The Beauty in Things Gone Wrong: Barbara Long’s Artistic Experimentation

Madrid-based artist Barbara Long creates beauty from the mess of life, reveling in ‘things gone wrong.’

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Evolving Creativity: Carol Paik’s Artistic Journey

Lawyer. Writer. Visual Artist. Carol Paik has had a range of experiences throughout her history. Now, she is focusing her time and energy on the visual arts, a medium of communication that she is exploring in new and inventive ways.

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Quirks and Curiosities: Red Hook, Brooklyn

Red Hook has embraced the quirky, the curious, the strange, and it makes for an engrossing place to visit and explore.

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Arts Guide: NYC’s Lower East Side

Once an infamous hub of artistic freedom and creative expression, home to Basquiat and Allen Ginsberg, the Lower East Side is hardly the ugly stepsister of Manhattan’s west side.

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Conceptualizing the Consolarium

Musings on Amy Brener’s debut solo exhibition, on view now at Jack Barrett Gallery.

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View from the (Cutting) Edge

Gallerist Lorenzo Barone on the contemporary art scene and why Italy is the best country in the world.

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Finding the Third Dimension on Sixth Street: The Brant Foundation

Three dimensional art for our three dimensional world.

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Your Narcissism for Sale: Yayoi Kusama at MoCA Westport

Walking into the infinity room, it was as if Kusama had distilled the entire galaxy of stars into a single box.

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The NYC Gallery Scene: Where to Begin?

With over 600 galleries in New York City, how do you begin to decide where to visit and what to see? Luckily, there are people who can help you along the way! 

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