The six artists whose works are currently found at Lichtundfire, the Lower East Side gallery, all deal with the sidereal dissonance produced by the clashing of galaxies. Their art consists of visual noise that may or may not be coherent or free-form. Capturing celestial events in the universe is more […]
Veteran New York artist Mary Hrbacek also has a rural house in northern Vermont. So she is close to nature, and to the woods especially, as this strong show of art, called “Human Nature: Pefka and Sycamore,” about trees with a human presence demonstrates. The black-and-white painted drawings of human-tree […]
Paul Kasmin Gallery is presenting a selection of forty collages by Max Ernst, a number of which are being shown publicly for the first time, emphasizes the innovative importance of the artist’s contribution to the genre, along with the recognition that collage was central to Ernst’s creativity from the start. […]
This show of large-scale works do not emphasize geographical particularity in any way; instead, they reflect his ongoing interest and exploration in regard to human themes, in ways that cannot be tied easily to either Asian or American culture. The works, mostly a mixture of abstractions made up of what […]
ARTIST TALK (also addressing climate change): FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 2020 from 6:30 – 8:30 PM Curated by gallery director Priska Juschka, “Remember When It Winter Was” is a collection of works by seven artists (five women and two men), whose colors and imagery demonstrate the influence of wintry visuals in […]
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