Posts Tagged ‘off the wall’

OFF THE WALL: ANDY WARHOL 1950s DRAWINGS

For their closing exhibit of 2014, Anton Kern Gallery is showing 150 never before seen works from Andy Warhol. While at first sight, the gallery’s bright pink walls are seemingly the only “Warholian” piece of […]

OFF THE WALL: THE HOLIDAYS AT MoMA

Photographs by Jennifer Orlowski Spending a day during the holiday season at the MoMA can be an exciting outing for tourists and locals alike. While the current featured exhibit is Henri Matisse’s Cut Outs (which […]

OFF THE WALL: FRANZ WEST AT DAVID ZWIRNER

Photographs by Luke MacMillan Austrian artist Franz West has a decade’s worth of work currently at David Zwirner, and the artist’s peculiar points of view are the centralized theme. Beginning in the 1990s, West began […]

OFF THE WALL: JEREMY DEPREZ AT ZACH FEUER

By Luke MacMillan Jeremy Deprez’s exhibit Tenant all started with a businessman’s shirt, spotted by the artist at a Starbucks. The vertical line pattern of the shirt stuck, and challenged Deprez to create works that […]

OFF THE WALL: STEPHEN SHORE AT 303 GALLERY

Photographs by Luke MacMillan Stephen Shore pioneered the use of color photography in the 1970s, and is back at 303 for his fifth exhibition at the gallery. Comprised of photographs from Israel and The West […]

OFF THE WALL: JASON RHOADES PEAROEFOAM

Photographs by Luke MacMillan David Zwirner officially re-opened for the season last week with the late artist Jason Rhoades’ exhibit PeaRoeFoam. Created from whole green peas, salmon eggs, beaded foam, and elmer’s glue, Rhoades’ “brand […]

OFF THE WALL: DANIEL PALILLO AT THE HOLE GALLERY

Photographs by Luke MacMillan Friday night we checked out Daniel Palillo’s installation at The Hole Gallery, aplty titled Paintings About the Fashion World (also the name of his SS15 Collection). Palillo’s paintings lined the walls, […]

OFF THE WALL: ‘MULTIPLICITY’ GROUP SHOW AT MIXED GREENS

Photographs by Jennifer Orlowski This week we checked out ‘Multiplicity’ the group showing at Mixed Greens Gallery in Chelsea, which is now on view through Friday, the 29th. The exhibit explores the cities Belfast, New […]

OFF THE WALL: BRUCE LA BRUCE “OBSCENITY” AT THE HOLE

Canadian artist and filmmaker Bruce LaBruce’s exhibit Obscenity at The Hole examines sexuality and religion through a campaign for a unisex fragrance. The exhibit takes over the Gallery 3 space, and is accompanied by a […]

OFF THE WALL: TO DO AS ONE WOULD AT DAVID ZWIRNER

Photographs by Luke Macmillan To Do As One Would, a group exhibition at David Zwirner, revolves around a group of artists and their innovative use of industrial materials. From sculpture to textiles, the works give […]

OFF THE WALL: JEFF KOONS RETROSPECTIVE AT THE WHITNEY

Photographs by Luke Macmillan From gazing balls to Gaga, Jeff Koons is one of the most prolific, influential and controversial artists of the last three decades. Now, for the first time ever, his work is […]

OFF THE WALL: PARIS STREET ART

  Like New York, Paris may be known for its endless museums and galleries, but also like NYC the streets are just as alive with artwork in the French capitol. From World Cup pieces and Homer […]