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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The Futility of Fighting with Chaos

Posted by on Sep 5, 2011 in Art Critiques | 0 comments

Hurricane Irene left very little damage in New York City compared to what happened in surrounding countrysides. New Jersey, upstate NY and...

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On the Value of Utilizing a Goose

Posted by on Nov 15, 2010 in Announcements, Art Critiques, Art Shows | 0 comments

Please join us and Observatory‘s Phantasmaphile this Saturday, November 20th, 5-7pm for a discussion on the grotesque in art with Dr....

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Dormitorium: An Exhibition Of Film Decors By The Quay Brothers

Posted by on Sep 21, 2009 in Art Critiques, Art On View, Art Shows | 0 comments

The Street of Crocodiles (1986) was my first Quay Brothers film experience, and I mean experience in the most literal sense. The lights...

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Curator’s Corner: First Impression At CCNY

Posted by on Sep 21, 2009 in Art Critiques, Art Shows | 0 comments

Over the decades, CCNY nurtured the craft of many photographers through providing enriching classes, lectures, exhibitions, and...

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An Hour and a Day

Posted by on Sep 3, 2009 in Announcements, Art Critiques, Art Shows, Video, White Rabbit | 0 comments

Kasia Houlihan’s video, “An Hour and a Day” is a meditation piece. Steeping in serenity, her planes will lull you. ...

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The Sensuous Affairs of Rik Garrett.

Posted by on Aug 31, 2009 in Art Critiques | 0 comments

Rik Garrett’s photographs are thin slivers of time taken from waking dreams: sublime and seductive, blurred and yet completely...

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Reflections of Basel: Crisis and Opportunity

Posted by on Jun 20, 2009 in Art Critiques | 0 comments

Last week the small town of Basel, Switzerland brimmed with over 2,500 contemporary artists, 300 leading galleries, curators, collectors,...

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A Movement or a Mole Hill?

Posted by on Jun 14, 2009 in Art Critiques | 0 comments

I’ve always had a genuine interest in the grotesque – beauty is in the mistakes. Now trying to sculpt this fascination into...

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