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Panel discussion “Then She Did” with Janette Beckman, Katrina Del Mar, Joanne Leah, Indie184 and more

Please join us on Sunday April 8th for a panel discussion on women in the arts, moderated by Sarah Potter, “The Good Witch of The Art World” and founder of […]

Jackson Pollock’s “Penthouse”

In 2011, the apartment of art history’s favorite alcoholic, Jackson Pollock, came up for sale on Carmine Street. Billed a “penthouse,” the smallish 800 square foot apartment is more like […]

Rondo by Tony Rosenthal

Tony Rosenthal’s minimalist (and mostly boring) steel public sculptures dot New York City. The giant bronzed wheel, “Rondo”, 1969, was originally displayed at 110 East 59th Street and later moved […]

Damian Aquiles “Alquimista” Curated by Natalie Kates opens this week with FACUNDO Rum Collection partnership

This Thursday, Havana-based Damian Aquiles will return to New York for his first solo exhibition in the city since 2004, “Alquimista,” at the massive Highline Loft Gallery (508 west 26th […]

Jon Burgerman HAPPY PLACE curated by Lori Zimmer

I hope you can join us next week for Jon Burgerman’s HAPPY PLACE, a pop up exhibition at the wonderful Spoke Art (210 Rivington Street)! Friday night, join us for […]

Marisol’s Memorial on the Water

French-Venezuelan sculptor  Marisol is more known for her roles in Andy Warhol films and Pop Art sculptures. But the artist was also chosen for her design for the American Merchant […]

Then She Did: I Didn’t Know an Art Exhibition With Female Artists was a What the Fuck Moment Anymore

Currently on view at the sprawling Plaxall Gallery in Long Island City is Then She Did, a group exhibition curated by Melissa McCaig-Welles and myself, (Lori Zimmer) which runs through […]

Picasso’s Bust of Sylvette

Picasso, Bust of Sylvette, NYU, Noho

New York University seems to have bought up this entire city. The Brutalist “Silver Towers” off Bleecker Street were designed in by I.M.Pei’s (who is most famous for designing the […]

The Border is Open

A new project space dedicated to immigrant artists has opened in Bushwick. The space, known as “The Border,” opened earlier this month with the goal of promoting talented emerging and […]

The Algonquin Hotel

Lit Nerd Wednesday! “This is not a novel to be tossed aside lightly. It should be thrown with great force.” “You can lead a horticulture but you can’t make her […]

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