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Photographer Kenneth Willardt: The Beauty Book
Back in 2003, photographer Kenneth Willardt purchased a corner building in the far west of NYC's Chelsea neighborhood, a hub for the arts and creative industries. Over 10 years later, the space still functions as both his 558 Gallery and a personal...
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STORY + Shop Small: Home for the Holidays
Advertorial content: One of our favorite NYC retailers STORY is presenting "Home for the Holidays" with the support of Shop Small, the initiative founded by American Express. This holiday shopping experience features products from over 200 small...
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David Reuben: "Kings & Corpses"
On 22 October, fine artist and filmmaker David King Reuben will make his US debut at 532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel in Chelsea, NYC. The show will feature his large-scale, figure-focused paintings paired with photographer Dominic White's black and...
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RISD MFA Photography Show at ClampArt
The Rhode Island School of Design 2013 MFA Graduate Show opened last night at the ClampArt gallery in Chelsea. The show is comprised of the work of six RISD graduate students whose photography is as offbeat as it is engaging. Though each photographer...
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The Artis Shuk at NADA NYC
Popping up in Miami during Art Basel for nearly a decade now, New York-based NADA (New Art Dealers Alliance) brought the show closer to home this year. The non-profit wisely timed their alternative art fair to run alongside the NYC debut of Frieze...
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Anyone and No One
Currently at the Paul Kasmin Gallery, "Anyone and No One" is an exhibition that tests the limits of scale and complexity. The three pieces that compose the show are situated in both of Paul Kasmin's two Chelsea locations—a first for the gallery...
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I Feel Lucky
Debuting a series of self portraits at NYC's Clamp Gallery today, Frank Yamrus returns from a photographic hiatus after several years of soul searching from out behind the camera. "I Feel Lucky" marks the photographer's response to his mid-life...
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Peter Halley Studio Visit
Earlier this month, one of New York CIty's native artists, Peter Halley, invited some members of the press into his studio for a preview of his new works. For over 25 years Halley has painted his "prisons" and "cells," reflecting the "increasing...
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Small Is Beautiful
Thankfully, not everyone has outgrown the shoebox dioramas of their school days. Opening today, 12 May 2010, at Manhattan's Murphy and Dine gallery, "Small Is Beautiful" showcases miniature cities painstakingly constructed by five artists. Curated...
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