The Art Scene

The Art Scene: What are You Missing?

WTP art correspondents from around the country report back on the art scene, with images from exhibitions you otherwise might have missed, and their own insights into these varied venues. You will also find here individual exhibition reviews.

Art Roundup: Brooklyn

Fall 2018 Highlights By John S. Berman, WTP Art Correspondent Four times a year, WTP art correspondents from around the country will report back on the previous season, with images from exhibitions you otherwise might have missed, and their own insights into these varied venues. Contemporary artists mining historical subjects and themes for inspiration and
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Exhibition Review: The Other Art Fair

A Brooklyn Debut By John S. Berman, WTP Art Correspondent Since its launch in 2011, Saatchi has promoted The Other Art Fair as an international exposition to showcase the work of emerging but often “under-the radar” artists. From November 9–12, Brooklyn joined the ranks of London and Bristol in the United Kingdom and Sydney and
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Special Woven Tale Press Art Exhibition

Big News! The Press goes LIVE! A special Woven Tale Press exhibition! Opening reception is this Saturday, December 5th, 6-9 pm: Selected Woven Tale Works 2015 All are welcome to attend, especially those near Putman, Connecticut. This show is being held in conjunction with the publication of our first Woven Tale Press selected works print edition. The
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Exhibition Review: Ten Photographers Envision a Museum

Reimagining a Historical Place by Richard Malinsky, Arts Editor In Place: Contemporary Photographers Envision a Museum at the Florence Griswold House in Old Lyme, Connecticut, is an exhibition of a select group of photographers tasked with creating works that address the historic site’s landscape, collections, and story. The place has proved an inspiration to artists for
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Art Roundup: Brooklyn

Spring 2018 Highlights By John S. Berman, WTP Art Correspondent Four times a year, WTP art correspondents from around the country will report back on the previous season, with images from exhibitions you otherwise might have missed, and their own insights into these varied venues. I am always hesitant to describe any art exhibition as
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Art Roundup: New York City

Winter 2018 Highlights By Emilia Dubicki, WTP Art Correspondent Four times a year, WTP art correspondents from around the country will report back on the previous season, with images from exhibitions you otherwise might have missed, and their own insights into these varied venues. This winter in the northeast, where life quiets down a bit
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Art as Healing and Headbands

Wearing Your Happiness By Sandra Tyler, Editor-in-Chief Last week, I attended a fundraiser for Healing Headbands Project, Inc., a unique operation that integrates art-making with the perhaps lesser known “art” of laughter. The melding of these two is the healing catalyst for hospitalized children in their daily struggles to get well, even just to survive,
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Art Roundup: Los Angeles

Summer 2018 Highlights By Emily Nimptsch, WTP Art Correspondent Four times a year, WTP art correspondents from around the country will report back on the previous season, with images from exhibitions you otherwise might have missed, and their own insights into these varied venues. Notions of representation and diversity lie at the very heart of
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Art Roundup: New York City

Fall 2017 Highlights By Emilia Dubicki, WTP Art Correspondent Four times a year, WTP art correspondents from around the country will report back on the previous season, with images from exhibitions you otherwise might have missed, and their own insights into these varied venues. With so many outstanding art exhibits this fall in New York
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Exhibition Review: Unfinished Business

At the Parrish Art Museum By Sandra Tyler, Editor-in-Chief Unfinished Business: Paintings from the 1970s and 1980s by Ross Bleckner, Eric Fischl, and David Salle  is a grouping of three artists who were friends for decades, and all who wound up on the east end of Long Island where the Parrish is located. But their similarities are
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Place and Space

Emilia Dubicki highlights solo exhibitions dealing with space and place by artists Matthias Meyer, Andro Wekua, Jennifer Bartlett, and Richard Anuszkiewicz.

Shape of Shape at MoMA

Amy Sillman's selection for her exhibition Shape of Shape, part of MoMA’s Artist’s Choice series, spans time periods, styles, and mediums relating to shape.

Brooklyn

A.I.R. Gallery, a fixture in Brooklyn’s DUMBO neighborhood and a leader in promoting and supporting women artists, presents a dynamic exhibition featuring seven artists from different cities and towns.

New York City

Summer in New York often brings group shows to galleries before the spaces close for summer break. Emilia Dubicki profiles four different group shows from New York City this summer.

New Hampshire/Vermont

Art correspondent Susan B. Apel features Vermont artists' fresh takes on Vermont, photojournalistic work from Cuba, and art made from books.

Brooklyn

This spring in Brooklyn, three small galleries: La Bodega, Ground Floor Gallery, and Welancora Gallery, featured outstanding one-person shows by three distinctly unique artists.

New York City

In Chinatown and the Lower East Side: "Between the produce stands of tangerines and mangoes and the plant stores with flowering hibiscus, you will find contemporary fine art—an unexpected juxtaposition, but it works."

New Hampshire/Vermont

Highlights from the spring season at the best of New England's art and cultural institutions, from the reopening of the Hood Museum to a new cultural center in Montpelier.

Art Roundup: Brooklyn

John Berman highlights BioBAT Art Space, a new exhibition space dedicated to the intersection of art and science, and its exhibition "Spontaneous Emergence of Order" in this season's art roundup from Brooklyn, New York.