Category Archives: Manhattan

Fans of Alexander Calder Can Now See His Sculptures in Motion at the Whitney

Collectors of Alexander Calder‘s sculptural art have a conundrum—his pieces were made to move, but displaying them that way risks damaging the delicate mobiles. A single piece may have hundreds of delicate wire links and joints. But they are meant … Continue reading

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Coming to Manhattan: An Art Exhibit By Dogs, For Dogs

The internet, it seems, is made of pets doing silly things, and people doing silly things for their pets. Dogs painting is a neat trick that we all love to see, or making art in other ways. But if a … Continue reading

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Frieze New York 2017 Is This Weekend

Frieze New York, an annual event since 2014, is a fair of international and contemporary art that takes place each spring on Randall’s Island in Manhattan. More than two hundred galleries fill space in the 256-acre island park in the … 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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A Review of “Raymond Pettibon: A Pen of All Work”

Holland Cotter of the New York Times describes Raymond Pettibon’s art as having a “prickly, manic feel.” He also calls it “a steady indictment of American culture… over the past 60 years.” Anyone who visits the “Raymond Pettbon: A Pen … Continue reading

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1,000-Person Choir Performs at the Mostly Mozart Festival

On August 13, a massive group of people gathered at the Lincoln Center to sing at the Mostly Mozart festival. The festival, which features orchestral concerts, dance groups, and more, focuses on Mozart’s work. But this year, a 1,000-person choir … Continue reading

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