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An Art Diary and Photoblog by Vincent Romaniello
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  • 06/24/16--07:17: Article 0
  • Christian Maychack

    Left to right: Christian Maychack, Liv Mette Larsen, Gary Stephan

    Liv Mette Larsen

    Eric Brown

    Alison Hall

    Don Voisine

    Above and below: Jason Karolak

    Construction Site
    June 17 - August 13, 2016

    The exhibition includes paintings, sculpture, photography and textile pieces by Cathryn Arcomano, Mel Bernstine, Samantha Bittman, Eric Brown, Kellyann Burns, Paul Corio, Alison Hall, Jason Karolak, Liv Mette Larsen, Noah Loesberg, Christian Maychack, Erin O’Keefe, Gary Stephan, Altoon Sultan, Don Voisine, Laura Watt and Will Yackulic.

    McKenzie Fine Art
    55 Orchard Street
    New York, New York 10002

    photographs by Vincent Romaniello
    more images at

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  • 07/03/16--13:21: Article 0

  • Jonathan Quinn
    Water paintings: a presumed here and now

    Reception July 7,  6 - 9pm

    Towny Gallery
    266 Forest Avenue
    Laguna Beach, CA 92651

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  • 07/07/16--05:13: Article 0

  • The Female Gaze, Part Two
    Women Look at Men

    Through September 2

    Cheim & Read 
    547 West 25th Street
    New York, NY 10001

    photographs by Vincent Romaniello

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  • 07/09/16--08:18: Article 0

  • Stuart Cumberland
    Handmade Colour Pictures

    Preview: Saturday, July 9, 6-9pm
    Through August 7

    The approach
    1st Floor, 47 Approach Road
    Bethnal Green, London E2 9LY

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  • 07/20/16--15:58: Article 0

  • It's been a long time since I posted work of my own. I've been very productive so visit my website to see what I've been up to. 

    Two exhibitions are in the work for the near-term. See the sidebar to the right for details on the "Climate Change Awards" on 42nd Street in Manhattan and the inaugural exhibition at Spaceworks  at 540 President Street in Brooklyn.

    Above "DIY" from "The History of Art" 64x54 inches, transfers, collage and house paint by Vincent Romaniello

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  • 08/18/16--13:40: Article 1

  • Destination: Latin America 

    July 24, 2016 – January 22, 2017
    Reception: September 10, 6:30-8:00

    This exhibition includes the work of Manuel Álvarez Bravo, Raúl Anguiano, Julio Antonio, Henry Bermudez, CADA, Leda Catunda, Carlos Cruz-Diez, José Luis Cuevas, Arturo Duclos, Lucio Fontana, Carlos Garaicoa, Florencio Gelabert, Alfred Jensen, Nicolás de Jesús, Wifredo Lam, Eduardo Mac Entyre, Teresa Margolles, María Martínez-Cañas, Roberto Matta, Almir Mavignier, José Clemente Orozco, Marta María Perez Bravo, Betsabeé Romero, Jesús Rafael Soto, Gerardo Suter, Rufino Tamayo, Luis Tomasello, and Eugenia Vargas.

    Neuberger Museum of Art
    Purchase College
    State University of New York
    735 Anderson Hill Road
    Purchase, NY 10577-1400

    Above image: Nicolás De Jesús (Mexico, b.1960); En el Tren (In the Subway), 1990; Etching and aquatint on amate paper; 15 x 10 3/4 inches; Collection Friends of the Neuberger Museum of Art; Purchase College, State University of New York; Museum purchase with funds provided by the Friends of the Neuberger Museum of Art; EL.01.2014.02

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  • 08/24/16--06:45: Article 0

  • Wind Challenge 1

    Opening Reception
    Friday, September 2, 6-8pm

    "Challenge 1" features the work of Amber Johnston, Michelle Marcuse, and Brian Richmond and will be on view through November 12.

