Tag Archives: picasso

PICASSO: MOSQUETEROS

post and original illustration by chris duffy The Gagosian Gallery ( 522 W. 21st  St.) looms large on the otherwise abandoned-looking strip of the street it occupies. It is one of the larger galleries in Chelsea and its roof has giant slits of glass that shower the interior in a glaze of pale daylight. The [...]

DUSTIN YELLIN @ THE ROBERT MILLER GALLERY

by julia schoen People throw the word “creative” around a little bit too liberally these days. Anyone can be creative, because technically everyone can create. A lot of what we come across that is supposed to be creative or inventive is really just a phoned in regurgitation of an existing artistic technique. Sometimes though, these [...]

VENETIAN BLINDS ARE PRETTY

by cheryl santa maria It has recently come to my attention that QC readers are visual arts enthusiasts. I’ve been pretty adamant about the fact that I don’t get art, but my job is to make you guys happy. So if you want art, you get art. Artist: Sunset Rubdown Song: A Day in the [...]