Posted: Wednesday August 15, 2018
AUGUST 14, 2018 BY | JESSICA MACKIN-CIPRO “Michael Dweck: Iconic Images” is currently on display at Roman Fine Art in East Hampton. The show is a carefully curated selection of the photographer’s best-known works. Dweck, who lives and works in Montauk and New York City, is recognized for his seductive photographic
Posted: Sunday January 12, 2014
It seems art has gone Hollywood these days, with record-breaking prices and long gallery lines. But a series of shows in 2014 is set to shake us out of our consumerist complacency. We witness the insane prices that billionaires pay for art, and imagine it decorating their yachts. We stand in line to see exhibitions of the usual suspectsÃfÂ¢e"Impressionists, girls with pearl earrings, high-end fashion designersÃfÂ¢e"and feel as though weÃfÂ¢e(TM)re in line for a Hollywood blockbuster. These days, itÃfÂ¢e(TM)s easy to imagine that art has joined the world of the superficial and consumable. All the old claims that art is good for the soul, and for society, can seem either overblown or out of date. So itÃfÂ¢e(TM)s a pleasant surprise to find that, in the huge roster of shows coming to art museums in 2014, a good number number seem likely to wake us up to the state of our world today and to the problems weÃfÂ¢e(TM)re facing. Here are 20 exhibitions that look set to shake us out of our consumerist complacency. To read the full article by Blake Gopnik on the DailyBeast.com click here.