    Fleisher Art Memorial
    719 Catharine Street
    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19147

    Above, work by Michelle Marcuse

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  • 08/30/16--16:50: Article 1

    Brett Walker & Antonio Puri

    Cocktails & Opening Reception
    Friday, September 9th, 5-9pm

    Church Street Gallery
    12 South Church Street
    West Chester, PA 19382

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  • 08/30/16--16:59: Article 0

  • Tim McFarlane

    Reception: Tuesday, September 6, 5-7pm
    On view from September 6-24

    University of the Arts
    Gallery 817, 8th floor, Anderson Hall
    333 South Broad Street
    Philadelphia, PA

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  • 10/04/16--06:35: Article 3

  • George Negroponte
    Gravel Road

    Opening Reception: Wednesday, October 19, 6-8pm
    Through November 30

    Anita Rogers Gallery
    77 Mercer Street #2N
    New York, New York 10012

    Above: Gravel Road, 2016, Enamel and latex on cardboard, 18.5x7 inches

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  • 10/04/16--06:45: Article 2

  • MagicCarpet ManCave performing in front of Jon Manteau's"Kirby" painting. Musicians left to right: Jon Manteau, Daniel Bacon, Jeff Nicolai and Jason Lawn.
    left to right: Raphael Fenton-SpaidMichelle MarcuseHeather Raquel Phillips (banners),  David Foss, Rob Solomon, Don Kaiser, Michelle Marcuse. and Jon Manteau

    Jon Manteau, Vincent Romaniello, David Foss
    Henry Bermudez, Nic Coviello, David Foss

    Above and below, Heather Raquel Phillips 

    Visitors viewing Nic Coviello's work

    Rob Solomon's "Range" canvas, pigment, plaster, paper, 48x30 inches (diptych) 2016

    Michelle Marcuse, Heather Raquel Phillips (banner), David Foss, Rob Solomon and Heather Raquel Phillips
    Raphael Fenton-Spaid


    Reception: 6-9pm, Friday, October 7
    Through October 30, 2016
    Hours: Friday, Saturday, Sundays 11am-6pm

    Conceptual Punk-a-Rock-a-Billy-Blues ensemble MagicCarpet ManCave will be performing both original compositions and covers during the opening

    The Sage Reunion Tour will brings together 10 of the original members, each showing how their work has evolved since their Philadelphia project space closed in 2009. A variety of media are included: painting, sculpture, photography, performance, banners and video

    ALL NEW WORK by David Foss, Don Kaiser, Heather Rachel Phillips, Henry Bermudez, Jon Manteau, Michelle Marcuse, Nic Coviello, Raphael Fenton-Spaid, Robert Solomon and Vincent Romaniello

    BLAM Projects Brooklyn
    56 Bogart Street
    Brooklyn, NY 11206
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  • 10/11/16--09:34: Article 1

  • Henry Bermudez

    "Influenced by Latin American and African mythology and folk art, in this exhibit Henry Bermudez creates wall-sized cut paper collages combined with giant cut-out photos featuring Kelicia Pitts, a fine art model and local curator. The installation also represents the latest art collaboration of Ms. Pitts’ ongoing The Kandy Project, in which she acts as the primary model/subject for a visual artist’s body of work."

    The University Ricardo Palma’s Visual Art Gallery
    Lima, Peru

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  • 10/19/16--06:41: Article 0
  • I'm very glad to be included in this exhibition. Please come by and see the work!

