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COME VISIT US AT ARTEXPO NEW YORK
March 22-25

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These Issues Featuring Michael Sallinger and Ed Heck
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Lake Placid 3 days of art music peace love

SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITES

Each day art exhibition, continuous music, poetry readings, books signings, demonstrations

Thursday Oct. 6 -
VIP Cocktail party, soiree, meet the artists with entertainment 6-10 pm

Friday Oct. 7 -
Exhibition space opens, Celebration of the Arts begins at Noon
Music in Hall 3 begins at 4 pm
Films run continually

7:00 PM LAKE PLACID’S GOT TALENT:
singers, musicians, bands invited to perform John Lennon’s music with prizes

Saturday Oct. 8 -
Book signings, special art demonstrations, films, art show
Dance Concert with Hylton Beckford’s Slickers and Montréal’s Boogie Wonder Band

Sunday Oct. 9 -
7:30 pm JOHN LENNON TRIBUTE CONCERT
Special guests to be announced

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You’re Cordially Invited to Join

Daria Deshuk & Jamie Forbes

To participate in the Live Streaming of

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Magazine’s Online Juried Art Exhibit

 

At the Daria Deshuk Studio

141 Maple Lane

(On the Corner of Corwith Ave)

 Bridgehampton, NY 11932

(631) 237-4511

 

 Friday July 8th, 2011

6 - 8pm

 

Daria Deshuk is pleased to announce…

Fine Art Magazine and their first interactive art exhibit

 broadcasted live @ FineArtMagazine.TV

 

Fine Art Magazine will display all images of the artists and winner who submitted work.

The opening exhibition will be streaming live at Fineartmagazine.tv,

Fineartmagazine.com, and facebook.com/Fineartmagazine. The Exhibition

Opening video will be posted to YouTube.com/Fine Art Magazine Channel,

With featured segments focusing each artwork submitted during the event.

 

All images may be seen @

www.FineArtTheCreativeLife.com/ArtContest

 

 

            Fine Art Magazine

 

“Art changes the way we perceive and imagine. Art is a doorway to change.

Through artistic vision, cultures and societies realize their dreams.

Together we share the potential for creative expression. Art Equals social change.

 

Social networking is a new tool used by The Fine Art magazine to create change through

our community of over 13,000 artists, writers, dealers, collectors, and musicians, etc.

We are reaching out, as interactive catalysts , to offer our audience the potential

to touch and change lives through their art. All are welcome. -Jamie Ellin Forbes

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Daria Deshuk, a fine artist, has resided in the Hamptons for over 25 years.

With her studio in Bridgehampton, Daria has offered and hosted energetic events

to the community as well as personal exhibitions. Her body of work is a narration

of spiritual consciousness through fine art and photography.  Recent works include:

Heaven on Earth; Meeting Narcissus; and Kundalini Rising.

The awakened artist dares to ask…

What is organic creativity?

 

For More Information Find Us on the Web

www.DariaDeshuk.com

Facebook.com/DariaDeshukArt

 

www.Fineartmagazine.com

www.fineartmagazineblog.blogspot.com

www.facebook.com/fineartmagazine

www.twitter.com/#!/FineArtMagazine

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Media Alert

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San Francisco Fine Art Fair

May 21– 23, 2010 

Fort Mason

First Fine Art Fair of Modern and Contemporary Art

in Nearly a Decade

On May 21, 2010, the first international SF Fine Art Fair in nearly a decade will open its doors to the public for three days of art, lectures, and events. Featuring 75+ worldwide galleries, and displaying over 6000 modern and contemporary artworks

 by more than 500 artists, the SF Fine Art Fair will take place May 21st - May 23rd at Fort Mason's Festival Pavilion.

Attendees to the SF Fine Art Fair will have the opportunity to view and purchase works from collections held by galleries from across the globe, in a 50,000 sq. ft. setting designed to highlight a spectacular selection of modern and contemporary paintings, works on paper, drawings, printed editions, photography, and sculpture (both indoors and outdoors) by the world's leading artists.

Notes SF Fine Art Fair Executive Director Rick Friedman, “We’re excited to launch the new SF Fine Art Fair and to create an annual event that brings together hundreds of modern and contemporary artworks from an international array of galleries.  In celebration of the launch of the 2010 SF Fine Art Fair and the fantastic local support we’ve been receiving, we decided to direct a portion of the Fair's funds towards highlighting the rich culture of arts in the Bay Area.  To that end, we’re hosting a fundraising event to help an internationally renowned San Francisco arts institution; honoring a local long time dedicated supporter of the arts; and providing financial support to an important local arts and technology organization for the installation of a truly magnificent entrance sculpture.”

Click Here For More Info

 


 

Chor Boogie

Fine Art Magazine Update: Marseille

LECLERE AUCTION.pngI am presenting the piece ..the Color of Black Velvet in the upcoming street art auction of Marseille in Paris France called LECLERE.. The piece is painted on black velvet .. with the medium spray paint... and my intentions behind the piece was to basically bring colors out of the dark texture... from its organic shapes letting the color illuminate from the dark surface and better yet to challenge myself when it comes to the spray paint medium on a surface of velvet..the dimensions are 104x81cm  and the rate is 1000 to 1200 euros... Chor


CLECLERE-Maison de ventes5, rue Vincent Courdouan 13006 MarseilleTél. : +33 (0)4 91 50 00 00 - Fax : +33 (0)4 91 67 36 59contact@leclere-mdv.comatch Chor's piece at Auction. Bid / LOTS OPEN THE 22ND OF MAY..





NEW GRANT ESTABLISHED:

FOR MATURE AMERICAN PAINTERS

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Lillian Orlowsky, Still Life By the Sea, circa 1940's PAAM Collection

Provincetown, MA: Provincetown Art Association and Museum (PAAM) is proud to announce The Lillian Orlowsky and William Freed Foundation Grant, a new source of funding for mature American painters. This marks the first year that these grants are made available to the public.
 
The late Lillian Orlowsky and William Freed were artists, teachers, and active members of PAAM and the Provincetown arts community for over 50 years. Lillian, in particular, was sensitive to the challenges that artists confront, especially artists working against the mainstream or outside of popular schools of art.  Her desire to provide financial support to mature artists through this generous endowment gift speaks to her passionate commitment to art for art's sake and art created regardless of the demands and whims of the market place.  This gift has positioned PAAM to, for the first time, be a grantee - an opportunity to financially assist artists on a national level.
 
"PAAM is thrilled to be a position that allows us to distribute this kind of funding to painters in need. It's hard to be an artist; the rising cost of living and the effects of the recession have hit the creative community in a major way. To be able to offset some of those expenses is truly a dream come true, "says PAAM's Executive Director, Chris McCarthy.  "Additionally, we are very grateful to the Foundation executors for providing PAAM with an unprecedented opportunity."
 
Grants will be offered to American painters aged 45 or older who demonstrate financial need. The primary emphasis is to promote public awareness and a commitment to American art, as well as encouraging interest in artists who lack adequate recognition. Grants will range from $5,000 to $10,000. Applications are available online at www.paam.org or by calling 508.487.1750. Completed applications must be postmarked by August 16, 2010.
 
Provincetown Art Association and Museum's (PAAM) Lillian Orlowsky / William Freed Museum School (LOWF) serves students of all experience levels, offering year-round programming including workshops, art history lectures, scholarships, and free classes for adults and children, led by professional teaching artists. To register for a class go to www.paam.org or call 508.487.1750.
 
 


 Art Reflects Nature:

FAM's response to the Gulf Coast Oil spill.

Oil Spill, #2 & 4 Lois DiCosola 

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 Fine Art magazine FB fan page artist: abstracts and figurative post.

Art changes the way we perceive and imagine. Art is a doorway to change. Through artistic vision, cultures and societies realize their dream. Together we share the potential for creative expression. Art equals social change.” -Jamie Ellin Forbes

 

 

 

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L/R,Maria Varga, "Our Mother Earth", "Untitled", Rusty Harden, "Abstract Minerals Known as Rhythms"

Art is a strong voice for change. Abstract and figurative works contemplating nature illustrated by artists as they work out the thematically how they are affected, inspired by the stream/ flow of nature surrounding them are posted here. 

To constructively channel my outrage over the Gulf Oil spill I have requested posts from our Fine Art Magazine Face book Fans, to state through image their reflections regarding nature, as a constructive response to the Gulf Oil spill which will impact out national environment for years to come. These are their images.

How we see is by artists as they enhance nature to remind us through their vision what we find valuable, beautiful, moving and touching. Artists provide the common thread to all peoples employing the language of depiction / figurative imagery to share the metaphor connecting our thoughts. From Color Field, abstract expressionists, abstract impressionists, through realistic and figurative art image we draw the collective vision of our time.

Thank you Fine Art Magazine Fan page artists for contributing to this post.  

http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Fine-Art-Magazine-Online/90745356362?ref=ts


ART MONACO 2010

58 Galleries gather present their new & original images

April 29,2010, ART MONACO 2010 

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Fifty-eight international galleries exhibiting hundreds of artists from all around the globe have been exclusively chosen for this year’s fair by the Selection Committee. The exhibiting galleries include both emerging and established artists with young and innovative programs. 

One man shows or presentations include: Alessandro Dubini Limited Edition, Atelier Terminal, Kehrig Fine Art, Neue Kunst Gallery, Koltchine Studio,Studio Rozga, Studio Sole, Art Valeri, Studio Bruton, Edward Waites Sculptures, Danny BrownSculptures, Studio Borkowska, Atelier Kalliste. 

Here is a preview of some of multi and solo-artist exhibitors that will be present as of April 29 at Art Monaco’10: 

Enquires: 
info@artemonaco.com Nice: +33 (48) 306 6230 / New York: +1 (347) 332 6907 
DATES: 
WHERE Grimaldi Forum - Monaco 
WHEN Thursday April 29, 18:00 to 22:00 (VIP Reception) 
Friday April 30th, 10:30 to 20:00 
Saturday May 1st, 10:00 to 20:00 
Sunday May 2nd, 10:00 to 19:00 

 


 

 Fine Art Magazine

Face Book Fan page

Pan Utton: Gulf Coast Brown Pelicans, Fort Walton Beach, FL

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Image posted to the  Fine Art Magazine FB Fan Page http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Fine-Art-Magazine-Online/90745356362?ref=ts

I would like to use the Fine Art Magazine FB Fan page to keep the concept of Wild life as elegant beauty alive in art image during the crisis of the Gulf oil spill. Any one who has images Please share with us. Maybe we can pierce the indifferent attitude of the people who take for granted the beauty that naturally surrounds us in nature. I will post as many to the Fineartmagazine.com site.
 

 


Rep. Bill PASCRELL to Host

CONGRESSIONAL ART COMPETITION

 High school students will showcase workat prestigious Montclair State University Gallery MONTCLAIR -- U.S. Rep. Bill Pascrell, Jr. (D-NJ-08) is proud to announce that he will host his Annual Congressional Art Show and Competition at Montclair State University’s George Segal Gallery on Friday, April 30 at 6:00 p.m.     Students from the following high schools who have submitted work for the contest will be present: Bloomfield High, Cedar Grove High, International High, Eastside High, John F. Kennedy High, Academy of Law and Public Safety, Livingston High, Montclair High, Nutley High, PANTHER Academy, Passaic Valley High, Passaic County Tech, Rosa Parks High, Wayne Hills High, Wayne Valley High, West Orange High, Seton Hall Preparatory High  The competition in Rep. Pascrell’s congressional district is part of a nationwide program that is held in many of the 435 congressional districts in the United States.  The first place artist will have his or her artwork displayed in the United States Capitol Building for one year along with the winners of the competitions from across the nation.  The runner up to this year’s competition will have his or her work displayed in Rep. Pascrell’s Paterson office. 

Contact: Paul Brubaker  

  973-523-5152/201-704-6981

 


CineWomen On Screen:

A NYWIFT SeriesEvent: Tuesday Apr. 27, 2010

NYWIFT/ This screening series celebrates the work of emerging female filmmakers from all over the world. Films that are included in the series must be directed, co-directed, produced, written, edited or shot by women. Whenever possible, the filmmakers are present for discussion and socializing after their works are presented. There will be a Q&A following the screening, and an after-party to follow, with Cash Bar and complimentary food @:
Dempsey's Pub, 61 2nd Avenue, between 3rd and 4th Streets.

This month, CineWomen on Screen: A NYWIFT Series salutes Asian Pacific Heritage Month with a selection of two short films that take a sharp look at cultural identity.

UnderpassDirector: Rain Breaw15 minutes

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A family that survived the Cambodian Khmer Rouge has rebuilt their lives, establishing themselves in San Diego. The son, Sann, tormented by memories of the killing fields, copes with his anger by painting violent graffiti on a city underpass. When his mother reaches out to an illegal immigrant from Central America, Sann must confront his fears without destroying his family.

Rain Breaw is an independent film director/producer currently working with Laura Ziskin Productions on the Stand Up 2 Cancer initiative. She is also working on PSAs and music videos, in addition to preparing her first feature. A graduate of the USC MFA Production Program, Rain has produced the feature Mr. Sadman and numerous shorts.

Monkey DanceDirector: Julie Mallozzi65 minutes

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Three Cambodian-American teenagers come of age in a world shadowed by their parents' nightmares of the Khmer Rouge. Traditional Cambodian dance links them to their culture, but fast cars, hip consumerism and new romance pull harder. Gradually coming to appreciate their family's sacrifices, the teens find a balance between their parents' dreams and their own.

Julie Mallozzi's films explore the fluidity of cultural identity and historical memory. Her subjects are often people who, displaced from one country to another, manage to succeed in their new circumstances.  She is interested in the ways culture relates to contemporary problems.

Produced by Alison McMahan and Ylana of the CineWomen Screening Committee

 


VILLA REYKJAVIK

RASTER GALLERY WARSAW

Week of events: 9-16 July 2010

Croy Nielsen, BerlinFoksal Gallery Foundation, WarsawGalerie Jocelyn Wolff, ParisHollybush Gardens, LondonHunt Kastner, PragueI8, ReykjavikIBID Projects, LondonJan Mot, BrusselsJohann König, BerlinKling & Bang, ReykjavikRaster, WarsawRodeo, IstanbulTulips & Roses, VilniusZero, MilanReykjavik – there we are

This summer thirteen European galleries will find their temporary homefor a month in Reykjavik. After all, the centre is where we are. This is thebelief on which the Reykjavik project is based.We aim to prove that private galleries with curatorial experience can beinnovative and stimulating, that they look forward to active interactionwith the public and not only follow the market rules of competition. Thisis not an art fair! On the contrary – Villa Reykjavik is a result of the generaldisappointment with the formula of art fairs. In addition, the project stemsfrom the conviction that private galleries which collaborate with givenartists play a decisive role in determining the shape of contemporary artfield and the directions of its explorations. The way we propose to collaborateis different. If only in a small scale we want to release a collectiveenergy, and rediscover our common denominator – art in its many manifestations,a penchant for experimentation and risk.

Contact:

Raster Gallery
ul. Ho?a 42/8, 00-516 Warsaw, Poland
tel. (+48) 603 667 629
email: raster.villa@gmail.com
skype: raster.gallery

www.villareykjavik.com.

