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Exploring Words and Destruction with "Extracts"
by Jorge Grimberg Currently on view at New York's No Romance Galleries is "Extracts," an exhibition curated by Tim Strazza that features work by three artists on one common theme: the exploration of negative space through paper, words and deconstruction...
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DKNY Jeans + Raat City Present "New Art City" Group Show
It all began with a taxi ride. Carlos Santolalla, a photographer working under the moniker Raat City, had just finished modeling in DKNY's FW '14 runway show and an unexpected opportunity appeared. "After we did the show," he shares with CH, "I...
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That Obscure Object of Desire
It all begins with Luis Buñuel. The Spanish filmmaker's 1977 masterpiece not only lends its name to a new group exhibition opening at NYC's Luxembourg & Dayan gallery, but also the inspiration behind unifying disparate artists with a universal subject...
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Three Summer Photography Shows
As the art season slows down for the summer months and galleries take a breather from the rush of global art fairs, many gallerists take this time to identify and unify themes that reflect some of the concepts being expressed by contemporary artists...
DESIGN
London Design Festival 2013: Hunting & Narud
by LinYee Yuan Rough quarry granite, matte steel and a highly polished copper mirror are the elements that make up one of the most visible design objects at this year's London Design Festival. The sculptural Copper Mirrors series from Norwegian...
CULTURE
James Joyce at The Breed Show
Graphic artist James Joyce—not to be confused with the deceased Irish avant-garde writer—is well known for his bright and colorful—but always reductive—graphic and typographic artwork. He's a regular contributor to publications such as the New York...
CULTURE
INSIGHTS III
After another year of intense traveling for their respective crafts, artists and longtime friends Sandro Kopp, Stefan Strumbel, SMASH137, Andreas von Chrzanowki and Ruediger Glatz are meeting up in Heidelberg for their third annual group show, INSIGHTS...
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New Work by Ray Caesar
A woman sits nonchalantly in a bland office chair under an interrogatory fluorescent light, with her long bare legs crossed in front of her. She appears to be some demonic temptress of a business woman, fixing us with a stare over horn-rimmed glasses...
DESIGN
Bon Voyager
While exploring the many hubs at London Design Festival last month we came across "Bon-Voyager," a modest display of creative concept products by a select group of young Korean designers. Supported by Korea Design Membership, a government-run initiative...
CULTURE
Détournement: Signs of the Times
Carlo McCormick, senior editor of PAPER Magazine and co-author of "Trespass: A History of Uncommissioned Urban Art," recently unveiled his curated show at Jonathan LeVine Gallery in New York. "Détournement: Signs of the Times" is an exhibition...
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Systemic
An innovative group exhibition, "Systemic" at Carolina Nitsch Project Room tasked seven artists to submit work representative of their relationship to process and organization. The result is a mixed bag of takes on systems and structures that range...
DESIGN
Love It or Leave It
The second-floor space at Gallery R'Pure has been transformed into a visual conversation about what America means today. "Love It or Leave It" explores notions of consumerism, patriotism, religion and the suburban dream through the critical eyes...
DESIGN
SCALE at Noho Design District
For this year's Noho Design District, part of New York's Design Week, we've teamed up with our friends at Architizer and Dwell to present SCALE, a collection of objects and prototypes that explore the relationship of furniture and architecture...
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Resolve
The first in a series of artist-curated exhibitions at NYC's Joshua Liner Gallery, "Resolve" gathers together the peers and influencing figures of the highly skilled painter Tony Curanaj. Each of the 25 contemporary artists included in the group...
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Gʉilty / (NOT) Guilty
In the forthcoming group show "Gʉilty / (NOT) Guilty," art critic and curator Sarah Schmerler brings together four talented artists for a cohesive display of works surrounding the play on words that the title implies. Turning guilt instead into a...
DESIGN
Prototypes
In conjunction with Vancouver's Interior Design Show West last week, local design firm Burnkit launched Prototypes, showcasing the process of a group of notable Vancouver-based designers. The smartly-curated exhibit, impeccably staged within Burnkit...
CULTURE
Post 9-11
As its name suggests, OHWOW's "Post 9-11" show presents work by nine New York-based artists whose pieces are evocative of the mixed American mood following the attacks on that day in September 2001. While none of the work addresses the pivotal event...
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A Place In The Sun: Picturing California
The American Dream is familiar enough territory, but what of the allure of the West? The group show "A Place in the Sun: Picturing California" highlights Los Angeles photographers, some native and others transplants, who explore the Caliifornia dream...
DESIGN
Joy of Living
After the British design curator Max Fraser lost his mother to cancer a few years ago, he vowed to do something to help others fight the disease; the Joy of Living project is his contribution. Design-focused through and through, the project raises...
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Hueless
With a mission of reinvigorating Chelsea's once youthful and vibrant art scene, Mallick Williams (daughter-in-law of actor Robin Williams) launched Mallick Williams & Co. in November of 2010. In the short time since opening, the upstart has already...
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Cover Version (LP)
Skindeep approximations, deceitful marketing ploys, masterpieces of graphic design—cover art's slippery role gets a tribute in Cover Version (LP), curator and artist Timothy Hull's second show to take up the theme. The first, held at Los...
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Multiplayer
"Multiplayer" relives the beauty and simplicity of the '80s arcade with a group show—including the likes of Dave Perillo, The Silent Giants, Mike Budai and more—atGallery 1988's newly-opened westside location. Sponsored by OMG Posters...
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Prince George Art Show
Armed with an "if you build it they will come" attitude, psychologist Ilana Simons curated the upcoming group show at the Prince George Gallery with the vision of creating an "instant art collective." In a similar vein to a pop-up shop, the exhibit...
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Chris Johanson, Charley Harper and Matt Keegan
While on first blush the three artists currently showing at San Francisco's Altman Siegel gallery all appear to have different techniques and themes, the exhibit compares their "meticulous use of materials" and often witty conceptual works. The show...
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