For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Peter Funch to share his favorite place to eat. Peter is a Danish artist based in New York who “combines perceptive social commentary with a cinematic visual language. His personal work often involves creating new scenarios, especially street scenes, from photographs he has taken on the sidewalk. While initially many of these look like real-time events or captured moments, they are in fact painstakingly constructed from numerous images taken at the same location over several days.” Continue reading for his answer.
Spring is here.
AMERICAN HANDMADE PAINTINGS
March 29, 2014 – May 3, 2014
Opening March 29, 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Galerie Thaddeus Ropac
7 Rue Debelleyme
Curated by Darren Aronofsky in anticipation of his upcoming film NOAH.
On view at 462 West Broadway through Saturday, March 29, 2014
For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Matt Mignanelli to share his favorite place to eat. Matt is a New York-based artist, who paints entirely freehand, and strives for perfection in his execution. He has had solo exhibitions at galleries such as Richard Heller in L.A. and Dubner Moderne in Switzerland. Continue reading for his answer.
From Copenhagen to New York to San Francisco, there’s a whole bunch of good shows to see.
Erik Brunetti & Jesse Edwards in a show presented by Vito Schnabel & PM Tenore at 43 Clarkson Street. Opening reception from 6-9pm.
A short documentary by Riley Hooper about NYC street photographer Flo Fox, who amongst having other ailments was born blind in one eye. To this she says “it was perfect for photography, you never had to close an eye to take a photograph.”
This group show featuring Peter Saul, Erik Parker and Jamian Juliano-Villani is on view at Marlborough Chelsea through March 22, 2014.
For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Evan Gruzis to share his favorite place to eat. Evan is a New York-based artist, who makes photorealistic ink paintings and awesome sculptures and has had solo exhibitions at SAKS in Geneva and The Hole in New York, among other galleries. Continue reading for his answer.
On view at Andrew Kreps Gallery through March 29th, 2014
“Scenes from “Seinfeld” (1989-1998) where nothing happens.”
The NYC Crying Guide explores the best and worst places to shed tears in the Big Apple.