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New York City Art

A Visit to Henri Matisse: The Cut Outs, On Closing Weekend

Nana Meriwether | Posted 04.26.2015 | Arts
Nana Meriwether

After enduring intense surgery for his cancer, Matisse was bed- and chair-ridden and could no longer cultivate works through traditional methods of drawing and sculpting. And so he picked up a pair of scissors and inevitably birthed a new medium of art.

JamesMichael Nichols

'VECTOR Gallery' In New York City | JamesMichael Nichols | Posted 02.02.2016 | Queer Voices

VECTOR is an art gallery located in New York City's Lower East Side curated and operated by JJ Brine. However, it is much more than just an art space....

Peek Inside The Cutthroat World Of The New York City Ballet

Posted 11.25.2013 | Arts

Whether or not you actually intend on wearing toe shoes within your lifetime, you can briefly experience the high-intensity life of a ballet dancer in...

Time After Us: The Social Choreography of Ernesto Pujol

Carol Becker | Posted 12.18.2013 | Arts
Carol Becker

Like somnambulists, they walked from morning 'til night, barely acknowledging their audience. They performed Time After Us, a 24-hour walking meditation, on October 11, in lower Manhattan's St. Paul's Chapel.

WATCH: Mapping BK, One Piece Of Trash At A Time

Posted 09.06.2013 | New York

Jennifer Maravillas is collecting a piece of trash from every block in Brooklyn for a project she's called "71 Square Miles," named for the size of Ne...

PHOTOS: The Apartment As Art Gallery

NARRATIVE.LY | Posted 01.26.2013 | New York

Lital Dotan starts her day the same way almost every morning: by “cleansing the body”—what most of us would call “washing up”—and then mak...

What If Times Square Became A Giant Art Gallery?

The Huffington Post | Betsy Isaacson | Posted 11.09.2012 | Arts

Imagine Times Square. Now imagine Times Square as a living art gallery, stocked full of panoramic three-dimensional billboards, videotaped cinemagr...

Braco Dimitrijević's Post History (PHOTOS)

MutualArt | Posted 10.19.2012 | Arts


The Many Media Of Alighiero Boetti At MOMA

The Huffington Post | Katherine Brooks | Posted 07.31.2012 | Arts

This month marks the largest exhibition in the United States of works by Alighiero Boetti, one of the most influential Italian artists of the 20th and...

Reinventing the Pop-up Gallery With Sights on Community

Tina Orlandini | Posted 07.29.2012 | Home
Tina Orlandini

In this downtrodden economy in which the arts are often seen as superfluous and secondary, it is inspiring to see a young arts organization thriving and actively changing the ways in which people engage with nomadic art making and acknowledge the spaces and places in which art is created and shared.

Beyond Imagination: FIGMENT Unites Local Artists for Community Impact

Laura Cococcia | Posted 07.22.2011 | New York
Laura Cococcia

What do you get when you combine art and imagination and use its power to cultivate community and impact society?

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.

Inspiring TED Talk

Posted 06.10.2011 | Arts

After receiving a standing ovation for her poems 'If I Should Have a Daughter' and 'Hiroshima,' 22-year-old spoken word poet Sarah Kay went on to give...

Haunted: Sue de Beer at the Park Avenue Armory

Doreen Remen | Posted 05.25.2011 | Arts
Doreen Remen

Sue de Beer concentrates on giving form to that intense adolescent turmoil that we're all familiar with, modifying conventions of movie-making to help make her point.

Rod Penner: Rust on Poles, Crumbling Asphalt, Light Hitting the Grass (PHOTOS)

John Seed | Posted 05.25.2011 | Arts
John Seed

With fierce objectivity, Penner paints portraits of Texas small town life without ever showing us a single human face. Their parked pickup trucks and their children's big wheels remind us that they are missing.

EXHIBITION SPOTLIGHT: Ghada Amer And Reza Farkhondeh's Collaborative Explorations

Posted 05.25.2011 | Arts

WHO: Ghada Amer and Reza Farkhondeh WHAT: The Gardens Next Door WHEN: September 16 - November 20, 2010 WHERE: Galeria Filomena Soares Rua da Manute...

INTERNATIONAL ART: Five Can't Miss Shows to Around the World Now

ARTINFO | Posted 05.25.2011 | Arts

New York's art scene is fairly sedate in August (though we did manage to pick out ten can't-miss shows), so it's the perfect time to wax cosmopolitan....

Art or Advertising?

Jeremiah Moss | Posted 05.25.2011 | New York
Jeremiah Moss

The people have expressed their opinion of the Shepard Fairey mural on Houston Street in New York by throwing rocks through it. The City is expressing its with violation notices.

Jeffrey Deitch's Last Show? Shepard Fairey | Posted 05.25.2011 | New York

Deitch Projects continues to transition through uncertain times as proprietor Jeffrey Deitch readies for his new job at Los Angeles's Museum of Contem...

Dia Announces Return To Chelsea | Posted 05.25.2011 | New York

When the Dia Art Foundation opened a permanent installation space in Chelsea in 1986, it was one of the only arts groups among the district's warehous...

The Mysterious Stonehenge on West 22nd Street

Nick Carr | Posted 05.25.2011 | New York
Nick Carr

I was walking north of 21st Street on Tenth Avenue when I noticed something odd: A pair of stones, each about three feet high and set into the concrete.