What do you know about magic? Being a creation of bygone days, this word always causes confusion, as people do not comprehend this term completely. For many, it remains nothing more than mere witchcraft, a thing of the distant past. However, there is more to it than meets the eye. If you are inquisitive about unconventional art, magical thought, and their mutual application to the contemporary world, the new art exhibition “Unsympathetic Magic” at NO Gallery in New York is right for you. Do not miss this exceptional opportunity to find out more about the magic of contemporary art!
Unsympathetic Magic — unconventional art at NO Gallery in New York
Established in 2019, NO Gallery has been a platform for revolutionizing art projects, bold experiments, and unconventional art since its first days. Trying to fasten a variety of art mediums to create a purely original product, curators at NO Gallery choose only one-of-a-kind works of art that together create extraordinary exhibitions. “Unsympathetic Magic” is no exception.
Works by seven talented artists (L, André Eugène, Nora Berman, Vincent Dermody, Genesis P-Orridge, Marjorie Cameron, and Sara Kathryn Arledge) are now on view and waiting to be explored by curious minds. As the name implies, the exhibition is devoted to unsympathetic magic, something entirely different from the magic that we have known until today. Through unconventional art, curators of “Unsympathetic magic” try to show a new type of magic, the one extending to reality and acclaiming magical thinking as a full-fledged worldview.
Each artist requires an individual approach since every work featured at the exhibition is a whole discovery. From exuberantly colorful bottles by L to a magical painting by Nora Berman to a sensual wood-and-metal sculpture by André Eugène, there is something for everyone. “Unsympathetic magic” at NO Gallery is definitely worth visiting if you are in New York! The art exhibition runs through November 25, 2020.