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Dan Flavin at Dia

The Dia Foundation‘s Chelsea headquarters may be gone, but the building remains to be used by the arts (most recently for the Outsiders Art Fair). Aside from continuing to be […]

Extra-Terrestrial: Otherworldly art lands at Liberty Science Center’s SPACE PARTY

Who knew tape could seem so out of this world? Ask anyone who has encountered the work of TapeScape artist Eric Lennartson: by creating amorphous forms out of the everyday material, […]

Pablo Helguera, Remixed: Strange Oasis at Kent Fine Art

Renowned artist, art educator and collaborator extraordinaire Pablo Helguera is in the house tonight for the opening of his solo show, Strange Oasis, at Kent Fine Art (210 Eleventh Ave at 25th […]

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 […]

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 […]

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, […]

Installations that make you go hmmm -CHIHARU SHIOTA

And by hmmm I mean wow.  I am a huge fan of large scale installations and Chiharu Shiota is one artist that gets it very right.  I had the pleasure […]

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