Exhibition Review: Jaimie Warren at The Hole

These productions are elaborate and boast a huge cast.  There are, for example, over 90 people credited in the Michael Jackson work.  The show is marked by Warren’s classic wacky, absurdist humor that refuses to enter into mainstream gallery culture.  Instead, Warren casts kids from classrooms and local community members in her video tableaus.

Feature: Sen M. Floyd

Sen M. Floyd is a young artist, born in 1995. He has exhibited his art work in the Studio Museum of Harlem and The Jewish Museum at the age of fifteen. Currently, he is working on a series of musician's portraits. 

Exhibition Review: Condo New York

Condo, an inter-gallery collaborative event, just commenced its very successful debut in New York City. What began as an experiment in London has now established itself as an innovation in---and even perhaps the future of---small to mid-side international gallery exhibitions. While galleries of this size have been struggling for decades due to the expense of participating in global art fairs, Condo has now developed an alternative, more affordable, and intimate means of showing and sharing artworks internationally. In the past month, galleries from Dublin, Shanghai, Germany, Guatemala, Mexico (and more) showed artworks from their collections in New York City Galleries, and the event was extraordinarily successful. Condo is now the art-space sharing equivalent of Airbnb and Uber.