Slow Transitions

Posted by on Apr 6, 2012 in Announcements | 0 comments

You may have noticed that no new exhibitions have been announced here in a long while. This is a good thing. Let me explain: Quite a...

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Anagnorisis Picks | April

Posted by on Apr 6, 2012 in Anagnorisis Picks, Featured | 0 comments

As we out here in Gotham are all looking forward to seeing Spring take hold on the streets, so are we starting to gear up for May’s...

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Babble Report | Kris Kuksi’s Triumph Opens at Joshua Liner

Posted by on Mar 24, 2012 in Babble Report, Featured | 0 comments

I recently had the pleasure of attending the opening reception for Kris Kuksi‘s latest show, Triumph, at Joshua Liner Gallery. Every time I see his work, it has evolved in some way, which is refreshing to see. Regardless of the large crowd, I was able to take some detail shots of his work, shared on the Creep Machine.

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Babble Report | Judith Schaechter Reveals Her Latest Work

Posted by on Mar 5, 2012 in Babble Report, Featured | 0 comments

Stained glass maven, Judith Schaechter, recently published images of a very large new stained glass work called “The Battle of Carnival and Lent” on her blog. She created this work specifically for the Eastern State Penitentiary‘s long running art installation program, to which she was accepted last year.

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Babble Report | Joshua Hagler and His Imagined Chase

Posted by on Mar 3, 2012 in Babble Report, Featured | 0 comments

Josh Hagler's phrenetic artwork is quite alluring and strange, visceral, grotesque and sensual. Many of his works are confusing blobs of flesh, cloth, blood, light, metal and water, churning and changing in gurgling currents. His new exhibition has recently opened up in San Francisco.

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Anagnorisis Picks | Moar March!

Posted by on Mar 3, 2012 in Anagnorisis Picks, Featured | 0 comments

As promised in my last post, here’s the second list of art exhibitions coming up in March that I think are worth your attention.

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Anagnorisis Picks | New York March

Posted by on Mar 3, 2012 in Featured | 0 comments

March is always a clusterfuck of a month for the arts in New York.  There will be a myriad of art fairs in action and since they've gained in popularity, this year is likely going to be larger than last. Read this quick little guide to help you pick and choose where to go during New York Art Week.

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Posted by on Feb 22, 2012 in Featured | 0 comments

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Music Non Stop

Posted by on Feb 16, 2012 in Anagnorisis Picks, Announcements, Art On View, Featured | 0 comments

The Museum of Modern Art will be showcasing electronica pioneers Kraftwork with eight nights of performances, one album per night. Did you manage to get tickets? Share your dramatic story in the comments!

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R.I.P. Dorothea Tanning, Surrealist Darling

Posted by on Feb 12, 2012 in Announcements, Artist Spotlight, Featured | 0 comments

Many of you have already heard about the death of the surrealist darling, Dorothea Tanning. She was a lofty 101 years old when she passed away peacefully in her home in New York City on January 31.

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Babble Report | The Art of Yuri Leonov

Posted by on Feb 2, 2012 in Artist Spotlight, Babble Report, Featured | 0 comments

Yuri Leonov will be showing work in the latest group show that Artillery, the artist collective he belongs to, will have up. This...

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I Fink U Freeky

Posted by on Feb 1, 2012 in Artist Spotlight, Featured | 0 comments

Master of the Grotesque, photographer Roger Ballen, has again collaborated with the South African Die Antwoord in their new video I Fink U...

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Han Hoogerbrugge’s Flash

Posted by on Jan 28, 2012 in Artist Spotlight, Featured | 0 comments

I discovered Han Hoogerbrugge years ago about when Flash software was first becoming popular.  To this day I think that he is the only...

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Babble Report: Teetering Bulb Process Workshop

Posted by on Jan 28, 2012 in Announcements, Artist Spotlight, Babble Report, Featured, Studio Visit | 0 comments

Last week the talented Ms. Zelda Devon of the Teetering Bulb art duo invited me to observe her first process workshop.  I took my camera...

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R.I.P. Eiko Ishioka, Surreal Design Icon

Posted by on Jan 28, 2012 in Announcements, Artist Spotlight, Featured | 0 comments

I’ve just learned from Coilhouse that the iconic Eiko Ishioka, known for her dark, surreal and powerful costume and stage designs,...

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Babble Report | The Soft and Witty Works of Zoe Williams

Posted by on Jan 10, 2012 in Artist Spotlight, Babble Report, Featured | 0 comments

Just a quick and dirty post on the latest shows where you can go see Zoe's artwork. A post on the Creep gets an artist loads of attention and I like to try to help out where I can! I love Zoe's felt sculptures, so I was doubly glad to get this entry up there.

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Babble Report | The Mechanics of Christopher Conte

Posted by on Jan 10, 2012 in Artist Spotlight, Babble Report, Featured | 0 comments

I've spent a lot of time talking with artist Christopher Conte about his work and reasons behind what he makes. There are many aspects of it that tend not to wind up out in the ether that is the internet. He graciously lent me some of his time to answer some questions that I hope you find deepen the meaning of his dark, scifi sculptures.

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Babble Report | David Hochbaum Offering Limited Edition Book Sets

Posted by on Jan 10, 2012 in Artist Spotlight, Babble Report, Featured | 0 comments

New York artist David Hochbaum is selling precious limited edition book sets of his multi-media works and photographs. These three books, signed by the artist, come in a hand-made box with a one-of-a-kind silkscreened print. This is a great opportunity to collect this artist's work for an affordable price.

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Babble Report | The Conjurer: JL Schnabel’s Mystical Collaboration

Posted by on Jan 10, 2012 in Artist Spotlight, Babble Report, Featured | 0 comments

Hi Fructose journalist JL Schnabel collaborated with Paul Romano and photographer Christina Brown to put together a look book for her jewelry line, Blood Milk. Entitled, The Conjurer, it is an impressive work of art on its own.

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Babble Report | Calma’s New Asceticism at Jonathan Levine

Posted by on Jan 10, 2012 in Artist Spotlight, Babble Report, Featured | 0 comments

Brazilian artist Stephan Doitschenoff (aka Calma) recently installed his newest collection of artworks at Jonathan Levine gallery. Just a quick peek here about this extremely worldly artist...more to come in the future!

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