CHARLES WHITE — MAJOR RETROSPECTIVE

The Museum of Modern Art’s Charles White: A Retrospective, on view from October 7, 2018, through January 13, 2019, is the first major exhibition dedicated to Charles White (1918–1979) in over three decades. Organized chronologically, the retro spective charts the entirety of White’s career, illuminating his socially motivated responses to the tumultuous events and cultural episodes [...]

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ART2030 NEW YORK

This September, ART 2030 is launching the first of what will be an annual week of Art for the Global Goals across New York City. Coinciding with the United Nations General Assembly Sessions, ART 2030 New York collaborates with a selection of artists as well as the city's leading galleries and organizations to bring forth [...]

LOOKING AT ELLEN BERFENBLIT OVER THE DECADES

             The Clock Unlocked is the first exhibition to encompass works from over four decades of New York painter Ellen Berkenblit’s practice. Hung salon style, arranged instinctually and without chronology, this unbound diary of paintings and drawings reveals the artist’s idiosyncratic ‘alphabet’— the core of her visual language. Images appear [...]

ITALIAN PHOTOGRAPHY 1945-1965 AT HOWARD GREENBERG GALLERY

              Neorealism is difficult to define. It is an impulse. It is a moment. It is an act of recovery and restoration. It is a source of inspiration, a fountain that never stops flowing. – Martin Scorsese An exhibition of Italian postwar photography will be on view at Howard [...]

NEW DOCUMENTARY ON GARRY WINOGRAND: ALL THINGS ARE PHOTOGRAPHABLE

“An unusually rich art-doc with an old-New York twang. Delivers the sensation of seeing a story unfold dramatically onscreen. Fascinating. Speaks to the most sophisticated students of fine-art photography without alienating casual buffs.” – John DeFore, The Hollywood Reporter             Winogrand reveled in the drama of the street itself, requiring [...]

TYLER ROLLINS FINE ARTS PRESENTS SHOCKING PINK STORY

        State of the Arts NYC was on hand for ACAW's (Asia Contemporary Art Week) Chelsea Night. The artist was in attendance for the opening. He is considered a controversial artist in Thailand. The show can be viewed Tuesday through Saturday from 10 am -- 6 pm.  Manit Sriwanichpoom is the most [...]

ASIAN CONTEMPORARY ART WEEK KICKS OFF WITH MULTIPLE SHOWS

Works by Emily Jacir opens at Alexander and Bonin on September 7th. La Mia Mappa, features several recent works, which are being exhibited for the first time in the USA. The upcoming exhibition derives its title from a particularly lyrical photograph by Jacir taken in the city she calls her spiritual home, Rome. This is Jacir’s [...]

STATE OF THE ARTS NYC MOVES TO NEW STUDIO

                    State of the Arts NYC is pleased to announce that we are moving our audio production to BRIC Media Center in downtown Brooklyn. This move will allow the show to appear on multiple platforms while producing quality shows. BRIC Media has a state of the [...]

LIC DESIGN DUO ART AND GUILE

ART & GUILE is a New York-based design studio founded in 2016 by artists Kate Hopkins and Christopher Boynton. Kate, a painter and printmaker, and Chris, a 3D modeler and former video artist, merge their singular perspectives to produce a range of minimal but spirited contemporary light fixtures, furniture, and objects. The work is simultaneously [...]

NY QUADRILLE

A quadrille is an 18th century dance performed in a rectangular configuration and viewed from four sides. The Joyce 2018 – 19 season opens in SEPTEMBER with the return of the NY Quadrille, which transforms the Joyce stage into a large platform that allows audiences to view cutting-edge work from one of four different sides. [...]

GRAND EXHIBITION AT BRONX MUSEUM OF DIANA AL-HADID — MUST SEE DELIRIOUSLY

              The sculptural work of Diana Al-Hadid often refers to boundaries as a way to challenge preconceived notions of how one defines and experiences space. Drawing from an array of art-historical and scientific references, Al-Hadid’s work treads carefully between the imagined and the real, to address the tension between [...]

