The world’s largest fine art show is back, hosting 400 exhibitors and works by established and emerging artists from around the world.
The world-traveler (1950-1990) and documentarian of New York's downtown scene in the 1980s is ready for his close-up in the new exhibition at NYU's Grey Art Gallery, on view thru Jul. 11. Meet the man, who, dressed in his signature Mao suit and with the cable of his old Rolleiflex camera in hand, elevated the "selfie" to an art form.
In his new exhibit at Daniel Cooney Fine Art titled Inframen, photographer Nir Arieli takes pains to illustrate that imprefections exist in even the most perfect of human specimens. On view thru Mar. 8.
Fountain Gallery, a not-for-profit that represents artists with mental illness, occupies a quiet, corner space in Hell’s Kitchen.