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About ArtSpotNYC

Ondine and Nicole here—Welcome to ArtSpotNYC! Our mission is to bring to your computer New York’s best ongoing art shows as well as a taste for Art. We’re just two art lovers trying to spread our love to the youth of New York.

Photo Blog

Check out this blog! Created by a friend of mine, 16-year old Josephine from NYC, it includes the art of different photographers and interviews with them about their lives and work.

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Kalup Linzy

Kalup Linzy is an American performance and video artist who lives and works Brooklyn, NY. Linzy is originally from Clermont, Florida and in 2003 he received his MFA from the University of South Floridsa. He also attended the Skowhegan School … Continue reading

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John Baeder

John Baeder is an well known artist in the realm of photorealism. Photorealism is when the artist combines the mediums of photography and painting. His work, which consists of rural pastines, relics and old cars, came from a passion for capturing … Continue reading

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Franz Kline

Born in 1910, painter Franz Kline was a New York based artist whose work epitomized the Abstract Expressionism movement. Kline was raised in Pennsylvania until he attended the Girard College, a school created for children of single-parent households. He later … Continue reading

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Teen Artist of the Week: Jacob Gordon

Jacob Gordon, a good friend of mine and a Scholastic Gold and Silver Key winner, agreed to let me interview him for this week’s Teen Artist post. Jacob, or Jake, is a seventeen-year old student at the Packer Collegiate Institute … Continue reading

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Georges Dambier

Georges Dambier was born in 1925 in France. Initially trained in painting and graphic design, Dambier only picked up a camera when he began to work for photographer Willy Rizzo. Rizzo mentored him, teaching him the fundamentals of photography. After … Continue reading

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PICASSO AND MARIE-THÉRÈSE at the Gagosian Gallery

Artist Picasso needs no introduction. From April 14th- June 25th some of his work involving Marie-Thérèse can be seen at the Gagosian Gallery. Marie-Thérèse met Picasso on the street of Paris when she was 17 years old. He was immediately infatuated … Continue reading

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