Ah, Spring. It brings bursts of color to the go-to blackness of New York, and forms shapes from the bundled layers. I say this both about the work in XSTRACTION and the crowd that gathered at The Hole. Holton Rower’s new paintings are deceptively great as well, drawing the viewer’s focus to the out-of-focus. Christos Katsiaouni was on autofocus to photograph it all.
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This was a good party with nice art, drinks and babes, and the Whitney raised over $450,000 towards their independent study program. Win-win.
Photos by Christos Katsiaouni.
Under the art direction of his father Skip Class, six-year-old Yung Lenox makes portraits of rappers and popular characters from online culture. This Saturday, the lil’ man makes his debut in the group show Magic Kingdom at the Old School in New York.
“He is me and I am him.
He is my son. I am his dad. If I watch cartoons then he watches cartoons. If I eat pizza then he eats pizza. If I listen to obscure 90’s Memphis rap tapes then he listens to…..you get the idea.”
Travis Jensen, Andrea Sonnenberg, and Ted Pushinsky at Guerrero Gallery. On view through May 4th.
Elaine Stewart was an American actress and model.
This is the last week to view Jim Houser’s latest show at Jonathan LeVine Gallery.
Open through May 4th
A large retrospective of Keith Haring’s work focusing on the diversity of his socio-political iconography. The exhibition—which was made possible in part by Citizens of Humanity—is on view at Musée d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris through August 19th.
Photos courtesy of Angelique Groh and The Keith Haring Foundation
Last night The Hole hosted the opening party for the Ninth Annual BAMart Silent Auction. Christos Katsiaouni was there to capture the scene.
A look through Aurel Schmidt’s 2007 book published by TV Books.