The world can be divided into ten groups of art-viewers. We’ve all seen them, been annoyed by them, and pretended like we weren’t staring. But never before have these universal poses been so thoroughly investigated and catalogued. Here is your ultimate guide to the body language of gallery browsing. You’re welcome. Fig Leafs are abundant, […]


Trump is breaking up with the NEA. Take a look at these actual and totally legitimate texts from the NEA’s phone. This is not NBD. Trump’s 2018 Federal Budget Proposal makes it excruciatingly clear that putting “America First” means leaving publicly funded art far behind.   – Show Me The Money – According to their […]


Don’t let the rain stop you from gallery hopping this week! Here is a list of openings you definitely don’t want to miss.   1. Peter Sacks, “New Works” Opening April 5 from 10:00 AM to 5:30 PM On View Wed Apr 05 – Sat May 06 Marlborough New York | 40 West 57th Street Collaging his […]

Public Art Pandemonium

Ahh spring is in the air. The sun is shining and our winter woes are finally behind us (sort of). That can only mean one thing: it’s time for Public Art Pandemonium where the best public art exhibits from around the country go head to head. Who will win this prestigious, competitive, and totally legit […]


Picture this. You’re at a gallery opening in Chelsea. You’re wearing shoes that don’t fit you as well as you want them to (because they’re not slippers) and all of your effort is concentrated on not walking into the large, abstract sculpture in the middle of the white room. The event is undoubtedly filled with […]


Sad the blizzard got you missing out on openings last week? Here are the highlights of the upcoming shows that’ll quench your thirst. “Serialities” Opening Wed Feb 15 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM On View Wed Feb 15 – Sat Apr 08 Hauser & Wirth | 548 West 22nd Street If you consider yourself […]

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Let’s start with some good news, shall we? Now—arguably, more than they have in the last forty years—bad@ss artists and everyday-goddesses are coming together to produce provocative resistance art and ultimately work to protect fundamental human rights (because the people in power sort of kind of forgot that part of their job). Even for those […]


With President Trump’s threat to cut National Endowment for the Arts, us art buffs have got to stand fast with love and support. Here is a list of openings this week to kick off February with a big hoorah. Paul Mpagi Sepuya “Figures, Grounds and Studies” Opening Feb 2. from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM […]


For many of us in the United States (minus those in Miami), we are easing back into our routines post-Thanksgiving and looking forward to our winter holiday plans. 9,500 miles away, Singapore’s Artesan Gallery + Studio is abuzz with preparations for its upcoming exhibitions at Art Fair Philippines (February 16-19) and the 2017 Venice Biennial […]


  We know you’re still recovering from the surprising election results. So are we. That’s why we’re back with a series of shows that will definitely cheer you up! Love, color, and hyperchromatic polaroids – who won’t be excited about that?!   The Must See’s: Love trumps hate. Marlborough Gallery sure read our minds with […]