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      Best of Volta 2013

      Monday, 11 March 2013 19:38

      Votla 2013 kicked off yesterday. NY Arts checked it out. The show was slick, intense and wide ranging. It may be Volta’s best year yet. Kadar Brock had some new, interesting works on view with Vigo/The Hole. For painting, Envoy Enterprises Winston Chmielinski and Clint Jukkala stole the show. Other highlights were the scary and […]

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      Let the Parties Begin. Armory Week on the Lower East Side

      Friday, 8 March 2013 16:46

      In conjunction with Armory Art Week, the Lower East Side will be in full party mode.  Friday, March 8, 2013,  7 – 9 pm is Lower East Side Gallery Night with several neighborhood galleries offering extended hours. And then on Sunday, March 10, 2013, 12 – 6 pm will be Lower East Side Gallery Stroll. Stop […]

    • Terry Check & Bill Lowe on “Thorton Dial: Daybreak”

      Wednesday, 27 February 2013 15:44

      “Daybreak,” an exhibition of new works by artistic genius Thornton Dial, opened February 8, 2013 at the Bill Lowe Gallery in Atlanta, Georgia.  Following a successful tour of “Hard Truths: The Art of Thornton Dial” at several museums and a current exhibition at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, Dials’s new work reiterates his […]

    • Cinematic Moments at the Wattis Institute for Contemporary Art

      Tuesday, 26 February 2013 18:01

      Beginning from Miller’s text, the exhibition breaks down the structure and production of cinema into stages that are normally obscured. An exploration of the workings of a preexisting form of production, Cinematic Moments also asks what type of knowledge an exhibition is capable of producing. Cinematic Moments is constructed as an architecture that invites the […]

    • Scope Fair 2013: This Year’s New Talent

      Friday, 22 February 2013 16:33

      We caught up with Scope to find out who to watch this year. Scope has it’s pulse on the emerging market and this year they will feature 55 international galleries alongside 20 Breeder Program galleries. Here are five names you’ll wanna look for: SIT, Amy M. Ho, Ursla Burke, Shiro Masuyama and Eddie Villanueva.   […]

    • 5 Must See Shows In Berlin

      Wednesday, 20 February 2013 19:42

      Open your eyes and enter into Michael Fuch’s Gallery’s world of dreams before it ends on March 17th. Don’t miss Jonas Burgert, Andreas Golder, Paul Hosking, Leiko Ikemura, Frank Stella, Bernar Venet, and GAMA’s mystical imagery that could transport even a conscious eye into a subconscious world. No need to be pinched. Believe it or […]

    • ARCO Madrid Creates Buzz, Social Change and Rising Stars

      Tuesday, 19 February 2013 16:00

      There were talks for ARCO of course, like that on “peripheries, use value and social change” – on the periphery of the main event. These featured New Yorkers Chus Martinez (El Museo del Barrio), Laura Raicovich (Creative Time), and Richard Flood (New Museum). They were held in a box way off to the side of […]

    • Historic Brice Marden’s On View at Gagosian Uptown

      Monday, 18 February 2013 20:31

      Director Ealan Wingate comments that, “Brice Marden’s Red, Yellow, and Blue paintings explore the intersection of the theoretical juxtaposition of what is known as primary colors with the visual understanding of how those colors hold and permeate a plane creating an abstract as well as a contemplative and physical relationship through the tonal ranges of […]

    • The Body Electric: Selections from The Pop-Up Museum Of Queer History Archive

      Monday, 18 February 2013 16:12

      For starters, any consideration of it quickly exceeds the corporeal and spills over into the stormy sea of identity. Then, how does one begin to talk about that many-headed Hydra, desire? How do you contain what is too fluid to map, domesticate a thing that defies penning, describe a thing which in Whitman’s words, “balks […]

    • Three L.A. Shows Explore Black Panthers, Heroes and Youth Culture

      Friday, 15 February 2013 16:12

      A Hero Ain’t Nothing But a Sandwich, Nery Gabriel Lemus’ second solo show at the Charlie James Gallery in Los Angeles, explores what it means to be a hero in contemporary culture, specifically in relation to the ways adult men become heroes or villains in the eyes of the young boys they interact with. The […]

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