Category: Exhibition Reviews

Exhibition Review: Andy Warhol

On display from September 10, 2021, through January 30, 2022, at Fotografiska New York, is “Andy Warhol: Photo Factory.” Grace Noh curated the exhibition in collaboration with Jessica Jarl, Jack Shainman Gallery, and James R. Hedges, IV.  The work is vast in its comprehensive display of Warhol works from the

Tom Of Finland (NSFW) – Exhibition Closing Review (Fotografiska NYC)

“Chance Meeting on a Dissecting Table of a Sewing Machine and an Umbrella.” 

Pixy Liao: Your Gaze Belongs to Me

 Currently on view at Fotografiska (NYC) is Shanghai native Pixy Liao’s “Your Gaze Belongs to Me.” The work is both explorative and reveals the intimacy between her and her long-term partner. The photographic works are part of an ongoing series titled “Experimental Relationship.”  Initially, the project started when Pixy was

A Million More: The Stories of Vehicle Collision Survivors – Photography by: Martin Schoeller (Partnership between Fotografiska and Volvo)

                                         Fotografiska NY Installation © Martin Schoeller for Volvo: A Million More Currently on view, at Fotografiska (NYC), in partnership with Volvo, a photo installation titled “A Million More” by Martin Schoeller tells the story of the survivors of vehicle collisions. 

An Interview with New York’s very own; New York Romantic…; February 2021

Hash Halper RIP 1980-2021 New York’s own Hash Halper, aka “New York Romantic,” sat down with me to discuss his first solo show at the gallery, Art of Our Century.” Hash’s work is recognizable to any New Yorker who spends much of their time in lower Manhattan. His hearts recognizably

Celestial Bodies, a VR Experience at The Museum of Sex (NYC)

A few days ago, I attended the beta testing project currently underway at The Museum of Sex, New York, titled: Celestial Bodies. From the website, MOS describes the experience as follows: “Celestial Bodies is an immersive room scale VR installation that brings Diplo’s track “Set It Off” to a new dimension…this

The Incomplete Photograph (NSFW) Uncut

On April 14, 2018, I wrote a review of the Nobuyoshi Araki exhibition that was on display at the Museum of Sex, in New York City, at the time, here.  This is the uncut version of that review. Warning, some images may be graphic.    Nobuyoshi Araki’s ephemeral photographic works, call


Frieze London 2015: The Aesthetics of Unification The Frieze London 2015 art show was a mixture of surrealist pop art, iconic antiquities, and the extraordinary alongside the effete. The galleries represented were from all over the world, not just from Paris and New York as one might expect. Artists included

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