• Pat Berran, Untitled, 2014. Acrylic, toner on panel. 24 x 18 in.

      One Burning Question with Patrick Berran

      Friday, 16 May 2014 09:00

      NY Arts Magazine: Please tell us something about your work that often gets overlooked by the unfamiliar or untrained eye. Patrick Berran: I am often asked questions pertaining to the process; what type of materials, even step-by-step questions, also if they are completely print-based paintings. I enjoy the process very much, it is important. My […]

    • Daniel Turner, Untitled, 2014. Maple, mdf, stainless steel 
two parts: 25 x 252 x 32 in. Image courtesy of Team Gallery.

      Daniel Turner at Team Gallery

      Thursday, 15 May 2014 09:00

      Walking up the short flight of steps to enter in to Team Gallery‘s 83 Grand Street location is often it’s own reward, providing a nice break between the busyness of the SoHo street as you cross over into the relative silence of the polished white cube. The result is often confounding in the best possible […]

    • Rob Reiner accepts his award as Scorsese looks on. Photo Credit: Philip May/Film Society of Lincoln Center.

      Honoring Rob Reiner with the 41st Chaplin Award

      Wednesday, 14 May 2014 09:00

      As described by the Lincoln Film Society, its Chaplin Award honors the “distinguished film artist whose body of work and lifetime of achievements represent a significant contribution to the art of film”. With classics and fan favorites like Stand By Me (1986), The Princess Bride (1987), and Misery (1990), it is no wonder director and […]

    • Jacolby Satterwhite, image still from Reifying Desire, 2013. Image courtesy of the artist.

      Playing G.I. Joes with Jacolby Satterwhite

      Monday, 12 May 2014 09:00

      NY Arts: Has your approach to art always been associated with performance art? Jacolby Satterwhite: No, I started with drawing and painting; however, the images I’ve been making since childhood have been performative and used the figure as a compositional pivot. Ten years into my painting practice, I became exhausted by painting’s history because it’s […]

    • Here's a map of all the residencies available on Rate My Artist Residency.

      Rate My Artist Residency: Money For Artists!

      Saturday, 10 May 2014 09:00

      In January of 2013 a new online resource for artist residencies was born. I stumbled upon it at the tail end of that year and kept it to myself as though I had found buried treasure. I frequent it often and have continually wondered why more people don’t take advantage of it. There are plenty […]

    • Gugu Mbatha-Raw as Belle

      A Belle We Need

      Friday, 9 May 2014 09:00

      My roommate and I felt slightly out of place as the Bryant Park Hotel doorman directed us to an elevator that was violently painted red. We pressed a button that would take us to a mysterious lower level. We got off and it was quiet. But, around the corner was a smiling employee, inviting us […]

    • Photo Credit: Brianna Sculley

      Curated: Kimberly Kitada Has Irons in the Fire

      Thursday, 8 May 2014 09:00

      In regards to the curatorial field, the Internet has facilitated international collaborative projects and generated new possibilities for online exhibitions and platforms. For instance, I am currently part of an international curatorial collective called 7×8 comprised of 7 curators based in New York, Paris, Rome, Toronto, Vienna, and Singapore. Our recent projects include: contributing articles […]

    • Rachel de Joode, Sculpted Human Skin in Rock I and II, 2014. Installation view courtesy of the artist.

      The Lonely Query: Art World Beef With Rachel de Joode

      Wednesday, 7 May 2014 09:01

      NY Arts:  If you had the opportunity to start a playful Biggie/Tupac style art world beef, who would you choose to go after and why?  Rachel de Joode: I would be Tupac and Biggie would be Jeff Koons. For one, I like to pick a fight with a contemporary archetypical male artist. Then, I guess […]

    • Pulse Art Fair was great in 2013. We have a feeling 2014 will be even better.

      Our Heartbeats Quicken for Pulse Art Fair

      Monday, 5 May 2014 19:46

      Now in its 10th year and under the new direction of Helen Toomer, PULSE Contemporary Art Fair is continuing its commitment to fostering an exhibition atmosphere where visitors can engage with contemporary works while in dialogue with well-known galleries and arts organizations. This year, the fair will be divided into a handful of specifically focused […]

    • The now iconic Frieze tent on Randall's Island provides an outdoor viewing experience that is not to be missed. Image courtesy of Frieze New York.

      Fast Forward to Frieze

      Monday, 5 May 2014 19:43

      The third Frieze Art Fair will be opening this week, and its organizers have arranged a multifaceted array of programming which promises to interest viewers from all backgrounds. This year, 190 contemporary galleries will be participating, 53 of which are New York-based, and Frieze’s popular Projects, Talks, Sounds, and Education programs will continue. Artists Darren […]

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