• THE NY ARTS MAGAZINE GUIDE TO THE MIAMI ART WEEK

      Friday, 19 November 2010 22:16

      THE NY ARTS MAGAZINE GUIDE TO THE MIAMI ART WEEKArt AsiaFountain Art FairArt Basel Miami BeachScopeArt AsiaDesign MiamiArt Basel     THE NY ARTS MAGAZINE GUIDE TO THE MIAMI ART WEEK     Art Miami December 1-5 www.art-miami.com Fountain Art Fair December 2-5 fountainexhibit.com Art Basel Miami Beach December 2-5 www.artbaselmiamibeach.com Scope December 1-5 www.scope-art.com […]

    • Livijn’s Love of Light and Lilies

      Thursday, 18 November 2010 22:15

      The last two weeks of October marked the first solo exhibition in New York of internationally renowned Swedish artist and ceramic designer, Agneta Livijn. Located in SoHo’s historic Broadway Gallery, the exhibition entitled “Lily Ponds” reflects Livijn’s life experiences and travels. Having spent her childhood in both Sweden and France, Livijn was always especially attracted […]

    • Vogue’ology

      Thursday, 18 November 2010 20:36

      Vogue’ology contains seemingly incompatible elements: aesthetic experience and political activism; community events and forensic research; public manifestations and private workshops. The exhibition is a joint project between the Ballroom Archive & Oral History Project and the sound art collective Ultra-red. Central to the collaboration is a shared interest in developing terms that can serve to […]

    • Revisiting Brazil: The 29th Sao Paulo Biennial

      Thursday, 18 November 2010 19:59

      Anchored in the idea that the line separating separate art from politics is ambiguous, the 29a Sao Paulo Biennial, taking its title “There is always a cup of sea to sail in” from de Lima’s great work, provides spaces in which to reflect on one’s own personal intersections as well as rapid global reorganizations. Looking […]

    • Girls Just Want to Have Funds

      Tuesday, 16 November 2010 21:02

      Girls Just Want to Have Funds is a contemporary art exhibition of works by women artists, featuring a panel discussion concerning gender and representation in the visual arts and a benefit art auction. All proceeds from tickets and art sales support the Foundation’s two independent grant programs for emerging visual artists and travel grants for […]

    • Barbara Rosenthal Represents U.S. @ Prague Contemporary Art Festival

      Wednesday, 3 November 2010 16:28

      Push Me is a photo-image-text-performance-audio-video DVD projection (6 minutes, looped). Various vicissitude appear as hectic text over Rosenthal’s nude body. The artist’s response to the damaging pressures of life. Ironic, black humor interplay in which all viewers will recognize their own lives and the unfortunate realities of human history through the ages.  Push Me is […]

    • Baker Does Zen: Photographs by Yossi Zur

      Tuesday, 2 November 2010 20:04

      Yossi Zur’s photographs in his first solo exhibit recently at the Christopher Henry Gallery in Soho, mesmerize the viewer.  Simultaneously appearing and disappearing, emerging from inky-black, soundless backgrounds, hovering in undefined landscapes, these sepia-toned images ranging from the intricacies of a star map, to the abstract folds of richly patterned fabrics, to the shadowy contours […]

    • Zachary Bako

      Friday, 29 October 2010 14:48

      Zachary Bako is an American photographer. With a camera as his only companion, Bako left home when he was seventeen years old to travel to Hong Kong. That journey initiated an everlasting love for photography and travel. Moving throughout the world, Bako observes and absorbs everything he notices along the way. Trained in photojournalism early […]

    • LandEscapes by Carol Caputo

      Wednesday, 22 September 2010 19:14

      Carol Caputo’s solo exhibition, LandEscapes opens November 1st, and will be running through December 31 at the Atrium shops of the former Citigroup Center. The exhibition, presented in partnership with Midtown Arts Common and Boston Properties, will feature Caputo’s newest body of abstract landscape paintings. November 1st to December 31st, 2010 At The Atrium Shops […]

    • Original Sin

      Thursday, 16 September 2010 19:37

      Mark Rodriguez’s dark and visually elusive, yet intensely illuminated and 
inspirational art works represent a profound investigation of deep observations in
the nature of the world and humanity that surrounds him. Exploring how abstracted forms and shapes dissolve and coagulate, how shapes form and melt, how they disband and reassemble, his work evinces a style that […]

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