Yvette Drury Dubinsky on “Tondos, Tornadoes, Torpedoes”

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by Mira Dayal

After speaking with New York artist Yvette Drury Dubinsky about her latest A.I.R. exhibition, the process and development of Tondos, Tornadoes, Torpedoes gained clear historical significance and context within the artist’s body of work. The gallery walls showcase two parallel attempts to document not only Dubinsky’s travels and visual vocabulary, but also a global anxiety over the preservation and security of people, places, and ruins.

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The Color Salmon – Tina Barney at Paul Kasmin

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by Jacob Kiernan

TINA BARNEY – FOUR DECADES Paul Kasmin Gallery MAY 7, 2015 – JUN 20, 2015

Tina Barney. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Castelli, 1998. Chromogenic color print. 48 x 60 in, 121.9 x 152.4 cm.

Few forget seeing Tina Barney’s prodigious family photographs for the first time. Clad in matching pink robes, crowded around a sturdy kitchen table, barbecuing shirtless, these images have become iconic of New England … Continue reading »

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People Are Present: “New Work, New York” the 1st NYC MFA Biennial

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by Danielle Fallon

People Are Present: “New Work, New York” the 1st NYC MFA Biennial Part 1: March 13 – 29, 2015, Part 2: April 10 – 26, 2015

Matthew Addison. “Story Boards.”(Detail. )Found wood, found images, gesso, matte medium, charcoal pencil. 2014.

This Spring, Williamsburg, Brooklyn hosted a raw new exhibition featuring MFA students from all eleven New York City MFA programs. Broken up into two parts, the entire … Continue reading »

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Book review – GANGS OF NEW YORK SCHOOL

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by Jeffrey Cyphers Wright

New York School Painters & Poets by Jenni Quilter Rizzoli, 2014

It was a big scene and this book (at three hundred pages) is packed with photographs, memoirs, essays, book covers and lots of artwork and poems. The primary text written by Jenni Quilter is highly readable as it navigates the many tributaries that formed this formidable association we call “The New York School.”

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James O. Clark is GLOWING at ltd los angeles

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James O. Clark is GLOWING at ltd los angeles by Anthony Pinata

Photo by Jeff McLane

New York-based artist James O. Clark’s current show, March 19–April 16, at ltd los angeles, titled 1993 to 2011 in 2015, highlights his continued engagement with material and light. The pieces on display demonstrate his discerning and subtle use of otherwise bland light fixtures. He bends, twists, and manipulates them with his sophisticated and … Continue reading »

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CUE announces two Open Calls for artists & curators

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CUE announces two Open Calls for artists & curators Deadline: June 30, 2015. 11:59pm (EST)

CUE Art Foundation is currently seeking Curatorial Project and Solo Exhibition proposals for the 2016 exhibition season. CUE’s Open Calls provide one deserving curator and one emerging artist the necessary resources to realize an innovative project/exhibition at CUE’s storefront location in 2016.

A panel of established curators will select the winners of both Open Calls … Continue reading »

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Open Field: Artist Networking Cocktail Hour

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Wednesday, May 27th, 6-8pm $7 / free for members – Purchase tickets here. To become a member, click here.

Please join CUE for an evening of networking and socializing among artists, curators, critics, writers, and arts administrators. Attendees should bring business cards and their best elevator pitch to make a strong and lasting first impression. We’ll also be inviting special guests to encourage valuable connections for participants, so come ask … Continue reading »

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