• Speculative Features

      Friday, 1 April 2011 07:06

      “Speculative Features,” curated by Regine Basha for SculptureCenter, will be on exhibit at the Lexington Avenue offices of Bloomberg, the financial data giant. The exhibit features the work of four sculptors that, in conjunction, address the complicated “futurological” nexus of economics, the growth of information technology, politics, and pop culture. The exhibition’s thesis statement reads: […]

    • Cameron Hayes @ Feldman Gallery

      Friday, 1 April 2011 06:55

      “What happens when pretend politicians pretend to be terrorists reports the deleterious effect on Muslim girls after local politicians use “dirty tricks” to scapegoat Muslims in order to gain votes. In a brightly-colored passage, young girls, now afraid to wear scarves, search for their identities in school lockers.  Turned flat, the lockers could also be traps. With […]

    • Free Women of Color

      Friday, 1 April 2011 06:49

      This season, the Brooklyn Museum acquired an important, paradigm-shifting oil painting by Italian painter Agostino Brunias. The piece, entitled “Free Women of Color with their Children and Servants in a Landscape,” depicts women of mixed race on the Caribbean island of Dominica, which changed hands multiple times between the powers of Britain and France during […]

    • 8th Annual “Erasing Borders Exhibition of Contemporary Indian Art” Kicks off During Asian Contemporary Art Week

      Sunday, 20 March 2011 23:28

      8th Annual “Erasing Borders Exhibition of Contemporary Indian Art” Kicks off During Asian Contemporary Art Week (New York, NY – February 10, 2011) The Indo-American Arts Council’s 8th Annual Erasing Borders Exhibition of Contemporary Indian Art of the Diaspora features work by 43 artists whose origins can be traced to the Indian subcontinent. This group […]

    • 45th Art Cologne Stays on Top

      Sunday, 20 March 2011 23:22

      When a small group of German gallery owners organized the first Cologne art fair in 1967, they aimed to establish a new art centre — at least temporarily. Their long-term goal was to promote the creation of art in Germany — in other words, young German artists — and to position them in the international […]

    • ACAW Program Schedule

      Sunday, 20 March 2011 23:13

      MON.  MAR 21 The Museum of Modern 7:00 pm:  Art Dialogue with Artist + Screening TUE. MAR 22 Sotheby’s 6:00 pm: Dialogue with Artists + Book Launch + Reception WED. MAR 23 (Signature Event) Asia Society and Museum 6:30 pm: Dialogue with Artists MON.  MAR 21The Museum of Modern 7:00 pm:  Art Dialogue with Artist […]

    • CITYWIDE CELEBRATION OF ASIAN CONTEMPORARY ART

      Tuesday, 15 March 2011 21:21

      Now in its seventh year, Asian Contemporary Art Week celebrates and promotes Asian contemporary art through artist conversations, panels, screenings, book launches, exhibitions, and curator tours at over 35 museums and galleries. This year, ACAW will be held throughout New York City, and opens on the first day of spring: Monday, March 21, also celebrated […]

    • Moon In Glass

      Wednesday, 9 March 2011 23:23

      A gallery staff is reflected in an artwork printed on specially-manufactured coloured mirror of Chinese artist’s Ling Jian exhibition entitled Moon in Glass in Beijing, China, 08 March 2011. Well-known for his ambiguously seductive portraits of beautiful women and androgynous men, Ling’s new series employs portraiture, mirrors, installation and spatial design to create a seamless […]

    • The Latest Threat

      Wednesday, 9 March 2011 22:29

      Visitors are reflected in a photograph by Andres Serrano at the American Dream exhibition in the German lender DZ Bank’s building in Frankfurt, February 23, 2011. The American Dream can be found almost anywhere – on the sunny highways of California, in noted work of portraiture attributed to the host … enhanced by the artistic […]

    • P.J.S. Exhibitions Presents

      Tuesday, 8 March 2011 00:26

      New York, NY – P.J.S Exhibitions, an eclectic gallery on the cusp of New York’s Chelsea, West Village and Meatpacking District (238 W. 14th between 7th & 8th Ave.), presents Transformation, a collection of “mental concepts” from artists Juandrés Vera and Fernando Villalvazo opening on March 20th.    For Immediate ReleaseFebruary 2011Press ContactSarah Cirkiel/Valeria CarrascoPitch […]

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