Monday, December 28, 2015

Urban Glass

UrbanGlass|ware will be open every day this week for all of your holiday shopping needs.
Come see all of our new inventory, including these pieces by Offcentreonline and in store now.

Monday, December 21, 2015

Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Secretos equivocados / Francis Sánchez

Nos complace presentarles la edición del libro de relatos "Secretos equivocados" (Diario de sueños I. Cuentos) del escritor cubano Francis Sánchez que actualmente reside en la  ciudad de Ciego de Ávila, donde dirige la revista independiente
Árbol Invertido.

Felipe Lázaro / Betania

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Tuesday, October 6, 2015


Los invitamos a leer el nuevo número de la revista de arte y literatura, Conexos.

Una revista de arte y literatura,
sin fronteras generacionales o geográficas

Sunday, October 4, 2015

New York State of Mind No. 44

"Hackensack Dreaming" / A beautiful Art Show…to fall in love with
…and I love, love, love this ’tapestry’.

At Nancy Cohen's "Hackensack Dreaming" Art Show /  Photo by Rodriguez Calero

Friday, September 25, 2015

Linden Line Magazine / Vol. 34 #3 / Otoño de 2015

Este número, correspondiente al Vol. 34 #3, del otoño de 2015, trae sorpresas. En primer lugar la colaboración del pintor y escritor Juan Abreu, residente en Barcelona, con su proyecto 1959, una serie de retratos de los fusilados en Cuba a partir de la llegada al poder de la Revolución. Los retratos de Abreu son extraordinarios y constituyen una denuncia a la barbarie instituida en la Isla por el castrismo. Abreu ha logrado algo difícil: aunar arte y denuncia política a un tiempo...
Belkis Cuza Malé

Monday, September 14, 2015

Gallery Space at Wagner / Elizabeth Yew



Date: 9/17/2015
Time: 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Location: The Puck Building, Rice Conference Room / Newman Reception Area
295 Lafayette Street, New York, NY 10012-9604  map

Join us in celebrating the opening of Fugitive Geometries: Quilts by Elizabeth Yew, the fall 2015 exhibition at the Gallery Space at Wagner. 

Curated by NYU Gallatin’s Ann Chwatsky and NYU Wagner’s Frankie Crescioni-Santoni, Fugitive Geometries features quilts and textile work by New York City artist Elizabeth Yew. Executed with traditional quilting patterns and techniques, the seven pieces comprising the exhibit span nearly 20 years and are powerful, vibrant representations of Yew's craftsmanship and exceptional panache for compositional and color juxtaposition. Homages to Chinese-American culture, childhood memory, and family life emerge as discernible themes of the exhibit.

Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Glass On Newsstands

The Fall 2015 edition of GLASS: The UrbanGlass Art Quarterly(#140) is hitting newsstands and subscriber mailboxes. On the cover is a work by French installation artist Baptiste Debombourg, who created a room with massive windows collapsing inward. Contributing editor Victoria Josslin presents a meditation on Debombourg's grand catastrophe in Aerial (a 2012 site-specific installation at the Brauweiler Abbey near Cologne, Germany), considering the scene as a frozen moment just after the impact of some cataclysmic explosion outside. In another Debombourg work, a fractured bus shelter titled Crystal Palace looks like a Paris landmark after a brutally destructive riot. As we are inundated with images and news of our increasingly tumultuous times, Debombourg's artifacts of unnamed violence tap into our collective unease and provoke not just reflection but, potentially, action. Josslin ponders whether it would be accurate to consider this work conceptual, or if it requires another term to encompass its multilayered yet open-ended impact on viewers.  
The Fall 2015 issue also examines WheatonArt's bold bid to elevate its visibility by drawing top name artist to Millville, New Jersey, for a project entitled "Emanation," a year-long creative collaboration with 11 artists including Judy Pfaff, Donald Lispky, Mark Dion, and Paula Hayes, to name just four. The "Emanation" museum opening coincided with the 2015 Glass Weekend event, and brought together the established glass collector world with a new kind of work in glass that might represent an exciting future direction for this arts organization that offers one of the most important residencies for up-and-coming artists.

Saturday, September 5, 2015

NANCY COHEN / The Visual Arts Gallery



September 8 to October 21, 2015

Artist's Reception: September 15, 5-8p.m.

Artists' Talk at 6 p.m.

Roundtable Discussion: "The Geology/Ecology and Art of the Meadowlands" October 17, 5-6:30p.m. in the auditorium next to the gallery
co-hosted by Departments of Arts and Geoscience


The Visual Arts Gallery
NJCU Visual Arts Building

Gallery Hours M–F, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.Open for Jersey City Artist Studio Tour, Oct. 3, 12-5 p.m.

New Jersey City University
100 Culver Avenue
Jersey City, NJ 07305
(201) 200-2496
Directions from everywhere are here:

Tuesday, September 1, 2015


Los invitamos a leer el nuevo número de la revista
de arte y literatura, Conexos.
Una revista de arte y literatura,
sin fronteras generacionales o geográficas

Sunday, August 23, 2015

Garrison Art Center
23 Garrison’s Landing, P.O. Box 4
Garrison, NY 10524

Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Contract Design Magazine / August

A Winning Mobile in LMNOP Art in Balance Challenge

By John Czarnecki on August 18th, 2015 in Architecture, Awards and Competitions, Current Affairs,Events, Exhibitions, From the Editor in Chief, Inspiration and Innovation, Social Responsibility,Sustainability, Young Designers

The designers Cepp Selgas, Blanca Arregoitia, and Armando Guiller with the winning mobile that they created.
Earlier this summer, I was pleased to serve as a juror for LMNOP’s The ABC (“Art in Balance”) Challenge, a part of its 2015 Annual Benefit, which called on New York designers to create a mobile with found objects.
The winning mobile designed by Cepp Selgas, Blanca Arregoitia, and Armando Guiller.
I was joined on the jury with Susan Lyons, president of Designtex, and Starr Figura, curator in the department of drawings and prints at MoMA. We selected the mobile by the team named “3Q,” which included Blanca Arregoitia, Cepp Selgas, and Armando Guiller. The team’s concept statement: “To create a mobile that depicts balance between human kind and nature and, at the same time, to honor the mastery of Alexander Calder.”
Arregoitia is an architectural designer at M. Moser. Selgas and Guiller are independent arts professionals.

According to LMNOP: “When we challenge the community to be inspired, it becomes a conduit to share our best. Using re-purposed materials as part of the criteria is a positive addition to the creative process and forces us to view the world through a new lens.”
The crowd at the LMNOP event where the mobiles were judged.
LMNOP ( is a professional development and networking organization in New York that focuses on the business aspects encountered in our industry. LMNOP has outreach that welcomes professionals representing all sectors and facets of the A&D industry. interior designers, architects, suppliers, manufacturers, and art dealers at all levels of experience participate and attend LMNOP workshops and events.

Thursday, August 6, 2015

New York State of Mind No. 43 / UPTOWN BOUNCE

UPTOWN BOUNCE / Summer Nights

Photo by Rodriguez Calero

Last night...with Gustavo Valdés at EL MUSEO DEL BARRIO
Rodriguez Calero's Art Show:
Meeting the public...a Gallery Talk with Alejandro Anreus guest curator and Rodriguez Calero...great night, great audience!

Wednesday August 5, 2015