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In this week's art round up, we explore the works of the most well respected photographers on the international art scene at the AIPAD Photography Show, we take a look at society's fetishism of the mannequin with Serge Strosberg, and we experience a quintessential NYC moment rendered in paper and glue. Check out what's happening in the art scene with our weekly round up. More»
Street art has become an iconic staple of the New York art scene. We've gathered a few of our favorite murals this week that are waiting to be seen. And by the scale of things, they're hard to miss.
In this week's art round up we tackle heady subject matter: pondering the beauty and stillness of a crashing wave with Japan Society's Edo Pop exhibition, the emptiness and illusion of identity in sculptor Nathan Sawaya and photographer Dean West's In Pieces, a look back at the life and times of Beatnik Allen Ginsberg through his own photos and notes at Grey Art Gallery, and much more!
Throughout Armory Week, we made the rounds and attended a number of art openings in NYC. In addition to the art fairs like Volta, Fountain, and Scope, we made an effort to get out and see as many galleries as possible. We've rounded up some of our favorite exhibits from Armory Week, so click through and make sure to visit these galleries. More»
The Armory Show closed out its centennial edition this weekend at Pier 92 and 94 in NYC. It opened on March 7 and ran through March 10, leaving art writers, curators, and collectors scrambling to the west side. From Solange's blow out performance at the Armory Party (with Jay-Z and Beyonce), to the weekend street style from the Pier, we've rounded up the best Instagram shots from Armory Week. In case you missed it, here's a run through of the highlights from the week.
Armory Week has begun in New York, which means you'll be able to see some of the most creative and compelling artwork displayed in galleries across the city. Whether you're a collector or passive observer, there are a few events you won't want to miss. Click through our slideshow to see what we're most excited for this Armory Week!
Pssst... Armory Week started yesterday! And if that isn't enough to get you excited for the week ahead, check out: Larry Clark's stuff at Milk Gallery, William Klein's abstract photography and the screening of many of of his films, and more all in this week's NYC Art Round Up.
Check out some NYC street art that caught our eye this week. We've scoured through Instagram to find our favorite picks. Ranging from psychedelic portraits to angry birds, check out this week's street art round up. More»
This week, the Met pairs fashion with Impressionism. Al Held holds letters in "high" regard at Cheim & Read. The Whitney "Rose" to the occasion of a Jay DeFeo retrospective. John Kriskiewicz dishes on the 1939 NYC World's Fair. And Walter Robinson indulges in the finer arts at Dorian Grey Gallery. All this and more, on this week's art roundup.
Vito Schnabel is caught curating "White Collar Crimes." Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery celebrates its final days of the Marco Brambilla exhibiton. The New York Dance Festival kicks off at the Roosevelt. Cafe de la Esquina offers tequila, tacos, and art by David Antonio Perezcassar. And Aura Rosenberg channels porn stars and James Bond at Martos Gallery. Shaken, not stirred-- here is your New York art round up.
So you've been to the MoMA, the Guggenheim, and a few of those cool, under the radar gallery openings, and you're starting to think you are in the know when it comes to the NYC art scene? Well, don't get too comfortable yet. There are a bevy of new galleries with a twist laying ground and challenging the already avante garde, contemporary art venues of years past. From gallery-slash-restaurants to spaces with wild parties, here are our top picks for spots offering more than just art from your favorite up and comers. More»
Saturday, May 18
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.