ICONS XXI series: Police Brutality was selected as one of 240 artworks to participate in the final round of the Art Olympia Competition 2015 in Tokyo. The panel of 14 judges from New York, Paris and Tokyo reviewed 4,173 artworks from 2,838 artists from around the world. In addition, the work has also received Hiroshi Minamishima Jury Award.
Mad for Plaid: Postcards
March 3 - 28
The National Arts Club celebrates New York City’s “Mad for Plaid” month with a very special exhibition, Plaid Postcards. The Marquis Gallery will be filled with over one hundred postcards from artists around the Club and around the world celebrating the theme. Plaid Postcards will give you the special chance to purchase an original work of art to add to your collection. Surprises from masters to emerging artists await your eyes. Each postcard will be sold to benefit “The National Arts Club - Will Barnet Student Show.”
PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT: “Right Place. Right Time
THURS 10/2 // 6:30 – 7:30 // Lightspace Studios
The ongoing photographic essay “Right Place. Right Time,” celebrates daily spontaneity of the Human experience in the genre of street photography. Based entirely on chance, the images capture unique moments at a very specific place and time, reinforced by the utilization of maps and infographics. Thus serving both as a historical archive, and the indicator of the ever-present, and to some extent “imposed” role of technological forms of communication and aesthetics in contemporary life and culture.Timur is a Bushwick-based artist, whose work explores the themes of: Place, Time and History.
*** This event is part of the opening night Red Carpet reception. Purchase of Festival tickets required.
A young, gifted wheelchair-bound violinist rolls onto the stage in preparation for his performance. With his instrument in hands, he contemplatively fixes his eyes on the audiences of Carnegie Hall, reflecting in his gaze profound distance between their world and his...
Two musicians finding comfort in each other's embrace following their performance for the crowds in Central Park. Though things may not be as bright at the moment, their mutual affection and support for one another shine in the tunnel...
Enjoy your Valentine's Day with that special someone in your life!
Following the second arrival of snowfall during the 2013 Winter Season in NYC, a random piece of salt melts the snow around itself, revealing the ground beneath it in the shape of a religious symbol...
– Captured in Bushwick, Brooklyn. 2.3.13
Timur is a New York based artist who explores the concept of Contemporary Times. This Blog highlights exhibitions as well as other visual commentaries.