AFRO KISMET

Fred Wilson: Afro Kismet, an exhibition through August 17th, features the artist’s most recent body of work originally produced for the 15th Istanbul Biennial in the Fall of 2017 and recently exhibited at Pace in London in Spring 2018. For the exhibition, Pace has published a catalogue that includes an introduction by artist duo and [...]

VISUAL LANGUAGE

Scott Albrecht, Ramsey Dau, D*Face, Shepard Fairey, Guerilla Girls, Jenny Holzer, Chad Kouri, Nathaniel Russell, Betty Tomkins, Wayne White Faction Art Projects 14th September - 6th October Curated in collaboration between Subliminal Projects in East Los Angeles, and newly established FACTION Art Projects in Harlem, New York City. Visual Language is a bi-coastal group exhibition investigating various approaches to [...]

JORGE PALACIOS, ‘LINK’

Complementing the forth coming exhibition Jorge Palacios at The Noguchi Museum (September 26, 2018–January 20, 2019), the monumental wood sculpture Link by Spanish artist Jorge Palacios will be installed on Flatiron Plaza North, adjacent to Madison Square Park in Manhattan. Informed by Isamu Noguchi’s example, Link explores the relationship between scale and public engagement through [...]

GUSTAV KLIMT AND EGON SCHIELE:2018 CENTENNIAL

Gustav Klimt (1862-1918) and Egon Schiele (1890-1918) are two of the greatest artists Austria produced in the early twentieth century. Although born nearly thirty years apart, both tragically died in 1918—the same year that the Austro-Hungarian Empire ceased to exist following its defeat in World War I. Over the intervening century, the works of Klimt [...]

RAVAGED BY NADIAH BAMADHAJ

      Chambers Fine Art presents Ravaged, new work by artist Nadiah Bamadhaj (b. 1968, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia). The series of 6 works combines her charcoal on paper collage drawings with photographic images by Indonesian photojournalist Dwi Oblo. The drawing component is made up of portraits of individuals that were interviewed by the artist at [...]

IFP ANNOUNCES FULL LINEUP FOR SEPTEMBER

IFP announced their full line-up for this September. Presenting a mix of 78 narrative features, series (digital, limited, and traditional) and audio stories (podcast, app, or tech based) from development through post-production, this festival includes emerging and established storytellers from the U.S. and over 13 countries. AUDIO SERIES Appearances directed and written by Sharon Mashihi, [...]

FALL FILM FESTIVALS + CONFERENCES

SEPTEMBER   IFP Week is comprised of  meetings, screenings, talks, meet ups, & exhibitions centered on cutting-edge independent content for the big screen, small screen and Internet: September 15-20, 2018   The New York Film Conference presents an opportunity for film and media professionals in a variety of roles across organizations (and freelance) to come together and [...]

CONDO NEW YORK

Condo takes its name from ‘condominium’ and is a large-scale collaborative exhibition of international galleries. Host galleries share their spaces with visiting galleries – either by co-curating an exhibition together, or dividing their galleries and allocating spaces. The initiative encourages the evaluation of existing models, pooling resources and acting communally to propose an environment that [...]

IFPDA ANNOUNCES ITS 2018 FAIR AT THE AT JACOB K. JAVITS CENTER RIVER PAVILION

"The Fine Art Print Fair is thrilled to be back in the River Pavilion at the Javits Center for the second time, building on last year’s tremendous momentum and success." The 2018 edition of the Print Fair will be held in the River Pavilion at the Jacob K. Javits Center in the Hudson Yards District [...]

KIM KEEVER

Waterhouse & Dodd is presenting a solo exhibition of works by a renowned American contemporary artist, Kim Keever, featuring a selection of his most recent photographs. The exhibition is on view at our Upper East Side gallery, located at 15 East 76th Street, between Madison and Fifth Avenues Over the last 10 years, Kim Keever’s [...]

YES NO MAYBE

          Flowers Gallery is presenting a group exhibition of work by five artists, bound by their use of experimentation in devising rules to generate algorithmic form. The exhibition focuses on works created by a process analogous to the principles and practice of mathematics to generate patterns, rhythms and relationships through rules [...]

