When I walked into, Kiki & Seton Smith: A Sense of Place, I was sleep-deprived and dragging two of my kids with me, who believe it or not, were not […]
This past weekend was the annual Newark Open Doors event. The city opened up, allowing the public to engage with a wide range of art in a plethora of venues. There is something raw, emotional […]
By K.Anthony Lawler Performance art, as a construct, contains the capacity to envelope space, shift the concept of time, alter our traditional understanding of artistic engagement and download foreign emotions […]
By Eric Valosin I recently attended a Catholic mass with a friend of mine. Theological differences aside, my thoroughly Protestant upbringing sprinkled with a hint of Catholic ancestry always causes […]
by Tracy DiTolla What is light? It is always around us whether from the sun, moon and stars or human-directed electricity. In our world, a flick of a switch causes […]
By Daniel Morowitz The golden ratio can break down a rectangle into an almost infinite number of squares. Unlimited in its application, artists and architects held this ratio as the […]
We have a tumultuous relationship with nature; we try to control it, protect it, exploit it, destroy it, preserve it, etc. Planting a garden, killing weeds, mowing the lawn, picking up vegetables at the store, and vacationing at the shore are just a few of the hundreds of way we connect with nature."
Artist Talk this Saturday, March 12, 2016, 2-3:30pm Join Pat Lay and Guest Curator Lilly Wei In Conversation with Aljira Visiting Curator Dexter Wimberly review by Kasia Skorynkiewicz As […]
by Maryann Ficker Entering the high ceilinged, spacious, white cube of Gallery Aferro from gritty Market Street in Newark, is like stepping into another world. Upon entering Jo-El Lopez’s first […]
By Ruth Borgenicht Discomfort: Experiments in Furniture, Function and Form Jan. 17 – May 8, 2016 Hunterdon Art Museum, Clinton NJ What do a floating sculpture, a police barricade […]
Abney is not afraid of color. There were reds, blues and yellows, and greens, violets and oranges: flat, monochromatic, and neon versions of them!
Ringing in a new year is a time to celebrate with a bang, however at Proto Gallery in Hoboken, 2016 was welcomed by a whisper; Reading a Wave is a […]
Index Art Center | Newark, NJ On View Dec 12 – Jan 8 by K.Anthony Lawler Forms of motion, balance and rhythm were expressed in totality last weekend at Index […]
Oh Baby,” can be both an exclamation, and apparently a work of art, depending on where it’s uttered. Greeting visitors at the door to Proto Gallery, Marta Buda’s sculpture hangs […]
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 […]
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 – […]