July 2015

"The Best Art In The World"

An Exclusive Peek Inside the Mysterious 190 Bowery Building by Noah Becker - New York

Vito Schnabel has curated an exhibition entitled First Show/Last Show in the mysterious 190 Bowery building. Whitehot Magazine takes you inside for a look.   read more...

Photos: Frieze New York 2015 by Michael Anderson - New York

Whitehot Magazine photographed some of the interesting personalities at Frieze New York Art Fair, 2015.   read more...

Time/Travelling: Spectrum Studies and Jüdisches Krankenhaus Berlin at Wil Aballe Art Projects - Vancouver

Perhaps the most basic distinction people might make between photography and other visual art media is that photographs are a snapshot of reality.   read more...

Tabitha Soren: Fantasy Life by Shana Nys Dambrot - Los Angeles

Tabitha Soren: Fantasy Life - April 25 - June 6, 2015 - Kopeikin Gallery, Los Angeles   read more...

John Cheim Interview - New York

Although primarily recognized these days as one half of Cheim & Read Gallery, John Cheim has had a long and distinguished career as a book designer. For over thirty years he has produced more than fifty books for artists like Andy Warhol, Robert Mapplethorpe, Bruce Weber, Louise Bourgeois, Jack Pierson, Ed Ruscha and Jean-Michel Basquiat.   read more...

Spring Masters New York by Paul Laster - New York

Spring Masters New York, the international art and design fair, is showcasing artworks from antiquity through the 21st century at Park Avenue Armory   read more...

Ridley Howard: Nude At Home by Shana Beth Mason - New York

Howard has also accomplished an even rarer thing with Nude At Home: while each of these exquisite little canvases are desirable in their technical precision and collectible size, owning one (only one) seems less than satisfying. The whole parade of works has a rhythm and sensuality, a sensation that would be unfortunate to break apart.   read more...

Anonymous Beings: An Interview with Emil Alzamora by Katherine Mangiardi - New York

Alzamora has created sculptures of the human form through a process of reduction and omission. Forms are distorted, shrouded and blurred; lacking facial features and sex, yet remain universally representative. Alzamora's anonymous beings are at once intimate and nonspecific; emotionally charged objects of the present.   read more...

Role Reversal: Eduardo Navarro at the New Museum - New York

Performance artist Eduardo Navarro in conversation with Dorothy Howard   read more...

Opening Day of the Venice Biennale by Paul Laster - New York

Museum directors and curators, critic and collectors gather in Venice for the opening of the 56th edition of the Venice Biennale.   read more...