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DUMBO’s First Thursday Gallery Walk

It is that time of the month again! If you are in New York, please join us tonight as we head to Brooklyn for DUMBO’s First Thursday Gallery Walk and enjoy a festive night filled with art, culture and amazing people. This month we’ve also teamed up with the amazing meetup ART IS CULTURE ( […]

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The Manhattan Bridge, View From Dumbo, Brooklyn, New York by Vivienne Gucwa

1st Thursdays DUMBO Gallery Walk

Don’t forget, this evening kicks off the summer season of DUMBO’s First Thursday Gallery Walk.  The festivities will include music and entertainment alongside the vibrant galleries that make this night such hit. Join us for an enjoyable night of art appreciation at some of DUMBO’s best known galleries such as Bose Pacia Gallery, Minus Space, Mighty […]

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Self Potrait with Felt Hat (C19)

Van Gogh Up Close exhibit

In Philadelphia, one of the most widely visited museums to check out visual art is Philadelphia’s very own Museum of Art. The Museum of Art is one of the largest museums in the country and is one of the most beautiful attractions in Philadelphia. From now until May 6th, the Art Museum will be hosting Van Gogh Up Close, an exhibit that will be […]

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Three Flags by Jasper Johns

Whitney Biennial Visit

Many of those who know me, know that I am not shy about stating the obvious. For instance: If you invite me to a party and the party is boring, I am not going to lie to you and say “It’s an O.K. party”, which will be the polite thing to say. I am going […]

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Hangin’ in There

It’s not every day that a former pro skater unveils a gallery’s worth of work, let alone a gallery’s worth of work that’s good. Well the day has come and Steve Olson, a bigwig in late 70’s skating, showed off his latest work at the Known Gallery in L.A.entitled Hagin’. While you might think the title refers to hanging […]

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Daisuke Sakaguchi to take part in The Big Egg Hunt 2012

Sakaguchi, along with 199 other artists will take part in London’s Big Egg Hunt which will have the artists decorating massive eggs to be scattered throughout the city. Sakaguchi’s intricate style will be a pleasure to see on such a large and interesting surface; I can’t imagine how long it will take to appreciate every […]

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Cindy Sherman hits MoMa

A career retrospective of one of the most important photographers of the last 50 years, Cindy Sherman, opened yesterday at the Museum of Modern Art with 175 images spanning her entire career. What I like most about Sherman’s body of work is her ability to meld disciplines and recreate herself time and time again. Her […]

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Summer Olympics Could Spell Drought for London’s Art

With the summer Olympics approaching fast, there is much commotion surrounding the tourism that follows such an event; both good and bad. The Art News Paper reports that more than six million visitors are expected to be in London during the summer for the Games and that almost all the art venues within London expect […]

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Contemporary Azerbaijani Art Takes off in London

My knowledge of Azerbaijan is probably as limited as the next person; because of this ignorance, one that I’m sure isn’t too irregular throughout the States, Artnet’s highlight on Azerbaijani artists is all the more important and interesting (what little is known about the country itself, probably dwarfs whatever is known about their art). A […]

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