• Gretchen Bender at The Kitchen

      Thursday, 29 August 2013 19:08

      Among the most prescient yet overlooked figures of her generation, Gretchen Bender (1951-2004) anticipated our current state of image saturation, using scaffolds of screens, hypnotic repetitions of appropriated television footage, and aggressive sound as a critical match for an emerging cultural field of special effects and immersive viewing experiences. Gretchen Bender: “Tracking the Thrill” August […]

    • ISSUE Project Room 10 Year Anniversary

      Thursday, 29 August 2013 19:04

      In Fall 2013, Issue Project Room celebrates its ten year anniversary with Ten Years Alive on the Infinite Plain— a two-month festival revisiting seminal past projects and initiating new relationships with over 60 emerging and established artists working across and between the disciplines of sound, dance, film, performance, and literature Featuring: Omar Souleyman, Charlemagne Palestine, […]

    • Untitled (As of Yet) at Flux Factory

      Friday, 16 August 2013 21:39

      “Untitled (As of Yet) takes its point of departure from events that first appear to be disruptive, even catastrophic, but eventually open the door to new thoughts, practices, and opportunities. Many of the artists in this exhibition examine the responses to unfamiliar circumstances and the breakdown of routine, while others deliberately incorporate these disruptions as […]

    • Daniel Subkoff at James Fuentes

      Friday, 16 August 2013 21:17

      With raw materials such as canvas, smoke, and tarnished metal, Subkoff alludes to developments as disparate as Cave Painting and Arte Povera while embedding it in a more contemporary dialectic. Daniel Subkoff August 1 – September 8, 2013 James Fuentes Gallery 55 Delancey Street jamesfuentes.com

    • Jack Goldstein at the Jewish Museum

      Friday, 16 August 2013 20:52

      A key member of the Pictures Generation, Goldstein is well know for a diverse group of works ranging from films to paintings, sound, installation, and writing. Highly visible as a pinnacle member of the art world throughout the 70’s and 80’s, a large collection of his work is now on view at the Jewish Museum […]

    • Summer Mixer at Joshua Liner Gallery

      Wednesday, 7 August 2013 16:41

      Joshua Liner Gallery is pleased to present Summer Mixer, a spirited get-together of emerging and established voices from national and international galleries. The group exhibition will feature works by nine artists, all of whom are debuting at Joshua Liner Gallery. Each one takes a fresh approach to the material and historical bases of artmaking, flouting […]

    • Piotr Janas: Minotaurs

      Thursday, 1 August 2013 19:42

      Bortolami Gallery presents a group of new paintings by Warsaw-based artist Piotr Janas, Minotaurs. The artist refers the nine paintings as “figures” or “self-portraits”. The paintings are composed of geometric forms occupied by organic marks and scratches, while also including detailed body parts and fleshy organs. These grotesque paintings somehow also reflect the visual resonance […]

    • Chuck Close’s New Exhibition in East Hampton

      Thursday, 1 August 2013 19:38

      Celebrated artist Chuck Close will show his recent work at Guild Hall in East Hampton, NY, for the second time since his solo exhibition of large scale Polaroid photographs, Chuck Close Up Close, in 1991. Mr. Close always had been an experimental artist who consistently strive for new methods in making his art. In the […]

    • Beta Launch of Postmasters Tribeca With Serkan Ozkaya’s Installation

      Monday, 29 July 2013 21:51

      Postmasters Gallery celebrates it’s new location in Tribeca and lets us get a sneak-peek of the unfinished space with an exciting installation by Serkan Ozkaya. Beta Launch of Postmasters Tribeca With Serkan Ozkaya’s Installation July 30- August 3, 2013 Postmasters Gallery 54 Franklin Street, New York City postmastersart.com

    • The Pest Horse: A Performance by Brian Getnick with Bryatt Bryant

      Friday, 19 July 2013 08:08

      The Pest Horse: A Performance by Brian Getnick with Bryatt Bryant is staged within the sculptural costumes of two decayed horses at Station Independent Projects, NYC. The live performance begins with a disembodied horse’s head returning home to find its body occupied by a zombified doppelganger with lettuce for teeth. Through puppetry, spoken word and […]