If only mannequins could talk: The art of making the mannequins

Check out this great exhibition currently running at the Museum of Arts and Design (MAD) in New York City!

Ralph Pucci: The Art of the Mannequin


The Affordable Art Fair 2013: The Art That Keeps on Giving

Affordableartfair12A few weeks ago I wrote about the art shows that have been taking place in New York this spring with just a few weeks apart between the show. In this blog post you can find the links to The Armory Show, The International ArtExpo, and The Scope Art Show. To see some of the works that caught my attention at The Affordable Art Fair you can either see it in the review article I did for Examiner.com here and/or to see the extended list of the art pieces you can just scroll down to the end of this blog post.

Last weekend I’ve also attended the PULSE NYC contemporary art show, the review of which I will do this week and will post the link to the review of it here on my blog. But let’s talk about the Affordable Art Fair – what it is, what is its aim and what kind of art pieces it had. Continue reading

The Armory Show 2013: Multimedia Modern Art. Part II

TheArmoryShow2013-36The Armory Show – Contemporary is the foremost contemporary art fair in America, featuring leading international galleries representing new art by living artists. New Yorkers often say that they are ones of the luckiest in the world to be able to see some great modern works from around the world, featured all in just one city.

The Armory Show was broken to two piers to exhibit the modern art of all genre and medium. Pier 94 was dedicated to the multimedia projects, some of which I captured on camera – the ones that I, personally, found intriguing and unique: Continue reading

The Armory Show 2013: International Taste of Modern Art. Part I

It’s unfortunate if you are not living in New York City, because one of the things that makes this city so exciting to live in is the plenty of the art shows and art galleries.

One of the biggest art show that happens only once a year is The Armory Show. Each year hundreds of art galleries from around the world bring together the modern art of all mediums – from paintings and sculpture to multimedia. This year was no difference. The galleries from the US, Europe, Latin America, Canada and Asia featured the modern art works. It was a real indulgence for the art lovers.

The following art events that were part of The Armory Show took place around the city: MTA Arts for Transit: Robert Kushner, Harlem Biennale “Music in the Air”, “We Are STILL here: Art IN the Bronx”, “Longwood Arts Project, In the Realm of Dreams & Fears”, “Organic Abstracts at Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum”, “The Dealer’s Perspective”, “TriBeCa Loft Atelier Presents Works by Master Italian Architect Aldo Rossi 2013”, and so on.

Here are a few that captured my attention from The Armory Show at Pier 92 – Modern Art, a section dedicated to international dealers specializing in historically significant Modern and contemporary art: Continue reading

The Events: The Armory Show, March 7-10, 2013

Have I mentioned that I will also be posting some great events that will interest a graphic designer? Well, I will!

The Armory Show, a leading international contemporary and modern art fair and one of the most important annual art events in New York, will take place on March 7-10, 2013 on Piers 92 & 94 in central Manhattan, just a few blocks from my home.


Here’s what to expect: Continue reading