Posts tagged: Long Island City
A painting from Cyprien Gaillard’s “New Picturesque” series in his terrific solo show, The Crystal World (through March 18), at MoMA PS1.
Donald Baechler’s “Arithmetic” (1990) from the Fisher Landau Center for Art’s permanent collection show, Visual Conversations.
One of Nancy Dwyer’s very funny paintings, “MIRACLE” (1986), from the Fisher Landau Center for Art’s new exhibition, Nancy Dwyer: Painting and Sculpture, 1982-2012 (through April 7).
Great juxtaposition of Richard Artschwager’s “Cerise” (2002, left) and Edward Mapplethorpe’s “Michael Anthony Fisher” (2011, right), in the permanent collection galleries of the Fisher Landau Center for Art.
I spotted this nice piece by Brazil’s Smael and an artist whose name I can quite make out during a recent visit to 5Pointz.
Another recent mural at 5Pointz that I spotted while taking photographs for a feature on New York’s best street art spots, this one by Esteban del Valle.
During a recent visit to 5Pointz for a feature on New York’s best street art spots I came across this great piece by Kram.
I spotted these nice matching murals by The Yok and Creepy at 5Pointz — whose days are officially numbered — earlier this month.
The beautiful, twisting “Cyclone Fence” (1968/2012) from the essential Bill Bollinger: The Retrospective at SculptureCenter (through July 30).
Still one of my favorite pieces of U.S. flag art, Barbara Kruger’s “Untitled (Questions)” (1991) was included in MoMA PS1’s September 11 exhibition last year. Happy 4th of July!