The Sketchbook Project

The Sketchbook Project is a crowd-sourced art project which sees artists turn a small 32-page grey sketchbook into a living, breathing piece of art. Each sketchbook is then catalogued and becomes part of a traveling exhibition of the handmade books, before eventually ending up in the permanent collection at Brooklyn Art Library in Williamsburg. Allowing … Continue reading

Single Fare – MetroCard Art

Single Fare is New York’s third annual display of underground art, with an exhibition of over one thousand works that have used the city’s famous MTA MetroCard as a canvas. Combining all the great elements of New York’s art scene – from the galleries in Chelsea and the up-and-coming Bushwick – founders Michael Kagan and Jean-Pierre … Continue reading

Tracey Emin – New York Times Square

British artist Tracey Emin is currently illuminating New York’s Times Square every evening as part of the Midnight Moment series. As a Valentine’s Day treat for New Yorkers, Emin’s famous neon signs with romantically-charged messages will appear over more than 40 advertising screens every night this month at 11.57pm. At midnight, however, they will then … Continue reading

Tracey Emin – New York Times Square

British artist Tracey Emin is currently illuminating New York’s Times Square every evening as part of the Midnight Moment series. As a Valentine’s Day treat for New Yorkers, Emin’s famous neon signs with romantically-charged messages will appear over more than 40 advertising screens every night this month at 11.57pm. At midnight, however, they will then … Continue reading

Gregory Euclide – Central Park Trash Landscape

American artist Gregory Euclide has developed a microcosmic landscape entitled ‘Held Within What Hung Open and Made To Lie Without Escape’ made from trash. The items, all taken from Central Park helped sculpt a world depicting what the artist sees as the ‘same kind of fake control over nature that allows us to be comfortable … Continue reading