 


EXTENDED DEADLINE

ROGUE SPACE CHELSEA NY

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'DEADLINE EXTENSION!! Juried Drawing & Printmaking Exhibition'
**EXTENDED**DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES:SUNDAY, APRIL 18, 11:59PM EST
CALL TO ARTISTS:JURIED DRAWING &PRINTMAKING EXHIBITION


JUDGED BY SHERRY CAMHYMAY 14 - MAY 19

OPENING RECEPTION: FRIDAY, MAY 14, 6-9PM

NOW ACCEPTING SUBMISSIONS!

Following the success of our 2009 series of group shows, and glowing press, Rogue Space Chelsea hosts the second in a series of International group with Prints and Drawings, May 14th - 19th.
40 artists will be selected by our juror SHERRY CAMHY for the group show at Rogue Space.
This will be the second in a series of four media specific shows comprising of Photography (April 16-21), Drawing and Printmaking (May 14th-19th), Painting (June 4th-9th) and Sculpture (June 25th-30th).
Five artists from each show will go forward to a "Best of Show" Exhibition featuring 20 works, from which one artist will be chosen to receive a weekend solo show at Rogue Space | Chelsea and a documentary film produced by our sister company FilmsOnArtists.

 


ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK

VIA PATTERSON NJ

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exhibition curated by Olympia Lambert
a collaboration with the Paterson Arts Council

On Saturday, May 15, 2010, the New York art world invades New Jersey in mass exodus, leaving behind a cramped Manhattan for the wide open spaces of Paterson, NJ.

Open to the public each weekend through June 19, 2010, at 24 1/2 Van Houten Street in the Great Falls Historic District

See the press release on the Tumblr site  http://escapefromnewyork.tumblr.com

Escape From New York will show the work of 43 top contemporary artists currently working today.  The exhibition includes artists working in a broad breath of genres—from painting, to video, photography, installation, sculpture, performance, and social media-based art.  Come and join us for our opening reception, Saturday, May 15, from 3-9PM as we leave behind the cramped spaces of Manhattan for the broad horizons of New Jersey.  The exhibition will be on view in the historic Fabricolor Building at 24 1/2 Van Houten Street, across from Federici Park in Paterson's Great Falls Historic District.  We will be located on the 2nd, 4th and 5th floors of the building.  


For more information, please contact curator Olympia Lambert at olympia.lambert@gmail.com

 


NOT IN CHELSEA

LIKE THE SPICE & GALLERY NINE5

 

The two heavy hitting shows to see this month are not in Chelsea!
Greg Haberny
The Homeless Boys Social Club
Like the Spice Gallery

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Jack Robinson
Scannograms
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Click here to see the jam-packed opening of Scannograms and The Homeless Boy Social Club

 

 


BENEFIT FOR PARKINSON'S

LAMANTIA GALLERY, NORTHPORT NY

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Artists Robert Finale and Lou DeCaro donate raffle artwork

 

LaMantia Gallery has announced its next community-focused art gallery opening and fundraiser will be held on Saturday, May 22 from 7-9 p.m. Featuring world-renowned artist Robert Finale, the event will benefit the Thomas Hartman Foundation for Parkinson’s Research, Inc., the charity founded by Long Island spiritual leader and “God Squad” TV co-host Father Tom.

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LA RONDINE AT FAIRHOPE

FAIRHOPE, ALABAMA

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Saturday, May 8th
USA Baldwin County Performance Center
111 St. James

Due to popular demand following a successful screening at the Mobile Museum of Arts, Nall's Opera- La Rondine is coming to Fairhope. USA Baldwin County, in conjunction with the Fairhope Film series, is proud to present a screening of the DVD film of Nall's Opera.

Originally produced for Italy's Puccini Festival in 2007, the film gives us a chance to watch the masterpiece of Nall's artistic creation of sets and costumes.

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MIRROR OF HUMANITY

WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA

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Bernd-Hans Born, owner of Bevel Craft in Lake Worth, Florida, unveiled his “Mirror of Humanity” at a recent luncheon honoring Red Cross donors who have given major gifts to support earthquake relief in Haiti. Created out of his love for the work of the organization around the world, Born’smirror features 1,300 glass pieces laid carefully in the form of a Red Cross flag. The artwork illustrates four symbols used by sister Red Cross societies around the world: the Red Cross, the Red Crescent, the Red Crystal and the Red Star of David; each emblem used in different geographic locations around the globe to afford protection to people affected by disaster and those assisting them.

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JACK ROBBINSON

: SCANNOGRAMS AT GALLERYNINE5

 
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CREATOR WAVE VOL.2

CHOR BOOGIE ROMANTICISM SERIES

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Chor Boogie states...Humans are vessels gifted with the ability to translate cosmic energies to express it creatively. Every creative expression has been motivated by some sort of inner voice. Creator Wave is designed to highlight the artistic momentum exerted by the human soul. ...

In collaboration with the SF ARTS COMMISSION .a project of the San Francisco Unified School District and the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco is launching a new initiative, Art Impact. the Vernon Davis Visual Arts Scholarship Fund..many others and myself, Chor Boogie, are CONTRIBUTING a piece to the cause.. this will be amazing..

SFAC: Press & Media : Arts Commission and the San Francisco Unified School District Launch Art Impacwww.sfartscommission.orgThe San Francisco Arts Commission is the City Agency that champions the arts in San Francisco. We believe that a creative cultural environment is essential to the City's well being. Our programs integrate the arts into all aspects of City life.


 


SHANI RHYS JAMES

HILLSBORO FINE ART, DUBLIN

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April 8 - May 1, 2010

First solo exhibition in Dublin by Shani Rhys James, one of the most critically acclaimed painters of her generation.

Born in 1953 in Melbourne, Australia, she has lived in Wales most of her adult life. A Jerwood Prize winner in 2003, she was awarded an MBE in 2006.

A hardback publication accompanies this exhibition and is available at the gallery.

Hillsboro Fine Art
49 Parnell Square West
Dublin 1
Ireland
   

 


ART MONACO '10

SALON D'ART CONTEMPORAIN | EDITION SPECIALE

MONACO’S GRIMALDI FORUM WILL BE TRANSFORMED INTO a 4000 sqm EXUBERANT ARENA OF ART!!

Get ready for a sensory explosion in a mega melting pot of creativity at Monaco’s largest indoor contemporary art event!

From April 29 to May 2nd, 2010. The Grimaldi Forum will be transformed into a 4 thousand square meters art gallery for Art Monaco’10 – Special Edition. Monaco will serve as host to more than 60 exclusive galleries from around the globe. Galleries will showcase and sell their original creations during the fourday festival. A VIP reception on April 29 will kick off the event, followed by three full days of vernisagestyle exhibits open to the public.

Art Monaco’10 | Special Editions, was fashioned for the growing need to support local and international art. It serves as the perfect creative environment for these «galleries» to get together, networking and sell their artworks under one exclusive roof and for the public to view and purchase incredible works of art from Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, Tommy Wilson, Philippe Pastor, Agostino Bonalumi, Lucio Fontana, Nikolai Blokhin, Aung Kyaw Htet, Enkhtaivan O., John Nicholson, A. Jeitz, Navch, Alessandro Dubini and many other well known and emerging artists.

 


CALL FOR ENTRIES

TISZA MOZI KFT. INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

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ARMORY RECAP

INTERVIEW WITH TIM HILL, HILL GALLERY

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Roberto Juarez
Summer Show: Oil Paintings

John Davis Gallery
362 1/2 Warren Street
Hudson, New York 12534

On Thursday, June 24th, a group of artists will open with a medley of exhibitions for the Main Galleries, Sculpture Garden and Carriage House. The gallery will have five solo exhibitions (a sculptor, three painters, and a photographer. The work will be on display through July 18th with a reception for the artists on Saturday, June 26th from 6:00 until 8:00 p.m.

Main Galleries:
Roberto Juarez
Summer Show: Oil Paintings


Roberto Juarez, Beach V.P., 2010, oil and pastel /canvas, 20 x 16 inches

"Over the years, my paintings have focused on a dialogue of mark making between different layers of paint, paper, and collage. The current group of oil paintings continues this dialogue of layering and contrast with a generous amount of color after a winter of black and white. The strict geometry of the work is loosening up to a more emotionally based under-painting on a smaller sized canvas which allows for a quicker pace and evolution from painting to painting. Also included will be oil studies on gessoed cardboard. By showing this group of small work my purpose is to exhibit my working process in a gallery situation."

      Roberto Juarez
      2010





Phillips de Pury & Company is pleased to announce
our upcoming auction of
AUCTION  30 JUNE 2010  10AM  LONDON
Viewing  19-29 June


Please view the catalogue of ITALIA online
and read more about the sale on our website
phillipsdepury.com

Enquiries  +44 20 7318 4054
Catalogues  +44 20 7318 4039 / +1 212 940 1240


Register to BID ONLINE


Phillips de Pury & Company
Howick Place  London  SW1P 1BB


Lot 8 ALIGHIERO BOETTI Una parola al vento due
parole al vento tre parole al vento
, 1989
Estimate  £35,000-45,000


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CALL TO ARTISTS:
JURIED
SCULPTURE 
EXHIBITION


Sculpture Exhibition


JUDGED BY WILLARD BOEPPLE

JUNE 25 - JUNE 30
OPENING RECEPTION: FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 6-9PM

DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION:
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9TH, MIDNIGHT


NOW ACCEPTING SUBMISSIONS!

SCULPTURE will be the final exhibition in the series of four media specific exhibitions.

20 artists will be selected by our juror Willard Boepple for the group show at Rogue Space. 

Five artists from each show will go forward to a "Best of Show" Exhibition featuring 20 works, from which one artist will be chosen to receive a weekend solo show at Rogue Space | Chelsea and a documentary film produced by our sister companyFilmsOnArtists


Willard Boepple


ABOUT THE JUROR: WILLARD BOEPPLE was born in Bennington and educated at UC Berkeley, RISD and CCNY. Willard has shown regularly in New York since the early seventies where he is represented by Lori Bookstein Fine Art. He is represented in the UK by Broadbent Gallery, London. He has taught at Bennington College and the Boston Museum School and traveled extensively in Africa as a U.S. A State Dept Visiting Cultural Specialist. He is Chairman of the Triangle Artists' Workshop and serves on the board of the Vermont Studio Center.His work is in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum, the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, the Storm King Art Center and The Fitz-William Museum, Goodwood and Yorkshire Sculpture Parks in England among 
many collections both public and private. He lives and works in North Bennington and New York.

 

 
526 West 26th, 9E New York, NY 10001
Gallery Hours: 11am-6pm, Tuesday-Saturday
info@roguespacechelsea.com

 


 

 

Lot 8

 


Phillips de Pury & Company is pleased to announce
our upcoming
Contemporary Art auctions in London
on 29 & 30 June 2010.




Contemporary Art Evening Sale 29 June 7pm
Contemporary Art Day Sale 30 June 2pm

Viewing 21 - 30 June

Please view our Contemporary Art Evening Sale and Contemporary Art Day Sale catalogues online
and read more about the sale on our website
www.phillipsdepury.com.



Enquiries +44 20 7318 4063 / +1 212 940 1260
Catalogues +44 20 7318 4039 / +1 212 940 1240
catalogues@phillipsdepury.com

Phillips de Pury & Company
Howick Place London SW1P 1BB



THOMAS SCHÜTTE Doppelkopf (Double Head), 1994
Estimate ?400,000-600,000




Saturday, June 19th, 18h30 until 20h
We will be pleased to welcome you to:

LGC Gallery at the
Domaine du Grand Cros

D13 Rte de Besse-Sur-Issole, 83660, Carnoules, France
www.grandcros.fr


Nall- Paintings and Sculptures,
David Willmarth- Photography


decomposition of a marriage
Nall - 2009
 'Decomposition of a Marriage'
Mixed Media
167x 235x 11 cm

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Friday, July 2nd

I’ll be in Brattleboro Vermont for the opening of an exhibit of my images from 1968 through 1972 that features “Vermont Hippies.” The party starts at 5:30 goes to 8 pm. The location is the Vermont Center of Photography on 49 Flat Street. For more info about this unique occasion, please click here.

Monday, July 5th

The SIMON GALLERY will be celebrating the beginning of our 3rd season. I will be premiering some of my images taken this past winter while driving with Ronni across country and then on a cruise in the tropics called “Off the Rock and On the Road”.  Food and beverages, music and friends will all be there. We are at 54 Main Street in Vineyard Haven. I hope to see you at any or all of these occasions (but that would be a lot!)

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Image from "Off the Rock & On the Road" series
LAST CALL - Open Studios

EXTENDED PARTICIPATION FORM DEADLINE: 1277491418_2.jpgWednesday, June 30, 5pm

Saturday, July 17 from 4-7 pm
In conjunction with the PITTSFIELD ART SHOW

Be a part of art downtown this summer!  Storefront Artist Project invites you to participate in Open Studios during the weekend of the 6th annual Pittsfield Art Show, which brings thousands of people to downtown Pittsfield and showcases more than 80 artists who participate in the weekend arts fair. Artists and gallery owners will benefit by the number of people making their way downtown to see and buy art in the burgeoning arts community in downtown Pittsfield.

Participating artists must reside within the following geographic boundaries:

    * On the north: Linden St./Maplewood Ave.
    * On the east: First St./Wendell Ave.
    * On the south: Housatonic Street
    * On the west: Center Street

Image: Peg Dotchin
Studio located at the Lichtenstein Center for the Arts, 28 Renne Avenue, Pittsfield

Visit www.storefrontartist.org to download a participation form.
CALL FOR ART: White on White

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Opening Reception: Tuesday, July 13 from 6-8 pm
3rd Thursday: Thursday, July 15 from 5-8 pm

Storefront Artist Project invites artists to participate in our upcoming city-wide juried exhibition White on White.  The event is taking place in conjunction with Barrington Stage Company’s production of Art, a thought provoking comedy by Yasmina Reza, on stage July 22 through August 7. The play revolves around three men who are caught in a debate over the value of art after one of them buys a white on white painting for a colossal amount of money.
SUBMISSION DEADLINE
Wednesday, June 30, 5 pm

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Fine Art Magazine Media News : Update Miami 2010



Patrick Heide Gallery @ Pulse MIAMI - 2nd to 5th Dec 2010

PULSE MIAMI
The Ice Palace
1400 North Miami Avenue @ NW 14th St
Miami, FL 33136

Reinoud Oudshoorn, Untitled, Iron, 83 x 233 x 5 cm, 2009


GARTEL COUTURE ART TO WEAR COLLECTION
FRIDAY, December 3rd, 2010
8PM - 2AM
 
The V.I.P. Reception is hosted by Chivas Regal 9PM to 10PM. 
Tesla Electric car will be present. 
 
