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Miss Subway Girl: Then and Now.

Beauty. It is the thing that our society craves and rewards. In Fiona Gardner’s upcoming photo exhibit ‘Meet Miss Subway,’ at Rush Gallery we...

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...

JOHN WATERS-“Old Chickens Make Good Soup.”

We love the recession. Seriously, it’s great. Why? Because people maddeningly pant around town, tongues hanging loose like rabid wolves, looking to quench their...

Being Broke, Disillusioned and Suicidal Creates Better Art.

One can imagine that living in Berlin during the long period in which city was bisected by two rival, globe-spanning uber-entities – thereby serving...

Say ‘Cheese’- Glitterati Pop-up Shop Explores Our Identities. 

  Tuesday night, artists, musicians, supporters, and friends gathered at Rush Arts Gallery on West 26th to take part in Glitterati Magazine Nicholas Fahey’s “Your...

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...

A night out with Bergdorf Goodman. Bonne travaillez Joseph Scheer.

The real question of course was had one come to observe the magnificent work of Joseph Scheer or rather the beautiful people morphing on...

Yoshitomo Nara wants to Confuse you.

The innocuous little moppets so delicately existent on Yoshimoto Nara’s canvases reversed the role of ‘gazer’ and ‘gazee’ at the Marianne Boesky Gallery in...

United Creators want to make your Art Gallery Irrelevant?

  Here’s an idea. You’re a starving artist trying to get your work out, except there’s one problem, the art galleries aren’t returning your phone...

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...

Will Everything Be Taken Away? UN-SCR-1325 opens at the Chelsea Art Museum. 

In the midst of Armory Week’s champagne cocktails and pretentious (albeit enthralling) parties, it was refreshing to attend a powerful opening where the focus...

Amanda Dolan’s “Heart Attack.”

Blinking hearts in a window bringing Amsterdam's red-light district to mind, and a modern day Warhol of a pooch fit to ride in Paris Hilton's luxury...

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...

Okay, we went to the Armory too, but are Galleries still relevant?

So last night was the last night of the Armory spectacle. To be clear we rather enjoyed the whole experience, the artists, the dealers,...

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...