Independent 20th Century celebrated the fair’s second edition this past Armory Week in New York. This spin-off, invite only event… Read More
“Floating Bodies,” a group exhibition around the body and painting at Copenhagen’s Galerie Mikael Andersen, closes this week.
If it weren’t for the art-filled storefront marking Below Grand, anyone not immediately in the know would likely miss the experimental, artist-run gallery
“Body Full of Stars,” curated at Upper East Side art gallery Ceysson & Bénétière by Brooklyn-based artist Kimia Kline Fedowsi, reminds viewers of the truth:
By the time Benzine concluded on the Upper East Side later that day, the sun was out and shining. Of course, she didn’t miss the rain — because she’d made a point to savor it. Here’s the weekly highlights from her many stops.
Two weeks and five art fairs are about to overtake New York City completely. Never satisfied to settle for chaos as it is, Brooklyn-based art writer Vittoria Benzine has dolloped extra activity on top — a music then mural festival in California smack in between. Before the whole world gets spun up sweeter than cotton candy, let’s take a moment to recap the must-see shows on view across the city just through this week.
ART on THE MART inaugurated its 5th season last Friday night by unveiling a short and bright animated feature from Derrick Adams amongst the balmy weather welcoming EXPO CHICAGO.
Get out in the garden to see these five shows on view this April.
Most New York galleries close at 6 p.m. Brooklyn-based art writer Vittoria Benzine has dutifully applied that control variable the past few months, recording photons and watching the days get longer by the week. Daylight savings only amplifies what naturally happens this time of year — and after a two week grace period for Benzine’s annual energetic thrashing at the hands of the vernal equinox, she emerged again to see what the sky looked like at 6 p.m. Pretty amazing.
Los Angeles — home to glass marvels perched by the Hollywood sign, sprawling estates in Beverly Hills, and, hidden within an otherwise unassuming duplex in the Valley, an otherworldly paroxysm of color and texture, paintings stacked around the foyer leading to Davood Roostaei’s studio.
35,000 visitors witnessed the fourth edition of Frieze Los Angeles last Thursday through Sunday, including Roxane Gay and Tyler the Creator. This year, the London-born fair ditched their fan favorite venue at Paramount Studios for the far-flung Santa Monica Airport, where private planes climbed overhead