The most difficult problem gallerists themselves face is the fact that the value of art is almost entirely subjective.
In this controversial era it’s important that we are tapped into the culture.
John Stango has collaborated with the South-Bronx based gallery The Compound for his first solo exhibition in New York City.
The Shed is effectively melding the visual and performing art worlds and serves as a new cultural hub for the New York City arts scene.
Obviously, the unstable nature of provenance proves to be a problem for artists and buyers even today.
In the age of reassuring ourselves, it’s important that all take a look in the mirror and capture their true inner beauty.
Whether it be his version of a broken heart or the constant battle between love and money Kai’s artworks speak to the human inside of us.
Instead of getting wild saucy use that time to see poppin’ and dope art at a free gallery. No reason to spend money on some whack ish. .
Need some weekend plans? Here are three exhibitions that have black, Instagrammable, and interactive art. They’re definitely worth pulling up to.
Last week world-renowned legend Yoko Ono took to Twitter to reassure creatives that an art school doesn’t define you as an artist.