The Museum of Modern Art Announces Design Exhibition: Items: Is Fashion Modern?

In December of 2017, The Museum of Modern Art will present Items: Is Fashion Modern?, an exhibition that will consist of a selection of 99 garments and accessories that have had a strong impact on history and society in the 20th and 21st centuries, and continue to hold currency today. The exhibition will examine the … Continue reading

Fwd: MIAMI | Feb. 12, 2015 | Blueshift Project Gallery Launches with “Made in New York” Exhibition

  “MADE IN NEW YORK”  Inaugural Exhibition: February 12 – March 26, 2015  Opening reception: Thursday, February 12, 5-9 pm.   MIAMI, FL – “Made in New York,” an exhibition focusing on trends in contemporary sculpture by a group of “under 40” artists, who live and work in New York, will launch Blueshift Project in … Continue reading

RIDING DUALISM; Kiki Valdes’ New Exhibit Opens this November at The National Arts Club in N.Y

KIKI VALDES | RIDING DUALISM MIAMI, Florida—October 22, 2014—The Cuban Art Project® For his first one-person exhibition in New York, Kiki Valdes presents new paintings that explore the phenomenon of dominance and the translation of experience into image and form. Continuing his inquiry into the evaluation of popular culture in the context of established American settings, Riding … Continue reading

Latino US: Cotidiano. Photographer Dulce Pinzón conferences about this national traveling exhibition

MIAMI, Florida July 18, 2013 – The Cuban Art Project/ Centro Cultural Español is featuring Latino US: Cotidiano A photo-book and a photography exhibition documenting the lives of U.S Latinos by twelve Ibero-American photographers.Among the artists is Mexican born and Brooklyn based, Dulce Pinzón, who’s ‘Superheroes‘ documented Mexican immigrants performing their jobs dressed in classic … Continue reading

New York Art News: Not guilty plea to new charges in NY art scam

Not guilty plea to new charges in NY art scam Wall Street Journal NEW YORK — A New York foundry owner already accused of trying to sell a fake Jasper Johns sculpture for $11 million has pleaded not guilty to additional charges. Prosecutors say Brian Ramnarine continued to sell unauthorized works by other artists … … Continue reading