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  • 11/03/16--15:04: Article 1


    October 27th to November 6

    Curated by Sebastien Pesot
    Participating artists: Michael David, Martha Wilson, Paul D'Agostino, Mina Pam Dick, Andrew Hussey, Todd Bienvenu, Claudia Eve Beauchesne, Richard Garet, Aaron Cometbus, Sébastien Pesot, Mandy Lyn Ford, Philippe Nassif, Rafael Fuchs, Sylvain Bouthillette, Marc-Antoine K. Phaneuf, Jacinthe Loranger, Annie Baillargeon, Jacob Wren, Anouk Pennel, David Clerson, Mathieu Valade, Julie Andrée T. and Ted Riederer

    The Invisible Dog Art Center
    51 Bergen Street
    Brooklyn, NY, 11201

    Top, "Malcolm McLaren_1995” by Rafael Fuchs
    Archival inkjet print 20x24”
    Edition : 3/15
    Above, "David Johansen (Buster Poindexter)" 1998 by Rafael Fuchs
    Archival inkjet print 20x24”
    Edition : 3/15

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  • 11/19/16--11:36: Article 0
  • See you in 2017 

    Thank you to all of the artists, galleries and institutions who have shown their appreciation for the photographs of your work and posts on ROMANBLOG II and social media, all meant to help get the word out about your projects. I appreciate your support for those efforts and for my personal work by way of attending my shows, participation here, and invitations to exhibit! 

    Happy holidays and best to you in 2017!

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  • 01/19/17--11:59: Article 0
  • "Activist Artists Today" at The Galerie St. Etienne, January 18, 2017. Left to right: Dread Scott, commentator Amei Wallach, Mel Chin and Sue Coe. click on photo to enlarge

    Commentator Amei Wallach (left), and artist Mel Chin

    Work from current exhibition "You Say You Want a Revolution American Artists and the Communist Party" through February 11, 2017

    George Grosz, A Little Child Shall Lead Them Circa 1935. Ink with later watercolor additions on cream laid paper. 18x23 in (45.7x58.4 cm).

    Artist Sue Coe, above. Below, her work, Healthcare Not Warfare, 1991. Graphite, gouache and ink on white Strathmore Bristol board. 29x23 1/8 in (73.9 x 58.8 cm). Illustration for The Nation.

    Artist and activist Dread Scott

    Louis LozowickStrike Scene, 1934. Lithograph on heavy cream wove paper. 11x 9 in (27.9 x 22.9 cm). From an edition of 10 impressions. Flint 121.
    William Gropper, The Debater 1949. Oil on canvas board. 10x8 in (25.4 x 20.3 cm).

    Philip Evergood, Renunciation 1946. Oil on canvas. 50x 36 in (127 x 91.4 cm). Private collection.

    Taking questions from the audience above and below.
    Above, left to right: Dread Scott, Amei Wallach, Mel Chin and Sue Coe

    You Say You Want a Revolution
    American Artists and the Communist Party
    October 18, 2016 through February 11, 2017

    Activist Artists Today
    January 18, 2017
    Artists Dread Scott, Mel Chin and Sue Coe, commentator Amei Wallach

    The Galerie St. Etienne
    24 West 57th Street
    New York, NY
    Tuesday-Saturday, 11am–5pm

    all photographs by Vincent Romaniello

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  • 02/03/17--06:41: Article 0

    Nadja Verena Marcin

    Franklin Furnace Grant

    From the press release
    Nadja Verena Marcin’s OPHELIA will be an architectural performance both presented live and as video sculpture evoking questions of anthropocentric attitudes and actions that are resulting in human destruction of the biosphere. The artist will be reenacting Ophelia’s final moments inside a saltwater water tank—wearing an Ophelia-like dress, and a transparent breathing mask, the artist will appear dreamlike but deprived, attempting to quote text from Daniil Kharms’ The Werld about human subjective perception. The final video-sculpture, an aquarium-like transparent sarcophagus, with video screens on its longer sides, will display footage of the live performance. The iconic artwork and text that have inspired and will inform this performance includes Ophelia (Millais, 1852) and Three Ball Total Equilibrium Tank (Koons, 1985) and text from The Werld (Kharms, 1939).The image of Ophelia inside an advanced, constructed reality, kept alive through a mask and encircled by technology, will be a metaphor for the Anthropocene: “The human imprint on the planet has now become so large that it rivals some of the great forces of nature.”

