Category Archives: New York City


Sui Jianguo “Blind Portraits” Series Arrives in Central Park

Four massive sculptures by renowned Chinese sculptor Sui Jianguo are currently on display at New York’s Doris C. Freedman Plaza. The monumental sculptures are part of Sui Jianguo’s “Blind Portraits” series. While the large bronze do not quite resemble portraits, they were created “blindly.” Sui


Wang Jianwei Makes U.S. Debut at the Guggenheim

Wang Jianwei: Time Temple recently debuted at the Guggenheim Museum. It is the Beijing-based artist’s first solo museum exhibition in North America. The exhibit also marks the first of three commissions of The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Chinese Art Initiative at the museum. According

FIDEM Holds Congress in Bulgaria

The Fédération International de la Médaille d’Art (FIDEM) or International Medal Art Federation recently held its 33rd congress in Sofia, Bulgaria. The FIDEM, which was founded in 1937, aims to promote and diffuse the art of medals at international level, to make the art known

The Whitney Jeff Koons Makeover

Jeff Koons does everything big, from the size of his sculptures to the price tags on his artwork. The new exhibit at the Whitney Museum of American Art is no exception. “Jeff Koons: A Retrospective” takes over nearly the entirety of the Whitney’s Marcel Breuer

2014 Whitney Biennial: Curators As Artists

The 2014 Whitney Biennial ended this week.  It is the last to take place in the Whitney Museum of American Art’s building at 945 Madison Avenue at 75th Street. The Museum is moving downtown to its new location in the spring of 2015. The Museum’s

Frieze Art Fair – A True New Yorker

Not only does New York steal some good theater from London, but the Frieze Art Fair has now become a New York art show and part of the established New York art scene. Direct from London, the Frieze Art Fair landed on New York Randall’s