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Beyond the Aural: Mark Jackson on Sound Art

I first became interested in sound art well before I became interested, or even knew anything about, curating.  However I was heavily influenced from a relatively young age by considerations that are essentially curatorial. I’ll have to give you a bit of background. In the late ‘80s I spent the school holidays in Kuwait. The […]

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Artist Resource Directory

Finding exciting emerging artists online can be quite the daunting feat, as nearly any person can put their work online, only to have it drift away into the obscurity that is the millions of sites that exist to show artwork. NY Arts wants to bring some of those sites back from the deep recesses of […]

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7th Annual Bushwick Film Festival

  7th Annual Bushwick Film Festival  October 2-5, 2014 Multiple locations Brooklyn, NY

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Sunscreen at Graham

Featuring: Seth Adelsberger, Trudy Benson, Michael Dotson, Henry Gunderson, Eric Shaw, Russell Tyler, Siebren Versteeg, Max Warsh Sunscreen July 10-August 28, 2014 James Graham & Sons Gallery 32 East 67th St. New York City

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Summer Mixer at Joshua Liner Gallery

Featuring: Andrew Schoultz, Erin M. Riley, Guy Yanai, Kristen Schiele, Michael Theodore, Robert Larson, Sam Friedman Summer Mixer July 17 to August 27, 2014 Joshua Liner Gallery 540 W 28th St New York City

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Recurrence at Fridman Gallery

Featuring: Ariana Papademetropoulos, Colter Jacobsen, Edgar Arceneaux, Lauren Fensterstock, Nick McPhail Curated by Luisa Aguilar Solis and Georgia Horn Recurrence July 17 – August 15 Fridman Gallery 287 Spring St. New York City

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Digital Revolution at Barbican Centre

Digital Revolution July 3-September 14, 2014 Barbican Centre Silk St. London

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One Burning Question with Ted Gahl

Ted Gahl’s paintings resist definition. Working mostly in abstraction, Gahl’s works often incorporate drawn elements and concise written phrases into their seemingly deep layers of gestural accumulation. Just as serious about abstraction as he is interested in cultural reference and the occasional joke, the artist unveils a longtime art crush in this week’s One Burning […]

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Group Show at La Fabrica / ACME Brooklyn

Adrian S. B, Alvaro Ugarte, Bill Abdale, Christian Calabro, Cleon Peterson, Dakota Sica, Enrique Santos, Federico SAENZ, Lotta Matila, Marina Silva, Monica Escutia, Pablo Davila, Rodrigo Imaz, Scotty Albrecht, Sebastian Vizcaino, Varenka Ruiz, Zazil Barba “This Event May Be Occurring In Another Context” Curated by Homero Fernandez Pedroza, Zazil Barba and Varenka Ruiz This Event […]

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Reconstructing Individuality: Groundbreaking Korean Artists

Hyongyon Park Drawing deeply from Korean Shamanism, also known as Mugyo, Hyongyon’s images are constructed of mysterious and otherworldly figures depicted as shaman. As a descendant of the Heavenly King, a shaman connects the physical world to the spiritual world seeking to help overcome people’s negative emotions and spiritual weaknesses. This healer, however, is often […]

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