Untold Stories

Danish art Ole Aakjær‘s sole exhibition at Chase Contemporary New York and also part of the Art New York Show featured multilayered watercolor and ink paintings. Aakjær’s works are painted in a signature figurative style of highly structured compositions layered with symbolism. His inspiration comes from music, literature, film and photography imbued with abundant color… Continue reading Untold Stories

Emotional Support

James Rieck – Emotional Support exhibition at Lyons Wier Gallery, NY addresses and celebrates the relationship between people and pets. Rieck uses 1960s fashion, department store advertising, over saturated hues, unusual cropping and bold patterned backgrounds in his compositions. By directing you to the animal’s eyes not the human, the artist invites you to consider… Continue reading Emotional Support

Home

Home exhibition at The Peninsula New York honoring the notion of home, identity and community through original works by a curated selection of artists. All works are presented in conjunction with Lehmann Maupin Gallery, NY. Featured image: Ashley Bickerton – The Edge of Things, S. Pacific, 1993. Coral and canvas. Ashley Bickerton lives and works… Continue reading Home

Art New York

The fifth edition of Art New York was held at Pier 94 in NYC last week. The event was a showcase of works from artists around the world including contemporary galleries showing emerging, mid-career and cutting-edge talent.  Featured image: Anna Kincaide – Captured By Your Style, oil on canvas. JoAnne Artman Gallery, NY Parish Kohamin… Continue reading Art New York

Art Show

One of the largest gathering of art enthusiasts, dealers, interior designers, architects and others, Artexpo New York is back again for its 2019 installment with the theme of [TRANSFORM]. “Art is powerful. It challenges the status quo, changes our perceptions, and pushes us to see ourselves and others from a new perspective.” That is the… Continue reading Art Show

Fine Art Nature Photography

National Geographic Fine Art Gallery, the first in New York, showcases fine art photography through exclusive limited editions of National Geographic and National Geographic Magazine. Also 27 percent of all proceeds goes back to the nonprofit. Featured image: Robin Moore – Giraffernoon Tea, Nairobi, Kenya, 2015 Joel Sartore – Endangered White Bengal Tiger, Pantera tigris… Continue reading Fine Art Nature Photography