    For more information
    follow this link

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  • 03/01/17--09:42: Article 0

  • Sračok & Pöhlmann present
    For Real

    April 1–16, 2017
    Opening: Friday, March 31, 6:30pm

    Petra Varl will be presenting her new body of work, an installation of bold ink drawings on paper of trees and their shadows. Curated by Herzog Dellafiore
    Microcollection will exhibit twenty art fragments, visible under a microscope, from the collection, selected by con-artist Daniel Devlin who chose ten artists he knew personally (circled in red) and ten only by reputation (circled in green).

    ArtHelix Gallery
    289 Meserole Streeet
    Brooklyn, NY 11206
    more info

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  • 03/08/17--18:13: Article 3

  • The Intricacies of Love

    March 16 - April 15

    Julia Brown, Glenn Ligon, John Waters

    Opening Reception: Thursday, March 16, 5-8pm
    followed by dinner at La Grata 8:30pm

    The Gathering & Open Mic
    Saturday, March 25, 6pm at the Annex

    LeAp presents Women's Suffrage Youth Forum
    Thursday, March 30, 4-6pm at the Annex

    Parent & Child Attachment Styles by Mosammat Akter
    Saturday, April 1, 2pm at the Annex

    Curated by Phyllis Rosenzweig

    305 E 140th Street 1A
    Bronx, NY 10454

    Temporary Annex
    2422 Third Avenue
    Bronx, NY 10454

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  • 03/10/17--13:46: Article 1

  • Artist's Talk with
    John Wellington
    Friday, March 10, 7pm

    Temple Tomb Fortress Ruin
    extended through March 12

    The Lodge Gallery
    131 Chrystie Street
    New York, NY 10002

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  • 03/10/17--13:46: Article 0
  • Julian Schnabel: New Plate Painting, Through March 25, Pace 510 West 25th St. New York NY 10001

    Willem DaFoe visiting Julian Schnabel's exhibition at Pace

    Albert Oehlen "Elevator Paintings: Trees" Gagosian, 522 West 21st St, New York, NY 10011

    Albert Oehlen

    R.B. Kitaj: The Exile at Home (1932-2007), Through April 08, Marlborough Contemporary, 545 W 25th St, New York, NY 10001

    R.B. Kitaj (detail)

    Nicolás Guagnini

    Nicolás Guagnini

    Al Taylor: Early Paintings, Through April 15, Zwirner, 537 West 20th St. New York, NY

    Al Taylor

    all photographs by Vincent Romaniello

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  • 05/28/17--06:06: Article 0

  • I know I've been very lack about publishing lately. I've been busy, what can I say.

    The project you see here is an idea for the board game as well as an exhibition. On the smallest scale I will let people download the game board for free. It can be a fun home or school project with the board as a starting space. New 3D game pieces (mine are the Milagros) and game cards can be created using their own ideas.

    In one of the images you see a table set up ready to play on. This can be used for small group exhibitions. More tables can be used for larger shows.

    The large solo exhibition will include a fenced-in detention center, silver emergency blankets, human scale 3D Milagros that will be moved by audience members, and video screens with dice rolls, card text, sound effects, etc.

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  • 06/21/17--06:29: Article 0

  • Summer Patterns
    Keith Breitfeller, Sarah Haenn and Robert McNellis

    Opening: June 3, 2017, 5-7pm

    Jed Williams Gallery

    615 Bainbridge Street
    Philadelphia, PA

    Image: works by Sarah Haenn, silkscreen on cotton fabric, (left) gallery director Jed Williams, (right) Keith Breitfeller and Robert McNellis. photograph courtesy of Jed Williams Gallery

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  • 06/26/17--05:35: Article 0

  • uptown: nasty women/bad hombres

    Through November 5, 2017

    El Museo Del Barrio
    1230 Fifth Avenue at 104th Street
    New York, NY 10029

    Above, The Shooter's Bible by Stephanie A. Lindquist

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    I don't publish here much but if you follow my facebook link there are posts with the header ROMANBLOG II which include the images you see here with info and captions.