NIKKI BEACH
One Ocean Drive  
Miami Beach ,  Florida   33139 
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Using the intimate subject of "the self", artists reveal themselves by making the private, PUBLIC!
This exhibit coincides with birthdays of two famous self-portrait artists:
Frida Kahlo (July 6) and Rembrandt van Rijn (July 15)
On display June 19th through August 1, 2010
OPENING RECEPTION JUNE 19th!
Gallery hours Fri and Sat 12-8pm~ Sun 12-6pm
ARTISTS UNION GALLERY
330 SO CALIFORNIA STREET
VENTURA, CA

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"Self Portrait"
Michele Bramlett
www.bramlettart.com


 

VIMEO VIDEO SCHOOL LAUNCHES AS A FREE, FUN AND EASY WAY TO HELP PEOPLE MAKE BETTER VIDEOS

Over 800 Lessons, Tips, and Tutorials are Available for the Beginner or Advanced Video Maker

NEW YORK, Dec. 16, 2010 - Online video sharing site Vimeo(R), an operating business of IAC [NASDAQ: IACI], today launched Vimeo Video School, a free online educational initiative to help people of all skill-sets make better videos.

Vimeo Video School includes 'Video 101', a series of originally produced videos for beginners that covers step- by-step instructions on choosing the right camera, shooting tips and simple editing techniques. The site also covers popular subjects such as how to shoot video with the increasingly popular HD DSLR cameras through an informative and light-hearted eight-video series called 'DSLR Basics' with renowned videographer Philip Bloom.

At the center of the Video School experience are the internally-developed Lessons. Lessons are short, simple-to- follow tutorials created to support and to inform people on a wide range of video-related topics. By combining videos, written explanations, photos, relevant external links and an appropriate dose of humor, Lessons provide a more informative and detailed set of instructions that people can follow and then put into practice. Each Lesson ends with a Lesson challenge, giving the opportunity to practice the newly learned subject with other like-minded members in Vimeo's well-known and supportive community. Basic to advanced Lessons can be found on a broad set of topics and new Lessons will be introduced regularly on the site every week. Now, anyone that has ever watched an amazing timelapse video and thought "I wish I knew how to do that," can visit the How to Make a Timelapse Lesson in Vimeo Video school and learn how today.

Additionally, the Vimeo staff has selected hundreds of user-generated video tutorials created by Vimeo members and organized them into easy-to-find categories. Users can browse through tutorials to find those that best fit their level of experience and areas of interest. Tutorials span categories of lighting, sound, gear, etc.

"Vimeo has an amazing community of members who enjoy sharing their knowledge to help each other reach the next level, whatever that level might be," explained Dae Mellencamp, General Manager, Vimeo. "With Vimeo Video School we have created a structured extension of what our community members have done for one another for years - teach and share best practices."

"Vimeo Video School is the next step in our continued commitment to provide a platform for people to learn from and inspire each other," said Blake Whitman, Director of Community and Product for Vimeo "By aggregating well-produced tutorials made by our members as well as creating light-hearted and informative Lessons ourselves, we are making the process of creating videos easy and fun."

About Vimeo, LLC
Leading video sharing site Vimeo(R) provides the easiest way for people to host and share their videos in high quality. The site provides great privacy features and inspiring videos from a vibrant, respectful community of creative users who care about how and where they show their work. Launched in 2004 and headquartered in New York, NY, Vimeo offers users a video sharing experience that is both entertaining and easy to use. Vimeo is a 2010 & 2009 Time Magazine Top 50 Website. Vimeo, LLC is a subsidiary of IAC (NASDAQ: IACI).

 http://vimeo.com

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Donald Sultan to Speak at AFA ArtTalks

Tuesday, January 18, 6:30 p.m., at Christie's

The American Federation of Arts is pleased to announce that artist Donald Sultan will be giving the first ArtTalk of 2011, to be held at Christie's on Tuesday, January 18, at 6:30 p.m. ArtTalks, the AFA's lecture series, features notable figures in the art world. Following Sultan's lecture, audience members are invited to participate in a question-and-answer session and a wine reception.


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The Best New Contemporary Art of our time.
John C. Kuche… NAAS #2 The New American Art Show this Jan-2011.This is a Month-Long Art Fair featuring some of the best art of our time. Please consider being a part of this show or passing along info. Thanks, John
NAAS #2 January 2011 Art Fair 525 West 125 Street. New York The show will run from Jan-7th 2011 to Jan-29th 2011 Each Artist will get 8' x...

Open Call for The NAAS #2 Jan-2011 month long Art Fair • New American Art Show • 125th and Broadway New York City.

 


A LOOK AT

DESIGN MIAMI | JOHNSON TRADING GALLERY
Photographs by Jackie Nguyen

NEW GRANT ESTABLISHED:

FOR MATURE AMERICAN PAINTERS

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Lillian Orlowsky, Still Life By the Sea, circa 1940's PAAM Collection

Provincetown, MA: Provincetown Art Association and Museum (PAAM) is proud to announce The Lillian Orlowsky and William Freed Foundation Grant, a new source of funding for mature American painters. This marks the first year that these grants are made available to the public.
 
The late Lillian Orlowsky and William Freed were artists, teachers, and active members of PAAM and the Provincetown arts community for over 50 years. Lillian, in particular, was sensitive to the challenges that artists confront, especially artists working against the mainstream or outside of popular schools of art.  Her desire to provide financial support to mature artists through this generous endowment gift speaks to her passionate commitment to art for art's sake and art created regardless of the demands and whims of the market place.  This gift has positioned PAAM to, for the first time, be a grantee - an opportunity to financially assist artists on a national level.
 
"PAAM is thrilled to be a position that allows us to distribute this kind of funding to painters in need. It's hard to be an artist; the rising cost of living and the effects of the recession have hit the creative community in a major way. To be able to offset some of those expenses is truly a dream come true, "says PAAM's Executive Director, Chris McCarthy.  "Additionally, we are very grateful to the Foundation executors for providing PAAM with an unprecedented opportunity."
 
Grants will be offered to American painters aged 45 or older who demonstrate financial need. The primary emphasis is to promote public awareness and a commitment to American art, as well as encouraging interest in artists who lack adequate recognition. Grants will range from $5,000 to $10,000. Applications are available online at www.paam.org or by calling 508.487.1750. Completed applications must be postmarked by August 16, 2010.
 
Provincetown Art Association and Museum's (PAAM) Lillian Orlowsky / William Freed Museum School (LOWF) serves students of all experience levels, offering year-round programming including workshops, art history lectures, scholarships, and free classes for adults and children, led by professional teaching artists. To register for a class go to www.paam.org or call 508.487.1750.
 
 


SF Fine Art Preview Images

Artists: Chester Arnold  *  Jules Olitski  *  Timothy Cummings  *  Mario Gomez  *  Wolf Kahn


Rogue Space | Chelsea welcomes collaborating artists Joe Mays and Jill Morgan for their one night solo show Thursday July 24th 6-9pm.

Rogue Space | Chelsea is located at 526 West 26th Street, 9E, New York.

Joe and Jill were awarded a solo while participating in our Weekend Group show and Marketing Workshop in February and team up again for the joint exhibition UnMasquerade.

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"What are the filters we've built into the way we see ourselves and others? What is the mask and what is the human being behind it? Where does the human flesh stop and the human being begin? These are the questions that we ask in various ways through our pieces."

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Jill Morgan
 
                           Jill and Joe          Jill Morgan
   
Warm regards,

Kevin O'Hanlon
Owner

Beth DeTal
Director

Kelly Worman
Curator

Debra Wade
Director of Special Events

Rogue Space | Chelsea


GLIMPSE OF SOMETHING GREATER

THE ART OF LINDA MURRAY

by Roz Martin
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Is there something greater within all of us?  Yes.  Most people would probably say.  But, can the majority of them artistically record their imaginations and emotions that only exist in their minds and make the unseen visible in paintings? “The truth is we can only make our pictures speak”.  This statement was written by Vincent van Gogh in his last letter, just before his death”.



Ron English:

The artists  POP view of BP

"Good to the last drop" 

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BABELGUM ANNOUNCES SHORTLISTED ANIMATION FILMS

FOR INAUGURAL ANIMATRON FILM FESTIVAL

Cash Prizes To Be Awarded at the Hamptons International Film Festival Online, Mobile, and Offline Voting for Audience Awards Ends October 10

LONDON / NEW YORK (September 30, 2010) – Digital broadcast network Babelgum is pleased to announce the shortlisted films for its inaugural Animatron Animation Film Festival. Cash prizes will be awarded to first-place and runner-up winners in each of four categories by an international jury of animators and industry leaders including Saraswathi BalgamCharlotte BavassoPete BishopIsaac Littlejohn EddyTommy PallottaBill PlymptonFrank Rivera, and Jeff Scher

Entries to the Animatron competition came from more than two dozen countries, including Albania, Taiwan, Greece, India, Spain, Russia, Romania, Poland, Japan, Germany, Canada, Italy, Brazil, the U.S., and the U.K. 

SHORTLISTED FILMS

HUMOR:  Ebony Minus Ivory, My Dad the Evil Genius, Pigeon Impossible, Bruce McCall’s Clear Conscience, Potapych, Little Didi at the Seaside, Polished Off, Sh*t happens, Crash Bang Wallow,Tea and Zombies, Goatsucker, Ant & Len, Smokey the Monkey, Marsipan Striker, Duel, A Film About Poo, 8-bit Waterslide

FANTASY:  Krawl, Shelf, Puppetmaker, Watermelon Love, This Is J03, Noesis, Pilgrim, Your Heart Is a Ball of Light, YESNO, My Friend Is a Cloud, Reap What You Sew

MINIS:  Kick It Like Telé, Kinta Dip: Sushi Bar Oceanic, Only in Dreams, Terrafarmer, Buba and the Global Warming, The Tales of Donkey the Whale, Countdown, The Shunning, Over the Fence: Cats, Heaven Does Not Exist, Dog Judo: Meat Sprinkles, Gentleman’s Guide to Villainy, Knit’n’Purl

REAL LIFE:  NY Mug, The Reason I Collect, Coalition of the Willing, Teat Beat of Sex, The Creep, Procrastination, How to Animate, Prayers for Peace

These films and nearly two hundred professionally produced animated shorts are freely accessible to anyone with Internet access or Apple iPhone, iPod Touch, and/or Google Android mobile devices.

Audience Awards will also be given to films in each of four categories receiving the highest number of votes and announced following the end of the Animatron Jury Awards competition on October 10. In addition, select winners of the Animatron Jury Awards will be screened for the public in East Hampton on October 10 during the Hamptons International Film Festival, followed by a panel on “The Future of Animation,” moderated by New Yorkercartoon editor and Cartoon Bank founder Bob Mankoff

 The Babelgum Animatron Animation Film Festival   celebrates the very best in international independent animated short filmmaking, providing international exposure as well as lucrative opportunities for emerging talent. Finalists have the potential to win cash prizes totalling $20,000, with awards given to 1st place and runner-up contestants in each of the four categories, as well as a Grand Jury Prize winner. Babelgum will co-present theHamptons Animation Showcase, an eclectic animated shorts program at the 2010 Hamptons International Film Festival, with additional support on marketing and media visibility from Shooting People, the social network for independent filmmakers, andRingTales, a company that specializes in animating syndicated comic strips (DilbertThe New Yorker). Film Bablegum

THE 18TH ANNUAL HAMPTONS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

THURSDAY OCTOBER 7TH – MONDAY OCTOBER 11TH, 2010


THIS YEAR’S  “CONVERSATION WITH…” LUMINARIES ALONG WITH THE GOLDEN STARFISH SHORTS COMPETITION

James Franco, Julian Schnabel, Isabella Rossellini and Stanley Tucci to attend for the perennially popular “Conversation With” series

East Hampton, NY (September 21, 2010) The HAMPTONS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL is proud to announce its “Conversations With…” series along with The Golden Starfish Short Films in this year’s Competition.  Now in its 18th year, The 2010 Hamptons International Film Festival runs from Thursday, October 7th through Monday, October 11th (including Columbus Day weekend) in East Hampton with additional venues in Southampton, Sag Harbor and Montauk.  Festival headquarters are located at the beautiful c/o The Maidstone Hotel on Main Street in East Hampton.Film Bablegum 

 BABELGUM LAUNCHES ANIMATRON FILM FESTIVAL,

THE FIRST TRI-PLATFORM GLOBAL VIEWING AND VOTING ANIMATION COMPETITION
 
New York / London (September 21, 2010) Digital broadcast network Babelgum announced today the first tri-platform (online, mobile and offline) competition for animation and anime, the Babelgum Animatron Film Festival. The competition will culminate in a special public screening program, The Hamptons Animation Showcase, at the 2010 Hamptons International Film Festival (HIFF) in October. Entries will be eligible for an Audience Award voted on by the public as well as cash prizes from a select jury of leaders in the animation, film, and television world, including RotoScope pioneer Tommy Pallotta (Snack and Drink, Waking Life, A Scanner Darkly), industry leader and visual-effects producer Charlotte Bavasso (Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events, Nexus Productions), and animators Pete Bishop (Bromwell High, Captain Star) and Isaac Littlejohn Eddy (Anatomy of a Dog Show, Capturing King), and Jeffrey Scher (Paper View, Lost and Found, Tulips), with others to be announced soon.
Film Bablegum

“BARNEY’S VERSION” TO OPEN THE 18TH ANNUAL HAMPTONS HIFF

Richard J. Lewis’ BARNEY’S VERSION, produced by Robert Lantos (EASTERN PROMISES, BEING JULIA), is based on the Mordecai Richler novel. The film stars Paul Giamatti, Dustin Hoffman, Rosamund Pike, Minnie Driver, Rachelle Lefevre, Scott Speedman and Bruce Greenwood.  Giamatti is the titular Barney and presents a view of his life that is at times hilarious and at others, heartbreaking.


ABOUT THE HAMPTONS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
The Hamptons International Film Festival was founded to celebrate the Independent film - long, short, fiction and documentary - and to introduce a unique, varied spectrum of international films and filmmakers to the public. The Festival is committed to exhibiting films that express fresh voices and differing global perspectives, with the hope that these programs will enlighten audiences, provide invaluable exposure for filmmakers and present inspired entertainment for all.

The Hamptons International Festival headquarters are located at the beautiful c/o The Maidstone Hotel on Main Street in East Hampton.

VIMEO LAUNCHES SCHEDULE FOR INAUGURAL FESTIVAL WITH SPEAKERS TO INCLUDE:

 

TED HOPE, LUCY WALKER AND MORGAN SPURLOCK FOR NYC OCT 8 & 9, 2010Early Bird Pricing Still Available With a Two-Day All-Access Pass for Only $175 


NEW YORK, Sept. 8, 2010 – Online video sharing site Vimeo®, an operating business of IAC [NASDAQ:IACI], today announced the full programming schedule for the inaugural Vimeo Festival + Awards, a two-day event for anyone interested in creative video featuring talks, workshops, screenings, and special events as well as a high-profile Awards ceremony.

While the Awards ceremony will honor the most outstanding work submitted, Vimeo designed the festival as a celebration of the entire online video space.

The two-day Festival is split into themes - Innovation and Inspiration. The first day will offer individual creators an opportunity to learn about innovation across all stages and types of production. Documentary filmmakersMorgan Spurlock and Lucy Walker will discuss the changing landscape of documentary in the digital world.Attendees can sign up for workshops on HD Digital SLR shooting led by Phillip Bloom. Transmedia guru Lance Weiler will lead a talk about storytelling beyond the confines of the 16 by 9 frame.

