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FTA: Material Cultures, BRIC 2016
From the Archives is a project that comes from the abyss of nearly a year in quarantine during the Covid pandemic. Part...
Mar 30, 2017
Embody, Friday March 17 at John Doe Gallery
I’ve seen Shani Ha’s captivating sculptures in action before; entitled Embody, the series consists of Ha’s wearable body sculptures...
Mar 29, 2016
The Rest of the Story: Other March Art
This month had so much amazing art it takes two posts (one for the extraordinary art days with my sis, one for the lonely days after she...
Mar 26, 2016
Sister Art Week NYC 2016 Spectacular!
My sis came out for Armory week, so it was art-till-you-drop for days. For the Armory shows we took in (over the course of 48 hours):...
Feb 20, 2016
A Highlight Darker than Blue
One of the many amazing privileges of living in NYC is the access to just crazy good, totally free art and programing. BRIC is quickly...
Jan 20, 2016
Girl. Power. @tlynnfaz
Tatyana Fazlalizadeh at Corridor Gallery Women Are Not Seeking Your Validation Flash back to last month in Miami: at the 2nd or (3rd?)...
Dec 29, 2015
Art I Saw in December
Again, too crazy to write individually, so here are the cliff notes: Art Basel Miami This was my first year at Art Basel Miami and…wow.
Dec 1, 2015
November Highlights: Crucial Voices and Turning Tides
In spite of all the amazing art I got to see this month, I think my November highlight has to be the two nights in a row I was...
Nov 30, 2015
Good Art I Saw in November
I was a combination of incredibly busy and too lazy to write about these individually, so here is a summary of the amazing art I saw this...