We stepped to the dynamic and ever-changing Whitney Museum of American Art to see the newly-opened Andy Warhol – From A to B and Back Again, as well as revisit what’s opened and closing soon.
The controversial yet consistent Japanese photographer gets a expansive, if gentle, retrospective at the Museum of Sex in NYC. On view until August 31, 2018. Photography by Dalton Taylor
Wonmin Park ‘s first solo exhibition in the USA at ultra-chic Carpenters Workshop Gallery is a celebration of technicality and patience.
Nearly 150 works make up Michelangelo: Divine Draftsman and Designer, now on view at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art Tisch Galleries. Open until February 12, 2018.
We visit and reflect on the after-hours final viewing of two exhibits at SculptureCenter in Long Island City.
We stopped by NADA New York 2017, the New Art Dealer’s Alliance, for the annual show at Skylight Clarkson Square. Here are five artists worth keeping in mind.
Here is the review for “Andy Warhol: Self Portraits (Fright Wigs)”, on view now at Skarstedt Gallery until April 22, 2017.
We review famed artist Bjarne Melgaard’s new show “The Casual Pleasure of Disappointment” at Red Bull Arts New York.
Audi hosts private preview of “Dreamlands: Immersive Cinema and Art, 1905–2016” at the Whitney Museum in NYC. We offer a review of the groundbreaking show sponsored by Audi.
We stopped by the debut of artist in residence Domingo Zapata at Upstairs on Rivington, part of Hotel on Rivington in the Lower East Side.