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112 Greene- Inspiration from Squalor

The pioneers of the SoHo pioneers, 112 Greene Street was the first artist collective gallery space, opened in an old rag salvaging factory in the early 1970s. All artists who […]

Site of Richard Serra’s Tilted Arc

Richard Serra, Tilted Arch, Lower Manhattan

On this site in front of the Javits Federal Building stood the controversial 120 foot long CorTen Steel “Tilted Arc” by Richard Serra. The piece was commissioned by the United […]

Before White Columns- 112 Workshop

In 1970, artist Jeffrey Lew opened 112 Workshop here, a first come first serve studio and artist run space. Artists were given total control to curate their own shows and […]

Jim Kempner Fine Art

Chelsea is a sea of white box galleries, one building looking like the next since it was formerly all warehouses. It is easy to lose your bearings- unless of course […]

Max’s Kansas City- Like no other

Its so weird that the weird deli place called Bread & Butter  was once the coolest hang out in New York (or anything on Park Avenue South for that matter). […]

Cremaster Inspiration

Automobile-inspired, Art Deco decadence, the Chrysler building is one of the most recognizable buildings in the world and was designed by William Van Alen. Built in 1930, it was the […]

Dia Beacon: a Zen Escape from New York

The collection at Dia Beacon is not for everyone. Mostly Minimalism doesn’t appeal to most people I know, but I like to look at the entire museum as one, oversized […]

Fuse is Back – Ivory Serra, BAST and Lance De Los Reyes

We thought Fuse Gallery was forever gone, but the gallery in Lit Lounge has opened a new art space inside the East Village bar. Opening is tonight at 93 2nd […]

Dia: Beacon: Partly Cloudy and Perfect

Hi! I’m back after a three month summer hiatus!  This past Saturday a group of us headed upstate for some fresh air and art, which, naturally, led us to Dia: […]

Great Art in Ugly Rooms

This tumblr is pretty ridiculously awesome…

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