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History of Visual Art Education: A multi billion dollar industry arrived.

History of Visual Art Education; The consideration of art and artists as it now morphs into a billion dollar industry and what now counts...

Summer Wasted: Motorcycle Mayhem at Heist.

It’s not what you expect but actually what you’re kind of hoping for; the visage of some peroxide blonde dominatrix look alike preening over...

Andersson & Nordstrom;A Swedish Showcase in Chelsea.

Shared interests can bring a family together. When those interests also happen to be passions—and livelihoods—that togetherness takes on a...

Clic Gallery, and how they all flocked.

Here’s the question on my mind. Does art sell better when it’s surrounded by lots of beautiful people, correct cheek bones, foreign accents and...

Three year old autistic girl is now an art star.

Three year old autistic girl Iris Halmshaw in the UK has gone on to capture the public's imagination with a body of work that...

INVEN.TORY Exhibition: The Point Suite Pop-Up Show.

In our short-attention-span culture, the idea of the pop-up show, exhibits, or just about pop-up anything seems rather appealing and exciting....

StyleFactory suddenly arrives in Noho, NY.

In case you are not a resident of this fine city, let me explain something to you. In New York, our lives ...

The fantastic set take over Collective Hardware.

By the time we rock by Collective Hardwear’s testimony to “D’lautonmy’s” embrace of Ellis Gallagher, part 2, (yes part 1 was a resounding success...

Akut and Hera- if only you were as beautiful as us…

If you Google “Redflagg Herakut opening”, you will undoubtedly be directed to a number of art forums, each with multiple frantic posts from Herakut...

CJ Reilly gets a Prosthetic leg thrown at him.

After seeing C.J. Reilly's Drawing Stories from South America show during the Bushwick Open Studios and Art Fair (CJ Reilly- From one tip of...

Julian Hibbard gives us Noir A-Z.

The death of John Dillenger, infamous bank robber known for his graceful movements during heists such as, leaping over counters and high-speed car chases...

Silhouette Building Sets the Gold Standard of Green

There are moments—those rare, freak occurrences where all the pieces come together to create something marvelous. It’s...

Ellis Gallagher: Urban Legend?

New York nightlife abounded at Ellis Gallagher’s New York City-reflective art exhibit on Bowery and Delancey at the Collective Hardware Gallery Thursday night. A...

Cultural Disarray; Starring ‘Google,” “Michael Jackson,” and “Paris Hilton.”

Given the recent capitulation of society at large being parlayed in vast banking failures, improbable political imperatives (invading Iran and Russia brought to you...

Jon Koones, sculptor and painter. Arriving at love by removing one’s ego.

I'm sitting across the turf from artist Jon Koones, studying the deep furrows of the man who can be best described as his own...