Making Cleaning Up Fun – The Hudson River Pageant

Last night I went to a benefit party in New York for a wonderful organization that uses art and performance to make cleaning up the local environment fun. Earth Celebrations was founded by Felicia Young as an organization that uses art and performance to raise local awareness in New York City about the environment of …

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Trees In Concrete – David Brooks at MOMA PS1

MOMA PS1 describes itself as a public exhibition space that “devotes its energy and resources to displaying the most experimental art in the world.” It’s current exhibit – Greater New York 2010 – runs until October and exhibits the work of emerging artists including an intriguing installation by David Brooks.  The artist has assembled some …

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A Long White Line

The beauty of conceptual art is that it sheds the fixation with the ‘art object’ and embarks on art as the exploration of an idea. Many conceptual artists have taken this further to create meaningful social interventions through their art. Eve Mosher is one such artist. Last year, she embarked on HighWaterLine – a conceptual …

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