Did galleries take their cue from the masterfully curated exhibition at the Met, “The New Woman Behind the Camera” from 2021?
Can I Kick It? Sculptor Shawn Farrow Laces Up.
Although Farrow utilizes some highly accurate design features, he also incorporates certain subtleties that makes his work more than just replicas.
Mario Moore Helps Unpack “My Labor.”
“My Labor” is also an undeniable display of great skill and burgeoning technique that wills you to sing its praises.
Making Friends with Pajtim Osmanaj.
Pajtim Osmanaj was raised and educated in Kosovo, and lives and works in New York. His work grapples with discordant elements and reconciles them in ways that can be startling to an American eye.
Martín Touzón’s Dissolution Opens at Kates-Ferri Projects.
It was a frigid Friday night and the weather was nothing short of bone chilling; but Martin Touzon still managed to receive a warm reception with his debut solo exhibition, Dissolution, at Kates-Ferris Projects.
Adebunmi Gbadebo Displays Remains at Claire Oliver.
Remains from Adebunmi Gbadebo takes us on a journey of knowing. When you walk into Claire Oliver Gallery, a certain gravitas greets you at the door.
The Rebirth of Shahar Kramer: An Artist Who Found Herself Outside Herself.
Creativity can work in many ways. Times where it works from the inside out, times when it works from the outside in. In Shahar Kramer’s case, there was a shift that finds the young artist with a foot in both the former and the latter.
Making It To The Pum Pum Room: Synead Releases Debut EP.
The last few years proved to shift many things in Synead’s inner and outer world, which brought forth many questions and even more lessons. All of which helped to birth her latest EP, The Pum Pum Room.
Interview: The Last Days of A Few Good Men.
There is something familiar about Patty Horing’s latest solo exhibition, A Few Good Men. Hosted by Anna Zorina Gallery, the exhibition greets you with a certain warmth.