The second day will start with a series of inspiring micro-talks from Vimeo Awards judges Neville Brody and Pulitzer prize winner Vincent Laforet. The Vimeo Film School course will teach beginner creators the basics of filmmaking, from working with a crew to the fundamentals of editing and distribution. The talks will close with award-winning author and Wired blogger Bruce Sterling envisioning the future of creative digital culture.

“This is a truly unique festival that heralds a new era for a media industry that is at a critical turning point,” said Blake Whitman, Vimeo’s Director of Community and Product and co-Director of the Vimeo Festival and Awards. “User generated content is no longer just the ‘dog on a skateboard’ videos, but the true underground from which the next trends will emerge.”

“We have tried to bring together an experience that is a hybrid between a traditional film festival and a
conference, which looks through the lens of online creativity,” said Jeremy Boxer, co-Director of the Vimeo Festival and Awards. “The public will be able to see works that have previously been confined to the small screen explode onto the cinema screen. The talks and workshops will be a place for attendees to learn from and inspire each other. This is a not to be missed event packed with as much as we could fit into a two day schedule.”

Complete schedule and ticket information for the Vimeo Festival + Awards is available at
www.vimeoawards.com/. Tickets are available now!



For further information on the 2010 Hamptons International Film Festival and to become a member, please visit www.hamptonsfilmfest.org.


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VIMEO LAUNCHES SCHEDULE FOR INAUGURAL FESTIVAL WITH SPEAKERS TO INCLUDE:

 

TED HOPE, LUCY WALKER AND MORGAN SPURLOCK FOR NYC OCT 8 & 9, 2010Early Bird Pricing Still Available With a Two-Day All-Access Pass for Only $175 


NEW YORK, Sept. 8, 2010 – Online video sharing site Vimeo®, an operating business of IAC [NASDAQ:IACI], today announced the full programming schedule for the inaugural Vimeo Festival + Awards, a two-day event for anyone interested in creative video featuring talks, workshops, screenings, and special events as well as a high-profile Awards ceremony.

While the Awards ceremony will honor the most outstanding work submitted, Vimeo designed the festival as a celebration of the entire online video space.

The two-day Festival is split into themes - Innovation and Inspiration. The first day will offer individual creators an opportunity to learn about innovation across all stages and types of production. Documentary filmmakersMorgan Spurlock and Lucy Walker will discuss the changing landscape of documentary in the digital world.Attendees can sign up for workshops on HD Digital SLR shooting led by Phillip Bloom. Transmedia guru Lance Weiler will lead a talk about storytelling beyond the confines of the 16 by 9 frame.

The second day will start with a series of inspiring micro-talks from Vimeo Awards judges Neville Brody and Pulitzer prize winner Vincent Laforet. The Vimeo Film School course will teach beginner creators the basics of filmmaking, from working with a crew to the fundamentals of editing and distribution. The talks will close with award-winning author and Wired blogger Bruce Sterling envisioning the future of creative digital culture.

“This is a truly unique festival that heralds a new era for a media industry that is at a critical turning point,” said Blake Whitman, Vimeo’s Director of Community and Product and co-Director of the Vimeo Festival and Awards. “User generated content is no longer just the ‘dog on a skateboard’ videos, but the true underground from which the next trends will emerge.”

“We have tried to bring together an experience that is a hybrid between a traditional film festival and a
conference, which looks through the lens of online creativity,” said Jeremy Boxer, co-Director of the Vimeo Festival and Awards. “The public will be able to see works that have previously been confined to the small screen explode onto the cinema screen. The talks and workshops will be a place for attendees to learn from and inspire each other. This is a not to be missed event packed with as much as we could fit into a two day schedule.”

Complete schedule and ticket information for the Vimeo Festival + Awards is available at
www.vimeoawards.com/. Tickets are available now!

 

 

VIMEO ANNOUNCES FINALISTS IN 2010 VIMEO AWARDS FOR THE BEST IN CREATIVE ONLINE VIDEO

45 Videos Representing 9 Categories and 12 Countries Vie for the Honor of Best-in-Category and One $25,000 Grant for Best Overall Video

NEW YORK, Sept. 21, 2010 – Online video sharing site Vimeo®, an operating business of IAC [NASDAQ: IACI], today announced the top five finalists in each of nine categories in its first Vimeo Awards competition.  

The finalists, representing 12 countries from around the world, were selected from more than 6,500 entries by an international panel of distinguished judges including M.I.A., David Lynch, Roman Coppola, Ted Hope, Lucy Walker, and Morgan Spurlock, to name a few. Screenings of the finalist videos will take place at the Vimeo Festival in New York on October 8-9.

Tickets for the two-day Vimeo Festival, which features an amazingschedule of events including video screenings, workshops, seminars, and panel discussions from some of the most successful and respected members of the film and video community, can be found atVimeo.com

  The Vimeo Awards winners will be announced at a separate limited availability presentation on October 9th.

The list of 45 finalists represents the incredible caliber of the international online video community at large with Great Britain, France, Canada and the United States as a few of the countries represented in the finalist selections.

"I was extremely impressed by the breadth and range of the experimental films, from the momentous made morbid to the domestic made dance," said Charlie White, judge for the Experimental category.”

“It was a true pleasure to serve on this jury and feel refreshed and inspired by the creative energy of the work submitted,” said Lucy Walker, judge for the Documentary category.  “Short form documentary work is evolving and this feels like exactly where it’s happening and where it’s at.  Let’s keep it coming!”

Art in the Context of Hard Times

Should we look at artists in the context of their time and expect a similar artistic response to hard times of today?

Roz Martin - Mural Artist
I grew up in the 70s and 80s, with famous artists like Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat.  This was  a period in art history when all eyes were on the pop artists of the 70's to see if they would continue their stroke of genius or collapse in hard times...

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Fine Art Magazine Media News Flash

Art Basel Miami: Impressions From Steve Zaluski:

DSCN4531.jpeg Jamie, shots of my sphere at the w hotel, my work at the highland
beach clients home...art basel vip and press opening was packed...very
busy...so much to see, all the usual big names and many new wild pieces
too...love this show, everywhere you look you see something new and
different!! visual overload, very creative...and much of the art is
beautiful now...art world is coming around to my way of
thinking...beauty with a message...many pieces with broken glass on
them...the beautiful people, lots of crazy high heels, too...I didn't
recognize any celebs in the daytime...more later, Z  Photos just below

Steve Zaluski's opening night Photos of Art Basal, Miami 2010


NYWIF Muse Awards Photos

Alexandra Levi  Pat Swinney Kaufman, Abbe Raven, Marsha, Hunt, Vanessa Williams, Sade Baderinwa, Cindi Berger and others. Click below to view the album.



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All Photos By Steve Zaluski ©Steve Zaluski/ Steve Zaluski Sculpture.com

THE “HEAVEN CAN WAIT” TEAM Showcased THE WILD & POPULAR

RECONSTRUCTED BRA  FASHION SHOW AND AUCTION

Thursday, April 7 at the Southampton Publick House, 7:00pm

As part of its’ fund raising efforts for the LI2DAY Walk for Breast Cancer, the Heaven Can Wait Team hosted the very popular Reconstructed Bra Fashion Show and Auction. Volunteer designers displayed their fanciful designs – modeled of course by very attractive volunteers – taking the humdrum undergarments and decorating them to the limits of their imagination.  Last year’s show included fanciful designs with feathery boas, orchids and ribbon roses with underpinnings of glistening tinsel, rhinestones, ruffles and animal appliqués which looked like something out of a Disney movie, humorous, sexy and fun.  The designs were auctioned off to raise funds for breast cancer and the bidding was brisk. All bras were successfully sold at The Southampton Publick House

All proceeds from this Heaven Can Wait Team effort benefited local breast health organizations:  Lucia’s Angels, the Coalition for Women’s Cancers at Southampton Hospital and the Ellen Hermanson Breast Center. 

 For more information, contact Susie: 631-726-8715 or Stacy: stacy@luciasangels.org.

 


Art Monaco

Art Exhibition Monaco'11 of 31 March to 3 April at the Grimaldi ForumMonaco

 

 


 

Art Exhibition Monaco'11 of 31 March to 3 April at the Grimaldi ForumMonaco

Creations and artistic expressions ... galore!

The second edition of the Monaco Art dedicated to contemporary artpromises an explosion of creative and artistic expressions! From 31 March to 3 April, will be nearly 3000 works will be exhibited at the Grimaldi Forumalso with facilities throughout the Principality. Objectives: to present, explore,surprise ... and sell.

It is a rendezvous for many international art galleries of the most reputable:34 Fine Art (South Africa), Guy Pieters (Belgium and St. Paul de Vence),Kings Road (London), Mazzoleni Gallery (Italy),  
Turnabuoni Art (Italy and France), Bel-Air Fine Art (Geneva), IDA gallery (Belgium), 
Art By ActualGallery (Paris), MC Fine Art (Monaco), ...

Also on the program: conferences, an interactive youth workshop called"Painting for Life" and a gala concert on April 2 at the Hotel Hermitage withthe diva of St. Petersburg Natalia Orlova.

Program

Thursday, March 31, 19h00 to 22h00: Opening private
March 31, a VIP reception will inaugurate the event. During the next three days, the exhibition will be open to the public.
Friday, April 1, 13h00 - 21h00: Exhibition at the Grimaldi Forum
Saturday, April 2, 1200 - 20:00: Exhibition at the Grimaldi Forum
Saturday, April 2, 21:00: Gala Concert (Hermitage Hotel)
Sunday, April 3, 1200 - 19:00: Exhibition at the Grimaldi Forum
Sunday, April 3, 13h: Project "PAINT FOR LIFE - Brunch

For more information, click here

As part of ART MONACO'11


With as workshops for children ...


What vision of the world children can they express through art? That's the theme developed by the project "Painting for Life set up during the Art Fair Monaco from March 31 to April 3 at the Grimaldi Forum Monaco.


Children must realize and 150 paintings during the three days of the Show between 14:00 and 20:00. Each child will have two hours at his disposal. Pictures will be taken of each work with its respective artist and it will also have the chance to describe and comment upon its creation.

A book will be produced by the organizing committee, 10 000 copies which are then sold. Profits from this sale will go to benefit "Monaco Armenia Children's Fund: Gift for Life" as well as each association participating in this project.

A selection committee will choose the ten best works and these will be auctioned off during Brunch held Sunday, April 3 (the price of brunch is $ 60 per person). Other works will be exhibited in a gallery interested in supporting the event. These tables may also be sold and profits will also be distributed among various humanitarian organizations in the Principality.

To enroll your child, please write to us if you mail sharona@artemonaco.com with your child's name, age and phone number. Places are limited, sign up asap!


Workshop Schedule:

Friday: 14:00, 16:00 and 18:00

Saturday: 14:00, 16:00 and 18:00

Sunday: 1:00 p.m. Brunch


... And high-level conferences


Around a panel of eminent experts, Art Monaco'11 time offers a series of conferences to consider "The growing awareness of art and other collector's items as investment assets.


Y will be declined subjects as diverse as the socio-economic situation and creating a demand for "real estate" a deeper knowledge of the market because of research (potential for diversification, risk-return relationship. ..) and data dissemination tools and websites, the development of financial services - (consulting services, loans and investments), the increase in funds dedicated to the art or the consideration of art as element of financial diversification, more collectors are used for investment (for example, wines, watches, stamps, ...) do more business with an "application" or 10 reasons why your gallery should be part of the mobile revolution ...


Moderator / Coordinator

G Beaudin, Media & Marketing, Artfact.Net,Berlin, researcher / analyst.


Chair / Coordinator:

Adriano Di Picinati Torcello, Deloitte, Luxembourg, Advisor.


Participants.

Iain Robertson, Sotheby's, London: Markets and emerging

trends.Anders Petterson, ArtTactic, London: Department of investments dedicated to the

arts.Claudia Trimde CEO The City Luxury Barcelona. Made more money! Get a "APP"! 10 reasons why your gallery should be part of the mobile  ...

revolution.Fiza Akhram - Canvas Magazine,

Dubai.Annelien Bruins, Bruins Consultancy Private Collection, London: Department of private

collections.Paul Barthaud, The Fine Art Fund Group, Directorate of investments dedicated to the arts and art

trends.Patrick Moya, the world of visual arts


Ask the conference program


Friday

3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Anders Petterson, ArtTactic, London: Department of investments in the arts.

4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Presentation Artist

Canvas magazine 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.,Dubai

6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.Perspective collector ...


Saturday

2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Patrick Moya - The art world virtual, France

3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Barthaud Paul, The Fine Art Fund Group, London Art Investment Management.

Trimde Claudia 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. The City CEO Luxury Barcelona, ??makes more money! Get a "APP"! 10 reasons why your gallery should be part of the mobile revolution ...

5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Annelien Bruins, Bruins Consultancy Private Collection, London.


Sunday

1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. G Beaudin, Media and Market Artfact.Net,Berlin, Analyst artists

Picinati 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Adriano Di Torcello, Deloitte, Luxembourg, the artistic adviser to the Fund

3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Iain Robertson, Sotheby's, London: Emerging Markets and trends.

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THE FIRST ANNUAL ATHENA FILM FESTIVAL
A CELEBRATION OF WOMEN AND LEADERSHIP
 
February 10-13, New York, NY
www.athenafilmfestival.com

The First Annual Athena Film Festival (www.athenafilmfestival.com) will take place February 10th through February 13th at Barnard College. In its inaugural season, the Athena Film Festival will examine the values women leaders share—vision, courage, resilience—and explore leadership across race, class, and culture.

Film is a medium known to nearly all people in nearly every part of the world. And films have power. They create conversation. They reveal truths. They inspire.

Why Now?

In 2010, for the first time in history, a woman won the Oscar for best director. Directing is the most visible leadership position in film yet, in 82 years, only 4 women have been nominated for best director, and only a single woman has won. In 2009, in the 250 top-grossing domestic films, women made up only 7% of directors, 8% of writers, and 17% of executive producers. 98% of these films had no female cinematographers. And, in front of the camera, as of 2007, women had less than 30% of the speaking roles.

Through feature films, documentaries, and shorts, the Festival will explore what makes a leader.

  • Is it the ability to inspire people to fight injustice or stand up for the rights of those who are powerless?
  • Is it about defining and preserving one’s own dignity or protecting one’s family or community?
  • Is it about motivating others to change when necessary, to learn from failure?

The festival will examine the values women leaders share—vision, courage, resilience—and explore leadership across race, class, and culture.

The Festival will highlight the wide diversity of women’s leadership in both real life and the fictional world, illuminating the stories of women from across the globe who have made a difference in their countries and communities.  Our goal is to open a robust dialogue about women and leadership:  what it takes to excel, collaborate, lead, and inspire.


