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Aug
31

Joe O'Neill "Secret Head Trip/What Struck Me" at Keystone Art Space

LA local Joe O’Neill got prolific in these past twelve months. Don’t hold me to this, but I think “Secret Head Trip/What Struck Me” may be his biggest show to […]
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Aug
26

"Body Language" Woodworking Goes Digital: Douglas Tausik Ryder at Jason Vass

JASON VASS GALLERY PRESENTS “BODY LANGUAGE” ARTIST DOUGLAS TAUSIK RYDER’S SOLO EXHIBITION OF NEW SCULPTURES DEBUTS AT THE ARTS DISTRICT GALLERY ON SEPTEMBER 7 TAUSIK RYDER IS A PIONEER OF […]
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Jun
26

Ramona Otto: "Do These Stripes Make Me Look Political - A Retrospective Solo Exhibition

RAMONA OTTO’S “DO THESE STRIPES MAKE ME LOOK POLITICAL,” A RETROSPECTIVE SOLO EXHIBITION,IS ON VIEW IN THE LOBBY OF THE FINE ARTS BUILDING THROUGH JULY 6 WITH THESE ASSEMBLAGE ART […]
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Aug
31

Joe O'Neill "Secret Head Trip/What Struck Me" at Keystone Art Space

LA local Joe O’Neill got prolific in these past twelve months. Don’t hold me to this, but I think “Secret Head Trip/What Struck Me” may be his biggest show to […]
Aug
26

"Body Language" Woodworking Goes Digital: Douglas Tausik Ryder at Jason Vass

JASON VASS GALLERY PRESENTS “BODY LANGUAGE” ARTIST DOUGLAS TAUSIK RYDER’S SOLO EXHIBITION OF NEW SCULPTURES DEBUTS AT THE ARTS DISTRICT GALLERY ON SEPTEMBER 7 TAUSIK RYDER IS A PIONEER OF […]
Jun
26

Ramona Otto: "Do These Stripes Make Me Look Political - A Retrospective Solo Exhibition

RAMONA OTTO’S “DO THESE STRIPES MAKE ME LOOK POLITICAL,” A RETROSPECTIVE SOLO EXHIBITION,IS ON VIEW IN THE LOBBY OF THE FINE ARTS BUILDING THROUGH JULY 6 WITH THESE ASSEMBLAGE ART […]
May
20

Exhibition Presenting Works by 2019 City of Los Angeles Individual Artists Fellowship Honorees Opens May 19

City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs presents the 2019 City of Los Angeles (COLA) Individual Artist Fellowships’ Honoring the City’s Creative Spirit The Program’s Visual Arts Exhibition Opens […]
May
15

BLINK Cincinnati Bringing Art to the Streets

Last week, I had the pleasure of discovering the Art Deco gem that is Cincinnati thanks to New York’s own camera mecca B&H Photo who sponsored me (I also got […]
Apr
30

Welcome to the Archive

Hello! I had a great time creating Art Nerd New York over the years. It started as something for me to do. I had been fired from a gallery job […]
Apr
23

Jenny Holzer Loves New York

The gorgeous glass lobby of 7 World Trade Center may have been designed by James Carpenter, but the real draw is the giant LED installation by Jenny Holzer. The collaboration […]
Marcel Duchamp
Apr
19

Chasing Marcel Duchamp Around New York

During his lifetime, visionaire Surrealist, Cubist and Dadaist, Marcel Duchamp took residence in New York many times.  In 1915, after the declaration of World War 1, he fled Europe, moving  into a […]
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