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Juicy Color Hits In Marc Horowitz’s High-Flying Act

Installation of Marc Horowitz paintings at the Johannes Vogt Gallery. Image courtesy of the gallery. Sophisticated Play Marc Horowitz, “Nothing on the Other Side of the Slash,” March 30. Vogt Gallery, 958 Madison Ave, Manhattan With the release of a child, Horowitz not only blitzes and blisses out the eye, but evokes the subversive implications […]

Two weeks before it opens The Armory Show is forced to move piers

Just over two weeks before the Armory Show’s 25th edition is meant to start, MMPI, the supervising organization of the fair got news that now art fair wants to get. According to Nicole Berry, director of the fair, on February 20th, New York City’s Economic Development Corporation (EDC) informed them that ‘significant portions of Pier […]

The Armory Show’s ‘Worlds of Tomorrow’ artists announced

Just a month before The Armory Show is set to green light on March 7th, it announced the galleries and artists that will represent its 2019 Platform segment of the fair. Platform is a specially curated part of The Armory Show that features large-scale artworks and installations spanning Piers 92 and 94. This year, the […]

New York’s Ramiken wins inaugural Gramercy International Prize

Ahead of the 2019 edition of The Armory Show, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary, set for March 7th through March 10th, the show announced on January 31st that it had created a new prize called the Gramercy International Prize. Named for the original title and location of The Armory Show, the new annual prize […]

Tomás Saraceno, Aerocene, upturned umbrellas, and Art Basel

During the week of Miami’s Art Basel, 40 upturned silver umbrellas dotted Miami Beach between 21st and 22nd Street resembling large-scale industrialized petunias. The structures were a part of Berlin-based artist Tomás Saraceno and Swiss watch manufacturer Audemars Piguet’s installation. Titled Albedo, the sundial cum solar energy source is an immersive, kinetic artwork that makes […]

Material Fair releases exhibitor list for their ‘optimistic’ 2019 fair

While artists, critics, collectors, and art enthusiasts descend upon Miami, the exhibitors list has been released for 2019’s Material Fair. The sixth edition of the fair makes an early mark on the 2019 fair scene running from February 7th to the 10th. Touted as Latin America’s premier art fair, the four-day event runs alongside Zona […]

Hammer Museum announces curators for ‘Made in LA’ 2020

In a recent press release, UCLA’s Hammer Museum announced the curators who will co-organize the 2020 edition of the acclaimed ‘Made in LA’ biennial. Paris-based writer and curator Myriam Ben Salah and LA-based curator and designer Lauren Mackler will head the fifth showcase. Ikechukwu Onyewuenyi, an assistant curator at the Hammer Museum who has also worked […]