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ARTIST RACHEL LEE HOVNANIAN OF THE WOMEN’S TRILOGY PROJECT ON PART II: ‘HAPPY HOUR’

Women's Trilogy Project Part II: Happy Hour April 20th - May 31st, 2018 Leila Heller Gallery: 568 W 25th Street, New York, NY 10001 Born in West Virginia and raised in Houston, Texas, multidisciplinary artist Rachel Lee Hovnanian is no stranger to southern tradition. Hovanian's recent project, the Women's Trilogy Project, draws on the artist's southern…

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NAOMI WATTS, BROOKE SHIELDS & MORE CELEBRATE MICKALENE THOMAS AT 2018 TRIBECA BALL

On April 9th, the art and entertainment worlds converged at the Tribeca Ball, an annual fundraiser for the New York Academy of Art. The dinner and ceremony, decked out to match this year's "Poetic Astronomy" theme, honored Mickalene Thomas, a New York-based artist known for her elaborate paintings exploring race and gender. This year's Ball…

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HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE PHOTOGRAPHY SHOW 2018 PRESENTED BY AIPAD

One of the world’s most important and longest running annual photography fairs, The Photography Show (organized by AIPAD, the Association of International Photography Art Dealers) returned to New York City for its 38th edition from April 5th to 8th, 2018. This year's fair featured 100 exhibiting galleries from 14 countries presenting museum-quality contemporary, modern and…

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GUERNSEY’S TO AUCTION OVER 50 CELEBRITIES’ DOORS FROM THE CHELSEA HOTEL

The infamous Chelsea Hotel may have shut down for renovation in 2011, but former tenant Jim Georgiou had the foresight to collect doors from the landmark that construction workers disposed on the street. New York auction house Guernsey's has announced that it will auction off more than 50 of these historical doors, some of which led…

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THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF ART TO HOST TRIBECA BALL FUNDRAISER ON APRIL 9TH

Tribeca Ball to Benefit the New York Academy of Art April 9th, 2018, 6pm - late 111 Franklin Street, New York Tickets HERE The New York Academy of Art will host its annual fundraiser, the Tribeca Ball, on April 9th. With notable event chairs including Mary-Kate Olsen and Naomi Watts, the event is sure to…

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FRIEZE WEEK KICKS OFF IN NEW YORK ON MAY 2ND: GET THE SCHEDULE

Following Armory Arts Week, Frieze New York will return to Randall's Island from May 4th to 6th with VIP previews on the 2nd and 3rd. Frieze will attract a number of satellite art shows to the city along with it, including Moniker, Superfine! NYC and TEFAF. Scroll down for the schedule. Frieze New York Preview…

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HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE ARMORY SHOW 2018

The famed focal point of Armory Art Week, The Armory Show took over Piers 92 & 94 from March 7th to 10th, drawing collectors, gallerists, artists and art lovers from around the world. Sales from the show were strong, with independent collectors as well as institutions acquiring works exhibited. Winner of the Presents Booth Prize,…

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THE BEST BOOTHS AT SPRING/BREAK ART SHOW 2018

Today is the last day to check out SPRING/BREAK Art Show in Times Square! Don't miss our pick of standout booths at the fair. "Secret Gay Box," Curated by John Wolf As a child, John Wolf hid a box full of items that would identify him as gay underneath his bed. His special project at…

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ARMORY WEEK 2018: GUIDE TO OPENINGS + ART FAIRS

Armory Week returns to New York City this month from February 27th to March 12th! Unlike past years, Armory Week is off to an early start with the ADAA Art Show opening on February 27th. Check out The Untitled Magazine's 2018 guide below for all the best satellite fairs and openings worth visiting during the week!…

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‘FLASH: PHOTOGRAPHS BY HAROLD EDGERTON’ OPENS AT THE WHITNEY MARCH 30TH

Flash: Photographs by Harold Edgerton from the Whitney's Collection March 30, 2018  Whitney Museum of American Art: 99 Gansevoort St., New York The pioneer of flash photography, Harold Edgerton's contributions to the medium are indispensable. The Whitney will honor Edgerton with an exhibition of his works from the 30s through the 60s drawn entirely from…

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SPRING/BREAK ART SHOW 2018: ‘STRANGER COMES TO TOWN’

  SPRING/BREAK Art Show March 6 - March 12, 2018 4 Times Square, New York SPRING/BREAK Art Show, an annual experimental exhibition for independent curators to exhibit works by emerging and mid-career artists, has announced its seventh edition. The show will take place in Manhattan from March 6th to March 12, the same week as…

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VALENTINE’S DAY 2018: AN ART GIFT GUIDE

Give the timeless gift of art this Valentine's Day with our roundup of works by a range of artists from Fahren Feingold to Parker Day or Leah Schrager. The perfect way to tell your special someone you care—and much more permanent than flowers—these pieces are entirely unique solutions to your V-Day shopping dilemma. "STILL WE…

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ICP GETS POLITICAL WITH NEW EXHIBITIONS

Edmund Clark: The Day the Music Died Then They Came For Me: Incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II Both through May 6th, 2018 ICP Museum: 250 Bowery, New York City The International Center for Photography has two new recently-opened exhibitions on view, both exploring politically relevant subject matter. The first, "Edmund Clark: The…

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FRIEZE NEW YORK ANNOUNCES 2018 AGENDA

  Frieze New York 2018 May 4 - 6, 2018 Randall’s Island Park, New York Featuring more than 190 galleries from 30 countries, the seventh edition of Frieze has announced its 2018 exhibitors and programming. Returning to Randall's Island, the fair will showcase the world's most significant artists and galleries as well as expanded programming…

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THE PHOTOGRAPHY SHOW BY AIPAD RETURNS TO PIER 94 ON APRIL 5TH

The Photography Show, presented by AIPAD April 5th - April 8th, 2018 Pier 94: 711 12th Avenue, New York One of the world's most important and longest running annual photography fairs, The Photography Show (organized by AIPAD, the Association of International Photography Art Dealers) will return to New York City for its 38th edition. AIPAD…

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THE UNTITLED SPACE ‘ONE YEAR OF RESISTANCE’ OPENING INSPIRES CROWDS

On January 16th, hundreds of artists, collectors and anti-Trump activists flocked to The Untitled Space for the opening of "ONE YEAR OF RESISTANCE," a group show of over 80 artists curated by Indira Cesarine responding to America's current political climate. The exhibit—timed to coincide with the one-year inauguration of President Donald Trump—imparts the pressing nature…

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