Xhustin Kristian: Great actor turned film director

Actor Xhustin Kristian caught the attention of directors for his great acting skills and natural ability to portray the characters. As a trained actor he knows how to bring dimension, depth and emotion to the character he plays. Now he is on his path to success as a director and filmmaker. With the premiere of…

Interview with remarkable author and poet Veneta Çallpani

Veneta Çallpani is an Albanian-American writer born in Bajram Curri, Tropoje, Albania. After publishing her first book at the early age of thirteen, Ms. Çallpani went on to write and publish three more books over the next six years. Following two years of study at the Technical University of Medical Sciences in Tirana, she moved…

Shelby Wilson Succeeding as a Filmmaker

Shelby Wilson is a successful filmmaker and photographer from Canada who’s made a name for herself through per passion, camera and film. Currently Shelby is working on a music video to raise awareness and funds for the Alzheimer’s Society of Canada. Wilson has joined forces with singer/songwriter Liam Priddy for this project to film a Telus…

SALON 002: Bram Bogart opens in London

Saatchi Gallery launches SALON 002: BRAM BOGART (1921 – 2012), presented by Vigo Gallery. The Dutch-born Belgian artist, Bram Bogart, (1921 – 2012) is an artist associated with bold, thickly physical colour and form. His legacy is the culmination over seven decades of the foundational modernist impulse to stage and progress the stuff of paint.

Color Harmonies: New Paintings by Chloë Lamb

Color Harmonies presents a selection of new paintings by the British artist Chloë Lamb, her fist solo exhibition at Hollis Taggart Galleries. As a painter, Lamb delights in surface and process, working intuitively to create richly layered compositions. Her stated goal and constant challenge is to balance these complex compositions with structural simplicity, thereby creating an…

Richard Taittinger Gallery

Richard Tatittinger Gallery presents Hibernating Tattoos Guarding the Sweat of the Sun, the first major solo exhibition in the United States of Mongolian artist, Tuguldur Yondonjamts.

JanKossen Contemporary

New York, NY. JanKossen Contemporary presents FRESH! 3rd Annual Summer Show: GEOFORM, a group show in collaboration with Arte Ponte Cultural Institute, curated by Victoria Borisova and featuring works by 27 artists demonstrating their interpretations of geometric abstraction. 

Tim Youd: Ecstatic Reading

Cristin Tierney Gallery presents Tim Youd: Ecstatic Reading, opening Thursday, July 13th and continuing through Friday, August 18th, with an opening reception on July 13th from 6:00 to 8:00 pm. This is Youd’s first solo exhibition in New York City, and the artist will be performing at the opening. 

Implicit Borders: a cartography of free will

In Implicit Borders: a cartography of free will, opens on July 13 at Catinca Tabacaru Gallery, Swiss-born artist Capucine Gros explores how geographical bias permeates body and mind, dauntingly limiting anyone and everyone’s global mobility and consciousness.

Raúl Recio: Pacific Caribe

Lyle O. Reitzel Gallery, founded in Santo Domingo in 1995, with a branch in New York City, has announced the Pacific/Caribe 2016 – 2017 show by Raúl Recio. The show includes large format paintings and a series of drawings of various formats created with ink on arches paper. The opening will be held on Thursday…

Infinite Blue Now Showing at Brooklyn Museum

The works of art in Infinite Blue feature blue in all its variety—a fascinating strand of visual poetry running from ancient times to the present day. In cultures dating back thousands of years, blue—the color of the skies—has often been associated with the spiritual but also signifies power, status, and beauty. The spiritual and material aspects of…

Roots of “The Dinner Party”: History in the Making

Since the 1970s, Judy Chicago has been a pioneer in the development of feminism as an artistic movement and an educational project that endeavors to restore women’s place in history. Her most influential and widely known work is the sweeping installation The Dinner Party (1974–79), celebrating women’s achievements in Western culture in the form of a meticulously…

Soulful Creatures: Animal Mummies in Ancient Egypt

In the ancient burial ground at Saqqara, Egypt, one animal cemetery alone has yielded over four million individual ibis mummies. And the nearby dog cemetery contained over seven million mummies, with countless others found throughout Egypt. This unusual aspect of ancient Egyptian culture and religion—the mummification of animals—has remained largely a mystery. Soulful Creatures: Animal Mummies…

Proof: Francisco Goya, Sergei Eisenstein, Robert Longo

At particular moments in history, artists use their artwork to reveal social, cultural, and political complexities, responding with urgency and conviction to the times in which they live. Bringing together the striking work of three innovative chroniclers, Proof: Francisco Goya, Sergei Eisenstein, Robert Longo offers insight into the energy, empathy, and creativity with which these artists recounted…

Arts of Korea Opens September 15 at Brooklyn Museum

The pioneering collection of Korean art is one of the largest and most important Korean collections in the United States. A selection returns to view in a new gallery three times the size of the previous space and featuring many treasures never before shown. At the center of this state-of-the-art installation are the luminescent celadon…

“Georgia O’Keeffe: Living Modern”

Now in its FINAL WEEKS, with hours extended to 8 pm on Fridays and Saturdays, July 7–22. Georgia O’Keeffe: Living Modern takes a new look at how the renowned modernist artist proclaimed her progressive, independent lifestyle through a self-crafted public persona—including her clothing and the way she posed for the camera. The exhibition expands our understanding…