• A great view of downtown, courtesy of Steven Wilkes of  Peter Fetterman Gallery.

      Get Down with the Downtown Fair

      Monday, 5 May 2014 19:34

      At the end of this week, Downtown Fair will be launching its inaugural art fair of modern and contemporary artworks selected by Yossi Milo, Nancy Hoffman, and William Shearburn. Art collectors of any experience level and those interested in the contemporary art market will want to attend. Primarily, work from the aforementioned selection committee’s 50 […]

    • Leah Dixon, Untitled floor piece, 2014. Image courtesy of the artist.

      Irena Jurek Talks Art and Danger with Leah Dixon

      Tuesday, 29 April 2014 09:00

      Irena Jurek: You just came back from participating in the Nicaraguan Biennial, how was your experience? Leah Dixon: Incredible. I’m still processing everything. The curator, Omar Lopez-Chahoud, picked a group of international artists to work together and collaborate, and in general make responsive works. His intuition was spot-on. We worked together and collaborated with intense […]

    • Michael Mahalchick, Untitled, 2014. Stretched blanket, 36 x 46 in. Image courtesy of Lopuis B. James.

      Michael Mahalchick at Louis B. James

      Monday, 28 April 2014 09:00

      A full crowd had gathered, elbow to elbow, skirting around the many playful Michael Mahalchick works spread throughout the space. It was one of the first pleasant nights of the year and almost everyone was wearing a smile as they sipped white wine from the gallery bar. This carefree, easy-going attitude would soon come in […]

    • Richard Hamilton, Interior II, 1964. Oil, cellulose paint, and printed paper on board. 48 x 64 in. Image courtesy of Tate Modern.

      Richard Hamilton: Grandfather of Brit Art

      Friday, 25 April 2014 09:00

      Richard Hamilton is a truly influential figure in the history of British art and is considered to be the founder of the Pop Art movement. This retrospective is a collaboration between Tate Modern and the ICA, and covers the eclectic career of a very important British artist who wanted to get “all of living” into […]

    • Image courtesy of Brianna Sculley.

      Maria Chavez: Sound Art Equalizer

      Thursday, 24 April 2014 09:00

      I am known in the sound community as an abstract turntablist and sound artist, along with being involved in the contemporary sound art world as a curator. My curatorial work began early while I was living in Houston, hosting performances of improvisation and sound. When I moved to New York City in 2005, I immediately […]

    • Brent Owens, "For Thinkin' Long and Dark" Installation view, 2014. Image courtesy of English Kills Gallery.

      Brent Owens is a Contemporary Woodsman

      Wednesday, 23 April 2014 09:00

      “For Thinkin’ Long and Dark,” Brent Owens’ third solo show at English Kills, probably has enough distinct bodies of work in it to comprise several more tangential exhibitions. This is what’s great about it: the plurality of ideas eddy together, challenging the standards of an artist’s body of work, and the ways in which it […]

    • Image courtesy of the architecture.collective

      architecture.collective on Survival

      Monday, 21 April 2014 09:06

      I formed architecture.collective back in early 2008 with a friend and fellow architect. We were going to change the world, but “surviving”is a somewhat more poignant description, as our first test of mettle was seeing through the Global Financial Crisis. Times were incredibly challenging, but somehow we made it through; the first partner has since […]

    • Russell Sheaffer,Detail of  Acetate Diary, 2013. Image courtesy of the artist.

      Russell Sheaffer On Acetate Diary

      Saturday, 19 April 2014 09:00

      NY Arts: What is your artistic background? Do you identify as a filmmaker or as a painter?   Russell Sheaffer: I’ve been working on films for a while now — editing and producing for others and directing my own experimental work. I like to think of the experimental work that I’m doing as (often abstract) […]

    • A leader in a new breed of young gallery owners, Brian Morris has a unique perspective. Image credit Donny Aristy.

      A Conversation with Brian Morris

      Friday, 18 April 2014 09:00

      Pete Tobey: You’re from New York City? Brian Morris: Yup. First generation American-Irish from Woodhaven, Queens. My folks grew up 100 miles or so from each other in Ireland, and met in The Bronx in ’68. I love New York. Lived all over, Brooklyn, Harlem, Astoria, Forest Hills, Little Italy, Alaska, and now LES. PT: Alaska? […]

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      Bringing the Good Stuff: NY Arts Current Exhibition Picks

      Thursday, 17 April 2014 09:00

      Showcasing everyone from big names to emerging stars, there is a lot of great art to be seen in NYC these days. Here are our selections for the best shows that are up to be looked at right now. All across town, from painting to sculpture to video and performance, take a peek and then […]

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