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An Art Weekend on the Lower East Side, NADA, Cutlog, Gallery Walk, New Museum Shows

As we noted yesterday, it's a big weekend for art on the Lower East Side. NADA's New York Art Fair opens tomorrow at Pier 36.  Another fair, Cutlog, opens to the public today at the Clemente Soto Velez Cultural...

Spring Art Fairs Converge on the L.E.S. This Weekend

The spring art fairs hit New York this week, as Frieze comes to Randall's Island for a second year, and several satellite fairs pop up around town.  Cutlog, a new multi-media fair from Paris, has taken over the Clemente...

More Proof LES Gallery Scene is Thriving

Editor's note: This story was first published in the May 2013 edition of The Lo-Down's print magazine. When Risa Needleman and Benjamin Tischer opened Invisible Exports, their sliver of a gallery at 14 Orchard St. in 2008, they joined a...

Cutlog Reveals Participating Galleries, Partners For LES Art Fair

The art world descends on New York in early May for Frieze New York on Randall's Island and several satellite art fairs, including two on the Lower East Side. One of those fairs, Cutlog, announced its exhibiting galleries and...

Cutlog Prepares For Lower East Side Debut in May

Earlier this week, the organizers of Cutlog, the French art fair coming to the Lower East Side this spring, invited guests to the Clemente Soto Velez Cultural Center for a preview.  The event, showcasing emeging art from around the...
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A cold day on Pike Street, with the Manhattan Bridge in the distance. In the news this past week: --JDS Development...
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