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Message par Flo » 25 nov. 2012 01:06

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Two Fairs Artists Won't Want To Miss


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You Will Never Walk Alone Again

Radiator Gallery
10-61 Jackson Avenue, 3rd Floor
Long Island City
November 16 - December 16, 2012
Reception: Friday, November 16, 6 - 9 PM


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The Magic Flute

“The Magic Flute” A group painting exhibition
Golden Gallery, Inc.
120 Elizabeth Street - 
Lower East Side

November 9 - December 22, 2012 

Reception: Friday, November 16, 6 - 8 PM


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Alexis Duque

Get Your Art Seen In NYC


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Big Group Show on Broadway

November Global Projects: Artists at Home and Abroad
Broadway Gallery
473 Broadway, 7th Floor, New York
November 16 - December 8, 2012
Reception: Tuesday, November 20, 6-8 PM

Globalization creates unexpected relationships and contrasts in contemporary art. This series focuses on the significance of exhibiting a variety of works in a pluralistic art world. Inspired by salon-style hanging, most commonly attributed to the Salon de Paris held during the 18th and 19th centuries; Broadway Gallery NYC continues this legacy with a contemporary and fresh outlook. Following a trend of previous exhibitions at Broadway Gallery NYC, this show pays tribute to the format of a salon hanging. It is a tradition that awakens contemporary culture to a dynamic collective consciousness.

Featuring: Ulli Obrecht, Gabriele Springer, Gerald Cournoyer, Christine McDonald, Erwin Wuk, Douglas Lyell, Carolyn Heer, Masakazu Tatebayashi, Susan Karkoutly, Jeff Hoare, Claudia Unterleitner, Benno Sökeland, Javier Infantes Lopez, Carmelo Donato, Liza Mandelup, Tanya Kechichian, Novin Kasmai, and Maxine Nienow.


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Migration To NYC

Migration Art Expo 2012
United Nations General Assembly Visitors' Lobby
UN Headquarters, Visitors entrance, First Ave. at 46th St., Midtown
November 19 - November 30, 2012
Reception: Monday, November 19, 6 - 9 PM

MIGRATION ART EXPO 2012 is a travelling art show that has already passed in New York, Salvador, Búzios, Belo Horizonte and Rio de Janeiro. Back to New York, city where the project was born, the exhibition will open on Nov. 19th, at the United Nations, from 6:00 to 9:00 pm and runs until Nov. 30th.

In addition to the artists who created the MIGRATION ART EXPO 2012, Alcinda Saphira, Antonio Oliveira, Gustavo Braga, Louis Ventura and Rene Nascimento, 40 artists will participate with their works: Carlos Falchi, Flory Menezes, Luiz Sternick, Liza Papi, Junia Flavia d’Affonseca, Martha Spagnol, Marcos Amaro, Daniel Fontoura, Scylla Santos, Ilda Almeida, Isabel Amaro, Vera Hermano, Iris Alvares, Clelia Apostal, Bruno Schmidth.


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Artists Flock To NYC

Brooklyn Art Space and the Trestle Gallery want to invite you to this year's Winter Art Sale, on Friday, November 30th, located at Trestle Gallery in Brooklyn. Fifty percept of the sales go to participating artists, and the remaining fifty percent will go towards Trestle Gallery and Brooklyn Art Space programing, which provides subsidized use of spaces for emerging and mid-career artists and curators. This sale showcases 46 artists, with artwork in the form of paintings, drawings, photography, and other 2D mixed media. This is a great opportunity to get involved with the vibrant Brooklyn art community and make connections with fellow artists and art supporters!



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Problem Play

Leo Koenig, Inc.
545 West 23rd Street
Chelsea
November 20, 2012 - January 12, 2013
Reception: Tuesday, November 20, 6 - 8 PM

Eponymously titled, “Problem Play” takes its name from the 19th-century theatrical category of dramas that focused on controversial social issues. Problem plays commonly feature highly developed and morally conflicted protagonists. They are characterized by shifts between dark psychological drama and guileless comic material as well as irresolute denouements. The artworks assembled for this exhibition operate within the richly complex domain of the problem play, often employing dark humor to undermine hegemonic conventions and to expose issues of topical relevance.

Featuring: John Armleder, Lara Favaretto, Andrea Fraser, Bethan Huws, Ken Lum, Jonathan Monk, Arnold Odermatt, Pavel Pepperstein, and Ed Ruscha.



