In addition to Warhol’s highly anticipated retrospective at New York’s Whitney Museum of American Art, the Dia Art Foundation is planning an ambitious reunion of Warhol’s monumental Shadows. Up to 50 of the series’ brightly coloured canvases, will take over the Calvin Klein headquarters in Manhattan this October.
Gagosian are showing recent works by Jeff Koons from his Gazing Ball series. Making use of conceptual constructs including the ancient, the everyday, and the sublime, Koons creates luxurious icons and elaborate tableaux, which, beneath their captivating exteriors, engage the viewer in a metaphysical dialogue with cultural history.
Inspired by a set of female nudist playing cards, which she found in her father’s drawer as a child, her most recent solo exhibition, ‘Joker of Solitaire’ while provocative, seemingly humorous, and often seductive, is inherently seeking to stimulate a dialogue around the history of the mythological and historical ‘trickster’.
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.
Another one off FAD’s occasional interviews with the people changing the very fabric of the art world , up now is Bahram Safinia Founder & Managing Director GalleryLOG NYC
Everybody likes objects; everybody likes different objects. It comes down to what objects you want to put in your art…I like them all: high, low, used, new, whichever works.
MoMA PS1 presents the largest survey to date of Thomas Lanigan-Schmidt
Hionas Gallery TriBeCa is pleased to be hosting the very first east coast exhibition from Los Angeles-based artist duo The… Read More
NEW YORK COMEDY FESTIVAL TO TEAM WITH LOCAL ARTISTS FOR UNIQUE STREET ART INSTALLATIONS AND EXHIBITIONS IN LITTLE ITALY
Festival Takes Laughter to Mulberry Street with “The Art of Comedy” Debut Events on November 3rd and November 8rd
Rob Ryan: Our Adventure Is About To Begin at TAG Fine Art New York Art Opening Tuesday September 18th 2012
Rob Ryan: Our Adventure Is About To Begin in New York
Nancy Davidson’s Dustup offers a humorous, absurdist critique of the American cowgirl as a spectacle to admire, a tall tale fantasy of western legend.
Ira Eduardovna + Heeseop Yoon NOTHING SOUND IN IT AND NOTHING TRUE Art Opening Thursday, September 6th at ArtGate Gallery
ArtGate Gallery is to present NOTHING SOUND IN IT AND NOTHING TRUE, a two person show featuring Ira Eduardovna and… Read More
SIRI BERG Black & White 1976-1981: Redux 2012 at Hionas Gallery New York Art Opening Thursday 6th September 2012
White Hole (1979) 3” suction cup on acrylic painted masonite 8” x 8” $3,000 Singularities (1980) Vinyl suction cups on… Read More
Jonathan Horowitz, “Your Land/My Land: Election ’12.” Courtesy the artist and Gavin Brown’s enterprise. Photo: Thomas Mueller The New Museum… Read More
A Japanese artist is inviting the public to have an intimate view of Christopher Columbus high above a hectic intersection… Read More
Notzfold uses public facades of buildings as a canvas for people to make their own content for projected speech bubbles.
Moving Image, the contemporary video art fair, returns to New York’s Waterfront Tunnel, March 8-11, 2012, with 31 artists presenting single-channel videos, sculptures, and installations.
SUPERFLEX presents Bankrupt Banks at Peter Blum in Chelsea, New York Opening on Thursday March 1st 2012
Bankrupt Banks is a new series of work that portray and explore the international financial crisis since 2008.
$80 million SCREAM
Paddle8 secures $4 million investment.