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  • P.INK OCTOBER Exhibition and Halloween Party

    P.INK OCTOBER Exhibition and Halloween Party

    ARTograma Arts and Wynwood Blank Canvas Project Gallery present P.INK OCTOBER – an art exhibition and Halloween party in support of breast cancer awareness. Pink-out your Halloween costume and join us Friday, October 28th from 6pm-10pm with complimentary drinks, live art and a SPOOKY surprise! Wynwood Blank Canvas Project is a Gallery located in Wynwood, […]

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  • No Limits. No Lines.

    No Limits. No Lines.

    Impossible is just a big word thrown around by shallow minds who find it easier to live in the world they’ve created than to explore the power they have to change it. Impossible is not a fact. It’s an opinion. Impossible is not a declaration. It’s a dare. Impossible is potential. There are no limits […]

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  • Yeah, That’s What She Said.

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    YTWSS is a radical pop-up space of collectively self-organized, sliding-scale arts and education programming and community events by and for women. Daytime events include workshops in self-defense and self-care exclusively for women-identified people. Evening events are open to the public and are all held as benefits for different groups doing important work for freedom in […]

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  • THE BLACK ARTS

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    Opening: Thursday, June 18th, 2015, 7-10pm Outlaw Arts Gallery will be papered with black photography set paper and low lit with yellow vintage filament lights. Located at the entrance is a confrontational, eight-foot high black wood “X” (with serifs) with a cauldron with lights in it pointing up like boiling flames and fog machine. Everything […]

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  • Snapshots of Contemporaneity: Thomas Lévy Lasne’s ‘Hic et nunc’

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    Thomas Lévy-Lasne’s monography at Clamart, a suburb of Paris seven minutes away by train, displays the artist’s works from 2010 to today. The title ‘Hic et nunc’, Latin for ‘Here and Now’, displays works that holds a mirror to the quotidian. The collection includes watercolors, charcoals, drawings and oil paintings of contemporary subjects and often […]

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  • TINDERELLA: Solo Show by Anna Gensler, aka @Instagranniepants

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    Anna Gensler’s process is perhaps best described in her own words: How to objectify men who objectify women in 3 easy steps: 1. Man sends crude opening line via Tinder. 2. Draw him naked. 3. Send portrait to lucky man and enjoy results. When Anna got tired of receiving obscene and sleazy messages on her […]

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  • Artist Rich Simmons in “London Calling”

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    Soho Contemporary Art introduces artist Rich Simmons in his first solo exhibition in the United States, “London Calling.” Rich Simmons, a rising star in the international art scene, is coming off of three very successful solo shows in the United Kingdom. In “London Calling,” Rich Simmons is bringing his latest works to the Bowery, which […]

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  • Galerie Protege presents: The Playground of the Fantastical

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    Work by Maria Lynch and Joseph Meloy. When one peers deeply into the complexity of what constitutes this vast world, it is clear that there are parallel universes cohabitating within the vast system of art. The Playground of the Fantastical is an exhibition at Galerie Protege that brings together two different corners of this world […]

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  • 21st Precinct Art Exhibit

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    Another independently curated, street art show by Robert Aloia is hitting New York THIS WEEKEND! 21st Precinct Art Exhibit. (This is a massive installation in a building to be demolished at the end of the month) Music By: Miranda Maxwell & Natasha Diggs Artist List: Adam Dare, Al Diaz, Amanda Marie, ASVP, Bad Pedestrian, Ben […]

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  • The Mural Project at Governors Ball 2014

    Governors Ball 2014 - The Mural Project at Succulent Studios

    Returning for the fourth time since its inauguration in 2011, the 2014 Governors Ball brought a hell of a show and offered concert goers insane street art. For the first time EVER, the festival’s producers at Founders Entertainment teamed up with local artists to promote NYC’s highly acclaimed street art. They feature some big industry […]

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  • The Mural Project – 2014 Governors Ball

    Artist: John Paul O'Grodnick

    Want to see the artwork from the 2014 Governors Ball? The Mural Project closing party is Friday, July 11th at Succulent Studios in Green Point. (67 West Street, Suite 522 – 5th Floor) ARTWORK WILL BE ON DISPLAY UNTIL FRIDAY, JULY 18TH. Credit: Art above by John Paul O’Grodnick

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  • 5 Questions for Richard Rothbard founder of Contemporary Art Fair NY.

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    Whether art savvy or just a fan, the 2014 Contemporary Art Fair NYC sure has something for everyone. With a wide range of fine art and unique installations to applied arts, this fair offers more affordable options for anyone looking to expand or start their personal collection. Here is what Richard Rothbard, founder of Contemporary Art […]

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  • FOUND Art show

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    Following the success of PIECE, where we asked artists for all submissions to be on paper, our next show will propose all artists use found objects/media to create their works. NYC provides unlimited supplies for the resourceful artist. Whether out of necessity or curiosity artists are always innovative opportunists and the immediacy of city life […]

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  • PIECE

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    March 15, 2014 – March 24, 2014 Bridging the gap between works on the street and works on canvas, paper sketches are often relegated to dusty scrapbooks and old shoeboxes. PIECE will allow viewers into the minds of select New York City artists as they demonstrate how each piece is the creative product of an […]

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  • What’s hot, and not, at the AAF NYC

    Showcasing more than fifty galleries from around the world, the sixteenth addition of the Affordable Art Fair NYC opened its doors this week at The Tunnel in Chelsea. The mission of the AAF is to expose up-and-coming artists to the market by making their work accessible to collectors looking to invest in original, contemporary works […]

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