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Joan Linder at Mixed Greens

Sink Joan Linder Mixed Greens Gallery 531 W.26th St., New York, NY April 25, 2013 – May 24, 2013 Doing the Dishes by Charlie Schultz When Joan Linder draws something […]

Saber: Process, Politics and Palomino Beige

Last Thursday, Saber&Rostarr opened at Opera Gallery and the popular artist duo drew quite the crowd from young fans, artists, collectors, to old school graffiti cats. Luckily I was able […]

The Ballad of Saint Jay DeFeo

This article was originally Posted by Natalie Hegert on 4/15 on ARTslant New York A Retrospective Jay DeFeo Whitney Museum of American Art 945 Madison Avenue, 75th Street, New York, […]

The Affordable Art Fair

This year was my first time visiting the Affordable Art Fair, and my apologies in advance, for posting after the fair has finished, but at least it’s informative for those […]

The Promise of the Image at Carriage Trade

The Pathos of Things Group Exhibition carriage trade 62 Walker Street , New York, NY 10013 March 9, 2013 – April 28, 2013 The Promise of the Image by Noah […]

Adrian Ghenie: Why Some Shows Sell Out?

First thoughts when entering the gallery at Pace and seeing Adrian Ghenie’s work: Francis Bacon, with all due respect to Ghenie. Tortured figures, painterly and expressionistic in style, and deeply […]

Art & Celebrities – The New Obsession

So I’m sure you all heard or saw by now, Tilda Swinton was napping in a box at MoMA. This past Saturday and then again on Monday, visitors were caught […]

[VIDEO] Sverre Bjertnes at White Columns, New York by Vernissage TV

Sverre Bjertnes, Installation view; Courtesy of the artist & White Columns)

White Columns in New York just opened the first solo exhibition in the United States by the New York-based Norwegian artist Sverre Bjertnes. The show is titled If you really […]

Direct Address: An Inaugural Group Exhibition

Direct Address: An Inaugural Group Exhibition

Celebrating their recent move to a 2,600-square-foot, street-level exhibition space, Joshua Liner Gallery is kicking things off with Direct Address: An Inaugural Group Exhibition. Direct Address features works in painting, […]

Paperwork: A Brief History of Artists’ Scrapbooks

William S. Burroughs & Bryon Gysin - Untitled (scrapbook 3)

Scrapbooks, the original Pinterest, serve as an artists’ fertile ground in which ideas, inspiration and memorabilia are glued, taped and stapled onto pages. Hopefully, they will incubate within the pages […]

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