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This weekend I visited Washington DC, and of course art was on my agenda. I checked out the Renwick Gallery which had a great show called “Connections,” and The National Museum of Women in The Arts. The latter had a super impressive show called “She Who Tells A Story,” which featured a multitude of photographs from Arab women […]
I love the street artist Space Invader. I love his play on the pixelated images of the 80s, I love his take on an “art invasion,” and I love how anyone can partake in viewing his art; it’s not just for those who live near museums. That said, since his last New York Invasion in […]
Did you know Andy Warhol made a sort of “font” out of his mother’s quirky handwriting? Or that he had 25 cats all named Sam except for one named Hester? The intimate show of Warhol’d fascination with prints on display at The Morgan Library and Museum dives deep into the artist’s origins with print […]
I’ve been seeing a number of touching tributes to David Bowie since his tragic death, and I thought I would include my favorites here. I find them to be touching and creative, and I like thinking about his spirit and inspiration displayed in the crafty ways in which he may have appreciated. RIP Bowie. Check […]
Contrappostogram is here! I made an Instagram account specifically for Contrapposto. It’s where I’ll be putting some of the cool art that I see everyday, and where I’ll be tagging and featuring artists you should definitely be following on the platform. I hope you like it! You can follow it at ContrappostoArt.
This year the New York City Ballet tapped interdisciplinary artist Marcel Dzama to head up the fourth installment of their Art Series. Dzama’s whimsical, bizarre, and dark costumes and set designs (you might recognize his work Beck’s Guerolito) feature twisted fairy tales and scores of dancers dressed in chaotic and colorful unitards, cumbersome masks, armor, wings, and other non-traditional […]
I very much fell in love with Vanessa Prager‘s show “Voyeur” at The Hole gallery last night. The human face took form on canvas in many different ways in this show. Sometimes it was abstracted by a thick impasto and could only be seen by taking a step back. In other works it was more visible […]
Photo by Ricky Flores, mural by Ananda Nahu (courtesy Ricky Flores) More than an extraordinary display of photos and paintings of the South Bronx in the ‘80s,“Faces From the Block” is a show that tells the story of how iconic images of the birth of New York City’s hip hop and graffiti scenes traveled to […]
Someone shared this today on Facebook. Arts nerds rejoice!
About five years and one decision to grow a beard later, New York-based actor Robert Reynolds noticed that more and more people were telling him he looked just like world famous Dutch artist Vincent Van Gogh. Fast-forward to today, and a coincidental likeness to the art historical figure has garnered Mr. Reynolds viral Internet fame […]
On Thursday, the Museum of the Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts (MoCADA) held its inaugural Masquerade Gala at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. The event celebrated artists and activists Mickalene Thomas, Tonya Lewis Lee, Spike Lee, and Phillip Agnew of the Dream Defenders for their contributions to the arts and social justice. While many […]
Finally got around to posting some pictures from Norte Maar’s fun Bushwick Beat Nite bus tour!
On Saturday April 11, people all over the world will slow down. At least that’s the intention of Slow Art Day, a day dedicated to discovering the joy of looking at art — and taking your time doing so. Each year, volunteers in cities across the globe choose five works of art at a particular […]
In life, we have to pause to ask ourselves the important questions: If a tree falls in the woods, and no one hears it, did it make a sound? Just how many licks does it take to get to the center of a Tootsie Pop? And will flier-famous Dan Smith ever teach us guitar? That […]
Los Angeles-based artist Jen Stark’s psychedelic work is oozing down the walls of a row of conference rooms inside Facebook’s recently constructed Frank Gehry-designed Menlo Park headquarters. Ms. Stark is one of 15 Bay Area artists, along with others like Barry McGee, Alicia McCarthy, and Barbara Hon, who have each been commissioned to install a […]
New York City’s number one street art satirist, Hanksy, is set to take over a former Chase Bank space at 104 on Delancey Street for his show, “Best of the Worst,” entirely created and funded on his own. This weekend, March 28 and 29, Hanksy will present a new series of installations and painted […]
In “Preservation,” artist Blake Little douses his subjects in honey before photographing, and the results are pretty gorgeous. But it also reminds me of a pretty special treat my family makes at home during the Christmas holidays….
I was blown away this year after first being blown away two years ago by the ballet’s collaboration with Faile, and slightly less impressed during last year’s NYC Ballet art series with JR. The Ballet is back bitches!
This post was originally written for Bushwickdaily.com Against the cold, gray, bleak background of Brooklyn in January, colorful things, and literally anything with the smallest hint of cheer, are sure to stand out. That’s why you may have taken a step back when confronted with the bright, cartoony, bubblegum-pink gums with pearly white […]
I fell in love with Miya Ando’s work a few weeks ago over at Fresh Window Gallery in Bushwick. So when I heard she had a solo show coming up in my neighborhood at Sundaram Tagore Gallery, I had to check it out. I realized while viewing “KISETSU (SEASONS),” I continue to be impressed by the […]
I have to thank Moby in a way, because after I ran out of Emmanuel Fremin Gallery because it was starting to feel like a weird 90s music video reunion party, I ran into Miyako Yoshinaga Gallery, where I discovered Artist Mayumi Lake’s amazing show “Latent Heat.” Lake grew up in Osaka Japan, a place where […]
This weekend I checked out an art show at Bushwick’s artisan chocolate factory Fine & Raw. Berlin artist Jerry Kowalsky set up shop in the space with a wall full of his small, delightful, and somewhat abstract interpretations of Facebook profile images. The show was titled “Incident at the Flower Shop,” and the chocolatey aromatic […]
Photo courtesy of Fresh Window Gallery Consider New York City and its oddities in the day compared to the night. Consider the abundance of light that keeps our city uniquely active all hours of the day and night. Consider the hundreds of people we encounter and do not speak to, the many things we see […]
Spotted Stik for the Water Tank Art Project on St. Marks Place.
DALeast‘s promo for his show at Jonathan Levine Gallery.
This is James Lee Byars’s “The Rose Table of Perfect,” on view at MOMA PS1. What I love about this sculpture is that every person who sees it will have a different experience, because every time it’s displayed it starts with fresh roses and gradually decays. The idea of this fleeting and ephemeral beauty […]
Rendering of the new space, copyright Microscope Gallery 2014 If you’ve seen a show at Microscope Gallery, you know that a small space can’t contain the huge impact their programs can have on your life. For example, at Microscope you might see a show that will foreverremind you that uncertainty is a beautiful thing, or you […]
Split-Rocker-Split-Photo. A Very Jeff Koons day.
Serge Bernier Reading, 2010 (All images courtesy Storefront Ten Eyck) We rarely bat an eye when reading headlines that talk of murder, corruption or worse. Our world actually makes sense this way—everything in its place, the same things happening over and over, revolutions of mundanity. We can accept these things, but our brain […]
Kara Walker’s “Marvelous Sugar Baby” at The Domino Sugar Factory (all photos by Terri Ciccone for Bushwick Daily) Life is short, and life is sweet. Artist Kara Walker reminds us of the beauty and ephemerality of life and its comforts as we know them today with her show “A Subtlety,” also known as the […]