How many times in life one can say these words and really mean them? And then this German artist came along and left us speechless. Three times in my life I experienced feelings of this magnitude: when I saw Michael Jackson and Lenny Kravitz perform live and then on September 7th when

See the sea like nobody else does with luxurious 3D contour maps to complement any home  Founded in Australia in 2014 by Industrial Designer Tom Percy, Pangea showcases the ocean floor in stunning detail with a line of wooden 3D contour maps of iconic lakes and coastlines in Canada, the

For the aficionados, the rest of New York City freezes in time for Frieze Art Fair Every Spring, the who’s who of the art world would gather in New York City for yet another showcase of the world’s finest contemporary art fairs. For these aficionados, the rest of the city

Exhibition Dates: February 22–May 21, 2017 Exhibition Location: The Met Cloisters, Glass Gallery Small in scale, yet teeming with life, miniature boxwood carvings have been a source of wonder since their creation in the Netherlands in the 16th century. On these intricately carved objects—some measuring a mere two inches (five

Founded in 1979, Galison, a New York based company, creates stationery and gift products with the objective of bringing art into people’s lives. Galison began as a pioneering company in the art and museum marketplace, making artist imagery widely available in the form of well-designed paper products. Publishing mainly calendars

Stephen Shore November 19, 2017–Spring 2018 Floor Three, Exhibition Galleries This is the first U.S. survey to encompass Stephen Shore’s career in photography, from the gelatin silver prints he made as a teenager to his current engagement with digital platforms. This major exhibition tracks the artist from his wunderkind beginnings—works

December 4th, Art Basel’s show in Miami Beach closed amidst high praise from participating galleries reporting healthy sales across all levels of the market. The show, whose Lead Partner is UBS, featured 269 world-class galleries from 29 countries who presented exceptional works, ranging from Modern masterpieces to contemporary paintings, films,

In 1959, Robert Rauschenberg wrote, “Painting relates to both art and life. Neither can be made. (I try to act in that gap between the two.)” His work in this gap shaped artistic practice for decades to come. The early 1950s, when Rauschenberg (1925–2008) launched his career, was the heyday

CLUB 57, THE FABLED POST-PUNK CLUB LOCATED IN NEW YORK’S EAST VILLAGE, TO BE CELEBRATED IN A MAJOR EXHIBITION AND FILM SERIES AT THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART October 31, 2017–April 01, 2018 The Roy and Niuta Titus Galleries The Museum of Modern Art announces Club 57: Film, Performance, and

EM 1 (Telephone Picture) joins 135 other works by Moholy-Nagy in MoMA’s collection, including paintings, sculptures, drawings, illustrated books, prints, graphic designs, photographs, and a film. The Museum of Modern Art has acquired László MoholyNagy’s EM 1 (Telephone Picture), 1923, a masterwork from the artist’s Bauhaus period. It will join