New York Academy of Art

at 111 Franklin St, New York, 10013 United States

A graduate school teaching traditional skills and techniques to further the creation of vital contemporary art. Join us for engaging exhibitions, lectures and events. For more information about studying at the Academy, email admissions@nyaa.edu.


New York Academy of Art
111 Franklin St
New York , NY 10013
United States
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P: (212) 966-0300
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For over thirty years, the New York Academy of Art has been the place where talented emerging artists develop a personal vision by building upon the enduring traditions of figurative painting, drawing and sculpture to create vital contemporary art. Each year the Academy is home to more than one hundred artists pursuing the master of fine arts degree, as well as hundreds of individuals enrolled in our continuing education program. Founded in 1982 by Andy Warhol and other influential artists, collectors and patrons, the Academy is the first and most significant graduate school in the United States to focus on the human body. Its distinguished faculty, visiting critics, lecturers and master class instructors include renowned artists Eric Fischl, Jenny Saville, Will Cotton and Vincent Desiderio and critic Donald Kuspit.

How To Get to New York Academy of Art

By SUBWAY: Take the 1 train to FRANKLIN STREET, or take any train to CANAL STREET (A, C, E, 4, 5, 6)

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A great piece from Reuters about the Academy's forensic sculpture workshop!

Published New York Academy of Art on 2016-05-18 16:54:20 GMT

Our MFA Thesis Show exhibition, featuring the Class of 2016, is tonight from 6-8 pm at 111 Franklin Street in Tribeca! Here's our final studio portrait, with Jodi Gerbi MFA 2016!

Published New York Academy of Art on 2016-05-17 17:06:57 GMT

Sculptures made from recycled metal by using welding ÖZER AKTAŞ 2015

Published Özer Aktaş on 2016-05-17 08:32:04 GMT

Sculptures made from recycled metal by using welding ÖZER AKTAŞ 2015

Published Özer Aktaş on 2016-05-17 08:31:51 GMT

Sculptures made from recycled metal by using welding ÖZER AKTAŞ 2015

Published Özer Aktaş on 2016-05-17 08:31:37 GMT

Sculptures made from recycled metal by using welding ÖZER AKTAŞ 2015

Published Özer Aktaş on 2016-05-17 08:31:22 GMT

Sculptures made from recycled metal by using welding ÖZER AKTAŞ 2015

Published Özer Aktaş on 2016-05-17 08:31:01 GMT

ArtNet named tomorrow's MFA Thesis Opening Reception as a must-see for the week!

Published New York Academy of Art on 2016-05-16 21:59:32 GMT

The New York Observer named the MFA Thesis Opening tomorrow night as a must-see in NY's art world!

Published New York Academy of Art on 2016-05-16 20:47:30 GMT

Today's studio portrait: Richard Buchanan MFA 2016. The MFA Thesis Exhibition opens tomorrow with a reception from 6-8 pm at the Academy!

Published New York Academy of Art on 2016-05-16 16:10:26 GMT

A great piece on the upcoming exhibition "From The Academy" featuring Academy alumni and faculty at the Vendue in Charleston!

Published New York Academy of Art on 2016-05-16 14:42:58 GMT

Wow, what a title! We're honored to host this esteemed group of artists! http://www.fineartconnoisseur.com/This-Could-Be-the-Exhibition-of-the-Year/22740503?rand=2074924703 It's quite a year for the art world in Charleston! The new Gaillard Center, the highly anticipated re-opening of the Gibbes Museum of Art, and some of the most talented contemporary artists from the New York Academy of Art right in our lobby.

Published The Vendue on 2016-05-16 14:25:48 GMT

Great interview with Kim Powers MFA 2014 on her work and why she chose the Academy.

Published New York Academy of Art on 2016-05-12 16:18:12 GMT

Today's studio portrait: Nick C. Kirk, MFA 2016. MFA Thesis Show goes on view next Tuesday!

Published New York Academy of Art on 2016-05-12 14:17:50 GMT

We're doing layout right now for the MFA Thesis Exhibition - opening May 17! The graduating class of 2016 includes 49 artists from 15 nations, who have exhibited in group and solo shows in Paris, Vancouver, New York, London, Rome and Florence, and are represented in the permanent collections of the British Consulate General and the Brooklyn Museum. Come see!

