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  • Keith Haring’s vision is fundamental to 80’s nostalgia.  His comic book characters are universally recognized, and with his first retrospective of early works at the Brooklyn Museum the artist will continue to be acclaimed.  Many can breeze through the show, enjoying the similarities to a schoolboy’s doodles.  More ...
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    Added by Zev Eisenberg on March 16, 201225 Comments

  • As the contemporary art market moves creatively forward, tech-art is on the rise.  Famed veteran artists Jenny Holzer and Jim Campbell are both sought after for their LED installations.  Fairly unknown, but equally as impressive, are the works by Teddy Lo now on display at the Highline Loft’s group exhibition “Transmutation.&r...
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    Added by Zev Eisenberg on March 8, 201261 Comments

  • Gay pride weekend kicked off with a celebratory cheer on Friday as the state passed the legalization of equal marriage for all! What better way to celebrate than to head to Kenny Scharf’s wild East Williamsburg basement and party it up with one of the world’s most renowned street artist? Scharf’s psychedelic murals coat city walls...
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    Added by Zev Eisenberg on June 29, 2011357 Comments

  • Tucked in the neighborhood boundaries of Chelsea, Manhattan exists a land of white-boxed rooms separated from the mere reaches of dodgy gay bars and high street “American Apparel-like” boutiques.  Exploring the buildings west of 9th Avenue can be daunting, not because of dangers lurking around the corners but arising more harshly ...
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    Added by Zev Eisenberg on June 21, 20112 Comments