Tag - New York


Marie Lorenz on Hudson River

New York based artist Marie Lorenz showed up with two invited guests at the Village Community Boathouse, at Pier 40, on the Hudson River, couple of weeks ago. She finished her five-week journey in which she piloted a canoe from Buffalo, New York, to...


Ethnic diversity in museum staff

Two studies that are made not that long ago showed a lack of ethnic and racial diversity in museum staff in the US. People of color present 38% of USA’s population, they make only 16% in museum administration, conservators and educators, and 9% of museum...


Unemployment by Josh Kline

Currently on view at 47 Canal, New York, Josh Kline’s show “Unemployment” is the situated in the year 2030, a story about people losing their jobs to software during the period approaching election. The whole look of the show is very pessimistic and...


Mind Blowing Bendy Sculptures by Li Hongbo

Chinese artist and paper master Li Hongbo’s mind blowing, accordion-like paper sculptures, inspired by both traditional folk art and Li’s time as a student learning to sculpt, challenge our perceptions. On closer inspection, the sculptures of Li Hongbo...


Women’s Portraits By Danny Lane

Danny Lane is a born-and-raised New York City photographer with a unique talent to capture images that walk thin lines. Sensitive to duality within art, Lane is able to convey images at once intimate and distant, clean and raw. A lifelong theater actor and...