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  • webmaster   •   2/20/17

    Q&A with Rebecca Sharp, Writer and Artist

    Rebecca Sharp is a writer currently based in Fife, Scotland. A writer and artist, she has taken an interdisciplinary approach with her work, collaborating with a diverse range of artists....

  • webmaster   •   1/23/17

    5 Surrealist Works of Art and Where to Find Them

    What is surrealism? The movement that began in the early 1920’s was artistic, literary and intellectual. Artists who identified with the movement sought to channel the unconscious, to denature...

  • webmaster   •   1/12/17

    Artist Q&A with Susan Hamburger

    Susan Hamburger is a visual artist living and working in Brooklyn, New York.  The Roger Smith has the pleasure of exhibiting her recent show at the hotel, Protected//Rejected//Unexpected, on...

  • webmaster   •   10/17/16

    Q&A with Walter Robinson, Neo-Pop Painter

    Before Richard Prince copied pulpy images and before Damien Hirst made spin paintings, Walter Robinson’s similar body of work nearly brought him to the brink of superstardom on the 1980s...

  • webmaster   •   9/26/16

    Art Lover’s Guide to NYC: Fall 2016 Edition

    Downtown or uptown and from Manhattan to Queens, Roger Smith recommends seeing the following galleries, street art and world-famous museum exhibitions this fall. Story of My Life Houston Bowery...

  • webmaster   •   9/12/16

    Q&A with Logan Hicks, Artist Behind the Latest Bowery Mural

    The regeneration of the Bowery dwarfs even the ambition of the Commissioners’ Plan of 1811. Once home to fashionable, well-heeled New Yorkers, the Bowery became New York’s skid row,...

  • webmaster   •   9/6/16

    Roger Smith Recommends: NY Art Book Fair

    Contemporary NYC art is among the most innovative in America, but New York will always have a split personality, its monumental museums contrasting with nonconformist modern galleries. Exciting new...

  • webmaster   •   7/18/16

    Chelsea Art Galleries to Visit This Summer

    With the always-crowded Whitney Museum on its southern border and hectic Midtown to the north, Chelsea is a relatively peaceful haven for New York’s art scene on the West...

  • webmaster   •   7/11/16

    How to Spend a Day at the Whitney Museum

    In a radical departure from its former modernist home on the Upper East Side, the Whitney Museum of American Art moved into a glassy Meatpacking District building in 2015....

  • webmaster   •   3/8/16

    The Armory Show’s New York All-Stars

    This past weekend was New York City’s annual Armory Show, where renowned galleries from all over the world gather on the Hudson to create a massive mall of contemporary...

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