There are more than 20 fairs in Miami this week, on top of the rich offerings at the city’s museums and private collections. Here’s a handy way to make sense of it all.
The jukebox is quiet and there’s prosecco flowing, but anachronisms aside, Macon Reed’s “Eulogy for the Dyke Bar” installation is a vibrant tribute to the disappearing lesbian bar.
Like a noble grizzly emerging, famished and irritable, from her den after months of hibernation, the New York art world is roaring aggressively into action for the annual Armory Week fairs.
It’s Armory Art Week in New York, and we we always look forward to finding ways to contribute a new critical perspective that will educate and illuminate an aspect of art.
You have limited time, but you need to know where to go. Don’t worry, we got you covered. Here’s our take on what to expect.
This year, we’re excited to announce that we’ve teamed up with PULSE Miami Beach to present two exciting discussions as part of the PULSE PERSPECTIVES series.
This past weekend’s Pulse New York offered many examples of uninspiring or downright cheesy contemporary art, interspersed with a few gems.
It’s time for the art world’s annual migration to the far, far, far west side of Midtown Manhattan for the Armory Show and its many satellite art fairs.
Despite the upsides of Pulse, I found myself perusing the fair and wondering what has happened to conceptual art, or even just art with concepts.
Starting today, I will be posting a special series sponsored by 20×200 that will profile some of the people who are attending the New York art fairs this week. I did a random sampling of attendees at the 2011 Pulse Art Fair to give a sense of who the audience is for these annual events. Here is who and what I found on a Thursday afternoon in Chelsea
Pulse 2011, a more emerging gallery-oriented fair than the Armory, ADAA or Independent, took place in a well-lit, pleasant space on West 18th Street that had more in common with a high-end mall than a convention center. Unfortunately, most of the art on view was just as anodyne as the space itself.