GO SEE:Dennis McNett Reaping Waves and Vital Vessels The Passing of the Wolfbats at Joshua Liner Gallery New York

Joshua Liner Gallery, in collaboration with gallery artist Dennis McNett, is thrilled to present a first-ever, spectacular event in the streets of West Chelsea: The Passing of the Wolfbats. Part art parade, part shaman uprising, the “Passing of the Wolfbats” will gather art enthusiasts and neighborhood residents for a celebratory procession through the heart of […]

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GOSEE: The Talent Show 18 Cross-Generational Artists at MoMA PS 1 New York Through to April 11th 2011

Image:CHRIS BURDEN You’ll Never See My Face in Kansas City Morgan Gallery, Kansas City, Missouri, U.S.A; November 6, 1971 Relic: ski mask Collection: Gilbert and Lila Silverman, Southfield, Michigan MoMA PS1 presents The Talent Show, featuring works by 18 artists in the First Floor Main Galleries Through to April 4th 2011. The exhibition is curated […]

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Kenny Scharf ‘Gates Project’

Here is an exciting project featuring enigmatic downtown artist Kenny Scharf, who has been invited to spray and hand paint a great number of New York City’s roll-down, store-front shutters for  The Street Gallery, a new public art project by the Mediacy Group’s Gatescapes program. As a part of the partnership, Anonymous Gallery was invited to curate and assist […]

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Exhibition of New Work by Photographer Abelardo Morell at Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery NYC

Image:Abelardo Morell, Camera Obscura: View of Times Square in Hotel Room, 2010. Pigment ink print, 50 x 60 inches. Edition of 6. Photo: Courtesy Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery. The exhibition at Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery features the most recent additions to Morell’s celebrated series of camera obscura works. Using this centuries old optical principle in combination with […]

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Museum Launches Groundbreaking Explorer IPhone App to Rave Reviews

The American Museum of Natural History’s Explorer, a groundbreaking free app for iPhone and iPod touch that is part navigation system, part personal tour guide, is already garnering rave reviews. Explorer is “nothing less than state-of-the art,” writes Gizmodo’s Kyle VanHemert. “I roamed around the fourth floor of the museum this morning with the Explorer […]

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OKAY MOUNTAIN – Benefit Plate at Freight+Volume NYC Public reception Thursday, July 29th, 6-8pm.

Image:Okay Mountain, Concept sketches for trailer, 2010 July 29th – September 4th, 2010. Freight+Volume is pleased to announce Benefit Plate, a solo exhibition by Austin-based collective, Okay Mountain. With Benefit Plate, Okay Mountain examines the tradition of customization when applied to automobiles and barbecue pit trailers. Often carried out within limited means, customization aims to […]

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MoMA Acquires Matthew Barney’s “Drawing Restraint” Series

Matthew Barney, Drawing Restraint 15, 2007. Documentary Photographs. Photo: Neville Wakefield. © Matthew Barney. Courtesy Gladstone Gallery, New York. The Museum of Modern Art, in conjunction with the Laurenz Foundation in Basel, Switzerland, has acquired the complete archive of Matthew Barney’s epic Drawing Restraint series, an ongoing project the artist started twenty years ago while […]

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