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18 Artists In Russia Tackle The Soviet Union

Saatchi Gallery
Gaiety is the Most Outstanding Feature of the Soviet Union: Art from Russia
Duke Of York's HQ King's Road, London
Opens November 21

This large survey show features 18 artists working in diverse ways across the mediums of painting, photography, sculpture and installation. Most of the artists in the exhibition, which takes its title from a speech delivered by Joseph Stalin in 1935, are young and emerging, and have rarely shown their work internationally; the exhibition will also present Boris Mikhailov’s highly acclaimed photographic project, Case History, which documents his hometown of Kharkov following the disintegration of the Soviet Union.

Featuring: Jānis Avotiņš, Daniel Bragin, Dasha Fursey, Liudmila Konstantinova, Irina Korina, Valery Koshlyakov, Daria Krotova, Boris Mikhailov, Nika Neelova, Vikenti Nilin, Gosha Ostretsov, Sergey Pakhomov, Anna Parkina, Yelena Popova, Roman Savchenko, Dasha Shishkin, Tamuna Sirbiladze and Sergei Vasiliev



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Sandy Intervines In Celebrating 40 Years of Women

The A.I.R. Gallery excitedly planned on celebrating 40 years of advocating for women in the visual arts in its 10th Biennial exhibition this December. Due to the devastation felt in New York and its surrounding areas from Hurricane Sandy, this anticipated event has been postponed to March 2013. It will be curated by Ingrid Schaffner, and feature work by thirty-six women artists. This collection of female artist are of diverse backgrounds from the United States and abroad. Until then, the A.I.R. Gallery will continue to showcase solo exhibitions of female artists.


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Thanks Give It (to Me, Baby)

NOoSPHERE
251 East Houston Street
Lower East Side
November 22 - November 22, 2012
Reception: Thursday, November 22, 8 - 11 PM

If you finish your Thanksgiving early and are hungry for another, come join N0oSphere for a shared meal and performance by Arianne Foks!

Master of Ceremonies: Michael Alan Alien

Visiting Artist Arianne Foks (born 1982) lives and works in Paris. A multidisciplinary artist, she creates performances, installations and drawings. Using building blocks such as words, colors, rhythm, architecture, partners, pop-culture, and personal mythology, Foks adapts her work to the context, space and local environment: the piece emerges as a response to what she finds on site. Walking around in unknown cities without destination, she collect images, local habits and folklore to integrate them into her work and, in the process, shapes her own identity.



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To Infinity & Beyond

The Quantum Effect, Curated by David Gibson
The Active Space 
566 Johnson Ave, Ridgewood

November 30, 2012 - January 13, 2013 

Reception: Friday, November 30, 7 - 10 PM

There are three questions that occur to anyone who looks at a work of art: What?…Why?…How? The work of art has a purpose in informing our view of the world, and perhaps, if it is successful enough, in effecting the world itself by adding a layer of meaning to what is known. “The Quantum Effect” explores the relationship between beauty, the known, and the unknown.

Featuring artists Jonathan Feldschuh, MaDora Frey, Thomas Frontini, Carter Hodgkin, Elissa Levy, Anne Arden McDonald, Alexander Reyna, Jeanne Tremel, Michael Zansky


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Miami's Latest Locals

In celebration of the tremendous creative energy of the local artist community, Miami Art Museum presents recent and newly commissioned work by approximately a dozen Miami-based artists in New Work Miami 2013. On view from November 21, 2012 through May 12, 2013, the exhibition highlights the diverse and innovative practices of Miami’s artists, featuring site-specific installations, sculpture, painting and photography. The exhibition is among the last presentations in MAM’s current facility, marking the 12-month countdown to the Museum’s reopening in fall 2013 as Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) in a new, Herzog & de Meuron-designed building in Museum Park. Miami Art Museum is located at 101 W Flagler St., Miami, FL 33130

Featuring: Gideon Barnett, Bhakti Baxter, Sinisa Kukec, Odalis Valdivieso, George Sánchez-Calderón and Tom Scicluna.



