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June, 2014

  • 25 June

    Cartoonist Lynda Barry’s First NYC Solo Fine Art Exhibition

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    New York – Wednesday, June 25, 2014 Lynda Barry, one of my all time favorite cartoonists (Marlys, The Good Times Are Killing Me, Cruddy), is finally having her first NYC solo show “Everything: Part 1,”on view at Adam Baumgold Gallery through July 11. She is pictured above with me at …

  • 20 June

    NOT JUST HIPSTERS: A Sampling of Art From Bushwick Open Studios

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    Bushwick, Brooklyn, New York – Monday, Jun 16, 2014 The neighborhood is filled with formal and renegade artists, performers, and merchants pouring from the streets, galleries, salons, bars showing arts and crafts all over Bushwick. Here is a sampling of some interesting pieces from Bushwick Open Studios 2014 from June …

  • 16 June

    Artist Vanessa Albury Crowdfunded Artistic Passage to the Arctic Circle

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    Svalbard, Norway – Monday, June 16, 2014 On Saturday Artiholics caught up with New York-based artist, Vanessa Albury one day before she embarked on a journey to the Acrtic Circle.  She is a member of the 2014 Arctic Circle Residency Program, an initiative that sends artists, writers, scientists, educators, and …

  • 13 June

    Artist Adam Lister Meticulously Down-Rezes Fine Art Masterpieces Into 8-Bit Watercolors

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    New York -Friday, June 13, 2014 Do you remember how video games looked in the Atari 2600 era?  Artist Adam Lister has taken some of the art world’s greatest fine art masterpieces and broken them down to blocky 8-Bit watercolor recreations.  It’s interesting that the human brain is able to …

  • 12 June

    Is This Bushwick’s First Hipster? Meryl Meisler Photographed The Neighborhood Before It Was Cool

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    New York City – Thursday, June 12, 2014 Meryl Meisler is a Brooklyn based photographer who captured a very tumultuous, dangerous, and simultaneously glamorous era in NYC history – the 1970s and 80s. During that time, Manhattan was erupting with surreal characters and scenesters, gallivanting in iconic night clubs, while across …