Natalia Almonte with Nicole Economides, curated WE ARE HERE TO SERVE YOU at the Arnold and Sheila Aronson Galleries of Parsons School of Design in New York before the pandemic brought about strict quarantine measures.
Read below for Natalia’s review of the effects of the pandemic on their exhibition that has been indefinitely extended!
The exhibition Charmed Lives in Greece: Ghika, Craxton, Leigh Fermor opened at the British Museum in London when I was (and would be for the foreseeable future) in New York. Naturally, this led to a strong and dreadful feeling of missing out. This exhibition promised to present the intricate links between three key figures in the […]
Jenny Saville’s latest work exhibited at Gagosian’s Jenny Saville: Ancestors in Chelsea, New York is markedly layered both literally and figuratively speaking. What do I mean? First of all, her artistic process is revealed on the canvas. After you take in a work as a whole and begin to notice sections, in one area you may […]
Tom Wesselmann: Standing Still Lifes opened to the public on January 18th, at Gagosian Gallery’s 24th street location, and it is undoubtedly worth a visit…or two. For the first time in the artist’s exhibition history, Tom Wesselmann’s series of works created between 1967 and 1981 are shown in a single show and a single location. The […]
Living and working in the art field for a number of years now, it has become apparent that there is a gap in awareness around the vibrant and bustling contemporary Greek art scene. So, in the aftermath of Documenta 14, Athens, I would like to create a series of profiles on modern and contemporary Greek […]
With current events being as they are, the importance of art in society and our daily life has become ever more apparent. It is essential to know one thing: collecting and supporting the arts is not reserved only for the wealthy. In fact, one look at our fairly recent past will demonstrate how art flourished […]
Last summer, I had the pleasure of working at The Drawing Center under Chief Curator, Claire Gilman for curatorial work, and Molly Gross for museum communications. While there, I was lucky enough to get glimpses of the plans for the, then, upcoming exhibition Cecily Brown: Rehearsal. Fast forward months later, IFA Contemporary accepted my article […]
Curated by Tiffany M. Apostolou Works by Dae Young Kim and Rebecca Salmon March 1 – 5, 2016 80WSE Galleries 80 Washington Square East New York, NY 10003 For a week, works by two budding artists were featured in Gallery #1 of 80WSE Galleries. The exhibition displayed a balance of works, both sculptural and flat, aiming to give the viewer […]