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Let The Games Begin

And the list is out. Miami Basel Week is just around the corner. NY Arts has compiled the list of fairs, notice how they've increased in number since last year. This year's event will be intense, exciting and new with emerging galleries and rosters going toe-to-toe with the big leagues.

artMRKT Miami Project
Miami River Miami River Art Fair 2012
Scope Miami Scope Miami 2012
Art Asia Fair Art Asia Miami 2012
Art Miami Art Miami 2012
Design Miami
Ink Art Fair 2012
RED DOT Fair Red Dot Miami 2012
Aqua Art Miami Aqua Art Miami 2012
Art Basel Miami Beach 2012
Fountain Art Fair Miami 2012
JustMad JUSTMAD MIA
PULSE Miami Pulse Miami 2012
The NADA Art Fair Miami 2012
Verge Art Fair Verge Art Miami Beach
Pool Art Fair Miami 2012



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Swedish Energies: Take Two

Swedish Energies
ISSUE PROJECT ROOM
At Clemente Soto Velez
107 Suffolk Street
NYC
November 30 - December 1, 2012

The second annual Swedish Energies, presented by ISSUE Project Room, EMS, and the Consulate General of Sweden NYC, is a free two-night festival featuring a huge lineup of some of Sweden’s most exciting experimental performance artists. Performances include collaborations between U.S. and Swedish artists, as well as a cross-section of Sweden's most preeminent experimental musical groups.This year’s festival showcases a range of artists working across mediums, blurring the lines between video, installation, electronic music, and dance.

Curated by Lawrence Kumpf, Mats Lindström and Joachim Nordwall.

Featuring: Anastasia Ax, Erik Bunger, Hild Sofie Tafjord, TREPANERINGSRITUALEN, The Gagman feat Aaron Dilloway, Nate Young & Joachim Nordwall, Lars Siltberg, Christine Ödlund, Mats Lindström, Vinyl Terror & Horror, JG Thirlwell, Rolf Enström, Aki Onda, and Lise-Lotte Norelius.



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Indonesia's Boundary Biennale

Biennale Jogja XI / Equator # 1, is the first in a series of five international biennales to take place in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The geographical point of reference for these Biennales is countries that are located near the equator ( 23.27º north and south of it) and the series will see Indonesia’s cultural engagement with the participating countries. Shadow Lines, the first edition, presents forty artists from Indonesia and India collaborating in the exhibition that is on view from 26 November 2011 to 8 January 2012.

Featuring: Atul Dodiya, Archana Hande, Anita Dube, Amar Kanwar, N S Harsha, Prabhavati Meppayil, Sreshta Rit Premnath, Pushpamala N, Riyaz Komu, KP Reji, Sheela Gowda, Shilpa Gupta, Sheba Chhachhi, Sakshi Gupta, Valsan Koorma Kolleri, Setu Legi, Krisna Murti, Jompet Kuswidananto, Arahmaiani, Wedhar Riyadi, Andy Dewantoro, Christine Ay Tjoe, Paul Kadarisman, Albert Yonathan, Akiq AW, Ariadhitya Pramuhendra, Iswanto Hartono, Wimo Ambala Bayang, Tromarama, Octora, Theresia Agustina, Titarubi, RE Hartanto, Nurdian Ichsan, Wiyoga Muhardanto, Erika Ernawan, Melati Suryodarmo, Made Wianta, Arya Panjalu / Sarah Nuytemans, Ruangrupa.



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CONTEXT Art Miami

CONTEXT is Miami's newest cutting-edge art fair, kicking off Miami Art Week alongside Art Miami with a VIP Private Preview on Tuesday, Dec. 4. CONTEXT Art Miami will highlight works by emerging and mid-career cutting-edge artists from 65 international galleries. The Fair will provide a marketplace consisting of excellent services, amenities, and a state-of-the-art, 45,000 square-foot infrastructure directly adjacent to Art Miami.


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Sowing the Seeds of Love

Justseeds: Sowing the Seeds of Love
Munch Gallery
245 Broome Street, New York
December 7 - December 23, 2012
Reception: Friday, December 7, 7PM

Munch Gallery is pleased to present 'Sowing the Seeds of Love,' the first group exhibition in New York City by the artist collective group Justseeds. Justseeds Artists' Cooperative is a decentralized network of 24 artists committed to making print and design work that reflects a radical social, environmental, and political stance. With members working from the U.S., Canada, and Mexico, Justseeds operated both as a unified collaboration making group works, and also as a loose collection of creative individuals with unique viewpoints and working methods.

For the exhibition, each Justseeds artist has created a unique piece specifically for Munch gallery, and all original work will be accompanied by limited edition work. The exhibition will also include a site-s[pecific collaborative mural.

