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"Night Flight" at TSA NY. Image courtesy TSA NY. Artist-run galleries can take many forms and be administered in many ways, especially when they’re partnered or collaborative affairs of some sort, or when they’re organized and directed by groups calling themselves collectives. They can be inspired, energized, even career-advancing labors of love for a while, then maybe wane as career trajectories or lives in general go in different directions. Or they can start in a...
The new exhibition season in NYC is not yet a week old, but it's fair to say that it's already, in a quantitative sense, well underway. That is, there were just enough gallery openings last week to note without exaggeration that there are now hundreds of new exhibits for you to see all around town. Sounds daunting, right? And wonderful as well? A welcome thrust of activity? True, true and true. Also, it's just the start. Plenty...
Prepare for the recently dormant yet typically quite lively art gallery circuits in our fine town to get jolted back into activity this week with hundreds of openings scattered around the boroughs. There are about 20 shows opening in the Lower East Side alone this Wednesday, for instance, and another 50 in Chelsea on Thursday. Yes, 50. Just in Chelsea. Just this Thursday. And that's a low-balled estimate. So is the 20. Friday, then, will feature...
Fatima Directed by Philippe Faucon Opens August 26th An interview with the director (English translation) A bit neorealist and a bit cinéma vérité, a bit documentary and a bit new wave, a bit political and a bit sociological, a bit delicate and daring as well, Fatima, the new film by Philippe Faucon, is also an utterly tender and engaging work, and one that should be not merely seen, but also lived—for despite the complexity of the themes at...

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