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James Turrell Resculpts the Guggenheim with Light

James Turrell Resculpts the Guggenheim with Light

An installation that re-sculpts the iconic Guggenheim rotunda.
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A Closer Look at Jeff Koons

A Closer Look at Jeff Koons

We had the rare opportunity to view and photograph Jeff Koons' two-gallery exhibition up close.
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Ancient Contemporary Art by Ugo Rondinone

Ancient Contemporary Art by Ugo Rondinone

A timeless exhibition of minimally cut stone sculptures.
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Shane Hope’s 3D Printed Art

Shane Hope’s 3D Printed Art

Art that lives at the intersection of 3D printing and molecular nanotechnology.
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Daniel Rozin’s Robotic “Mirrors”

Daniel Rozin’s Robotic “Mirrors”

An interactive exhibit where you become the art.
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Doug Aitken Destroys a Gallery Floor

Doug Aitken Destroys a Gallery Floor

A multi-sensory experience of water drips and sound art from artist Doug Aitken.
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Tapestries of Trash by El Anatsui

Tapestries of Trash by El Anatsui

Artist El Anatsui transforms rusty, old bottle caps into sensuous, sparkling tapestries.
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“Sunburns” by Chris McCaw

“Sunburns” by Chris McCaw

Chris McCaw has no trouble photographing directly into the sun, overexposing images to such an extreme degree that the paper literally burns…
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The Awe-Inspiring Work of Chuck Close

The Awe-Inspiring Work of Chuck Close

Arguably the greatest painter alive, Chuck Close presents amazing new work at Pace Gallery in New York. His ability to calculate color is su…
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Through the Janitor Closet – An Unbelievable Installation

Through the Janitor Closet – An Unbelievable Installation

The Marlborough Gallery, an expansive first floor space in the stand-out Chelsea Arts Tower on 25th Street in NYC, is easy to find. However,…
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Countless Scraps – Amazing Sculpture by Leonardo Drew

Countless Scraps – Amazing Sculpture by Leonardo Drew

Leonardo Drew’s curse-worthy sculpture (It's true! While taking these photographs I heard three different visitors swear in amazement when…
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Five Best NYC Gallery Shows of the Last Year (2011-2012)

Five Best NYC Gallery Shows of the Last Year (2011-2012)

Most NYC contemporary art galleries take a break in the summer, so in anticipation of the approaching year (Sept-July), I’m taking a look…
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Art Secrets – A Window by Patrick Jacobs and A Feather by Ted Victoria

Art Secrets – A Window by Patrick Jacobs and A Feather by Ted Victoria

Currently on view in two different New York City art galleries are two different pieces with something in common: behind-the-scenes secrets.…
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Cloud Cities by Tomás Saraceno

Cloud Cities by Tomás Saraceno

Take a walk in the sky. Check out Tomás Saraceno’s pod-like Cloud City on the roof of The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. It̵…
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James Turrell Resculpts the Guggenheim with Light

James Turrell Resculpts the Guggenheim with Light

An installation that re-sculpts the iconic Guggenheim rotunda.
Unframed
A Closer Look at Jeff Koons

A Closer Look at Jeff Koons

We had the rare opportunity to view and photograph Jeff Koons' two-gallery exhibition up close.
Unframed
Ancient Contemporary Art by Ugo Rondinone

Ancient Contemporary Art by Ugo Rondinone

A timeless exhibition of minimally cut stone sculptures.
Unframed
Shane Hope’s 3D Printed Art

Shane Hope’s 3D Printed Art

Art that lives at the intersection of 3D printing and molecular nanotechnology.
Unframed
Doug Aitken Destroys a Gallery Floor

Doug Aitken Destroys a Gallery Floor

A multi-sensory experience of water drips and sound art from artist Doug Aitken.
Unframed
Tapestries of Trash by El Anatsui

Tapestries of Trash by El Anatsui

Artist El Anatsui transforms rusty, old bottle caps into sensuous, sparkling tapestries.
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“Sunburns” by Chris McCaw

“Sunburns” by Chris McCaw

Chris McCaw has no trouble photographing directly into the sun, overexposing images to such an extreme degree that the paper literally burns…
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The Awe-Inspiring Work of Chuck Close

The Awe-Inspiring Work of Chuck Close

Arguably the greatest painter alive, Chuck Close presents amazing new work at Pace Gallery in New York. His ability to calculate color is su…
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Through the Janitor Closet – An Unbelievable Installation

Through the Janitor Closet – An Unbelievable Installation

The Marlborough Gallery, an expansive first floor space in the stand-out Chelsea Arts Tower on 25th Street in NYC, is easy to find. However,…
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Countless Scraps – Amazing Sculpture by Leonardo Drew

Countless Scraps – Amazing Sculpture by Leonardo Drew

Leonardo Drew’s curse-worthy sculpture (It's true! While taking these photographs I heard three different visitors swear in amazement when…
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Five Best NYC Gallery Shows of the Last Year (2011-2012)

Five Best NYC Gallery Shows of the Last Year (2011-2012)

Most NYC contemporary art galleries take a break in the summer, so in anticipation of the approaching year (Sept-July), I’m taking a look…
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Art Secrets – A Window by Patrick Jacobs and A Feather by Ted Victoria

Art Secrets – A Window by Patrick Jacobs and A Feather by Ted Victoria

Currently on view in two different New York City art galleries are two different pieces with something in common: behind-the-scenes secrets.…
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Cloud Cities by Tomás Saraceno

Cloud Cities by Tomás Saraceno

Take a walk in the sky. Check out Tomás Saraceno’s pod-like Cloud City on the roof of The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. It̵…
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