Friday, November 26, 2010

Culturefix (our favorite neighborhood bar) in the NY Times

We were thrilled to see the unofficial bar of Sloan Fine Art featured in the NY Times today! Congrats Ari & Cole!
Check it out:
http://www.nytimes.com/2010/11/26/dining/26tipsy.html?_r=1&scp=1&sq=culturefix&st=cse and if you haven't visited Culturefix yet, next time you're in the neighborhood looking for a yummy bite to eat we recommend an order of Pork Cheeks and Brussels Sprout Salad, Goat Cheese Poundcake or Grilled Cheese of Greatness (with whatever wine they suggest for pairing).

Monday, November 22, 2010

Donald Kuspit reviews Mia Brownell's show for artnet

We are so proud and pleased to share the wonderful article "The New Naturalism," written by Donald Kuspit for artnet, about Mia Brownell's "Stomach Acid Dreams" at Sloan Fine Art.

Click on the link below to read it online:

If you missed the show, we still have a few pieces at the gallery. Feel free to pop by and ask to see them or view the entire show online at: http://www.sloanfineart.com/10Brownell/index.html

Sunday, November 14, 2010

Recommended Maps of Lower East Side Galleries

Charles Kessler at Left Bank Art Blog has taken the time to create recommended walking tours of the Lower East Side Galleries. It's broken down into four main areas but you can combine the maps to create your own tour. We highly recommend this wonderful resource. And thanks Charles for helping make it easier for people to enjoy the Lower East Side!



Tuesday, November 9, 2010

"Lost Horizon" at Artjail

Checked out the "Lost Horizon" show, curated by David Gibson, at Artjail,
50 Eldridge Street, 6th Floor, New York NY 10002, (646) 666-8550.
Wonderful show with lots of terrific artists including our very own Kristen Schiele. It's up through this week. Hours are
Monday to Friday from 10 am to 6 pm. Don't be shy. Check it out!

Friday, November 5, 2010

Holiday Gift Idea


Looking over our holiday lists around here and I think it's worth mentioning...

Kai-lan Chau's paper prints are just $50 unframed and $75 framed. There are 21 to chose from and 100% of the proceeds from the "Raining Cats & Bears" print (seen here) will be donated to City Critters (CityCritters.org) and Families with Chinese Children (FWCC.org). A limited edition collectable print will last so much longer than the latest toy! So dig deep for the little ones (and the young at heart) on your list!

And for the grown ups, don't miss Julia Marchand's show. Lots of beautiful work at gift-giving prices.


Thursday, November 4, 2010

Costume Contest


Thanks to everyone who came out for the Halloween Costume Contest. It was adorable!
And anyone who got good pics please send them. I was too busy being witchy. I didn't get any!