A Lost World Comes Alive at La Esquina’s Debut Exhibit by Paul Desenne

Celebrated Venezuelan-born cellist and composer Paul Desenne returns to his painting roots in “Pictures of the Lost World”, a series of works on canvas depicting the imaginary scenes of El Dorado. The exhibit, opening Tuesday, Dec 11 from 6-8 pm at La Esquina (203 Lafayette Street in Lower Manhattan) depicts the fabled lost world of gold and riches, documented by Spanish conquistadors in South America in the … Continue reading A Lost World Comes Alive at La Esquina’s Debut Exhibit by Paul Desenne

Winter is Lit: Julia Sinelnikova’s Ice Pores at Lazy Susan Gallery

The cold, muted winter sky doesn’t hold a candle to Ice Pores, the upcoming exhibit by innovative rising star artist Julia Sinelnikova. The artist’s interactive holographic environments entice visitors to engage with sudden temporal realities created by installations of Sinelnikova’s Fairy Organ sculptures. Curated by Brian Shevlin, visitors to Ice Pores are invited to the exhibit on view Dec 13-21 from 12-6 pm at Lazy … Continue reading Winter is Lit: Julia Sinelnikova’s Ice Pores at Lazy Susan Gallery

Soft Power Takes Over Satellite Art Show in Miami

Power, like beauty, can lie in the eye of the beholder, so be prepared: SOFT POWER at Satellite Art Show is overwhelming to behold. Taking place in Miami during Miami Art Week (Dec 6-9) at Satellite Art Show, at 18 NW 14th Street in Wynwood – just a stone’s throw from NADA –  SOFT POWER marks a once-in-a-lifetime experience for visitors. Satellite guests can encounter the … Continue reading Soft Power Takes Over Satellite Art Show in Miami

Akumal Arts Festival Kicks Off in Akumal, Mexico

Akumal Arts Festival kicks off Friday, Nov 9 in Akumal, Mexico. Situated on the Yucatán between Tulum and Playa del Carmen, Akumal is a long-standing diver’s paradise turned conservation area, with pristine white beaches flanking the beach-comber. With a dedicated local community, Akumal residents – with the guidance of Executive Producer Jennifer Smith (of Tortuga Escondida fame) & team – have pulled together Akumal Arts Fest. With a … Continue reading Akumal Arts Festival Kicks Off in Akumal, Mexico

The Other Art Fair LA: Five Standouts at the Fair Oct 26-28

Ah, the Art Fair: subject of intense scrutiny, disdain and even obsession in recent memory, art fairs have reached Olympian status as the enduring sign of success for participating galleries and art advisors. Exhibitors at the top fairs proudly display this status, shelling out thousands upon thousands to do so. Saatchi Art‘s The Other Art Fair (TOAF), however, is in a league all its own. … Continue reading The Other Art Fair LA: Five Standouts at the Fair Oct 26-28

Global Gateways: In Conversation with Contemporary Nigerian Artist Adetomiwa A. Gbadebo

Globetrotting, international philatropist, collector and artist Òmó Oba (HRH) Adetomiwa A. Gbadebo has demonstrated through his dedicated, multi-faceted career that he is one innovative artist. Unafraid to experiment with colors, textures and mediums while firmly rooted in a devoted spiritual core, Òmó Oba (HRH) Adetomiwa A. Gbadebo considers his artistic practice as a part of his wider mission to elevate African artists on the world … Continue reading Global Gateways: In Conversation with Contemporary Nigerian Artist Adetomiwa A. Gbadebo

Groundbreaking Performances Mark THE EAR’s Anniversary on Sept 30

Sunday, September 30th marks a one year celebration of groundbreaking performance art at The Ear (255 Boerum Street #1, Brooklyn.) A yEAR at the EAR features performances by artists Raki Malhotra, Thea Little, Polina Riabova and Esther Neff alongside installation, art and videos by Mariya Dimov, Sandra Kelly, Jazz Coker, Diane Dwyer and Jenna Kline. Doors open at 5 pm, with performances from 6:30-8:30 and a … Continue reading Groundbreaking Performances Mark THE EAR’s Anniversary on Sept 30

The Fourth Stage opens at IFAC@The Yard Delancey on Monday, Sept 17

  International Fine Arts Consortium, or IFAC, is celebrating a full five years of experimental and boundary-pushing arts at The Yard (85 Delancey Street, New York, NY) with The Fourth Stage: Abstract Theory and the Silver Lining of Allegorical Necessity.  This group show of artists explores abstraction from a myriad of contemporary perspectives. The exhibit is curated by Eric Friedmann, Sozita Goudouna, and Lee Wells, … Continue reading The Fourth Stage opens at IFAC@The Yard Delancey on Monday, Sept 17

Experimental Edifices: Artist Elizabeth Velazquez’ Installation at Long Island City’s AlterWork Studios

Artist Elizabeth Velazquez creates abstracted portals into alternate dimensions, where visitors are invited to delve into both site-specific installations and the farther reaches of their subconscious. Drawing from ritualistic and primal imagery and constructing highly technical, immersive environments for participants, Velazquez creates pathways to new planes of experiential art. With an Master’s in Painting and background in Arts Education, Velazquez is an interdisciplinary artist and … Continue reading Experimental Edifices: Artist Elizabeth Velazquez’ Installation at Long Island City’s AlterWork Studios

BLACKOUT Film Festival Burns Brightly in the Hudson Valley Firmament

BLACKOUT lives up to its namesake as an undeniably fascinating event. Taking place on Thursday, July 26th from 7-9 pm at Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, the festival is a triumphant collaboration with the Peekskill Film Festival organized by Alicia Morgan. BLACKOUT, curated by HVCCA’s Michael Barraco, features a series of short experimental films navigating the trenchant landscape of gender, race, and various political concerns. BLACKOUT … Continue reading BLACKOUT Film Festival Burns Brightly in the Hudson Valley Firmament