A 10-year investigation into the contemporary legacy of Ottoman studio photography is well underway, and here are some excellent images for those who may have missed the first exhibition.
This took me forever but it’s finally done. Fifteen months after it closed, I have released the full-color zine from Ryan Seslow’s Concrete to Data exhibition at the Steinberg Museum of Art at Long Island University in Brookville, New York.
This is too good. In Japan, Jersey Shore‘s title is “Jersey Shore: The New Jersey Life of Macaronia A–holes” http://bit.ly/du0UBW # I’m really enjoying @Adnan_Z_Manjal‘s tweets that are criticizing and assessing this season’s fashion collections. # I fuckin’ hate lazy artists. Though I love all the others. # Where is that? Chelsea? Wall Street? Central […]
Whether you’re an artist, critic, art blogger, collector, art historian, art fan or gallery owner, the term “abstract” is loaded with many associations and we plan to unpack some of its meanings at a special discussion/birthday party for abstract art on Sunday, August 22, 4-6 pm at Storefront Gallery (16 Wilson Avenue, Bushwick, Brooklyn). One of the preeminent aesthetic […]