Flash Art
by Judd Tully

Legend has it that a fungus-covered treasure trove of glass plate negatives were discovered in a desk drawer belonging to Read more…

Flash Art
by Judd Tully

It would be prudent to carry smelling salts while viewing the ferocious images that engulf the gallery in paintings that Read more…

Flash Art
by Judd Tully

David N. Wells held a sculptural seance on a vacant lot in the infamous environs of the South Bronx, conjuring Read more…

Flash Art
by Judd Tully

Over brushless interiors of baked rhoplex and acrylic, winnowed from a pop librarian’s horde of House Beautiful magazines, Hendon lays Read more…

Horizon Magazine
by Judd Tully

In 1962 Roy Lichtenstein painted a canvas called Masterpiece, in which a ravishing blonde sprung from a True Romance comic Read more…

New Art Examiner
by Judd Tully

In a move vaguely akin to manifest destiny, art world style, increasing numbers of New York art dealers are raiding the Read more…

Lower East Side Tales
by Judd Tully

The high pitched whine from the long-stemmed wine glass punctuated the Formica table top formation of eight pints of fortified Read more…

Lower East Side Tales
by Judd Tully

It was 1:45 AM on the Bowery when a grizzled leprechaun of a man approached and said, “Hey, young fellow, Read more…

Horizon Magazine
by Judd Tully

Red Grooms’s Monument to D.W. Griffith At the New York premiere of Way Down East on September 3, 1920, the Read more…

Skyline
by Judd Tully

A fluttering orange banner heralds Custom & Culture, enticing visitors to Cass Gilbert’s nautical palace, the former U.S. Custom House, on Read more…