Two Galleries Chart the Development of Painting as Art

As figuration finds its relevancy again in painted art, two galleriesthat have been stalwarts in exhibiting the medium since 1998are demonstrating that its re-found popularity is, in part, due to younger generations’ iterations of the style. The exhibit, “Painting: Now and Forever, Part III,” is “museum-scale,” according to The New York Times’ Roberta Smith, but “this show is organized with a minimum of what could …

Replicating the American Dollar’s Scent

Partnering with chemist and perfumer Marc vom Ende from fragrance and flavor manufacturer Symrise, artist Mike Bouchet will fill all 45,000 square feet of Chelsea’s Marlborough Gallery with the reconstructed scent of American money. The exhibition, known as “Tender,” opens today 19 January 2017. Within, guests will find nothing but the olfactory, invisible “structure.” The scent’s formula took over a year to develop and carries …

Chamber’s Collection #2 “Progressland” Exhibition

A second installment of uncommon design works curated by artist Andrew Zuckerman

A transportive exhibition of uncommon design items and beyond, “Progressland” at Chelsea’s Chamber Gallery sees a return of guest curator Andrew Zuckerman for a second installment of his hand-selected “collection.” The multi-disciplinary creator has tapped dozens of artists and designers to showcase here, including special commissions from the likes of Bec Brittain, Nao Tamura and more. “Progressland” represents Zuckerman’s year-long study of the natural world. …