His first blog features his stop in NYC and making it to Joe Kraeutler and Sarah Hasted's gallery hastedkraeutler.com to view photographs by Albert Watson. He then swung through Freight and Volume and headed to Jonathon Levine for Joe Sorren's opening. ~read the blog
First stop on my New York art tour was my good friends Joe Kraeutler and Sarah hasted's gallery (www.hastedkraeutler.com) that has been newly restored to its former glory and beautifully improved upon after the devastation of hurricane Sandy. They were having a reopening of sorts for Albert Watson, a seminal photographer whose credits include over 30 Rolling Stone covers.
Next up, I stopped into Freight and Volume to see Andy Smenos' s show. Really fun, colorful paintings from wood carvings he created as models. Liked it a lot. www.andrewsmenos.com - www.freightandvolume.com
Joe and Martha Sorren
Then it was off to the main event of the night. Joe Sorren at Jonathon Levine Gallery. Joe is one of my oldest and best friends, we haven't missed one of each others shows since 1998. This particular show, titled 'Everything's Alright Sweetie, Please Get Some Sleep' has a beautiful, impressionistic dream like quality. Sorren 's use of light always astounds and confounds, they seem to glow from within. www.joesorren.com, www.jonathonlevinegallery.com
If In This Fire- 20 x 20 - Oil on Panel
Everything's Alright Sweetie, Please Get Some Sleep - 36 x 48 - Oil on Canvas
Speedboats Make Me Nervous - 20 x 20 - Oil on Canvas
Seemed So Very Real - 24 x 24 - Oil on Panel
After party with Renee Intlekofer, Adam Wallacavage, (so sorry I forgot your name) and Chris Ward.
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