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20140303235233-mj_1 A Million Little Pieces  
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Meredith James at Jack Hanley Gallery- New York March 15th - April 13th
Posted 4/4/14

The red-and-white checked, anamorphic floor of Meredith James’s video installation Delmar, showing through April 13th at the Jack Hanley Gallery, primes viewers to expect a puzzle. The video triptych behind the green velvet curtains at the far end of the gallery doesn’t disappoint. As a form, the triptych can be traced from the painted altarpieces of the early Renaissance to modern films. Before the now standard use of widescreen in film, Abel Gance made use of a triptych format to... [more]

20131119211631-small_image Adel Gorgy, Traces of Pollock, de Kooning and Warhol, Abstract Photographic Works at Able Fine Art NY Gallery – Review by Mary Gregory  
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Adel Gorgy at Able Fine Art NY Gallery December 4th, 2013 - December 31st, 2013
Posted 1/27/14

Adel Gorgy, Traces of Pollock #3, 2013, Pigment Print, 40 x 72 in. (100 x 180 cm.) Adel Gorgy, in his current exhibition, Traces of Pollock, de Kooning and Warhol at Able Fine Art NY in Chelsea has brought keen observation, a graceful esthetic and a unique vision and process to an impressive body of work. In the current age of knockoffs and spinoffs, prequels and sequels, true originality of thought and expression, like Adel Gorgy's, is rare and worthy of attention. In a series of photographi... [more]

20140216020210-no-fly-zone-postcard-e1390583248514 The New York Times "A Kinship With Westbeth"  
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Christopher Morris, Richard Mosse, Martha Rosler, Nichole Sobecki, Claudia Vargas, Lawrence Weiner at Westbeth Gallery March 1st - March 16th
Posted 1/18/14

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/01/19/realestate/a-kinship-with-westbeth.html?smid=fb-share A Kinship With Westbeth JAN. 17, 2014 Gwynne Duncan with her husband, Alec Stephen, and their seven-year-old daughter, Mimi, in the living room that doubles as Ms. Duncan’s painting studio. Sasha Maslov for The New York Times What I Love By DAN SHAW Decades before the elevated train tracks on the Lower West Side of Manhattan were transformed into a global tourist attraction called the High Line,... [more]

20140216020210-no-fly-zone-postcard-e1390583248514 The New York Times "A Kinship With Westbeth"  
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Christopher Morris, Richard Mosse, Martha Rosler, Nichole Sobecki, Claudia Vargas, Lawrence Weiner at Westbeth Gallery March 1st - March 16th
Posted 1/18/14

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/01/19/realestate/a-kinship-with-westbeth.html?smid=fb-share A Kinship With Westbeth JAN. 17, 2014 Gwynne Duncan with her husband, Alec Stephen, and their seven-year-old daughter, Mimi, in the living room that doubles as Ms. Duncan’s painting studio. Sasha Maslov for The New York Times What I Love By DAN SHAW Decades before the elevated train tracks on the Lower West Side of Manhattan were transformed into a global tourist attraction called the High Line, they were Gwynne Duncan’s playground. As children growing up in the 1970s in Westbet... [more]

20131115094759-forside_invitasjon_ny Recent Research of Norway's Sculpture, Photography, Video and Site specific Installation  
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Paul Brandt, Barbara Czapran, Helen Eriksen, Group Exhibit, Håkon Anton Fagerås, Sverre Hoel, Anlaug Jakobsen, Janne Kruse, Istvan Listez, Pierre Lionel Matte, TONJE RAMSTAD, Mari Røysamb, Vigdis Storsveen, Ståle Sørensen, Lucie Noël Thune at NOoSPHERE November 29th, 2013 - December 29th, 2013
Posted 12/18/13

February 29th was the opening night for the show A COOL WIND BLOWS at NOoSPHERE Arts. Another time this nonprofit art space is an important place where put on show and create connection between the american and the norwegian art scene. A COOL WIND BLOWS was born from the collaboration between the National Association of Norwegian Sculptures (NBF) and the art space. 14 norwegian artists are showing their works creating literally a cool wind blowing through the gallery’s spaces flooding in a wi... [more]

20130603232458-ma052e_hakanai_fleeting_sea_sky_blue1 Blouin Artinfo Review: Miya Ando's Burnished Metals at Sundaram Tagore New York - See m  
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Miya Ando at Sundaram Tagore Gallery - Chelsea June 20th, 2013 - July 20th, 2013
Posted 7/17/13

by Darryl Jingwen Wee Published: July 3, 2013 New York-based artist Miya Ando is currently having her first solo exhibition at Sundaram Tagore Gallery in New York, showcasing her signature burnished steel and anodized aluminum works that deftly tie together abstraction, industrial fabrication, spiritual subject matter, and the lessons of American minimalism. Using industrial dyes and rolled, burnished sheets of metal, Ando’s surfaces radiate luminous color, tantalizing the eye with a palette of s... [more]

20120905121110-dsc_0039 NY ARTS MAGAZINE: Narcissism in Black  
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Francine LeClercq at SOHO20 Gallery Chelsea October 2nd, 2012 - October 27th, 2012
Posted 10/17/12

NY ARTS MAGAZINE | nyartsmagazine 1.5 - Narcissism In Black - Narcissism In Black Editorial Preview - Off the... | nyartsmagazi [more]

20120813235647-nick-kline Gilgo Beach - A Physical Absence  
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Nick Kline at Open Source Gallery September 8th, 2012 - October 4th, 2012
Posted 9/24/12

