Category Archives: Exhibits
The New York City art scene is getting ready to welcome the London based contemporary art fair Frieze. A custom structure designed for the fair by architecture/design firm SO – IL, will be set up on Randall’s Island for the four day event. The fair is sponsored by Deutsche Bank and will feature 182 galleries from 30 countries that include Greene Naftali, Cheim & Read, Maccarone, White Cube, David Zwirner and Hauser & Wirthand Team Gallery.
Keith Haring is one of the best-known American artists of the 20th century. New York City was a large canvas for Haring who created many pop-art murals around the city. From now until July 8, The Brooklyn Museum will present the first major exhibition that explores Haring’s early years.
The exhibit will chronicle his works from his first days in New York City
The Ten Commandments is a set of principles that play a fundamental role in Judaism and Christianity. This holiday season, the Ten Commandments leather parchment scroll dating back 2,000 years will be on display at the Discovery Times Square Exposition as part of its Dead Sea Scrolls: Life and Faith in Biblical Times exhibition. The exhibition will run until January 2. Tickets are $27 for adults.
The Brooklyn Navy Yard at BLDG 92 is open and ready to celebrate it’s rich past, present and future. BLDG 92 tells the Yard’s story, from it’s use by the Native Americans to its role in the American Revolution. There were many naval ships designed in the yard since the time it was launched in 1801 and BLDG 92, presents its rebirth as an industrial center 165 years later.
New York City photographer Rose Hartman, has been capturing epic moments in fashion, style, and culture for more than 30 years. Incomparable Women of Style: Selections from the Rose Hartman Photography Archives, 1977-2011, is an exhibition at the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) that features a complete archive of Hartman’s images that were snapped at fashion shows, parties, clubs, and openings.
Sophisticated, elegant and provocative, Harper’s Bazaar is the fashion resource for women who are the first to buy the best, from casual to couture. The success of Harper’s Bazaar over the last 10 years is due to the Editor in Chief, Glenda Bailey. Bailey along with Creative Director Stephan Gan, have carried on the magazine’s tradition of publishing innovative, high-impact photography of top models and A-list stars.
A new exhibition at the New Museum entitled “Experience”, will feature the first New York survey exhibition of German artist, Carsten Höller. The exhibition features a new light installation, disorienting architectural environments, a spectacular mirrored carousel and more.
The Yoko Ono exhibition, titled “Uncursed, is an installation of nine doors and figurative transparent sculptures which form the nucleus of her second solo exhibition at Galerie Lelong. “These are the doors that we opened and closed to go through life,” Ono explained. “There were many doors that blocked us. But we opened them, and we went through. This is the journey to uncurse yourself.”
The Gagosian Gallery will be presenting an exhibition of portraits by Andy Warhol of the late Elizabeth Taylor. Taylor was a friend of the great artist Warhol in the 1970′s and 1980′s. Her eccentric life provided Warhol with the perfect muse for vivid silkscreen portraiture. The works that will be displayed were derived from press clippings, publicity shots and film stills.
The Latino List explores the meaning of “Latino” in the twenty-first century with portraits of some of the most accomplished and influential Latinos from the worlds of culture, politics, business, and sports. The Brooklyn Museum exhibit offers a unique look into the lives and culture of Hispanic America through the lens of Timothy Greenfield-Sanders.