Category Archives: Exhibits

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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“David Salle: New Paintings” at Mary Boone Gallery

Last week I went down to Chelsea to see David Salle’s new exhibition at Mary Boone Gallery (541 West 24th st.). Having been slightly underwhelmed by the other galleries that day, this exhibition really stood out to me. Salle’s large paintings … Continue reading

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Howard Greenberg Gallery: Selections from Collections

Yesterday I visited the Howard Greenberg Gallery. This is a small photography gallery located on 41 E. 57th street between Park and Madison. The gallery was definitely really small and the exhibit was limited, but wide scope of talented photographers … Continue reading

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Charles Moore at Steven Kasher Gallery (April 6th-May 7th, 2011)

To kick off our blog we thought we’d feature a new exhibit whose time at the Steven Kasher Gallery is fleeting. It’s the Charles Moore: Civil Rights and Beyond exhibit. Charles Moore (1931-2010) was a Life Magazine Civil Rights photographer. He is … Continue reading

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George Condo’s “Mental States” and Lynda Benglis at The New Museum

If you find yourself in the Lower East Side anytime before May 8th, be sure to check out what’s going on at the New Museum. Closing then is Condo’s exquisite exhibit “Mental States”. Making his first real art debut in … Continue reading

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