“Intimate Sculptures” by Roy Lichtenstein at Flag Art Foundation

Posted by The G on July 7, 2014 under Artsy Fartsy | Read the First Comment

Photos by G.  Art by Roy Lichtenstein.

Roy Lichtenstein - Intimate Sculptures

Roy Lichtenstein – Intimate Sculptures

If you are a fan of Roy Lichtenstein’s work, you will definitely want to head over to Flag Art Foundation in New York and check out their exhibit of his work entitled “Intimate Sculptures.”

Roy Lichtenstein - Intimate Sculptures

Roy Lichtenstein – Intimate Sculptures

The exhibit is laid out as if you were in someone’s living room and Lichtenstein’s sculptures decorate the area.  It indeed feels intimate and you may find yourself wanting to be a squatter in this living space.

Roy Lichtenstein - Intimate Sculptures

Roy Lichtenstein – Intimate Sculptures

Intimate Sculptures” by Roy Lichtenstein runs though January 31, 2015 at Flag Art Foundation (located at 545 West 25th Street 9th Floor) in New York.

Roy Lichtenstein - Intimate Sculptures

Roy Lichtenstein – Intimate Sculptures

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“RRRGGHH!!!” by Jerry Kearns at Mike Weiss Gallery

Posted by The G on July 5, 2014 under Artsy Fartsy, Encounters with G | Read the First Comment

Photos by G.  Art by Jerry Kearns.

Jerry Kearns

Jerry Kearns

Even if you don’t like his art (but as you can see above and below, it’s awesome!), you will surely agree that Jerry Kearns’ latest exhibit “RRRGGHH!!!” will be the best name for an exhibit that takes place in 2014.  The show is a combination of paintings and murals featuring comic book like narratives of good versus evil that feature characters from cowboys to Jesus Christ.  Jinkies!!!!  You must see this show!

Jerry Kearns

Jerry Kearns

“RRRGGHH!!!” by Jerry Kearns is showing at Mike Weiss Gallery (located at 520 West 24th Street) through August 23, 2014.

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“Yell-O” at C24 Gallery

Posted by The G on July 4, 2014 under Artsy Fartsy | Read the First Comment

Photos by G.  Various Artists.

Nick Gentry

Nick Gentry

The C24 Gallery in New York has an interesting summer group show (yes, I realize those two phrases are mutually exclusive) at the moment called “Yell-o.”  It features 4 artists and here’s a bit about each one.  Nick Gentry from the UK (see above and below for a close up) uses old hard disks as a canvas.

Nick Gentry

Nick Gentry (close up)

Adele Mills

Adele Mills

American artist Adele Mills creates multi-dimensional artworks by combining slightly different photographs of the same object or two entirely different illusions, resulting in changing, seemingly moving image. She achieves this visual effect by creating a layered visual – a digitally printed photograph based on paper or linen, merged with painted acrylics on layers of transparent silk.

Ekaterina Panikanova

Ekaterina Panikanova

Ekaterina Panikanova from Russia paints across large spreads of old books and other documents mounted on wood.

Ekaterina Panikanova

Ekaterina Panikanova (close up)

Last but not least,

J Mikal Davis

J Mikal Davis

American artist J. Mikal Davis, who is also known as Hellbent in the world of street art, paints geometric patterns that give his works a very cool 3-D effect.

If any of these works appeal to you, there are plenty more at the C24 Gallery, which is located at 514 West 24th Street in Manhattan.  “Yell-o” is on display through August 23, 2014.

“Tête de Femme” by Mickalene Thomas at Lehmann Maupin

Posted by The G on July 3, 2014 under Artsy Fartsy, Encounters with G | Be the First to Comment

Photos by G.  Art by Mickalene Thomas.

Mickalene Thomas

Mickalene Thomas

New York’s own Mickalene Thomas has a new exhibit at Lehmann Maupin in her home city.  Entitled, “Tête de Femme,” the show features Thomas exploring the intricacies of a woman’s beauty via collage.

Mickalene Thomas

Mickalene Thomas

The title “Tête de Femme” means “head of a woman” when translated into English.

Mickalene Thomas

Mickalene Thomas

“Tête de Femme” by Mickalene Thomas is showing at Lehmann Maupin (located at 540 West 26th Street) until August 8, 2014.  Learn more about the show here.

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“Art Fare” by Andy Freeberg at Andrea Meislen Gallery

Posted by The G on July 2, 2014 under Artsy Fartsy, Encounters with G | Read the First Comment

Photos of Andy Freeberg’s photos by G.

Andy Freeberg - Art Fare

Andy Freeberg – Art Fare

“Art Fare” by Andy Freeberg at Andrea Meislen Gallery in New York is so great!  When I first saw his works, I thought they were set up, which would have still made me love this exhibit, but after speaking with the artist at the opening night reception, I learned that he caught these amazing scenes as they happened.

Andy Freeberg - Art Fare

Andy Freeberg – Art Fare

Freeberg attended major art fares and was able to capture gallerists, art aficionados and workers in intimate moments setting up their shows, or in most cases – completely ignoring everything except their cell phones!  SO GOOD!!!!    Of course, it would be better if it weren’t this way, but it is and nobody wants to admit it.  But lucky there are people out there like Andy Freeberg who exposes it and shows the world how ridiculous it looks to be in an iPhone coma, especially when you are surrounded by gorgeous works of art.

Andy Freeberg - Art Fare

Andy Freeberg – Art Fare

Andy Freeberg - Art Fare

Andy Freeberg – Art Fare

Do not miss this great show!  “Art Fare” by Andy Freeberg is showing at Andrea Meislen Gallery in New York (located at 534 West 24th Street) through August 8, 2014.

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