Sterling's work explores the past, present, and future of lower class neighborhoods and he delivers a poetically energized performance. Check out our full gallery of shots from the show.
New Release Gallery presents Gerald Sheffield’s first solo exhibition in New York, "Democratic Paradox." Check out our full gallery of shots from the show.
Rico Gatson is a brilliant artist that creates a cohesive body of work while exploring multiple mediums, including painting, drawing, video, and sculpture. Check out our full gallery of shots from his latest show.
Curator Larry Ossei-Mensah brings together 3 talented Midwest artists, Caroline Kent, Basil Kincaid, and Esau McGhee for a brilliant exhibition titled, "On the Road", at Jenkins Johnson Projects NY. See our photos from the opening.
Sidequest Gallery Brooklyn presents 'Triangles And The Shapes In Between', a solo exhibition of work by Scarlett Lingwood. Her first solo show in the United States.
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Fresh from the debut of his second solo show titled "Paranoia's Midnight", artist Marvin Touré gave us some insight into the process of developing the show, black identity and mental health, and some of the deeper meanings behind the art.
Rico Gatson and Baseera Khan both draw from political and cultural information pertaining to their backgrounds, and create works that echo memory and history. Check out our full gallery of shots from the show.
Jack Shainman Gallery presents "If a Tree Falls", an exhibition of new work by Nick Cave. Check out our photos from the exhibit at the 20th street location.
Our collection photos from our recent visit to the International Group Show "Environmental Food Chain" Food for Thought at RE:ARTISTE.
Antony Zito is a talented artist and a co-founder of the Annual Governors Island Art Fair. Many of these portraits are of women Zito knows personally but also some who inspire from afar. Zito brings strength and light to his figures and has a very strong eye for finding objects to use as canvas. Check out our full gallery of images from the opening night.
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Though Kara Walker seemed to be making political statements on the gallery walls, her artist statement and the show title were in my opinion the most politically charged. You can feel her resentment for being the poster child for black contemporary art and racial politics in art. The show itself seemed like a response to the art world hype; basically saying Kara Walker's work is dope, we hate the criticism but love the hype.