Sculpture

in Art Exhibition, Emerging Artists, Exhibitions, Openings, Painting, Photography, Sculpture

The Little Deaths – An Affair of Intimate Works

Flyer artwork by Dan Estabrook Anagnorisis Fine Arts and Shadow's Space are pleased to announce an exhibition featuring works that explore the visceral and intellectual foundations behind the well-known French term, ?La Petit Mort? or ?The Little Death?. Dramatically referring to orgasmic fainting spells or spiritual release, the term evokes the darker, and perhaps more realistic ... Continue reading ›

in Art Exhibition, Emerging Artists, Events, Exhibitions, NYC, Openings, Sculpture

Paper Cut Allegory

Molly Bosley In Which She Revealed Her Characteristic Energy scherenschnitte cut paper in wooden diorama 8x8x7 At first glance, the shapes in Molly's paper-cut works of art remind me of the illustrations in the story books my Grandmother used to keep for me on her pastel bookshelves. Yet the thought-provoking titles catch me off-guard by hinting at much deeper ... Continue reading ›

in Art Exhibition, Emerging Artists, Exhibitions, Sculpture

Makes You Blink…

Image by Diane Landry, "Mandalas in Series Blue Decline" 2002, bottles of water, laundry basket, motors, aluminum, wood, halogen lamp. Courtesy of Diane Landry Ah, serendipity! In August, artist Carrie Ann Baade sent me a link to the Ise Cultural Foundation's website telling me I should check out their program and perhaps get involved. I was very ... Continue reading ›

in Competitions, Events, Illustration, NYC, Painting, Photography, project, Sculpture

Call For Entries // Burning Man Juried Exhibition

Brooklynartproject.com is proud to announce our latest project - a juried competition for Burning Man 2008 in collaboration with wdydwyd.com and Working With Artists - Denver. This is one of the world?s largest and most avant-garde art festivals, attended by ... Continue reading ›

in Brooklyn, Events, Painting, Performance art, Photography, Sculpture, Video

EVENT: “Mixed Emotions” at Brooklyn Fire Proof

Opening:  Friday, February 1, 2008Exhibition open until March 23, 2008Venue:  Brooklyn Fire ProofShow:  Mixed Emotions, group show curated by Sophia Dixon Brooklyn Fire Proof is pleased to present Mixed Emotions, a group show curated by Sophia Dixon. Muffy Brandt Arrington de Dionyso Antonia Dixon Max Eisenberg Andrea Lilienthal Haley O'Connor Rob Rhee Erika Somogyi Quinn Taylor Alice Valenti Jacques Vidal Mixed Emotions is a gathering of drawing, ... Continue reading ›

in Illustration, Painting, Rising Stars, Sculpture, Street art

Ad Infinitum

Ian "Infinity" Farrell has been walking the streets of New York since the late 80s, leaving marks that represent an indeterminable end and beginning.  With orange oil sticks in hand, he laces mundane corners of building facades with symbols and equations.  He is a loose mad scientist who absolves existing layers of stencil, wheat paste, spray ... Continue reading ›

in Brooklyn, Events, Illustration, Japan, LES, NYC, Painting, Photography, Rising Stars, Sculpture, Stencil, Street art, Tokyo, Video, Vinyl toys

BEHIND THE SEEN IN BUSHWICK

Behind the Seena group exhibition curated by Michael De Feoat AD HOC ARTDecember 13th, 2007 through January 20th, 2008Opening Reception: December 13th, 7pm-9pm A collection of artists and artist collectives, all who highly regard the street as their canvas fiercely decontextualized on the basis of medium. FROM AD HOC ART: Assembling a group of well known street artists from ... Continue reading ›

in Brooklyn, Events, Illustration, NYC, Painting, Performance art, Photography, Portland, Rising Stars, Sculpture, Seattle, Stencil, Street art, Tokyo, Video

Flying South – Miami Aqua Hotel (4 of 4)

2007 holds the count for 22 satellite art fairs that are taking place in addition to Art Basel Miami Beach.  Sensory overload is a luxury.  Art fairs certainly provides an insight to trends in painting, drawing, installation, sculpture, installation, photography, video and performance.  In addition to trends in mediums, it also allows you to see art ... Continue reading ›