Category: Reviews


This fall, READart’s Heather Zises was invited to be the first Guest Curator on artist social media platform Verni. Guest Curators select three artists and explain their impact in today’s society. Heather’s curatorial theme for Verni’s new feature is “Subversionary Misses”. This theme has an intentional double meaning. “Subversionary Misses” refers to female artists who are making art (in any media) […]


  HOT OFF THE PRESS!! Fjords Women’s Edition 2015 is now live!! For the next month, Fjords celebrates women by making this special edition available to everyone for free. Thank you to guest editors Joanna Demkiewicz and Kaylen Ralph of The Riveter for choosing AMAZING literary pieces, and congratulations to all of the female artists […]

AKArt + FolioCue to Celebrate the Launch of The Excellent People [The EP] Magazine

DATE: Wednesday, February 25, 2015, 6-9pm LOCATION: Beverly’s, 21 Essex Street NYC AKArt and FolioCue are pleased to host the launch event for The Excellent People (The EP)magazine—whose inaugural issue is themed The Artist—during a pre-Armory week reception at Beverly’s, NYC, on Wednesday, February 25, 2015, 6-9pm. The EP offers multipage image-driven features on young, talented artists in Paris, LA, NY, and London. This limited-edition premiere issue features Allie Pohl, […]

Unconventional Convention: The Outsider Art Fair

INFO January 29-February 1st, 2015 Thursday 3-6 PM Early Access 6-9 PM Vernissage Friday 11 AM – 8PM Saturday 11 AM – 8PM Sunday 11 AM – 6PM The Outsider Art Fair opened Thursday evening in New York at Center 548. Already in its 23rd year, the event offers a diverse range of works and programming. In addition to a wide swath […]

FJORDS WOMEN’S EDITION: The Riveter + READart to Guest Edit 2015 Inaugural Issue

Joanna Demkiewicz, Kaylen Ralph and Heather Zises to Guest Edit Women’s Edition of Fjords October 2, 2014- Fjords Review announces guest editors Joanna Demkiewicz, Kaylen Ralph and curator Heather Zises to edit the upcoming Women’s Edition of Fjords to premiere on Fjords new app editions in Fall 2015. Demkiewicz and Ralph, founding editors of The Riveter, will select poetry, short […]

Art Matters! at Bergdorf Goodman for NYC Fashion Week

  On February 4th, art bloomed in the windows of Bergdorf Goodman like early spring flowers.  Art Matters!, a new, ongoing series of art-inspired windows and events, kicked off NYC Fashion Week at the legendary Fifth Avenue department store.  Bergdorf’s collaborated with Kyle DeWoody, Co-Founder and Creative Director of Grey Area, to inaugurate Ten Artists for Ten Spaces, […]

2013 Dieu Donné Annual Benefit Exhibition and Auction

2013 Dieu Donné Annual Benefit Exhibition:  Honoring Jane Hammond, Mary Sabbatino, Kate Shepherd, and Ursula von Rydingsvard September 12 – October 4, 2013 On Monday, October 7th, 2013 Dieu Donné will hold their Annual Benefit and Auction at James Cohan Gallery. This year, the boutique papermill will honor four remarkable female artists, Jane Hammond, Mary Sabbatino, Kate Shepard and Ursula von […]

Station to Station: New York Launch!

“For a brief moment, the most interesting place in the country will be a moving target.” Doug Aitken’s public art project, Station to Station is a Nomadic Happening that launched in New York last Friday.  Over the course of the next three weeks, a train will continue traveling across the US (New York to San […]

Brooklyn is the New Black: Artists & Fleas

“Artists & Fleas is a community for those who love to sell and a destination for those who love to shop.”          –Artists & Fleas founders Amy Abrams and Ronen Gilmer For a decade now, Artists & Fleas has been showcasing a finely curated selection of works by emerging artists, designers, vintage collectors […]

Rockefeller Shank: Ugo Rondinone

Right about now, the funk is so…other?  It would seem art and culture are undergoing a retro wave, from disco infused beats in Daft Punk’s new album Random Access Memories, to the bold neons that are punctuating clothing and nail art, to the Stonehenge-like structures by Ugo Rondinone that have landed in Rockefeller Plaza this summer.  Courtesy of Public […]