• Politicizing Space

    Anya and Andrew Shiva Gallery present the works of Allan McCollum, Andrew Ross, Carin Riley, David Goodman, Felipe Cortez, Frauke Schlitz, Kara Rooney, Lan Tuazon, Lauren Clay, Paul Anthony Smith and Willaim Corwin in the group exhibition “Politicizing Space” in their primary fine art gallery at John Jay College of Criminal Justice.  On view from February […]

    Charlotta Kotik 0 Comments March 30, 2017
  • “I, Cyborg” Curated by William Corwin

    “I, Cyborg,” on view at Gazelli Art House in London from October 6 through November 12, is an iteration of the exhibit “Cyborg” at Zurcher Gallery in New York, which was on display in December of 2015. “I, Cyborg” is an investigation into the confluence between cutting-edge philosophical, sociological and scientific interpretations of what it […]

    William Corwin 0 Comments November 8, 2016
  • Champollion by William Corwin

    Champollion consists of a series of cast sculptures in plaster, lead, and resin. Some of the sculptures are dyed to provide a consistent color throughout the volume of the piece. The installation consists of a ziggurat and a pedestal representing the Egyptian solar bark of the sky on which the gods reside.  Curator David Goodman offers […]

    David Goodman 0 Comments August 8, 2016
  • Dustin Yellin at VOLTA NY

    Dustin Yellin is the founder of Red Hook’s Pioneer Works Center for Art and Education.  He exhibits selections of his signature ‘painting sculptures’, culling from his ongoing dynamically figurative cosmos Psychogeographies as well as intimately-scaled acrylic and glass contrasts. As well, Yellin was selected to participate during this season’s New York City Ballet’s Art Series […]

    Installation Magazine 0 Comments March 1, 2015
  • States of Perpetual Consequence by Melinda Smith Altshuler

    Growing up in Los Angeles, I have absorbed my personal history from family lore.  Most of us have come to this country as immigrants with nothing.  My grandparents and great-grandparents began anew, they came to the United States from Eastern Europe.  Cast-off or used objects already imbued with the history of others, aided in the […]

    Melinda Smith Altshuler 0 Comments November 17, 2014
  • Chinook Arc : A Social Catalyst

    Joe O’Connell founder of Creative Machines, a collective of artists, engineers and craftsman based in Tucson, Arizona discusses his latest installation in Canada. Featured video: Visitors can control the sculpture’s 48 lights through a custom-designed optical sensor.  The sensor allows people to change light sequences effectively turning the entire sculpture into a low-resolution screen that reproduces […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments November 3, 2014