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Conor Harrington: Stakes Is High
"Any real change should make you feel, at first, afraid," author Nathan Hill writes at the conclusion of The Nix. "If you’re not afraid of it, then it’s not real change." About an hour after leaving a London pub with Conor Harrington on a cool October evening, I found myself in the hotel lobby, nightcap in hand, and this book, which I have been enjoying over the course of a few trans-Atlantic flights now. It hit me, the idea of real change and the fear that comes with it is exactly what Conor was telling me without really outright proclaiming, "Change is the necessary scary one needs in their life!" If a leap in your art career doesn’t make you feel just a bit nervous and fearful, it’s probably not a leap at all in the first place. This fall, Conor made the leap, hit it straight on, and it’s starting to look beautiful on the other side.December 01, 2016
Alexis Anne Mackenzie "Never Odd or Even"
Using un-retouched found images which have been enlarged, or are pages taken directly from vintage books, Alexis Anne Mackenzie physically reworks, interweaves, and overlays images, resulting in her own highly personalized interpretations. In contrast to the imagery of composed floral arrangements used in previous work, the content in Never Odd or Even turns to the wild and un-staged.November 28, 2016
“Distorted Mirror" @ Last Rites Gallery
Distorted Mirror at Last Rites Gallery is a psychological exploration of altered reality inspired by the heightened atmosphere of carnivals and fairs. The show features works by Jeremy Hush, Heather McLean, Harry Michalakeas, Shane Pierce, Paul Romano, and David Stoupakis, and offers viewers an opportunity to see themselves through the nightmare distortion of a funhouse mirror.November 21, 2016
Pryce Lee “Come Fly With Me” @ Castor Gallery
On November 17th Pryce Lee will be opening his first solo exhibition with NYC-based Castor Gallery as the last show at their Lower East Side location. Two years after his successful NYC debut with Anonymous gallery, London-based artist will be introducing a new body of work titled “Come Fly With Me”.November 16, 2016
Uplifting narratives of West-African Womanhood through the lens of Juliana Kasumu
Juliana Kasumu’s photography details a journey of self discovery; one that is unique to her as a British-Nigerian, a black female artist, and a member of a diasporic community that continues to reclaim its identity from centuries of institutionalized erasure.November 14, 2016
Fintan Switzer's New Work "From The Underground"
Four years since Fintan Switzer suddenly appeared on the international art scene, and three years since he vanished, the Irish artist recently came back out of nowhere. Without any announcements, teasers, previews or explanation, Switzer revealed all new body of work titled "From The Underground" last week.November 14, 2016
Henry Chalfant: 1980 @ Eric Firestone Gallery
Henry Chalfant: 1980 an exhibition that explores a cross-section of a momentous year in New York history through the lens of Henry Chalfant’s photography. This exhibition displays 150 of Chalfant’s photographs of graffiti-covered subway cars, many of which will be exhibited for the first time. This exhibition will also mark the exclusive representation of Henry Chalfant’s archive by Eric Firestone Gallery.November 09, 2016