Cardi Gallery at The Armory Show: March 5–9, Pier 94, Booth 725.
A selection of paintings by Scott Short along with works by Andy Warhol and Lucio Fontana will be on view at the 2014 Armory Show
To learn more about Chicago-based artist Scott Short, click here.
Culture Lab Detroit Announces its 2014 Program of Conversations and Collaborations, to Take Place April 24-26.
Featured presenters include design leaders David Stark, David Adjaye, Campana Bros, and Theaster Gates.
Discover more via the Culture Lab Detroit's website and The New York Times.
“The drifting, the weightlessness was how I felt internally. It seemed like the perfect way to capture what I was going through – adrift in a sea of uncertainty.”
Warholian shares insights on Logan Hicks’ inspiration behind his paintings in ‘Love Never Saved Anything’, a pop-up exhibition presented by PMM Art Projects that will open the Friday, March 7th.
To continue reading click here.
'Martin Kippenberger: Raft of the Medusa' opens tonight at Skarstedt Gallery (20 E. 79th St.), with a cocktail reception from 6-8pm.
Organized in collaboration with the Estate of Martin Kippenberger, Galerie Gisela Capitain, Cologne, the show marks the first comprehensive exhibition of Martin Kippenberger’s ‘The Raft of the Medusa’ series in New York.
The exhibition will remain on view through April 26, 2014. Click here for more information.
Today is the last day to buy Early Bird tickets for Paris Photo Los Angeles.
The world’s most celebrated art fair for works created in the photographic medium, will take place at Paramount Pictures Studios from April 25-27, 2014.
To learn more and purchase tickets, click here.
Image Credit: Guy Bourdin, ‘Vogue Paris - May 1970’, 1970 | Exhibitor: Louise Alexander Gallery
'March Meeting 2014: Come Together' takes place March 13-16 in Sharjah, UAE.
Sharjah Biennial 12 (SB12) curator Eungie Joo has organised the seventh annual March Meeting (MM2014) as a point of departure using this public symposium to create a shared context and body of knowledge from which to develop the biennial in the months leading up to its opening.
MM2014 and related events are free and open to the public. Click here to see the full schedule, and sign up at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"The key to all of this is to do it in such a way that you do not make any mistakes in relation to it’s past," says Ahrenberg, "and it feels like Zervos made almost none."
Monocle shares the story of how Swedish art collector Staffan Ahrenberg brought back ‘the Zervos' and the prestigious art journal Cahiers d’Art after a break of more than 50 years.
To continue reading click here.
Mad. Sq. Art’s ‘Iván Navarro: This Land Is Your Land’ is now open. Experience it while it’s on view through April 13, 2014 in Madison Square Park.
The site-specific installation invites visitors to walk underneath and
look up into three water towers inside of which neon reflections repeat
infinitely. To learn more about this exhibition, click here
Join the ‘This Land Is Your Land’ conversation by mentioning @MadSqParkNYC and including #IvanNavarro #MadSqArt when posting
Ann Hamilton will be “in residence” in Carl Solway Gallery’s booth during The ADAA's 26th Annual Art Show.
The Art Show will take place March 5 through March 9, 2014 at the historic Park Avenue Armory.
Find out how to participate during Ann Hamilton’s residency and see the full list of exhibitors here.
Image Credit: ‘Untitled’, 2013. Archival pigment print. Courtesy Ann Hamilton Studio.
Travel + Leisure: For your first hotel project, what made you want to work with the Faena Group?
Baz Luhrmann: “Alan Faena is so Gatsby-like. He created—out of nothing, during the worst time in Buenos Aires—a world. He does in reality what we tend to only do in film.”
After decades of directing lavish motion pictures such as The Great Gatsby and Moulin Rouge, Baz Luhrmann, along with his wife and collaborator, Catherine Martin is turning his attention to a different kind of spectacle: Miami’s new Faena Saxony Hotel at Faena Miami Beach.
Read the full article, get a glimpse of the new property, and see Luhrmann + Martin’s sketch for the new lobby here.
"I grew up in Chile. When I came to New York [in 1997] I was fascinated with the water towers, a very ‘New York thing’. The perfect image to represent all the topics I was thinking about." —Iván Navarro
Over the weekend NY1 interviewed the artist about his new site-specific installation, "This Land Is Your Land" in Madison Square Park. The exhibition opens this Thursday, and will remain on view through April 13, 2014.
To watch the NY1 segment, click here.
To learn more about Madison Square Park Conservancy’s Mad. Sq. Art, click here.
Art Basel celebrates its 44th year with a new book, 'Art Basel | Year 44'.
Published in collaboration with JRP|Ringier ‘Year 44’ is designed around capturing the vibrancy of its three shows, by looking at the galleries, events and places that shape the artworld today.
Learn more about the book’s concept, featured artists + authors, and availability here.
Beginning this Friday, the Aspen Art Museum presents Amy Sillman: one lump or two, the first museum survey of the New York-based painter.
Curated by Helen Molesworth, the Barbara Lee Chief Curator at the ICA/Boston, and organized for the AAM by adjunct curator Jacob Proctor, the survey includes work from 1995 to the present.
To learn more about the artist, exhibition, and exhibition-related events, click here.
Image Credit: Amy Sillman, Me & Ugly Mountain, 2003. Image courtesy of the artist and Sikkema Jenkins, New York. Photos: John Berens.