Carmen Herrera
Zeit Contemporary Art Showcases The History of Modern Prints in “From Paris to New York: Transformations in Printmaking”

  Celebrating the history of modern printmaking, From Paris to New York: Transformations in Printmaking…

Piecing Together the Stories of Art Lost During 9/11

Yesterday the world commemorated the thousands of lives lost during and after the 9/11 attacks;…

Betty Tomkins Censored
Instagram Continues to Ghost Artists After Quietly Releasing a Feature That Unfairly Limits Content

  The uphill battle for artists promoting their work on social media has taken a…

Art Advisor Arushi Kapoor Breaks New Ground in Echo Park

With a dynastic legacy in art collecting, advisory outposts in Delhi, London, and Los Angeles,…

Past and Present: 3 Exhibitions at PinchukArtCentre, Kyiv

On May 6th, shortly after lockdown and pandemic-related limitations lifted, the PinchukArtCentre in Kyiv reopened…

As Brand Collaborations in the Arts Become a Growing Trend, Mediators Step in to Assist

Increasingly, artists are invited to design capsule collections for brands, become integral to the identity…

Heather Day Anna Zorina Gallery
If You’re a Helen Frankenthaler Fan Don’t Miss Heather Day’s Painted and Animated Explorations of Chance

Nestled amidst the blue chip powerhouse galleries of Chelsea is the comparatively petite space of…

Immersive Van Gogh
Summer in the City with Van Gogh: An Immersive Experience That Leaves the Learning Up to You

Time Out New York recently called it, and they aren’t wrong: it’s the summer of…

Repurposing the Concept of Consumerism with A Twist: Dutch Visual Artist Matti Wim Havens Ongoing Series “The Returnables”

Some months ago, I discovered Dutch artist Matti Wim Havens on Instagram. Born in the…

Growing from Grief: Artist Kristina Libby’s Flower Memorials Honor Those Lost During COVID-19

During the many months of sheltering at home and New York City on lockdown, artist…

Tra(n)ce: Ma Tiantian’s Meditation During The Time of Global Anxiety

2020-2021 is a year in which the whole world is facing great challenges. Painter Ma…

Katie Bell Brings Both Logic and Chance to Her Playful “ARENA”

While New York galleries are often associated with the glitzy white cubes of Chelsea, it’s…

Erin M. Riley
Weaving Traumatic Legacies and Finding Confidence in the Digital, Erin M. Riley at P·P·O·W

It was Frieze Week 2021 when Erin Riley’s second solo exhibition with P·P·O·W Gallery, “The…

HOUSING Gallery: How Legacy and Community Guide the Fierce Supporters of Artists of Color

Since its inception in 2017, New York’s HOUSING gallery has played by its own rules.…

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Palli, the Italian Set Designer That Just Released a 1000-Word, Seven Language Theater Dictionary

At the theater, our focus as set designers is always on the story and the…

Liza Lacroix and Reece Cox Puzzle Over Transmediality at Midnight Projects

  For over a decade, the painter Liza Lacroix and sound artist Reece Cox have…

Rachel Rossin’s Virtual World: How the Invisible Infrastructure of Technology Helps to Parse Reality

Rachel Rossin is a New York-based multimedia artist, virtual reality savant, and self-taught programmer whose…

Frieze Gagosian
Ready or Not, Frieze is Here

Frieze has officially returned to New York as the first major in-person art fair since…