinking outside the blueprint. The enduring 19th-century row house was many things throughout its past lives but has […]

By |February 2nd, 2016|New York, Reviews and Photo Stories|0 Comments

Just Say When: The Transmutation of Trauma in Lari Pittman’s Nuevos Caprichos

Through exposure to violence and tragedy maximally capitalized upon by the media, the human psyche is inundated daily without reprieve. How can we escape such an overwhelming barrage of events that cannot be ignored? How do we synthesize them with our lives that must go on in their daily routine, without crumbling to the ground […]

By |February 1st, 2016|New York, Reviews and Photo Stories|0 Comments

New Work, New York- Definitely New Wave of New Age at Woodward Gallery

What a glaring way to enter New Year with a resolve to contribute to the progressive art wave in a universalistic fashion. Woodward Gallery is synonymous to promoting out-of-the-box themes in New York art circuit. Since the past two decades, it has harnessed artists and fostered creativity across the board of the fine-arts platform. But […]

By |January 31st, 2016|New York, Reviews and Photo Stories|6 Comments

DOVE STEP – Britta Thie’s soft version of dubstep

dove step is first physical institutional solo show of German artist Britta Thie and also the first exhibition curated by Kunstverein Göttingen’s new artistic director,  Anja Lückenkemper. The title of the exhibition is a neologism with which Thie references dubstep, a minimalist form of bass-heavy electronic music. Dove Step is Thie’s ‘soft version’ of dubstep […]

By |January 29th, 2016|Berlin, Europe, Reviews and Photo Stories|0 Comments

The Benefits of Screen Printed Shirts

For most people, making sure that they are always looking their best is a big concern and something that they will go to great lengths to ensure. In order to have a unique look, you will need to have original looking clothing. The best way to get the best looking shirts is by having them […]

By |January 28th, 2016|New York|1 Comment