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BWW Review: Art for the Home - The Transcendent Printmaking of Stellavie BWW Review: Art for the Home - The Transcendent Printmaking of Stellavie
by Patrick Kennedy - December 14, 2015

Fine art prints, brought to you by a rising Hamburg-based firm.... (more...)
BWW Review: Ambition, Seduction, and Chaos in BERLIN METROPOLIS BWW Review: Ambition, Seduction, and Chaos in BERLIN METROPOLIS
by Patrick Kennedy - November 12, 2015

With a fearsomely coherent exhibition, the Neue Galerie transports its visitors to the streets, theaters, and artists' studios of 1918-1933 Berlin.... (more...)
Exhibitions of the Week: Alberto Burri at the Guggenheim, Frank Stella at the Whitney Exhibitions of the Week: Alberto Burri at the Guggenheim, Frank Stella at the Whitney
by Patrick Kennedy - November 09, 2015

Two new exhibitions summon two painters of grand, perhaps flawed ambitions, yet of undeniable power.... (more...)
BWW Review: PICASSO SCULPTURE, Modernism's Mastermind in Three Dimensions BWW Review: PICASSO SCULPTURE, Modernism's Mastermind in Three Dimensions
by Patrick Kennedy - October 20, 2015

It is rare that an exhibition can take an artist you have known for most of your museum-going life and make him live anew. PICASSO SCULPTURE is one such glorious rarity.... (more...)
BWW Review: PICASSO - Stealing from Painting and Invigorating Sculpture BWW Review: PICASSO - Stealing from Painting and Invigorating Sculpture
by Barry Kostrinsky - October 19, 2015

MoMA's must see exhibit of the year is definitely the Picasso Sculpture show up until February 7th 2016. We all know Picasso as that painter that put some odd eyes on faces, gave us multiple views of a sitting figure at once and the great thief that Giacometti would not let in his studio.... (more...)
BWW Review: Down the Rabbit Hole with Mehdi-Georges Lahlou BWW Review: Down the Rabbit Hole with Mehdi-Georges Lahlou
by Olga El - October 05, 2015

The Merton P. Simpson gallery opened its doors at 6:53pm for its 7pm show--- tireless preparation for what was to come. I followed fellow guests into a small space filled with treasures from all over Africa as well as modern interpretations of traditional art. It was with these aesthetics in mind th... (more...)
Exhibitions of the Week: Sargent Portraits at the Met, Chuck Close Self-Portraits at Pace Exhibitions of the Week: Sargent Portraits at the Met, Chuck Close Self-Portraits at Pace
by Patrick Kennedy - September 29, 2015

Two exhibitions show what sensitive portraiture, both old and new, can accomplish.... (more...)
BWW Review: DORIS SALCEDO, Art Confronting Violence, at the Guggenheim BWW Review: DORIS SALCEDO, Art Confronting Violence, at the Guggenheim
by Patrick Kennedy - September 15, 2015

In a conscientious retrospective, the Guggenheim Museum considers the affecting art of Doris Salcedo.... (more...)
Exhibitions of the Week: China in High Fashion at the Met, the Art of Mannequin Design at the MAD Exhibitions of the Week: China in High Fashion at the Met, the Art of Mannequin Design at the MAD
by Patrick Kennedy - September 02, 2015

Two free-spirited exhibitions consider the intersection of high fashion and meaningful art.... (more...)
BWW Review: Art Amongst the Manure by Barry Kostrinsky BWW Review: Art Amongst the Manure by Barry Kostrinsky
by Barry Kostrinsky - September 01, 2015

A Vermont getaway, or for that matter, any getaway helps to bring perspective to the daily lives we lead. Everyone becomes myopic in time and so these trips away from ourselves are critical for grounding our views, opinions and feelings about life and art. The MET, MoMA, The Morgan Library and Chels... (more...)
Exhibitions of the Week: Leighton and Whistler at the Frick, Stern and Coppola at MoMA Exhibitions of the Week: Leighton and Whistler at the Frick, Stern and Coppola at MoMA
by Patrick Kennedy - August 25, 2015

Artistic pairings and new historical perspectives guide two recent exhibition at the Frick Collection and MoMA.... (more...)
BWW Reviews: New Galleries, New Perspectives in AMERICA IS HARD TO SEE at the Whitney BWW Reviews: New Galleries, New Perspectives in AMERICA IS HARD TO SEE at the Whitney
by Patrick Kennedy - August 12, 2015

A new era begins for the re-opened Whitney Museum and its permanent collection with a sweeping, 600-work survey of American Art.... (more...)
BWW Reviews: Liberating Art with YOKO ONO: ONE WOMAN SHOW at MoMA BWW Reviews: Liberating Art with YOKO ONO: ONE WOMAN SHOW at MoMA
by Patrick Kennedy - July 16, 2015

