Tuesday, May 28, 2013


Stux Gallery is proud to host Not a Rose, a solo exhibition
of photographs by neo-conceptual artist Heide Hatry.

Hatry flawlessly juxtaposes nature by creating and assembling flowers made
from animal intestines, organs, hair follicles, seaweed and other materials.

Stephan Stux Gallery, 530 West 25th street, NYC.
May 23- June 22, 2013

Hatry's photographs seamlessly convince the viewer of a serene environment.
It is on closer inspection, you wonder, "what the heck is that?"
The viewer sees beauty in a grotesque but picturesque juxtaposition.

The New York based German, artist Heide Hatry.

Hatry's work brings aesthetics and ethics into an explosive head-on
collision that is both conceptually corrosive and visually interesting.

Garden maven and Tree Surgeon, Lynn Torgerson.

Heidi Hatry and friend.

Now, what the heck is that?

Artist, Marina Tsesarskaya.

Heidi Hatry and yours truly opening night.

Thursday, May 16, 2013


FRIEZE ART FAIR 2013 concluded on Monday, May 13, 2013
The rains didn't dampen droves of art collectors and enthusiasts.
FRIEZE was as good, if not better than last years event.

The annual art fair is primarily sponsored by Deutsche Bank. 

The ride to FRIEZE begins at 35th street on the East River.
There, the Water Taxi's take you directly to Randall's Island.

Sunday was the perfect day, with many of the iconic landmarks
that dot the Manhattan skyline.

Water Taxis ran smoothly and without any delay.

FRIEZE like other fairs have no theme, they are vast,
with sprawling displays of hundreds of works in every medium.

NEO-POP art, has retaken it's place along side the more 
traditional art forms.

Tom Friedman, Circle Dance 2010 (B11)

Martha Friedman, Amygdalas 2013 Wall space (C8)

Tom Burr, A few golden moments 2011 (B14)

Thomas Ruff, Untitled 2013