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Horse Carriage in Central Park © Anna Feld
Oil on Canvas


-- THE HANSOM CARRIAGE --

The Disappearance of
A Great New York City Tradition.

WE WILL MISS IT
All the While DeBlasio is Holding Hands with Real Estate who want to build  condominiums on the stable lands, as well as, approving NYU expansion on the Super Blocks.


Esterio Segura

Goodbye My Love -- Ariel view, by Esterio Segura
Photo by Nadia Witte.

On Display -- Anita’s Way, 132 West 43rd Street
(East of Broadway) --
Presented by Times Square Arts, with the Cuban Artists Fund and chashama. Supported by Rockefeller Brothers Fund


Times Square Arts, the public arts program of the Times Square Alliance, presents leading contemporary art and performances in multiple forms and media to more than 400,000 daily visitors to New York City’s Times Square, making it one of the highest profile public arts programs in the United States.

Since its inception, Times Square Arts has featured works by a diverse group of more than four dozen prominent and emerging artists.

Working in partnership with cultural institutions and festivals, the program is further supported by Rockefeller Brothers Fund and the Department of Cultural Affairs of NYC. Follow us on Twitter @TSqArts.

South Street Seaport Museum - Free Admission

Enjoy various exhibts and activities free of charge. Located in an 11-block area along the East River at 12 Fulton St, NYC 10038. Every 3rd Friday of the month beginning at 6pm, you can explore this fascinating collection of galleries, historic ships, 19th century buildings, intriguing seafaring memorablilia. Phone 212 748 8786.

New York Botanical Garden - Free Admission

On Saturdays you can take a free stroll around the exquisite 250 acre grounds of this world class landscape featuring an infiinite display of curated gardens as well as a huge stretch of native forest. All day on Wednesday and from 10am to 12 noon. Phone 718 817 8700.

The Antiques Garage and Green Flea Market - Free Admission

Located at 12 West 25th Street beween 6th and 7th Aves, NYC 10001. Year-round Sat and Sun from 9-5pm. Put on your walking shoes and get ready to shop more than 100 vendors that fill the bi-level garage of antiques. No crafts or food fillers, these crafts are surely vintage. You never know what you are going to find.

Brooklyn Academy of Music

Free concerts and movies. Located at 30 Lafayette Ave, Brooklyn NY 11217. Enjoy free performances by jazz, world beat and experimental artists Fridays and Saturday evenings at the BAMcafe or watch movie classics on the big screen while enjoying complimentary popcorn and soda as part of BAMs monthly senior series. Phone 718 636 4100.


Richard McLean

It is with great sadness that we inform you of the passing of Richard McLean on January 3rd. Dick was a dear friend and long-time affiliated OK Harris artist. His work and his life enriched ours in more ways than we can count. He will be greatly missed.

http://okharris.com/artists/mclean.htm 

OK Harris Works of Art
383 West Broadway
New York, NY  10012
Phone:  212.431.3600



Horse Carriage at the Plaza © Anna Feld
Oil on Canvas


-- THE HANSOM CARRIAGE --

The Disappearance of
A Great New York City Tradition.

WE WILL MISS IT
All the While DeBlasio is Holding Hands with Real Estate who want to build  condominiums on the stable lands, as well as, approving NYU expansion on the Super Blocks.


Ivan Karp
Painting Used by Permission of
Tom Hébert, Artist

Portrait of Ivan Karp Tom Hébert

Ivan C. Karp 1926-2012
An Appreciation
Written by Curt Barnes


About OK Harris

OK Harris was founded by Ivan C. Karp in 1969 in the SoHo district of Manhattan. After having been co-director of Leo Castelli Gallery from 1959-1969 during which time he was instrumental in launching the careers of pop artists such as Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Rauschenberg, Claes Oldenberg, Tom Wesselmann and John Chamberlain, Ivan broke away and decided to launch his own gallery. Its establishment in SoHo as the first gallery on West Broadway helped inspire the development of the area’s fine arts character.

OK Harris exhibits contemporary art and photography, and on occasion mounts shows of antiques and collectibles. In its capacious facility, it is able to mount six, one-person shows simultaneously and has seven such exhibitions in the course of a year.

Rebel Painters of the 50s
by Caroline Kinder Carr

Galleries  Downsize, Serpentine Soars
by Virginia M. da Costa, PhD

The American Folk Art Museum - Free Admission - Located at 2 Lincoln Square, Columbus Avenue at 66th Street.. Enjoy an early evening 18th and 19th century paintings, quilts, sculptures, and the work of contemporary self-taught artists, free of charge on Fridays between 5:30 and 7:30pm. Phone 212 595 9533.

Tenement Museum - Free Events
This celebrated museum holds events at 108 Orchard Street, New York NY 10002. Spend a free evening listening to a wide range of fascinating lectures, readings, panel discussions and programming that focus on the struggles triumphs and tragedies in the lives of the 7,000 immigrants from over 20 nations who called a 5-story tenement building home between 1863 and 1935. Phone: 431 0233.


Outsider
Bob Cornwell talks to Newton Thornburg

Jackson Pollock

 

Adolph Gottlieb

 

Joan Mitchell

 

Willem de Kooning

 

Robert Motherwell

Art Curriculum for the End of a Millennium

by Don Gray

Prepare yourself to be a successful artist.

Don Gray

© Don Gray Self-Portrait with Cezanne and Van Gogh


Byoung Ok Min
Byoung Ok Min

Review by Donald Goddard

Margaret Evangeline
© Margaret Evangeline

by Curt Barnes


Katharina Wulff Wanwizzi
Katharina Wulff: Wanwizzi

Review by Donald Goddard
Naples
Aniello Barone, Photographer
Detta Innominata Naples Unplugged Italy at Regione Campania Gallery

Robert Ryman Art
Robert Ryman
at the Phillips Collection
Review by Donald Goddard
The Irascibles
An Inside Look at the Abstract Expressionists - Review by Bonnie Rosenberg

Kazimir Malevich: Beyond Figuration, Beyond Abstraction
Malevich Seven

Review by Don Goddard

Jane's Carousel is a magical sight on the East River, appealing to children and adults in a dreamlike event in Brooklyn Bridge Park. Artist Jane Walentas led a careful restoration including 1200 colorful lights.The carousel has retained its classical design with 48 exquisite horses with 2 chariots.

718-222-2503 -- Brooklyn Bridge Park.



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