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Leah Oates Talks Art and NYC with Judy Blum Reddy

Leah Oates: How did you become an artist and what is your family background? Judy Blum Reddy: I wanted to be an artist since childhood. My parents fled Austria because of the war and I was born shortly after their arrival. As an only child, they were always very supportive of my whimsies. I went […]

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Trees at Chelm & Read Gallery

Joan Mitchell: Trees May 15 – August 29, 2014 Cheim & Read Gallery 547 W 25th St. New York City cheimread.com

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A Handweaver’s Pattern Book at Clifton Benevento

Polly Apfelbaum: A Handweaver’s Pattern Book May 31 – August 8, 2014 Clifton Benevento 515 Broadway New York City cliftonbenevento.com

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NYC Makers: The MAD Biennial

Featuring: Lindsey Adelman, Laurie Anderson, Ei Arakawa/Aki Takahashi/Sergei Tcherepnin, Aranda/Lasch, Carlos Benaim, Best Made Company®, Zach Blas, Scott Bodenner, Boym Partners Inc., The Brasslab, Lady Bunny, A.K. Burns & Katherine Hubbard, Rafael de Cárdenas / Architecture at Large, Aisen Caro Chacin, Joseph Cavalieri, Chen Chen & Kai Williams, Nicole Cherubini, Ryan Matthew Cohn, Tommy Coleman, […]

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2014 MFA Thesis Exhibition at Hunter College

  Hunter MFA 2014 MFA Thesis Exhibition April 24- May 22, 2014 Hunter College 205 Hudson Street New York City 2014huntermfa.com

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Nadine De Meester

My work draws upon the century-long tradition of handmade sculpture. I would describe my pieces as visceral; the sculpting technique I use when working with clay reveals a flesh-like quality. As such, my work has everything to do with the materiality of life. My sculptures wear the heaviness of being; their surfaces reveal every sign […]

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Our Heartbeats Quicken for Pulse Art Fair

Now in its 10th year and under the new direction of Helen Toomer, PULSE Contemporary Art Fair is continuing its commitment to fostering an exhibition atmosphere where visitors can engage with contemporary works while in dialogue with well-known galleries and arts organizations. This year, the fair will be divided into a handful of specifically focused […]

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Fast Forward to Frieze

The third Frieze Art Fair will be opening this week, and its organizers have arranged a multifaceted array of programming which promises to interest viewers from all backgrounds. This year, 190 contemporary galleries will be participating, 53 of which are New York-based, and Frieze’s popular Projects, Talks, Sounds, and Education programs will continue. Artists Darren […]

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Get Down with the Downtown Fair

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 […]

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Russell Sheaffer On Acetate Diary

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) […]

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