BY Alanna Vagianos in Artsy on Oct 16, 2013 |
I'm really not one for art or gallery trolling, but once I saw this artwork I immedietly wished I was still in LA. On Saturday, November 2nd, Sloan Fine Art will open its doors to the "Black Moon" two-day art exhibition. The exhibition will feature all new works by California-based female artists Marion Peck, Elizabeth McGrath, Camille Rose Garcia, and Jessicka Addams. In addition to the new art, other merchandise such as books and prints will be ... Read More
BY Amy LaCount in Artsy on May 29, 2013 |
Remember Dilek Baykara's dreamy, steamy illustrations? Here's the deal: mysterious, illusory, and undeniably haunting, the work of Dilek Baykara is multifaceted and expansive. She's a Brooklyn-based grad of the School of Visual Arts, and she's got a solo show launching this Thursday right here in New York City. You're invited!
Here's a peek at her latest work:
The girl's subject matter is often dark, exploring decay and horror in new ways, with ... Read More
BY Tess Duncan in Artsy on Mar 18, 2013 |
INCORRIGIBLE is a super eclectic group exhibition happening this week in NYC. The featured artists work with tons of different mediums, so you’re pretty much guaranteed to see something that’ll fascinate the pants off of your gallery-going self. But also because the emerging underground artists are showcasing some amazing, provocative work. There’s Adel Souto, a multi-talented zinester who’s interviewed the likes of Charles Manson, Rudy Ray ... Read More
BY Amy Zimmerman in Artsy on Mar 01, 2013 |
Was your SimCity a work of art? Today the Museum of Modern Art is unveiling its new video game collection, highlighting the often undervalued aesthetic merit of game designers and programmers’ work. Fourteen games will be incorporated into the museums Applied Design installation, including classics such as Pac-Man, The Sims, and Tetris. The games will be mounted onto screens, and more than half will be playable by specially made controllers. More ... Read More
BY Erika W. Smith in Artsy on Sep 17, 2012 |
Women take over, reads the provocative headline on the website for the Seattle Art Museum’s new Elles exhibits. Two photographs of blonde women stare out from the screen as a video begins playing: a woman violently displaying her kitchenware as she names it in alphabetical order.
Semiotics of the Kitchen, Martha Rosler, 1975Elles began in 2009 at the Centre Pompidou in Paris, which holds the largest collection of modern ... Read More
BY Mary S in Artsy on Nov 03, 2010 |
Missing Unicorn posters have gone up all over Manhattan and beyond, while a billboard promises a reward on 104th and Broadway. According to the signs, the mythical animal was last seen entering Central Park at West 72nd street, and the public is encouraged to call the sightings hot-line with any leads. Mimicking those photocopied fliers publicizing a lost pet, the posters are the brainchild of artist Camomile Hixon, who has invited the entire city to join the ... Read More