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Kid Zoom/Ian Strange Installation Lands Down Under

The 2014 Biennial of Australian Art ended this past Sunday and some spectacular images of art installations have been creeping online. New York based visual artist, Ian Strange’ was commissioned […]

Alice Aycock : Paper Chase

Carve out some time in your schedule to check out Alice Aycock’s sculptures on Park Ave, between 52nd and 66th. The fluidity of Aycock’s work can be seen from every […]

#GETIT “Fruhjahr Bun-Bun” by Horrible Adorables

A little horrible but always adorable! Cruelty free, faux taxidermy creature named “Fruhjahr Bun-Bun” would be a great addition to any curiosity cabinet or ‘room of wonder! This fiber sculpture […]

These Are Not Inflatable Toys

I have this thing about objects that are made to look like one thing but function as another. Or quite simply put, I love a good trick of the eye. […]

Miguel Ovalle: Encryption and Transient Faults

As a child, we weren’t allowed to order Pay-Per-View. It was incredibly expensive my mother would say, but, at times, if you turned on the channel, you could see, if […]

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 […]

Urban Geodes Pop Up In Philadelphia

I have long been an admirer of LA based artist Paige Smith’s (aka A Common Name) Urban Geodes Project for a while. Smith creates these shimmering resin sculptures that resemble […]

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 […]

KAWS @ Philadelphia Academy of the Fine Arts

It was a packed house this past Friday when street art charmed it’s way into classical art at Philadelphia Academy of the Fine Arts for the opening reception of the KAWS […]

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