Artists include: Jesus Barraza, Kevin Caplicki, Melanie Cervantes, Santiago Doesntsitstill, Alec Dunn, Molly J Fair, Thea Gahr, Nicolas Lampert, Josh MacPhee, Fernando Marti, Colin Matthes, Dylan Miner, Roger Peet, Jesse Purcell, Pete Railand, Favianna Rodriguez, Shaun Slifer, Chris Stain, Meredith Stern, Mary Tremonte, Bec Young.


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36 Cats & A Striped Pussy

A.I.R. Gallery's 10th Biennial "36 Cats and one stripe pussy"
A.I.R. Gallery
111 Front Street, Suite 228, Brooklyn
December 6, 2012 - January 5, 2013
Reception: Thursday, December 6, 6:00 PM

Throughout A.I.R gallery's history, many emerging and mid-career women artists have found a venue for showcasing new works in A.I.R's various exhibition programs, such as the Biennial. This year, the 10th Biennial: "36 Cats and one stripe pussy" is an exhibition of work by thirty-six women artists from the United States and abroad of diverse backgrounds.

In speaking about the Feminist aspect of the exhibition, the curator, Ingrid Schaffner, responds, " Is there something inherently Feminist about the juried exhibition? As a juror/curator you start with a vast number of different kinds of work submitted through an open call that is further democratized by having no names or other signifying clues as to an artist's identity, origin, or affiliation. Destabilizing and potentially productive, this process allows the curator to operate free of dominant paradigms and values. Of course the fact that all the artists in the A.I.R. Biennial are women is far less compelling than the imaginative power and politics of inclusion and disruption that continue to make Feminism such a formidable cultural force."

Curated by: Ingrid Schaffner

Artists Include: Isabel Barbuzza, Sarah Brent, Rachel Dawson, Diana Delgado, Princess Dennis, Al Denyer, Kate Donnelly, Annie Ewaskio, Louisa Flannery, Ghislaine Fremaux, Kathy Grove, Shanti Grumbine, Deborah Hamon, Cameron Harvey, Lori Hepner, Elizabeth Hoy, Heidi Lau, Sujin Lee, Leigh Leibel, Linda Levinson, Sarah Lynch, Li Ma, Choka Matsuda, Editha Mesina, Rosemary Meza-Desplas, B Milder, Gina Randazzo, Elanor Ray, Cathleen Sachse, Gyan Shrosbree, Barb Smith, Marta Spagnol, Mariko Spigner, Erica Stroller, Kelli Thompson, and Jenny Wiener.


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UNTITLED. Art

This year marks the inaugural launch of UNTITLED., a curated art fair experience to be held December 5 - 9, 2012 in Miami. UNTITLED. is an alternative to the traditional art fair model, emphasizing the quality of the viewer’s experience and the contextualization of the artworks exhibited. UNTITLED. will present a collection of international works by contemporary artists selected in collaboration with 50 galleries participating through invitation. The fair will highlight a mix of established and emerging galleries. UNTITLED. will take place in a customized beachfront pavilion in the heart of South Beach.


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New York's Paper Chase

Works on (with) Paper
511 Gallery
252 Seventh Avenue, Suite 12J
Chelsea
December 5, 2012 - January 31, 2013
Reception: Wednesday, December 5, 6 - 8 PM

511 Projects is pleased to announce the exhibition, Works on (with) Paper – drawings, etchings, screenprints, monoprints, watercolor paintings, digital prints, and book art by fifteen artists – emerging, mid-career, and established – whose work represents not only a full range of drawing instruments but also varied approaches to consideration of the basic support of the artwork itself (paper). Many of the works on view in the show illustrate a newly informed usage of paper as an important and active part of the art object: paper is seen as equal to any implement used in the making of the work.

“Anything on a surface has space behind it,” wrote Donald Judd in his article, “Specific Objects.” Judd was writing about painting and sculpture, but his assertion holds true for even the supposedly flattest surface of all, that is, paper.

511 Projects is the curatorial practice of 511 Gallery, which organizes exhibitions for museums, art centers, corporate spaces, and other venues.

Featuring: Allen Blagden, Ralston Crawford, Robert Kirschbaum, Leslie Lerner, Caitlin Masley, Joanna McClure, Jennifer Odem, Lesley Punton, Ross Racine, Susanne Ramsenthaler, Mary Reilly, Larry Rivers, Alex Schuchard, and Viviane Silvera.


