January 23rd - February 21st
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I've known Asha Schechter since about 1991 and Patrick Jackson since about 2001. The three of us moved to New York in 2002 and lived in a carriage house across from Prospect Park Southwest. They had bedrooms on the third floor and I lived at the base of the stairs, on the second floor. My rent was slightly less. It worked out well, because I was a nightclub photographer working late and had the liv...
Jaeckel Gallery is pleased to present a winter group show. This show features many returning artists to our gallery, as well as a few artists showing with us for the first time. The works on view include smaller scale works in a variety of mediums.
To highlight just a few. Text-based “Witt” drawings by Alastair Noble, a meditation on Wittgenstein’s “Remarks on Colour&r...
AICON GALLERY - New York
east village/lower east side
35 Great Jones Street
New York, NY 10012
February 4th - February 27th
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Aicon Gallery New York is proud to announceRekha Rodwittiya - The Rituals of Memory: Personal Folklores and Other Tales, the first major showing of the artist's work in New York City in two decades. A pioneering feminist artist and voice from the Indian subcontinent, Rodwittiya rose to prominence throughout the 80s and 90s through her strikingly idiosyncratic depictions of female forms, rituals an...
Enigmatic, evocative, and often simply strange, fraternal references are a rich part of contemporary American popular culture. But the seductive mystique of secret societies, with their cryptic signs, gestures, and arcane rituals, has been inculcated in our American experience since the early eighteenth century. Before the age of mass production, the artist who painted a portrait or embellished a pie...
Andrea Rosen Gallery is pleased to present “Reflection,” an exhibition featuring the cube sculptures of Larry Bell, the photographs of Anne Collier, and the paintings of Bernard Piffaretti. In their respective practices, these three artists ask questions about what art objects are, how they work, and how they are perceived. ‘Reflection’ in the work of these three artists is...
Setting Out seeks to untangle the terms that motivate and define contemporary expeditions. It holds in one hand the historical legacy of science, art, and society and their pursuit of all knowable and natural frontiers. It holds technology in its other hand and its connivance with human curiosity to see beyond each horizon. Together these fields create an image of the edge of human understanding. In i...
Art in General is pleased to announce the inaugural exhibition at its new ground floor gallery at 145 Plymouth Street in Dumbo, Brooklyn, opening on January 30, 2016. The exhibition Beyond Credit is presented in partnership with the Center of Contemporary Art in Tbilisi, Georgia, as part of Art in General’s acclaimed International Collaborations program. An Art in General International Collaboration This exhibition feature...
13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution Passed by Congress January 31, 1865. Ratified December 6, 1865.
Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction.
Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropr...
With over thirty Kamakura masterpieces from private and museum collections in North America and Europe, “Kamakura: Realism and Spirituality in the Sculpture of Japan” is the first exhibition to look beyond the aesthetics and technical achievements of these remarkable sculptures, and specifically examine the relationship between realism and the sacred empowerment of these objects. The exhibitio...
OVER THE BRIDGE II, a group exhibition featuring the works of 42 Queens-based artists, all of whom are members of Long Island City Artists, Inc. /LICArtists, Inc., opens February 9, 2016, at Atlantic Gallery, 548 West 28 Street, suite 540, in the Landmark Arts Building in Chelsea, Manhattan, NY 10001. The exhibition will continue through Saturday, February 20, 2016.
A reception for the artist...
January 7th - February 13th
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Blum & Poe is pleased to present a survey of paintings by Beijing-based painter Zhu Jinshi. This is Zhu's first solo exhibition in New York and his second solo presentation with the gallery.
Zhu’s painting practice is divided into two parts: all-over paintings which literally cover the canvases end to end with paint often the depth of the human hand, and what are known as Liu Bai paintings...
east village/lower east side
167 Rivington St., Lower Level East
New York, NY 10002 http://bodega-us.org/
January 10th - February 14th
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Empire Gas Storing Oil
Cut Was Inevitable, Says Henry L. Doherty
The Empire Gas & Fuel Company, a subsidiary of Cities Service Company, is beginning to purchase crude oil in addition to storing its own production because of the current low price of $1.25 a barrel for mid-continent crude, according to Henry L. Doherty, president of the Cities Service Company.
“The recent cut in crude oil,&...