• Implied Thoughts

      Friday, 2 April 2010 16:31

      One is from Columbus, Ohio, the other from Sydney, Australia. One is American, the other Salvadorean, yet both are women with contrasting talents. On a cold December afternoon last year in a Harlem loft apartment, those talents would merge to create art. Photographer/ Journalist Sarah Laubacher has built a respectable body of work while working […]

    • MAN RAY: Unconcerned but Not Indifferent

      Tuesday, 16 March 2010 21:10

      “Yes” was Marcel Duchamp’s reply at every point scored in the tennis match he and Man Ray played the first time they met in 1915; they played without racquets, nets or a ball and neither one spoke the other’s language. It was in the countryside of New Jersey at an artist colony where Man lived […]

    • Scope Art Fair Diary

      Monday, 8 March 2010 19:56

      Having visited SCOPE Art Fair at Lincoln Center’s Damrosch Park the morning after it opened, I found a much more sedate crowd than the one that had probably patronized the place during the previous night’s party. Since the Markt wing of the show was strategically placed by the coat check, I, along with much of […]

    • The Two Hands Art Store:  Infinite Dimensions

      Friday, 5 March 2010 22:42

      This March Turkish artist Gulay Alpay will construct of her signature environmental installations, at the Art Expo show New York. The Two Hands Art Store Alpay’s most recent happening, is a collaborative effort between herself and the audience which she creates using florescent paints and a variety of other media. In such environments, Alpay recreates […]

    • New York Art Fair Week

      Thursday, 4 March 2010 19:03

      The Armory Show, the big attraction of New York Arts Week, and why shouldn’t it be? With the most important names of the 20th and 21st century on their list, it is one of the most valued events in the New York art world. However, the more recent trend of less established art fairs representing […]

    • NY Arts Journalists for Arco

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    • Catching Up with Augor, Interim in Three Rounds

      Tuesday, 26 January 2010 22:37

      Catching Up with Augor What’s Los Angeles based graffiti artist Augor been up to lately? A whole lot. After hanging with him in Miami last month during Art Basel, our suspicions that this young, rebellious artist would start to make a real name for himself in the world of street and graphic art have started […]

    • Philip Taaffe; Back Talk with Miso

      Tuesday, 26 January 2010 22:28

      Philip Taaffe Taaffe’s elaborate images are the slow product of wide-ranging meditations on the interrelation of generic forms and images in art, nature, architecture, and archaeology filtered through a critical and dynamic relation to the history of abstract painting, both Occidental and Oriental. Drawing has always played an important role in his art. (Artdaily, January […]

    • Getting Sticky: Mark Jenkins x Aakash Nihalani; Adam Friedman

      Tuesday, 26 January 2010 19:45

      Never for Sale In 1979 I painted about 40 hummingbirds on exterior locations in lower Manhattan. An experience I’ve never recovered from. Every year I do another street project but I don’t think I’ll ever get to the bottom of the possibilities I stumbled upon with those birds. For years I engaged in a pretty […]

    • “Alias Man Ray: The Art of Reinvention”

      Tuesday, 8 December 2009 22:37

      “Alias Man Ray: The Art of Reinvention” by Valery Oisteanu at The Jewish Museum through March 14, 2010 Valery Oisteanu Man Ray was a major cultural bridge between New York and Paris, between avant-garde painters, photographers, writers and filmmakers. For two crucial decades (1921-1940) his Paris studio was a meeting place for artists, dealers, models […]

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