Jamison Carter selected for Insider’s Picks by artist Christian Rex Van Minnen 5.28.20

Christian Rex Van Minnen is a painter based in California and is represented by Future Fair exhibitor Richard Heller Gallery.
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Christian Rex van Minnen (born 1980) is an American artist who lives and works in California. van Minnen creates highly detailed paintings, monotypes and sculpture that focus on a layering of both paint and narrative, expanding the potentiality of contrasts in values, textures and emotions. He is represented by Future Fair exhibitor Richard Heller ... (read more)

Rodrigo Valenzuela selected for Insider’s Picks by Danny Báez 5.7.20


Insider’s Picks: Danny is a curator based in New York City. He is the Co-Founder and Director of MECA International Art Fair in San Juan, Puerto Rico and Co-Founder and Board Member of the ARTNOIR Collective
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Danny Báez is a regular and normal guy originally from Quisqueya, Dominican Republic. A former Advertising Major at UNAPEC and a Printmaker at Columbia University's LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies, Báez is now living and ... (read more)

Andrea Chung in Design Milk 3.25.20

9 Incredible Objects From Armory Art Fair Week 2020

by David Behringer

Jacob Hashimoto, The Windy Echo of Some Half Remembered Rage I, 2020 (detail)

Earlier in March, New York City hosted the annual “Armory Week”, with thousands of contemporary artworks occupying multiple massive art fairs across the city. Design Milk ran through 6 of the biggest art fairs to find the most creative and eye-catching artworks on view. Here’s a recap of our “Top 9”, in the order ... (read more)

Andrea Chung in Hyperallergic 3.6.20

Visiting the 2020 Armory Show Amid Ominous Headlines


From art about environmental recklessness to Caribbean post-coloniality, Armory kicked off the spring art fair season in spite of growing coronavirus concerns.

by Dessane Lopez Cassell
March 6, 2020

Amir H. Fallah’s work on view in the Denny Dimin booth as part of Focus at Pier 90, curated by Jamillah James (all photos by Dessane Lopez Cassell for Hyperallergic, unless otherwise stated)

’Tis the season: with Thursday’s public opening of the Armory Show, ... (read more)

Andrea Chung featured in Forbes 3.5.20

Maurizio Cattelan Â©PATRICK MCMULLAN

The Armory Show VIP Preview Opens To Strong Sales, Resilient Collectors
By Bettina Zilkha | Contributor
March 5, 2020

The 2020 Armory Show held its VIP preview Wednesday morning at Pier 90 and Pier 94. Founded in 1994, The Armory Show has become an important yearly event for collectors and dealers alike. This year the excitement over high quality art was once again palpable: with a line out the door, collectors were in a shopping mood, and stock market slumps ... (read more)

Rodrigo Valenzuela in New American Paintings 9.20.17

EXPO Chicago 2017 Highlights

EXPO Chicago, like many of its art fair counterparts, contains the requisite grabby, show-stoppers we’ve come to expect. However, after the initial lure of the spectacle fades, the eye begins to locate the stronger, more contemplative works emerging from the depths of the exhibitor booths. The works of these six artists are prime examples of pieces that reward a slower viewing, that expand, deepen and reveal more, the longer you look. – Robin Dluzen, Chicago Contributor
Rodrigo Valenzuela at Klowden ... (read more)

David Lloyd in New American Paintings 12.14.16

Scenes from Untitled Art Fair 2016

One of our favorite fairs is Untitled Art. The tent is always beautiful, with a transparent roof (providing nice, even light) and views of the beach. The layout is interesting, ignoring the conventional aisle and row system. And the curation is right on with great galleries and works. Tomorrow I'm posting some shots of Art Miami. In the meantime, enjoy scenes from this year's Untitled Art fair! - Andrew Katz, Associate Publisher


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Srijon Chowdhury featured in Hyperallergic 12.3.15

At Pulse Miami Beach, Plants, Plants Everywhere
by Claire Voon

Gordon Holden, “Trees” (2015) (all photos by the author for Hyperallergic)
MIAMI BEACH — Perhaps it’s because we’re near the tropics or in palm tree central, but whatever the reason, the galleries participating in this year’s Pulse Miami Beach fair are showing a generous selection of botany-focused works. As I moved from booth to booth, colorful abstract and geometric paintings were certainly aplenty and eye-catching, but more compelling were the many dedicated ... (read more)

Megan Cotts featured in Untitled Miami Beach with Junior Projects 11.22.15

Untitled Miami Beach
December 2 - 6, 2015

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Katie Herzog Featured in Art F City 5.17.15

 NADA Disappoints
by Paddy Johnson on May 17, 2015
It’s hard to shit on NADA. It’s free and the art is consistently strong. Every time I visit, I am happy for having seen good art.
This year is no different, but I left feeling a little disappointed, regardless. By NADA’s own standards, the fair felt more commercially driven. There were fewer risks being taken and the weird shit they’re known for was generally confined to a booth. Last year in ... (read more)