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Susanne Bartsch’s World is Keeping New York Alive

Up until recently, I’d always thought of New York as the place where anything goes. For decades, people flocked here to be their wildest, most over the top selves, day […]

It’ s Alive! Michael Alan’s Living Installation Strikes Again

Michael Alan is the kind of buoyant, visionary artist that comes around once in a generation. His constant innovation and creative interdisciplinary genius inspires all who meet him. And for […]

Heavenly: On Cloud Nine at the ArtHamptons Fair

ArtHamptons may have come and gone, lasting as it did from July 2-5, but I’m still on cloud nine. Recounting the experience is a chance to share the powerful display […]

Let’s Get Curious: New York Walking Tour Combines Tipples with Trivia

From Sex and the City and Friends to Pop Art and Abstract Expressionism, there are numerous tours of New York City evocative of eras gone by. Another popular NYC pastime? […]

Fragments of Infinity: Douglas Gordon at Park Avenue Armory

The lighting scheme from MoMA’s Rain Room (2013). Fragmented musical scores realized on broken player pianos. Once the initial disorientation was overcome, the recently closed Park Ave Armory exhibition tears become…streams become… by Douglas Gordon offered visitors fragmented silence and an […]

Six Must-See Works at the American Art Fair

This past weekend a stop by the American Art Fair (AAF), currently open on the Upper East Side at the Czech Center (6 train to 77th Street: through Nov 19), […]

Gone West: The Journey to Jersey City for the 2014 Art & Studio Tour

An entire weekend was not enough time to visit all the art worth seeing at this year’s Jersey City Art & Studio Tour (JCAST). After years of steady recognition for the […]

Theater Review: Talk Radio by Cait Doyle

“Talking is Living” Our new intern Cait Doyle takes on Talk Radio, a new production in Long Island City. For Barry Champlain “talking is living” down at the radio station […]


This past weekend saw the 2014 incarnation of the Dumbo Arts Festival (AKA #DAF14), which held plenty in store for visitors. Exhibitions engaged guests on multiple levels of sensory experience, taking place […]

Language of the Wall on ArtSlant Street

Here’s an excerpt from my latest article on ArtSlant Street (read the entire article there), along with a bunch more images courtesy of the Pera Museum. Language of the Wall: Istanbul’s […]

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