All in Art Out
James Bidgood and Marietta Pathy Allen, two notable and separate species of artists, cohabit an entire level of MoSex curated by Lissa Rivera. MoSex patrons begin their journey rejuvenated by Bidgood’s Reveries and end transfixed in Marietta Pathy Allen’s Rites of Passage: 1978-2006.
It was a hectic week for the New York art world. Regardless of the Tribeca Film Festival and the grand opening of the Shed at Hudson Yards, there was nowhere else in the city that was as exciting as the Photography Show at Pier 94—the place to be.
On the evening of March 5th, at the Koenig & Clinton Gallery, American Artist and Terence Trouillot convened in an open conversation with a listening audience, discussing American Artist’s most recent exhibition “I’m Blue (If I Was █████ I Would Die)” to kick off the second day of NADA programs.
As a timeline for the progression of photography, the myriad work on view in the collection Aperture Photographs is a display on the talent of visual storytelling that provides a platform, as well as gallery representation, for artists and photographers alike.