Wednesday, March 26, 2008

New York City blooms with art

Like a tenacous ivy, the artworld winds its way through New York City March 27 -30 with art fairs throughout the mighty island. If your out and about check out the work of

Jorden Eagles, Red Dot
Heejin Chong at Pool Art
Broad Thinking Collective artists
Chris Twomey (also at Pool art), Kyle Goen, Peggy Cyphers, Elizabeth Riley, Alyssa Fanning, Jane Fire, Madeleine Hatz, Steven Salzman, Ann Shostrom, Robert Smithson, Holly Sumner at Art Now
Heide Hatry (Hatry's work with Pierre Menard gallery) at Art Now.

Fantastic work for the mind, body and soul.

At the Armory check out ;
Lehmann Maupin Gallery
Cheim & Read Gallery

A great map with the locations of all the fairs can be found at;


Saturday, March 01, 2008

A.I.R. Gallery and National Womens History Project kick off the month of March

March begins Women’s History month with a rediscovery and new perspective of work created by women.

A.I.R. Gallery and the National Womens History Project kicked off their programming last night with a tour through the Works on paper show at the Armory with groups led by Judith Brodsky, founder of The Brodsky Print Center and Marjorie Van Dyke of Van Deb Editions and special guest artists Faith Ringgold and Judy Pfaff.
"Works on Paper" Art Fair, the Park Avenue Armory from 643 Park Ave, between 66th & 67th St. For more info:

Upcoming events of interest are; March 4-29th
“Structured Incidents,” curated by Charlotta Kotik,
an A.I.R. National Artists Exhibition @ A.I.R. Gallery, 511 West 25th Street
March 6th
“Structured Incidents,” – Opening Reception 6pm – 8pm
March 1st and March 8th
Art W of artDC "Art Walk Chelsea" , led by Xanda McCagg of Art Introductions
Cocktails and hors d'oeuvres, tour of galleries exhibiting women artists.
Meet the Dealers making a Difference! 1- 3pmBUY MARCH 1 WALK TICKET OR BUY MARCH 8 WALK TICKET
March 9th
"Documenting the Feminist Art Movement: Film and Personal Stories"
PS1, 22-25 Jackson Ave, Long Island City, 11101 2:00-6:00PMCo-sponsored by PS1, The Feminist Art Project, Rutgers Institute for Women and Art, AIR Gallery presents a program on the films of two pioneering feminist artists, Lynn Hershman and Joan Braderman. The afternoon features excerpts from their films and panel discussions with each filmmaker together with leading artists of the feminist art movement.
March 19th
"Panel: DIY Feminisms: from Pioneer to Punk to Post Digital"Moderated by Judith K. Brodsky, co-director, Institute for Women and Art at Rutgers University and Kat Griefen,Director, A.I.R. Gallery with Panelists Daria Dorosh, artist and a founding member of A.I.R. Gallery; Kathleen Hanna, artist and founder of Riot Grrrl Movement; and Raphaele Shirley, video artist and founder of PAM (Perpetual Art Machine)
March 28th
"National Women's History Project High Tea and Honoring Ceremony"
The Puck Building, 295 Lafayette Street 2:00-5:00PMBUY TEA TICKETS NOW
March 28th
"A.I.R. Gala Celebration & Exhibition"
A.I.R. Gala @The Puck Building, 295 Lafayette St - 6:00PM BUY GALA TICKETS NOW