Monthly Archives: March 2017

Effects of the Travel Ban Are Still Felt in the Art World

The New York art scene has made it a point in recent times to showcase the ways in which the Middle East and the Muslim world have contributed to the global cultural wealth. With the Museum of Modern Art replacing … Continue reading

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Carole Feuerman’s Realistic Artwork on Display at One Exchange Plaza

The lobby inside the One Exchange Plaza on Broadway is one of New York City’s newest art spaces. Currently on display is Carole Feuerman’s hyperrealistic sculptures. They bring a strange, soft humanity to the gallery. The display is titled PERCEPTION … Continue reading

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Eerie Sci-Fi Sculptures Coming to Manhattan’s City Hall Park

Katja Novitskova is an Estonian artist whose art has shown in a dozen countries since her first solo show in Berlin in the mid-2000s. Only 33, she’s young to be given a massive stage like City Hall Park in Lower … Continue reading

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Last Chance to See the Ray Hamilton Exhibit

Currently at the Kerry Schuss Gallery is a very special exhibition. Many retrospectives cover decades, but this one is only six years long. It is a sensitive, sweet coverage of the artist’s recovery from a serious stroke in 1990, and … Continue reading

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Todd Webb’s ‘A City Seen’ Coming to Museum of the City of New York

Todd Webb (1905–2000) arrived in New York in 1946, armed with a camera and the training of a Navy photographer. By then, he’d already worked with other photography greats like Ansel Adams and Harry Callahan. But Webb ultimately made a … Continue reading

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