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
ArtLeadHer exhibition, “The Truth About Me” at Urban Zen New York feature works conceived through the perspective of 19 female-identifying and non-binary artists. Featured image by Tawny Chatmon
Jessica Lichtenstein’s solo exhibition at Winston Wächter Fine Art gallery in NY “A Perfect Storm”, is in response to the the past year’s many turmoils and our daily thoughts and anxieties about them. In the exhibition Lichtenstein created a lush forest with tree nymphs made clearer upon closer inspection. In addition to other works, most… Continue reading A Perfect Storm
Berry Campbell Gallery, NY solo exhibition of recent work by New York artist, Jill Nathanson was an exploration of color and experiences. Her colors consisted of unusual hues of overlapping layers of different translucency done by mixing and pouring paints on wood panels covered with gesso. Nathanson states: “I want the person looking to be… Continue reading Jill Nathanson: Light Phrase
A $1.6 billion transformation of the 1913 Beaux-Arts post office decades long project exceeded expectations of most visitors. The Moynihan Train Hall converts what used to be a mail-sorting hall inside the James A. Farley Building, formerly the General Post Office, across Eighth Avenue from Penn Station into a new home for Amtrak and LIRR… Continue reading Moynihan Train Hall Art
John Russell – Well, 2021 digital print on vinyl. Bridget Donahue Gallery, NY. “And all the Saved in paradiseCan look down on the Suffering Through the glass floor of heaven,As part of their rewardFor being virtuousIn their lives.And all the people in HellCan look upAnd see the Righteous looking down at themAnd laughing.” Vinyl print… Continue reading Well
Marveling at the latest iteration of Tom Friedman’s Looking Up sculpture, this one in Rockefeller Center, NY with Luhring Augustine New York and Stephen Friedman Gallery London. Always great to see public art even during heavy snow in NYC.
Wishing everyone a very Happy Holidays and a very Merry Christmas.
Glimpse of the lighting ceremony of the Rockefeller Tree Lighting ceremony in NYC last night. To avoid crowds due to COVID-19 you will have to get a reservation to view the tree, will be worth the wait.
Founded in 2013 by Dana Glaeser, Slightly Alabama is a brand of leather goods and a small atelier producing limited quantity leather bags, wallets, belts, cases and accessories. Along with Arthouse Books, this well curated store in NYC offers a mix of handcrafted American made goods, vintage records, first edition books and a few wonderful… Continue reading Slightly Alabama