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NYC ARt Fairs in March

 


 

The Armory Show

The Armory Show

Piers 92 and 94, 12th Avenue 

at West 55th Street

March 3-6

Wednesday-Saturday: Noon-8pm
Sunday: Noon-6pm

 

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VOLTA NY

7 West 34th Street

March 3-6

 

The Art Show

Park Avenue Armory

Park Avenue at 67th Street

March 2-6

 

 

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Fountain New York

Pier 66 Maritime 

26th Street & 12th Avenue

in Hudson River Park

March 3-6

 

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Independent

548 West 22nd Street

March 3-6

 

Moving Image

The Tunnel

269 11th Avenue

March 3-6

 

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Pulse

Metropolitan Pavilion 

125 West 18th Street

March 3-6

 
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Red Dot

82 Mercer Street

March 3-6

 

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Scope New York

320 West Street (West Side Highway)

Across from Pier 40

March 3-6

 

Verge Art Brooklyn

81 Front Street and surrounding DUMBO locations

March 3-6

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The 2011 edition of PULSE New York makes its debut in its new home at Metropolitan Pavilion from March 3-6, 2011. PULSE New York 2011 will host 62 exhibitors across two floors in a pristine, recently-renovated setting while continuing its signature series of special projects.
In recognition of the hectic New York art fair week, PULSE New York 2011 is conveniently located in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood, minutes from Union Square and all major subway lines, and will provide complimentary wireless internet access to all visitors.
 
Numerous mainstay exhibitors will return following triumphant showings in PULSE Miami 2010 - the first edition under recently-appointed Director Cornell DeWitt - including Mark Moore Gallery which recently relocated to Culver City and Galerie Stefan Roepke, of Cologne. International galleries making their return to PULSE New York include the venerable Singapore Tyler Print Institute (STPI), which will stage a solo booth of American artist Trenton Doyle Hancock, and Cuban gallery Habana, presenting artists Ivan Capote and Glenda Leon. PULSE New York is also proud to welcome several exciting first time exhibitors, such as Luis De Jesus Los Angeles, and Montreal's Art Mûr in the solo-artist IMPULSE section.
 
SELECTED SPECIAL PROJECTS
PULSE New York 2011 will also continue its series of special projects, with many deeply rooted in the New York area. Visitors to the fair will immediately enter a special pop-up bookstore created by Brooklyn's celebrated powerHouse Books, featuring selected titles published by powerHouse and others. Original installations include Molly Dilworth's site-specific painting Field Test (NYC), courtesy of David B. Smith Gallery. Field Test (NYC), is part of a series of works by Dilworth that reference electron microscopy images of rare-earth elements, a prominent example of which is her Cool Water, Hot Island, installed across several blocks of Times Square. Also on view will be Ben Wolf's Clamber, presented by New York gallery Christina Ray, in which Wolf creates a massive environment from materials he salvaged from an abandoned ship in Newark, New Jersey.
 
PULSE EXHIBITORS  
Jen Bekman Gallery, New York; Benrimon Contemporary, New York; Black & White Gallery, Brooklyn; Galerie Andreas Binder, Munich; {CTS} Creative Thriftshop, Brooklyn; Luis De Jesus Los Angeles, Santa Monica; Davidson Contemporary, New York; Dorsch Gallery, Miami; Fouladi Projects, San Francisco; Samuel Freeman, Santa Monica; ftc., Berlin; Habana, Habana City; Patrick Heide Contemporary Art, London; Charlie James Gallery, Los Angeles; Gallery Joe, Philadelphia; Jenkins Johnson Gallery, New York;  Galerie Kleindienst, Leipzig; Kudlek Van Der Grinten, Cologne; Richard Levy Gallery, Albuquerque, Livingstone Gallery, The Hague; David Lusk Gallery, Memphis; M+B, Los Angeles; Maior, Pollença, Mallorca; Andrea Meislin Gallery New York; Nicholas Metivier Gallery, Cologne; Mark Moore Gallery, Culver City; Morgan Lehman, New York; Horrach Moya, Mallorca; Pablo's Birthday, New York; Pentimenti Gallery, Philadelphia; Praxis International Art, New York; Christina Ray, New York; Baer Ridgway Exhibitions, San Francisco; Galerie Stefan Röpke, Cologne; Michael Rosenthal, San Francisco;Tyler Rollins Fine Art, New York; Mary Ryan Gallery, New York; Carrie Secrist Gallery, Chicago; Sienna Gallery, Lenox; Silverlens Gallery, Makati City; David B. Smith Gallery, Denver; STPI, Singapore; Cristin Tierney, New York; Fred Torres Collaborations, New York; Galleri Maria Veie, Oslo; Von Lintel Gallery, New York; Shoshana Wayne Gallery, Santa Monica; Mike Weiss, New York; Zidoun Gallery, Luxembourg.
 
IMPULSE EXHIBITORS  
Angell Gallery, Toronto | Alex McLeod; Antena Estudio, Mexico City | Andrès Basurto; Art Mûr, Montréal | Jinny Yu; Blythe Projects, Culver City | Mark Schoening; Causey Contemporary, Brooklyn | Kevin Bourgeois; Freight + Volume, New York | Damian Stamer; Joshua Liner Gallery, New York | David Ellis; NP Contemporary Art Center, New York | Desi Santiago; Galerie SAS, Montréal | Catherine Bolduc; Sears Peyton Gallery, New York | Bo Joseph;Shfap, New York | San Gram Majumdar; TZR Galerie Kai Brückner, Düsserdolf | Jasper de Beijer; Miyako Yoshinaga Art Prospects, New York | Joseph Burwell.
 
 
NON-PROFIT
Art in General, New York; Brodsky Center for Innovative Editions, at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, New Jersey; Artware Editions, New York.       
 
DIRECTOR
Cornell DeWitt was founder and principal of his namesake gallery, and former director of Yvon Lambert New York, in addition to his experience as a private dealer and advisor. He has also served on the faculty of New York University where he received a master's degree.
 
PULSE
Through its annual editions in New York and Miami, PULSE serves as the junction between central and satellite art fairs. Its exhibitors consist of a select group of leading and pioneering international galleries that present works by premier contemporary artists with those of emerging and undiscovered talents. A central component of the fair is its program of commissioned cultural projects that link its audience to all aspects of the visual and performing arts.
 
 
MEDIA CONTACT
Andy Cushman | OCTOPUS OUTREACH | E: ac@8op.us | M: +1 (917) 744-4042  
 
 
 
PULSE New York's sixth edition will take place March 3-6, 2011 at The Metropolitan Pavilion.
 
Thursday, March 3:   10 AM - 1 PM  Private and Press Preview
 
Public Hours: 
 
Thursday, March 3:    1 PM  - 8 PM    
Friday, March 4:         noon - 8 PM 
Saturday, March 5:     noon - 8 PM  
Sunday, March 6:       noon - 5 PM

 
 
 
PULSE New York 2011 would like to thank our generous Sponsors & Partners:

Opening Thursday 1st July 2010
Exhibition until July 30, 2010

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Tommaso Pedone - Scratch & Win

Tommaso Pedone at Art Basel 2010
Scratch & Win 

 
 
 
 
Location: Art Basel 2010
  
 
Caption: Tommaso Pedone, Scratch & Win, video still, 2009
 
It's Liquid announces the videoinstallation "Gratta & Vinci" (Scratch & Win) by Tommaso Pedone at Art Basel 2010. For further informations visit: www.tommasopedone.com
 
Gratta e Vinci (Scratch & Win)
Italy - 2009
6’00''
performer: Alberto Mariani
 
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Videoart project with performer. Part of the “Crisis” serie, a meditation on italian and International critical moment. A deconstructed flag in action painting creates the backdrop for a man dressed as a scratch card. Luck/Destiny are the themes treated in a as conceptual as figurative project, that doesn't want to give an answer at the end but only to have a deep impact with the point of view on contemporary values.
 
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Primo progetto di videoarte figurativa vera e propria realizzato, parte della serie “Crisis”, una riflessione sul delicato momento socio-economico italiano (e, in senso più allargato, internazionale). Una bandiera scomposta in action painting fa da scenografia alla performance di un uomo trasformato in tessera argentea di un biglietto Gratta e vinci. La risposta disperatamente ricca di speranza dell’essere umano contemporaneo (il fenomeno investe tutti i livelli della società) per il futuro quotidiano diventa anche metafora di ricerca interiore. La statistica dice che ogni tot. numero di tessere c’è un vincitore, il progetto non vuole dare una risposta al tema posto, ma rappresentarne neorealisticamente relatività ed universalità del concetto di “fortuna/destino”.
 
Tommaso Pedone
Via Leopardi 5 - 61121 Pesaro
Tel. +39.329.3958659 | +39.0721.67167


Using the intimate subject of "the self", artists reveal themselves by making the private, PUBLIC!
This exhibit coincides with birthdays of two famous self-portrait artists:
Frida Kahlo (July 6) and Rembrandt van Rijn (July 15)
On display June 19th through August 1, 2010
OPENING RECEPTION JUNE 19th!
Gallery hours Fri and Sat 12-8pm~ Sun 12-6pm
ARTISTS UNION GALLERY
330 SO CALIFORNIA STREET
VENTURA, CA

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"Self Portrait"
Michele Bramlett
www.bramlettart.com


Marrakech Art Fair

October 9 to 11, 2010

 

Sharing art

 

The city of Marrakech will be hosting the first edition of the Marrakech Art Fair from 9 to 11 October 2010. A platform for exchanges between gallery owners, artists, and collectors, this unprecedented artistic meeting ground is being organized by Hicham and Zineb Daoudi, and Brahim Alaoui.

For three days, some fifty galleries from Europe, Morocco, and the Arab world, seduced by this new international encounter, will meet at the Es Saadi Palace to present their discoveries.

On the agenda: modern art, contemporary art, and emerging scenes, during an ephemeral leisure staged amidst the patio and garden through works of art from the 20th and 21st centuries. Within special spaces called "Collectors' Villa", the Marrakech Art Fair is also offering a new exhibition concept with a dialogue between contemporary design, decorative arts, and modern art.

The Marrakech Art Fair will establish cultural and artistic synergy throughout the entire city with a programme of exhibitions and meetings offered by Brahim Alaoui.

The programme will emphasize the sharing of art with a diversified audience. The fair will make it possible to discover places having ties to the history of Marrakech and open up foundations and artists' studios to a broad audience, thereby offering them an international forum.

"Resonance: contemporary Moroccan artists across the world"

 

The Marrakech Museum, founded by art patron Omar Benjelloun and presided over by his spouse Mrs. Naima Benjelloun, is a 19th century riad located in the heart of the Marrakech medina. It will be part of the programme and will host the exhibition entitled "Resonance: contemporary Moroccan artists across the world", which will consist of contemporary Moroccan artists from the diaspora.

This exhibition will offer 15 artists of Moroccan origin living in Europe and the American continent, who use various types of media: painting, drawing, installation, video, and photography, and who are creating new images connecting the two cultures.

These are primarily artists who, through their individual backgrounds and talents, think of identity and otherness—the here and there—as driving forces for inventiveness and cultural diversity.

They include, for instance, Chourouk Hriech, Mohamed El Baz, Mounir FatmiBouchra Khalili, and Malik Najmi.

This exhibition is being organized in partnership with the Council of the Moroccan Community Abroad.

                                                                                                                       

"Images of oneself", photography and video by contemporary Arab artists

 

Other locations are being associated with this event, such as the Dar Bellarj Foundation which will host the exhibition "Images of oneself". The idea is, for once, to leave behind the unilateral perspective of images conveyed by the media in favour of a more intimate view of the Arab world, and to adopt the point of view of those who inhabit it, who live everyday, and sometimes through their memory.

"Images of oneself" is a photography and video exhibition from a selection of contemporary Arab artists who bring a unique look at the reality and imagination of the world surrounding them. An unveiling of the intimate, documentary distance, political questioning, or plastic experimentation, the proposed exhibition bears witness to the diverse approaches of a new generation of creators enamored with a new image culture. Here we will find works by Meriem Bouderbala, Faisal Samra, and Youssef Nabil.

"In the shade of the Palaver Tree"

 

Dar Cherifa, one of the oldest riads in the medina dating back to the end of the 15th century and now restored and converted into a literary café, has become a meeting place in the heart of the Red City. It is offering for this occasion a thematic exhibition on the dialogue between artist Farid Belkahia and poet Adonis.

Here and there, the cultural effervescence around the Marrakech Art Fair…

 

- The Al Maqam artist residence, located in Tahannaout in the Marrakech surroundings, will open its doors to the fair's audience.

- The  Fourtou Foundation will also be welcoming the Marrakech Art Fair visitors.

- Also worth discovering: private collections in unique residences to share the passion that their owners feel for contemporary art.

- Round tables will be organized in the lounges of the Es Saadi Palace with reflection themes focusing on the contemporary art market and emerging Arab scene, and on globalization issues, including professionals and people involved with the international art market and the Arab world.

- Lastly, a symposium on art education will be organized in partnership with the Marrakech Graduate School of Visual Arts.


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Rogue Space | Chelsea welcomes collaborating artists Joe Mays and Jill Morgan for their one night solo show Thursday July 24th 6-9pm.

Rogue Space | Chelsea is located at 526 West 26th Street, 9E, New York.

Joe and Jill were awarded a solo while participating in our Weekend Group show and Marketing Workshop in February and team up again for the joint exhibition UnMasquerade.

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"What are the filters we've built into the way we see ourselves and others? What is the mask and what is the human being behind it? Where does the human flesh stop and the human being begin? These are the questions that we ask in various ways through our pieces."

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Warm regards,

Kevin O'Hanlon
Owner

Beth DeTal
Director

Kelly Worman
Curator

Debra Wade
Director of Special Events

Rogue Space | Chelsea

Last Chance to See 54th Long IslandSea Flowers by Rosemarie Furia

Artists Exhibition
The Art League of Long Island’s 54th Long Island Artists Exhibition will be drawing to a close on July 3.  The exhibit features 46 artists chosen by Heidi Lange, director of the DC Moore Gallery in New York City.

Ms. Lange made her selections from a field of 275 entries that included paintings in oil, acrylic, watercolor and pastel, drawings, sculpture, ceramics, jewelry, and photography.  Award of Excellence winners are Rosemarie Furia of Northport for “Sea Flowers”, Judie Marcus of Roslyn for “Double Take”, and Shain Bard of Greenlawn for “Winter Light”.  Artists also receiving awards as Honorable Mentions:  Anthony D’Avino of North Babylon for “Neutron Robot Man”, Patricia Russac of Oyster Bay for “Totem 2”, Vania Milan of Dix Hills for “Tyrone”, Melissa Imossi also of Dix Hills for “Phantom Forest”, and Louis Giacolone of West Islip for “Reflection”.

The Art League’s Jeanie Tengelsen Gallery is open weekdays 9:00am – 4:00pm, weekends 11:00am – 4:00 pm and is located at 107 East Deer Park Road in Dix Hills.   For more information call (631) 462-5400 or visit www.artleagueli.org.

Image Above "Sea Flowers," by Rosemarie Furia


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Sine Nomine Herma - Where the hell is Hermes?

