A new book documents the wild energy of the Rivington School, a collective of New Yorkers who carved an industrial niche out of the rapidly gentrifying 1980s art scene The Art-punk Firestorm of the Rivington School – in Picture The Guardian, 13 December 2016
Howl! Happening: An Arturo Vega Project is so much more than just a gallery. Helmed by Jane Friedman and Ted Riederer, it's a home for regularly changing art shows, performances, and panel discussions, all centered on the golden days of the East Village's bohemian past. Michael Musto’s Best of NYC: Best... Continue
The New York Times "Touring the East Village’s Incubator of Experimentation" By Laura Collins-Hughes. May 5, 2016
Downtown survivors who are mourning the bohemian spirit of the old East Village will be delighted to know of a gallery devoted to preserving its memory, gender-bending warts and all. The New York Times, March 9, 2016. By Michael Musto.
Don't Miss The Ramones' Late Unofficial 5th Member Arturo Vega's Art Show At Howl! Arts Forbes March 25, 2016, By Adam Lehrer Ramones Designer Arturo Vega’s Irreverent ‘Insult’ Paintings Flavorwire March 4, 2016, By Alison Nastasi PRESS RELEASE
Marcia Resnick Shows an Intimate Side of New York City Icons in the ’70s NY Observer, February 24, 2016. By Anthony Haden-Guest 'Punks, poets & provocateurs’ at HOWL! Happening The Villager, February 18, 2016 Warhol, Basquiat, Johnny Thunders: Photos of New York City’s Iconic “Bad Boys” in the 1970s and ’80s Flavorwire, February 8,... Continue
Autre Ten Best Gallery Exhibits of 2015, Adam Lehrer, December 17, 2015
The Villager "Howl! Gallery Will Blend Punk and Performance Art" by Tina Benitez Eves. April 9, 2015