Art

8 Art Shows to See in New York This March

Spring is finally peeking through the cold and clouds and New York galleries and museums are in full bloom with great shows. This month we’re highlighting some artists’ artists — from celebrated figures in art history like Paul Cadmus to New York stalwarts like our occasional contributor Stephen Maine, along with under-appreciated talents such as Dana Frankfort and the brilliant …

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Shane Keisuke Berkery – BOOOOOOOM! – CREATE * INSPIRE * COMMUNITY * ART * DESIGN * MUSIC * FILM * PHOTO * PROJECTS

A selection of recent work by Japanese-Irish artist Shane Keisuke Berkery. Berkery is a contemporary figurative painter represented by the Molesworth gallery. He graduated from the National College of Art and Design, Dublin in 2015 and is currently pursuing his MA in Painting at the Royal College of Art. Berkery’s artistic process is deeply connected with memory and recollection. Commencing …

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In Paris, Jean Jullien’s Two Cheery Bookworms Take Over a Shopping Center for ‘Mise En Page’ — Colossal

 Art #installation #Jean Jullien #reading March 1, 2024 Grace Ebert All images courtesy of Le Bon Marché, shared with permission The renowned editor Sarah Andelman, of Just an Idea Books, and artist Jean Jullien (previously) have teamed up to celebrate the joy of reading and publishing. Taking over Le Bon Marché Rive Gauche, Mise En Page is an exuberant …

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“Sarah Maldoror: Tricontinental Cinema” at Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus

Known as the “mother of African cinema,” Sarah Maldoror (1929–2020) completed nearly four dozen shorts, features, and documentaries in her lifetime. Her 1972 feature Sambizanga was recently restored with support from Martin Scorsese’s The Film Foundation. “Tricontinental Cinema” is the first large-scale museum exhibition to reveal Maldoror’s groundbreaking work as a filmmaker, but also as a global activist and a …

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Getting Cozy at Felix, LA’s Art Fair Underdog

LOS ANGELES — It’s my fourth rodeo at Felix Art Fair, which sets up its booths inside the poolside cabanas at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. It’s the second biggest event happening in the Los Angeles art world during so-called “Frieze Week,” and it stands out to me that Felix’s name gets left out of this informal title. Just last year, we were …

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Booooooom Art & Photo Book Award Winners

In partnership with our friends at Bookmobile, we helped six artists and photographers create their own books for FREE (five of which are now complete). We’re thrilled to finally share the incredible results! This time around the winners were: Sander Coers, Miya Turnbull, Ashley A. Ross, Jeremy Starn, Barbara Gabrielle and Benny Zenga.  Some of them opted to upgrade and enhance …

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Learn to Draw, Animate, and Paint with Four Classic Courses — Colossal

 Partner February 29, 2024 Jackie Andres From Mattias Adolfsson’s The Art of Sketching: Transform Your Doodles into Art In our next installment of courses with Domestika, we’ve got all your bases covered. Our Classic Colossal Bundle includes four classes hand-picked by our editors with more than 10 hours of instructional information to round out your creative skills. Taught by …

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Oscar Murillo “Masses” at WIELS, Brussels

Oscar Murillo (b. 1986, La Paila, Colombia) is one of the most significant and inventive artists of his generation and after his memorable intervention in the 2017 thematic exhibition “The Absent Museum,” “Masses” is a solo presentation which includes new and existing works.  The ocean, the sea, or any liquid mass has the capability to create and erase itself with …

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Palestinian Artist Fathi Ghaben Dies After Israel Blocks Travel for Treatment

Gazan artist Fathi Ghaben died on Sunday, February 25 from health complications after Israeli authorities refused to give him permission to leave the besieged region to access medical treatment. He was renowned for his oil paintings that paid homage to Palestinian culture and immortalized the struggle for liberation. The self-taught painter was 77 years old and had been suffering from …

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“American Games” by Artist John Brosio

New paintings by artist John Brosio (previously featured here). Raised in Southern California, Brosio received a BFA from the University of California at Davis. Brosio gained recognition for his paintings of tornados. His work often reflects the chaotic duality of life, death, cosmology and the mysteries of the universe. Fuelled by an overactive imagination and insatiable curiosity, Brosio’s paintings often …

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