Sculptures and Project Drawings
by Francesco Pessina

Opening: Thursday 1st July 2010  6 to 9pm
Exhibition dates:  2nd July to 7th August 2010

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Francesco Pessina, 306 - Sine Nomine Herma, Volcanic stone, pinewood, synthetic stucco, pigment, h.= 186 cm, 2010

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Francesco Pessina, 304 (Project Drawings), Cotton, pigment, beeswax & ink on canvas on wood, 40 x 40 cm, 2010


Patrick Heide Contemporary Art is delighted to present “Sine Nomine Herma – Where the hell is Hermes?”, the second solo exhibition of Italian artist Francesco Pessina in London.
The exhibition is mainly dedicated to the artist’s new series of sculptures, Sine Nomine Herma, which subtly tackles the subject of the divine in modern society, or rather its absence as expressed by the subtitle ‘Where the hell is Hermes?’.

In his new sculpture series Pessina refers to a form of Ancient Greek statues called herms, quadrangular pillars surmounted by a head or bust depicting the god Hermes, which functioned as an apotropaic symbol to ward off bad luck.


In Greek mythology Hermes is the great messenger of the gods, the guide to the Underworld and the god of fertility, luck and travel. The herms statues were therefore placed at road crossings, country borders, entrances and other boundaries as a means of divine protection.

Originally the Hermes figures depicted the god itself, later on in Roman times the likenesses of famous figures from public life. In his contemporary take on the herms, Pessina replaces the heads with geometric, phallic and organic shapes chiselled from volcanic stone or red lagoon. Distinct facial features are erased, the form merely suggests their anthropomorphic origin leaving room for the imagination to expand and reveal the divine aspect of the new series.

Pessina very consciously keeps a formal division between the plinth and the head. Superimposed blocks of found wood and synthetic stucco compose the plinth or ‘body’, representing the past of human history as well as our personal experiences, while the head represents the mind that defines the future of our human destiny.

‘My herms are good wishes. They embody the passage between a known and uncomfortable present and an unforeseeable future: we have to work on the present to understand the future…
My herms aim to serve as a warning...’
 
Several project drawings on display will be complementing the sculptures: canvases glued to red wood panels, these sketches bear notes that give insight into the conceptions and ideas of ‘Sine Nomine Herma’.

A large-scale sculpture in red and white onyx from Pessina’s ongoing Totem series was specifically realized for the London exhibition and will be placed in the front gallery alongside a selection of so-called “Bidimensionali”, Pessina’s paintings, wherein the familiar Totem forms are applied in relief, the playful compositions bursting with Mediterranean colors.
 
Born in Magenta (Milan) in 1946, Francesco Pessina studied sculpture at the Brera Academy of Fine Arts in Milan and painting at the Ripetta Art Academy in Rome.

In the 1970’s he decided to move to the volcanic island of Filicudi, north of Sicily, where he still lives and works detached from modern city life and the art world. Pessin’a choice of life has led him to become an artist in quest for the anthropological, mystic and spiritual roots of human existence, attempting to expose the essential truth lying at their core.
 
A short film directed by Alessandro Scippa about Francesco Pessina’s life choice as an artist comprising insights into the artist’s research will be screened in the gallery during the show.


Patrick Heide Contemporary Art

11 Church Street
London NW8 8EE
T    +44 (0)2077245548
UK +44 (0)7900215317
D    +49 (0)1723822495

info@patrickheide.com
www.patrickheide.com


June 27, 2010

Until August 25, 2010, at the fourth floor of the spacious Art Gallery of the Yonkers Riverfront Public Library.

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The Library's Director, Stephen Force, and the President of the Yonkers Arts Board, Judith Schwartzstein, have confirmed the extension of the Yonkers Artists Showcase to the week ending August 27. 

In these hard times of budget concerns and schedule reduction, this is an important opportunity for the public to still catch this second annual important exhibition.


The show is open and free to the public during Library hours (call the Library for updated schedules).
The fine art examples displayed here represent one fifth of the good quality artists currently living or working in Yonkers. About one third of the present selection is represented by artists belonging to the Blue Door Artist Association, a large group presided by Luis Perelman (also a co-curator). Another third of the group represents the many artists currently working in the YOHO building at Nepperhan Avenue (a self generated assembly of artists from all over, with the common denominator of needing a studio). YPL.jpg
The last third includes representation of the most varied sources and varied levels, from Richard Haas, whose frescos beautify Yonkers downtown, high up there in the buildings leading to Main Street, to the latest arrival of eager and young artists from Albania to Puerto Rico.

To acknowledge the quality of this show I need to list all the artists currently showing and we look forward to what next year the third annual will bring us; but do not wait until next year.  Go now to visit the second annual Yonkers Artists Showcase.

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Sculpture, collages, mosaic, photography, oil and watercolor paintings, assemblages, woodcuts, constructions, metal works, drawings, special techniques; all aspects of the contemporary fine arts are here. Not-lost-in-Yonkers fine art can still be seen before it shuts down for the Fall.


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DARK SOUNDS AT THE GUGGENHEIM: SUMMER CONCERT SERIES LAUNCHES JULY 15

Featuring Beirut, Andrew Bird and Ian Schneller, and Cinematic Orchestra

Series:    Dark Sounds

Dates:     July 15, 2010: BEIRUT
 
               August 5, 2010: ANDREW BIRD AND IAN SCHNELLER

               September 3, 2010: CINEMATIC ORCHESTRA
 
Venue:    Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
               1071 Fifth Avenue, New York

Tickets:   $25 members, $30 nonmembers
                Limited capacity. Advance online ticket sales only at guggenheim.org/darksounds.
                Beirut tickets go on sale June 24 for members and June 25 for nonmembers.
                Dark Sounds membership packages are available.

(NEW YORK, NY – June 24, 2010) — On July 15 the Guggenheim will launch Dark Sounds, a three-part series of live music performances accompanying the exhibition Haunted: Contemporary Photography/Video/Performance, currently on view at the museum through September 6. Produced by Sam Brumbaugh, Special Events Consultant, and Bronwyn Keenan, Associate Director of Special Events, the series takes its thematic cue from the conceptual threads that weave through Haunted, aiming to evoke the exhibition’s elements of melancholy, ghostliness, the uncanny, and our collective and individual obsession with accessing the past. The series title is borrowed from the writings of Montague Rhodes James (1862–1936), who is often described as the father of the modern ghost story.

Dark Sounds kicks off with the richly modernized Balkan gypsy folk of Beirut on Thursday, July 15; followed by Andrew Bird & Ian Schneller’s Sonic Arboretum, a site-specific performance involving violin, looped passages, and a landscape of horn speakers on Thursday, August 5; and then by the deeply melodic, electronic, and jazz-improvised sound of Cinematic Orchestra on Friday, September 3.

The Dark Sounds series is made possible in part by Dr. Martens.

Doors open at 8 pm and guests are encouraged to view the museum exhibitions Haunted: Contemporary Photography/Video/Performance and the Deutsche Bank Series at the Guggenheim Julie Mehretu: Grey Area before the performances, which start at 10 pm in the museum’s famed Frank Lloyd Wright–designed rotunda.

Ticketing
Priced at $25 for members and $30 for nonmembers, tickets are limited and available through advance online ticket sales only at guggenheim.org/darksounds. Beirut tickets will go on sale June 24 for members and June 25 for nonmembers.

Dark Sounds membership package
The museum offers a Dark Sounds membership package, which includes tickets to all three events plus all the benefits of Guggenheim membership for one year, including free, unlimited admission to the museum; invitations to parties and private viewings; and savings at the Guggenheim Store, the Wright, Cafe 3, and on all public programs. The Dark Sounds membership package is available for $125 for one person or $250 for two people and can be purchased by phone at 212 423 3535 or by e-mail at membership@guggenheim.org.


        
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July 15, 2010
Multi-instrumentalist Zach Condon is behind the critically acclaimed American band Beirut, which he formed in Albuquerque in 2006, recruiting friends for the recording of the debut album Gulag Orkestar. Inspired by Condon’s European travels, Gulag Orkestar is deeply influenced by Balkan folk and gypsy music, and features an eclectic array of instruments such as trumpets, ukuleles, glockenspiels, mandolins, violins, and cellos. The album was almost entirely recorded in Condon’s bedroom. For Beirut’s second full-length album, The Flying Club Cup (2007), Condon drew from the Gallic tradition of Chanson Française to produce an LP that revisits and reinterprets the wistful genre through a unique blend of rich vocals and layered accordions, horns, violins, piano, brass, and bass. Beirut also produced a full-length double EP, March of the Zapotec/Holland (2009), and three additional EPs. Known for their memorable live shows, Beirut performs with a varying number of members, ranging from 6 to 10.

        
LI1006091241137cpN6.jpgANDREW BIRD AND IAN SCHNELLER
August 5, 2010
Andrew Bird is a Chicago-based multi-instrumentalist and lyricist known for his experimental forays into pop music that incorporate elements of gypsy jazz, classical, folk, and country blues traditions. Bird has released nine albums since 1996. In a live setting, passages of violin, guitar, voice, and glockenspiel are looped and layered, crafting melodic hooks and rhythms from spontaneous stabs and strums. For Dark Sounds, Bird will collaborate with sculptor, inventor, and luthier Ian Schneller of Specimen Products to present Andrew Bird & Ian Schneller’s Sonic Arboretum, an audiovisual landscape featuring audio sculptures scattered around the rotunda floor that project sound skyward. Schneller has been designing and building his own line of custom guitars, tube amplifiers, and audio horn speakers for more than 25 years. With a master’s degree in sculpture from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, his creations are sonic, kinetic, structural investigations that blend modern and vintage aesthetics and technology. Alone, the sculptures vaguely resemble a union of Victrola speakers and plant life, while Sonic Arboretum’s cumulative effect evokes a symphonic field of poppies, a prairie of sound, a forest floor of hornlings—all parts of one “ecosystem.”

        
LI100622170736OX5cA.jpgCINEMATIC ORCHESTRA
September 3, 2010
For Jason Swinscoe, founder of the Cinematic Orchestra, working life began at Ninja Tune, the London-based independent record label. By day, Swinscoe distributed records while by night he developed a unique sound that would eventually evolve into the Cinematic Orchestra. Swinscoe introduced other like-minded musicians to the act and soon after, a string of albums emerged. Following their 1999 debut album Motion they have released Every Day (2002), Man With A Camera (2003), and Ma Fleur (2007), as well as the soundtrack The Crimson Wing for DisneyNature (2009), Live at the Royal Albert Hall (2008), Remixes 1998–2000 (2000), and Late Night Tales, a compilation (2010). Cinematic Orchestra’s diverse, imaginative, jazz-improvised, electronic approach was praised by Uncut magazine as “every hard-boiled, neon-lit Hollywood thriller you’ve ever seen.”

 

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation
Founded in 1937, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation is dedicated to promoting the understanding and appreciation of art, primarily of the modern and contemporary periods, through exhibitions, education programs, research initiatives, and publications. Currently the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation owns and operates the Guggenheim Museum on Fifth Avenue in New York and the Peggy Guggenheim Collection on the Grand Canal in Venice, and also provides programming and management for two other museums in Europe that bear its name: the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao and the Deutsche Guggenheim in Berlin. The Guggenheim Abu Dhabi, a museum of modern and contemporary art designed by architect Frank Gehry, is scheduled to open in 2013.

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Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
212 423 3840
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On view June 26 - October 17, 2010
 
This summer, the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA), Chicago, premieres the major traveling exhibition Alexander Calder and Contemporary Art: Form, Balance, Joy, the first exhibition to assess Calder's influence on the new generation of contemporary sculptors. The presentation of sixty of Calder's iconic works is mounted along with approximately twenty sculptures by seven contemporary artists who have been directly influenced by Calder: Martin Boyce, Nathan Carter, Abraham Cruzvillegas, Aaron Curry, Kristi Lippire, Jason Meadows, and Jason Middlebrook.
 
Calder has long been a popular and beloved modernist master, but it is only recently that young contemporary artists have turned to his work and its example of hands-on explorations of form, balance, color, and movement. "One of the most vital and interesting dialogues happening in the art world today is how the influence of the modernist generation of artists is increasingly becoming the basis for the creation of relevant and compelling art by contemporary artists," says MCA Curator Lynne Warren.


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NEW YORK WOMEN IN FILM & TELEVISION

MUSE AWARDS 2011

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The New York Women in Film & Television - Muse Awards December 7th, 2011 Luncheon was a sparkling success this year as the award recipients for Outstanding Vision and Achievement: Christine Baranski, Marcie Bloom, Claire Danes, Nadine Shelby Schramm, Martha Stewart are pictured below. All spoke of their seeds of inspirations and how they arrived at their accomplishments today, supported by women within the film industry. Each noted how women can effect change within the standard practices of the industry.

Nadine Shelby spoke of how their was no glass ceiling barring her accomplishments when she took on her husband's business after his passing in 1991. She took over the reins of Budd Enterprises to moving the 7 truck enterprise to a 70 truck, tractor, and trailer business, while working with the teamsters union to service the film industry.

Marcie Bloom spoke of her co-founding Sony Classic Pictures, surviving her massive cerebral damage and going on to develop the IFP - Marcie Bloom Fellowship in Film, a New York based mentoring program designed to introduce college seniors and recent graduates into the film industry.

Christine Baranski, an honored Tony, Emmy, Screen Actors Guild, and American Comedy Award winner spoke of encouraging young women to view themselves as a priceless. Ms. Baranski reminisced about the turns and twists in her career and the longevity, which is unusual in film for women, of affording her desirable roles in today's industry. Christine's energy and love of her performance art came across as a toast of delightful holiday cheer.

A radiant Martha Stewart graciously thanked all those along her career path from Julia Child and all other working chefs, as she developed the broad strokes Omnimedia would one day encompass. Her vision and entrepreneurial spirit changed the way people view crafting, home-making, cooking, entertaining, and decorating. Martha is grateful to her audience, guests, the Hallmark channel for supporting her and providing her the current venue in New York for her current television show.

The beautiful Claire Danes, a New York child actress, daughter of a painter, spoke of her time growing up in Manhattan and the influence the arts within the city had provided for her maturing career. Recognized as a contemporary classical actress of stature, Claire spoke of her impression that there is a camaraderie among women actresses, lack of a competitive undermining, and a willingness to pull together and assist and aid one another along their career paths.

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THE 2012 VIMEO FESTIVAL + AWARDS WILL BE HELD IN NEW YORK CITY JUNE 7-9


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Submissions to the 2012 Vimeo Festival + Awards are now open.
Celebrating the best in online video, the 2012 Vimeo Festival + Awards are jam-packed with new judges, new categories, and new monies — $5,000 grants for category winners and one $25,000 grand prize.

Vimeo Festival + Awards Judge: Gabriel Bisset-Smith from Vimeo Festival + Awards on Vimeo.

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Gabriel Bisset-Smith is a writer/director/actor from London. He has had plays produced at the Hampstead Theatre, York Theatre Royal, Theatre 503, Old Vic, and BBC Radio Four. He’s been on attachment at the Soho Theatre and Royal Court, and developed new work at New York’s Public Theatre. He’s been a regular story contributor on Channel Four’s Skins, and has directed music videos for Golden Silvers. His short film “Thrush” won the Tenderpixel Audience Award at Rushes Soho Shorts, the Vimeo Best Narrative Award in New York, and the Disposable Film Festival Grand Jury Prize. He wrote and directed the short film “The Water Cooler” for the BBC, trained as an actor at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, and has worked extensively on stage and screen. He was nominated for an Off West End Most Promising Playwright Award and is one half of comedy double act GUILT AND SHAME. His debut feature film is currently in development with Shine Pictures.


