MoMA PS1 presents Rockaway, a special outdoor exhibit by artist Katharina Grosse,
A day-long exploration of electroacoustic music in all its forms, featuring collaborations between legends, luminaries, and newcomers as they examine the interplay between human and machine sounds.
DON’T MISS: ‘WITHOUT’ An Architectural Intervention Turned 4 Day Music Festival @FriezeNewYork, 2014
Israeli artist Naama Tsabar and Editor in chief of Tom Tom Magazine, Mindy Abovitz have comprised a killer music fest running From May 8th- 11th! Read more to check the line up of seventeen must see bands to catch this weekend!
With only 9 days left, this is a must see New York show-As most of you probably already know, Ron Gorchov is categorized as a groundbreaking American artist, along with Frank Stella and Ellsworth Kelly, he is just one more name to know and Vito Schnabel is bringing his prolific and thoughtprovoking works straight to you!
Salon 94+Visual Aids team up for a one-off event the 25th of July to celebrate life of legendary photographer Jimmy DeSana
For ‘Party Picks and Love Stories’ Salon 94 is teaming up with Visual AIDS for an archive salon as part of its NOT OVER series.This archive salon brings together Joy Episalla, Bryn Kelly, Laurie Simmons, Jack Waters, Carrie Yamaoka and guests to share memories and histories of artists, like Jimmy DeSana whom we have lost to AIDS, and to discuss the contemporary impact of the ongoing AIDS crisis.
On the 11th of July, the curious art collector and infamous hip hop emcee, Jay-z held a live performance for 6 hours in Manhattan’s Pace gallery. But is it art? More importantly, the bigger question: what did this quick, progressive and eclectic exhibition say about the status of our ever evolving art world?
GalleristNY top art critics reveal top 11 things to do in the big apple before the art world passes you by!
MoMA PS1 presents the largest survey to date of Thomas Lanigan-Schmidt
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:… Read More