• Jimmy DeSana, Sweatshirt, 1980-1982. Image courtesy of Salon 94.

      Jimmy DeSana at Salon 94

      Wednesday, 26 June 2013 21:18

      On Friday, June 21st NY Arts Magazine attended the opening of Party Picks at Salon 94 Bowery, which encapsulates a dynamic selection of Jimmy DeSana’s incredibly visceral oeuvre. DeSana is most well known for documentation of the New York punk scene and the celebrities that represent this aggressive, yet equally titillating cultural movement. However, labeling […]

    • Image courtesy of the artists and Spinello Projects, Miami

      State of the Book: New Work by Antonia Wright and Ruben Millares

      Tuesday, 25 June 2013 09:06

      It’s not a stretch to imagine the printed book becoming an endangered species in a society where 140 characters or less becomes the limit of knowledge consumption. With the advent of Facebook, Twitter and other forms of digital media, the appreciation for the printed word becomes simultaneously treasured and successively phased-out. Multidisciplinary artists Antonia Wright […]

    • Jacolby Satterwhite

      Art and Ageism: The Decisive Eye of Fellow Artists

      Monday, 24 June 2013 16:40

      Artists are really reaching back into the bag of tricks these days. The rampant discourse about postmodernism has seemed to cool off a bit, but the effects of its presence are clear. The standard bag has been stretched into something more of a gaping sack. All across the spectrum of ages, artists are doing things […]

    • Shirazeh Houshiary, Breath, 2013. Four-channel video installation, 675 x 400 x 543 cm, Installation impression, 2013, © The artist. Courtesy of Lisson Gallery, London.

      Shirazeh Houshiary’s Breath At the 55th Biennale di Venezia

      Thursday, 20 June 2013 20:25

      To arrive at the Arsenale Nord one must take a boat. As I step from the quay, the frenetic, madding opening week bustle of the Arsenale is left behind. There is no sense of loss. A light drizzle is in the air and I feel as though I’m on a pilgrimage towards tranquility and peace, […]

    • Tom Kotik,
Monotone (17 Beats), 2013

      Time Times Three

      Tuesday, 18 June 2013 18:09

      NY Arts Magazine joined Robert Henry Contemporary (56 Bogart, Brooklyn) for the opening reception of Time Times Three, an exhibition of three artists exploring time-space relationships. The gallery is brightened by Pancho Westeendarp’s dreamy cyan colorfield; 73 photographic prints scale the white wall, forming an anomalous shape. Victoria Burge paints and draws on cosmology prints […]

    • DARU-Jung Hyang Kim, Listening-moonlight, 2013, Oil on canvas, Pencil, Oil stick, Charcoal, 72 x 96 inches, Image courtesy of the artist

      DARU-Jung Hyang Kim: Aesthetic Nuances of the Circle by Soojung Hyun

      Friday, 14 June 2013 17:55

      While the writer Richard Sennett presumes that contemporary art has been endeavoring to exclude the human hand in art, this notion appears in opposition to the work of artist DARU-Jung Hyang Kim. In examining her work, one may find a very different direction. Kim’s works possess a vibrant delivery of the brush that engages bold […]

    • Image courtesy of Nucleo

      In Conversation: Caitlin Diaz talks to Nucleo

      Wednesday, 12 June 2013 19:14

      Caitlin Diaz: Where and when was Nucleo brought into existence? Nucleo: Nucleo was born 15 years ago, in Turin, as a collective from a heterogeneous group of people: photographers, artists, architects, industrial designers and graphic designers. Nucleo is now a design studio based in Torino, Italy. The collective is active in contemporary art, design and […]

    • "Luxury Bomb", 2007, 11 x 14 Inches, Gouache, Thread, Micron Pen, Pencil, Found Objects, Paper, Vellum.

      In Conversation: Julie Peppito Interviewed by Leah Oates

      Tuesday, 11 June 2013 16:38

      Leah Oates: How did you become an artist and what is your family background? Julie Peppito: When I was in the second grade I drew a picture of a turkey and it won first prize in a statewide elementary school competition in Oklahoma. My mom put me in art classes. In my free time I […]

    • Cristina de Miguel, New Yorkers Seeing a Painting Show. 2013. Acrylic on canvas, 96 x 84 in.

      In Conversation: Cristina de Miguel Interviewed By Florian Meisenberg

      Friday, 7 June 2013 14:54

      Florian Meisenberg: How do you perceive and process the images or ideas you are trying to visualize in your paintings? Cristina de Miguel: Most of the images I use come from my mind. Normally I visualize them in my mind unexpectedly, especially when I’m lying on my bed about to sleep and my eyes are […]

    • Carol Salmanson, Gesture Drawing 12, 2012. LEDs, wire, plexi, mirrored mylar, gel filter, diffusion film  
15”W x 15”W x  .875”D

      In Conversation: Leah Oates talks to Carol Salmanson

      Thursday, 6 June 2013 09:48

      Leah Oates: How did you become an artist and what is your family background? Carol Salmanson: I come from a family with a humble background and ambitious parents, who had no interest in the arts. I was passionate about both visual art and ballet, but my mother actively discouraged me until I was in high […]

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