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American Academy of Arts and Letters: Pompous, Stuffy but Brilliant.

In the post regalia of the Armory this Scallywag headed way uptown (155 th st ) to partake in some stodgy revelry of the...
Different types of photo frames

Different Frames to Immortalise Your Captured Memories

Different types of photo frames capturing memories that you didn't previously consider. From popular choices, utilitarian choices to sentimental favorites. Seeing the world from...
Classical Paintings Which Inspired Modern Art Students

Classical Paintings Which Inspired Modern Art Students

Classical Paintings Which Inspired Modern Art Students: How the classics informed and inspired the current crop of masters.  The modern era is built off of...

Javier Gomez- ‘Sensual Nature.’

  As the cabs honked their horns and screeched impatiently across the gravel down at Wall street, all important men suited up in smart business...

Melanie Bonajo Book Launch; a loss for words.

Photography by Paul WR Perez. A large, yellow school bus lumbers past the fire escapes of Brooklyn tenement buildings. Hebrew letters sprawl across its side, seemingly...

The Impossible Collection comes to Assouline.

 “when editors are bored, they drink” said Moran Bar-Kochva, recalling his old days as a journalist, “and then they decide to do some sort of ranking...

Sun K. Kwak- Undulating and Winding deep into your Soul.

  When you first walk into the Brooklyn Museums vast 5th room floor (the B.Gerald Cantor Gallery) your first impulse is to run your hands...

Flamenco stars at Soho Art Salon Party.

Gilles Larrain, preeminent SoHo photographer, artist, and flamenco guitarist has added another notch to his belt: supporter of New York City studio artists (and...

The City Firm & ROX Gallery present: #PPP None of us is greater...

When noted documentary film maker and general downtown trouble maker Clayton Patterson approached me and said we ought to do a little feature on Rox...

Here & Now at the Lyons Wier Gallery.

  If the measure of an art exhibition is the degree to which it gains maximum exposure for its artists, then the opening of the...

William Powhida in A Tale of Three Covers

William Powhida, How the New Museum Committed Suicide with Banality, cover art, Brooklyn Rail, November 2009 (For a larger, more legible image, click here.) ---------------------- December...

Drew Tal giving us Sublime, Bliss and the Ethereal.

If one were to observe Drew Tal’s photograph’s they would walk away with the feeling of a monastic like experience. Serene, humbling and a...

Sam Bassett: Prince of the Art World.

After setting off the alarm while trying to access the rooftop of the renowned Hotel Chelsea, I knew I was in for an interesting...

Celebrating the Life of Clark Hulings, an American Master’s final exhibit

Tuesday night saw the unveiling of master realist, Clark Hulings at the Forbes Gallery. Honoring various entities and persons that Huling had come across...

OCCUPY THE ATM! AT MICHAEL MUT GALLERY

At the Michael Mut gallery on Ave C and 7th, the opening for the "Love Yourself" exhibition is a crowded gathering of artists and...