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Installation view of Michael Wang's "Carbon Copies," 2012.
COURTESY FOXY PRODUCTION

Foxy Production Is Moving to Chinatown

Foxy Production, which is currently located on West 27th Street in Chelsea, is headed to a new 3,000-square-foot space in Chinatown, at 2 East Broadway. It plans to open there in early 2016.“After many years in West Chelsea, we are eager to present exhibitions within a new … Read More


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Gallery Openings September 2015 New York

A Quick Look at the Beginning of the Fall Art Season in New York

Technically speaking, fall begins in the New York art world before summer even ends, with many galleries starting the new season next week, opening shows after August vacations. If you want to know where to go for openings, you’ll have to … Read More


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Barnaby Furnas photographed in his Chelsea studio on July 22. 
 KATHERINE MCMAHON

Habitat: Barnaby Furnas

Habitat is a weekly series that visits with artists in their workspaces Read More


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Anna Kustera will change its name and relocate to Redhook
COURTESY OF ANNA KUSTERA GALLERY

Chelsea’s Anna Kustera Gallery Changes Name, Heads to Brooklyn

The gallery exodus from New York’s Chelsea neighborhood continues. Anna Kustera Gallery, which shuttered its longtime home there on West 21st Street, near Gagosian Gallery, in 2013, announced that it will reopen in Red Hook in Brooklyn on July 18. Its new name will be … Read More


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Chelsea Restaurant Moran’s, Longtime Staple for Gallery Dinners, Has Closed

Moran’s, a Chelsea restaurant on Tenth Avenue where auction house specialists, Upper East Side gallery directors, and Lower East Side art dealers have all joined together at some point to eat french fries at the bar and snort cocaine in … Read More


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Studio assistants, family, and friends, including a team from Cre8tive YouTH*ink, are helping to restore paintings in Ray Smith's Gowanus studio, which was inundated with seven feet of water. "It's like swamp archeology," he says.

A Climate Change in the Art World?

The art community is digging out, drying off, counting its losses, helping its neighbors–and starting to prepare for the hurricanes of the future Read More