• 3rd Annual Govenors Island Art Fair

      Tuesday, 31 August 2010 21:30

      Check out the 3rd Annual Governors Island Art Fair with an Opening Party on Saturday, September from 11am to 6pm and then September 5th, 11, 12, 18, 19, 25, and 26from 11am-6pm.  The fair is organized by artists for artists from around the world and now includes galleries, curators and organizations.  It is very easy […]

    • Lily Ponds

      Monday, 23 August 2010 21:56

      Born in Sweden in 1955, Agneta Livijn spent her youth in Sweden and in France. She received her education at the Beckmans School of Design in Stockholm, at L’Academie de la Grande Chaumiere in Paris and later at the San Francisco Art Institute in USA. Art has always been a great interest of Agneta’s, and she […]

    • Cosmologies beyond the White Square

      Friday, 20 August 2010 14:37

      The term “Com­po­si­tion” could imply both a piece of music or dance chore­og­ra­phy. Because these art forms are expressed through sound and time, a sense of free-flowing inter­pre­ta­tion and open emo­tional response that is nei­ther lit­eral or inter­pre­tive, but rather, abstract and lim­it­less, is engen­dered in those who wit­ness such art forms. Much like more […]

    • The Melody of Memory

      Tuesday, 17 August 2010 19:25

      Elisha Ben Yitzhak is a multifaceted artist who works in a variety of media, from oils to acrylic, drawing to watercolor. He is a virtuoso artist who has exhibited widely, both nationally and internationally in venues as diverse as Zimbabwe and Switzerland, including London’s celebrated Tate Gallery. In September, he will be featured in a […]

    • The Duchamp Paradigm: Marcel Duchamp– The Art of Chess

      Friday, 6 August 2010 18:23

      …Actu­ally, I believe that every chess player expe­ri­ences a mix­ture of two aes­thetic plea­sures: first the abstract image akin to the poetic idea in writ­ing, sec­ond the sen­su­ous plea­sure of the ideo­graphic exe­cu­tion of that image on the chess­boards. From my close con­tact with artists and chess play­ers I have come to the per­sonal con­clu­sion […]

    • Marcel Duchamp: Étant donné

      Friday, 6 August 2010 17:55

      Two major sub­jects for Ducham­pi­ons [sic] are Mar­cel Duchamp’s final work, Étant don­nés: 1. La chute d’eau, 2. Le gaz d’éclairage (Given: 1. The Water­fall, 2. The Illu­mi­nat­ing Gas), posthu­mously revealed to the pub­lic in 1969, and Duchamp’s life­long devo­tion to chess.  Two acutely rel­e­vant exhi­bi­tions opened within a month of each other early this […]

    • Luminous Realities

      Monday, 2 August 2010 14:26

      Suly Bornstein Wolff is a multi-faceted artist who works in a variety of media, from oils to acrylic, drawing to watercolor. She is a virtuoso artist who has exhibited widely, both nationally and internationally in venues as diverse as Florence, Tel Aviv and New Delhi, India, and of course New York. Reminiscent of styles as […]

    • Collaborative Works: Blago Bung, Cold Mountain & Emily Harvey Foundation

      Wednesday, 16 June 2010 21:22

      The Dada force and spirit has been moved forward since 2006 at the Emily Harvey Foundation where the first, second and fourth Blago Bung evenings took place; the 3rd was held in Zurich at the original Cabaret Voltaire in September 2009. Blago Bung is an explanatory device / blurs all disciplines / is a trans-generational […]

    • Philadelphia Praises Picasso

      Wednesday, 16 June 2010 20:43

      Pablo Picasso’s life, works and associations are the central core of this remarkable exhibition, drawn almost entirely from the Philadelphia Museum’s own collection, a large part of which was bequeathed by Albert Eugene Gallatin in 1952. Eleven galleries of paintings, collages, sculptures, and drawings organized by periods are on view, including a wealth of works […]

    • Underground on Broadway

      Friday, 7 May 2010 21:46

      Underground on BROADWAY is an exhibition of young and emerging British artists showing this summer at the Broadway Gallery, New York. Follow us for updates on the artists, new & exciting projects in both London & New York, and of course the show itself. Underground on BROADWAY is an exhibition of young and emerging British […]

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