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Last Thursday night RANY attended The Nouveau Classical Project,’s world premiere dance project entitled Potential Energies at BAM Fisher. The hybrid music ensemble collaborated with TrioDance Collective to perform a “new modern ballet. The 50-minute piece which is divided into three acts, each containing three movements, was conceived of and directed by NCP’s founder Sugar Vendil and choreographed by Barbie Diewald to music by composer Trevor Gureckis.
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Last Thursday night RANY attended The Nouveau Classical Project,’s world premiere dance project entitled Potential Energies at BAM Fisher. The hybrid music ensemble collaborated with TrioDance Collective to perform a “new modern ballet. The 50-minute piece which is divided into three acts, each containing three movements, was conceived of and directed by NCP’s founder Sugar Vendil and choreographed by Barbie Diewald to music by composer Trevor Gureckis.

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CURRENT: Gowanus is an art exhibition and sale presented by Arts Gowanus and curated by Benjamin Sutton. The exhibit surveys the breadth and depth of visual art that is being made in Gowanus today. The Brooklyn nonprofit opened with  a benefit last evening and is now on view through weekend.  The show is colorful, thoughtful and curious (take note of Matt Callinan‘s amorphous ceiling installation of white balloons), so find your favorite pair of saddle shoes and maybe a flask of whiskey, and head back in time to see the future.

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Last night RANY joined a formidable group of dancers, designers, musicians and critics to watch a work in progress at BAM Fisher byThe Nouveau Classical Project entitled Potential Energies.  Conceived and directed by NCP Artistic Director Sugar Vendil (who is also in the piece), choreographed by Barbie Diewald and composed by Trevor Gureckis the project delivers a modern twist on ballet in which musicians transcend their conventional roles. 
To read full preview, click here.

Last night RANY joined a formidable group of dancers, designers, musicians and critics to watch a work in progress at BAM Fisher byThe Nouveau Classical Project entitled Potential Energies.  Conceived and directed by NCP Artistic Director Sugar Vendil (who is also in the piece), choreographed by Barbie Diewald and composed by Trevor Gureckis the project delivers a modern twist on ballet in which musicians transcend their conventional roles. 

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Renaissance Redux- A Night with the Performa Visionaries. 
Last Tuesday, February 25th, the Performa Visionaries (a unique membership group of Performa) delivered a true Renaissance evening with a sensational Rustic Mid-Winter Supper at Coburn Projects. Hosted by Tali Wertheimer, David Clements, Joseph Levinson, and Lia Chavez, the night was a delightful explosion of colors, music, conversations and home cooking to launch the Visionaries’ first event for 2014.
To read full review click here. 

Renaissance Redux- A Night with the Performa Visionaries. 

Last Tuesday, February 25th, the Performa Visionaries (a unique membership group of Performa) delivered a true Renaissance evening with a sensational Rustic Mid-Winter Supper at Coburn Projects. Hosted by Tali Wertheimer, David Clements, Joseph Levinson, and Lia Chavez, the night was a delightful explosion of colors, music, conversations and home cooking to launch the Visionaries’ first event for 2014.

To read full review click here

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Rappaccini Origami Terrarium installation by Peter D. Gerakaris at Bergdorf Goodman, photo credit: Bergdorf Goodman 5/58th http://blog.bergdorfgoodman.com/windows
Art Matters! at Bergdorf Goodman for NYC Fashion Week
Art Matters!, a new, ongoing series of art-inspired windows and events, kicked off NYC Fashion Week at the legendary Fifth Avenue department store.  Bergdorf’s collaborated with Kyle DeWoody, Co-Founder and Creative Director of Grey Area, to inaugurate Ten Artists for Ten Spaces, a platform in which ten emerging contemporary artists create installations in ten locations throughout the store. 
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Rappaccini Origami Terrarium installation by Peter D. Gerakaris at Bergdorf Goodman, photo credit: Bergdorf Goodman 5/58th http://blog.bergdorfgoodman.com/windows

Art Matters! at Bergdorf Goodman for NYC Fashion Week

Art Matters!, a new, ongoing series of art-inspired windows and events, kicked off NYC Fashion Week at the legendary Fifth Avenue department store.  Bergdorf’s collaborated with Kyle DeWoody, Co-Founder and Creative Director of Grey Area, to inaugurate Ten Artists for Ten Spaces, a platform in which ten emerging contemporary artists create installations in ten locations throughout the store. 

To read full review click here.

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Start Sunday Night off right with art by Jomar Statkun at Garis & Hahn!

Opening Reception: Sunday Jan 19th 6-8pm @ Garis & Hahn, 263 Bowery, NY NY

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Painting on Planet Mars
For centuries, society has wondered if there was life on other planets, but what about painters? Perhaps there are both. If you visit Life on Mars (LOM), a.k.a. a new gallery in Bushwick, you will discover that their program orbits solely around painting.
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Painting on Planet Mars

For centuries, society has wondered if there was life on other planets, but what about painters? Perhaps there are both. If you visit Life on Mars (LOM), a.k.a. a new gallery in Bushwick, you will discover that their program orbits solely around painting.

To read full review click here.

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In the Studio with Mark Parsons
Brooklyn-based conceptual artist Mark Parsons discusses his new works (of which some he likens to informational lollipops), the folly of 2D maps, and the power of keystones.  “I find technology seductive in its authoritative gestures at the collection, shaping and carving of information: data has become a pliable, shapeable, non-objective material.”—Mark Parsons
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In the Studio with Mark Parsons

Brooklyn-based conceptual artist Mark Parsons discusses his new works (of which some he likens to informational lollipops), the folly of 2D maps, and the power of keystones.  “I find technology seductive in its authoritative gestures at the collection, shaping and carving of information: data has become a pliable, shapeable, non-objective material.”—Mark Parsons

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A Fierce Bliss Swells in the Church of St Paul the Apostle
A solo show of chic Renaissance and Baroque collages by Joel Carreiro, curated by Michael Berube.
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A Fierce Bliss Swells in the Church of St Paul the Apostle

A solo show of chic Renaissance and Baroque collages by Joel Carreiro, curated by Michael Berube.

To read full review click here.

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Gouache disguised as egg tempera

Gouache disguised as egg tempera