CARAVALHO PARK GALLERY IN BROOKLYN

CARVALHO PARK announces the first exhibition of Paris-based artist, designer and architect, Garance Vallée, in the United States. Portrait de Famille, a solo exhibition, features a suite of paintings, drawings and sculptures – of Vallée’s distinct and indelible language – opening on February 13. Portrait de Famille, will be on view at Carvalho Park in…

ANIMATION FIRST 2021

Animation First is the only film festival in the US dedicated to the unparalleled legacy and enduring ingenuity of France’s animation studios and schools. Today, France is Europe’s largest producer and the world’s third-largest exporter of animated film. Since its early beginnings in the late 19th century when Émile Reynaud projected his Pantomimes Lumineuses at…

IN-BETWEEN – The New Series in search of the Light

Manika Nagare was born in Osaka, Japan in 1975 and raised in Kagawa, Japan. Through her multicolored and multi-layered oil painting, she seeks to explore and visualize a realm of sensations evoked from ephemeral moments and events in both the human and natural world.  Her practice also includes numerous public art projects, for which she…

APAP Conference starts today

APAP Announces Programming Highlights for APAP|NYC+ 2021, 64th Annual Performing Arts Conference and First-Ever Held Entirely Online, January 8-12, 2021 Dr. Anthony Fauci, Yo-Yo Ma, and Other Luminaries to Tackle Issues Key in the Industry’s Recovery: Health, Advocacy, Anti-Racism, and the Climate Crisis The Association of Performing Arts Professionals (APAP) has important programming highlights for…

Jackie Saccoccio — Abstract gestural painter

Jackie Saccoccio (December 16, 1963 – December 4, 2020) was an American abstract painter who focused on gestural abstraction creating spontaneous abstract works with a focus on bright colors, large canvases, and deliberately introduced randomness. Her works have been displayed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, and the…

Onishi Gallery Show–Four Elements in Japanese Arts: Earth, Air, Fire and Water

Onishi Gallery is proud to present Four Elements in Japanese Arts: Earth, Air, Fire and Water – a stunning exhibitiThe on that showcases the technical mastery of Contemporary Japanese metalwork artists. For generations upon generations, Japanese people have appreciated and incorporated natural elements into their everyday lives. They have adorned the interiors of their homes with natural…

The Brooklyn Museum awards second annual UOVO Prize to Baseera Khan

The Brooklyn Museum awarded Baseera Khan the second annual UOVO Prize, which recognizes the work of emerging Brooklyn-based artists. Khan’s work concentrates on performance, Islamic cultural and religious ephemera, sculpture, collage, and video, and addresses issues of surveillance, otherness, and the body. As the awardee, Khan will receive a solo exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum, a…

HIGHER PICTURES GALLERY MOVES TO DUMBO

Higher Pictures Generation presents an exhibition of new work by Gina Osterloh in their new space at 16 Main Street, DUMBO, Brooklyn. This is the artist’s second solo exhibition with the gallery. Osterloh’s photographs explore the relationship between vision, the perception of difference, and selfhood. In response, her work pushes against the camera’s readiness to…

Who is Raven Half-moon —

Raven Halfmoon (Caddo Nation) is from Norman, Oklahoma. She attended the University of Arkansas where she earned a double Bachelors Degree in ceramics/painting and cultural anthropology. Her work has been featured in multiple exhibitions throughout the U.S. as well as internationally. Raven is currently based in Helena, MT where she is a artist in residence at…

TRUMP REVOLUTION — THE END OF TRUTH

The exhibitions are curated by the Bronx Documentary Center’s Founder and Executive Director Michael Kamber, and Exhibition Coordinator, Cynthia Rivera. The exhibition website was designed by Exhibition Coordinator, Cynthia Rivera.       In America today, the very notion of truth is under assault. Citizens vigorously disagree about matters of scientific evidence; about the very existence…

NEW SHOW AT FOXY PRODUCTION

Figura considers the ever-changing function of the figure in art. Beyond the resemblance of a person in real life, the figure’s role, across time and cultures, has constantly evolved through socio-political, philosophical, and religious influences. Literary critic Erich Auerbach’s “Figura” (1938) investigates the history of the figure’s definitions and contours: from Ancient Greece to Rome,…