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TheArtShow2015 (2)TheArtShow2015dTheArtShow2015aThe Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA) annual fair is underway (with 72 major galleries), at the Park Avenue Armory, and through March 8, 2015.

Photographs: Stephen Wise



EdithSchloss1 (2)The Edith Schloss Retrospective at Sundaram-Tagore in NYC (through March 28, 2015) includes works by: Robert Rauschenberg, Cy Twombly, William de Kooning and Alberto Giacometti (among others).

Photographs: Stephen Wise

RolePlay-PhillipsRolePlay4A travelling selling exhibition, Role Play, by fashion photographer Steven Maisel is at Phillips through March 3, 2014.

Photographs: Stephen Wise

Greenberg-KenSchlesGreenberg-HartshornHoward Greenberg Gallery is presenting exhibitions by Ken Schles: Invisible City/Night Walk, and Willis Hartshorn: A Fine Life, through March 14, 2015.

Photographs: Stephen Wise

AmandaSelwynDanceTheatre15aAmandaSelwynDanceTheatre15fAmanda Selwyn Dance Theatre is preparing for its Fifteenth Anniversary Performance Season. Their World Premier of Renewal is will be held March 13-15, 2015 as part of the Tribeca Dance Series at BMCC Tribecca Performing Arts Center.

The dance company also offers arts-in-education programming for children in NYC public schools.

Photographs: Stephen Wise

ShainmanKaphar2015“The Bolshevik was the man of the future.” Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr. The Politics of Upheaval (Houghton Mifflin Company, 1960)

The Bolshevik (deceiving, disrupting and deviant) man is not the model for becoming our best self. Nor is he the way to social justice.

“Many people are becoming frustrated, hopeless, and disillusioned. Because of the slow pace we are making in the direction of human rights and individual freedom, they are turning aside to false detour signs such as black power, separatism, and uprisings in cities (the so-called riots). Our road to world peace does not lead through these. We will not win through black power, white power, and not even through “green power.” But we will win only through the power of God.” Ralph David Abernathy, International Inter-Religious Symposium on Peace in New Delhi, 1968

Artist/Artwork: Titus Kaphar: Drawing the Blinds at Jack Shainman Gallery through February 21, 2015.

Photograph: Stephen Wise


Artwork by: John Newsom, MANA Contemporary

Photograph: Stephen Wise

Armitage-MakingArtDanceArmitage-OnNatureOfThingsArmitage-MegumiEdaArmitage dancers, including Megumi Eda & Cristian Laverde-Koenig (photos), will be performing at MANA Contemporary, Jersey City, NJ, January 11, 2015.

Photographs: Stephen Wise

Haber-ThePanthers (2)Anna Schuleit Haber’s recent paintings, The Panthers, “made in dialogue with Thomas Bernhard’s darkly comic fiction,” are on display at the German Consulate in NYC (871 United Nationa Plaza) through January 2, 2015.

Photograph: Stephen Wise


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