Posts Tagged ‘sculpture’

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: A SUBTLETY OR THE MARVELOUS SUGAR BABY BY KARA WALKER

Photographs by Justin Fulton Located in the cavernous buildings left behind by the Domino Sugar Factory, Kara Walker has brought light to the decades of repression that had never left walls of the now abandoned buildings. The very […]

OFF THE WALL: STORM KING ART CENTER

In the lower Hudson Valley, an hour 1/2 north of NYC, is Storm King Art Center: a vast outdoor sculpture park comprised of works from its permanent collection as well as rotating artists. This season […]

OFF THE WALL: AS ABOVE/SO BELOW AT BRIAN MORRIS GALLERY

Opening exhibit photographs by Courtney Harvier Additional photographs courtesy of Brian Morris Gallery “As Above/So Below” at the Brian Morris Gallery in the LES showcases the work of two distinctly different sculptural artists, Carol Salmanson […]

OFF THE WALL: ISA GENZKEN AT MOMA

This weekend we made our way up to the MoMA to check out the Isa Genzken Retrospective, the most extensive collection of the German artist’s work in the 40 years she’s been creating her signature […]

OFF THE WALL: MIKE KELLEY AT MOMA PS 1

This weekend, we headed to MoMA PS 1 in Long Island City, Queens for the opening of Mike Kelley, the largest exhibition of the late artists’ work to date, and the first time a single artist has filled […]