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New Voices, New Comics

New Voices in Comic Art
Ouchi Gallery
170 Tillary Street
Brooklyn
December 11 - December 16, 2012
Opening Reception: Tuesday, December 11, 7 - 10 PM

New Voices in Comic Art is a new exhibit at Ouchi Gallery showing off the new talents that the comic world have to offer. Fill with the most recent graduates from the School of Visual Arts’ Cartooning Department. We will show you how the worlds of comics of the past have influenced us, shaping our creativity for the future. You will see an array of comics from action pack tales of adventure, emotionally driven stories, and some stories that just would make you laugh. If you are able to attend the Opening Reception, you will have the opportunity to meet the talented artists and interact with them.

Featuring: Joel M. Casimiro, Heather Nunnelly, Wellington Sun, Anthony Quintessenza, Michelle Peluso, Gerardo R. Casas, Lucretia Hoagland, Ryan Zalis, Tara Hayes, José, Patrick Sinnott , Edwin Reyes Jr., Vanessa Andrade, Gus Storms, Chloe G. Finore, Kelly Teaman, and Hilary Allison.


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Electric Eclectic beauties of the Glorious Nightlife

strange loop gallery
27 Orchard Street
East Village / Lower East Side
December 12, 2012 - January 10, 2013
Reception: Wednesday, December 12, 6 - 9 PM

Strange Loop Gallery asked night clubbing expert, host, and video star ‘Shane Shane’ to select 12 artists to hand a disposable camera to, to document themselves as they partake in the glorious nightlife.

A selection of these 12×27 exposures will be exhibited at the gallery, during the pop-up bookshop occupancy of The Bureau of General Services-Queer Division, which is hosted at the gallery until the end of January.

Featuring: Leo Gugu, Alberto Cortes, Ben Rosenfiled, Dusty Childers, Trey Latrash, M Lamar, Jordan Fox, Reve, Krys Fox, Stephen Boyer, Hari Nef, Jake, Max Steele, and Shane Shane


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Welcome To Miami

Verge Art Fair VIP kicks off tonight at 6pm. Launched in 2009, the fair defies convention as a unique exposition of artists and the galleries who represent them. This year Verge introduces two new initiatives for its Miami Beach edition: Light Assembly, a pilot video art, film and architecture exposition program and Art Pages, a publication in partnership with the renowned VANlist email announcement service, slated for citywide distribution during Art Basel.

PUBLIC HOURS
Friday & Saturday, 7 - 8 December, Noon to 8 pm
Sunday, 9 December, Noon to 6 pm
OPENING NIGHT PARTY - BUY TICKETS
Thursday, 6 December, 2012, 6:00 pm to 10pm
FREE ADMISSION FRI-SUN

VERGE ART MIAMI BEACH AT THE ESSEX HOUSE AND CLEVELANDER HOTELS
1001 Collins Ave. & 1020 Ocean Drive @ 10th St. (across from the Wolfsonian)


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NYC: Let's Regroup

REGROUP
Krause Gallery
149 Orchard Street
December 13 2012 - January 23, 2013

After the devastation of Sandy and the follow up of the Noreaster storm, we all need to REGROUP. Krause Gallery is happy to announce the regrouping of 8 of its artists in a winter group show. The body of work showcased is all work done after the storm.

With so many people displaced and business's being without electricity for so long, REGROUP shows that we need to pick ourselves up and get back to business. Krause Gallery will donate 25% of the total proceeds to the Sandy Relief fund.

Featuring: Jordan Eagles, Hanksy, Eric Van Straaten, David Peterson, Stephan Zirwes, Emil Alzamora, Matt Colagiuri, and Julio Brujis.


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Soho's Big Group Show

Broadway Gallery
473 Broadway 7th Floor
NY, NY 10013
December 12 – January 4, 2013
Reception: Thu, December 13. 6-8pm

Globalization creates unexpected relationships and contrasts in contemporary art. This series focuses on the significance of exhibiting a variety of works in a pluralistic art world. Inspired by salon-style hanging, most commonly attributed to the Salon de Paris held during the 18th and 19th centuries; Broadway Gallery NYC continues this legacy with a contemporary and fresh outlook. Following a trend of previous exhibitions at Broadway Gallery NYC, this show pays tribute to the format of a salon hanging. It is a tradition that awakens contemporary culture to a dynamic collective consciousness.