Published New York Academy of Art on 2016-05-11 20:13:39 GMT

[PHOTO WORKSHOP IN NEW YORK] We are very glad to announce our workshop in NEW YORK with MICHAEL ACKERMAN coming up this JUNE (12-18 June 2016) for the seventh edition of Photo Workshop New York! This is an unique opportunity to work for seven intensive days with Michael in one of the cities he most loves, New York. Enrollment to the workshop is open until the class fills (12 participants maximum). For more information about the workshop, please visit our website or contact us at info@photoworkshopnewyork.com http://www.photoworkshopnewyork.com/pwny-2016-michael-ackerman/

Published Photo Workshop New York on 2016-05-11 11:55:33 GMT

Today's studio portrait: Jean-Antoine Norbert, MFA 2016. MFA Thesis Exhibit is in 1 week!

Published New York Academy of Art on 2016-05-10 20:46:26 GMT

Congratulations to Aleah Chapin MFA 2012 who was interviewed about her work and her training at the Academy in the Huffington Post!

Published New York Academy of Art on 2016-05-10 16:19:14 GMT

The New York Observer wrote about the installation at Federal Hall by Will Kurtz MFA 2009, part of Portal Art Fair. Today's the last day to view the fair!

Published New York Academy of Art on 2016-05-10 15:08:28 GMT

Congratulations to current Academy student Jean-Antoine Norbert MFA 2016, who was named a finalist for the Queen Elizabeth Portrait Competition, judged by Tracey Emin!!

Published New York Academy of Art on 2016-05-09 21:19:54 GMT

Bloomberg BusinessWeek published a great video profile of alum Ali Banisadr MFA 2007, featuring Jeffrey Deitch and Benjamin Genocchio:

Published New York Academy of Art on 2016-05-09 19:36:14 GMT

"MFA Thesis Exhibtion 2016" at New York Academy of Art (TriBeCa) On View → May 17 - 28, 2016 Mariyah Tareen, "Oppressed (Veiled Woman)", charcoal, lapis lazuli ground in linseed oil, oil paint, imitation goldleaf, and medium on acrylic paper, 14" x 10" (35.56 x 25.4 cm), 2015

Published New York New Work on 2016-05-15 21:04:19 GMT

A great interview with Dina Brodsky MFA 2006 on her work!

Published New York Academy of Art on 2016-05-13 16:02:52 GMT

Today's studio portrait: Rachel Sard, MFA 2016. MFA Thesis Show opens next week!

Published New York Academy of Art on 2016-05-13 14:45:56 GMT

The Academy is pleased to welcome Dana Schutz as our Commencement Speaker for the MFA Class of 2016 on May 19.

Published New York Academy of Art on 2016-05-12 18:10:06 GMT

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The New York Academy of Art
VIDEO STUDENT WORK
Art Review Ai Weiwei "Laundromat" at Deitch Projects
The Ai Weiwei show ‘Laundromat’ is located just above Canal
on Grand Street, across the street from Soho Art Supply.
But this first impression is
shattered after noticing the revolutionary brand of Ai Weiwei above the
entrance.
Upon entering the smell of fabric softener hits my sinuses,
my eyes go watery and I am immediately engulfed in a forest of clothing
racks.
The visitors to the
space were unknowingly replicating their normal phone worship, walking around
with their heads down and eyes plastered to the floor reading the tweets that
people blindly post on social media.
The most terrifying truth that I was faced with manifested
itself in the form of a projected video in the corner of the room.
It was like watching flies come and go
to a dead rotting corpse with functioning arms that slowly drag it along,
climbing over rocks and through jungle, leaking out behind it a trail of brown
liquid that only attract more flies to its location.
I left the show in the same way I came in, watery eyes and
bad taste in my mouth.
Art Review Marilyn Minter "Pretty/Dirty" at the Brooklyn Museum
by Stephanie Del Carpio MFA 2017
Marilyn Minter’s first
retrospective exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum is so much more than skin deep
bling.
The woman in the photos is smeared in layers of makeup
and with a vacant stare she reminds us that we may all be sharing those
feelings someday, as we gaze at our aging selves in the mirror.
Coral Ridge Towers (Mom in Negligee) , 1969 Coral Ridge Towers (Mom making up) , 1969The large scale paintings Little
Girls and Big Girls focus on the female body and the male gaze.
In Little Girls , Minter is showing us the symbolic
version of these ladies as children, in all their youth and innocence; unaware
of their future objectification.
Big Girls , enamel on canvas, 1986In later works, such as Clip and Dirty Heel , Minter confronts her audience with massive depictions of
beautification tools, magnified for greater effect.
Bisecting the galleries, there is
a narrow hallway with a large vitrine, showing old sketches, preliminary
studies, and collaged photo references for future works.
Vitrines with sketches and studiesIn the age before Photoshop, these give us a glimpse into the planning and production of her
large scale close-ups.
My gratitude towards Academy for offering me the privilege to undertake this endeavor in endless.
Thank you so much for being so loving and supportive!
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