Monthly Archives: February 2016

Must-See Exhibit: OY/YO

One sculpture, two faces. Deborah Kass’s huge, bold yellow sculpture on the bank in Brooklyn has a statement whichever way you see it. “Yo, welcome to Brooklyn!” or “Oy, you’re not really thinking of going into Manhattan, are you?” Commissioned … Continue reading

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Noboo Kawaguchi “<3s" New York

Brooklyn Public Library’s Central Branch is looking a lot like its community right now, and that’s down to the current display of art there right now. Noboo Kawaguchi’s collection, “I ❤ NEW YORK,” is vivid and bold and features the … Continue reading

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Heart of Hearts

On February 9th, an arresting new art installation was unveiled in New York City’s Times Square, just in time for Valentine’s Day. Twelve tall hearts in mirror-finish gold, each one linked, each one standing on a narrow pin, stand in … Continue reading

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Did You Know that the CIA Has a Secret Art Collection?

The CIA has an extensive collection of art hanging in its secretive halls. However, as one can imagine, the CIA does not happily volunteer information about its art, and even when a person files a Request of Information Act, the … Continue reading

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2340 Sandwiches

The work mothers do often gets dismissed as not being work. Cleaning, cooking, corralling, comforting: all of it is labor, either physical, emotional, or both. But we measure productivity by paychecks, and all of that labor is unpaid. Brooklyn-based artist … Continue reading

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