Featuring: Hye Ja Moon, Luisa Jacobacci, Dirk Beckedorf, Anne Lise Kaaby, Inge Mair Hailary, Joëlle Kem Lika, Alessandro Tognin, Ulli Obrecht, Charles Wilkin, Dana DeCoursey, Aimi Li, Alexandra Spechler, Samantha Cole, Ryan Rosa



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David Pappaceno

Objects In The Mirror Are Closer Than They Appear
Kravets/Wehby Gallery
521 West 21st Street
Chelsea
December 15, 2012 - January 26, 2013
Reception: Saturday, December 15, 6 - 8 PM

The Kravets/Wehby Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of objects in the mirror are closer than they appear, a group exhibition of painting and sculpture. The artists present a wide range of abstract painting and sculpture that engage with depth and perspective. David Pappaceno’s painting appropriates female figures of art history, which he then juxtaposes with his own figures and tartans. Edging of the figurative, Steve Harding manipulates his paintings by continually layering and washing away areas of paint on his canvases, calling attention simultaneously to what is present and to what is no longer there. By layering chiffon and industrial material, Deshawn Dumas, creates both a delicate and anti-utilitarian work on canvas. Emily Weiner presents a diptych of a dual image; the first is an investigation of an old masters style portrait, the other is the same image broken down into its parts. Devon Costello presents new sculpture, which uses traditional ceramic making to investigate line and color. Beginning with a gingham pattern that is typical in textiles, Cheryl Donegan, creates a fractured sense of space by forcefully interrupting the regularity of the pattern.

Curated by Mika Gellman.
Featuring: David Pappaceno, Steve Harding, Deshawn Dumas, Emily Weiner, Devon Costello, and Cheryl Donegan.



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We Came. We Saw. We Came Back

NY Arts made a splash in Miami. We published our limited edition Art Fairs Newspaper with an exclusive cover for Fountain Miami. To read the full newspaper check out the link here. Broadway Gallery had a major display at both Verge and Fountain fair with a wide range of artists on view including Aihara Misa, Ingrid Solesvik, Kristina Garon, Marcel Bastiaans, Pedro Rosario Yaba, Dinah Cross James, Wendy Cohen, Ingrid Rosas, Carlos Gigena Seeber, Jean-Marc Schwaller, Olivia Boudouma, Spyros Kolyvas, Susanne Dieroff Hay Eric Samson, Danielle Lange, Uwe Ardent, Stanka Tsonkova and Kristians Brekte to name a few.


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Evoking Sound In NYC
ALL EARS: An event on the order of listening
Agape Enterprise
56 Bogart Street, Suite 1Q, Bushwick
December 16, 2012
One Night Only
Reception: Sunday, December 16, 5 - 7 PM

It is difficult to describe sound. In one case, when we listen to someone giving a speech, we desire to understand. We are aware of silences and wait for them to signal to us. It is a listening that strives towards a present understanding that is outside of sound. In another case, when we listen to what we call music, the sound itself signifies. In the first case, sound has a tendency to disappear; in the second, sense has a propensity to move towards sound.

Instead of hearing, which most often aligns itself on the order of understanding, how can we talk about a visual sound, evoke a form that is sonorous, suggest meaning that is not altogether comprehensible? What secret is yielded, made public, when we listen to a voice, a sound, an instrument, just for itself? How can we find meaning in resonance?

Organized by Hong-An Truong in conjunction with her solo project “To Speak A Language.”
Featuring: Mary Walling Blackburn, Cathy Park Hong, Simon Leung, Christopher Myers,




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AgitPop: The Growing Occupation

AgitPOP – Curated by Anthony Haden-Guest
Guided by Invoices
558 West 21st Street, Chelsea
December 14 - December 22, 2012
Reception: Friday, December 14, 6 - 8 PM

Guided by Invoices is pleased to present AgitPOP, a group exhibition born of the growing occupation movement, curated by Anthony Haden-Guest. He describes the genesis of the show as follows:

The model of the art world as a system feeding the upper end of the luxury goods market, a one percent thing, is as sleekly potent as ever. But, thanks to the recession, ubiquitous geo-political turbulence and an ever more vertiginous wealth gap, other equally ambitious models can be discerned. And it was to my mind the double whammy of simultaneous shows of Marina Abramovic and William Kentridge at MOMA in 2010 which signaled that politics was back with a wallop.

