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Final Jeffrey Deitch exhibit sends them to the streets.

This past Saturday, anyone thinking they were going to get in and partake in the last public open gallery exhibit of the Deitch...

A Visual Feast: the NYC Halloween Parade

Written, photographed by, and © Keith Lew, keithlew.com Visit Keith Lew's full gallery HERE As I exit the W4th subway station onto 6th Avenue, I try to...

Skye Nicolas: His own Murdered Beauty.

On the back of his wildly successful solo show we decided once again to take Skye Nicolas aside and ask him some more compelling...

Addiction. A collection of Photography by Thi Chien.

It is the season of the tilted hat. A time when the cold is just warm enough to keep the head partly exposed to...

Hank Willis Thomas: Pitch Blackness

  The issue of race is not black and white. And what isn’t grey is the fact that this fictitious idea of “race”...

Rose Hartman: Glamour Photographer.

To be sure Rose Hartman has been taking more pictures of your favorite socialites and merry go round trollops before most of you were...

‘No Discipline,’ at the MOMA.

“No Discipline” is a fitting title for Ron Arad’s latest exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art.  In a city where nomenclature is everything,...

NY Art Rocks Benefit- ‘Everyone was so Fabulous.’

Going to a NY Art Rocks Benefit event is synonymous with cheekbone kissing, strutting, and exacting one's finer sense of uber-cool. Not for the...
BMW ArtCars, Miami Art Basel 2012.

Paint it Black: Miami Art Basel 2012.

And so it begins. Art Basel Miami 2012 brings the worlds of international collectors, dealers, fortune hunters,corporate wonks, Hollywood types and sybarites like us...

Hermaphrodite 2010.

In their exhibit/performance art colloboration, Aphrodite Désirée Navab and Chervine, Iranian artists based in New York City, explore the gender stereotypes...

CJ Reilly- From one tip of Bushwick to South America.

The Bushwick Open Studios and Art Festival is a bit of a Renaissance Fair where intrepid travelers can return to the Williamsburg of yore....

Anton Corbijn, Inwards and Onwards

Dutch photographer and filmmaker, Anton Corbijn had his second exhibition this past Friday night, held until mid-December, at Stellan Holm Gallery,...

Synapse, by Yasuto Sasada. Eye-catching and whimsical.

Yasuto Sasada premiered his first American gallery at CATM Chelsea one recent Friday ago. Combining traditional Japanese cultural tropes with a sci-fi sensibility, he...

Brian Donovan- Reality sucks but there’s always TV.

I've worked with Brian Donovan, a photographer, an illustrator, a fine artist, an aspiring writer and, above all, an advocate, on a series of...

Capturing Moments, Influencing Pop Culture & Having a Good Time: ‘American Boarders.”

I’m at the Stellan Holm Gallery on the Upper East Side waiting for my chance to speak with the man of the hour, Los...