Heather Morgan and I have know each other since the first day of college in Boston, MA, long ago (so long ago I cannot reveal the date!) Now we both live in Greenpoint, Brooklyn and are practically neighbors. I like to visit her studio every few months to see what she has upon her easel. This […]
Cheap & Plastique’s favorites at the Volta Art Fair: Sofie Bird Moller (Martin Asbaek Gallery), Carlos Sagrera (Rutger Brandt Gallery), & Bradley Wood (Angell Gallery).
Cheap & Plastique’s favorites from The Armory Show include artists represented by Galerie Nathalie Obadia, Deitch Projects NY, Honor Fraser, Bruce Silverstein Gallery, Vigo Gallery, Galerie Daniel Templon, & Kavi Gupta Gallery.
Cheap & Plastique’s favorites from The Armory Show include artists represented by Ingleby Gallery, Deitch Projects NY, Sies + Hoke, Sean Kelly Gallery NY, Sprueth Magers, & Howard Greenberg Gallery NY.
Cheap & Plastique’s favorites from the Nada Art Fair hail from Weiss Gallery Berlin, Brennan & Griffin Gallery NYC, Galerie Christian Lethert Cologne, & Mier Gallery Los Angeles.
Cheap & Plastique’s favorites at Spring Break Art Show: Tom Jarmusch (photography) & Kristen Schiele (silkscreen).
RIP John Berger. Can’t get enough of his voice today. NY Times obit here.
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Jessica Peters is a Canadian painter. I came across her work and met her at Volta NY this past March in her Galerie Simon Blais sponsored solo booth. Please see more of Jessica’s work here. Triade, 2014, acrylic and spray paint on canvas, 63 x 57 inches C & P: Where did you grow up? Did the environment you experienced […]
Way back in 2010 I did one of my first Cheap & Plastique studio visits with Brooklyn artist, Paul Brainard. Check out the visit here. Currently there is a show up at Lodge Gallery (131 Chrystie St, New York, New York), Paul Brainard: Roasted, a group exhibition celebrating Paul as both an artist and curator. […]