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News: Armory Show 2011, NYC

  The dates for the 2011 Armory Show in New York City have been announced for March 3-6th, taking place at Piers 92 and 94. The show is split into two groups, with Contemporary art at Pier 94 and the Modern art show on Pier 92, both in on Manhattan’s West side, on 12th Ave near 55th St.   Exhibitors ... Read More »

News: Chuck Close Taxi Exhibition

  New Yorkers may be wondering what why the top of their cabs have suddenly changed from brash advertisements to in your face, black and white photography. Well that would be the work of artst Chuck Close, whose photographs featuring huge eyes and lips will be zooming across the city in lieu of traditional ads for a month.   The ... Read More »

News: Jerry Saltz Tours His Fave Art

Jerry Saltz, the senior art critic for New York Magazine and judge on Bravo’s Work of Art takes his readers on tour of his favorite paintings in New York; visiting MoMA, The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Guggenheim and artists such as Manet, Pollock and unknown 15th century northern masters.   “This is the tip of the tip of ... Read More »

News: Inside Museum Secrets

  A new series from History Television takes you even deeper inside museums than we do with a look at the mysteries that pervade some of the greatest institutions in the world. The six part Canadian series entitled Museum Secrets will look at: the Louvre, the Vatican Museums, London’s Natural History Museum, the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, the Egyptian ... Read More »

News: Godfather Mansion For Sale

  The house where for a year and a half, Frances Ford Coppola and co. set-up camp to film interior and exterior shots for The Godfather is now up for sale. The estate, situated on Longfellow Avenue on Staten Island in New York City, has been the home of the Norris family for 50 years. The eight bedroom house also ... Read More »

News: Kenny Scharf’s New Bowery Mural

  Replacing Shepard Fairey’s mural on Bowery and Houston is the new work by artist Kenny Scharf. The former Deitch Projects space is now curated by the Hole Gallery in SoHo. Fans of the mural will be waiting with baited breath to see if like former installations, this too will be bombarded by local grafittists.   Speaking of the psychedelic ... Read More »

News: Man, Myth, Sensual Pleasures

Jan Gossart, or Mabuse, helped changed the face of art in during the Renaissance in Northern Europe and yet few people know his name. In fact, it has been 45 years since the last major exhibition of his work though it was Gossart who began the tradition of Northern artists pilgrimaging to Italy to study classical sculpture and brought back ... Read More »

News: Impressionist Gardens Exhibition Opens

The Museo Thyssen‐Bornemisza and Caja Madrid have teamed up with the National Gallery of Scotland and curator Clare Wilsdon, Professor at Glasgow University and author of In the Gardens of Impressionism, to present the exhibition Impressionist Gardens, an extensive survey of the theme of gardens in painting from the mid‐ 19th century to the early 20th century. The exhibition includes ... Read More »

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