The Japanese Pop star opened a new exhibition of paintings and sculptures on Saturday night.
Most fairs are strictly business and only a few details may be memorable, if one is lucky. Along with several special projects, one such detail at Scope Miami was the invasion of the L.A. graffiti artist known as Mr. Brainwash.
NADA, the New Art Dealers Alliance, delivers what the name suggests – new, young and exciting galleries and art from as many as 19 countries.
The first art fair of its kind in New York, ACAF returns this November 7-10 with over 80 exhibitors from 15 countries.
NYAB attended the inaugural opening of Gallery KUMUKUMU. Artist Ken Hamazaki welcomed the audience with a tea ceremony performance.
The 11th annual Editions and Artists’ Book Fair was held Oct. 31 – Nov. 2, 2008 at The Tunnel in Chelsea. NYAB stopped by the opening on Thursday night.
NYAB was at the opening of Japanese photographer Yasumasa Yonehara’s “Tokyo Amour” exhibition at Barry Friedman Ltd.
Scenes from the opening of “At Home,” an exhibition that examines domestic life, at A Gathering of the Tribes in the East Village.
NYAB covered Artlog, the Williamsburg Gallery, and phillipsARTexpert.com’s guided street art tour last Friday as part of Williamsburg’s ongoing second Friday of the month art happenings.
A preview of their new retrospective at Brooklyn Museum, with “the artist” as tour guide.