“Forever Strongest” by Bernard Klevickas is slated to tour department garages throughout the summer before being permanently installed on Spring Street.
Harboring Art in Historic Spaces at the 2016 Governors Island Art Fair
The circular sandstone fort of Castle Williams has had numerous identities since it was completed on Governors Island in 1811, from New York City harbor defense to Civil War barracks to military prison.
Crowning the Selfie King
CHICAGO — The race for selfie king is on. James Franco’s piece in the New York Times now rivals Benny Winfield Jr.’s interview in VICE. But there are multiple selfie kings, not just one.
Virtually Sketching in Metal
In his first solo show, Bernard Klevickas has staged the space of Orchard Windows Gallery on the Lower East Side for contemplating industrial process and the aesthetics of machinery and its methods. Turbulence is a small, but detailed, show of sculptures created between 2002 and 2012 from metal and plastic, all with consciousness of surface and form.
A View from the Easel, Part 8
CHICAGO — The eighth installment of a series in which artists send in a photo and a description of their workspace. This week, Amsterdam, NYC, Wilmington, NC and Columbus, GA.
And the Envelope Please… “Presents” Mail Art Opening
We had a great turn out last night for the opening of Presents: Three Months of Mail Art for Hyperallergic HQ. Over a hundred people came through to take a look at the 120+ submissions from around the world.
Mail Art Bulletin: Four Originals
Today’s installment of the Mail Art Bulletin includes works by Bernard Klevickas of Queens, Rainer Zamojre of Germany, Dave LaMorte of New Jersey and Dave Byrd of Brooklyn.