Max Fish, the beloved Lower East Side bar and host of many a wonderful and unassuming art show, will shut down its current location for good on Aug. 1. This Thursday, the bar, which will be moving to Williamsburg, will close their final exhibition, appropriately titled “End of Days,” curated by Ava Rollins and Yolande Whitcomb. Read More
While waiting for the Thanksgiving turkey to roast yesterday, Gallerist sat at home, a glass of beer in hand, and read about the exhibitions that are opening in Miami next week, in conjunction with the Art Basel Miami Beach fair. As we skimmed the news release for Erwin Wurm’s Bass Museum of Art show, these lines caught our eye:
“Wurm’s smaller-scale ‘Drinking Sculpture’ series ask the audience to engage and they literally do; it is a bar. The viewer can open drawers and interact with the piece.”
Sadly for artist Mark Grotjahn, what happens in Dallas doesn’t stay in Dallas, at least if it makes its way onto The Dallas Mornings News‘s Pop Culture Blog.
Today, columnist Alan Peppard brought us an unsettling scene from last night’s Two by Two for AIDS and Art gala, which was held at the estate of collectors Cindy and Howard Rachofsky. Read More