Monthly Archives: April 2011

Nikki S. Lee

New York City-based photographer Nikki S. Lee was born in Korea in 1970. In 1994, after earning her B.F.A at Chung-Ang University in South Korea, Lee moved to New York City. In New York Nikki S. Lee attended FIT and … Continue reading

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Sally Mann

Sally Mann is one of the most controversial and renowned American photographers. Born in Virginia in 1951, Mann first picked up a camera in high school. Mann initially worked as a staff photographer at Washington and Lee University. She produced … Continue reading

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Mini Critic: A Teen Who Loves Art

Paris Starn, a 17-year old student at the Packer Collegiate Institute in New York City, may not be an artist, but has still found a way to be involved in the arts. Coming from an extremely art-centered family (father an … Continue reading

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Teen Artist of the Week: Sam Williams

My good friend and ArtSpotNYC’s first Teen Artist of the Week, Sam Williams, agreed to let us interview him. Sam is 16 and attends Hunter College High School in New York City; when he isn’t swarmed by the usual amount … Continue reading

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Phillips Contemporary Auction (May 12-13)

As May quickly approaches, as does Phillips de Pury’s Contemporary Art Auction in New York. This auction features some of the finest contemporary artists from the last century including Andy Warhol, Damien Hurst, Cindy Sherman, Jean-Michel Basquiat, and Richard Prince. … Continue reading

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Daniel Gordon

Daniel Gordon‘s art, a cross between collage and set-up photography, usually centers on the human body and the discomforts of having one.  Born in 1980 in Boston, MA, Gordon got his BFA from Bard College and MFA from Yale University. … Continue reading

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Jim Goldberg

Following the trends of photographers Diane Arbus, Nan Goldin, and even Richard Avedon, photographer Jim Goldberg established his name photographing neglected people who’ve struggled outside of mainstream society. Born in 1954, Jim Goldberg is an American photographer who is best … Continue reading

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