New York City’s Dinner Gallery is excited to present artist Sophia Belkin’s first solo exhibition with the gallery, titled “Slice of Water.” The exhibition is scheduled to run from March 9 to April 22, 2023, and an opening reception will take place on March 9 from 6 to 8 pm.
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Artist Turns NY Home Into Psychedelic Masterpiece
Artist Katwise is well-known for using bright colors, psychedelic patterns, and one-of-a-kind designs. In her latest project, she’s taken things up a notch by transforming an upstate New York farmhouse into an eye-catching work of art.
Sorry for the Damage – An Interview With Marjolijn de Wit
Amsterdam-based artist Marjolijn de Wit is known in Europe and beyond for her incredible oil paintings. Her newest solo exhibit, “Sorry for the Damage,” is currently on display at the Asya Geisberg Gallery — a contemporary art gallery in New York that specializes in “international artists in all media.”
Tivoli Barn Offers Travelers a Break From City Life
Even the most dedicated city dwellers can use a break from the hustle and bustle. The Barn in Tivoli offers one of the best options for those who want to relax in a rustic — yet still comfortable and inviting — environment.
What You Know Bout Love: An Interview With Na’ye Perez
On February 2, Haitian-Cuban artist Na’ye Perez introduced a new mural at BRIC House in Brooklyn, New York. The mural is titled “What You Know Bout Love…” and is named after the popular song by Pop Smoke.
10 Fascinating ‘Statue of Liberty’ Facts
Just about everyone is familiar with the Statue of Liberty, which sits in the Upper New York Bay. A lot of people don’t know much about its history or the meaning behind its various features, though.
Lush – An Interview With Anthony Padilla
On Thursday, November 11, 2021, artist Anthony Padilla will debut his new solo exhibition, titled “Lush,” at Dinner Gallery in New York City. “Lush” features six new paintings from Padilla and will serve as an extension of his popular Natures series.
SVA Students Predict Post-Pandemic Life With Magazine Covers
Under the instruction of professor Tomer Hanuka, a group of third-year students at the School of Visual Arts in New York City were tasked with creating magazine covers that illustrate their predictions of what post-pandemic life will look like. These magazine covers were all drawn in the style of The New Yorker.
‘Doku: Digital Alaya’ Appears in First NY Gallery Exhibit
New York’s first gallery exhibition of “Doku: Digital Alaya” by Shanghai-based artist Lu Yang opened to visitors on May 7, 2021. The exhibit is taking place at the Jane Lombard Gallery.
Short Film Explores the Life of NYC’s ‘Artifact Artist’
Scott Jordan has spent nearly 50 years exploring the landfills, construction sites, and other forgotten or less-visited areas of New York City. During his explorations, he’s uncovered all kinds of forgotten artifacts. Some date back more than 300 years!