Featuring: Betty Beaumont, Nin Brudermann, Molly Crabapple, Martha Colburn, Adam Dant, Gregory Green, Paul H-O, Narao Lazar, Liz Magic Laser, Lucia Love, Marjan Moghaddam, Alexandra Penney, Bill Plympton, James Romberger, Blake Sandberg, Stik and Ulrike Theusner.



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Go Talk To Frank

Frank!
Nov 30 - Feb 9, 2012
Rowing
London

Frank! is an exhibition of newly produced works by Francesco Pedraglio and in the second part of the show beginning 11 January, a collaboration with eight other artists (Nina Beier, Paul Becker, Alex Cecchetti, David Raymond Conroy, Chosil Kil, Marie Lund, Simon Dybbroe Møller and Robert Frank) directly or indirectly invited by Pedraglio in relation to some of the ideas underpinning the exhibition.



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Take an Art Tour from London to NYC

London Art Fair, the UK’s largest art fair for Modern British and contemporary art will return from January 16-20, 2013, with its largest-ever fair. For its 25th edition, 100 UK and international galleries will be exhibiting for the London Art Main Fair. Thirty younger galleries will feature work in the Art Projects section, which exhibits emerging contemporary artists and galleries presenting solo shows, curated group displays, and large-scale installations. Photo50, a showcase presenting 50 works of contemporary photography, will also return for its seventh year. Visitors to London Art Fair 2013 will have the opportunity to enjoy work from more than 1,000 artists in one convenient location.



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MFA's Take Over The Lower East Side

239 Days— Works from School of Visual Arts MFA Fine Arts Class of 2012
Allegra LaViola Gallery
179 East Broadway
Lower East Side
January 4 - January 12, 2013
Reception: Friday, January 4, 6 - 9 PM

Allegra LaViola Gallery and The School of Visual Arts are pleased, proud and pumped to present “239 Days: School of Visual Arts MFA Fine Arts Class of 2012,” featuring new work by recent graduates of this distinguished program.

The exhibition will occupy both levels of the gallery. Reflecting the interdisciplinary nature of SVA’s Graduate Fine Arts program, the show includes work in painting, drawing, sculpture, installation, photography, video, and sound—all of it completed within the 239-day period between the artists’ official receipt of their Master’s degree on Graduation Day and the exhibition’s January 4, 2013 opening.

Curated by Stephen Maine

Chie Araki, Nick Bakita, Victoria Batey, Eleni Beristianou, Andrew Brischler, Steven Chapman, Eli Gabriel Halpern, Herhsuan Hsieh, Elan Jurado, Eun Jung Kim, Hyun Soon Kim, Sharon Kirby, Jonas Lara, Kacie Lees, Amelia Midori Miller, Eric Mistretta, Augustus Nazzaro, David Ostro, Jenny Santos, Hee Won Seo, Kim Smith, Hunter Speagle, Miryana Todorova, Ken Wahl, Christina Wang, Rebecca Ward, James Brendan Williams




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Artists Line Up Coast To Coast

The West Coast’s largest and most comprehensive art fair returns to the Los Angeles Convention Center, and moves to the more spacious South Hall, this January 2013. Newly acquired by the Palm Beach Show Group (PBSG), the 2013 LA Art Show will build upon the concept of two distinct shows under one roof introduced at the 2012 event. A complete art experience, the 2013 fair will showcase four separate sections of work: The Modern & Contemporary Section, The Historic & Traditional Section, The Vintage Poster Section and The IFPDA Los Angeles Print Fair.

More than 50,000 visitors attended 2012 Show, which was described by NBC, Los Angeles, as an art fair that “brims with top-level talent.” The 2013 event will feature top galleries and expanded programming, including lectures, tours, special exhibits, and must-attend after parties beginning with a benefit Opening Night Premiere Party on January 23.



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To Infinity & Beyond

The ArtBridge Drawing Room is pleased to present About Space, a group exhibition featuring Joey Piziali, Hiroshi Tachibana, Matt Jones, Jason Stopa and Tatiana Berg. Working in a range of styles, these five artists offer up a variety of aesthetic approaches to infinite galactic and virtual frontiers, challenging the spatial conventions of their flat painting surfaces. Co-curated by Jason Stopa, this is to be the gallery’s first collaboration with an outside independent curator.

