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 [...]

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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 [...]

COLORFUL LINE

RICHARD TAITTINGER GALLERY is excited to present Colorful Line, a solo exhibition of works by the acclaimed Cameroonian artist Pascale Marthine Tayou, curated by Jérôme Sans in collaboration with GALLERIA CONTINUA, San Gimignano / Beijing / Les Moulins / Habana. This is the most ambitious and comprehensive exhibition of Pascale Mar thine Tayou ’s work [...]

UKRAINIAN MUSEUM BRINGS IMPORTANT RETROSPECTIVE TO NYC

                An exhibition of Yaroslava Surmach Mills' (1925–2008)  wide-ranging work, it showcases more than eighty objects including glass paintings, etchings, icons, books, a selection of her pysanky (Ukrainian Easter eggs), and drawings. Examples of the stained-glass windows she designed, as well as other images, are presented in visual [...]

STATE OF THE ARTS NYC FOCUS PICKS FOR THE ARMORY SHOW

            Since 1957, Nitsch has been addressing the intensification of human existence through his ritualistic performance art, most prominently “The Orgien Mysterien Theater.” With more than 100 performances to date, these staged Dionysian performances are replete with mock religious sacrifices and crucifixion, blood, entrails, robes, dance and nude participants. Religious [...]

KATHLEEN WHITE CLOSING AT MARTOS AND SHOWING AT PIONEER WORKS

       Martos Gallery presented A Year of Firsts, the gallery’s first solo exhibition with The Estate of Kathleen White. White’s practice was in many ways about “the story of a gift.” Before passing away in 2014, much of her work was in response to her love for the family of friends she surrounded herself [...]

SHINJI MURAKAMI AT CATINCA TABACARU GALLERY IN THE LOWER EAST SIDE

Shinji Murakami’s new body of work moves from the exploration of the pixel as a 2D or 3D part of a whole in painting and sculpture, to its position as a point of LED light within a composition of pixels arranged within a limited grid. In line with his life-long interest in 1980s video games, [...]

DIAMOND STINGILY

                Stingily's work explores various themes of racial identity and feminity, memory and childhood, iconography, surveillance and paranoia as well as freedom. Much of her work is in direct response to her "social and economic background" growing up in West Chicago. Critics have reviewed her first two exhibitions favorably. [...]

ATTACHE-MOI: ICI & LA.

                                LMAKbooks+design is excited to present an olfactory installation premiering Ici & Là, the fourth fragrance of the ATTACHE-MOI collection, which is conceptualized by Olivia Bransbourg. For Ici & Là, Bransbourg collaborated with renowned perfumer Shyamala Maisondieu and artist Marie-Luce Nadal. [...]

CHA CHA’S HOUSE OF ILL REPUTE

Lower East Side Dina Pisani began studying the craft of millinery in 1994 under the tutelage of the highly regarded milliner, Anne Allbrizzio. After completing the millinery program at FIT she began designing for private clients. She later started collaborating with the East Village designer Mark Montano. With Mark she could stretch her talents and [...]