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Jenny Holzer: Light Line at the Guggenheim, Courtesy of The Untitled Magazine

JENNY HOLZER AT THE GUGGENHEIM: ‘LIGHT LINE’ AND THE ENDURING POWER OF LANGUAGE

Jenny Holzer: Light Line Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum May 17–September 29, 2024 On display now at the Guggenheim in New York is Jenny Holzer: Light Line, a reimagining of Holzer's 1989 landmark art piece created for the museum. Previously, the spiraling LED sign was the longest in the world. Now, it's still considered a masterpiece of…

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THE UNTITLED SPACE OPENS LINDA COLLETTA “SCRATCH & SNIFF” DEBUT NYC SOLO SHOW

On July 9, The Untitled Space opened "Scratch & Sniff," a solo exhibition of artwork by Connecticut-based artist Linda Colletta. The packed reception marked Colletta's debut solo show in New York City, and the exhibit — curated by UNTITLED's Indira Cesarine — will be on view at the Tribeca gallery through July 20. Despite the…

Adam Green, Comedian Deity, Courtesy of DIMIN

DIMIN TRIBECA PRESENTS ‘TRANSFIGURATION OF THE COMEDIAN’ BY ADAM GREEN

DIMIN 406 Broadway, Fl. 2, NY July 18-August 17, 2024 Opening July 18, 6-8 p.m. From July 18 to August 17, contemporary art gallery DIMIN in Tribeca will present the exhibition Transfiguration of the Comedian by Adam Green. This exhibition is a series of ten paintings presenting cross-sections of his invented deity "the Comedian." The…

20 YEARS OF STYLE: INTRODUCING THIS YEAR’S CFDA/VOGUE FASHION FUND FINALISTS

The 2024 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund has just announced the finalists for this year's competition and teased the challenges that will make this 20th anniversary year special. Last year's winner Melitta Baumeister and runners-up Rachel Scott and Henry Zankov, in conjunction with Saks Fifth Avenue, CFDA and Vogue released the list Wednesday, May 29th, and feel…

PRIDE 2024 | THE BEST EVENTS TO CELEBRATE LOVE IN NEW YORK CITY

New York City’s annual month-long pride celebration kicks off on May 31, ushering in a month of celebrating the city’s LGBTQIA+ community. NYC Pride unveiled the 2024 theme earlier this year as “Reflect. Empower. Unite.,” which was chosen to commemorate the intersectionality of the annual celebration. This year also marks the 40th anniversary of Heritage…

NADA NEW YORK PRESENTS 92 GALLERIES AND MORE FOR 2024 ART FAIR OPENING MAY 2ND

NADA New York 2024  Chelsea Gallery District 548 West 22nd Street, NY May 2nd-5th, 2024 - The New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) has announced the programming schedule for NADA Presents at NADA New York 2024. For the 10th edition of the fair, NADA will host a signature series of conversations held off-site at 535 West…

NEW YORK FALL WINTER 2024 FASHION RUNWAY TRENDS WELCOME ECCENTRIC FEMININITY, LACE, FAUX FUR AND MORE

New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2024 took place at various venues across New York City, with shows and presentations being held at different locations, such as Spring Studios, Skylight on Moynihan, Eyebeam, Gallery, and The Shed. We saw collections from both veteran and emerging designers including Christian Siriano, Helmut Lang, Michael Kors, Carolina Herrera, Laquan…

CANADA ART GALLERY PRESENTS SADIE LASKA & LUKE MURPHY EXHIBITS

"Sadie Laska: Homesick" & "Luke Murphy: Promised Light"  Canada Art Gallery  60 Lispenard St, NYC  March 5 - April 13, 2024  The Canada Art Gallery will be presenting two extravagant solo exhibitions next month, with artists Sadie Laska and Luke Murphy alongside their individual collections. Titled "Sadie Laska: Homesick" and "Luke Murphy: Promised Light", the gallery…

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HIGHLIGHTS FROM INDIRA CESARINE’S “LUMIÈRE” RECEPTION + ARTIST TALK AT THE UNTITLED SPACE

On Wednesday February 21st, The Untitled Space hosted a cocktail reception and artist talk for Indira Cesarine’s “LUMIÈRE” solo exhibition presented in partnership with MakersPlace. Curated by Jessica Marinaro, the exhibit opened at The Canvas 3.0 gallery in the Oculus at The World Trade Center in New York City on January 31, 2024, and continues…

THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART PRESENTS “THE HARLEM RENAISSANCE AND TRANSATLANTIC MODERNISM” ART EXHIBITION

The Harlem Renaissance and Transatlantic Modernism  The Metropolitan Museum of Art Fifth Avenue, Gallery 999, NYC  February 25 - July 28, 2024   The Metropolitan Museum of Art is set to host a groundbreaking exhibition "The Harlem Renaissance and Transatlantic Modernism", from February 25 to July 28, 2024. With around 160 works on display, the…

GRETA GERWIG OF “BARBIE” ANNOUNCED AS JURY PRESIDENT OF THE 77TH CANNES FILM FESTIVAL 2024

In a remarkable journey from indie cinema to global box office triumph, Greta Gerwig, acclaimed American director, screenwriter and actress, is set to lead the 77th Cannes Film Festival's feature film Competition Jury from May 14 to 25th, 2024. Fresh off the staggering success of her latest film, "Barbie", which shattered records and redefined cinema…

JEFF KOONS’S ‘DIAMOND (BLUE)’ COLLABORATION WITH BERNARDAUD UNVEILED IN NYC

On October 26th, lovers of the art and design world, VIPs, and New York socialites gathered to celebrate the unveiling of Diamond (Blue) 2023,  Jeff Koons’ latest artwork in the 10-year collaboration between the family-owned porcelain company Bernardaud and the artist. Diamond (Blue) is a limited edition of 599 by Jeff Koons that transforms the monumental…

“GOING DARK” HIGHLIGHTS FIGURES OF VISIBILITY AT THE GUGGENHEIM MUSEUM

"Going Dark: The Contemporary Figure at the Edge of Visibility" EXHIBITION ON VIEW October 20th, 2023 to April 7th, 2024 THE SOLOMON R. GUGGENHEIM MUSEUM 1071 5th Ave New York, NY 10128 "Going Dark: The Contemporary Figure at the Edge of Visibility", an exhibition focusing on the meaning behind being seen, unseen, or erased in…

“WHAT MODELS MAKE WORLDS: CRITICAL IMAGINARIES OF A.I” ON VIEW AT THE FORD FOUNDATION GALLERY THROUGH DECEMBER 9TH

What Models Make Worlds: Critical Imaginaries of AI September 7th - December 9th, 2023 Ford Foundation Center for Social Justice 320 E 43rd ST, New York, NY "What Models Make Worlds: Critical Imaginaries of AI," a group exhibition featuring artists working across artificial intelligence systems to envision more just futures, is on view at the Ford…

“SPIKE LEE: CREATIVE SOURCES” IMMERSIVE INSTALLATION OPENING AT THE BROOKLYN MUSEUM

Spike Lee: Creative Sources October 6, 2023–February 4, 2024 The Brooklyn Museum 200 Eastern Pkwy Brooklyn, NY 11238 The Brooklyn Museum has announced a major exhibition exploring the people, places, and ideas that inspired celebrated filmmaker Spike Lee. Spike Lee: Creative Sources will be on display from October 6, 2023 to February 4, 2024 in…

VOLTA ART FAIR RETURNS TO NYC’S METROPOLITAN PAVILION MAY 17-21, 2023

VOLTA Art Fair May 17th, 2023 – May 21st, 2023 Metropolitan Pavilion 125 W 18th St. New York, NY 10011 VOLTA Art Fair will return to New York City’s Metropolitan Pavilion from Wednesday, May 17 to Sunday, May 21. Featuring presentations from over 50 galleries, VOLTA is dedicated to creating an environment for collectors to…

WANGECHI MUTU’S “INTERTWINED” TO TAKE OVER THE NEW MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART

Wangechi Mutu: Intertwined March 2nd - June 4th, 2023 The New Museum 235 Bowery New York, NY 10002 Intertwined, a massive solo exhibition of work by artist Wangechi Mutu, will be on display at the New Museum from March 2nd to June 4th, 2023. The museum will showcase more than 100 works across all mediums…

WITH “NOTHING COMPARES,” DIRECTOR KATHRYN FERGUSON SHOWS US WHY SINÉAD O’CONNOR WAS RIGHT ALL ALONG

Nothing Compares, Kathryn Ferguson’s new documentary that reexamines the life and career of disgraced alt-pop superstar Sinéad O’Connor, opens in familiar territory. It’s the evening of October 16th, 1992, and Madison Square Garden is a packed house. Fans have filled every seat in the New York City landmark arena for Bob Dylan’s 30th Anniversary Concert…

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