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Forum in Form

  By Esmeralda Vazquez   The quiet stillness emanates from a captive audience as these pieces are observed. It is in thought that we look on and question the existence […]

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Luz Peuscovich – Wigwam

By Eric Valosin Wigwam  Luz Peuscovich Solo(s) Project House Newark, NJ On view through Dec. 15, 2015 Also on View at R.Jampol Project(s) (NYC) Luz Peuscovich – Thing Nov. 3 – […]

A Contrast of Space and Abstraction

Upon arrival to the LEED certified “green” building at 14 Maple Avenue in Morristown, NJ,  I was greeted by the unexpected normality of an office lobby with unassuming signs inviting me […]

USCO: WHEN/THEN

The USCO art collaborative has amassed an impressive body of work since the 1960s. Their resume includes culturally era-relevant works that continue to be just as provocative today. From light […]

Review: Jersey City Art and Studio Tour

The Sublime, the Ridiculous, the sick, the tired, and even the kitchen sink (somewhere I’m sure) all came together for the Jersey City Art ad Studio Tour. Although too vast […]

Contributors Wanted!

The Not What It Is team is hard at work, brainstorming!   As an artist or an art lover, more than likely you read other art blogs such as Hyperallergic and […]

Opening in Morristown: Contrasting Abstractions

From morrisarts.org: On October 8, 2015 from 6-8pm, Morris Arts will host a free opening reception for the Gallery at 14 Maple’s thirteenth exhibit, entitled CONTRASTING ABSTRACTIONS.  For this occasion, the Exhibition […]

Newark Museum: The Shape of Light, Gabriel Dawe on View

The Newark Museum presents The Shape of Light: Gabriel Dawe, featuring large-scale, site-specific installations, sculptural works and works on paper by internationally known multi-media artist Gabriel Dawe. Born and raised in Mexico City […]