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There’s a growing art scene going on in central Harlem which is quite exciting. At this year’s Harlem Art Walking Tour 2013 hosted by Casa Frela Gallery, there was an

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I recently got to meet the people who are Integrated Visions Productions when I interviewed them for the article in DOTS Magazine, but I haven’t had the opportunity to see

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Win an invitation to be a guest of ArtblogNY, Volkswagen, and MoMA at the opening event this Saturday. To enter the draw, make a meaningful comment on this blog before

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My partner and I were recently invited by a friend to view an Encore Presentation of Working Women,  a selection of contemporary dance troupe performances at the Joyce Theater. A

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“Unbeknownst to many, painting had rarely come easily to Matisse.” This quote, from Rebecca Rabinow for the Metropolitan Museum’s presentation about the show, Matisse in Search of True Painting, reminds

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Bernini is probably one of my all time favorite sculptors. I want to say that he’s one of my favorite classical sculptors, because there are many other sculptors whose work

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ArtblogNY.com is very excited to report that I will be writing an article for the upcoming issue of DOTS Digital Art Magazine, featuring the New York City contemporary art scene.

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As I sit here waiting for Hurricane Sandy to arrive and bracing for the potential flooding of our basement again, I thought that I would write about my experience living

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A sound installation recently presented at the Park Avenue Armoury, The Murder of the Crows by Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller was one of the most incredible installations I

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Wade Guyton OS at the Whitney was a huge disappointment, but not for the reasons you think.  I went to see the show today with a friend and former colleague

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I recently watched a couple of films that told similar stories of 2 important creative men who lived their lives like schmucks. The 2 men that I’m referring to are

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I recently went to the GoBrooklyn community-curated open studio project. An incredibly cool concept, in partnership with the Brooklyn Museum, and using a mobile app— the public was invited to

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