Photography & Art

Is Andy Warhol Dangerous?

Eric Russ

There are few artists who can lay claim to as recognizable a body of work as Andy Warhol.  Indeed, support for his legacy has emerged in all corners of the world making him an international superstar of the art world, rivaled perhaps only by Picasso.  As a new bevy of collectors enter into the Postwar and Contemporary Art market, from the newly emergent BRIC countries (Brazil, Russia, India and China), Warhols are finding their way into homes all over the world.  For many new art collectors looking to amass a respectable (and valuable) collection, Warhol has become a popular way to make a foray into the sometimes volatile world of art investment. 

The Art of Clarisse Perrette

Clarisse Perrette

Born and raised in New York City, artist Clarisse Perrette currently lives and works in Chicago. Her paintings have been featured at a number of galleries around the country, including s.e.e.d. Gallery (Brooklyn), Artist’s Museum (Washington D.C.), the Art Students League (New York City) and the Zhou B Art Center in Chicago.

 

Public Art Reaches New Heights

Eric Russ

As the de facto capital of the contemporary art world, it is perhaps no surprise that New York has become such a hotbed for high-quality public art.  From the increasingly cultural Governors Island to the newly expanded High Line, great art venues abound throughout the city. 

 

Moraff: Street Portraits (2008-2011)

Christopher Moraff

Street Portraits (2008-2011) by photographer and writer Christopher Moraff. 

Walking After Midnight

Christopher Moraff

“Night Visions: Photography After Dark” – on exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art through September 18 – offers an inspiring glimpse at the intrepid photographers who, for more than a century, have made the night home.

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