One of the must-see shows, as this year draws to an end, is a sampling of work by Peter Blume at ACA Galleries. This show is in conjunction with a larger show at The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and that show seems to be the first major retrospective of Blume’s work since […]
Gagosian Gallery is representing the new paintings and sculptures of the iconic Japanese artist, Takashi Murakami, from November 10th of this year through January 17th, 2015.
If I had to choose one contemporary artist who is loved regardless of generation or gender, it would be Takashi Murakami, whose influence on art and popular […]
Exclusivity comes at a price but discretion has long flown the coop or rather the luxurious auction rooms of the art world’s reputable institutions. Auctions have been conducted in the most exclusive of enclaves for decades and not until the 1980’s were the sales reported like baseball scores or stock market closing prices that the […]
C24 Gallery knows how to throw an opening! I was enticed to enter after seeing several ornate chaquetillas (the little jackets worn by bullfighters) and, as I was entering the gallery, a small but lively band kicked into the famous pasodoble from the zarzuela El Gato Montes (which is often played at bullfights). It […]
Fridge Art Fair in Downtown/Little Havana Adds New Edition February 11-16, 2015, Coinciding with Art Wynwood & The Boat Show Fridge Art Fair is pleased to offer exhibitors and the public an opportunity to experience Fridge during Miami’s second Art Week, February 11-16, concurrent with Art Wynwood and other major presentations. The main Fair […]
Skoto has been a treasure in Chelsea for many years – often featuring the engaging and thought-provoking work of contemporary African artists. Currently they have an amazing show by Owusu-Ankomah, an internationally exhibited artist originally from Ghana.
This artist’s paintings are covered in various symbols which seem to have been inspired by the ancient […]
2015 USSEA Regional Conference An Inclusive World: Bridging Communities
Arte Fuse is proud to be one of the sponsors for the travelling project An Inclusive World and the 2015 USSEA Regional/InSEA endorsed Conference, who are partnering to provide a group exhibition and conference simultaneously. In addition to media coverage, Arte Fuse will host an art […]
Classical is a familiar word that has referred to both the great civilizations of Greece and Rome, landscapes from the 1850’s and themes such as order, balance, harmony, and ideal beauty throughout the centuries; but in the contemporary zeitgeist, this term has dramatically shifted its definition. So what is the new sense of this word?
The term classical, formerly defining canonized ideals of order and proportion […]
Moving to Southern California to start a cult is not a new idea. People have been doing it since the 1700s. William Money started a famous healing cult in 1840, then Katherine Tingley moved her esoteric religious cult of theosophy from NY to California in 1900. All kinds of cults; love cults, healing cults, […]
The name “Zero” was meant “not as an expression of nihilism – or a dada-like gag – but as a word indicating a zone of silence and of pure possibilities for a new beginning … the incommensurable zone in which the old state turns into the new.” Otto Peine. Forged while ruminating on the aftermath […]
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The Madness of Art — Season 1, Episode 1: Tony
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