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ArtExperience:NYC, Fall 2013

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Brooklyn Queens Expedition to the Artic (Part III. Final)

TweetBy Claire Lieberman This is the third, and last part of Brooklyn Queens Expedition to the Artic. To read the...

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Brooklyn Queens Expedition to the Arctic (Part II)

TweetBy Claire Lieberman This is the second part of Brooklyn Queens Expedition to the Artic. To read the text from...

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Brooklyn Queens Expedition to the Arctic (Part I)

TweetBy Claire Lieberman The Arctic: icy, dangerous, remote.  What would possess New York artists working or living in Brooklyn and...

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Painterly Abstraction

TweetThe New Yorker claims that a continuity might manifest itself, a “romantic, melancholic” mood,  in the works of Lillian Bass,...

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Fluid, Unseen — Esoteric Femininity

Tweet“The dimension in which we live today is increasingly shifting towards the feminine,” – leaning into the nature of Norio...

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Tradition and Modernity in Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art

TweetBy Sarah Batchelor ANONYMOUS, the follow-up exhibition to Tradition Transformed of 2010, explores the continued development of a contemporary Tibetan...

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Janet Cardiff’s Sacred Performance

TweetBy Tamara Yadao In the early 20th century, the word ‘motet’ was generally believed to derive from the Latin ‘movere’,...

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Carol Bove and the Mysterious, Other-Worldly Side of Art

TweetBy Yuneikys Villalonga Artist Carol Bove has had a great presence in the New York art scene this year; A...

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Lonely Girl: Exploring Art Spaces Versus the Online Realm

TweetBy Jacqueline Kuper The current exhibit at Martos Gallery, called Lonely Girl in homage to a Youtube persona who created...

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Pavel Acosta Interview With a Thief

TweetBy Elvis Fuentes Pavel Acosta does not strike you as the typical thief. He is too tall to pass by...

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