JANUARY 10 – APRIL 11, 2013
Opening Reception: Thursday, January 10, 6 – 8PM

Curated by Jason Stopa and Jordana Zeldin
Featuring: Tatiana Berg, Matt Jones, Joey Pizali, Jason Stopa and Hiroshi Tachibana




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The Face Is A Landscape

Show #10: Your Face is a Landscape
Field Projects
526 West 26th Street, No. 807
Chelsea
December 13, 2012 - January 26, 2013
Reception: Saturday, January 26, 6 - 8 PM

The works in this exhibition were selected by guest curators Sara Reisman and Reina Shibata from our second international Open Call. Sixteen artists were selected for Show #10 based on themes that emerged in the process of reviewing more than 400 submissions.

Featuring: Brian Scott Campbell, Evie Falci, Kentaro Fujioka, Joy Garnett, Daniel Gerwin, Hilary Irons, Catherine Lan, Diane Meyer, Christopher Roberson, Julia Schwadron, Elisabeth Smolarz, Anita Sto, Edra Soto, Malgorzata Szandala, Kirsten Kay Thoen, and Lumin Wakao.



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Let's Take A Detour This January

The Detours of the Possible
A.I.R. Gallery
111 Front Street
DUMBO
January 10 - February 3, 2013
Reception: Saturday, January 12, 5 - 8 PM

Montréal/Brooklyn is a contemporary art event built on the meeting of the two cities. Eight Brooklyn-based organizations with eight Montréal art organizations along with a combination of forty artists, are participating in this project. Grouped into pairs, institutions from each side of the border have curated exhibits where artworks from Montréal and Brooklyn-based artists truly engage with one another. The project was coneived as a round-trip between the two cities; beginning in Montréal in October 2012 and finishing in Brooklyn during January 2013. The exhibition launches Les Territoires' International Exchange program.

Featuring: Aimée Burg, Julie Côté, Véronique Ducharme, Bang-Geul Han, Minna Pöllänen, Kathleen Schneider, Barbara Siegel, Catherine Tremblay.

Curators: Saada El-Akhrass, Julie Lohnes, Marie-Josée Parent




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Know When To Fold Em...

Somewhere In The Fold
The Popular Workshop
1173 Sutter Street
San Francisco, California
January 17th, 2013.

There is a broad dialogue between publication and art object, far more complex than the straightforward union of the two into the ‘art book.’ Somewhere in the Fold is a survey of the relationship between the current state of publishing and the art practices of contemporary artists. These disciplines have converged into processes of editing and editioning, making once disparate fields singular.

The participating artists and publishers of Somewhere in the Fold approach this conversation by showing work that deliberately confuses the terms ‘publication’ and ‘art object’, while attempting to discover a place where they can exist together both in form and concept.

Featuring: Linus Bill, Glass, house, Little Big Man, Publication Studio, Ooga Booga, split/fountain, Cybele Lyle, B-B-B-Books, Anzfer Farms, Christopher Baird, Luke Fischbeck, Sarah Rara, Facundo Argañaraz, Sarah Hotchkiss, Kate Bonner, Nicolas G Miller, Hailey Loman, Aaron Finnis, Little Paper Planes, Peradam

Curated by Luca Nino Antonucci




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Big Group Show In Soho

Broadway Gallery
473 Broadway 7th Fl
NY, NY 10013
Jan 11 - Feb 3, 2013
Reception: Jan 17, 6-8PM

Globalization creates unexpected relationships and contrasts in contemporary art. This series focuses on the significance of exhibiting a variety of works in a pluralistic art world. Inspired by salon-style hanging, most commonly attributed to the Salon de Paris held during the 18th and 19th centuries; Broadway Gallery NYC continues this legacy with a contemporary and fresh outlook. Following a trend of previous exhibitions at Broadway Gallery NYC, this show pays tribute to the format of a salon hanging. It is a tradition that awakens contemporary culture to a dynamic collective consciousness.

Featuring: Sean Conlon, Atle Berner Andersen, Paul Fiore, Mitch Paster, Erin Perfect, Jensine Eckwall, Samantha Yudin



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Climb Aboard The Fair Ferry

Founded by Sanford Smith in 1993, the Outsider Art Fair has become a critical and commercial success and the leading, annual event in the field of Outsider, Self-Taught and Folk Art. Recognized for its maverick spirit, the fair played a vital role in building a passionate collecting community as crowds flocked annually to New York’s Puck Building, the event’s original site during its first 15 years.

“This is going to be the best Outsider Art Fair ever. The lineup of dealers and the new venue will make an impression people won't soon forget.” says Andrew Edlin, Owner of The Outsider Art Fair.



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