Carriage Trade is re-opening as a non-profit at 62 Walker Street (near Broadway) with a benefit to raise funds for its upcoming programming. The artwork can be previewed from 2-6 pm Wednesday, April 14 - Saturday, April 17, the day of the raffle event. The number of tickets sold will equal the number of donated works. On the night of the raffle, ticket holders are entitled to choose an artwork once their numbers have been randomly drawn. The artworks will be presented anonymously, with the identity of the artist revealed only after the ticket holder acquires the piece.


In his first solo exhibition at the Feldman Gallery, Jason Salavon will exhibit photographic prints, video work, and real-time software installation. A new media artist, Salavon’s custom digital processes reconfigure masses of communal material, from the private to the canonical, to create a visual idiom that calls into question the boundaries of representation in the digital age. The exhibit will open Thursday, April 8th at 6 PM.


 Author Jim DeRogatis and Voyageur Press have done a really spectacular job of delivering one of the most beautifully executed “Art” books on one of rocks most influential groups. Legendary producer/musician Brian Eno once said, “only five thousand people bought a Velvet Underground album, but everyone one of them started a band.”

Jules de Balincourt presents over fifteen new paintings in his solo exhibition at Deitch Projects, Premonitions, opening Thursday April 1st. With pieces ranging from laptop size to mural size, and dealing in text, abstraction and figuration, this is his most comprehensive and diverse exhibition to date.


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Throughout an artistic career spanning more than half a century, Ralph Bakshi’s secret passion has always been fine art. Although he has become a renowned film director, Bakshi has remained a sedulously dedicated self-taught painter, and this body of work is as sophisticated as his films are outrageous.


 

For his latest exhibition, Ryan McGinley has shifted his focus away from constructing a youthful sublime within the boundless American landscape and has concentrated instead on creating imagery within the confines of his New York studio. The result is a surprisingly restrained, open-ended study of black and white portraiture. Here we see McGinley not as a chronicler of youthful adventure, but as an engine for an almost scientific cataloging of a kind of emotional optimism.

 


 Glowlab founder and gallery Director Christina Ray changes the name of her gallery to CHRISTINA RAY. The gallery remains in its SoHo location with the same program and artists. The re-launch is celebrated with a group exhibition titled “Refresh” opening March 04 with a reception on March 18.


We are committed to introducing new talents, as well as showcasing established artists and photographers in each issue.  Please contact us if you or someone you know is breaking barriers, or creating a movement.  Fame is not a prerequisite— talent is.


The holiday season has dropped on the city and to herald its arrival the good people who bring us Charmin toilet paper (and are doing God's work by the way) have once again bequeathed their annual endowment to the incontinent and colon impacted: Their Times Square Complimentary Bathrooms!


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