Posts Tagged ‘off the wall’

OFF THE WALL: JEANETTE HAYES PARADISE??

By Valerie Hsieh Photos courtesy of Castor Gallery Jeanette Hayes’ solo exhibit PARADISE?? is now on view at Castor Gallery. Her works have a contrasting aesthetic of high art and pop culture, featuring canonical images […]

OFF THE WALL: DOUG WHEELER ‘ENCASEMENTS’ AT DAVID ZWIRNER

Photographs courtesy of David Zwirner Two years ago we stepped into Doug Wheeler’s Untitled exhibit at David Zwirner, and now the artist is back at the gallery’s 20th street location with Encasements, a collection of […]

OFF THE WALL: THE MUSEUM OF FEELINGS

By Conor Riley Friday night I checked out The Museum of Feelings, a seasonal pop-up in Battery Park, which invites guests to examine their different feelings and emotions in six different visually and physically stimulating […]

OFF THE WALL: ZANE LEWIS + JOE GRILLO AT THE HOLE

Sunday marked the closing day of two exhibits at The Hole: Zane Lewis’s Badlands and Joe Grillo’s #%@&!!!. We were lucky enough to get a look at both over the weekend before they came down. […]

OFF THE WALL: FLAVOR AT MOFAD

Yesterday, we had the chance to check out the recently opened Museum of Food and Drink aka MOFAD, situated on the quiet Bayard St. in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The museum’s current exhibit called Flavor: Making It […]

OFF THE WALL: HOW POSTERS WORK AT COOPER HEWITT

All posters/photographs courtesy of Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum How Posters Work collects 125 of the Cooper Hewitt’s permanent pieces to examine how the design principles employed in film advertisements, album artwork, book covers and […]

OFF THE WALL: FRIDA KAHLO – ART, GARDEN, LIFE AT THE NEW YORK BOTANICAL GARDEN

by Jennifer Orlowski In this historic exhibition, the New York Botanical Garden explores, for the first time, Frida Kahlo’s appreciation for the beauty and variety of the natural world as portrayed by the regular use of plant imagery throughout her […]

OFF THE WALL: ISA GENZKEN, WOLFGANG TILLMANS + DAN FLAVIN AT DAVID ZWIRNER

  NYFW may be over, but there’s still plenty going on in NYC. David Zwirner is currently home to new exhibits from three of our favorite modern artists: Isa Genzken, Wolfgang Tillmans and Dan Flavin. […]

OFF THE WALL: TOM OF FINLAND – THE PLEASURE OF PLAY AT ARTISTS SPACE

  The current Tom of Finland exhibit The Pleasure of Play at Artists Space in SoHo is so good, the gallery just extended it through September 13th, so now you have no excuse not to […]

OFF THE WALL: LA NY BY JEFFREY MILSTEIN

  By Conor Riley Additional photos c/o Benrubi Gallery While you’ve been shopping our Deep Summer Warehouse Sale in both NYC at our 28 Bond St. store and at OAK 910 S. Broadway in DTLA, […]

OFF THE WALL: COLORS AT LOUIS B JAMES GALLERY

  By Mitch Stepien   Yesterday I decided to beat the heat by gallery hopping in the Lower East Side. I stumbled upon the Louis B James Gallery, and hilariously enough, their exhibition discussed exactly […]

OFF THE WALL: FAILE SAVAGE/SACRED YOUNG MINDS AT BROOKLYN MUSEUM

  By Conor Riley   The Brooklyn-based collaborative duo FAILE (Patrick’s McNeil and Miller) bring their world of consumer culture, religious traditions, the urban environment and where the lines between those concepts blur to the […]

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