Resa Blatman – The (un)Scene Art Show

Resa Blatman - Trouble in Paradise #2

Group Exhibition The (un)Scene Art Show 549 W. 52nd Street, New York City March 4-8, 2015 (Armory Arts Week) Source: Resa Blatman

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Inner Investigation / Hidden Truths

Marjorie Kaye, "Solid Survival"

George Shaw and Marjorie Kaye INNER INVESTIGATION / HIDDEN TRUTHS   March 6-28, 2015 Opening Reception:  Saturday, March 7, 6-9pm Third Thursday Reception:  March 19, 6-9pm “A Persian rug is perfectly imperfect and precisely imprecise”, as it is said.  A flaw is deliberately included to represent humility, and to honor God, or Spiritual Intelligence. When […]

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Galatea Fine Art: March 2015

Miae Cho, "Secret"

Dorothy Amore Pilla:  Carnival Marsha Nouritza Odabashian:  Expunge Miae Cho:  Fantasy March 4-29, 2015 Opening Reception:  March 6, 6-8pm Dorothy Amore Pilla:  Carnival “The carnival scene, a true assault on the senses, serves as a metaphor for the distractions, tribulations, and dangers of coping in a modern society. The images, devoid of loud music coming […]

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Invader At The International Space Station

Invader At The International Space Station

Invader paid a visit to the European Astronaut Centre located in Cologne, and the Euro Space Center in Belgium. The graffiti artist applied his iconic space theme artwork on the two campuses making his mark. He was also able to go into Earth’s thermosphere and feature his art around the carrier he was in. Source: ARRESTED MOTION

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Photography by Andrew B. Myers

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Photography by Andrew B. Myers Andrew B. Myers is a photographer from Toronto, Canada. Myers is an artist that focuses on the larger picture rather than the finer details of things. His artwork gives a great example of this, by having a zoomed out perspective and allowing the viewer to a complete overview. More of Andrew […]

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Barbara Kruger: Early Works

Barbara Kruger: Early Works

Skarstedt Gallery in London is featuring Early Works by Barbara Kruger. The exhibition showcases Krueger’s early work of photography from the 1980’s. Photos from the exhibit give hints of Kruger’s direction to later create with the iconic Futura Bold typeface more. Early Works will be on exhibit until April 11, but more information can be found at Skarstedt Gallery‘s website.

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Stefanos: Defacing Euro Banknotes

Stefanos: Defacing Euro Banknotes

Stefanos, an artist from Greece has been defacing Greece’s currency and turning it into art. The Greek artist has been etching human’s performing different actions on each bill. Stefanos is touching upon the subject of social instability in Greece because of political dissent. He has been defacing currency for about a year, and entering them back […]

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Larry Clark & Eugène Riconneaus: NEW WORK

Larry Clark & Eugène Riconneaus: NEW WORK

“NEW WORK” features jack of all trades Larry Clark, and designer Eugène Riconneaus. The pair have collaborated on Clark’s photographs by adding new additions, like skateboard tracks from the wheels to create a unique approach. The two artists will also be featuring a pair of skateboarding sneakers for their exhibition. “NEW WORK” is only open today […]

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The OVERCOAT

The OVERCOAT

“The OVERCOAT” A Group art show Inspired by the short story from Nikolai Gogol Fri Feb 20 7pm SweeTree Ink Gallery 281A Mt Auburn St Watertown Ma curated by Chuck McNally Artworks by School of the Museum of Fine Arts Alumni Artists Chuck McNally, Adrian Rodriguez Aristides Logothetis, Colin Burns C.J. Cartiglia, Brad Spavin Jessica […]

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Lavender

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Ryan Lee Gallery, Solo Project Presentation, Video & Objects // Chelsea, Manhattan: (515 w 26 St & 10 ave.) Feb. 26-Apr. 2, 2015 For more information visit Autumn Ahn website.

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