Finding Sanity in Madness: exhibition review of “Ancestral Mindscapes” by Rick Miller, Jules Koostachin, and Geneviève Thibault at Tangled Art + Disability art gallery.
Here’s our Lookbook from the 2016 Edition of Frieze in NYC! All photos courtesy of POVarts staff.
Here’s our Lookbook from Volta NYC the 2016 Edition of the art fair. All photos courtesy of POVarts staff.
Here’s our Lookbook from the 2016 Edition of the Armory art fair. All photos courtesy of POVarts staff.
Here’s our mini-Lookbook from the 2016 Edition of the Independent Art Fair in NYC. All photos courtesy of POVarts staff.
Here’s our Lookbook from the Spring Break Fair in 2016. All photos courtesy of POVarts staff.
Emilio Cavallini’s exhibition “Transfiguration” at the Rosai Ugolini Modern gallery in Manhattan’s Lower East Side channels the geometry and spirituality of mandalas into colorful sculptural matrices. “Transfiguration” is Cavallini’s first solo exhibition in New York.
This film is not for everybody.
To anyone that loves finding poetry in grotesque abjection: watch it. Try to sit through the whole thing. You can do it, and you will love it because it hurts. Matthew Barney made me think about my insides for about 7 hours.
The ambitious but uneven group show INTO THE WOODS starts with a quote from the Brothers Grimm’s Hansel and Gretel:
“Early tomorrow morning we will take the children out into the forest to where it is the thickest. …”
I had a chance to see Greg Miller’s “J Street” at the gallery. In the exhibition I encountered large, overcrowded canvases with depressing color combinations, paint drips extending lethargically downward, I felt as if I was in a gallery of wallpaper peeling off the wall.