The Other Art Fair in Brooklyn presented by Saatchi Art, is back in-person featuring a curated selection of independent artists from all over the world. With a wide range of prices starting from as little as $150, there are many choices for first time buyers, seasoned buyers and gallery owners. The fair runs thru July… Continue reading A Brooklyn Gem
There is always something you can do to make this world a better place especially by helping others. One of those things is to help continue the great work of Holiday House, the event founded by Interior Designer Iris Danker who has devoted herself to raising funds for the prevention and cure of breast cancer.… Continue reading Coming Together – Holiday House Hamptons 2021
For those who love a well designed home, no matter the size (or the size of your bank account), you can add great functional pieces that does double duty as art. Using the right mix of pieces will enhance any home making it even more beautiful. Especially with this past year people are paying more… Continue reading Home Decor as Art
Ready for some optimism, fun, color and fashion? Not to mention putting the last year very far in the rear view mirror? Yes! That was the feeling from attending my first in person shows since the pandemic: Cabana (women) in Miami Beach and Liberty Fairs (men) in the same venue at the Miami Beach Convention… Continue reading It’s Good To Be Back!
New York City honoring all the essential workers during the pandemic in the Canyon of Heroes, very fitting.
South African ceramic artist Katherine Glenday’s porcelain works explore the contrasts of organic textures on soft skin-like surfaces. These elegant and delicate pieces seem paper-light in appearance, almost as if they would float away and break in a light breeze defying the materiality of the porcelain. Glenday manages this by stretching the porcelain to its… Continue reading Rationalities
Going back to nature in Aitkin, Minnesota, time to relax and reset.
Meet New York City’s newest public park, Little Island, on the Hudson River off Pier 54. Little Island is located in Hudson River Park and was once home to the Lenape tribe. Between 1910 and 1935, Pier 54 operated the British Cunard-White Star line, serving as a point of departure and return for trans-Atlantic ocean… Continue reading Little Island NYC
New York-based artist Tim Wilson’s solo exhibition Between Either and Or at Nathalie Karg Gallery, NY, presented works that embrace pre-modernist modes of painting of domestic interiors gleaned from television and film. Featured image:Stairway I, 2021 oil on paper mounted on linen stretched panel
Visionary artist and photographer Gordon Parks (1912-2006) was witness to the life and turmoil of Black Americans that continues to influence American culture to this day. Jack Shainman Gallery, NY in collaboration with the Gordon Parks Foundation mounted the ‘Half and the Whole’ exhibition, featuring photographs that span from 1942–1970. Many of those images are… Continue reading Gordon Parks: Half And The Whole