Art From The Boros IV Opens Tonight 7/14 at Denise Bibro Fine Art in Chelsea. Amanda Lenox is a trained dancer, painter, and soon Psychoanalyst. Her work centers around the expressive line, a tool for communication. “These are people that aren’t easily conquered, they are emblems of persons that I think are sturdy.”
Black Lives Matter movement disrupts Pride March in Toronto and Boycotts San Francisco Pride. The media reacts calling BLM bullies and selfish. Several days later 2 more BLACK MEN were KILLED, SHOT DEAD by Police Officers. The latest black lives murdered: #AltonSterling and #PhilandoCastile
Update: The show has been extended until July 8th! Walter Robinson continues his “middle-brow, non-avant-garde” catalog obsession with new Western works on cardboard in ReVisions of the American West at John Molloy Gallery, along with jazz musician Lou Beach and Ric Haynes.
CELEBRATING WOMEN ARTISTS: The Met’s Le Brun exhibition… “Elisabeth Louise Vigée Le Brun (French, 1755–1842) is one of the finest 18th-century French painters and among the most important of all women artists” Yet this her FIRST retrospective.
Noises and Signals… 2016 Review of NYC Armory Art Fair Week: VOLTA and SPRING/BREAK. Genevieve Gaignard, Talwst, Doreen Garner, Leonardo Benzant, Derrick Adams’ ‘Something I can feel’ curatorial initiative at VOLTA.
It was my first visit to a New York art fair, and I was already hoping it would be my… But I managed to spot a few bright moments!
Don Perlis: New York Now, on view at Denise Bibro Fine Art through March 26
Join the artist and David Carbone (writer and Associate Professor of Drawing and Painting) for an artist talk ending with Q & A on Wednesday, March 16th 6:30p at Denise Bibro Fine Art—529 West 20th Street, #4W
Armory Art Week is here and AOT will be reporting from the fairs! Join us on Instagram: @AOTProjectSalon and Facebook: The Architecture of Tomorrow
With all of these modern, overly-wrought convolutions of what “it” can be, it is no small wonder contemporary artists have been questioning and prodding how one’s identity can even be properly crafted with such diverse and complex means at their fingertips. By Andy Rolfes
Sophy Lee’s studio visit with Yves Tessier, a Montreal-based artist who also keeps a studio in Harlem. Tessier is genre painter preoccupied with representing the everyday. AOT Art and Culture Journal