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Parallel Worlds- an experience to transition from the real to the unreal

Before it will move to downtown Manhattan in 2015, the Whitney Museum of American Art has provided an exclusive opportunity to see and experience Robert Irwin’s 1977 installation of “Scrim veil-Black rectangle-Natural Light”. “Irwin’s work offers something profound that cannot be easily and quickly consumed”, says the chief curator Donna De Salvo, “the opportunity to [...]

South is North

      Sixty-four years after his death, the work of the Uruguayan artist Joaquin Torres Garcia still reigns the market of South American art. According to a recent report by the Associated Press, his oil painting “T No.1 –Peinture” was the “great star” of the night of the auction of Latin American art by [...]

A Difficult Experience- Paul McCarthy at NY Park Armory

The American artist Paul McCarthy is known for creating irreverent works that question, criticize, and scandalize for their visual violence, their emphasis on the grotesque, the scatological, the visceral. He is a powerful critic of social norms, specifically American cultural icons. “WS” is the largest exhibition by this 67-year old Los Angeles based artist, still [...]

Words Mean Nothing At All…with NARA in New York

The Tokyo-based artist Yoshitomo Nara, who has captivated a large audience with enigmatic sculptures and paintings of large-eyed innocent children with a dark edge for over two decades, shows at Pace in Chelsea, New York, from May 10 to June 29 works on paper and huge bronze heads of children either smiling or with half-closed [...]