On Father’s Day June 21st 2-8p please come out and celebrate summer, Dad, and of course Art. FEATURING WORKS FROM THE AOT COLLECTION. NEW WORKS FROM Fred Duignan / Lorenza Sannaii / Ian J. Carr / Sylvie Ball RENOWNED PAINTER Lucio Pozzi ALBERS FOUNDATION Two Time Artist-in-Residence Larissa Nowicki
Bushwick Open Studios 2015 gets a quick AOT Perspective in pictures. The Architecture of Tomorrow—Douglas Turner Follow on Instagram @TurnerDouglas
Over the weekend, Kate and Theo Cerigo produced an A+ pop up painting show of 1980s Lower East Side artists, including their father Simon Cerigo who died suddenly in 2013, Dan Asher (1947-2010), and their mom Nancy Smith. Check out the video at the end!
Flux Art Fair debuted at the historic Corn Exchange Building on Wednesday, May 13th—The Architecture of Tomorrow, Douglas Turner
I am very excited to announce the launch of aotprojectsalon.com and even more excited about the upcoming Artist-in-Residence Program Spring…
Oren Pinhassi Opening Reception at Ellie Rine’s 55 Gansevoort Tuesday 4/7 6-8p.
The Architecture of Tomorrow—Douglas Turner
Quisqueya Henríquez—”Double Double, Framed and Framed” Beckoning bold geometric patterns at LYNCH THAM 175 Rivington through April 12th—The Architecture of Tomorrow by Douglas Turner
WBAI Investigative Journalist Robert Knight (WBAI: The Knight Report) Public Tribute, Saturday, March 28, 2015, 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm, The Riverside Theater in Manhattan. Speakers and performers will include Kathy Davis, Randy Credico, Ted Fleming, Dennis Bernstein, Margaret Kunstler, Elaine Barrett, Bertold Reimers,David Henderson, Humberto Brown, David Amram, Terry Waldo, Roy Jennings, a surprise guest and others.
Last Friday night, March 6th Rene Mele Gallery hosted and toasted to FUTURE ORIGINS, a jammed packed Armory Art Week opening night party curated by Daine Coppola for artists Ian James Carr, Ryan Frank, LiliyaLifanova, Kyu Seok Oh, and Matthew Stone. The Architecture of Tomorrow—Douglas Turner
Armory Week has come and gone the art fairs were a plenty. A quaternary voyage, I spent most of my time at Spring Break, Volta, Pulse and only briefly at the actual Armory Art Fair. Commendable works were many. And misses, yes there were a few. LYNCH-THAM, ODETTA, Jenkins Johnson, Arist Sarah G. Sharp top my list. The Architecture of Tomorrow—Douglas Turner