Author Archives: Stephanie Strasnick

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The Most Famous New York Sculptor You’ve Never Heard Of

A new exhibition at Columbia University celebrates Anna Hyatt Huntington, whose sculptures can be seen in museums and parks all around the city Read More

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Let Us Spray: Up Close and Personal with New York’s Early Graffiti Writers

A new exhibition at the Museum of the City of New York showcases works by Martin Wong and his street-artist friends Keith Haring, Lady Pink, Lee Quiñones, Dondi, and many more Read More

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Dealer, Actress, Pop Icon: Homage to Holly Solomon

A new Chelsea exhibition celebrates the achievements and all-around fabulousness of the art-world superstar Read More

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‘Lick Boy Fat Art’: Keith Haring’s Language Art Decoded

A new exhibition at NYU shows how the artist used glyphs, anagrams, and phonics to express taboo subjects
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The Man Who Turned a Warehouse into a Vermeer

A new film by Penn & Teller chronicles their friend’s multilayered obsession with “The Music Lesson” Read More

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Barry X Ball Makes a 3D-Printed, Digitally Altered, Gold-Plated Sculpture

Using 3D printing and scanning technologies, computer software, resin, plastic, nickel, bronze, and gold, the artist created a Boccioni-inspired sculpture Read More

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Rare Leonardos Visit New York for First Time

An intimate exhibition at the Morgan Library highlights the artist’s figure drawings, animal sketches, and studies for a magnificent flying machine Read More

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Zombies Take Over the Museums!

Where to find Halloween-themed museum tours, dress-up ideas, and costume parties Read More

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The Frick’s High-Tech, Old Master Remix

A digital artwork in an unexpected setting brings a classic still life to life Read More

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Finding Soul in High Heel Shoes

Repurposing irons, shoes, and other discarded commodities, Willie Cole creates visceral artworks that communicate potent messages about African history  Read More

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Noguchi’s Missing Link

A new exhibition explores how a chance encounter with Qi Baishi in Beijing allowed Isamu Noguchi to step out of Brancusi’s shadow and find his own language of abstraction Read More

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Brancusi & Brain Waves: 3-D Printing Goes to the Museum

An exhibition at the Museum of Arts & Design showcases how 3-D printing is growing up–and getting personal Read More

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That’s So Raven: Artistic Visions of Poe

Looking at Edgar Allan Poe’s influence on artists ranging from Matisse to Motherwell Read More

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FAILE Messes with Texas

The artist-duo’s new show at the Dallas Contemporary embraces the wild, adventurous spirit of the Lone Star State Read More