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I was fortunate enough to see, experience, ponder and absorb a great deal of wonderful artwork all around town this year, and I was happy to be able to write about quite a lot of it for The L and Brooklyn Magazine. Had I my druthers, though, and perhaps a few fewer part-time gigs—and maybe also the super power of ubiquity, likely wished for by many others who cover art in New York City—I would’ve...
In this post-analog world, a few Brooklyn gallery owners are taking it next level—by busting out some serious Instagram game. From a few hundred followers to actually being Instagram-famous, they're on top of uploading images from their daily lives (and not just your typical gallery-show-coming-up-photos): sneak peeks of their own works-in-progress, selfies with friends (and cats and celebrities), artistic arrangements of weird objects, pristine landscape portraits, and, of course, the witty memes. One thing...
Ian Trask has the quiet demeanor of a research scientist—he's soft spoken, his words are carefully chosen and precise, his tone even and calm. When I met up with him at the Invisible Dog, he seemed like he'd be much more comfortable sitting in a lab, preferably alone rather than discussing his work in a gallery. You'd have to be unusually perceptive to guess right away that Trask is actually an artist, and one...

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