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Exhibition spans ten years of dogs, death, and social experimentation

By Annesha Sengupta

Located a handful of subway stops into Queens, the SculptureCenter is an old warehouse converted into an art gallery. Looking up, the skylight is framed by spindly, rusting rafters. 401 more words



Experiments at the Hadron Collider

were perhaps on my mind

as I digitally revised

the image of a crowd

observing an early flying machine.

The serendipity of the moment… 344 more words

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Amazing Paintings By Spanish Artist Juan Fortuny

Juan Fortuny was born in Badalona, Spain on 20 April 1939. He beautifully uses the each and every detail in his paintings which shows that he spends lots of time and effort in his each and every art work. 77 more words


Opening soon: Tools of Conflict, an Emeka Udemba exhibition

Opening reception: Saturday, March 21, 2015

Time: 6pm

Venue: Renault Showroom, 43B Akin Adesola Street, Victoria Island, Lagos

The exhibition will run till April 11, 2015. 7 more words


Photos: A hidden narrative in "Person of Interest" featuring my spouse's artwork

NOTE: If you are a fan of Person of Interest and haven’t seen Season 4 Episode 15 don’t read this because it is probably full of spoilers. 1,189 more words

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“Why Can’t It be Everlasting?” marks five years for Tracy Williams, Ltd.

By Rebecca Jane Brown

Chelsea is associated with warehouses, the beautiful highline, and, of course, the cluster  of galleries. However, it is the beginning of an end: one of the most interesting galleries, Tracy Williams, Ltd., is holding its final exhibit, “Why Can’t It Be Everlasting?” which features 15 artists to commemorate the five years of the gallery in its Chelsea location. 291 more words


Sports, Philippines and the artist Paul Pfeiffer

For your enjoyment, two videos about the Philippine-born, NYC-based artist Paul Pfeiffer. He’s represented by Paula Cooper Gallery in NYC. Of interest to me is his exploration of images of basketball, especially considering the long history of basketball in the Philippines. 9 more words

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