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People look at paintings in an art gallery.

Review: Capturing memory and everyday moments at ‘Can Thought Go On Without A Body?’

From May 5-12, the art group Stilllife showcased an exhibition with paintings, sculptures and installations by 20 artists.
Adrianna Nehme, Deputy Managing Editor May 20, 2024

I admit, art galleries aren't exactly my go-to spots. Whenever I do find myself in one, I often fall into this trap of thinking I could easily replicate the colors splashed across...

A purple wall, divided in the middle with a diagonal white line. On the left of the wall it says, “MANET,” and on the right it says, “DEGAS.” There is a gold-framed painting under each name. There is a person looking at the paintings.

Review: ‘Manet/Degas’ compares and contextualizes the painters’ journeys

The exhibition offers an expansive view of its two artists’ works, their tumultuous relationship and their mark on 19th-century art.
Kaleo Zhu, Contributing Writer December 14, 2023

There is no shortage of feuds between prominent figures of the art world — Vincent Van Gogh and Paul Gauguin or Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse. A new exhibit at the Metropolitan...

David Lynch: Big Bongo Night. 540 W. 25th St., Nov. 4-Dec. 17. (Courtesy of Pace Gallery)

For the first time, David Lynch gets weird on canvas

David Lynch’s “Big Bongo Night” is a mixed-media approach to the filmaker’s signature style. The exhibit is on view at Pace Gallery until Dec. 17.
Katherine Williams, Contributing Writer November 30, 2022

Before he was a renowned filmmaker, David Lynch just wanted to paint. He only started making films out of a desire to see his paintings move; thus, his debut short “Six Men Getting...

Artist Alice Neel chose unconventional subjects for her paintings. A collection of her works is currently on display at the Guggenheim in Bilbao. (Photo by Elizabeth Crawford)

Alice Neel’s sublime portraiture

Alice Neel brings Harlem to the Guggenheim.
Elizabeth Crawford, Contributing Writer October 8, 2021

“I like to paint people that have been ruined by the rat race in New York City,” Alice Neel once told Johnny Carson on The Tonight Show. Yes, a painter on a late night talk...

Surrender, Oil on Canvas, Margaret Morrison

Windows to Childhood at Kimmel

Thomas Miritello, Contributing Writer November 28, 2016
Margaret Morrison's exhibit "Playtime" features eerily photorealistic paintings of childhood playthings, on view now at NYU Kimmel Center.
The new Metropolitan museum, the Met Breuer, opened to the public on March 18.

The Met Breuer Opens With Unfinished Art and Concepts

Audrey Deng, Deputy Managing Editor March 21, 2016
The Met Breuer museum opens with a Nasreen Mohamedi retrospective and an exhibition called "Unfinished: Thoughts Left Visible".
Minimalism shines in ‘Alchemy’

Minimalism shines in ‘Alchemy’

Carter Glace, Contributing Writer November 25, 2014
Julie Hedrick interprets history and science through paintings in "Alchemy."
Explore unique art scenes throughout New York City

Explore unique art scenes throughout New York City

August 25, 2013
The city offers a wide variety of art to keep students away from their Netflix accounts.
Courtesy of Jaime Arredondo

Gallatin professor stands out as a floral painter

May 2, 2013
Jaime Arredondo, a professor for the Gallatin School of Individualized Study, has art on display at Jo's in SoHo.