Category Archives: ART

May 19

COLONY SQUARE: LETTERS OF MIDTOWN

“The 8-feet tall letters, a collaboration between North American Properties (NAP), Midtown Alliance and Rick Sheppard of MacroTek, are designed to establish a sense of place and build awareness of the Midtown brand as the cultural core of the city.” – The Atlanta Journal Constitution “Curious about those giant, colorful “MIDTOWN” letters in the heart of, […]

May 19

THE WWAF @ ARENA GALLERY: OCCASIONAL SUPERSTAR V. DAN THE MAN

The WWAF (World Wide Arts Federation) is a place where artists can exhibit their alter ego as well as their artistic abilities and determine what really is at the core of creative competition… who’s the baddest. What you say matters just as much as what you create. Those with the sharpest wit and quickest paint […]

May 19

THE HIGH: AFRICAN ART- BUILDING THE COLLECTION

In celebration of its newly expanded Fred and Rita Richman Gallery for African Art, the High will showcase nearly 40 recent acquisitions of art from Africa to enter the permanent collection. African Art: Building the Collection marks a significant expansion of the African art galleries, a more than 60-percent increase in the dedicated space for […]

May 19

THE HIGH: PAINTER AND POET: THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF ASHLEY BRYAN

In celebration of its newly expanded Fred and Rita Richman Gallery for African Art, the High will showcase nearly 40 recent acquisitions of art from Africa to enter the permanent collection. African Art: Building the Collection marks a significant expansion of the African art galleries, a more than 60-percent increase in the dedicated space for […]

May 08

86TH STREET SECOND AVENUE SUBWAY ART: CHUCK CLOSE

Subway Portraits (2016) © Chuck Close. NYCT Second Avenue – 86th Street Station. Ceramic tile, glass and ceramic mosaic. Fabricated by Magnolia Editions and Mosaika Art & Design. SAS_ArtMapFoldposter POSSE PHOTOS:

May 08

72ND STREET SECOND AVENUE SUBWAY ART: VIK MUNIZ

  Perfect Strangers (2016) © Vik Muniz. NYCT Second Avenue – 72nd Street Station. Glass mosaic and laminated glass. Fabricated by Franz Mayer of Munich. SAS_ArtMapFoldposter POSSE PHOTOS:

May 08

LIZ GLYNN OPEN HOUSE: NYC STREET ART- Central Park

At the turn of the 20th century, New York City’s wealthy elite gathered in opulent private ballrooms to define their social status. In contrast, Central Park granted democratic access to public space when it was established in the 1850s as one of the nation’s first urban parks. Open House is a new commission by Los […]