A handsome, spacious design by Studio Gang Architects lent an air of sophistication with wide aisles, an easy grid layout and reflective conical forms dramatically suspended from the ceiling. "The fair has all the right ingredients," said Michael Solway, director of Cincinnati's Carl Solway Gallery, "a great location and good dealers," a sentiment echoed by many. The Solway Gallery, celebrating its 50th year, showcased, Read more
Yesterday, pioneering public artist Mary Miss unveiled FLOW: Can You See the River? in Indianapolis, the first in the artist's City as Living Laboratory (CaLL) series of projects that combine art and environmentalism to raise public awareness about issues of sustainability. Commissioned by the Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA) for its new Fairbanks Art and Nature Park, dedicated to site-specific artworks and environmental research, FLOW "makes Read more
A new international art fair, exposition CHICAGO, will debut Sept. 19–23, 2012, seizing a slot in the international calendar before October's Frieze Art Fair and FIAC. The surprise venture is spearheaded by Tony Karman, former vice president and director of Art Chicago, and his recently formed Art Expositions LLC, created in partnership with Mark Lyman and Michael Franks of The Art Fair Company, producers of SOFA. Karman, a 30-year veteran Read more
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