FSLC and Dance Films Association announce the 46th Dance on Camera Festival

          The Film Society of Lincoln Center and Dance Films Association have announced the 46th edition of the Dance on Camera Festival, July 20-24. With a wide-ranging selection of 16 programs over five days, the festival is a treat for dance lovers of all stripes, offering everything from tap to classical ballet [...]

QUEENS HOST CINEMA FESTIVAL FOR SECOND YEAR

Kew Gardens Festival of Cinema Announces Film Lineup for 2nd Annual Event Sponsored by Regal Entertainment Group for August 3rd to 12th, 2018 Kew Gardens Festival of Cinema announced today its film lineup of 110 films and the news that Regal Entertainment Group has signed on to become the lead sponsor for the 2nd annual 10-day event [...]

CHINESE ART IN THE POST-MAO ERA

            Ethan Cohen Gallery presents the group exhibition Fuck Off Generation Part II: Chinese Art in the Post Mao Era. The exhibition takes place in two parts, the second opened May 10th, 2018 and runs through July 30, 2018. The opening reception will also feature a site-specific performance piece by [...]

MEL CHIN IN TIMES SQUARE

             Times Square Arts, No Longer Empty and Queens Museum present artist Mel Chin’s large-scale sculpture Wake and companion mixed reality piece Unmoored — developed with Microsoft — to explore a surrealistic experience of rising waters in Times Square. The works will be active July 11 to September 5 at [...]

PHOTO TRANSFORMATION

Lucas Samaras: Photo-Transformations on view through August 10, 2018. Selected in conjunction with the artist, the exhibition features sixty-eight Polaroid photographs from Lucas Samaras’s widely celebrated Photo-Transformation series. Executed between 1973-76, these works have been described as “…the most uncanny, original representations of the self – especially the artist’s self, in all its glory and [...]

Lévy Gorvy’s SUMMER LIGHTS

Depth Perception: James Turrell is part of Lévy Gorvy's SUMMER LIGHTS, the gallery's Summer 2018 program. Paired with Neon in Daylight:  the two presentations celebrate the phenomena of light. Turrell and Morellet have each turned to light as a revelation in itself, rather than a source that illuminates another object. The gallery will feature seminal works by [...]

CONCRETE UTOPIA

  The Museum of Modern Art presents Toward a Concrete Utopia: Architecture in Yugoslavia, 1948–1980, the first major US exhibition to study the remarkable body of architectural work from Yugoslavia that sparked international interest during the 45 years of the country’s existence. On view from July 15, 2018, through January 13, 2019, the exhibition investigates architecture’s [...]

CONSTANTIN BRANCUSI SCULPTURE

         The Museum of Modern Art charts Constantin Brancusi’s achievements and innovations in sculpture through the focused presentation Constantin Brancusi Sculpture, on view from July 22, 2018, through February 18, 2019. This concentrated survey largely comprises MoMA’s holdings of Brancusi’s work, which demonstrate the artist’s singular approach to materials, among them bronze, stone, [...]

DRAGON CURVE

LMAKbooks+design presents Dragon Curve, an immersive installation of objects, wall pieces and home goods by Ellen Van Dusen. In the exhibition, the walls and floors of the second floor space are covered with the designer’s pattern, “Arc,” which is inspired by an infinite fractal pattern first described by NASA physicist John Heighway in the 1960s known [...]

“At the Crossroads of Asia and Europe”: 20th Century Masterpieces from A. Kasteyev State Museum of Arts in Kazakhstan

The exhibition showcases the versatility and distinctiveness of the cultures found within one of the Caspian region’s largest and most rapidly developing countries. At the Crossroads of Asia and Europe, brings together some of the most vibrant cultural and historical examples of 20th century Kazakh visual art, featuring the masterpieces of Abylkhan Kasteyev, Moldakhmet Kenbayev, [...]

ANDREW EDLIN GALLERY PRESENTS BEVERLY BUCHANAN, THORNTON DIAL & GEES BEND

        Beverly Buchanan (1940-2015) once remarked, "A lot of my pieces have the word ‘ruins’ in their titles because I think that tells you this object has been through a lot and survived — that’s the idea behind the sculptures … it’s like, ‘Here I am; I’m still here!’” The artist grew [...]

