• 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 […]

    • Neighbors #5, 2012
pigment print
44 1/2 x 30” 
Photo: Julie Saul Gallery

      Arne Svenson at Julie Saul Gallery

      Thursday, 6 June 2013 09:31

      Arne Svenson’s most recent photographic series, The Neighbors, is on view at Julie Saul Gallery. Acting as voyeur and investigator, Svenson used a telephoto lens to photograph his neighbors in a highrise across the street from his apartment. The photographs remind us of film stills, or a slow-moving art-house picture. The work shows windows framing […]

    • Bushwick Open Studios

      Bushwick Open Studios: You can’t see it all.

      Wednesday, 5 June 2013 20:31

      If you want to get inside the brain of an artist, take a look at where they work, live, eat sleep, and dream. To see all of that at once, take a look at their studio. You had the perfect chance this past weekend. Across the city people geared up for Bushwick Open Studios. Artists […]

    • Image courtesy of the artist

      Close to the Tower of Silence: Shirin Neshat by Nina Zivancevic

      Wednesday, 5 June 2013 09:22

      Shirin Neshat, originally from Iran, is a woman artist of an international repute. She always challenges the notion of femininity in her video work, her films, and her installations. Many things have already been written about her much awarded film Women without Men in which we see women, with or without men, who question all forms […]

    • Image courtesy of the artist

      Spatial Poetics: Milija Belic by Nina Zivancevic

      Tuesday, 4 June 2013 09:21

      Milija Belic is native to Serbia but has lived in Paris since the early 1980s. He’s a sculptor and painter whose geometric abstractions are endowed with a special lyrical quality that causes us to think of him as a poet among the sculptors. His expression is pure and oneiric, always on the track of the […]

    • Lawrence Swan, Head On Block, 2012. Tin cans, wood block, acrylic paint, 13" X 7" X 6"

      Lori Ellison in Conversation with Lawrence Swan

      Monday, 3 June 2013 20:36

      Lori Ellison: Just to get things started, how did you begin making the work you are making now? Lawrence Swan: That James Castle show we saw in Philadelphia affected me. I responded to his handling of materials. I didn’t set out to imitate him, but I think he helped me break through or break out […]

    • Brooklyn Open Studios 2013

      Bushwick Open Studios Preview!

      Friday, 31 May 2013 19:46

      Today being the first day of Bushwick Open Studios, we hope that you are all out there visiting the galleries and studios of the 600+ shows that are happening this weekend! When the event started in 2006 it was organized on a volunteer basis by some of the fifteen local artists and community organizers that founded […]

    • Paul Delvaux, Les Nymphes se baignant, 1938. Oil on canvas, 129.8 by 149.5 cm

      Paul Delvaux at Blain-DiDonna Gallery by Tony Zaza

      Friday, 31 May 2013 09:56

      While other fine arts venues continue to exploit the unwashed and uneducated, Blain-DiDonna Gallery continues to offer opportunities to re-examine artists whose work reinterprets our notions of the nature of artistic expression, while at the same time preserving their integrity and mystery. Following their stimulating Hans Arp show comes the enigma of Paul Delvaux, whose […]

    • Amir Parsa, Director of the Museum of Modern Art.

      Performing Writing and the New Genres

      Thursday, 30 May 2013 20:30

      NY Arts recently got in touch with two writer/poets and art theorists Amir Parsa and Ammiel Alcalay. In a fascinating roundtable, the two discuss world literature, interactions between art and literature, the Lebanese poet Nadia Tueni, and the nature of formal innovation. Amir Parsa: Ammiel Alcalay, two of your books have just been published. If […]

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