Art

(Curator Nicholas Cueva with Daniel Dennett's "Haptic Whittles" at Underdonk) At first Daniel Dennett wasn’t sure showing his whittles at Underdonk was a good idea. Not because it’s a small gallery in Bushwick, but because it’s a gallery at all, and Daniel Dennett is a philosopher (specifically, a seventy-four-year-old professor of philosophy at Tufts), not a gallery-pandering, wallet-kissing art worlder.   According to this recent New Yorker profile, Dennett aimed to be an artist as a Harvard undergrad:...
MATTE Projects, the curators behind Full Moon Festival, are bringing their immersive arts and multimedia party, BLACK, back to New York City. BLACK aims to unify music, design and art for a one-night-only blow out at Brooklyn Hangar on April 8th. With performances scheduled by rapper Tommy Genesis, British grime act Trim, art from Hubert Dobler and a light show by Montiel, BLACK is guaranteed to ignite all your senses. We chatted with MATTE's curators, Max...
Lisa Small, the Brooklyn Museum’s Curator of European Painting and Sculpture shares five highlights from Georgia O’Keefe: Living Modern, open now. Alfred Stieglitz Stieglitz, signature image “For this photo session, O’Keeffe wore a bowler-like black hat and wrapped herself in Stieglitz’s cape hiding its prominent buttons and collar. Stieglitz photographed her from a low vantage point, highlighting her audacity in dressing so that her gender was obscured or, one might say, appeared simultaneously male and female. Like other radical women...
Between $18 cocktails at The Armory Show and two floors of great art at SPRING/BREAK, there's a lot to see this weekend, the tail-end of Armory Week. The highest concentration of Brooklyn galleries and artists is, unsurprisingly, at New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) and at SPRING/BREAK—Hyperallergic called NADA "the perennial cool-kids fair" and New York Magazine's Senior Art Critic Jerry Saltz said of SPRING/BREAK, "I really saw a lot of good stuff at this one last...

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