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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, […]

Heather Rowe, William Monk and Richard T. Walker

Our friends at the James Cohan Gallery will be showing work by Heather Rowe, William Monk and Richard T. Walker through April 25th with an opening reception this Thursday. Through their medium, each […]

SPRING/ BREAK ART SHOW

This year’s visit marks my third experience wandering the halls of the Old School, and, perhaps last year I was a bit more pessimistic about SPRING/BREAK Art Show because I […]

One More Week! Wangechi Mutu: A Fantastic Journey at Brooklyn Museum

Up for one more week, closing on March 9th, Wangechi Mutu’s A Fantastic Journey is a show you must see before it comes down. By far one of my favorites […]

Miguel Ovalle’s Encryption Opens Thursday

If you’re going to openings in Chelsea on Thursday, be sure to be at Miguel Ovalle’s Encryption.  Here’s a few sneak peek images, a small portion of the body of […]

Between Death and a Happy Place

I walk into the gallery and the first thing I see is Love. I spy the bats and forgo any art world kiss-kiss hellos. Standing before it for quite some time, […]

EMPIRIA: Works by Kajahl Benes, Miguel Ovalle, and Esteban del Valle

Curated by Coby Kennedy, EMPIRIA features the work of Kajahl Benes, Miguel Ovalle, and Esteban del Valle. Ranging from floor to ceiling installation and sculpture to paintings that span an […]

DARK PRINCESSES

What’s lurking around that corner? This new street art installation in Stockholm has the lovely ladies waiting under bridges and around corners to do all kinds of dastardly deeds. It’s […]

Aakash Nihalani – PORTAL

  Always crushing on Brookyln-based artist, Nihalani’s ingenuity, including his recent tape mural install, Portal over at Houston & Elizabeth on side of the Rag & Bone boutique. image credit: unurth

Yarnboming

  Yarnbombing is finally getting the recognition it deserves in the art community and garnering attention by well-known art institutions like, The Philadelphia Museum of Art.  Last May, they commissioned […]

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