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ArtSlant Alumni Events During Armory Week  

We love seeing ArtSlant artists moving and shaking. In honor of New York's first art fair reunion of the year, here's a proud overview of ArtSlant Prize winners and exhibition alumni showing in New York during Armory Arts Week. Robin Kang, Optic Core with One Eye, 2015, Hand Jacquard woven cotton, hand dyed wool, and synthetic fibers, 18 1/2" x 49" Robin Kang at VOLTA NY with Field Projects Robin Kang was our first place ArtSlant Prize 2013 winner. She's doing double duty this Armory We... [more]

20150327213514-unnamed__1_ Centre Pompidou Acquires Former ArtSlant Prize Winner's Work  

The Centre Pompidou has added Michael Zelehoski's Open House to its permanent collection. The former ArtSlant Prize Winner is currently represented by Mike Weiss Gallery. With his upcoming show New Order opening on May 7th at Mike Weiss Gallery, this news could not have come at a more exciting time. Zelehoski st... [more]

ArtSlant Prize Winner Michael Zelehoski Now At Mike Weiss Gallery  

We're so excited to congratulate our first ArtSlant Prize Winner Michael Zelehoski on being newly represented by elite Chelsea gallery, Mike Weiss Gallery. Zelehoski won the 2009 Artslant Prize with his stunning Human Lobster Trap. In the past five years, Zelehoski has shown his work extensively across the U.S., represented by a number of galleries including Dodge Gallery, Ethan Cohen, and Christina Ray Gallery. Zelehoski was born in Concord, Massachusetts. He received his Associates of Art degree... [more]

20111206211047-df09_12 NADA Much   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
Posted 12/6/11

NADA Art FairDeauville Beach Resort6701 Collins AvenueMiami Beach, FL 33141December 1 - 4, 2011  After the decorative overdose that is the typical Miami art fair, the relative conceptual rigor of NADA was a breath of fresh air.  There is, of course, such a thing as too much emphasis on headiness, especially when it’s to the detriment of the esthetic object or amounts to an inside joke that most of the viewing public isn’t in on.  This was not the case at NADA this year.  There was a great deal of st... [more]

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