It's not every day that one gets to see a beaux-arts Upper East Side embassy awash in a sea of pink, but as they say, there is a first time for everything.
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There is currently a plethora of powerful public art statements punctuating New York City. I don't recollect there ever being quite so many artworks sprouting up in the dense urban summer.
As sentimental as it sounds, the BHQF's most valuable offering is a community that admits, unabashedly, its love for art, and recommits itself to art daily despite all of the competition.
Part of the reason that an artist like Rob Pruitt can build a career out of quotations, traces and copies is that the interpretation of "the doctrine of fair use" is subjective.
Derivative use ranges from the subtle (Cindy Sherman's "stills" echoing Hitchcock's movies) to deliberately heavy-handed (the near re-staging of Sherman's works by Alex Prager). So, what dictates proper use of someone's art?
It might seem like a good idea to surrender the ghostly essence of owned ideas. But when it comes down to the question of who's making money from whose efforts, we all chaff.
The second annual Rob Pruitt Art Awards were held last night at Webster Hall in New York, in association with the Guggenheim Museum. The visual art w...
Performance artist Ryan McNamara like, really, really wants to win a Rob Pruitt Award.
This week's Arts page explored the 'dark arts' side of puppetry, celebrated the rise, fall, and subsequent rise of artist Rob Pruitt, Yoko Ono's solo ...
In the weeks leading up to Rob Pruitt's recent two-gallery solo show, "Pattern and Degradation," there have been a handful of big profiles on the arti...
When passing American churches, we have all noticed the evangelical signs that are hilarious, jarring and often offensive. Rob Pruitt embraced these for his "Holy Crap" series.
Well, it's all there. Pandas: check. Pandas everywhere: check. More pandas: check. Pop and art historical references: check.
The September gallery-opening season is hitting big time, and our list of must-see openings runs from desk-to-ceiling.
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