Open Shutter, is now up at the recently re-opened MOMA. If you're able to get to the show, it's a must see-- it lends a new visualization to the perception of passing time.
Martin Klimas: Temporary Sculpture
by Jonah Samson
Martin Klimas may carefully control his studio environment, but his pictures are greatly left to chance. With a strobe light and one sheet of film, Klimas captures each individual experience of a porcelain figurine being dropped and obliterated...
NYC Photoblogging Exhibit
by Josh Rubin
Next Thursday Night at the Apple Store in SoHo will be an exhibit of photos from 7 local Photobloggers. To preview work from the exhibitors, follow the links on the NYC Photobloggers site . NYC Photobloggers 26 February 2004, 6pm SoHo Apple Store...
Flying liquid paint splashes captured by Japanese photographer Shinichi Maruyama
by Roman Espejo
Splashes of tempura paint come to an arresting standstill in "Gardens," the latest project by Japanese artist Shinichi Maruyama on exhibition at Manhattan's Bruce Silverstein Gallery. With high-speed photography and the spontaneous gestures of action...
Sze Tsung Leong: Horizons
by Jonah Samson
Over the past seven years, Sze Tsung Leong has produced a series of photographs called "Horizons," which provide an expansive view of different environments from across the globe. On view at the Yossi Milo Gallery in New York through 17...
Robert Restaurant at the Museum of Arts and Design
by Karen Day
On the ninth floor of NYC's new Museum of Arts & Design, the even newer restaurant Robert adds a definitively modern look inside the controversial building. The dining spot, opened just a week ago, offers sweeping views of Manhattan, all the...
Christian Jankowski: Living Sculptures
by Brian Fichtner
Part of the Public Art Fund's current programming, Christian Jankowski's Living Sculptures, on view in the Doris Freedman Plaza in Central Park through April 2009, is a must see for New Yorkers and visitors alike. Essentially statues of people...
by Tim Yu
With new works from Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and China, Tiger Translate is a group exhibition featuring 25 emerging Asian artists that are redefining contemporary Asia through their artwork and interpretations. Featuring contributions by Stephen...
On Location: Chinatown and Lower East Side, NYC
by Ami Kealoha
by Naomi Nevitt While the Lower East Side has savored its fair share of hype over the past few years—from the rebellious beginnings as a skate-punk mecca to its recent emergence as a blue chip design destination—the area south of Delancey...
The Modern Wing at the Art Institute
A beautiful building housing modern classics
by David Graver
The crown jewel of Chicago's art world, the Art Institute holds the second largest collection of fine art in the country. Though the museum is known for its collection of impressionist and post-impressionist works (don't miss the permanent Pritzker...
Dukes of Hazardous Unabomber
by Josh Rubin
In New York this weekend? Don't miss this fascinating installation at Rare Gallery through Saturday. Chris Larson's massive sculpture, entitled PAUSE, is a full-size representation of the Dukes of Hazzard '69 Dodge Charger crashing...
Hudson River Piling Project Preview
by CH Contributor
by Ariston Anderson Figurative sculptor Joan Benefiel decided to further beautify one of Hudson River's scenic piers with a new installation of sculptures to be mounted atop abandoned pilings. The Hudson River Park, stretching five miles up Manhattan...
Dalek and Mars-1 at Jonathan LeVine Gallery
by Tim Yu
Brooklyn-based artist, Dalek (James Marshall) and San Francisco-based Mars-1 (Mario Martinez) held a joint opening at New York's Jonathan LeVine Gallery this past weekend in a West side/East coast clash of sorts. Originally graffiti artists...