Galleries

Post image for A Cassette-Based Symphony that Erodes with Time

WASHINGTON, DC — For the past several weeks, Transformer Gallery has played host to a dissonant symphony.

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Post image for Paintings Playfully Distilled from 18th-Century European Portraiture

Currently on view in the project room at ART 3 in Bushwick are a half-dozen canvases by Deborah Brown, consisting of figures, some based literally, others emblematically, on the portrait styles of various historical periods.

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Post image for A Sci-fi Film Imagines a Dystopian Future for Palestine

MADRID — What do archaeology and science fiction have in common?

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Post image for When Honey-Coated Nude Performance Art Loses Its Sting

Madison Young isn’t the first woman I’ve seen pour honey on her naked body and, owing to certain lifestyle choices I’ve made, I have a feeling she won’t be the last.

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Post image for An Ivory Tower Artist: Joe Bradley’s Recent Paintings, Sculptures, and Drawings

His work suggests that once Bradley conceives of his project, he is able to pass effortlessly through the style, like an adept actor able to play any role as long as it isn’t too serious and doesn’t require a lot of feeling.

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Post image for Full Steam Ahead: Steve DiBenedetto’s Recent Paintings

Steve DiBenedetto has not been sitting still. I cannot imagine that he ever does.

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Post image for Theater, Science, Music: The Expansive Art of Fausto Melotti

There are numerous points of beguilement throughout the show, beginning in the very first room off the street.

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Post image for Darkly Funny Paintings Mash Up Comix and Cubism

Lucia Love is a talented, Brooklyn-based artist, but if you Google her name you’ll probably find a different Lucia Love — a British hardcore porn star.

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Post image for The Tragedies and Triumphs of American Athletes of Color

At Fort Gansevoort Gallery, there is a new art exhibition with titular claim to the annual Division 1 men’s college basketball tournament.

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Post image for William Wegman: More Than Weimaraners In Wigs

Among a particular generation of Sesame Street and Saturday Night Live viewers, artist William Wegman is known almost exclusively for his goofy photos and videos of his pet Weimaraners dressed up in human clothing.

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