Collisions of Colour: a conversation with Ping He

May 29, 2020

Creating Freedom, a candid conversation with Linda Gleitz

May 29, 2020

Danette Landry: Painter and Sculptor Organizing the Chaos

May 22, 2020

Patricia Slosiar: Studies in Abstraction

May 22, 2020

Will museums de-acces their collections?

May 22, 2020

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May 22, 2020

I am not really a binge-watcher in what I believe to be the traditional definition. I do not latch onto an episodic show and have to watch the entire series in one elongated sitting. What I have is more of a serious appreciation of crime shows. It all started watching...

April 30, 2020

A piece of sculpture is a unique form of visual expression. Its three-dimensional presence requires the viewer to move around it to consider its various aspects — the way it fills the space. It is like encountering a person where you choose, or are drawn to, engagement...

March 8, 2020

Bev and her daughter, Nancy, make the trip every third Sunday to the museum. Each stand about 4 foot, 6 inches or so. Bev, the mother, would be taller than Nancy except for how age has curved her body into an apostrophe. She has been through a great deal in her lifetim...

February 26, 2020

When looking at abstract painting as a genre, there can be a sense of instability or lightness when the images lack obvious context. This is not the case with Fernan D’Osorio Zumarán. His paintings have the presence and depth that show the evolution of a vision through...

January 8, 2020

The development of an artist’s vision takes time to mature and evolves throughout their lifetime. Each artist is different. Some reach that maturity at a relatively early age, while others might not experience this until later in life. 

Marina Koraki’s work shows this e...

November 12, 2019

A Chance Encounter

On his way to meet a friend, John, a retired Sanitation worker of 25 years, stopped by the Queens Museum to see the Tiffany glass exhibition from The Neustadt Collection of Tiffany Glass. His eyes misted over as he spoke of his love of Tiffany glass....

October 11, 2019

The Exhibition

With New York City-like impatience, images from “Garry Winogrand: Color” at the Brooklyn Museum snap by, grasping, demanding — bodies entwine on a beach — a stylish young couple walks with a chimpanzee on a city street — clowns carouse in a crowd — Eartha...

August 9, 2019

They shuffle through the darkened gallery, stopping to reflect over a once-in-a lifetime experience:

It’s unfinished.”

“He didn’t finish it.”

“Who was Jerome? Why is he a Saint?”

“Is that the way it is supposed to look? It doesn’t look done.”

From within the darkened galler...

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