Daniel Larkin

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On Saturday night, Bernie Sanders visited an art gallery in the East Village.

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Post image for Beyond Drips: Investigating Jackson Pollock’s Many Artistic Phases

“Come over here to the drips,” a visitor at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) advised friends.

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Luigi Pirandello’s iconic play Six Characters in Search of an Author (1921) is being reimagined at La MaMa this month.

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Galleries

A Blue Gallery Tour of Chelsea

by Daniel Larkin on March 11, 2016

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There is a special opportunity right now in Chelsea to explore the color blue.

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Post image for Dreamscapes for the 21st Century at the Volta Art Fair

Plunge into dreams at Volta NY 2016.

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Post image for A Taste of Four Decades on the Fringes of Animation

A lonely pink figure walking down a shadowy track amidst glowing neon shapes is a poignant moment in Brian Smee’s “Sports” (2014). The scene also serves as an allegory for the genre of experimental animation.

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Street

When Hens Look Like Maleviches

by Daniel Larkin on November 19, 2015

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There is no perfect word or glossary to describe where Laura Lima takes art.

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Galleries

Tricking Perception in a Maze of Mirrors

by Daniel Larkin on November 18, 2015

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Natasha Johns-Messenger has created a maze of mirrors in “ThreeFold” (2015). It will make you laugh at how easily mirrors can trick and fool your mind.

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At this year’s New York International Fringe Festival, artist Daniel Domig and actor Christopher Domig have collaborated on The Waste Land, an installation in which the latter quixotically plays with objects and rolls around in sawdust while reciting T.S. Eliot’s poem of the same name.

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Post image for If Frida Kahlo Smoked a Blunt with Sylvia Plath

Sylvia Plath once got blazed with Frida Kahlo. This is the setting of Musas, which invites us to be a fly on the wall and listen in on these women’s conversations as they smoke, eat, play, and work.

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