           Over the past fifteen years, the “Ocean Parkway Serial Killer” targeted sex workers along this stretch of roadway, ultimately burying them at Gilgo Beach.  It is this series of events that Nick Kline examines in his exhibit, Gilgo Beach.  In a sterilized, clinical gallery space, the track lighting of a traditional gallery replaced with fluorescents, floor covered in stains that contrast the whiteness of the walls, Kline’s detailed, large-scale photographs create the air of a laborat... [more]

20120912165135-weegee Rick Prol "Wee Gee" Theartblog.com Review by Matthew Rose  
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Rick Prol at Metropolis Collective October 5th, 2012 - December 1st, 2012
Posted 9/12/12

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20120912165135-weegee Rick Prol Review... Artslant.com by D. Dominick Lombardi  
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Rick Prol at Metropolis Collective October 5th, 2012 - December 1st, 2012
Posted 9/12/12

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20120707145530-bogren_m01 The New York Photo Review — Ed Barnas  
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Martin Bogren, Barbara Ciurej and Lindsay Lochman, Monika Merva, Shawn Rocco, Tabitha Soren at KLOMPCHING GALLERY July 25th, 2012 - August 18th, 2012
Posted 8/13/12

  The New York Photo Review (August 2012) Fresh: The Wall—Ed Barnas   Tabitha Soren, "Running 000329" 2011 The summer show, “Fresh: The Wall/The Page/The Internet”, at Klompching Gallery highlights the work of five contemporary fine art photographers chosen for their consistent vision and strong viewpoint by collector Fred Bidwell and gallery co-owner Darren Ching. Walking into the gallery I was immediately struck by Tabitha’s Soren’s cinematic images from her “Running” series. One might even thi... [more]

20120317012234-01620120317 Nir Hod: Mother  
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Nir Hod at Paul Kasmin Gallery 515 West 27th Street March 28th, 2012 - April 28th, 2012
Posted 4/29/12

I felt a quasi-religious feeling upon entering the Nir Hod exhibition at Paul Kasmin. The title of the exhibition, Mother, refers to the image of a woman repeated, icon-like, across the gallery. Vaguely cinematic but with only subtle variation in color to distinguish one painting from the next, I wondered about the significance of the repetition and the meaning of her gesture. The woman could easily be shopping on Fifth Avenue. Towards the back of the gallery there is a small reproduction revealing the well-known source: Hod's paintings are based on a photograph taken in the W... [more]

20120401123222-sherman__untitled_film_still__21__1978 Cindy Sherman and Eugene Atget at MoMA: Photography vs. Reality  
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Cindy Sherman at MoMA (Museum of Modern Art) February 26th, 2012 - June 11th, 2012
Posted 4/24/12

The Museum of Modern Art is host to two significant exhibitions, both of which explore Photography’s relationship to reality. Cindy Sherman’s 6th floor mid-career retrospective and Eugene Atget’s “Documents pour artistes”, hidden away in the Photography 3rd floor galleries, represent diametrically opposed positions. First some notes on the Sherman retrospective, which is the big draw. The first room held a couple of revealing images. Revealing to me at least, because I had never considere... [more]

20120419143308-solomon_r_guggenheim_museum-02-600x450 Tom Estes at the Guggenheim in New York  
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Tom Estes at Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum April 1st, 2012 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Posted 4/19/12

Artist Tom Estes, enters the realm of Loonytune physics to create a successful science and pop-media crossover, making a ‘Portable Black Hole’ from the darkest material ever made. The carpet of carbon nano- tubes reflects 0.045 percent light, making it 100 times darker than a black-painted Corvette according to researchers from  Rice University, The Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and NASA. Remember the Road Runner Show? Simple in its premise, the Road Runner, a flightless cartoon bird (loosely based on a real bird, the Greater Roadrunner), is chased down the highways of the Southwester... [more]

20120106232704-theorizenyposterweb Great!!!!  
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at Wyndham Garden Hotel Chelsea March 8th, 2012 - March 11th, 2012
Posted 1/30/12

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20110921074220-1_lubelski Loft in The Red Zone Review  
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Martin Abrahams, Emil Alzamora, Michael Ricardo Andreev, Marcia Annenberg, Josh Azzarella, Brenda Berkman, Charles Bernstein, Pascal Blondeau, Gulsen Calik, Soundwalk Collective, Ford Crull, Peggy Cyphers, Tunji Dada, Marikama Dado, Jordan Eagles, Mimi Gross, G.H. Havagimyan, William T. Hillman, Kerry Irvine, Jessica Jamroz, Shenge Ka, Anton Kandinsky, Daniela Kostova, Helga Landauer, Abraham Lubelski, Eric O’Connell, Sandra Rubel, Arlene Rush, Frank Shifreen, Calder K. Singer, Angie Smith, Louise Stern, Barbora Venckunaite, Ultra Violet, Lee Wells, WK., Maurizio Zuluaga at Historic House of JP Morgan September 10th, 2011 - September 30th, 2011
Posted 9/21/11

"Loft in The Red Zone" Review  By Jill Smith   The scene of the crime is littered with dusty footprints, several lines of police tape bar entrance into enclaves, and hot, red halogen lights brighten an otherwise dim room.  These are just a few of the austere settings in a gripping exhibition on Wall Street entitled “Loft In The Red Zone.”   The brainchild of artist and curator, Marika Maiorova, the exhibition came about as a personal response to the remains of her lofted downtown studio after 9... [more]


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