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Brooklyn Museum : Swoon: Submerged Motherlands

Brooklyn-based artist Swoon celebrates everyday people and explores social and environmental issues with her signature paper portraits and figurative installations. She is best known for her large, intricately-cut prints wheat pasted to industrial buildings in Brooklyn and Manhattan.   Read the full article at

Brooklyn Museum: FAILE: Savage/Sacred Young Minds

FAILE, a Brooklyn-based collaboration between artists Patrick McNeil and Patrick Miller, raises questions about our relationship to consumer culture, religious traditions, and the urban environment by blurring the boundaries between fine art, street art, and popular culture.   Read the full article at

The New York Times: Gaetano Pesce: ‘One-of-a-Kind Iconic Works, 1967-2015’

At Gaetano Pesce‘s solo exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in 1979, his cartoonish, riotously colored lamps, vases, chairs and drawings dealt a body blow to the sleek Modernist Bauhaus objects enshrined in the museum’s vitrines. To judge by the generous showof 90 objects and drawings at the Allouche Gallery in SoHo, this Italian iconoclast has […]

Beautiful Bizarre Magazine: Lori Earley

Lori Earley is a contemporary surrealist figurative artist who began exhibiting her work in 2004.  She describes her work, “My oil paintings are a combination of classical realistic rendering with a  personal element of distortion” This distortion comes from an innate desire to transform her  emotions into tangible planes that express what she feels, not […]

Juxtapoz: FAILE Open a Permanent Outpost for Their Iconic Deluxx Fluxx Installation

Patrick McNeil and Patrick Miller, known collaboratively as FAILE, are the visionaries behind Deluxx Fluxx’s floor-to-ceiling blacklight art interiors. Together they’ve blurred the boundaries between fine art, urban art, and popular culture throughout their 20+ years of practice. FAILE brings to New York elements from the golden age of arcades, punk rock, hip-hop and graffiti […]

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