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NEW JUDGES FOR 2012 VIMEO FESTIVAL + AWARDS INCLUDE JAMES FRANCO, AZIZ ANSARI, RADIOHEAD’S COLIN GREENWOOD, AND MORE

13 Days Left to Submit to Win Up to $30,000 in Grants
NEW YORK, Feb. 8, 2012 – Vimeo®, an operating business of IAC [NASDAQ: IACI], today announced its panel of judges for the 2012 Vimeo Festival + Awards. The panel consists of three judges per category across 13 categories, and includes actor and director James Franco; Parks and Recreation Star Aziz Ansari, 2012 Oscar Nominee Lucy Walker; Radiohead’s Colin Greenwood; Scott Pilgrim vs. the World director Edgar Wright; snowboard superstar Travis Rice; Thierry Mugler and UNIQLO creative director Nicola Formichetti; Shelley Page of DreamWorks Animation; Barbara London of The Museum of Modern Art; advertising legend David Droga; and many more.
“The aim of the Vimeo Festival + Awards is to become the gold standard for creative online video,” said Jeremy Boxer, Director of the Vimeo Festival + Awards. “We designed the program to focus on discovering the best new talent and to give that talent a platform that will catapult their careers to the next level. We are proud to reveal our new panel of esteemed judges.”

 

The 2012 Vimeo Festival + Awards celebrate the best original videos online. 



Submissions are now open, so go ahead — wow us. Vimeo.com/awards/submit

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SUBMISSIONS OPEN FOR THE SECOND VIMEO® FESTIVAL + AWARDS

 

 New $5,000 Grants for Category Winners and $25,000 for the Grand Prize Winner; New Categories Introduced for Fashion, Action Sports, Advertising, and Lyrical Videos

 

NEW YORK, Dec. 13, 2011 – Vimeo®, an operating business of IAC [NASDAQ: IACI], opened submissions today for the second Vimeo Festival + Awards, which celebrates the most creative and original videos online, as well as the individuals who make them. Vimeo will award Grants of $5,000 to all of the category winners as well as awarding a Grant of $25,000 for the Grand Prize winner.

 

 “Since our inaugural event, we have watched online video explode into a primary medium for new talent discovery,” said Jeremy Boxer, Director of the Vimeo Festival + Awards. “More and more creators earn visibility, credibility and, ultimately, work by showcasing their videos online. We created the Vimeo Festival + Awards to celebrate the best of the best of these videos.”

 

Beginning today through February 20, 2012, filmmakers can submit their works for consideration in one of 13 different judged categories. With the continued exponential growth of quality online video, Vimeo is recognizing four new categories:

 

·      Fashion: Fashion photographers are exploring creative filmmaking, blurring the line between fashion and art. Similarly, designers are able to bring to life the mood and inspiration behind their collections in greater detail and with more emotion than through still photos. 

 

·      Action Sports: As lightweight, durable, and wearable HD cameras have become more accessible, adventurers, athletes, and documentarians can go anywhere while filming it all.

 

·      Advertising: Due to the high volume of content online, advertisers have been forced to become increasingly creative in order to reach audiences. As a result, many people now seek out commercial films as standalone entertainment. 

 

·      Lyrical: This category celebrates videos that showcase the natural world or personal experience using a dramatic creative style. With filmmaking techniques such as slow motion and time lapse now increasingly available, these videos provide thought-provoking and oftentimes heart-wrenching windows into other people's worlds.

 

A full list of the video categories can be found at www.vimeo.com/awards. An independent jury will judge entries, which includes all of the category winners from 2010 as well as two industry luminaries/experts per category. Vimeo released the following jury members for its newest categories: Stacy Peralta for Action Sports, David Droga for Advertising, Nick Knight for Fashion, and Phillip Bloom for Lyrical. Vimeo plans to release the full jury in January.

 

Vimeo will accept submissions from December 13, 2011 through February 20, 2012 for a $20 (U.S.) fee per video ($5 for Vimeo Plus and PRO members) at www.vimeo.com/awards. Entrants can submit any original work that premiered anywhere online between July 31, 2010 and February 20, 2012 or any original work that has never been premiered before.  All entries must comply with the Official Rules of the Vimeo Festival + Awards. For more information on the Vimeo Festival + Awards, please visit www.vimeo.com/awards.

 

About Vimeo, LLC

Leading video sharing site Vimeo® provides the easiest way for people to host and share their videos in high quality.  The site provides great privacy features and inspiring videos from a vibrant, respectful community of creative users who care about how and where they show their work. Launched in 2004 and headquartered in New York, NY, Vimeo offers users a video sharing experience that is both entertaining and easy to use. Vimeo is a 2010 & 2009 Time Magazine Top 50 Website. Vimeo, LLC is a subsidiary of IAC (NASDAQ: IACI).

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STRONG SALES AND A CELEBRATORY MOOD MARK CENTENNIAL EDITION OF NEW YORK’S LARGEST ART FAIR, THE ARMORY SHOW

Mayor Bloomberg Opening and Key International Gallery Participation Confirm Fair’s
Ongoing Role and Position within New York Art Scene

NEW YORK, March 11, 2013: The Armory Show, New York’s leading fair for contemporary and modern art, closed its centennial-themed edition on Sunday, March 10th. The fair, which is now in its 15th year, was inaugurated on Wednesday at a press conference introduced by Mayor Bloomberg and welcomed more than 60,000 visitors during its five day run. Over 210 carefully selected galleries from more than 30 countries, including leading international dealers such as David Zwirner, Gagosian Gallery, Lisson Gallery, Marianne Boesky Gallery, and Galerie Eva Presenhuber, exhibited alongside emerging newcomers. Many galleries remarked on strong sales, and attendance from key collectors and institutions from the United States and beyond.

Commenting on New York’s importance as a major hub for the international art market, and The Armory Show’s lead role in the city’s cultural calendar, Mayor Bloomberg noted, “New York City is the center of the modern art world, and the arts have never been stronger or more vibrant here. Every year, this week is one of the most exciting, and most important, on the cultural calendar. Thousands of artists, collectors, curators, and art lovers flock to New York City to take advantage of this week’s happenings, and that’s good news for the city’s tourism industry and our economy.”

Noah Horowitz, Executive Director of The Armory Show, added, “The 2013 edition of the fair was our strongest in years with a fluid layout that complemented well-considered presentations and remarkable works of art. Local, national, and international collectors were out in force emphasizing the strength of the art market with New York as its center. Additionally, we are proud to have celebrated the centennial of our namesake, The Armory Show of 1913, through programming and special projects commemorating the legacy of the avant-garde in the United States.”

Deborah Harris, Managing Director, The Armory Show - Modern commented, “This year's edition was further refined with an improved floor plan on Pier 92. Galleries placed important work with new and established collectors, with continued interest in American, German and Italian works from the 60's, 70's and even 80's. What we have seen throughout the duration of the show are clear signs that the market remains buoyant for fresh works of high quality.”

Exhibitors reported consistently strong sales, further asserting New York’s position at the core of the international art market. Once again the fair pulled in major US and internationally-based museum groups including The Art Institute of Chicago; The Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia; Miami Art Museum; Los Angeles County Museum of Art/LACMA; The Museum of Modern Art, New York; Palais de Tokyo, Paris; American and International Patrons of the Pinakothek, Munich; Rijksakademie voor beeldende kunsten, Amsterdam; The Walker Art Center, Minneapolis; and The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. 

Sean Kelly of New York said, “We are really happy and have done very well, as we always do at the Armory. This fair is very much alive, I’ve spoken to a lot of people and they are very impressed with what has happened. The Armory is set on a great course for next year.”

Glenn Scott Wright, Director of Victoria Miro Gallery, London, said “Again, The Armory has been a great experience for us with strong sales across all of our artists. The fair gave us the chance to re-connect with our clients and make new contacts with private collectors and institutions alike.”

Monika Sprüth and Philomene Magers, co-owners of Sprüth Magers Berlin London added, “Just like last year, we've had a really great experience at the fair. It has been an extremely busy couple of days and we have sold works by George Condo, Cyprien Gaillard, Barbara Kruger, Sterling Ruby, Alexandre Singh and Rosemarie Trockel. The US is an important market for the gallery and the fair provides the perfect opportunity for us to meet new collectors from the region.”

Ales Ortuzar, Director at David Zwirner, commenting on Diana Thater’s solo presentation, said, "Diana Thater had a great time at the fair, her first one. With her solo presentation, she felt welcome by the fair organizers and got to spend significant time with collectors, curators, and the press. Front and center."

Los Angeles-based Michael Kohn commented, “The Armory Show this year has been more successful than ever – asides from the sales, which have been strong, it’s also about promoting our artists to a wider audience and gaining critical credibility. All of that is happening here.”

David Fitzgerald of Kerlin Gallery, Dublin added, “Sales were consistent on every day of the fair, which is a real strength to the Armory. The quality of the fair has improved, it’s strong throughout and we are delighted to be here.”

Nieck de Brujn of Upstream Gallery, Amsterdam said, “We sold out our booth of young Dutch painter Frank Ammerlaan within the first hour of the VIP opening day. This was an incredible fair for us and under the new management there is a palpable change and we feel like welcome guests in this great city. We look forward to returning again in 2014.”

Barrak Alzaid, director of Gallery Isabelle van den Eynde, Dubai said "The Armory has offered us a platform to showcase some of the leading artists coming out of the region. We developed our concept in collaboration with our artists to create dynamic platform that responds to the spirit of the fair. In 1938 Marcel Duchamp presented works in total darkness at an exhibition of Surrealists, and twenty five years earlier jumpstarted a new wave of American art. At the centennial edition of the fair we are proud to have presented a booth concept in the spirit of this innovative sensibility."

Jessica Silverman, director of Jessica Silverman Gallery, San Francisco, represented in the Focus Section, said “We had a great Armory fair and are pleased that New York collectors had no trouble identifying the intelligence of the work of Desiree Holman.  We placed works with new and previously supportive collectors including a major corporate collection. A commissioned work has also been confirmed for a prominent New York collector.”

Joerg Paal, director of Galerie Thomas Modern, Munich, says “We were really pleased with the increased number of collectors, the demand for works under $100,000 bear witness to the presence of a young collector base.”

Kate Stevens of HackelBury Fine Art, London says “We've been absolutely delighted with the fair this year, which has been a great success for us from the opening night onwards. We featured several unique pieces from Doug & Mike Starn, seen for the first time here. Four of those have sold to date, including a monumental 12ft x 8ft piece, and we now have a waiting list for the next available works.”

New York based Hollis Taggart, President of Hollis Taggart Galleries says, “This year's Armory Show has been a tremendous success, right from the opening bell.  We have experienced unprecedented attendance, active sales, and great interest in all of the works displayed in the booth.  We would give this year's show an A+ for quality, organization, and success across a wide spectrum of art works from historical to contemporary.”

This year the fair celebrated the centennial of its namesake, the original Armory Show of 1913, widely credited with introducing the European avant-garde to the United States. Armory Focus: USA, the fair’s specially curated section which this year shifted its gaze inwards to the USA, paid homage to the shocking and revolutionary impact of the 1913 exhibition. Curated by Eric Shiner, Director of The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, it showcased an exciting selection of 17 established and emerging galleries, providing surprising insight and commentary on contemporary practice in America.

Liz Magic Laser was The Armory Commissioned Artist of the 2013 edition. Known for her participatory and performative works, Laser turned interactive market research strategy into a work of art, staging a series of focus groups composed of collectors, curators, art professionals and journalists, to determine the production of two limited edition artworks and paraphernalia associated with her Armory Show Commission. The proceeds of the limited edition artworks will benefit the Museum of Modern Art and the Pat Hearn & Colin de Land Cancer Foundation. As part of the project, Laser exhibited a solo-presentation in the booth of Armory Focus: USA exhibitor Various Small Fires, Los Angeles, highlighting her strategic take on the artist commission.

The fair’s Open Forum, curated by Anne Barlow, Executive Director of Art in General, featured a series of talks inspired by, and expanding upon Armory Focus: USA, highlighting artistic practices across America, and the history and legacy of the ground-breaking original Armory Show of 1913.

Of the 2013 talks, Daniel Birnbaum, Director of Sweden’s Moderna Museet said, “it was a pleasure to take part in this rich program of talks. Our discussion, Posterity will have a word to say, was a fascinating debate on the context of today’s rapidly evolving art market. Marcel Duchamp’s break from the politics of exchange and transaction is more relevant than ever.  To pursue questions of what the avant-garde looks like now versus what it meant to participate in the forefront of culture 100 years ago alongside fellow-panelists Carlos Basualdo, Paul Chan, Molly Nesbit and moderator Jan Åman was a privilege. To do so within the space of an actual art fair reflects The Armory Show’s careful willingness to reckon with what it means to serve as a commercial platform for the arts."

The Armory Show’s online partner, Artsy, gave collectors and art-lovers alike a preview of over 2,700 works on show at the fair. With over 90,000 unique visitors to the site from over 160 countries around the world, the site confirmed the quality of this year’s fair prior to opening, as well as creating the possibility of new contacts and connections for Armory exhibitors.

A new partnership was launched this year with the Hudson River Park, a 550-acre riverside park and estuarine sanctuary located on the West Side of Manhattan between Battery Park and West 59th Street. Response to The Armory Show’s off-site public sculpture, I NEED TO START SEEING A THERAPIST, 2013, by Cary Leibowitz (Candyass) was strong, including the following comment by Jerry Saltz, Senior Art Critic of New York Magazine: “The PERFECT sculpture to greet all those giant cruise ships coming into New York. Think of it as our HOLLYWOOD sign. Could make it permanent. Way to go Cary Leibowitz…”

The fair’s ever-popular VIP program was this year extended to a new group of prominent collectors, having joined the newly-formed Centennial Committee. The 2013 VIP program showed the strength of The Armory Show’s connection to its host city, giving access to New York’s finest cultural assets from museum programming to vital philanthropic work and private collections, furthering the connections and reach of participating dealers and visiting collectors alike. Collector and Centennial Committee member Michael Hort, added, “It was an excellent fair, the quality of galleries was just what we like to collect. We appreciated the more spacious layout and the VIP hour, which allowed you to have conversations. What more can I say, it was a great fair!”

The Armoy Show 2014 will take place March 6 - 9, with a preview for invited guests taking place on Wednesday, March 5.


NEW YORK, February 7, 2013 – The Armory Show, New York’s premier art fair for modern and contemporary art, is proud to announce the members of its inaugural Centennial Committee and a distinctive network of Cultural Partners to mark the 100th anniversary of the fair’s namesake, the legendary Armory Show of 1913.

The Committee has been established to recognize the support and long standing commitment of a group of leading American and international collectors, including:  Lawrence B. Benenson, Peter M. Brant, Laura Lee Brown and Steve Wilson, Beth Rudin DeWoody, Florence and Daniel Guerlain, Agnes Gund, Susan and Michael Hort, Barbara and Aaron Levine, Eugenio López, Donald B. Marron, Wendy Murdoch, Tony Podesta, Jennifer Stockman, Benedikt Taschen, John Waters, and Anita and Poju Zabludowicz.

