Emily Stoneking aka The Crafty Hedgehog would fit right in at RxArt with her artistic and scientific spin on your usual knit-work. Her pieces are a 3-D version of your old Gray’s Anatomy textbook that is sure to please the eye.
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On first glance Michelle Forsyth’s work seems to resemble a pointillism painting. However, get a bit closer and it quickly warps into a delicate and detailed mixed media piece.
Get those endorphins pumpin’ and sweat it out for a great cause! Join hosts Cynthia Rowley and Bill Powers at the RxArt SoulCycle Charity Ride on Wednesday, May 26th in Tribeca.
Tickets are on sale now- click the image above to reserve your spot at what’s sure to be spring’s hottest philanthropic, calorie-burning event!
A piece by Donald Baechler, one of RxArt’s artists, can be viewed at In Dialogue at the Anonymous Gallery through May 23rd.
RxArt is gearing up for the New York premiere of Banksy’s movie, Exit Through the Gift Shop at the Sunshine Theater (conveniently located around the corner from our office)!
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Music has Shazam. Typefaces have WhatTheFont. Visual art has Plink (and now so does Google). After the search engine giant purchased the handy art-finding app for an undisclosed amount today, we bought the 99 cent version for ourselves!
That said, our enthusiastic recommendation doubles as a warning for lack of productivity—we can’t stop playing!
Hair. (Almost everyone) has it. However, Hong Chun Zhang’s stunning drawings makes us take a closer look at these luscious locks.
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RxArt just discovered this older gem that German duo Gerda Steiner and Jorg Lenzlinger installed at the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art in Kanazawa, Japan back in 2004. However, their website is chock filled with newer projects that will keep your brain juices flowing for hours.
Ryan McGinness, the RxArt artist behind our hugely successful NYU Child Study Center project, has set up shop at La Casa Encendida in Madrid for a project entitled Studio Franchise/ Estudio Franquicia. Guillotine, a French art and street culture site, recently interviewed him about his latest show as well as his entire body of work.
RxArt is pleased to announce our most recent acquisition—Myoung Ho Lee’s Tree #14—to be placed in a patient room at Rockefeller University Hospital. Thanks to the generosity of the Eliza Moore Fund and Yossi Milo Gallery, we were able to purchase this spectacular print that we’ve had our eyes on for months. Needless to say, the hospital staff is beyond excited and we think the patients are going to be just as thrilled!image
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