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Carrier Pigeon provides artists with a venue for telling stories in an undisturbed environment by offering the chance to show full bodies of work in an environment of unconditional artistic freedom in both direct subject matter and the interpretation of text
Branching out further, he photographed portraits of the unsavory, the meek, and the forgotten, pasting their images illegally on public walls, and gaining the acceptance of the Parisian government who wrapped city hall in his images.
NYAB writer Rena Silverman reports from AOL’s ‘arty’ birthday party, and the launch of Project on Creativity
“I just want to say right now, if you dress like that, girl, honestly, there’s nothing wrong. The only way its wrong is that we’ve been told for centuries, from time to time, that sort of look is negative.”
Each act was laden with dance, song and strong cultural references that provoked, challenged and entertained the ‘other artist,’ museum attendees and cameras.
Once a piece of an artists’ work is purchased by a collector, an admirer, or even their mother, it’s up to their discretion as to how it’s viewed or stored. But after the collector has passed, what becomes of the art?
We almost filled out the application and auditioned, but chickened out and only ended up just checking out the scene in front of White Columns today.
The Japanese Pop star opened a new exhibition of paintings and sculptures on Saturday night.
From Chelsea to Lincoln Center, art fairs take over the West Side from March 5-8, 2009.
This is it, people. Election ’08 happens today. After you’re done voting, check out these art-related events around the city.