Intersection Between Art and Design

The 11th Edition of Salon Art and Design kicked off at the Park Avenue Armory in New York City last Thursday. Over 2,500 visitors were there for the opening night preview with art and design collections from 52 galleries and 10 different countries. The finest 20th century art, design pieces — vintage, modern and contemporary… Continue reading Intersection Between Art and Design

Organic Architecture

What is Organic Architecture? Organic architecture is an approach to design that focuses on natural surroundings and sustainability, promoting harmony between human habitation and the natural world. First coined by Frank Lloyd Wright, Organic Architecture limits its infringement upon nature by coexisting alongside it, blending as seamlessly as possible into the surroundings. The current exhibition… Continue reading Organic Architecture

Casa Brasil in SoHo New York

Casa Brasil exhibition in SoHo, New York this month brought together some of the finest artisans and designers from Brazil. To much acclaim they were able to highlight their creativity, culture and craftsmanship in the various pieces on display. The exhibit had furniture and home decor pieces from 20+ companies and 22 Brazilian designers. Many… Continue reading Casa Brasil in SoHo New York

Fine Art at The Photography Show

The Photography Show presented by AIPAD in New York that ended yesterday was a visual feast of creative works from some of the finest photographers worldwide. The Show was held at Center415 in midtown with 49 galleries from 9 countries and 23 cities, all members of the prestigious Association of Photography and Art Dealers known… Continue reading Fine Art at The Photography Show

The Art of Fashion at Sotheby’s

At Sotheby’s auction house there is more than just art for sale. The Emporium, on view in their flagship New York location, is a new retail destination featuring luxury selections of mostly fashion items that are also works of art. The selection of handbags, jewelry, watches, clothing, sneakers, scarves and other curated items represent well-crafted… Continue reading The Art of Fashion at Sotheby’s

Former Flagship Pays Homage to Fine Art

The Winter Show 2022 (in spring) of fine art and antiques is held this year at the former flagship location of Barney’s New York at 660 Madison Avenue. The 68th edition of the Show runs through April 10, 2022 featuring over 60 exhibitors across four floors of the sprawling building. Walking through the exhibition, the… Continue reading Former Flagship Pays Homage to Fine Art

Robert Rauschenberg: Channel Surfing

Channel Surfing exhibition at Pace Gallery in NYC, focuses on the Robert Rauschenberg’s response to the rise of global media culture from the early 1980s to the mid-2000s, and a return to painting after taking a break from art. His new works combine his canvases with elements of photography, printmaking, and sculpture exploring of the… Continue reading Robert Rauschenberg: Channel Surfing

Imani Bilal – Behind the Veil: Musings of Muraqaba

Atlanta based contemporary abstract artist Imani Bilal is deeply inspired by her Islamic faith. Bilal states, “I strive to convey the notion of Tawheed (oneness), the idea of primordial matter, chaos, and calm; of all things sharing a source and being connected to an infinite mound, inclusive of the human experience.” Chase Contemporary, NY Featured… Continue reading Imani Bilal – Behind the Veil: Musings of Muraqaba

A Genius In His Hands

On his 87th birthday this year Lino Tagliapietra announced his retirement from active glass blowing. It has been an extraordinary 75-year career of craftsmanship where glass in his genius hands made way for many breathtaking designs. At Heller Gallery in NY the Journey exhibition showcases many of Tagliapietra’s brilliant works over the years. Featured image:… Continue reading A Genius In His Hands