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THE WEBSITE AND THE SEEDS THAT RELEASE

Luckily for us, the (UN)FAIR Art Show brought together the talented duo, Joseph Grazi and Brian Gonzalez, for a performative installation collaboration in the 19th century Hell’s Kitchen location.  Using […]

Miguel Ovalle: Fountain’s Centennial Fire Hazard

What happens when the original idea for a large scale installation is thwarted due to a fire hazard? Well, if you are Miguel Ovalle, being the renaissance artist he is, you […]

COBY KENNEDY: IN THE SERVICE OF A VILLAIN

Last May, for Bushwick Open Studios, I visited Coby Kennedy and saw the illustrated studies of what would soon be composite, large-scale paintings executed in a classical style. So, naturally, when […]

Moving Image Art Fair

For the past two years, Moving Image Art Fair has won me over, making it, again, one of my favorites. A smaller audience than the heavily trafficked fairs, the Tunnel […]

SPRING/BREAK ART SHOW @ The Old School

Considered “New York’s curator driven art fair,” Spring/Break Art Show once again presents itself in a scattered maze-like fashion, making the few gems out of many pieces of art extremely […]

El Anatsui: Gravity and Grace @ Brooklyn Museum

Amemo (Masks of Humankind)

El Anatsui’s Gravity and Grace inspires as much as it leaves its viewers in awe. The colorful, large-scale wall sculptures made of appropriated items–ranging from alcohol caps to tin can lids–and Anatsui’s […]

Art smells good at Museum of Arts and Design Exhibition

Dive your nasal cavity into the Diller Scofidio + Renfro-designed wall cavities at the Art of Scent (1889-2012) exhibition and whiff your way into bizarre, refreshing, unhinging, and romantic states […]

Rosson Crow at Deitch

Rosson Crow‘s show at Deitch Projects sticks out as one of my most favorite painting exhibitions, ever. Those oversized pieces have such incredible dimensionality, I remember sitting on the benches […]

Jud Bergeron’s Cubist Echoes

We love Jud Bergeron’s prismatic sculptures. With roots in art history, his pieces feel Cubist and fragmented, or like seeing the world with a kaleidoscope view and translating it in […]

2012 Picks for ArtSlant

ArtSlant let me pick their top 10 shows of 2012! 2012 brought a new wave of changes in the art world in New York. Established artists delved into new directions […]

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