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Tag Archives: Photography
Feb 13, 2017 in Hyperallergic The exhibition Not Alone provides access to a complicated and difficult subject matter that intends to open up and bridge dialogue between civilians and those who have served. Installation view, Not Alone: Exploring Bonds Between … Continue reading
August 7, 2014 in Hyperallergic Hinke Schreuders, “Works on Paper #37″ (2014), embroidery and ink on paper and linen, 10.25 x 7 x 2.2 in, and “Works on Paper #36″ (2014), embroidery and ink on paper and linen, 10.25 x … Continue reading
May 30, 2014 Published in Hyperallergic Meryl Meisler, “The Village People Stepping Out” (The Grand Ballroom, Manhattan, June 1978), and detail of “Three Amigos” (Bushwick, Brooklyn, 1983) (all images courtesy the artist) In the late 1970s and early 80s, Meryl … Continue reading
Oct 3, 2012 • WEGMAN THROWS SINCERITY A BONE Irony is one the most overused conceits in contemporary art. So much so that the term “ironic hipster” has become part of our current lexicon. I’m tired of ironic hipster art, … Continue reading
Alex Prager ‘s pulp fiction CityArts April 18 2012 If you like your art and cinema on the pulp side, I highly recommend you cakewalk over to Yancey Richardson Gallery to see the latest Technicolor noir dreams of Alex Prager. … Continue reading
CityArts on Oct 25, 2011 The stunning new exhibition at The International Center of Photography forces you to slow down, ignore the hustle of the city outside, take a deep breath and dive into a world long gone. Signs of … Continue reading
Oct 12, 2011 • Lisette Model showing in Chelsea There are few galleries in New York City that approach their mission as thoughtfully as Bruce Silverstein Gallery. Silverstein’s exhibitions are curated with consistent care and intellectual rigor. The current show, … Continue reading