A Bit of Relief: I Forgive You, New York | The Daily
For anyone yearning for New York City: a columnist for The Times reflects on living in a ghostly version of New York, the city with a “hum that never ceases — until it did.” He yearns for the subway soliloquies, wandering tourists, overcrowded sidewalks and stenches.
Academy Board member + Academy artists in Galerie Magazine
Academy Board member Ippolita Rostagno was profiled in Galerie Magazine Galerie Magazine and discussed her relationship with the Academy, showing off her collection of Academy artists. In her studio, she has artworks on view from Academy artists including Zoe Papini MFA 2019, Jake Hayes MFA 2014, Theresa Kasun MFA 1992, Esteban Ocampo MFA 2015, and Gary Murphy MFA 2012, which you can see below.
“I’m on the board of the New York Academy of Art and am a big believer that art matters. So I have artwork from students there throughout my house, and I never stop acquiring more. There are paintings that are waiting to be hung somewhere, including a portrait of my nephew that my niece did. Being surrounded by these works brings so much to my creativity.”
Tourism Flanders filmed a guided tour of the exhibition for the series “The Stay At Home Museum”. Till-Holger Borchert, Director Museums Bruges and one of the curators of “Van Eyck. An Optical Revolution”, takes you through the galleries.
While galleries have temporarily closed worldwide due to COVID-19, we can still get inspired by the work of contemporary artists. As part of Artsy’s Art Keeps Going campaign, we’re exploring shows that have been impacted by art spaces going dark. Each week, we’re featuring five exhibitions that you can access via Artsy, with insights from the artists and our editors. This week, we’re sharing a selection of work by leading figurative painters at galleries from London to San Francisco.
Jazz at Lincoln Center Student Ticket Program: Students enrolled in this program are the first to know about student ticket offers for the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis, Dizzy’s Club, mainstage shows, and more! Students can enroll three easy steps:
Art Wars is looking for artists who want to share their creative process in a live setting. Art Wars is a round robin type of contest where artists are given a them and two hours to create based on that theme. All artists are welcome to participate at one of the two throw downs.