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Christine Weir: Life on Earth

Shana Nys Dambrot | Posted 10.08.2014 | Arts
Shana Nys Dambrot

The first of many surprises in the work of Christine Weir are the acrobatic surface variations she achieves using only graphite.

Top 10 Art Shows This Fall

ARTPHAIRE | Posted 10.03.2014 | Arts
ARTPHAIRE

Now that the fall art season is well underway, we've picked the Top 10 global art shows to see this season.

Lights Go on Part XXXIV - A Day at the Modern

Thomas Bähler | Posted 09.24.2014 | Healthy Living
Thomas Bähler

If you'd like for me to read this to you, click here. I love museums - especially art museums... Its almost like meeting my favorite artists at diffe...

Artists Take on the Subject of Geometry in Jeddah

ARTPHAIRE | Posted 09.17.2014 | Arts
ARTPHAIRE

As we've written about elsewhere on ARTPHAIRE, many of the most interesting developments in the art world are currently coming from Arab countries.

A Timely Show on Mirrors Intrigues in Vienna

ARTPHAIRE | Posted 09.12.2014 | Arts
ARTPHAIRE

Classical civilizations believed that the mirror could show an image of the subject's soul.

Conceptual Collaborator's Build Palaces

Isa Freeling | Posted 09.11.2014 | Arts
Isa Freeling

After an exhausting day of walking and looking, ready to return to the other side of Brooklyn without much inspiration, I trundled over to one more building appropriated for art for this occasion, where I saw a new installation by Pia Coronel and G. Romero called "Palaces."

Sublime Errors: Wade Guyton's Imperfect Paintings

ARTPHAIRE | Posted 09.05.2014 | Arts
ARTPHAIRE

Wade Guyton is one of those names that constantly pops up in frenzied contemporary art auctions, such as the wildly successful Christie's sale this past May, "If I Live I'll See You Tuesday."

Margaret Ouchida: Stories, Legends and Realms

Shana Nys Dambrot | Posted 09.05.2014 | Arts
Shana Nys Dambrot

Art history, ecclesiastics, fabulism and a profound delight in materials conspire in the studio of Margaret Ouchida.

Why Are Art Galleries So Cold?

nytimes.com | ANN FARMER | Posted 09.02.2014 | Arts
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Nicola Barbieri figures that during his monthlong visit to New York, he has stopped into about 60 galleries in Chelsea. And not once did he get even a...

Beacon Art Creates Bronze for West Point

Jack Meyer | Posted 08.25.2014 | Arts
Jack Meyer

Beacon Art Shortwave Gallery, located in the bucolic seaside hamlet of Stone Harbor, NJ, is home to a diverse array of contemporary artwork. Gary Jacketti, a classically trained sculptor, founded Beacon Art in 2009. His latest masterpiece, Goodbye, is a tribute to US military families.

Ask the Art Professor: How Can an Artist Bypass Galleries and Sell Directly to Their Audience?

Clara Lieu | Posted 09.30.2014 | Arts
Clara Lieu

While in-person events can be lucrative for artists, they generally occur only annually, and therefore cannot provide a steady flow of income.

Our First Year: Opening a Gallery

Barbara Ernst Prey | Posted 09.23.2014 | Arts
Barbara Ernst Prey

This month marks the first anniversary of the Barbara Prey Gallery on Main Street in Williamstown, Massachusetts. Opening a gallery was not something I had honestly planned.

5 Key Lessons on the Online Art Market

Stephen Tanenbaum | Posted 08.13.2014 | Arts
Stephen Tanenbaum

The online channel has no geographic, physical space or income barriers -- most online galleries sell at a number of price points -- thus providing collectors access to a much larger selection of artwork while growing (and benefiting) the category as a whole.

Modernism Gallery and the Late Mark Stock: Art, Friendship and Feeling

Pamela Feinsilber | Posted 07.17.2014 | Arts
Pamela Feinsilber

Muller felt the emotion in his work even in a newspaper image he spotted in the mid-eighties, after which he spent a long time seeking Stock out. He then commissioned Stock to create a painting inspired by an earlier book of Conrad's.

Michael Berryhill: Bright Lights, No Sweat

Hilary Harkness | Posted 07.12.2014 | Arts
Hilary Harkness

The drawings housed in the vitrine varied - some read as intense, almost mechanical drawing while others had an off-hand elegance. There were a few tiny oil sketches on raw canvas that had large-scale painting pop.

My Long Distance Relationship With New York City

Heather Hummel | Posted 07.06.2014 | Arts
Heather Hummel

After my surgery, I felt a connection to New York City. It was not only the place that healed my heart, but it later became the place where I felt that same heart race in a new way.

The Land Art Road Trip

Alexander Gerson and Matteo Zevi | Posted 06.21.2014 | Arts
Alexander Gerson and Matteo Zevi

The art world is headed in the wrong direction; we want to fix that. Last fall, our art gallery took thirty artists on a month-long traveling artists'...

Survey: Is Buying Artwork Scarier Than Buying a Car?

Stephen Tanenbaum | Posted 06.14.2014 | Arts
Stephen Tanenbaum

Many think art -- particularly original art -- is prohibitively expensive because they hear about the multimillion-dollar auction results at Christie's or get blindsided by the number of zeros on the wall at their local galleries. As a result, they don't buy.

5 Predictions for the Online Art Industry in 2014

Stephen Tanenbaum | Posted 04.27.2014 | Arts
Stephen Tanenbaum

As the online art category sees momentum, we'll soon be in the second stage of its development, the post-adoption period. We can expect the industry to mature beyond the initial move to the web, finding new ways to transform and scale to drive growth like never before.

Instagram Gets a Museum, and We Get a Window to the World

Jonathan D. Lovitz | Posted 03.08.2014 | Technology
Jonathan D. Lovitz

The coolest part is that our selfie lives forever online and can be seen by anyone, anytime, anywhere in the world. It's that kind of global, instant reach that attracted a pair of Instagram lovers from Spain to create what's going to be the world's largest collection of digital photos ever.

Blurred Lines: Fashion X Design = Art

Rai Mensah | Posted 12.22.2013 | Style
Rai Mensah

Fashion is art. Fashion is an outward expression of those fantastical ideas conjured up inside of each of us. Often we stifle the expression of our imagination because of societal norms. What's expected? What's accepted? What will resonate?

How a Convention About Work Turned Into a Pop-Up Art Gallery

Wyatt Closs | Posted 11.23.2013 | Los Angeles
Wyatt Closs

The role of art in amplifying workers' voices as well as changing perceptions about worker movements got a great display in Los Angeles recently.

Schoolboy Q & SZA Loosen Their Caps

Jerell Tongson | Posted 11.18.2013 | New York
Jerell Tongson

Monday night fans, internet illuminatis, fashion models and The Falcon all gathered in a turned (turnt?) out gallery space in Chelsea to see phase two of TDE in 2013.

Buying Art Online Is Here to Stay

Stephen Tanenbaum | Posted 11.11.2013 | Arts
Stephen Tanenbaum

Fully, 71 percent of art collectors have now purchased art of some form online. Now, more than ever, art is becoming less physical, evolving into a more accepted digital-first experience. Here are some of the more noticeable advantages we're seeing from the shift toward online art.

I Saw Death: Melissa Carroll's Recurrence at Andrea Rosen Gallery 2

Daniel Maidman | Posted 10.20.2013 | Arts
Daniel Maidman

In light of this pitiless way of looking at things, Melissa Carroll has earned something few of us have: peace. She has been given little -- or rather, has had much taken from her -- and instead of despairing, she has made everything out of nothing.