REFLECTIONS OF A SUMMERSCAPE

            Japanese Clay, Prints, and Paintings Joan B. Mirviss is presenting Reflections of a Summer Scape: Japanese clay, prints, and paintings from June 20 to August 17, 2018. The exhibition is inspired by the colors and elements of the Japanese summer landscape from the sweltering heat of the mid-day sun to the [...]

NICK CAVE AND THE LET GO

      Animating Park Avenue Armory with the sights, sounds, and movement of renowned interdisciplinary artist Nick Cave, The Let Go transforms the Armory’s Wade Thompson Drill Hall into a dance-based town hall that brings together visitors to participate in a collective act of catharsis. The Armory’s 2018 visual arts commission builds on Cave’s hybrid, [...]

NICHOLAS HLOBO

Lehmann Maupin is pleased to announce Ulwamkelo. For Nicholas Hlobo’s second exhibition with the gallery, the South African artist will show recent mixed media paintings and sculptures that merge his signature materials of ribbon, leather, wood, and rubber employed with conceptual specificity to address complex issues of identity. The title, Ulwamkelo, translates to The Welcoming, [...]

CELADON: YOSHIKAWA MASAMICHI

            If the Song Dynasty's five kilns (Guan ware kiln 官窯, Ge ware kiln 哥窯, Ru ware kiln 汝窯, Ting ware kiln 定窯, and Jun ware kiln 鈞窯) represent the height of Chinese classic porcelain making, contemporary Japanese ceramics enjoy the same national status today within Japan and around the world. The work [...]

CITYSCAPES

                Galerie Eva Presenhuber is pleased to announce its first exhibition with Martha Diamond, comprising a group of soaring, wet-on-wet oil paintings that evoke the skyscrapers of Manhattan, and one artists’ book. A lifelong New Yorker, Martha Diamond has spent decades breathing in, recording, and understanding the spaces, [...]

DELIRIOUS MATTER BY ARTIST DIANA AL-HADID

Six new sculptures were installed across Madison Square Park’s central Oval Lawn, peripheral lawns, and northern reflecting pool.Delirious Matter is the artist’s first major public art project. Artist Diana Al-Hadid (American, b. Aleppo, Syria 1981, lives and works in Brooklyn) created newly commissioned sculptures in Madison Square Park. Two wall works combined with rows of hedges [...]

RAVELLED THREADS

Sean Kelly is delighted to present Ravelled Threads, a thematic exhibition of recent work by ten artists from Africa who utilize fabric to create textiles, weavings, embroidery, performances and installations. These disparate artists are united in their backgrounds, both living and working throughout Africa. Each artist is distinguished by the diverse and complex relationships that [...]

SEUNG AE LEE: BECOMING

Christine Park Gallery presents a new body of works by London-based Korean artist Seung Ae Lee. In her first solo exhibition with the Gallery, Lee presents five drawing animations based on her well-known detailed pencil drawings and ten new drawing works. Lee’s trademark drawing animations explore the relationships between the drawn line, the imaginative transformation, [...]

ARTHUR JAFA-AIR ABOVE MOUNTAINS, UNKNOWN PLEASURES

  ABOUT THE ARTIST Artist, filmmaker, cinematographer, TNEG (motion picture studio) co-founder, Arthur Jafa was born in Tupelo, Mississippi and currently resides in Los Angeles. Jafa’s notable solo, group, gallery and museum exhibitions include Artists Space, New York, NY (1999); Okwui Enwezor’s traveling exhibition Mirror’s Edge, BildMuseet—University of Umea in Sweden / Vancouver Art Gallery, Canada / [...]

INTERNATIONAL SPOTLIGHT: FAVORITE PICK FROM VENICE ARCHITECTURE BIENNALE 2018

 Luxembourg: The Architecture of the Common Ground Luxembourg's exhibition looks at how, in a city where 92 per cent of land is privately owned, architecture can be more generous. Through a series of large models, it shows unrealized visions for buildings that are raised off the ground on stilts, creating public space below.     [...]