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Ominous, somber, kitschy and forlorn

Three fleeting art exhibits well worth your while Comment

Goldner’s ideas conceived in Mali, born on Warren Street

For 35 years, Tribeca artist Janet Goldner ( has been finding inspiration at opposite ends of the Earth. Intrigued by the tension she’s experienced between her two homes on different continents, Goldner exists as an insider and an outsider. Comment

Raw Letters

From wordsmith to symbol-smith, Jack Pierson enters new territory in his latest exhibition, “Abstracts” at Cheim & Read. His signature word sculptures that referenced issues of relationship and gay identity have given way to Pierson’s use of letters as raw material without the necessity of tying them to language. Comment

Two decades after his death, Salvador Dalí persists

In an exhibition that is largely focused on prints but also includes a handful of unique drawings, William Bennett Gallery aims to make another case for Salvador Dalí. Comment

‘Art Activist’ sheds light on ‘aerosol artists’

Urban Art. Street Art. Mural Art. Aerosol Art. Spray Art. Guerilla Art. Tag Art. Call graffiti what you will — but there’s no denying it’s a big part of life in NYC (whether we realize it or not). That sentiment was expounded by painter/photographer Shell Sheddy. Comment

Russian artist: cartoons are protest, not pop 

Claire Oliver Gallery is currently featuring a site-specific installation by the Russian artist Georgii “Gosha” Ostretsov — who has been part of the Moscow art scene since the mid-1980s. Eclectic, and as visually overwhelming as it is enticing, “Coolville” is comprised of painted, mural-sized canvas comic strips that sparkle through vivid color and form. Arranged along the walls, suspended from the ceiling, and contrasted with the occasional life-size figurative sculpture, the paintings have not only taken over the gallery’s exhibition space; they’ve transformed it into a science fiction wonderland. Comment


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