The Odd Accessability of the Art Book

Posted by on Sep 25, 2016 in Art On View, Featured | 0 comments

I am one of many people who largely views the world through my computer screen. My excuse is that there is an incredible amount of things...

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Controlling Copyright

Posted by on Jul 10, 2016 in Copyright, Featured, Intellectual Property | 2 comments

As I wrote about in my previous post, I’m in the midst of a graduate degree program at Pratt Institute’s School of Information,...

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Upgrade Commencing. Please Hold.

Posted by on Mar 9, 2016 in Featured | 0 comments

It takes a long time to go through grad school, especially when you’ve decided to stretch a two-year program into three. How cool is...

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The Salubrious Nature of Art Creation

Posted by on Sep 5, 2015 in Art Critiques, Art Shows, Artist Spotlight, Featured, Gristle Art Gallery, Visual Literacy | 0 comments

I’ve recently asked some of the artists with whom I’ve often worked to interpret the fantasy world imagined by outsider artist...

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Wherein Sundry Artists Try On Henry Darger’s Shoes

Posted by on Aug 11, 2015 in Announcements, Art Shows, Events, Featured, Gristle Art Gallery | 0 comments

I’m thrilled to announce that I’ve curated a new exhibition entitled Realms of the Unreal, wherein sundry artists try on Henry...

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Realms of the Unreal

Posted by on May 28, 2015 in Announcements, Art Shows, Events, Featured, Gristle Art Gallery | 0 comments

I’m excited to announce that I’ve gathered a bunch of artists together for a group show that will explore the fantasy world...

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Babble Report 2014

Posted by on Dec 26, 2014 in Babble Report, Featured | 0 comments

Here’s a quick snapshot of what SLFA published in 2014. Happy New Year to all!!!! December, 2014 You’ve Got New Fans, Now...

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30% Off Caitlin Hackett’s “In Memory” Print

Posted by on Oct 26, 2014 in Announcements, Featured, Prints | 0 comments

November 1 – December 1   30% off Caitlin Hackett’s print “In Memory”   Use the...

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The Happening is Happening

Posted by on Aug 20, 2013 in Anagnorisis Picks, Announcements, Art On View, Art Shows, Events, Featured | 0 comments

THE HAPPENING is a POP-UP ART PARTY in Chelsea! The Anagnorisis Art Project has partnered up with artist Allison Sommers, who has curated a...

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Anagnorisis Art Project Curates a Carnivalesque, One-Night Exhibition for Gemini & Scorpio’s Tenth Anniversary Party, The Lost Circus

Posted by on Aug 6, 2013 in Art Shows, Events, Featured | 0 comments

Come one, come all to see The Center Ring, a spectacular spectacle of an exhibition of artworks, specially curated by the Anagnorisis Art...

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Ontological | An Exhibition of Introspective Artworks by Yuri Leonov and Jake Blake

Posted by on Jul 13, 2013 in Announcements, Art On View, Art Shows, Featured | 0 comments

After a very long hiatus, the Anagnorisis Art Project is finally getting ready to present its next exhibition, opening later this month. In...

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Caitlin Hackett’s “In Memory” Limited Edition Prints Available

Posted by on May 14, 2013 in Artist Spotlight, Featured, Prints, Store | 0 comments

Samantha Levin Fine Art is pleased to offer limited edition prints of one of artist Caitlin Hackett’s most popular paintings, “In Memory.” There are two editions available. Details inside.

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Excellent Exhibitions Abroad and Away | Anagnorisis Picks

Posted by on May 9, 2013 in Anagnorisis Picks, Art On View, Featured | 0 comments

On my blog, I usually like to focus on what’s going on in New York and its nearby areas, not only because I’m selfish and live...

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Artful Weekend Plans | Anagnorisis Picks

Posted by on May 8, 2013 in Anagnorisis Picks, Art On View, Events, Featured | 0 comments

This weekend is going to be a wonderful one for the arts – there’s a lot going on and I won’t be able to come close to touching upon most of it. This is the second of the two art fair seasons in New York, so beyond the various art fairs to attend, there are also lots of events and exhibitions planned in concurrence. Here are my recommendations for the weekend along with links to a couple of other more comprehensive guides.

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Die Wunderkammer; Objects of Virtue | Babble Report

Posted by on Mar 23, 2013 in Babble Report, Featured | 1 comment

Thanks to the generosity of artist Lori Field, I recently had the pleasure of attending the VIP opening of a new exhibition, Die Wunderkammer; Objects of Virtue. Curated by Jason Patrick Voegele and Keith Schweitzer of Republic Worldwide this wondrous exhibition is installed at a new gallery called The Lodge at 131 Chrystie Street in New York City.

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Rooms | An Art Collector’s Pop Up Exhibition

Posted by on Mar 12, 2013 in Anagnorisis Picks, Collector Spotlight, Events, Featured, Interviews | 0 comments

Collector and curator, Avi Gitler, who has collected artwork from around the world, talks a little about his love for art and invites you to view his current pop up exhibition in New York's TriBeCa district.

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Oh No! It’s Armory Week!

Posted by on Mar 6, 2013 in Events, Featured | 0 comments

New York Armory week is about to begin again in a couple of days (or tonight in some cases). The world is about to descend upon a myriad of art exhibits in little 200 sq foot galleries over the course of the coming weekend. Recommendations, including the rogue (UN)Fair, within!

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Art New York This Week | Anagnorisis Picks

Posted by on Feb 21, 2013 in Anagnorisis Picks, Art Shows, Featured | 0 comments

It would seem that you all preferred my periodic art show picks emails over my glitchy calendar. Well, I suppose I don't blame you. So, here are my picks for this week - mostly what I'll be going to this very Saturday, February 23rd, including an exhibition all about scent.

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Babble Report | New Prints by Nicoletta Ceccoli

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

Nicoletta Ceccoli‘s porcelain creatures, in their odd, sticky-sweet surroundings seem a bit like illustrations for children’s books. The artist’s palette of childhood pastels and ghostly whites, softly rendered into gentle forms, are nurturing and inviting. This lure gives way quickly, revealing the uncanny, visceral qualities of her creatures’ gestures and facial expressions, belying their innocence and emotively exploring the confusion of adulthood. They are, in their surreality, uncomfortably real.

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O+ Prognosis is Excellent!

Posted by on Nov 13, 2012 in Announcements, Charity, Featured, O+ | 0 comments

Almost 2,000 people attended the 3rd Annual O+ Festival held in the Historic Stockade District of Uptown Kingston from October 5th through 7th this year. Amazing coverage for this groundbreaking event helped to make this year a tremendous success. All of the money raised goes toward the provision of medical supplies for the event. For more information on O+ or to learn how to become involved next year, please visit:

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