Art Nerd New York | Los Angeles

Found: Dan Baldwin and the Age of Innocence, Lost

    Find yourself in the Meatpacking district this Thurs Oct 23 to check out Dan Baldwin‘s first solo show in New York–you won’t be disappointed. Dan’s imaginative work comes […]

Kitajico’s Lush Designs Evoke Early 20th Century Gone Sartorial

  I am instagram-infatuated with illustrator kitajico, a Japan-based artist whose intricate creations combine precisely curved lines and delicate colors. Ranging from geometrical abstraction to detailed portraits, her work blows me […]

Seeds of Change: “Pod” Installation at Dyckman Street in Inwood (Manhattan)

The next time you’re heading to Fort Tryon Park or the Cloisters, take the A train to Dyckman street and walk the half block to the intersection of Riverside Drive, […]

WORTH A STROLL? TONY CRAGG’S ‘WALKS OF LIFE’ AT MADISON SQUARE PARK

Working in bronze, one would expect Cragg’s Walks of Life  sculptures (currently at Madison Square park through Feb 2015) to feel heavy and forbidding. It’s a pleasant surprise, then, that encountering […]

HYPERPLACE HARLEM RAISES PUBLIC ART TO NEW HEIGHTS

An arts festival emerges this weekend in Hamilton Heights that considers neighborhood and technology from a new angle. Hyperplace Harlem is a three-day affair with multi-site art activities featuring over 40 […]

DECONSTRUCTING DUMBO ARTS FESTIVAL 2014

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 […]

A HOLISTIC APPROACH : WHOLE9YARDS DEBUTS AT NY FASHION WEEK

Singapore design takes the stage in a big way on the international scene this year, emerging with stylishly complex designs capturing feminine luxe mixed with clean, geometric lines. Eight featured designers landed in […]

GROUNDS FOR DISCUSSION: NONUMENTS SITE AT DC’S 5X5 PROJECTS

Encountering Nonuments, the Lance Fung-curated portion of Washington DC’s monumental 5×5 Projects (Sept-Dec 2014), the casual visitor experiences a sense of disorientation. On one side you have your newly minted […]

ART RUNS THE STREETS: CRASH’S ART CAR AT DORIAN GREY GALLERY

What’s rapid and cutting-edge, with street art all over? Stop by STRADA VELOCE: Italian Automotive Excellence Meets Art of the Street at Dorian Grey Gallery Thursday night, on view from Sept 18-Oct 5 in […]

Figures: ‘Anthropos’ at Sundaram Tagore

Nothing like walking over skulls barefoot to give you a new lease on life. Don’t believe me? Go check out Anthropos, currently on view Sundaram Tagore  galleries in Chelsea and on Madison Ave, […]

Clicky Web Analytics