Posts Tagged ‘NYC’

Streets | JR Addresses the Immigration Crisis with New Ellis Island Mural in Tribeca

July 20, 2016  |  Culture, Streets  |  No Comments

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With immigration becoming a increasing global crisis and focus of political discord, from Brexit to the American Read More

Jeffrey Deitch Turns Coney Island Into an Open Air Street Art Museum with Coney Island Art Walls 2016

June 12, 2016  |  Culture, Streets  |  Comments Off on Jeffrey Deitch Turns Coney Island Into an Open Air Street Art Museum with Coney Island Art Walls 2016

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For the second year in a row, downtown NYC art impresario Jeffrey Deitch has turned Coney Island into an open Read More

Streets | Barbara Kruger Crushes Blind Idealism on The High Line, NYC

May 31, 2016  |  Art, Culture, Streets  |  Comments Off on Streets | Barbara Kruger Crushes Blind Idealism on The High Line, NYC

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Best known to clueless hipsters as the inspiration behind the now iconic Supreme streetwear logo, Barbara Kruger is Read More

Best In Show | Nicole Eisenman’s Magnificent Delusion at Anton Kern Gallery, NYC

May 20, 2016  |  Art  |  Comments Off on Best In Show | Nicole Eisenman’s Magnificent Delusion at Anton Kern Gallery, NYC

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For her debut exhibition Magnificent Delusion at Anton Kern Gallery, MacArthur Genius Grant artist Nicole Eisenman has presented a new body of characteristically genius new work including paintings, a group of drawings and one plaster sculpture. The works range from the monumental to the intimate in size and address day-to-day life in New York City with all its ordinary, unexpected and sometimes marvelous moments. Read More

Best in Show | Eric Yahnker Gives Steve Jobs the Day Off at The Hole, NYC

May 2, 2016  |  Art  |  Comments Off on Best in Show | Eric Yahnker Gives Steve Jobs the Day Off at The Hole, NYC

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LA-based master of social satire Eric Yahnker has struck again at downtown art oasis The Hole in NYC with his new Read More

Streets | Stuart Ringholt Channels Modern Angst With His Street Sign Installation in NYC

April 19, 2016  |  Streets  |  Comments Off on Streets | Stuart Ringholt Channels Modern Angst With His Street Sign Installation in NYC

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Multifaceted Australian artist Stuart Ringholt has created a perfect snapshot of modern angst with his new street sign installation Read More

First Look | Cecily Brown, Jeff Koons, & Charles Ray at The Flag Foundation NYC

April 13, 2016  |  Art  |  Comments Off on First Look | Cecily Brown, Jeff Koons, & Charles Ray at The Flag Foundation NYC

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On view now at NYC’s FLAG Art FoundationCecily Brown, Jeff Koons, Charles Ray presents works ranging from lushly
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Must-See Show | Adam Green’s “Aladdin” is a Modern Downtown NYC Hipster Fairy Tale

April 8, 2016  |  Film  |  Comments Off on Must-See Show | Adam Green’s “Aladdin” is a Modern Downtown NYC Hipster Fairy Tale

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Opening at Kathy Grayson’s downtown NYC art spot The Hole last nite was the incredible immersive exhibition Adam Green’sAladdin, a feature-length movie that is a Read More

Dan Witz: Mosh Pits, Raves, and One Small Orgy at Jonathan Levine Gallery, NYC

April 6, 2016  |  Uncategorized  |  Comments Off on Dan Witz: Mosh Pits, Raves, and One Small Orgy at Jonathan Levine Gallery, NYC

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With a career spanning over three decades, Brooklyn-based artist Dan Witz has evolved from being a pioneer of the street art Read More

Origins of Style | Mel Ramos: The Godfather of West Coast Pop Art on View in NYC

Origins of Style | Mel Ramos: The Godfather of West Coast Pop Art on View in NYC

March 15, 2016  |  Uncategorized  |  Comments Off on Origins of Style | Mel Ramos: The Godfather of West Coast Pop Art on View in NYC

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With the incredible focus on NY Pop art these days, it’s nice to see a proper survey of of West Coast Pop innovator Mel Ramos whose over-the-top take on the genre personified the California scene of the times on view in the city at Cravats Wehby Gallery. In 1961, Mel Ramos emerged on the international art scene along with Warhol, Liechtenstein, Oldenburg, Wesselmann, and Rosenquist as part of the Read More