Posts in NYC art exhibition
Joe Reihsen's 'Structural Color' @The Hole

Contemporary art gallery in the Lower East Side, The Hole saw its second solo exhibit with Joe Reihsen open on March 8. Titled Structural Color, Reihsen is known for pioneering a new way of painting in the abstract.

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Kim Dorland's 'Same Old Future' @Arsenal Contemporary

Kim Dorland’s Same Old Future, currently showing at Arsenal Contemporary, comments on the strange relationship between humans and nature, and how interactions between the two show how disconnected they have become, while maintaining a reciprocal, if not necessarily constructive, relationship.

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Depicting Humanity: NYC Exhibitions January - February 2018

As issues of human rights and interpersonal to international conflict remain at the forefront of global conversation, one may turn to art as an outlet where complicated questions about individual and group consciousness can be considered. Here are 3 NYC gallery exhibitions in which artists confront humanity’s shortcomings and pose the potential for healing. 

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Judy Chicago’s ‘PowerPlay: A Prediction' at Salon 94

The current exhibition at Salon 94 in the Lower East Side of works by celebrated feminist artist, Judy Chicago, is a prime example of this very inherent value of art. Emerging out of the complex climate of the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s where the social discourse was significantly preoccupied with gender inequality and racial discrimination, Chicago’s works are as poignant today as they were then. 

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Feminine Space, Strength, & Sarcasm: Chelsea Art Exhibitions November ‘17

This month, several galleries in Chelsea showcase female artists who take inspiration from the personal and political place of women in today’s world.

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Morgan Blair and Alex Gardner at The Hole

The Hole launched opening season on the Lower East Side last night with stellar coinciding solo shows by two young painters; Morgan Blair and Alex Gardner. 

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