NYAB contributing writer Brian Fee has tasked himself with covering PS1’s “Greater New York” exhibition, which opened May 23rd, and continues into October. In his first installment, Fee contextualizes the exhibition, and gives insight into posts to come.
NYAB writer Brian Fee asks; “what gives? What is the benefit of seeing “not new” art in a gallery setting, as opposed to browsing the hallowed halls of the museums?”
They take us somewhere far beyond the gallery walls, into environments deeply personal and thoroughly rewarding.
With over 250 exhibitors, videos, artist signings and lectures, the Lexington Armory became a place where different people, mediums, places, and ideas intersected.
“If you want to know about Japanese photography, you must study photobooks.”
In the spirit of celebrating new ideas, NYAB asked the folks behind “Young Curators, New Ideas II” at PPOW Gallery to share thoughts on what’s recently been on their minds… with funny, thoughtful, and unexpected results.
“The No Soul for Sale: Festival of Independents” is a new kind of art fair. No entry fee, no walls separating one participant from another, no work for sale, just 40+ nonprofit art organizations from around the world coexisting, sharing, and collaborating.
The mega-fair arrives armored with a new Modern wing, moderate expectations, and Kenny Scharf.
A monthly art installation in a Bronx apartment celebrates its one-year anniversary.