Watch that Dial!

Courtesy Andrew Edlin Gallery

Over a lifetime living in Alabama, Thornton Dial, a self-taught artist inspired by the African American tradition of yard displays, built an incredible body of sculptures out of found objects. Eventually, the art-world establishment caught on, and now he’s having his biggest show ever, at the Indianapolis Museum of Art. New Yorkers can … Read More

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Happiness is a walking gun?

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Purchase, Anonymous Gift, 1998 (1998.440) © Laurie Simmons

When the Metropolitan Museum of Art called last year’s show of Leon Levenstein’s photos “Hipsters, Hustlers, and Handball Players,” it was clear that director Thomas Campbell had ushed in a new era of irreverence in exhibition titles. This year the museum followed up with “G … Read More

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Volta NY 2011 – Round One

Los Galeristas Adolescentes Gallery Club returns to our favorite Armory Week event, VOLTA NY. We love the boutique-like feel of this show and the strictly solo-project format that makes it more like a fast track to 80-plus studio visits than like a typical an art fair.

With new and exciting mind-blowing discoveries at every turn and a chance to meet and chat with the artists for deeper consideration of the work, Volta NY is the Gallery Club’s pick of the week.

Stay tuned for more Gallery Club adventures during Armory Week.

Los Galeristas Adolescentes Gallery Club thank  Amanda Coulson, VOLTA Executive Director, for her support.

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