For those who have followed Haynes’ work, her open-ended, experimental approach is not surprising. She is both rigorous and adventuresome without ever claiming these qualities for herself.
There are eighty works on paper in the exhibition, Branden Koch: Bald Ego at Regina Rex, all of which speak to and about the dilemma of being an artist and sympathetic human being in America under the current regime.
Though he wears his scholarship lightly, Carl D’Alvia is adept at the semaphores of 20th-century sculpture.
In recent years, luminosity itself has emerged as Gwenn Thomas’s ultimate subject.
For the second year, an art fair is joining the Bushwick Open Studios happenings. The NEWD Art Show returns with 11 exhibitors to the warehouse space of The 1896.
MEXICO CITY — As blue chip galleries courted international collectors at the city’s biggest art fair on the fringes of the tony neighborhood of Polanco, a smaller and more intimate fair opened on Thursday night across town.
Regina Rex’s closure Sunday was the first public development in a campaign begun six months ago by the building’s landlord, David Steinberg, that placed pressure on the half-dozen gallery tenants in his loft building at 17-17 Troutman Street in Queens.
An upstart art fair in the nebulous East Williamsburg/Bushwick region, NEWD, is throwing its hat into the ring during the 2014 Bushwick Open Studios.
The group show SQUIRTS at Regina Rex is small and succinct but manages to convey a lot in the gallery’s diminutive space. April Childers, David Leggett, and Max Maslansky mine pop culture imagery to deliver — according to the press release — “hard and fast truths through urgent expression.” The artists in the show share a strong tendency toward irony, the use of found objects and imagery, sexual awkwardness, cheeky humor, and work that is just plain fun to look at.
For those who love the vibrant art scene of Bushwick and its younger sister in Queens, Ridgewood, it is a good time to venture through the area’s galleries to see a wide range of work that is sure to inspire and provoke conversation. These are seven shows that are worth a look.
This September, every gallery in Bushwick is opening with some of the strongest shows the neighborhood has ever seen. Here, we outline the best shows to see (which, oddly enough, is almost all of them), and when and where to see them. Bushwick has certainly grown into its own as New York City’s youngest art district, and this powerhouse lineup of September openers proves it.
One of the founding members of the often praised Ridgewood/Bushwick space, Regina, Rex, has gone Manhattan with a new gallery on the Lower East Side, Eli Ping.