• 17 Cuban artists: All That You Have Is Your Soul

    Friday, 2 February 2018 08:35

      Dear Abraham, Gallery 8 New York opens in Harlem next Thursday with an inaugural exhibition 17 Cuban artists from FACTION Art Projects. The exhibition, All That You Have Is Your Soul (Feb 2 – March 10) curated by Armando Marino and Meyken Barreto is a group show of 17 artists, all of whom are […]

  • Currents: Abortion A.I.R Gallery January 4-February 4

    Wednesday, 31 January 2018 07:20

      Abortion is our country’s Scarlet Letter, an impassioned “A” writ large on our conscience. We shame, blame and deny women their right to self-determination to live, love and when to have or not have children. Although this January is the 45th year anniversary of the Supreme Court Ruling legalizing abortion, there have been, as […]


    Tuesday, 2 January 2018 22:08

    CURRENTS an exhibition in which artists respond to the theme of ABORTION. In this turbulent moment in history, abortion remains a signifier of people’s ownership over their bodies, being as urgent a subject as any of the issues that now consume us. The exhibition includes depictions of choice, loss, and anger; works of fecundity, disease, […]

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    Louise Bourgeois at MOMA

    Tuesday, 24 October 2017 00:55

    The MOMA exhibit, Louise Bourgeois: An Unfolding Portrait, showcases the prints, books, and creative process of the celebrated sculptor Louise Bourgeois (1911–2010). Bourgeois’s printed work is huge in variety and includes approximately 1,200 printed compositions, created mainly in the last two decades of her life but also at the beginning of her career, in the […]

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    Whitney: History of Protests

    Tuesday, 17 October 2017 00:46

    An Incomplete History of Protest is a new exhibition of works from the Whitney’s collection, examining how artists from the 1940s to the present have confronted the political and social issues of their day. The featured artists see their work as essential to challenging established thought and creating a more equitable culture. The exhibition brings […]

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    Guggenheim: 71 Chinese Artists in America

    Monday, 16 October 2017 23:34

    The Guggenheim Museum’s exhibition, Art and China after 1989, presents work by 71 key artists and groups who have been active in China and around the globe. Starting in 1989 and spanning through the Beijing Olympics of 2008, the exhibition covers the culture of artistic experimentation during a time characterized by the onset of globalization […]

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    Art Invades North Korea

    Wednesday, 27 September 2017 00:58

    The Ethan Cohen Gallery is presenting Mina Cheon’s solo exhibition UMMA : MASS GAMES – Motherly Love North Korea, curated by Nadim Samman, and sending art to North Korea. The exhibition takes place during a time when there has been a war of words between North Korean and U.S. leaders. With this exhibition, Cheon establishes […]

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    Guggenheim Bilbao celebrates 20th birthday with Bill Viola

    Monday, 3 July 2017 16:04

    Retrospective honours US artist who sparked museum’s commitment to video art A major Bill Viola retrospective opening today (30 June) at the Museo Guggenheim Bilbao marks the US video artist’s “special connection” to the museum, says its director Juan Ignacio Vidarte. He describes the show, which runs until 9 November, as a highlight of the […]

  • ALAN VEGA Keep IT Alive

    Keep IT Alive

    Tuesday, 27 June 2017 20:33

    Keep IT Alive is an exhibition of Alan Vega’s final work, a suite of haunting large-scale paintings he had completed just before his death in July, 2016. The paintings, each composed of a central figure (often disfigured, deformed, or viewed askance) and presented against an obscured and chaotic backdrop, are an extension of the small-scale, […]

  • The British Pavillion on May 10, 2017 the first preview day of the Venice Biennale in Venice, Italy. Photograph by Casey Kelbaugh

    Why Old Women Have Replaced Young Men as the Art World’s Darlings

    Tuesday, 20 June 2017 17:17

    Shared via Artsy | Artsy Editorial By Anna Louie Sussman Alex Logsdail, international director of Lisson Gallery, remembers the first time his father encountered Carmen Herrera’s work. It was 2008, and the painter Tony Bechara had brought some of her canvases to London for the Pinta art fair. None of them sold, says Logsdail, but […]

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