Art


So the club I am in got free tickets to one of the most famous art shows in the world, which has been an annual event since 1913.


I loved the colors together in the painting by Richard Phillips called White Cube
2009 Oil on Canvas


Black and white themed gallery


Crooked shelf with trinkets and empty frames


tons of frames
Mickalene Thomas
mixed media of 8 panels
named Photomontage 2009


All ages were fascinated and photographed the still moments
Michael Portnoy
mixed media
The Instrument 2009


Cow, Lion, Hawk, Duck


Blah


Amy photographing this illusion
Anthony James
Wall Mounted Birch Box 2009


Yoon, Jeongmee
Ethan and His Blue Things


Yoon, Jeongmee
Kara-Dayeon and Her Pink Things


Clay face cut and shaped


Styrofoam on walls


People enjoying the Ronald Feidman Fine Arts Collection


Anna Maria Maiolino
Walking Through Eggs


Katie admiring the painting made of different colors of puffy paint


Yes I believe, NO i don’t


Gilles Barbier
In the soup, a cheddar fondue and three nightmares, speech bubbles (tenant and owners), isolated segments (the infinite assassin) and bananas 2010


Katie and the big flowers


Katie, Amy, & Charlotte with the Big Apple!


Rob Wynne
Kissing Seahorses
print on canvas with glitter and hand sewn pearls


Amy taking photos


Revolving mirrors


Francis Celentano
Elliptical Kinetic Painting in yellow and violet


Our usual mirror pics

I joined this photography club that travels to different art galleries around NYC to admire the artists work and to take photographs. After the walk or crawl we usually end the afternoon dining together. I really enjoy the people in the group. It is so much fun!


The Cereal Killa’s graffiti wall mural


I liked the orange hair piece with the black and white painting


Behind the scenes at an artist’s loft…I wonder what this will turn out to be?


A bright gallery


At the Boiler Room title “Miniature War in Iraq…and Now Afghanistan” The research and project started in March 2007 and was not shown to the public till February 2010. An Arabic-speaking research team set out to best capture this war getting information from Iraq Bloggers, the New York Times, the US Military etc.. On the wall hung pictures of different toy men from Iraq/Afghanistan and US Soldiers. There was also a movie playing along with the main huge display that I photographed. You cannot see the detail in the picture, but there are many soldiers and civilians carefully places by the research they studied.


Some of the group at another gallery


This was the only exhibit at this gallery…wax and tire tracks


Asian men in a bubble on a mountain


Precisely placed pins and confetti


The cute German Beer Garden we went to after the miles of walking from gallery to gallery!


Cheers…it was the 1 year anniversary of Wired New York. Thanks Edward and Andrew!