• NY Arts Picks: It’s Still Cold, But the Museums Are Hot

      Tuesday, 18 March 2014 18:46

      Maybe we shouldn’t be surprised, but it seems there are a large number of New York City museum shows worth getting out to see right now. In the wake of all the fuss and action of Armory Fair week, a number of hot shows have gained attention both due to exhibiting the most impressive art […]

    • She’ll Be Your Mirror: The Work of Manuella Muerner Marioni

      Tuesday, 11 March 2014 21:16

      When observing Manuella Muerner Marioni’s body of work, it is obvious that the unfaltering energy and momentum found in the variations of light in her mirror sculptures mimic her equally zealous personality. The vibrancy and movement of her pieces are not constricted by opaque materials or static surfaces, but take part in a constant dialogue […]

    • Celebrating Piero Golia

      Thursday, 27 February 2014 18:03

      Piero Golia was introduced to Abraham Lubelski shortly after he arrived in New York. He was instantly given his first opportunity to exhibit at Broadway Gallery as well as contribute to the design and editorial side of NY Arts Magazine. Piero has since catapulted to the upper crust of the art world, and has been […]

    • Leah Oates Talks to Danny Simmons Jr. of Curate NYC

      Friday, 10 January 2014 01:00

      Leah Oates: You are one of the creators and founders of Curate NYC. How did the idea for Curate NYC take shape and how do you envision Curate NYC growing in the future? Danny Simmons Jr.: Curate NYC took shape when Brian Tate my partner and fellow founder of Curate NYC saw a request for […]

    • Remembering Arthur C. Danto

      Tuesday, 29 October 2013 20:43

      It is with great sadness and a deep feeling of loss that NY Arts acknowledges the passing of a dear friend and esteemed colleague, Arthur C. Danto. Beloved contemporary critic and author, Danto’s contributions to the structure of current aesthetic thought are simply beyond measure. From his early work grappling with the enormous questions put […]

    • Vukovic’s Adriatic Wonder Opens to Enthusiastic Success

      Friday, 18 October 2013 20:25

      It’s not every evening that you get to celebrate the opening of an artist’s work like Davor Vukovic was fortunate enough to enjoy at Broadway Gallery last night. His impressive seascape-inspired abstractions span almost ten feet in any given direction and are full of vibrant colors. An expert in juggling hues, the artist has composed […]

    • Maggie O’Neill’s Vibrant America

      Wednesday, 18 September 2013 16:49

      If Buddha and Obama had a baby, it might look something like one of Maggie O’Neill’s paintings. Born and raised near Washington D.C., this neo-impressionistic artist weaves together beautiful paintings that portray an appreciative, improvisational, and colorful perspective— one whose visual philosophy strikingly resembles that of Buddhism. When in the presence of her art, viewers […]

    • Announcing Adriatic Wonder: the Work of Davor Vukovic

      Thursday, 11 July 2013 21:06

      For Immediate Release: Adriatic Wonder: the Work of Davor Vukovic Broadway Gallery, 473 Broadway Fl. 7, New York, NY 10013. October 16th – 29th 2013 Opening Reception October 17th 6-8pm Broadway Gallery is proud to announce an exhibition featuring the new work of Davor Vukovic. His most recent and largest paintings (300×300 cm) are to […]

    • Sarah Godthart: Intimacy in Ephemera

      Monday, 3 June 2013 19:54

      By Rose Hobart Austrian-based artist Sarah Godthart’s personal statement mirrors her work: It is a sparse but telling poem, a haiku by an unknown Japanese poet. Written in German it states:  Des Menschen Herz ist unergründlich – doch in meiner Heimat blühen die Blumen wie eh und jeh. Roughly, this translates to: The human heart […]

    • Davor Vukovic: Adriatic Wonder

      Saturday, 1 June 2013 00:18

      By Abraham Lubelski If you’re brave enough to enter into a world where objectivity is replaced by raw emotion, then feast your eyes on the works of Davor Vukovic. Visceral in their application of layered abstractions, paintings full of vibrant color confront the viewer. Vukovic’s work seems innocent at first. The vibrant color and free […]