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Faythe Levine, from the series "Time Outside of Time," 2010–ongoing. Photograph, 22 x16 inches.

News post – Talkback from NYC art fairs, Vox hosts Riot Grrrl exhibit, Bodega re-opens, opportunities and more!

News via Arch Enemy Arts - We could try to capture in words what the atmosphere of this week has been like for artists presenting/having their life forces drained at city fairs, but this photo, from Arch Enemy Arts, is a fait accompli. “Repost. Very late last night. Hanging our show at Fountain NYC. @noahgalleryml caught me praying for coffee.” We’re taking in the feedback on this year’s Whitney Biennial with a necessary amount of side-eye. It’s great! It’s boring! It’s great in places and boring in others! Earth-shattering. Anthony Elms’ curated floor, though, has been a magnet for people ... More » »

Kate Abercrombie, "Unisphere. Image courtesy Fleisher/Ollman

Abstracting the actual and concocting the unreal at Fleisher/Ollman

[Chip explores and compares the wide range of abstract work being created by four artists, and comments on their treatment of space and human forms. — the artblog editors] Fleisher/Ollman‘s current show, Reprefantasion, which straddles yesteryear (2013) and the first month of 2014, also seeks to bridge the gaps between differing schools of abstraction. Four artists are represented in this group exhibition: Kate Abercrombie and Becky Suss, who distort the actual, and Kinke Kooi and Sarah Gamble, who decisively skip straight to the unreal. The show is on view through February 1. Proclivity for pink: Kinke Kooi   Most noticeable of Kinke Kooi’s ... More » »

Isaac Lin, "Green and Green."

Isaac Lin’s In Plain Sight at Asian Arts Initiative – an artblog speed read

–>Chip’s short, sweet review of Isaac Lin’s show at Asian Arts finds vibrating, immersive abstractions on the walls along with friendly cartoon characters and smaller framed works. –the artblog editors————————-> At Asian Arts Initiative through the rest of the summer and well into the fall, you can check out the wild, colorful, patterned artwork of Philadelphia-based Isaac Tin Wei Lin in his solo show, “In Plain Sight.” With what can perhaps be best described as reckless abandon, Lin covers the interior of Asian Arts Initiative’s first floor gallery with mostly abstract, predominantly two-dimensional artwork. Lin’s style lies somewhere betwixt illustration ... More » »