• Joanna Tomczyk: The Ambiguity of Gestural Strokes of Paint

      Monday, 3 October 2016 07:35

      My work explores the influence of the civilization and the distractive process of elements on nature. The process of this perpetual act I witness, fascinates me the most. Being the observer includes myself in the mystery of participation in that process. I study silent and abandoned places, fields of nature in the human habitat I […]

    • “When Madness Meets Hunger” at the Studio 26 Gallery (June 10-July 3, 2016)

      Saturday, 18 June 2016 02:25

      East Village’s favorite Studio 26 Gallery which is located in the Eastvillager building on East 3rd St. between Avenues A and B, is exhibiting a spectacular series, “When Madness Meets Hunger,” by artist Aphrodite Désirée Navab.  Navab’s latest work is an ongoing series of ink drawings where she imagines an invented encounter between the protagonist of Iranian […]

    • Marioni’s Immediacy of Human Emotion

      Thursday, 2 June 2016 17:05

      Manuella Muerner Marioni, the Swiss painter and sculptor, has shown her artwork in New York, Chicago, Las Vegas, and Italy. Recently the winner of the First International Leonardo da Vinci Award, her paintings and sculptures continue to gain attention and influence across the globe. Marioni studied fine art and fashion design in at the New […]

    • ABRAHAM LUBELSKI ABOUT KRISTINA’S ART

      Saturday, 28 May 2016 18:30

      „Kristina Sretkova is a hot, accomplished young painter. … Some of her paintings carry the fast, bombastic nature of a Mozart allegro others carry the sweet, melancholy refrain of a Chopin nocturne. … This is most easily seen in works like My Heart, (Oil on Canvas, 100x100cm, 2010). Bisecting the canvas at a diagonal, an […]

    • Rotem Reshef, Reflection of Bloom | 2010 | Acrylic on canvas | 40.4 x 30 in | 102 x 76.5 cm, Courtesy of artist.

      Inner Nature

      Saturday, 28 May 2016 18:01

      I value only those artists, who really are artists, that is, who consciously or unconsciously, in an entirely original form, embody the expression of the inner life; who work only for this end and cannot work otherwise. — Wassily Kandinsky, Concerning the Spiritual in Art Self Expression. This is ostensibly the aim of all artists, […]

    • Somnambulist

      Saturday, 28 May 2016 17:32

      Abraham Lubelski publisher artist and Marika Malorova curator, film screen writer take a walk on the Highline with a Matelli’s somnammbulist. www.dictionary.com/browse/somnambulist somnambulism. n. 1786, “walking in one’s sleep or under hypnosis,” from French somnambulisme, from Modern Latin somnambulus “sleepwalker,” from Latin somnus “sleep” (see Somnus) + ambulare “to walk” (see amble (v.)).

    • Consume, art installation

      Thursday, 19 May 2016 14:37

      CONSUME is a site-specific installation at Immersive Gallery, located in Brooklyn, in a former warehouse, on a site threatened to be consumed by development. The installation is edible and it remains until the audience consumes it all. CONSUME is the fifth of a series of installations entitled “dinner” that take place in New York City, […]

    • SERGE STROSBERG – GIRLSGIRLSGIRLS

      Friday, 15 April 2016 03:58

      SERGE  STROSBERG GIRLSGIRLSGIRLS Curator Marika Maiorova invites you to join the Artist Private Opening on April 28th, 6-8 pm. GIRLSGIRLSGIRLS “If I can’t dance I don’t want to be a part of your revolution” Emma Goldman Exhibition is curated by Marika Maiorova. GirlsGirlsGirls will be open to the public April 26-May 2,  11 am – […]

    • MANUELLA MUERNER MARIONI at the ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST HOME DESIGN SHOW

      Saturday, 19 March 2016 05:13

      MANUELLA MUERNER MARIONI at the ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST HOME DESIGN SHOW – ARTIFACT – Booth 519     More about artist: NY Arts ARTE-MANUELLA Manuella Muerner Marioni

    • “There’s more to a flower” by Yaro Zajac-Przybylski

      Thursday, 3 December 2015 19:14

      Beauty has always been the first importance subject in my paintings, the marvelous, natural, diverse subject of flowers appears repeatedly in my personal expression. These painted flowers, however, often serve more purpose than a decorative exhibit. Flowers can be exceptionally symbolic of various concepts and attribute different meanings to each painting depending on a variety […]

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