"Each work in the show touches upon the idea of nurture, visualizing approaches to reciprocal processes of caring for self and others. In a range of media, these cultural producers thoughtfully prompt viewers to consider the formative nurturing experiences and forces that have had an impact on their own development and construction of identity."
"In response to an increasingly divided and distressed population, the artists in Heal offer powerful commentaries on individual and collective healing, be it in the bodily, environmental, or spiritual sense."
"With this robust schedule of cultural programming slated for the first week of May, NYA Art Center will be an important meeting point for creative practitioners, buyers, critics, and art admirers during one of New York’s most important weeks for the exhibition and sale of contemporary art."
"Through abbreviated strokes, Myers conveys a sense of energy and movement that animates the figures while concurrently encouraging devotees to move from one station to the next in order to follow the narrative action."
"The work’s subject matter gains greater potency since the dominant artistic material is integral to the manufacture of chemical agents used to exterminate living organisms and numb or eliminate human pain."
After eight years on the gallery scene along Pacific Coast Highway, Shane Townley is looking forward to a nice, relaxing vacation i...
Chased Out of Chelsea? Try Tribeca! Why Midsize Art Dealers See a Better Future in Robert De Niro’s Backyard James Cohan, Andrew Kreps, The Journal Gallery, and CANADA are all relocating downtown. Why?
Magda Sawon, the founder of Postmasters Gallery, never imagined she would be at the forefront of a trend when she moved her contemporary art galler...
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