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Chelsea Art

Pablo Atchugarry at Hollis Taggart Gallery

Isa Freeling | Posted 05.12.2016 | Arts
Isa Freeling

Born in Uruguay to parents who encouraged Pablo Atchugarry's unusual talent for art, he has spent a lifetime carving some of the most sensuous, elegant pieces of large scale to small foot high pieces from natures own materials.

Some Monsters Loom Large: Interview with Mark Thomas Gibson

Ridley Howard | Posted 04.18.2016 | Arts
Ridley Howard

Mark Thomas Gibson was born in Miami in 1980. He received a BFA from Cooper Union and an MFA from Yale in 2013. He has been included in numerous grou...

Burn Down the Old to Make Way for the New: Practice Yoga to Live Your Authentic Life

Susanna Harwood Rubin | Posted 04.01.2014 | Healthy Living
Susanna Harwood Rubin

Practicing yoga creates tapas, heat. Heat is a catalyst for change. You throw everything you are and have been into the fire of your practice, and when the ashes settle, the smart thing to do is to move forward, mindful of where you've been and open to what might be.

Ellsworth Kelly at 90

Simon Watson | Posted 09.22.2013 | Arts
Simon Watson

Ellworth Kelly, the master of lyrical minimalism, enjoyed his 90th birthday this past month with a trio of exhibitions at Matthew Marks's Chelsea gallery spaces and with concurrent showings at the Museum of Modern Art, in midtown, and the Mnuchin Gallery, uptown.

Reframing Chelsea After Sandy

Artwrit | Posted 02.02.2013 | Arts

Some galleries lost entire storage rooms, nearly all had some structural flood damage, and thousands of art works were subject to triage. The financial hardship was so deep that some galleries are still unsure if they will be able to reopen.

Kathleen Massara

FEMA Rep In Chelsea: 'This Whole Street Is Damaged' | Kathleen Massara | Posted 11.05.2012 | Arts

"I have thousands of architectural documents, some over a hundred years old, and they've been submerged in water for days," a man told the audience th...

Shoot The Lobster

Kari Adelaide | Posted 08.01.2012 | Arts
Kari Adelaide

The Shoot the Lobster programming will continue to present inventive possibilities, temporarily settling in remote spaces, including a Midwestern basement, an empty parking lot, a restaurant and a pharmacy.

How to Ride a Subway: The Magical Mystery of Martin Wilner

Alexander Adler | Posted 06.24.2012 | Arts
Alexander Adler

So what if each and every commuter became so productive? Imagine the challenge of focusing and drawing on a crowded subway during rush hour. Each of us has been bumped, grinded against, ridiculed by a passerby moonlighting as a diva, or serenaded by a vet.

Chelsea Round-Up

Alexander Adler | Posted 06.02.2012 | Arts
Alexander Adler

2012-04-02-slide_218097_830542_large1.jpg In Chelsea today, several stalwarts have managed to produce work that stands alone, not bolstered by or tied to jargon scribbled on a press release at the front desk.

The Weight of Neshat

Alexander Adler | Posted 03.21.2012 | New York
Alexander Adler

Shirin Neshat's series of photographs along with a video installation at Gladstone Gallery perpetuate her study of the underlying conditions of power within socio-cultural structures in the Middle East.

Jacobsen's Counter and Culture

Alexander Adler | Posted 02.12.2012 | New York
Alexander Adler


What's going on? Chelsea Round Up!

Alexander Adler | Posted 01.16.2012 | Arts
Alexander Adler


Art For Urban Renewal -- How Does It Work? | Posted 12.18.2011 | Arts

THESE days, even the National Endowment for the Arts is getting into the job-creation business. Last month it started a $23.5 million effort to revita...

PHOTOS: 'Invitation To The Voyage' At Algus Greenspon NYC

Alexander Adler | Posted 11.30.2011 | Arts
Alexander Adler

Invitation to the Voyage September 10 - October 8, 2011 "Invitation to the Voyage," titled after Baudelaire's whimsically hopeful poem, strikes out a...

Hipster Art Thief Steals Painting In Chelsea | Posted 10.12.2011 | New York

CHELSEA -- An art thief stole a painting from a Chelsea building Thursday, rolling it up before walking away with it, police said. The acrylic by g...

'Powhida' Mocks The Art Establishment

The Daily Beast | Posted 09.28.2011 | Arts

Last night, William Powhida looked set to be the most annoying artist on the scene right now. At the opening of his show at the posh Marlborough Galle...

Review: 'The House Without The Door'

Alexander Adler | Posted 09.16.2011 | Arts
Alexander Adler

Finding inspiration in Emily Dickinson's poem Doom is the House without the Door, this exhibition considers the idea of the home as a charged, psychol...

Reflecting On Art Basel 42

Alexander Adler | Posted 08.20.2011 | Arts
Alexander Adler

As Art Basel 42 winded to a close, I found myself, no longer a wide-eyed rookie overwhelmed by the frenetic pace, puzzled by the events of the past fe...

Sol Lewitt's Monumental Wall Drawings

Alexander Adler | Posted 08.03.2011 | Arts
Alexander Adler

Multi-media vanguard Sol LeWitt's wall drawings at Paula Cooper Gallery engulf the viewer in a placid environment where beauty lies in subtle variatio...

On the Culture Front: Jerusalem, Fleet Foxes, and Living in Havana

Chris Kompanek | Posted 08.01.2011 | New York
Chris Kompanek

Jerusalem is truly an exhilarating story of lives unfulfilled that captures something rare about the human condition.

Georg Baselitz: The Early Sixties

Alexander Adler | Posted 07.19.2011 | Arts
Alexander Adler

Significantly younger but born into the same war-torn state as fellow countrymen Max Pechstein and Otto Dix, among others, Baselitz' graphic imagery echoes his predecessors' more vivid and visually processed sense of trauma.

Matthew Palladino at Fredericks and Freiser

Marc A. Palatucci | Posted 07.18.2011 | Arts
Marc A. Palatucci

May welcomes artist Matthew Palladino to the New York gallery circuit. The opening of his solo show at Fredericks and Freiser gallery in Chelsea now gives New Yorkers the opportunity to view Palladino's art in all its eerie splendor.

Time Regained: Christian Marclay's The Clock

Alex Henry | Posted 05.25.2011 | Arts
Alex Henry


Alec Monopoly: An Art Show, Minus the Artist

John Wellington Ennis | Posted 05.25.2011 | Arts
John Wellington Ennis

Completing your first exhibit is a struggle thats compounded when you can't get in to your own studio because the cops are parked outside waiting for you in unmarked taxi cabs with sirens.

NEW YORK: Can't-Miss Gallery Openings This Week

ARTINFO | Posted 05.25.2011 | Arts