"For me, the most exciting art expresses new ideas and breaks advanced ground. For this reason I love The Armory Show and I’m honored to join the Centennial Committee to celebrate the history of the avant-garde. In the company of the other members, I will see the latest art from all over the world, feeding both my eyes and my brain,” says collector and philanthropist Jarl Mohn.

Manuela Paz, Director of VIP Relations at The Armory Show notes, “It is an absolute privilege to herald the centennial of the original Armory Show of 1913 with such a strong, international roster of dedicated collectors. Through the enthusiasm of patrons, the spirit of the avant-garde has been able to flourish here in the United States in ways that our predecessors could have hardly imagined.”

The participation of key New York and international institutions has transformed The Armory Show into an art world destination. Several of the fair’s Cultural Partners, including the Museum of Modern Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the High Museum in Atlanta, the Montclair Art Museum and the New-York Historical Society, will be hosting centennial-themed exhibitions that examine the legacy of the 1913 Armory Show. New affiliations for the 2013 edition have been formed with Art21, CCS Bard, The Courtauld Institute, The French Institute Alliance Française, Performa, The Philadelphia Museum of Art, and The Andy Warhol Museum.

The Armory Show headlines Armory Arts Week, March 7-10, 2013. This year’s edition will be complemented by concurrent programming of the ADAA’s The Art Show, Volta NY, the fourth edition of the Independent, Moving Image, and Scope. MoMA will host the annual Armory Party, a benefit event for the museum in the Agnes Gund Lobby on Wednesday, March 6, 2013, 8pm – midnight.

This year’s VIP program highlights include tours of the private collections of Centennial Committee members such as Susan and Michael Hort, who annually open their Tribeca loft for a much anticipated collection-viewing brunch, an Artist Talk with Thomas Schütte hosted by Public Art Fund, a tour of artist Bjarne Melgaard’s Brooklyn studio, evenings of cultural programming and gallery visits in both SoHo and the Lower East Side, and private viewings at leading New York institutions including the Guggenheim Museum, the MoMA, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Morgan Library  & Museum, the New Museum, and the Neue Galerie.

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Lincoln Schatz, The Network. 2012, pigment print, 25 x 40, ed: 7
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ARMORY SHOW


March 7-10, 2013
New York, NY

Pier 94, booth 902

> Focus: USA 
LINCOLN SCHATZ: The Network
digital portraits, American Innovators

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> Armory: FILM
JANET BIGGS
Sunday, March 10th: 5-6:30pm
screening: "Fade to White" with 
NYC premier of "A Step on the Sun"

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THE ARMORY SHOW 
March 7-10, Pier 94, New York, NY

Focus USA ::::: LINCOLN SCHATZ: The Network ::::: booth 902

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CONNERSMITH is very pleased to present a solo exhibition of Lincoln Schatz’s ”The Network” at The Armory Show 2013, FOCUS USA, curated by Eric Shiner. Innovative and uniquely American, “The Network” presents a composite portrait of power and innovation in Washington, DC through generative digital art and photographs.

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NEW PARRISH ART MUSEUM TO OPEN WITH FIRST-EVER
INSTALLATION OF WORKS FROM THE PARRISH’S COLLECTION

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Skylit Galleries Showcase American Art from Mid-1800s to Present
SOUTHAMPTON, NY 5/22/2012 — The Parrish Art Museum will open the doors
to its new building in Water Mill on November 10, 2012, with installations of works
from its outstanding permanent collection on view for the first time in its 115-year
history. Ranging in date from the nineteenth century to the present, the Parrish’s
holdings include more than 2,600 paintings, sculptures, and works on paper by
many of America’s most influential artists.


The inaugural installation of the collection in the Parrish’s new building,
established in a series of skylit rooms, will focus on the leading characteristics of
the Museum’s permanent collection. Each gallery will provide a narrative framework
within which visitors can see and experience masterworks of art, organized to
convey and celebrate the story of America’s most enduring and influential artists’
colony: Eastern Long Island. The four overarching concepts that provide the
foundation for this installation are: 1) highlighting the strengths of the Museum’s
in-depth holdings; 2) exploring specific relevant themes; 3) focusing on an
individual artist and his or her studio practice; and 4) presenting a cohesive
narrative of American art, with particular attention to important movements in art
history as they have developed among this unprecedented group of artists.
Viewed as a changing portfolio rather than a fixed presentation, the
installation will begin with art from the 1970s to the present, bringing to the fore
the brightest exemplars of artists working today on the East End, including many of
the so-called Process generation such as Chuck Close, Lynda Benglis, Mary
Heilmann, Malcolm Morley, Alan Shields, Keith Sonnier, and Joe Zucker, as well as
those succeeding artists who returned to figuration, including Ross Bleckner, April
Gornik, and Donald Sultan.


A gallery dedicated to the Parrish’s strong holdings in landscape paintings will
take as its theme American Views, bringing together works by nineteenth-century
masters including William Merritt Chase, Childe Hassam, John Frederick
Twachtman, and twentieth-century practitioners including Jane Freilicher, Sheridan
Lord, and Jane Wilson.


The Parrish’s in-depth holdings of two preeminent American artists, William
Merritt Chase and Fairfield Porter, are surveyed in adjoining galleries. Chase was a
portraitist and landscape artist virtually unequaled in his day, and the gallery will
feature several masterworks as well as photographs from the Museum’s extensive
William Merritt Chase Archives. Also included will be a range of works by Porter, the
preeminent twentieth-century realist painter, who moved to Southampton in 1949.
In his writings as art critic, Porter expressed his admiration for the Abstract
Expressionists, particularly Willem de Kooning, yet maintained a steadfast figurative
vision throughout his work. Several of his paintings illuminate the inspiration he
found in the surrounding landscape of the East End and among his friends and
colleagues. As with Chase’s work, Porter’s creative approach will be framed by
archival materials, including sketchbooks and photographs. The Museum has
published a fully illustrated and highly informative book, Fairfield Porter Raw:
The Creative Process of an American Master, that will be available through the
Museum store.


Esteban Vicente: Portrait of the Artist is the first in a series of gallery
installations that will pinpoint a single artist and his studio practice. This lyrical
abstractionist arrived in America in 1936, schooled in the old world academic
tradition of his native Spain and fresh from a sojourn in the heady milieu of 1920s
Paris. Yet his openness to new influences and to new friendships, including those
with artists Jackson Pollock, Willem de Kooning, and Mark Rothko, assured his
critical role in the evolution of Abstract-Expressionist discourse in 1940s and 50s
New York. Paintings and works on paper, along with ancillary materials to further
illuminate Vicente’s life and career, will be on view.


In the Company of Friends will look at creativity and connectivity among
artists who came to prominence in the 1950s and 60s, when the response to
Abstract Expressionism took a multiplicity of forms, including Minimalism and Pop.
Works by Dan Flavin, Roy Lichtenstein, Alfonso Ossorio, Larry Rivers, and Leon Polk
Smith will be featured.


The interior Spine Galleries run the length of the exhibition space and provide
an intimate setting for viewing smaller-scaled works on paper and the opportunity
to focus in on a variety of themes. The Artist in the Studio will bring together
images that convey the nexus of creative activity in photographs of William Merritt
Chase, Fairfield Porter, and Roy Lichtenstein, among others.


In Jean-Luc Mylane the focus will be on a suite of the well-known French
photographer’s recent photographs of the Texas landscape and its avian inhabitants
that links the plein-air tradition to thoroughly contemporary practice.
The light and landscape of Eastern Long Island have drawn artists to the
region since the Long Island Railroad extended its service to Southampton in 1870.
Members of New York’s Tile Club visited Bridgehampton, East Hampton, Montauk,
Greenport, and Shelter Island in 1878, and William Merritt Chase established the
Shinnecock Hills Summer School of Art, the first school in America devoted to pleinair
painting, in 1891.


World War II saw the departure of many notable artists from Europe to the
United States, and many of these émigrés, among them Max Ernst, André Breton,
and Marcel Duchamp, visited the East End. American artists of the New York School
followed, such as Robert Motherwell, Jackson Pollock, Lee Krasner, Willem de
Kooning, and Esteban Vicente. For the past 60 years, the East End has been home
to a veritable pantheon of modern and contemporary artists, among them Fairfield
Porter, Larry Rivers, Jane Freilicher, Roy Lichtenstein, April Gornik, Cindy Sherman,
Eric Fischl, Ross Bleckner, and Dorothea Rockburne.


The Parrish’s core mission is to celebrate the art of Eastern Long Island, both
past and present, and its profound influence on the modern visual imagination. The
Museum’s holdings, which include important works by the abovementioned and
other seminal artists who have lived and worked in the region, reflect this objective.

Images, left to right:
William Merritt Chase (1849-1916), The Bayberry Bush (Chase Homestead in Shinnecock
Hills), ca. 1895. Oil on canvas, 25 1/2 x 33 1/8 inches. Parrish Art Museum, Gift of Mrs.
Robert Malcolm Littlejohn, Littlejohn Collection.


Fairfield Porter (1907-1975), Anne in a Striped Dress, 1967. Oil on canvas, 60 x 48 inches.
Parrish Art Museum, Gift of the Estate of Fairfield Porter.


Willem de Kooning (1904-1997), XXXVIII, 1983. Oil on canvas, 70 x 80 inches. Parrish Art
Museum, Museum Purchase, Ahmet and Mica Ertegun Fund, Mrs. Lawrence B. Dunham
Fund, in Memory of Lilian Haines Crittenden, and Alice Crocker Bequest Fund, and with
funds from Ambassador and Mrs. Ronald Lauder, and Ahmet and Mica Ertegun. © The
Willem de Kooning Foundation/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.


The Museum's programs are made possible, in part, with public funds from the New York
State Council on the Arts, celebrating 50 years of building strong, creative communities in
New York State's 62 counties, and the property taxpayers from the Southampton School
District and the Tuckahoe Common School District.

About the Parrish Art Museum
The Parrish Art Museum is located in Southampton, New York. Founded in 1897, the
Museum celebrates the artistic legacy of Long Island’s East End, one of America’s most vital
creative centers. Since the mid-1950s the Museum has grown from a small village art
gallery into an important art museum with a collection of more than 2,600 works of art from
the nineteenth century to the present. It includes such contemporary painters and sculptors
as John Chamberlain, Chuck Close, Eric Fischl, April Gornik, Elizabeth Peyton, as well as
such masters as Dan Flavin, Roy Lichtenstein, Jackson Pollock, Lee Krasner, and Willem de
Kooning. The Parrish houses important collections of works by the American Impressionist
William Merritt Chase and the post-war American realist Fairfield Porter. A vital cultural
resource serving a diverse audience, the Parrish organizes and presents changing
exhibitions and offers a dynamic schedule of creative and engaging public programs
including lectures, films, performances, concerts, and studio classes for all ages. On July 19,
2010, the Parrish broke ground on a new building designed by internationally acclaimed
Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron. The 34,400-square-foot facility will triple the
Museum’s current exhibition space and allow for the simultaneous presentation of loan
exhibitions and installations drawn from the permanent collection. The new building opens
November 10, 2012.

New York Art Show News Spring 2013 

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The Armory Show-Modern

Venue: Piers 92 & 94, 12thAvenue at 55thStreet

Website: http://www.thearmoryshow.com/

Dates: March 8 – 11

Daily Hours: Thursday - Saturday, 12pm-8pm; Sunday, 12pm – 7pm

 

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Venue: 7 W, 7 West 34th Street, between 5th and 6th Avenues

Website: http://www.ny.voltashow.com/

Dates: March 8 – 11

Daily Hours: Thursday, 11am-2pm (VIP Preview); Thursday, 2pm - 7pm; Friday – Sunday, 11am - 7pm

Image: huber.huber, Im Garten der Lüste, 2012, collage, varnish on paper, 9.5 x 8 inches, Courtesy WIDMER + THEODORIS contemporary, Zurich (booth 2.14)

 

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Venue: MAve Hotel, 62 Madison Avenue at 27th Street

Website: http://www.artnowfair.com/

Dates: March 8 – 11

Daily Hours: Thursday, 11am-10pm (opening reception 6pm-10pm); Friday – Saturday, 11am – 8pm; Sunday, 12pm – 6pm

 

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Website: http://www.artdealers.org/artshow.html

Dates: March 7 - 11

Daily Hours: Wednesday – Saturday, 12pm - 8pm; Sunday 12pm – 5pm

Image:  Photo by Timothy Lee Photography

 

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Venue: 69th Regiment Armory, 25th Street between Lexington and Park Avenues

Website: http://www.fountainartfair.com/

Dates: March 9 - 11

Daily Hours: Friday, 12pm-5pm (VIP/Press preview); Saturday, 12pm – 7pm; Sunday, 5pm – 7pm

 

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Website: http://www.independentnewyork.com/

Dates: March 8-11

Daily Hours: Thursday, 4pm-9pm; Friday, 11am-8pm; Saturday, 11am-8pm; Sunday 11am-4pm

 Image: B. Wurtz, Untitled, 2009
Courtesy Galerija Gregor Podnar, Berlin/Ljubljana.

 

 

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15-min-7.21.2012.jpgVenue: Waterfront New York Tunnel, 11th Avenue between 27th Street and 28th Street

Website: http://www.moving-image.info/

Dates: March 8 - 11

Daily Hours: Thursday – Saturday, 11am-8pm; Sunday, 11am – 4pm

Image: Zhao Zhao (b. 1982), “I cannot Sleep Sadly by Your Side,” 2012, Single channel video, 15:00 minutes. Courtesy the artist and Chambers Fine Art, New York / Beijing.

 

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Website: http://www.newcityartfair.com/

Dates: March 7 -11

Daily Hours: Wednesday, 11am-6pm; Thursday, 11am-9pm (opening reception 5pm – 9pm); Friday, 11am-7pm; Saturday, 11am-7pm; Sunday, 11am-5pm

Image: Shusuke Ao / eitoeiko

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animation_ny_gersh.gifVenue: Gershwin Hotel, 7 East 27th Street

Website: http://www.poolartfair.com/

Dates: March 9, 10 & 11, 2012

Daily Hours: 2pm-10pm

 

 

 

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tom_smith_10.jpgVenue: The Old School, 233 Mott Street, New York City 10012

Website: http://www.springbreakartshow.com/

Dates: March 8-11 2012

Daily Hours:12-9pm

 Image: TOM SMITH, Untitled, 2013, Curated by Gabriela Alva


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Image Above: Gagliardi Art System | Acquisto | Strings | 2012

Venue: 57th St & 12th Avenue (West Side Highway)

Website: http://www.scope-art.com/

Dates: March 7-11

Daily Hours: Wednesday, 3pm-9pm (FirstView); Thursday - Saturday, 11am-8pm; Sunday 11am-7pm

 

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May 9 - May 12, 2013

PUBLIC HOURS
Friday & Saturday, 10 - 11 May, Noon to 8 pm
Sunday, 12 May, Noon to 6 pm
Thursday, 9 May, 2013, 6:00 pm to 10pm
 
Image: Jordi Williams, "Artificial Plantlet Array," 2011.
 

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