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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.
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 […]
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 […]
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….
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 […]
Split-Rocker-Split-Photo. A Very Jeff Koons day.
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 […]
The shadows cast by the elaborate paper foliage and magnificent boats in Swoon’s new exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum are as important as the installation itself. With “Submerged Motherlands,” which extends to 85 feet high in the museum’s rotunda, Swoon (also known as Caledonia Curry) pays tribute to the devastation wrought by natural disasters like […]
Aakash Nihalani seems to be getting some attention now that he’s part of NYC’s Arts in Transit program, and gets my vote for most awesome/nauseating website. Lately, we’re loving his newer pieces highlighted by Design Milk‘s Noah Kalina. We’re kind of bummed however, that his latest piece on Elizabeth street got destroyed by mother […]
I love waking up to this every day! It makes me smile And for a closer look:
The documentary The Radiant Child opens with a poem by Langston Hughes titled “Genius Child” where the poet refers to a genius child as a wild and untamed monster, repeating the line “Nobody loves a genius child.” It would be fair to refer to late artist Jean-Michel Basquiat as a genius child, for at the […]
I may be the only one that feels this way…but watching Eyewitness News back home in NY feels like visiting relatives that I miss! Love it. Happy 40th anniversary Eyewitness News!!!
As a true picture of class, beauty and style, Audrey Hepburn brings Truman Capotes’s Holly Golightly to life. Yesturday was the 50th anniversary of Capote’s novel Breakfast at Tiffany’s – A true work of art. The best five minutes of film you will ever see:
Tina Fey is truly and Icon. She’s so relatable, talented and REAL. She is a breath of fresh air.
I went to the Museum of Fine Art today to de-stress. I know some people do yoga to de-stress …but yoga hurts! So I go to the MFA. Anyway, they have two of the most amazing exhibits going on right now that I have ever seen there (and I’ve been a lot). One of them literally took my breath […]
I’m reading this book called The Brooklyn Follies. Paul Auster is a amazing and one of my new all time favorite writers. There’s one part in the book that really stood out to me, and apparently, according to some book review blogs, it did to others too. It’s about a geniues writer in the 1900s, Franz Kafka, who […]
I can’t stop listening to this song I discovered when watching Project Runway. It was played during winner (and my fav) Leanne Marshall’s show, and it is actually created by her musician boyfriend Nathan McKee. It’s called Cookie Breath and is so upbeat and catchy. It is machine-like without sounding mechanical. It sounds like the happiness of a really cute […]
Filth and Wisdom, the first movie directed by the material girl herself, Madonna, opens today. However I do not think it’s playing yet in Boston unfortunately, but it looks crazy good. I’m DYING to see it! Check out the trailer
BANKSY IS HERE according to Gothamist.com, a NYC based blog. The sneaky graffiti artist known as Banksy is in New York City. He is in a way like the rats that he paints, fast, sneaky, and when you see on its a shock. He has an amazing eye when it comes to utilizing urban space, and making subtle political […]
SHHHHHHHHHHH-the sound of TV static emulated by a human voice emits from somewhere in the house. Blue light hits the stage as the main character, David, and his girlfriend watch TV. At this point, they never suspect that their relationship would end up in their growing apart, or in this case, shrinking apart. Dave-the shrunken protagonist […]
The hallway that plays home to the Museum of Fine Art’s café has turned into the most lively piece of art the museum owns. The entire wall opposite the café has been transformed into a dizzy pattern of stripes that will make your head spin, or at least that’s what inspired it -spinning. Jim Lambie […]
The A&E editors catch up on Oscar films not previously reviewed in The Beacon so you can keep up at home Atonement by Terri Ciccone Adapted from the novel by Ian McEwan, Atonement is a film about desire, misunderstanding, passion and war. Along with its lush and detailed cinematography, and perceptive take on multiple perspectives, […]
As dark as a black hole, and just as unsettling, is the fallen silhouette of a young girl with a noose tangled around her neck, contrasted against a stark white background. This is the first image seen when entering the exhibit Kara Walker: Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War (Annotated) at the Fogg art […]
Last semester, Emerson students got an opportunity to work with Kevin Bright, the former producer of the popular TV show Friends, on a new sitcom pilot, Browne@Midnight. The 30-minute all-student cast and crew show was filmed entirely on the Emerson campus. The show premiered Oct. 19 during family weekend. Browne@Midnight is essentially about the typical personalities that make up […]