• To Sleep, Perchance To Dream by Anita Sto and Giorgio Savona

      Tuesday, 14 May 2013 14:50

      Thursday, May 23rd, 2013 independent curators Anita Sto and Giorgio Savona will present TO SLEEP, PERCHANCE TO DREAM, a preview of a work in progress by conceptual multimedia artist, Anita Sto and Professional Photographer Giorgio Savona. The exhibition will be held at Broadway Gallery, 473 Broadway, 7th Floor, New York, NY 10013. TO SLEEP, PERCHANCE […]

    • Becky Franco: Chosen at SOHO20

      Monday, 6 May 2013 21:01

      Being an artist is all about vulnerability. Some artists are pretty afraid of this, creating a product that feels very closed-off and protected from the prying eyes of their viewers. Becky Franco is not one of these artists. Her large realist works on canvas are now on view through May 18th at SOHO20 Gallery in […]

    • Make Your Own Luck with Ballast Projects

      Friday, 3 May 2013 19:04

      In collaboration with The New Museum and The They Co, one of our favorite independent curators has an exciting show open from May 4th-11th at the Old School, 233 Mott St. in Nolita. Adam Mignanelli of Ballast Projects has really been killin’ it lately. This show seems to be another exhibition that very worth our […]

    • John Zurier at Peter Blum

      Friday, 26 April 2013 21:32

      When it comes to scale, an artist usually knows his or her strengths and sticks to one size or another. It’s a rarity to find an individual who has compelling aesthetic chops both when creating smaller as well as larger works. John Zurier is one individual who seems comfortable creating reductive abstractions in any size […]

    • Holocaust Commemoration: Daniel Libeskind on the Art of Memory

      Friday, 26 April 2013 18:31

      World renowned architect Daniel Libeskind, the master planner for Ground Zero and the architect of one of Europe’s most visited museums, the Jewish Museum Berlin, explains the role that memory played in his work. He also speaks about the acute sense of responsibility he feels when accepting commissions for projects addressing Jewish history, to create […]

    • School of Death: Cabinet, Critchley, and Family Business

      Thursday, 25 April 2013 12:35

      “If the examined life is not worth living, then is death not worth examining?” It’s a clever thing to postulate, and this is precisely the program of a new collaboration featuring Cabinet Magazine with Philosopher Simon Critchley at Family Business of 520 West 21st street. The project bears the ominous title School of Death and […]

    • Kinesthetics: Art Imitating Life

      Wednesday, 24 April 2013 09:55

        Utilizing many different kinds of energy from standard electricity to solar cells, the artists in this exhibition create sculptures that engage the viewer by seemingly coming alive. Sculpture’s approach to the kinetic is one that continues to grow and thrive as technology marches steadily forward. These artists stay at the cusp of scientific  experimentation, […]

    • Sandford Wurmfeld: Light & Dark

      Friday, 19 April 2013 15:46

      Few have such a compelling hold on the use of color as Sandford Wurmfeld. A life-long student of the perceptual nuances of pigment, Wurmfeld’s current show highlights his ability to subtly infuse canvasses with a spectrum of hues. Initially coming across as monochromes, the work in Light and Dark reveals itself to be just the […]

    • Brian Cypher at Schema Projects

      Friday, 19 April 2013 15:43

      Brian Cypher isn’t afraid to do his thing. Working prolifically with all kinds of drawing and painting materials throughout his career, he seems to be comfortable producing powerful yet whimsical abstractions, no matter the scale he chooses. Schema Projects being a space specializing in works on paper, Cypher’s drawings on display here are a selection […]

    • B. Wurtz and Triple Canopy: History Works

      Friday, 19 April 2013 15:26

      Working in tandem with Triple Canopy, B. Wurtz’s work at Bureau spans a lifetime of sculptural and media exploration. An artist who has become known for a sensitive touch in the careful regard for the use of the everyday object, Wurtz is here shown to have been creating in this vein for much of his […]

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