"One day we won't have to trek to Chelsea, Midtown, the Upper or Lower East Side to see the biggest, glossiest gallery shows of the year. Judging by the number of glitzy, "Manhattan-style" exhibitions we visited without even leaving our borough this year, that day might come sooner than you think."
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"Here's a little secret: the holidays are a great time to visit one of New York's museums or galleries. Think of them as your end-of-year pick-me-ups, your oases among the hustle and bustle, where the most wonderful time of the year includes more than shopping—although you can certainly do that, too."
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"A couple weeks ago, Aakash Nihalani’s geometric forms took over the Bose Pacia space in New York."
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"With Art Basel Miami only two weeks away, Artlog is kicking off the festivities with our annual Pre-Miami Collectors Party on Thursday, November 18 at the Chelsea Museum."
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"Three years ago, Nihalani caught the attention of street art gazers in New York with his illicitly-installed geometric abstractions constructed entirely out of brightly-colored tape."
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"Brooklyn street artist Aakash Nihalani is taking over the Bose Pacia art gallery at 163 Plymouth Street in Vinegar Hill."
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Brooklyn Artist Aakash Nihalani Talks Designing Mixtape Covers For Das Racist and His New Show, Overlap, Opening at Bose Pacia This Thursday
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"When cubes made of neon masking tape started appearing all over New York City in 2007, conspiracies abounded."
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"Aakash Nihalani is an artist like no other, creating new dimensions with negative space utilizing a brightly colored version of the kind of tape that NYPD forensic specialists use to mark victims positions at homicide scenes."
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"Aakash Nihalani sent me a preview of the new works for Overlap, his upcoming solo exhibition at Bose Pacia in New York."
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"Long-time L Mag fixation Aakash Nihalani, the tape artist whose bright geometric forms you've likely seen on streets all around Brooklyn, is prepping an exhibition next month at Bose Pacia in Dumbo."
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