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  • At Auction, A Sculpture to Mark Andy Warhol’s Relationship with the Abstract
    At Auction, A Sculpture to Mark Andy...

    Monday, December 11 2017

    An abstract Andy Warhol sculpture estimated to be worth as much as a million dollars was brought up for auction earlier this month, but not by any of the big auction houses. It was offered by John McInnis Auctioneers of Amesbury, Massachusetts,...

  • To Dot, Pour and Puddle - The Abstract Side of John Armleder’s Art
    To Dot, Pour and Puddle - The Abstract Side of...

    Friday, December 8 2017

    John Armleder entered 2017 with simultaneous retrospectives of his work in two American coastal art capitals: New York, at Almine Rech Gallery, and Los Angeles, at David Kordansky Gallery. Anyone who saw both exhibitions encountered a terrific...

  • How an Abstract Digital Drawing by Claire Malrieux Responds to Weather
    How an Abstract Digital Drawing by Claire...

    Wednesday, December 6 2017

    Claire Malrieux has a knack for devising artworks that elucidate the concept of abstraction in fascinating ways. Her most recent work, Climat General, premiered at the 2017 Venice Biennale in the Hyperpavilion, a space dedicated to post-digital...

  • A Brief Look at the East Village Art Scene of the 1980s
    A Brief Look at the East Village Art Scene of...

    Monday, December 4 2017

    The East Village art scene of the 1980s is the stuff of legends. Bordered by 14th Street, Houston, Bowery and Third Streets, and the East River, the neighborhood began its modern existence as a destination for poor, working class New Yorkers,...