With its survey of Yoko Ono's defining works, the Museum of Modern Art crafts an exhibition that is at once entertaining and endearing.... (more...)
BWW Reviews: Plotting Contemporary Art with the Guggenheim's STORYLINES BWW Reviews: Plotting Contemporary Art with the Guggenheim's STORYLINES
by Patrick Kennedy - July 09, 2015

A new group exhibition at one of New York's most distinctive museum puts narrative, spectacle, and autobiography in focus.... (more...)
BWW Reviews: FRIDA KAHLO: ART, GARDEN, LIFE at NYBG is Wonderful BWW Reviews: FRIDA KAHLO: ART, GARDEN, LIFE at NYBG is Wonderful
by Marina Kennedy - July 02, 2015

Visit the New York Botanical Garden's newest exhibition, 'Frida Kahlo: Art, Garden,Life' now through November 1st. This multi-faceted exhibit is sure to please visitors of all ages.... (more...)
BWW Reviews: Shape, Color, and Bliss in RUSSIAN MODERNISM at the Neue Galerie BWW Reviews: Shape, Color, and Bliss in RUSSIAN MODERNISM at the Neue Galerie
by Patrick Kennedy - June 30, 2015

A new group exhibition at the Neue Galerie focuses on cosmopolitan modernism between 1907 and 1917.... (more...)
New for Summer 2016: Must-See Museums and Galleries New for Summer 2016: Must-See Museums and Galleries
by Patrick Kennedy - June 10, 2015

The Whitney, MoMA, the Guggenheim, and more unveil essential summer shows.... (more...)
BWW Reviews: Modernism Takes to the Airwaves, REVOLUTION OF THE EYE at the Jewish Museum BWW Reviews: Modernism Takes to the Airwaves, REVOLUTION OF THE EYE at the Jewish Museum
by Patrick Kennedy - June 03, 2015

With a striking new exhibition, the Jewish Museum transports its visitors to the early days of mass-market television--and reveals the artistic ingenuity behind this emerging medium.... (more...)
BWW Reviews: India, Burma, and the Poignant Photographs of CAPTAIN LINNAEUS TRIPE BWW Reviews: India, Burma, and the Poignant Photographs of CAPTAIN LINNAEUS TRIPE
by Patrick Kennedy - May 20, 2015

The Metropolitan Museum charts the accomplishments of a well-traveled Victorian photographer, creating an exhibition of singular power.... (more...)
BWW Reviews: The Epic Sweep of THE PLAINS INDIANS: ARTISTS OF EARTH AND SKY BWW Reviews: The Epic Sweep of THE PLAINS INDIANS: ARTISTS OF EARTH AND SKY
by Patrick Kennedy - April 30, 2015

In a major exhibition, the Metropolitan Museum of Art considers the creations of the Plains Indians across media, and across time.... (more...)
BWW Reviews: Glory and Devotion in BUDDHIST ART OF MYANMAR BWW Reviews: Glory and Devotion in BUDDHIST ART OF MYANMAR
by Patrick Kennedy - April 14, 2015

A major survey at the Asia Society Museum brings together roughly 70 artifacts--each one a testament to Myanmar's lush traditions in religious art.... (more...)
BWW Reviews: A WEEKEND WITH PABLO PICASSO Comes to Life Vibrantly in Tucson BWW Reviews: A WEEKEND WITH PABLO PICASSO Comes to Life Vibrantly in Tucson
by Maria Rita Meli - April 13, 2015

The Temple of Music and Art transports its audience this time to circa 1957. We are somewhere on the southern coast of France, in a private studio known as "Le California," where we spend A Weekend with Pablo Picasso.... (more...)
BWW Reviews: Life into Art into Thought in ON KAWARA at the Guggenheim BWW Reviews: Life into Art into Thought in ON KAWARA at the Guggenheim
by Patrick Kennedy - March 16, 2015

The Guggenheim Museum's major spring showcase focuses on the elusive yet imposing accomplishments of conceptual artist On Kawara.... (more...)
BWW Reviews: Photography at Peak Innovation with the THOMAS WALTHER COLLECTION BWW Reviews: Photography at Peak Innovation with the THOMAS WALTHER COLLECTION
by Patrick Kennedy - March 05, 2015

With its new survey of early 20th-century photographs, the Museum of Modern Art stages an exhibition of unparalleled rigor and intelligence.... (more...)
BWW Reviews: Imagining the Cities of Tomorrow in MoMA's UNEVEN GROWTH BWW Reviews: Imagining the Cities of Tomorrow in MoMA's UNEVEN GROWTH
by Patrick Kennedy - February 09, 2015

A new Museum of Modern Art exhibition proposes ground-level solutions to the challenges faced by six fast-growing cities.... (more...)

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